The Implementation of Group Investigation, Direct Learning and Motivation toward Learning Outcome of Pancasila and Citizenship Education (PPKn)
AbstractGroup Investigation (GI) is one of the complex methods in group learning that requires students to use high-order thinking skills. Direct Learning (DL) is one of the teaching approaches designed to support students’ learning processes related to declarative knowledge and well-structured procedural knowledge. DL can be taught by a gradual and step-by-step activity pattern. It is known that both models are related to student learning styles and learning outcomes. Learning outcome is a result of the learning process by using measurement tools, namely in the form of tests arranged in a planned manner, both written tests, oral tests, and deeds tests. This study was an experimental research. The population of the study were all class of 10th Grade from two religion-based senior high school, MA Al Khairiyah Balen and MA Muhammadiyah 1 Sumberrejo Bojonegoro, two classes from academic year of 2017/2018 in a total of 142 students. The researchers chose as sample for the experimental group was the class X of Natural Science (IPA) amounting to 36 students and the control class was the class X of Social Science (IPS) totaling 36 students. Sample selection is done by cluster sampling technique.
Keywords: Group investigation, Direct learning, Motivation, Learning outcomes
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Rohmawati, Y., Wiryokusumo, I. and Leksono, I.P. 2019. The Implementation of Group Investigation, Direct Learning and Motivation toward Learning Outcome of Pancasila and Citizenship Education (PPKn). International Journal of Educational Technology and Learning. 5, 2 (Jan. 2019), 32-39. DOI:https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.20448/2003.52.32.39.