Seminar ku (feronika artiningsih)

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Seminar ku (feronika artiningsih)

  1. 1. APPLICATION OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING MODEL TYPE STAD (STUDENTS TEAMS ACHIEVEMENT DIVISION) TO INCREASELEARNING MATH PROGRESS IN STUDENTS CLASS VIIB SMPN 1 NAPAL PUTIH By: Feronika Artiningsih A1C009018
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION
  3. 3. BACKGROUND Mathematics is indispensable in developing the basic knowledge in preparation for the life of the futureThe learning process that performed by mathematics teachers in the classroom affects the increase in student interest and learning outcomesQuality education can be improved by improving the quality of learning
  4. 4. Research QuestionHow to improve student’s cognitive learning outcomesby implementing a model of cooperative learning typeSTAD in the class VIIB SMPN 1 Napal Putih?How to improve student’s affective learning outcomesby implementing a model of cooperative learning typeSTAD in the class VIIB SMPN 1 Napal Putih?
  5. 5. PURPOSETo find out how to improve student’s cognitivelearning outcomes in the class VIIB SMPN 1 NapalPutih through the application of cooperative learningmodel type STADTo find out how to improve student’s affectivelearning outcomes in the class VIIB SMPN 1 NapalPutih through the application of cooperative learningmodel type STAD
  6. 6. Advantages of Research Theoretical Advantages, it is hoped this research can contribute to increase interest and learning outcomes in mathematics Practical Advantages,> For Researcher, as the development of knowledge andgain experience of research in learning mathematics.> For Teachers, Expected to provide an overview ofcooperative learning model type STAD in order toincrease the activity and student achievement.> For Students, Given this research, students areexpected to be more motivated to learn mathematics soas to increase the activity and student learningoutcomes.
  7. 7. TERM LIMITS•Learning or teaching is an attempt to train students. In this sense it is learningthere implicit activities to choose, establish, and develop methods to achievethe desired learning outcomes (Degeng as cited in Uno, 2008, p. 134).•Cooperative learning model type STAD is a model of cooperative learningusing small groups are heterogeneous (Trianto, 2011, p. 52).•Student activity is any activity of students in like attention, asked questionsand discussion to following the learning process.•The results of studying mathematics is the abilities students after receivingtheir learning experience. Learning outcomes in this study includes twoaspects:Cognitive learning outcomes relating to intellectual property. Cognitiveassessment is seen from the tests performed.Affective learning is student’s attitudes regarding the assessed from chargingstudent questionnaires and observation sheets.
  8. 8. Research Study LimitationThis research is only done on class VIIB SMPN 1 Napal Putih academic year 2011/2012 using a model cooperativelearning type STAD to improve student learning outcomes in the cognitive and affective.
  9. 9. STUDY LIBRARY
  10. 10. Definition of LearningLearning is a process of interaction between the stimulus (which may bethought, feeling, or movement) and response(which also can include thoughts, feeling, or movement) (Thorndike as cited in Uno, 2008, p. 7) Learning or teaching is an attempt to train students. In this sense there is implicit in the learning activities of selecting, establishing, and developing methods to achieve the desired learning outcomes (Degeng as cited in Uno, 2008, p. 134)
  11. 11. Cooperative Learning Cooperative learning structured in an effort to increase participation of students, facilitating students with leadership experience and attitude to make decisions in groups, as well as providing theopportunity for students to interact and learn together other students Trianto, 2011, p.41
  12. 12. Cooperative Learning Type STAD Cooperative learning type STAD is one type of cooperative learning model using small groups with a number of members of each group of 4-5 students areheterogeneous. Cooperative learning type STAD "begins with the delivery of learning objectives, presentation, group activities, quizzes, and awards groups" (Trianto, 2011, p.52)
  13. 13. Students Results Cognitive Learning Outcomes, relating to intellectual property consisting of six aspects of the knowledge ormemory, comprehension, application, analysis , synthesis and evaluation Affective Learning Outcomesdomain of attitudes regarding which consists of fiveaspects, namely, acceptance, participation, e valuation and determination ofattitudes, organization and establishment of lifestyle
  14. 14. Framework of Research MaterialStudents class VIIB cooperative learning model Device cooperative learningSMPN 1 Napal Putih of type STAD with type STAD STAD Stage: 1. Conveying the purpose and motivation of students 2. Present / communicate information 3. Organize the students into groups to learn 4. Guide the group work and learning 5. Evaluation 6. Reward Improved student Improved student learning activities learning outcomes
  15. 15. Alternative HypotesisWith the application of cooperative learning modelstype STAD can improve student’s cognitive learningoutcomes in class VIIB SMPN 1 Napal PutihWith the application of cooperative learning modelstype STAD can improve student’s affective learningoutcomes in class VIIB SMPN 1 Napal Putih
  16. 16. Relevant Research Research conducted Yofi Nurkaesal (2009) concluded that the learning method STAD in teaching circle can improve student achievement, the results of observation and inquiry that the application of the model STAD learning can make students more active inteaching and learning and can enhance students motivation.
  17. 17. METHODS
  18. 18. Type of Research This is a Classroom Action Research is theresearch conducted in the field of education is implemented in the classroom with the aim to repair and improve the quality of learning.
  19. 19. Research Procedures PlanningReflection CYCLE 1 Actions Observations PlanningReflection CYCLE 2 Actions Observations ?
  20. 20. Data Collection Techniques Observation Data, Obtained using observation sheets for students to know and recognize theactivities of students in the learning process The Test Sheet,The test form a task or series of tasks tobe done by the students who performed at the end of each cycle, the goal is to determine the success of learning model STAD in mathematics.
  21. 21. Data Analysis TechniquesObservation Sheet No Assessment Criteria Notation Score Value 1 Less K 1 2 Enough C 2 3 Good B 3Observation of the student activity sheet totaled 10 points ofobservation, the highest score of each point of observation is 3(three), then the highest score is: 3 x 10 = 30 and lowestscores are: 1 x 10 = 10.
  22. 22. Thus, the range of assessment scores for student observationsheet are: No Assessment Criteria Score range 1 Less 10-16 2 Enough 17-24 3 Good 24-30
  23. 23. Test1. The average value of learning outcomes Where as, x = the average student x = 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
  24. 24. Indicator of SuccessIndicators of Success Learning Cognitive Classical: if> 85% of students have completedIndicators of Success Learning Affective At least 85% of students have positive attitudes towards learning mathematics with application of type STAD cooperative learning model.
  25. 25. Thank You… 

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