Vol. 5, Issue 2 (2020)
The effect of cooperative learning models and student learning interest on mathematics learning outcomes of high school students
Author(s): Telly O Sambuaga
Abstract: The condition of teachers who do not know the individual circumstances of students, students have an interest in learning or not in Mathematics subjects can result in low student learning outcomes in Mathematics subjects. This study aims to determine the differences in student learning outcomes in Mathematics taught by cooperative learning models of the type of TPS and conventional methods viewed from the high and low student interest in learning. This type of research included in experimental research. The population of the research is the XI grade of SMA Negeri I Airmadidi, North Minahasa Regency. A sample of 72 people will be randomly drawn from the population. Data analysis using ANAVA treatment by level test. The results are expected: (1) there is a difference in Mathematics learning outcomes between cooperative learning models of TPS types and conventional learning models, (2) there is an interaction between learning models and student interest in learning, (3) there are differences in Mathematics learning outcomes between students taught using the model TPS type cooperative learning with high learning interest and students taught using conventional learning models with high learning interest (4) there is a difference in Mathematics learning outcomes between students taught using the TPS type cooperative learning model with low learning interest and students taught using conventional learning models with low learning interest.