PERBANDINGAN MODEL PEMBELAJARAN PBL DAN DI TERHADAP HASIL BELAJAR SERVIS ATAS BOLA VOLI PADA PESERTA DIDIK DI SMA

Irvan Irvan, Mimi Haetami, Fitriana Puspa Hidasari

Abstract


Abstract
The problem in this research is whether the Problem Based Learning
model of learning can have a better influence than the Direct Instruction
learning model, on the ability to service on volleyball, in class XI Islamic
High School Pontianak Pontianak. In accordance with the objectives of the
study, this study uses quasi-expremental experimental research. Pseudoexperiments are defined as experiments that have treatments, impact
measurements, experimental units but do not use random assignments to
create comparisons in order to conclude changes caused by treatment
refinement or improvement of learning processes and practices. The
subjects in this study were 62 students in grade XI of Pontianak City
Islamic High School. This research technique uses a lattice instrument
measuring instrument learning outcomes for volleyball. Data analysis uses
quantitative data. The results of this study indicate that there are
differences in learning outcomes of service on volleyball with problem
based learning and Direct Instruction learning models in class XI students
of Islamic Islamiyah in Pontianak. This is evidenced by an increase in
service skills for volleyball which is quite good, in the problem-based
learning group, the results of calculations with an average post-test score
of 31.96 and the direct instruction group of 28.69. Conclusions based on
the results of the research and discussion in the previous chapter, the
general conclusion in this study is that there are differences in learning
outcomes between the direct instruction learning model and problem based
learning on the ability to service the XI grade students in Pontianak
Islamic High School in Pontianak.


Keywords : , Comparison of Problem Based Learning, Direct Instruction, Learning Outcomes, Volleyball Service


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