Effectiveness Of Using Scramble Learning Models On Motivation And The Students’ Learning Outcomes In Teaching The Nervous System Of Human

Sri Purwanti Hidayati

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Effectiveness of using Scramble Learning Model on Motivation and Student Learning Outcomes in Learning Science on Nervous System Material in Human Class IX D Kaliangkrik 2 Junior High School Magelang. The purpose of this study was to analyze whether the use of the Scramble Learning Model can improve motivation and learning outcomes of grade IX students of Kaliangkrik 2 Junior High School. The method used in this research is the experimental method. The form of research that researchers use in this research is Pretest-Posttest Control Group design. Based on the analysis of the data obtained the results of the average final test (post-test) control class 57.39 and the average final test (post-test) experimental class 75.77. From the calculation of the average similarity test between the pretest of the control group and the experimental group, the p-value > 0.05 means that Accept H0 means that there is no average difference between the pretest of the control group and the experimental group. In calculating the average posttest obtained p-value ˂ 0.05 means that Accept Ha means that there is a difference in average between the posttest of the control group and the experimental group. And in the calculation of the average motivation of the control group with the experimental group obtained p-value ˂ 0.05 means Accept Ha which means there is a difference in motivation between the control group and the experimental group. This means that the use of the Scramble learning model has a significant effect on the motivation and learning outcomes of science on the subject matter of the nervous system in humans.

Keywords: effectiveness, scramble learning model, learning motivation, learning outcome


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