EFFECTS OF LEARNING CYCLE 5E WITH PROBLEM POSING ON POLYHEDRON VIEWED FROM THE MATHEMATICS LEARNING MOTIVATION

Agus Setiawan (2016) Effects Of Learning Cycle 5e With Problem Posing On Polyhedron Viewed From The Mathematics Learning Motivation

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ABSTRACT

The objective of this research was investigating the effect of learning models on mathematics achievement viewed from the mathematics learning motivation . This research used the quasi experimental research with the factorial design of 2 x 3. The sample of this research is 62 students in Grade VIII of Junior Secondary Schools Roudlot ul Tholibin. The instruments used to gather the data of the research were test of learning achievement in Mathematics and questionnaire of Mathematics learning motivation of the students the proposed hypotheses of the research were tested by using the two - way analysis of variance with unbalanced cells. The results of the research are students instructed with the Learning Cycle 5E model with the problem posing have a better learning achievement in Mathematics than those instructed with the Learning Cycle 5E model and the direct learning model.

Keywords : Learning Cycle 5E, Problem Posing, and Mathematics Learning Motivation

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