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EKSPERIMENTASI MODEL PEMBELAJARAN THINK TALK WRITE (TTW) DAN NUMBERED HEAD TOGETHER (NHT) TERHADAP PRESTASI BELAJAR MATEMATIKA DITINJAU DARI KONSEP DIRI BELAJAR MATEMATIKA SISWA DI SMP NEGERI E-KABUPATEN BLORA Kusumaningtyas, Yekti Putri; Kusmayadi, Tri Atmojo; Riyadi, Riyadi
Jurnal Pembelajaran Matematika Vol 2, No 2 (2014): Pembelajaran Matematika
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Abstract: This research aimed to find out: (1) which one is better among learning models of Think Talk Write (TTW), Numbered Head Together (NHT) or conventional one in giving mathematics learning achievement, (2) which one is better among students’ levels of self concept, students having high, medium or low self concept in giving mathematics learning achievement. (3) in each learning model, which one is better among students’ levels of self concept in having mathematics learning achievement and (4) in each level of self concept, which one is better among Think Talk Write (TTW), Numbered Head Together (NHT) or conventional model in giving mathematics learning achievement. This research was the quasi-experimental research with 3×3 factorial design. The population of research was all students of Junior High School (SMP) in Blora. The samples were chosen by using stratified cluster random sampling. The samples were 309 students; consist of 105 students in the first experimental class, 105 in the second experimental class, and 99 students in control class. The instruments used to collect the data were the test of mathematics achievement and questionnaire of self concept. Pre-requisite tests were used Lilliefors method for normality test and Bartlett method for homogeneity test. After examining the data, it showed that the data had same variance and they were in normal distribution. Prior knowledge data are examined by using one-way ANOVA with unbalanced cells. It showed that three classes had balance prior knowledge. Meanwhile, the technique of analyzing the data was two-ways ANOVA with unbalanced cells. The result of research showed that: (1) Think Talk Write (TTW) and Numbered Head Together (NHT) learning models had better achievement than conventional model, Think Talk Write (TTW) and Numbered Head Together (NHT) learning models had the same mathematics achievement, (2) the students having high self concept had better learning achievement than those having medium and low self concept, the students having medium and low self concept had the same mathematics learning achievement, (3) in each learning model: the students having high self concept had better learning achievement than those having medium and low self concept, the students having medium and low self concept had the same mathematics learning achievement, (4) in each level of self concept: Think Talk Write (TTW) and Numbered Head Together (NHT) model better learning achievement than conventional model, Think Talk Write (TTW) and Numbered Head Together (NHT) model had the same good mathematics learning achievement.Keywords: Think Talk Write (TTW), Numbered Head Together (NHT), mathematics learning achievement, and self concept.
PENINGKATAN PENGENALAN KETERAMPILAN BERBICARA MELALUI MODEL PEMBELAJARAN KOOPERATIF TEKNIK KANCING GEMERINCING PADA ANAK KELOMPOK B TK PEMBINA CAWAS SEMESTER II TAHUN PELAJARAN 2011/2012 Susanti, Erni; Riyadi, Riyadi; Yulianti, Yulianti
Kumara Cendekia Vol 1, No 1 (2013): Kumara Cendekia
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PENGEMBANGAN PERANGKAT PEMBELAJARAN BERBASIS MASALAH (PROBLEM BASED LEARNING) DENGAN PENDEKATAN ILMIAH (SCIENTIFIC APPROACH) PADA MATERI SEGITIGA KELAS VII SMP SE-KABUPATEN KARANGANYAR TAHUN PELAJARAN 2013/2014 Yuniarti, Titik; Riyadi, Riyadi; Subanti, Sri
Jurnal Pembelajaran Matematika Vol 2, No 9 (2014): Pembelajaran Matematika
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Absrtact: The aims of this research were: (1) to describe the Problem Based Learning process with using of  the valid and practical scientific approach to the main subject of  triangle for the VII degree of junior high school, (2) to describe the effectiveness of Problem Based Learning tools by using scientific approach which had been developed. This research run in two phases. The first phase was the process of the development of learning tools used 4-D model. This model consisted of four phases namely, (1) defined phase, (2) designed phase, (3) developed  phase, and (4) disseminated phase. The second phase was the test of the effectiveness of the learning tools that has been developed using experiment method. The population was the students of the VII degree of Tasikmadu junior high school. The sampling was conducted randomly, the one was as the experiment class and the other was as control class. The results of this research were as follows. (1) The development of the learning tools conducted was valid and practical because the equipment that was developed based on the strong rational theory, it had internal consistency, and the learning equipment implicated in the learning process, (2) This learning used Problem Based Learning process with the scientific approach was better than the direct learning. Keywords: Development of learning, problem based learning, scientific approach
