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Sciprofile linkRandy Saputra Mahmud, Ahmad Syamsuadi, Nursakiah Nursakiah
Published: 28 May 2019
Journal of Honai Math , Volume 2, pp 37-52; doi:10.30862/jhm.v2i1.54

Abstract: The purpose of this study was to determine the activities, responses, and student learning outcomes with multi level instruction learning. Multi level instruction assignment learning strategy is a selling system adoption from multi level marketing strategy with special characteristics that there are students in first level and second level downlines and a teacher as an upline. Type of research is quasi-experimental by comparing two experimental groups. Experimental group one was given the STAD model with multi level instruction, and the other group was given regular STAD model. The research instruments used were student activity observation sheets, student response questionnaires, and learning outcomes test. The data obtained were analyzed descriptively and inferentially. The result indicates that both of them are effective to be applied in mathematic learning, but inferentially the outcomes of the experiment group one was higher than the experiment group two.
Keywords: model / outcomes / Experimental / learning / student / STAD / Inferentially / multi level instruction

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