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    • ENHANCING STUDENT LEARNING MATH ONMASTERY LEARNING APPROACH IN SMPN 15 BENGKULU CITY Classroom Action Research PROPOSAL By NAME: FITRIA MEINI SARI NPM: A1C009020
    • A. Background The low average learning outcomes The learning approach is still too dominated by the teacher (teacher center) Teacher use of the wrong teaching methods
    • B. Limitation Problem Problems a studied focused on mastery learning thoroughly studied to improve student learning outcomes.
    • C. Problem Formulation1. How does the process of learning mathematics with mastery learning method implemented in junior high schools?2. Is there an increase in students mathematic learning outcomes during the learning through a mastery learning method?
    • D. Purpose of Research To describe the process of learning mathematics in secondary school with a complete approach to learning. To improve the results of studying mathematics in junior secondary school students during the learning process through a mastery learning approach.
    • E. Benefit of Research Theoretical Benefit  . This Research give contribute about strategy in mathematic learning . To improve result studying in mathematic learning
    • E. Benefit of Research Practical Benefit For Teacher For Student
    • For teachers of mathematicslearning can be used to conductthorough innovative andcreative learning.
    • For students, this learning processcan improve student learningoutcomes in the field mathematics.
    • F. RelevanResearch conducted by Suradi (2006) about the. Researchincreased interest through mastery learning, thismethod is able to increase interest learn, becausethrough this method students can see and observethe unpleasant process shown by the teacher,making it more powerful and imprint in the hearts ofthe students.. Research conducted Ana Rahmi B (2007) on theapplication of mastery learning in cooperativemethods concluded that through the application ofthe method this can enhance students motivation.
    • A. Review of Theory Definition of learning Learning is also an activity art to encourageHilgrad and people to do somethingBower, 1966in(Jogiyanto2006:12)
    • Step by Step Learning According to Piaget, learning consists of four steps as follows:Determining the topics to be studied by the childrenthemselvesSelect or develop classroom activities with aparticular topic.Know of any opportunity for teachers to expressquestions that support the problem solving process.Assess the implementation of each activity, considerthe success and make revisions
    • Mastery Learning Mastery learning is a learning system that expect most student can master the general instructional objectives of a unit of execution is complete.Ischak & Warji (1982)
    • Mastery Learning Approach is an instructional method, where students are allowed unlimited opportunities to demonstrate mastery of content taught. Thisis involves breaking down the subject matterto be learned into units of learning, each with its own objectives.(Wambugu,P.W & Changeiywo,Johnson M(2006-2007). Effect of Mastery Learning Approachon Secondary School Student Physics Achievement.[Electronic version] Eurasia Journal of Mathematics,Science & Technology Education, 2008, 4(3),293-302) 
    • Mastery Learning Strategy Variabel John Carroll (in Suryosubroto, 2002: 102)
    • Learning Strategy Implementation Completed in Mathematics Teaching and Learning The concepts Techniques• Develop a systematic teaching Ity of teaching based on instructional objectivesTeaching should give BRIDGE Provide a variety METHOD (Multi methodbetween students and the target such as written materials, discussions, • Adjust teaching to the target demonstrations, etc.) • Adjust instruction to studentsA. Formulate goals and purpose of the Formulate and express complete mastery level in a General Instructional Objectives concrete Instructional SpecialA. Provide appropriate aid in learning First teaching plan for complete domination • Periodically monitor student learning • Correcting learning difficulties after emergingA. Give time to learn the proper First teaching plan for complete domination • Quantity • QualityA. Vary how and how long each student is Teaching for complete mastery given a lesson according to your exitA. Arrange according to the level of Order Standard Mastery ability to complete mastery Completed (mastery level)A. Perform Evaluation Realignment of the teaching plan
    • B. Action Research Hypothesis Reflection on the literature review can be formulated as the following hypothesis : "If the learning of mathematics by applying a mastery learning approach done with right by teacher, will improve learning outcomes"  
    • A. Type of Research Type of research from this proposal is : ACTIONHopkins in Rochiati RESEARCHWiriatmadja(2006:11) PROPOSAL Action researach proposal is a procedure that combines research with action research subtantif, substantive, an attempt to understand what the research indicated a class act with continuous improvement in order to reach the of research them.
    • B. Data Collection Tehniques
    • C. The Research Instrument
    • D. Data Analysis Techniques Observation Sheet Assessme Score No Notation nt Criteria Value 1 Less K 1 2 Enough C 2 3 Good B 3Observation of the student activity sheet totaled 10points of observation, the highest score of each pointof observation is 3 (three), then the highest score is:3 x 10 = 30 and lowest scores are: 1 x 10 = 10.
    • AssessmentNo Score range Criteria1 Less 10-162 Enough 17-243 Good 24-30
    • Test1. The average value of learning outcomes Where as, = the average student = number of student score N = number of students2. Criteria students completed Students said completed in study if they have value minimum is 70.3. Completeness in the classical learning
    • E. Indicator of Success Indicators of Success Learning : If >75% of students were able to obtain a minimum value of 70. Thus the data analysis step is carried out in action since the actions implemented.