International Journal of Multidisciplinary Education and Research

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Education and Research

ISSN: 2455-4588

Vol. 4, Issue 5 (2019)

Effectiveness of application of group investigation learning model on the subject of excretion systems based on interest in learning towards class VIII science learning outcomes in SMP Negeri 10 Manado

Author(s): Anisah Adolong, Ferny M Tumbel, Ferdy Dungus
Abstract: This study aims to determine the effectiveness of the application of group investigation learning models on the subject of excretion systems based on interest in learning towards class VIII science learning outcomes in SMP Negeri 10 Manado. The population in this study were eighth-grade students of SMP Negeri 10 Manado with a sample of 64 people, namely students in class VIII1 and VIII6. Each class was divided into high-interest groups and low-interest groups. The division of groups is determined by using interest questionnaires that have previously been tested for validity and reliability. The data taken from the research is science learning outcomes data as measured by cognitive test questions that have previously been tested for validity and reliability. Hypothesis testing was done by using a two-way analysis of variance (ANAVA) with treatment by level design. The results of this study showed (1) there were significant differences in science learning outcomes between students who were taught using an investigation group learning model and students who were taught using conventional models Fcount (4.1264) > Ftable (4.00). (2) there is an interaction between the use of the learning model and the interest of students in the learning outcomes of science Fcount (20.122) > Ftable (4.00). (3) there are significant differences in science learning outcomes between students who are taught using group investigation learning models with high interest and students who are taught using conventional learning models with interest in tcount (4.608) > ttable (1.67). (4) there are significant differences in science learning outcomes between students who are taught using a learning model of group investigation with low interest and students who are taught using conventional learning models with low interest in tcount (-1,735) < ttable (1.67).
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