EFEKTIVITAS MODEL PEMBELAJARAN KOOPERATIF TIPE PAIR CHECKS TERHADAP PRESTASI BELAJAR SISWA SMA NEGERI 1 JELIMPO KABUPATEN LANDAK
The low level of mathematics learning achievement is one of the problems that is difficult to
solve. Many factors are related to these problems, one of which is the use of appropriate learning
methods in learning. The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of mathematics
learning using the pairs checks method on mathematics learning achievement. The method used in
this study is a quantitative method with comparative studies, with a prerequisite test of the analysis
of the normality test and homogeneity test and hypothesis testing using the t-test. The results
showed that the pairing type cooperative learning model was more effective than the direct
learning model of learning achievement, it can be seen from the average value of students who
were taught using the pair checks type cooperative learning model that is 73.50 while students
who were taught with direct learning models has the average value which is 54.18. This is
reinforced by the hypothesis testing based on the ratio t_count to t_ (1-Ξ±) at a significant level of
5% or Ξ± = 0.05 indicating that t_count is greater than t_ (1-Ξ±) (1.731585> 1.67022).
Keywords: methods, pair checks, mathematics.
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