EFEKTIVITAS MODEL PEMBELAJARAN KOOPERATIF TIPE NUMBERED HEADS TOGETHER (NHT) DENGAN PENDEKATAN OPEN-ENDED PADA PEMBELAJARAN MATEMATIKA DITINJAU DARI ADVERSITY QUOTIENTS (AQ) SISWA SMA NEGERI DI KOTA MATARAM Azizah, Eka Nur; Usodo, Budi; Riyadi, Riyadi
Jurnal Pembelajaran Matematika Vol 1, No 3 (2013): Pembelajaran Matematika
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Abstract:The objectives of this research are to investigate: (1) which of the cooperative learning model of NHT type with open-ended approach, the cooperative learning models of NHTtype, and the model of conventional results in a better learning achievement in mathematics of the students; (2) which of the types of climbers, the campers, and the quittersresults in a better learning achievement in mathematics; (3) for each category of AQ of the students, which one results in better achievement in mathematics, cooperative learning model of NHT type with open-ended approach, the cooperative learning model of NHTtype, and the model of conventional; and (4) for each learning model, which one results in better achievement in mathematics, students who have climbers type, campers, or quitters.The type of this research was a quasi-experimental with research design which used factorial 3 x 3.The population of this research was the first grade (Class Ten) of Senior High Schools in Mataram. The sample of this research was 9 classes consisted of 3 experimental classes I, 3 experimental classes II, and 3 control classes. This research used stratified cluster random sampling technique.The results of the research are as follows: (1) the cooperative learning models of NHT type with open-ended approach results in a better students’ mathematics learning achievement than cooperative learning model of NHTand the model of conventional, and the cooperative learning model of NHTtype results in a better students’ mathematics learning achievement than the model of conventional; (2) students’ mathematics learning achievementwith the climbers type of learning gives the same mathematics achievement as the campers type, students’ mathematics learning achievement with the campers type of learning gives the same mathematics achievement as the quitters type, and students’ mathematics learning achievement with the climbers type of learning results in a better achievement than the learning achievement of the students with the quitters type; (3) for each category of AQ of the students (climbers, campers, and quitters), cooperative learning model of NHT type with open-ended approach results in a better students’ mathematics learning achievement than cooperative learning model of NHTand the model of conventional, and the cooperative learning model of NHTtype results in a better students’ mathematics learning achievement than conventional type; (4) for each learning model (NHT type with open-ended approach, NHT type, and conventional), students’ mathematics learning achievement with the climbers type of learning gives the same mathematics achievement as the campers type, and students’ mathematics learning achievement with the campers type of learning gives the same mathematics achievement as the quitters type, and students’ mathematics learning achievement with the climbers type of learning results in a better achievement than students’ mathematics learning achievement with the quitters type.Keywords: Learning model,NHT, open-ended approach, conventional, mathematic’s learning achievement.
EKSPERIMENTASI MODEL PEMBELAJARAN KOOPERATIF TIPE THINK PAIR SHARE (TPS) DENGAN PENDEKATAN REALISTIC MATHEMATICS EDUCATION (RME) DITINJAU DARI GAYA BELAJAR SISWA KELAS VIII SMP/MTs DI KABUPATEN SRAGEN Nyoto, Nyoto; Usodo, Budi; Riyadi, Riyadi
Jurnal Pembelajaran Matematika Vol 3, No 5 (2015): Pembelajaran Matematika
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Abstract: The objectives of this research were to investigate: (1) which one had a better mathematics achievement, students instructed with the cooperative learning of Think Pair Share (TPS) type with Realistic Mathematics Education (RME) approach, the cooperative learning of TPS type, or the direct learning model; (2) which one had a better mathematics achievement, students who had visual learning style, auditorial learning style, or kinesthetic learning style; (3) on each type of learning model, which one had a better mathematics achievement, students who had visual learning style, auditorial learning style, or kinesthetic learning style; (4) on each learning style, which one had a better mathematics achievement, students instructed with the cooperative learning