Pengaruh Strategi Pembelajaran dan Self Regulated Learning terhadap Hasil Belajar
2017  //  DOI: 10.17977/um031v4i12017p047
Yevina Maha Reni, Dedi Kuswandi, Sihkabuden Sihkabuden

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Abstract

Learning strategies include the use of approaches, methods, and techniques, forms of media, learning resources, a grouping of students, to create educational interactions between educators and students. The purpose of this study is to: (1) prove the existence of differences in learning outcomes between guided writing strategies (SMT) which are considered superior, compared to direct learning strategies (SPL); (2) used as a basis for thinking in the development of research, especially in using learning strategies to write the text of the observation report; (3) to be taken into consideration in using the right learning strategy in learning to write the text of the observation report. This study applies an experimental research design "the pretest-posttest control group design" (Emzir, 2008: 98). The results of the study showed that: (1) there were differences in learning outcomes in writing the observation report text that was taught using guided writing strategies (SMT) with students taught with direct learning strategies (SPL); (2) there is no difference in learning outcomes in writing observation report text that is shown by a group of subjects who have high self regulated learning (SRL) with a low group of subjects who have self regulated learning (SRL); (3) there is an interaction between the use of guided writing strategies (SMT) and direct learning strategies (SPL) with self regulated learning (SRL) students on learning outcomes writing text reports on observations.

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