The Influence of the Use of Cooperative Learning Models of Blog Assisted Share Assisted Type on Student Learning Outcomes
Learning will be more effective if the teacher uses a variety of learning models and learning media. However, learning at Citra Bangsa Christian Middle School shows learning activities carried outconventionally, so that applying cooperative learning models of Think Pair Share type assisted by blogs as a variation of learning that is more lively, active, creative, effective and fun.
This study aims to study the differences between Cooperative Learning Models Think Pair Share Assisted Blog type on learning outcomes. The research method uses nonequivalent control group design. The population in this study was the entire class of students of Citra Bangsa Kupang SMPK. Sampling was done by purposive sampling, namely in class VIII as an experimental group and VIII E. The instrument used was a multiple choice test and student questionnaire.
The data analysis technique used independent t-test. The results obtained by the average value of the pretest of the experimental group and the control group were 60.45 and 60. While the posttest for the experimental group and the control group was 86.13 and 80, the average percentage of the research questionnaire was 82.06%. The results of the t-test analysis of significance value of 0,000 <0.05 which means that H0 is rejected and Ha is accepted based on the hypothesis formulation criteria. The results of the study obtained conclusions from the Think Pair Share type of cooperative learning model aided by blogs on student learning outcomes,
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