Accelerated Learning Integrated by Discovery Learning in History Course: How Z Generation Learn
Safitri, Dyah Ayu
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This research is motivated by the characteristics of middle school students who are dominated by generation Z. The purpose of this study is to find out the results of the development of the Accelerated Learning Integrated by Discovery model. This development research was adapted from Borg and Gall. The results showed that: (1) Material Validation regarding the result 89%, it can be concluded that this product is classified as very good and does not need to be revised. In other words, this product can be used in the field test. (2) The Result of Design Model Validation 83%, it can be concluded that this product is classified as very good and does not need to be revised. In other words, this product can be used in the field test. (3) Result of Media Validation 82%, it can be concluded that this product is classified as very good and does not need to be revised. In other words, this product can be used in field tests. (4) Result of Linguist Validation 70%, it can be concluded that this product is classified as Good and does not need to be revised. In other words, this product can be used in field tests. Experimental results with indicators of effectiveness, and efficiency showed 79%. It means Good. (4) There is a difference between the baseline class and the trial class. The results of the model received a learning score of 80.00 while the baseline class received scor was 68.9. Referring to the criteria of the product feasibility analysis, it is concluded that the application of the Accelerated Learning Integrated by Discovery model Good and feasible to be used of students in middle school.
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