Results Increasing Student Learning Through The Use of Biology Learning Model Cooperative Think Pair Share (TPS) The Student Class XI IPA SMA Negeri 5 Makassar

Wiwik Wiji Astuti(1*), Ismail Ismail(2), Musyafar Musyafar(3),

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Abstract


This research is a research class actions that aims to improve the students learning biology class XI IPA SMA Negeri 5 Makassar through the use of cooperative learning TPS. The subject of this research is the students’ class XI IPA SMA Negeri 5 Makassar even semester 2008/2009 year lessons as much as 32 students. Investigation of the factors is a cooperative learning model TPS, activities, results and study biology students. Implementation research consists of two cycles. Engineering data collection, namely to study the activity contains a number of indicators in accordance with the observation activities syntax TPS cooperative learning model that analyzed the quantitative and qualitative, while the results of data obtained from the value of learning tasks and the value of the test study analyzed the results of descriptive statistics. The observed activity results shows that students learn in general was increasing from cycle I to cycle II on each indicator to study the activity observed. The statistical analysis of the results of descriptive biology students study shows the average value for the students in the cycle that I 77,04. The frequency of students who obtain good grades in all categories, namely 18.75%, good categories, namely 81.25%, enough categories, less and failure is 0%. In the second cycle obtained by the average value of students is 81.07. The frequency of students who obtain good grades in all categories, namely 71.88%, good categories, namely 28,12%, enough categories, less and failure is 0%. In general, it was increasing the value of biological study of Cycle I to Cycle II Class XI students IPA SMA Negeri 5 Makassar on the concept of food digestion system.

 Keywords: Cooperative TPS, Activity, Students Learning

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