of TPS type with Realistic Mathematics Education approach, the cooperative learning of TPS type, or the direct learning model. This research was quasi experimental with 3×3 factorial design. The population was all students of the grade VIII State Junior High Schools/Islamic State Junior Secondary School in Sragen Regency. Sampling was done by stratified cluster random sampling technique. The sample consisted of 308 students. The instrument used to collect data was mathematics achievement test and questionnaire of students learning style. Balance test used unbalanced one way analysis of variance. The hypothesis test used unbalanced two ways analysis of variance at the significance level of 0,05. Based on hypothesis test, it can be concluded as follows. (1) Students intructed with the cooperative learning model of TPS type with RME approach had the same mathematics achievement as students intructed with the cooperative learning model of TPS type. Students intructed with the cooperative learning model of TPS type with RME approach and the cooperative learning model of TPS type had better mathematics achievement than students intructed with the direct learning model. (2) Students with visual learning style had the same mathematics achievement as students with auditorial learning style. Students with visual learning style had better mathematics achievement than student with kinesthetic learning style, and students with auditorial learning style had the same mathematics achievement as students with kinesthetic learning style. (3) On the cooperative learning model of TPS type with RME approach, the cooperative learning model of TPS type, and the direct learning model, students with visual learning style had the same mathematics achievement as students with auditorial learning style. Students with visual learning style had better mathematics achievement than student with kinesthetic learning style, and students with auditorial learning style had the same mathematics achievement as students with kinesthetic learning style. (4) On students with visual learning style, auditorial learning style, and kinesthetic learning style, students intructed with the cooperative learning model of TPS type with RME approach had the same mathematics achievement as students intructed with the cooperative learning model of TPS type. Students intructed with the cooperative learning model of TPS type with RME approach and the cooperative learning model of TPS type had better mathematics achievement than students intructed with the direct learning model.Keywords: TPS, RME, students learning style
EKSPERIMENTASI MODEL PEMBELAJARAN KOOPERATIF TIPE JIGSAW DAN TEAMS GAMES TOURNAMENT (TGT) PADA MATERI KUBUS DAN BALOK DITINJAU DARI KEMAMPUAN PENALARAN MATEMATIKA PESERTA DIDIK SMP NEGERI KELAS VIII SE-KOTA METRO Rosyidah, Ummi; Kusmayadi, Tri Atmojo; Riyadi, Riyadi
Jurnal Pembelajaran Matematika Vol 3, No 6 (2015): Pembelajaran Matematika
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Abstract: The objectives of the research were to find out: (1) which one providing better mathematics learning achievement the cooperative learning model of the jigsaw type, TGT or direct learning model, (2) in the student mathematical reasoning abilities, which one having better mathematics learning achievement, the students with the high, moderate or low mathematical reasoning abilities, (3) in each learning models (jigsaw, TGT or direct learning model) which one providing better mathematics learning achievement, the students with the high, moderate or low mathematical reasoning abilities, (4) in each student mathematical reasoning abilities (high, moderate, or low) which one providing better mathematics learning achievement, the cooperative learning model of the jigsaw type, TGT, and the direct learning model. This research used the quasi experimental research. Its population was all of the students in Grade VIII of State Junior Secondary Schools in Metro City. The samples of the research were taken by using the stratified cluster random sampling technique and consisted of 243 students. The instruments to collect the data were test of Mathematics learning achievement and test of achievement in mathematical reasoning abilities. Technique of analyzing data that used was unbalanced two way analysis of variance. The results of the research were as follows. 1) The cooperative learning model of the jigsaw type results better Mathematics learning achievement than the cooperative learning model of the TGT type and the direct learning model, the cooperative learning model of the TGT type results better learning achievement in Mathematics than the direct learning model. 2) The students with the high mathematical reasoning abilities have better learning achievement in Mathematics than those with the moderate mathematical reasoning abilities and those with the low mathematical reasoning abilities, the students with the moderate mathematical reasoning abilities have better learning achievement in Mathematics than those with the low mathematical reasoning abilities. 