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Arie Purwa Kusuma , Nurina Kurniasari Rahmawati, Fredi Ganda Putra, Santi Widyawati
Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Volume 1467; doi:10.1088/1742-6596/1467/1/012065

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This study aims to find out between TPS, TTW, or PBI learning models thatprovide the best learning outcomes. The research method used is quasi experimental. The data analysis technique used is the one-way variance analysis of equivalent cells. Based on the hypothetical test, it is obtained that Fobserved > Fcritical (4.12 > 3.114) which means H0 is rejected. It can be concluded that the students'mathematics learning outcomes based on the application of TPS, TTW, and PBI learning models are not the same. Itcan be seen from the average score of each model that is 72.60 for TPS, 78.45 for TTW, and 65.19 for PBI. It appears that the average scoreof the TTW model is the highest among the rest, and the average score of the TPS model is higher than the PBI model. It can be said that the TTW model provides better mathematics learning outcomes than the TPS and the PBI model and the TPS model provides better mathematics learning outcomes than the PBI model. In short, the TTW Learning model is the most effective to be used in learning the circle material.
Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Volume 1157; doi:10.1088/1742-6596/1157/3/032024

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This study aims to determine the effectiveness of the RMS model (reading, mind mapping and sharing) in the school laboratory course on student learning outcomes. This study is quasi-experiment. The sampling technique was done through saturated sampling technique. The population, as well as the sample in this research, were 13 students of semester 2 in Jurusan Pendidikan Fisika Universitas Papua which contract the course of the school laboratory even semester 2017-2018. To measure and know the student learning outcomes conducted tests using multiple choice questions amounted to 50 questions. The result of the analysis showed that there was a significant difference in the average of student learning outcomes before and after learning using the RMS model evidenced by the acquisition of sig.
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