Influence of Problem Based Learning by Using Mind Mapping Observed by the Prior Knowledge Level of Students Learning Outcomes in the Social Studies
Kurniyawati, Fitri Ekasari
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This study was aimed to determine the effect of Problem Based Learning Model by using Mind Mapping on the students' learning outcomes, the influence of the initial knowledge level on the learners' learning outcomes, and to determine the effect of Problem Based Learning Model by using Mind Mapping in terms of the level of prior knowledge of the participants' learning outcomes. This type of research was a quasi-experimental study. Determination of respondents used cluster random sampling. To test the requirements of data analysis, homogeneity and normality test, hypotheses test using One-Way-Anova and Two-Way-Anova analysis were used. The results showed that 1) there was a significant effect of the Model Problem Based Learning to use Mind Mapping to the learning outcomes of students with significance (sig.) = 0.023 <= 0,05. 2) There was a significant influence of the level of initial knowledge (high, medium, low) on students' learning outcomes i.e. (sig.) = 0,000 <a = 0.05. 3) there was a significant influence model of Problem Based Learning by using Mind Mapping in terms of the level of initial knowledge of student learning outcomes was the value of sig. = 0.007 <0.05, so the hypothesis was accepted. Whereas for the amount of initial knowledge in the category of low, medium, and high, equal to the learning outcomes of learners.
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