Tri Wijayanto, Bambang (2007) *PENGARUH PENGGUNAAN PENDEKATAN FLOW TERHADAP PRESTASI BELAJAR MATEMATIKA DITINJAU DARI PERSEPSI SISWA PADA SMA NEGERI KABUPATEN SUKOHARJO.* Masters thesis, Universitas Sebelas Maret Surakarta.

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## Abstract

This research has done to the third year students, Social Program of state Senior High School of Sukoharjo Regency. This research’s goals are to know: (1) Whether there is or not influence of learning method with flow approach to the achievement of mathematics learning. (2) Whether there is or not influence of students learning perception to the achievement of mathematics learning. (3) Whether there is or not interaction learning approach and students perception to mathematics achievement study. This research is a quasi-experiment with the 2x3 factorial design. These research’s population are the third year students, Social Program of state Senior High School of Sukoharjo Regency which has the total number of approximately 720 students. The sample itself has taken with stratified cluster random sampling and obtained the state Senior High School 3 Sukoharjo and the state Senior High School Mojolaban as the experiment group, the state Senior High School 1 Sukoharjo and the state Senior High School Polokarto as control group. The Whole number of sample are 220 students. The tool to collect data is the questionnaire students perception to the mathematics subject and test of mathematics achievement learning with linear program as the topic discussion. Before the test and questionnaire are used, the researcher is doing a try out test first to know the validity and reliability items of test. For the validity of the items test of the students‘s perception to mathematics questionnaire it is used content validity which has been researched between blueprint items test and psychologist’s items test. For the reliability of the items test questionnaire students perception to mathematics the researcher is used the Cronbach Alpha’s formula. For the validity of the try out achievement learning items test is used the content validity that has been researched harmony of both blueprint items test and tested by the mathematics expert. For the reliability of the try out of mathematics achievement learning test the researcher uses Richardson’s formula. The result of the reliability of the try out test was the coefficient of the reliability of the students learning perception questionnaire is 0.9501 (so high) and the coefficient of the reliability of the learning achievement test is 0.7252 (high). The hypothesis of the test uses two-way Anava with the different cell frequency with the five percent significance level. Before doing the hypotesis the researcher does the test of the ruler of the test such as test of normality, homogeneity, and independency. From the result of normality test it is obtained that the sample come from normal distribution population, for homogeneity test it is obtained that all variance were homogenous and from the independence test it is obtained that independence learning approach with the students perception to mathematics subject. From the research’s result, it can be concluded that: (1) The students who has been given the flow approach learning have better achievement than the students who has been given the conventional approach learning. (2) The students who have high perception to the mathematics subject have better achievement than the students who have medium perception, and the students who have medium perception to the mathematics subject have better achievement than the students who have low perception (3) There’s an interaction between the use of learning approach and students level perception to the mathematics subject

Item Type: | Thesis (Masters) |
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Subjects: | Q Science > QA Mathematics |

Divisions: | Pasca Sarjana > Magister Pasca Sarjana > Magister > Pendidikan Matematika - S2 |

Depositing User: | Users 836 not found. |

Date Deposited: | 17 Jul 2013 20:12 |

Last Modified: | 17 Jul 2013 20:12 |

URI: | https://eprints.uns.ac.id/id/eprint/5814 |

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