Keefektifan Problem Solving Dan Guided Inquiry Dalam Setting TAI Ditinjau Dari Prestasi Belajar, Kemampuan Berpikir Kritis, Dan Kedisiplinan Diri

Hesti Setianingsih
Journal article Jurnal Riset Pendidikan Matematika • November 2016

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Abstract

This study aims to describe the effectiveness and compare the effectiveness of problem solving in team assisted individualization (TAI) setting with guided inquiry in TAI setting viewed from the students' learning achievement, critical thinking skills, and self-discipline. The research population comprised all Class VII students, consisting of 9 classes of SMP Negeri 1 Lebaksiu. From the population, two groups (classes), class VII H and class VII I, were selected randomly as the research class sample. Class VII H was treated with the approach of learning problem solving in TAI setting, while class VII I was treated with the guided inquiry in TAI setting. The data were analyzed using one sample t-test, MANOVA with T2 Hotteling's and then continued by t-Benferroni test to determine which the approach of learning is more effective. The results of study show that the approaches of learning problem solving in TAI setting and guided inquiry in TAI setting are both effective viewed from students' learning achievement, critical thinking skills, and self-discipline, and the approach of learning guided inquiry in TAI setting is more effective than problem solving in TAI setting in terms of each aspect.

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Jurnal Riset Pendidikan Matematika

Jurnal Riset Pendidikan Matematika (JRPM) is a scientific journal in the field of mathematics edu... see more