Pembelajaran Berbasis Masalah Untuk Meningkatkan Kreativitas Dan Pemahaman Konsep Peserta Didik Pada Materi Alat-Alat Optik Kelas XI SMA Negeri 1 Taebenu Kab. Kupang Tahun Ajaran 2018/2019

BERE, Aprianus T. (2019) Pembelajaran Berbasis Masalah Untuk Meningkatkan Kreativitas Dan Pemahaman Konsep Peserta Didik Pada Materi Alat-Alat Optik Kelas XI SMA Negeri 1 Taebenu Kab. Kupang Tahun Ajaran 2018/2019. Diploma thesis, Universitas Katolik Widya Mandira.

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Abstract

The main objective in this study is to find out: 1). What is the ability of the teacher to manage learning by using the Problem Based Learning model in the subjects of class XI optical instruments Taebenu High School District. Kupang, 2). Is there a difference in increasing the creativity of students in learning Physics on the material of optical devices of class XI Taebenu High School District. Kupang by using the Problem Based Learning and conventional learning models (lectures), 3). Is there a difference in improving the understanding of the concepts of students in learning Physics on the material of optical devices of class XI Taebenu High School District. Kupang uses the Problem Based Learning model and conventional learning (lecture). The population in this study was grade XI Taebenu High School District. Kupang. The study sample consisted of two classes namely, class XI MIPA 3 as a control group of 20 students, and class XI MIPA 2 as an experimental class of 20 students. The research method used was Quasi experiment with the form of Nonequivalent (Pretest and Posttest) Control Group Design. Data collection techniques are carried out using: observation and test techniques. While the assessment of instruments in order to test the ability of the instrument is done by testing the validity and reliability test, using the help of Ms Excel The data analysis technique of this study is descriptive analysis by calculating the average value, and percentage, proportion and inferential analysis for testing data normality, homogeneity of data and hypothesis testing using manova test with the help of SPSS 21. Based on the results of the descriptive analysis of the research data it is said that the use of the problem-based learning model is optimal for the material of optical instruments in class XI students of SMA 1 Taebenu District Kupang which numbered 20 people In detail as follows: The ability of teachers to manage learning activities by applying a contextual approach which includes: Learning Planning, Implementation of Learning and Evaluation Learning is included in the good category. Based on the results of hypothesis testing by obtaining a significance value of <0.05 in the two research hypotheses showed that there were differences in the increase in creativity of experimental class students using the higher Problem Based learning method compared to the control class using conventional methods (lectures). learning can improve student creativity better than conventional learning. There is a difference in the increase in understanding of experimental class concepts using the Problem Based learning method is higher than the control class that uses conventional methods (lectures). The use of Problem Based Learning methods can improve understanding of students' concepts better than Conventional learning.

Item Type: Thesis (Diploma)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Problem Based Learning Model, Creativity and Concept Understanding
Subjects: L Education > LB Theory and practice of education
L Education > LB Theory and practice of education > LB1603 Secondary Education. High schools
Q Science > QC Physics
Divisions: Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan > Program Studi Pendidikan Fisika
Depositing User: S.Ptk Dami Damianus
Date Deposited: 20 Nov 2019 03:26
Last Modified: 20 Nov 2019 03:26
URI: http://repository.unwira.ac.id/id/eprint/851

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