Proceedings of the 3rd Annual International Seminar on Transformative Education and Educational Leadership (AISTEEL 2018)

Development of Learning Devices Based on Problems with Metacognition Approach to Improve the Capacity of the Problem Mathematic Students SMK Kesehatan Haji Sumut

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Asmanto Purba, E. Elvis Napitupulu
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Asmanto Purba
Available Online December 2018.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/aisteel-18.2018.99How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Teaching materials, problem based learning models, and problem solving skills
Abstract
This study aims to determine: 1) the effectiveness of the learning process by using teaching materials based on problem-based learning model with metacognition approach, and improvement of problem solving ability of students by using the developed teaching materials. Subjects in this study were students of class XI Analyst and XI Pharmacy SMK Haji Sumut as many as 28 people and the object of this study is to see the effectiveness of the learning process undertaken. Instruments used consisted of student activity observation sheets, teacher capacity observation sheets, student response questionnaires and problem solving skills tests. Teaching materials were developed ie RPP, teacher manuals, student books, and LAS that have met the level of validity, where the respective values are 4.05; 4.17; 4.18; and 4.03 as well as for the problem-solving test with the reliability coefficient for posttest of 0.911. Based on the data obtained from the experiments on the teaching materials, it is known that: 1) the instructional material developed has been able to fulfill the effectiveness of the learning process, where: (a) the student activity level has met the ideal time tolerance limit by utilizing the good LAS in learning on test I (b) the ability of the teacher (NKG) in the test I of 2.96 and the test II of 3.38, (c) the student's response to the teaching materials and the learning process has been positive in both trial I and trial II, (d) the percentage of learning mastery at the time of posttest has reached the minimum thoroughness, that is 82.00% of students get more than 2.66 (B-); 2) there is an increase in problem solving ability of students from posttest I and posttest II, ie from score 70.50 to be 82.00.
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