Experimentation Cooperative Learning Student Team Achievement Division (STAD) Type Viewed From Learning Motivation
Keywords:mathematics achievement, Student Team Achievement Division (STAD), conventional, learning motivation
Need a way for students to love math, learning models have only focused upon the teacher to make students passive in understanding mathematics. Student Team Achievement Division (STAD) cooperative learning model is expected to provide better learning outcomes. This study is a quasi-experimental study. The study population was all students of class VIII SMP in Surakarta. Sampling was a stratified cluster random sampling. Sample size for this study was 186 students. Data collection method used is the method of documentation, questionnaire method, and the method of testing. There is a preliminary test with the balance test using the t test, and as a prerequisite t test is the test of normality with Lilliefor's test, and the test of homogeneity with Bartlett's test. Techniques of data analysis in this study using two-way Analysis of Variance with unequal cells, a prerequisite analysis using Lilliefor's test for normality test, homogeneity using Bartlett's test, with a significance level (Î±) = 5%. The result of Student Team Achievement Division (STAD) models provides better learning outcomes than conventional learning models on motivation high, medium or low.
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