PENGARUH STRATEGI PEMBELAJARAN KOOPERATIF TIPE STAD ( STUDENT TEAM ACHIEVEMENT DIVISION ) DAN JIGSAW TERHADAP PRESTASI BELAJAR PENDIDIKAN KEWARGANEGARAAN DITINJAU DARI MINAT BELAJAR SISWA SMP NEGERI DI KECAMATAN NGAWI

BHAKTI, AHMAD HARIS (2010) PENGARUH STRATEGI PEMBELAJARAN KOOPERATIF TIPE STAD ( STUDENT TEAM ACHIEVEMENT DIVISION ) DAN JIGSAW TERHADAP PRESTASI BELAJAR PENDIDIKAN KEWARGANEGARAAN DITINJAU DARI MINAT BELAJAR SISWA SMP NEGERI DI KECAMATAN NGAWI. PhD thesis, Universitas Sebelas Maret.

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    Ahmad Haris Bhakti (S810108201). The Influence of STAD type (Student Team Achievement Division) Cooperative Learning Strategy and Jigsaw to the Citizenship Education Study Achievement based on State Junior High School Student's Motivation in Kecamatan Ngawi. Thesis.Surakarta; The Study of Education Technology Program. Pascasarjana Program. Sebelas Maret University of Surakarta. May 2009. This research purposes are to know: (1) the significant influence differentiation between STAD type of Cooperative Learning Strategy Usage and Jigsaw Type Usage to the Achievement of Citizenship Education Study (2) the significant influence differentiation of Citizenship Education Study's Achievement on students who have high learning motivated and low learning motivated (3) the significant influence interaction between learning strategy and student's motivation to the achievement on citizenship education study. This research uses Experiment Method with factorial design 2x2. This research population is Junior High School student in Kecamatan Ngawi Kabupaten Ngawi. Sampling Technique uses purposive cluster random sampling. This research sample consists of 80 students. The instrument which is used for collecting data is Learning Achievement Test, Objective and Questionnaire, to know the students' learning motivation. Validity and reliability test is held to recognize the accuracy and validity of the test. The validity used is content validity and the number of the test. For testing the number of the task uses Product Moment Correlation from Pearson and its reliability uses divide into two formulas from Spearman Brown. For testing learning motivation questionnaire validity uses Product Moment Correlation formula from Pearson and its reliability uses Alpha Cronbach formula. Analysis technique uses Varians Analisys (ANAVA) on significant level a = 0, 05. Data analysis shows: first, there is a significant influence differentiation between the Usage of STAD type learning, Cooperative Strategy and Jigsaw type to the Achievement of Citizenship Education Study (Fo = 6,009 > Fo,o5 = 3,97). In this case the students' achievement on Citizenship Education Study is better by using STAD type cooperative learning strategy than Jigsaw type cooperative learning strategy in students' teaching-learning process; second, there is a significant influence differentiation on the achievement of citizenship education study between students who have high learning motivation and low learning motivation (Fo = 37,372 > 3,97). In this case the students' high learning motivated has better achievement than students' low learning motivated on citizenship education study; third, there is no significant influence interaction between learning Strategy and Student’s Learning Motivation to the Achievement of Citizenship Education Study (Fo = 0,782 < F0.05 = 3,97. Based on the research result above, the researcher gives some suggestion as follow: first, to rise up the Citizenship Education Study's Achievement, teacher is suggested to use STAD type cooperative learning strategy; second, to choose and apply cooperative learning strategy, teacher is suggested to consider students' learning motivation.

    Item Type: Thesis (PhD)
    Subjects: T Technology > T Technology (General)
    Divisions: Pasca Sarjana > Magister > Teknologi Pendidikan
    Depositing User: Isro'iyatul Mubarokah
    Date Deposited: 15 Jul 2013 17:34
    Last Modified: 15 Jul 2013 17:34
    URI: https://eprints.uns.ac.id/id/eprint/4613

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