International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education

The influence of learning model and learning independence on mathematics learning outcomes by controlling students' early ability
  • Article Type: Research Article
  • International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 2017 - Volume 12 Issue 3, pp. 689-708
  • Published Online: 31 Oct 2017
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Abstract

The aims of this research are; (1)Differences in mathematics learning outcomes of students learning with  reciprocal teaching and student facilitator and explaining, (2)The effect of interaction between learning model and learning independence on mathematics learning outcomes in students, (3)Differences in student learning outcomes that have high learning independence by learning model reciprocal teaching and student facilitator and explaining, (4)Differences in learning outcomes of students who have low learning independence who learn with reciprocal teaching and learning with student facilitator and explaining. The research method used is experimental method. The result of hypothesis, (1)testing shows that H0 is rejected, (2)testing shows that H0 is rejected, (3)testing shows that H0 is rejected, (4)testing shows that H0 is rejected.

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