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Contoh persembahan kajian tindakan
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Contoh persembahan kajian tindakan
Contoh persembahan kajian tindakan
Contoh persembahan kajian tindakan
Contoh persembahan kajian tindakan
Contoh persembahan kajian tindakan
Contoh persembahan kajian tindakan
Contoh persembahan kajian tindakan
Contoh persembahan kajian tindakan
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  • 1. REWARDS GIVING AND ITS EFFECTON STUDENTS’ MOTIVATIONIN LEARNING MATHEMATICSAnas Bin SurayINSTITUT PENDIDIKAN GURU KAMPUS TUANKU BAINUN,MENGKUANG, 14000 BUKIT MERTAJAM,PULAU PINANG
  • 2. INTRODUCTIONEFFECTIVECLASSROOMMOTIVATIONMOTIVATIONALTOOL•An internal power whicharouses, directs andcontrols the humaninterest and behavior.• Positive learningenvironmentRewards GivingWoolfolk, 1990
  • 3. CONCERNSDo not enjoy mathematics• Have strong dislike and anxiety• A subject to be faced in examinationCause problems in classroom• Inattention• Indiscipline• UncooperativeEffects on mathematics subject• Teacher: T&L process• Students: Achievement in mathematics
  • 4. Research Objectives/Questions1)2)3)• Motivation in learningmathematics process• Control students’discipline• Cooperate with eachother in group activities
  • 5. REWARDS GIVINGIs there anybody who doesnt feel happy when given a gift orbeing rewarded?Reinforce goodperformance andgood behaviorMore motivatedto follow the T&LprocessFeel like beingloved andappreciatedEnhance intrinsicallyand extrinsicallymotivationTHE ACTION
  • 6. RESEARCH PROCEDURES1) PLAN2) ACT3)MONITOR4)EVALUATE5)REFLECTPreliminary surveyProblems: No motivationStrategy: Rewards Giving2 lessons:without reward2 lessons:with rewardsVideotapingQuestionnaireInterviewGraph, tableTable, SPSSTranscribe into table formIdentified thelimitationsRecommendations
  • 7. TARGET GROUPYear 540students20 boys and20 girls
  • 8. DATA COLLECTION METHODSVideotaping• Standingcamera• Lessonswithoutreward• LessonswithrewardsQuestionnaire• 6 self-constructedquestions• 40 studentsInterview• 8 self-constructedquestions• 12 students
  • 9. FINDING 1 : MOTIVATIONVideotapingInterviewQuestionnaireA) Participation• Pay attention• ActiveB) Joyful• Happiness• Appreciated• 97.5% of the studentslike mathematics• 92.5% of the studentsfeel motivated• Happy & proud• Honour for their group• Glad to have the reward• Good achievement
  • 10. FINDING 2 : DisciplineVideotapingInterviewQuestionnaire• 92.5% of thestudents followedthe instructionsgiven• Role of groupleader• Smooth activities• Good discipline• Well-behaved
  • 11. FINDING 3 : CooperationVideotapingInterviewQuestionnaire• Game time• Track record• Level of cooperation• Triggered cooperation• Task accomplished• 95% of the studentscooperated with theirgroup members• Spirit of cooperation• Interesting and fun• Easier to understandthe content
  • 12. CONCLUSIONREWARDSGIVINGIncrease students’motivation in learningmathematicsAs a tool tocontrolstudents’disciplineStudentscooperate witheach other ingroup activities
  • 13. FURTHERACTIONSPRAISINGREDTICKETSREWARDCHART• Words: good, very clever, excellent• Make them feel like beingappreciated by others• Group• Cooperation• Benchmark (points)• Stickers• Rewards – end of semester• Individually• Participation• Red Tickets• Write name on the ticket (jar)• Rewards – every week
  • 14. THANK YOU
  • 15. 0510152025303540455 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60NO.OFSTUDENTSMINUTESDISCIPLINELessonswithoutrewardsLessons withrewards
  • 16. 05101520253035405 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60NO.OFSTUDENTSMINUTESCOOPERATIONLessonswithoutrewardsLessonswithrewards

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