STUDI KOMPARASI ANTARA MODELPEMBELAJARAN KOOPERATIF JIGSAW DAN STUDENT TEAMS ACHIEVEMENT DIVISIONS(STAD) PADA MATERI LOGIKA MATEMATIKA TERHADAP PRESTASI BELAJAR MATEMATIKA DITINJAU DARI MOTIVASI BELAJAR SISWA SMA DI KOTA KUDUS

Srihono, (2009) STUDI KOMPARASI ANTARA MODELPEMBELAJARAN KOOPERATIF JIGSAW DAN STUDENT TEAMS ACHIEVEMENT DIVISIONS(STAD) PADA MATERI LOGIKA MATEMATIKA TERHADAP PRESTASI BELAJAR MATEMATIKA DITINJAU DARI MOTIVASI BELAJAR SISWA SMA DI KOTA KUDUS. Masters thesis, Universitas Sebelas Maret.

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    Abstract

    This research objective is to acknowledge : (1) whether the students who attend Mathematics subjects using jigsaw learning model have better achievement in mathematics compare to those attend the Mathematics Student Teams Achievement Divisions (STAD) model; (2) Whethertherethe difference among the student achievement at the vary motivation level; (3)whether the interaction between cooperative Jigsaw learning model and STAD learning model with the student’s motivation. This research is an quasi experimental researchwith a factorial design of 2 x 3. The population of the researchis students in Grade X of Seniorhigh schools in second semester in the academic year of 2008/2009 in Kudus district. The samples were taken with stratified random sampling technique in SMA 1 Mejobo, SMA 1 Bae and SMA 2 Bae Kudus in the second semester in academic year 2008/2009, from Februaryto April 2009 by talking two classesfrom each school randomly. The instruments to collect data were questionnaire of student’s motivation and test of learning achievement in mathematics with the topic of discussion of logical in the form of multiple choices. Prior to their use, the instruments were tested at the student’s of SMA Muhammadiyah Kudus. The achievement test of mathematics on logic the test includes validity, reliability, difficulty index, and different index. The reliability of questionnaire of student’s motivation tested by using a KR-20 method on the achievement test resulted 0.81. Whereas the reliability of test of learning achievement test resulted 0.71. Hypothesis of the research was tested by using a two-way analysis of variant (ANOVA) with an unequal cell at the significance level of 5%. Beforehand, pre-requisite test were establisted. The test included balance test by test using t average test, normality test is by Lilliefors test, and homogeneity test by using Bartlett test. The result of the pre-requisite test were as follows; the learning achievementin mathematics among the students instructed with Jigsaw model and STAD model was balanced; the samples are in normal population distribution; and the samples taken from homogenous populations. The results of the analysis by using a two-way Analysis of Variantwith an unequal cell indicate that; (1) There is no differences of student’s achievement cooperative Jigsaw learning model with cooperative STAD learning model (Fa = 2.66 with the value of Ftabel = 3.84); (2) The students with high, moderate, and low motivations have a significantly different learning achievement in mathematics (Fb= 59.351 with the value of Ftabel = 3.00). Based on the results of the multiple comparative test show that the learning achievement of the high student’s motivation is better than whose middle or lower ones. The learning achievement of the middle student’s motivation is better than whose lower ones.(F.1-.2 = 63.49 ; F.1-.3 =9.93 ; F.2-.3 = 34.24 with the value of Ftabel = 6.00); (3) There is no difference of mathematics student’slearning achievement between the students in high, moderate and low motivation for each learning model “(Fab= 0.48 with the value Ftabel= 3.00)

    Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
    Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
    Q Science > QA Mathematics
    Divisions: Pasca Sarjana > Magister
    Pasca Sarjana > Magister > Pendidikan Matematika - S2
    Depositing User: Andika Setiawan
    Date Deposited: 22 Jul 2013 22:10
    Last Modified: 22 Jul 2013 22:10
    URI: https://eprints.uns.ac.id/id/eprint/8270

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