3) In the cooperative learning model of the jigsaw type and TGT, the students with the high mathematical reasoning abilities have same achievement in Mathematics as those with the moderate mathematical reasoning abilities and those with the low mathematical reasoning abilities. In the direct learning model, the students with the high mathematical reasoning abilities have  better learning achievement in Mathematics than those with the low mathematical reasoning abilities. 4) In each of the mathematical reasoning abilities of students which are high and moderate, the cooperative learning model of the jigsaw type results same learning achievement in Mathematics as the cooperative learning model of the TGT type and the direct learning model. In addition, in the low mathematical reasoning abilities, the cooperative learning model of the jigsaw type results better learning achievement in Mathematics than the direct learning model.Keywords: Jigsaw, TGT, Direct Learning, and Mathematical Reasoning Abilities
DARI TOLERANSI KULINER HINGGA POLITIS: PROSES INKULTURASI TIONGHOA MENJADI JAWA MASYARAKAT TIONGHOA BALONG SURAKARTA PARUH KEDUA ABAD XX Riyadi, Riyadi
Candi Vol 7, No 1 (2014)
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This article is an attempt to explore the social history of Chinese community in Kampong Balong Surakarta in the social interaction with Javanese in the second half of twentieth century. This article is based on that the history of lower-class Chinese community is generally entrapped in two things: generalization of majority Chinese or forgotten in the history. The problem of research is that there is a series of natural processes to become Javanese proceeding among the Chinese, as well as there is always harmony relationship between those two ethnics along the history.Social change is caused by the mixed marriage with the Javanese or other ethnics as well as the acceptance of assimilation policy during New Order time. This series of changes show the process ?of becoming Javanese?, despite the Chinese culture revival in the twentieth century, along with the governmental policy at that time. Keywords: Chinese ethnic, Social Life, Kampong Balong Surakarta
REKAYASA KEPEMIMPINAN DALAM BIROKRASI: SUATU PARADIGMA MEMBENTUK PERILAKU BIROKRASI Riyadi, Riyadi
Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi: Media Pengembangan Ilmu dan Praktek Administrasi Vol 5, No 3 (2008): Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi
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The common negative phenomenon among leaders within bureaucratic context is usually in the form of the lack of understanding of the organization?s goals. The leaders tend to get bogged down on routine activities; as a result, they are unable to develop an innovative model for their jobs. Patrimonialism and patron-client culture have become fossilized among bureaucratic leaders. In addition, like and dislike still plays a role in the personnel promotion process. Feudalistic, otoriarian, and undemocratic leadership definitely influences the bureaucratic behaviours. To overcome those problems, a measure to improve leadership quality needs to be taken in the form of leadership engineering based upon the model of professional work cultures. Deploying this model is expected to be able to convert bureaucratic mindset towards reward system rather than just punishment one. In other words, the ability to construct a more humanistic relation for both internal and external circumstances, is the key factor to sucessful leadership as well as the ability tomotivate their teams.
REALISTIC MATHEMATICS EDUCATION IN COOPERATIVE LEARNING VIEWED FROM LEARNING ACTIVITY Ardiyani, Shila Majid; Gunarhadi, Gunarhadi; Riyadi, Riyadi
Journal on Mathematics Education Vol 9, No 2 (2018)
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This study aimed at searching the different effect of Student Teams Achievement Division (STAD) and Think Pair Share (TPS) types of cooperative learning models with Realistic Mathematics Education (RME) approach on the students? learning outcome viewed from students? learning activity. The observation, interview, questionnaires, and tests were used to obtain the data which were then analyzed using two-way ANOVA. The result of research showed that: (1) STAD with RME approach provides better learning outcome than TPS with RME approach does; (2) the students with high learning activities have mathematics learning outcome better than those with medium and low learning activities; and (3) there is no interaction between the model of teaching and learning activities students to the results of the students?  mathematics learning.
PROSES BERPIKIR SISWA SMP DALAM MENYELESAIKAN MASALAH MATEMATIKA BERDASARKAN LANGKAH-LANGKAH POLYA DITINJAU DARIADVERSITY QUOTIENT Widyastuti, Rany; Usodo, Budi; Riyadi, Riyadi
