Learning achievement of extroverted students in algebraic operations by tutorial learning: A single subject research

Sri Adi WIDODO, Desi Diana Sari, Samsul Maarif, Dafid S Setiana, Krisna S Perbowo

Abstract


The purpose of this study is to improve the learning achievement of extroverted students on algebraic operations using the tutorial method. This type of research is a single subject with AB design. The research subjects were selected based on a purposive sampling technique with the help of KTS in selecting extrovert subjects. Data collection techniques using observation and test methods. Observation is used to observe and record all behavior of extrovert subjects during the study. The tests in this study were KTS and learning achievement tests. KTS is used to determine subjects with an extroverted temperament while learning achievement tests are used to determine the ability of extrovert students to solve algebraic operation questions at the junior high school level. The results showed that the tutorial method had a positive effect on extrovert student learning achievement in algebraic operation material. This can be seen from the results of the analysis in conditions and between conditions which show that the intervention condition has a better tendency when compared to the baseline condition to the intervention. Besides that, the mean level obtained at the baseline is 50 and increases in the intervention condition with a mean level of 88.5.

Keywords


Extroverted; Tutorial Learning; Achievement; Single Subject Research

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