. Communication skills need to be developed in the learning process. However, the learning process in schools has not yet fully implemented a learning model that develops students' communication skills. Learning in schools is still dominantly teacher-centered, there is still a lack of use of Information Technology (IT), not active, and lack of interest in learning in class. To overcome the problems raised by applying the Problem Based Learning (PBL) learning model with IT intervention. This study aims to improve the communication skills of students. The instrument used is a rubric to assess communication that has been validated by experts. Analysis of the data used is a two-way ANOVA test. The results of this study indicate that the communication skills of students in the experimental class (64.27 percent) are significantly higher than the control class (57.70 percent). It can be concluded that problem-based learning that is intervened by information technology has a positive effect on students' communication skills.