Jurnal Pembelajaran Matematika Vol 1, No 3 (2013): Pembelajaran Matematika
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Abstract: The aims of this research are to describe the thinking process of junior high school students with type of climber, camper, and quitter in solving mathematics problems based on Polya’s rule. This was a qualitative descriptive research. The subjects of this research were taken by using a combined technique of stratified sampling and purposive sampling. The subjects of this research were three 9th grade student of SMP Negeri 1 Jaten Karanganyar regency, which consists of astudent with climber’s type, a student with camper’s type, and a student with quitter’s type. The data collection in this research was conducted through questionnaires and task-based interview technique whichwereused in the subject matter of two variable linear equation system.Thedata validationtechnique used triangulationof time andreferences. The data was analyzed by usingMiles and Huberman’s concept, that was data’s reduction, data’s presentation, and conclusion. The result of this research showed that (1) climber’s student used assimilation thinking process in understanding the problem, devising a plan, carrying out the plan, and looking back the answer, (2) camper’s student used assimilation thinking process in understanding the problem, carrying out the plan, and looking back the answer, student used assimilation and accomodation thinking process in devising a plan, and (3) quitter’s student used imperfection assimilation and accomodation thinking process in understanding the problem, student didn’t use assimilation and accomodation thinking process in devising a plan, carrying out the plan, and looking back the answer.Keywords: thinking process, problem solving, Polya’s rule, Adversity Quotient (AQ)
Co-Authors Abdul Aziz Hidayat Abdul Razak Abi Fadila Adeyanto, Rizki Ahmad Ahmad Aji Permana Putra Alhabsyi, Fadhel Abdullah Ali Fakhrudin, Ali Alloni, Kevin Yudhistira Anasiru, R.H. Andriawan Nurcahyo, Andriawan Anita Dewi Utami, Anita Dewi Anna Setyowati Ardiantoro, Gigih Ardiyani, Shila Majid Ardiyani, Shila Majid Ari Suningsih Arief, Sigit S. Arifa Apriliana, Arifa Arinta Rara Kirana Ariska Yuliana Putri Armansyah, Yanuar Arsa’ad Kurniadi Arum Dwi Rahmawati Dwi Rahmawati, Arum Dwi Rahmawati Dwi Arum Dwi Rahmawati, Arum Dwi Asih Miatun, Asih Asy’ari Asy’ari Atmojo, I.R. Widianto Aulia Musla Mustika Budi Usodo Budiyono Budiyono Burhan Mustaqim Devi Larasati Dewantara, Rizky Yudhi Dewi Kurniasari, Dewi Dewi Retno Sari Saputro Dewi, Lenny Puspita Dewi, Yasinta Putri Djumaliningsih, Nosa Putri Dwi Yuni Pramugarini Dwiani Listya Kartika, Dwiani Listya E.P.U, Moertiningsih Edi Irawan Eka Nur Azizah Endah Asmarawati, Endah Endah Wulantina, Endah Endang Siti Astuti Endang Sri Handayani Erni Susanti Ersam Mahendrawan Farah Heniati Santosa, Farah Heniati Farouk, Umar Firmansyah, I.U. Fitri Andika Nurussafa’at, Fitri Andika Fitriani, Nur Syarifah Gatut Iswahyudi Gunarhadi Gunarhadi, Gunarhadi Guritno Ari Wibowo Hadi Mulyono Hanafiah, Anis Hartono Hartono Hasan Mahfud Hasyim, Fatchun Herlambang, Mustika Hidayat Bahktiar, Hidayat Hidayat, Edisut Taufik Hidayatulloh Hidayatulloh Imam Sujadi Irma Ayuwanti, Irma Irnistisia, Firna Isnaeni Umi Machromah, Isnaeni Umi Iwan Hermawan Jeany Maria Fatima, Jeany Maria Juitaning Mustika, Juitaning Kertahadi Kertahadi Khairunnisa, Eka Agustina Kuncara, Adi Wahyu Latif, Ikhsan Abdul Lina Utami, Lina Luthfiana Mirati, Luthfiana Maghfiroh Yanuarti Mania Roswitha Mardiyana Mardiyana Mariyati, Yuni Miftachudin Miftachudin, Miftachudin Muhammad Aqil Muhammad Gazali Mulyadi Mulyadi Mulyaningrum Lestari, Mulyaningrum Nina Nurmasari Nok Yeni Heryaningsih, Nok Yeni Noor Hidayati Nuraini Muhassanah Nurul Amalia K W Nyoto Nyoto, Nyoto Panglipur Yekti, Sherly Mayfana Patrisius Afrisno Udil, Patrisius Afrisno Permatasari, Berti Dyah Pratama, Riska Widya Priatmoko, Digky Bima Puji Ayuni Purwati Purwati Putra, Wahyu Dwi Rachmanti, Aulia Rany Widyastuti Rima Aksen Cahdriyana Rina Kurniawati Rizki Yudhi Dewantara, Rizki Yudhi Sajidan Sajidan Satriya Nugroho, Chrismantya Dwi Senny Widyaningsih Sigit Pamungkas Sigit Rimbatmojo, Sigit Siti Komsatun Siti Mutmainah Sofia Hapsari, Alfonsa Maria Sri Hartati Ningsih Sri Marmoah Sri Subanti Sri, Yamtinah Sudiyanto Sudiyanto Sugihardjo Sugihardjo Suharmanto Suharmanto, Suharmanto Sulaiman Sulaiman Sumanah Sumanah Suryanjani, Samsi Susilawati, Dyah Syarifah, Triana Jamilatus T A Kusmayadi, T A Tanti Listiani, Tanti Tarmo, Tarmo Titik Yuniarti Tri Atmojo Kusmayadi Tri Silaningsih Triyanto Triyanto Tunggu Biyarti Twiningsih, Anik Ulfa Masamah, Ulfa Ummi Rosyidah, Ummi V Kartikaningtyas, V Veramita, Iis Dian Via Yustitia, Via Vivi Fenty Anggraeny Wahyu Prihatiningrum Wahyumiarti Wahyumiarti, Wahyumiarti Wardi, Musfiatul Widodo Widodo Yekti Putri Kusumaningtyas Yulianti Yulianti Zara Mertiana RZ