Student learning was motivated by various student learning styles in the classroom which made it difficult for teachers to identify learning strategies. The purpose of this study is to identify learning styles using a valid and practical expert system tool. Expert system application designed to help teachers to identify learning styles for students to determine the right strategies that can be used by teachers in teaching. The design of this study uses Borg and Gall development research methods. This type of data consists of primary data when data is obtained directly from the source, namely schools, teachers, experts and students. Data analysis techniques, namely descriptive techniques, describe the validity and practicality of the tools developed. The results obtained from this study are tools that will be used to study learning styles. Based on the results of this study, it can be concluded that the expert system developed is valid and practical to determine student learning styles. The results of this study can be used by teachers in the development of learning media for better learning. Teachers can use appropriate teaching methods based on student learning styles, which can bring benefits and understanding of student learning.
Expert system, research and development, learning style, validity, practicality