J. J. Terry


Flexibility, Feedback, and Combinational Method in the Teaching and Learning of Rolling Exercise. This article reports on a research project looking at the relationships of combinational teach­ing method, flexibility, and feedback and the students’ achievement in learning backward roll exercise. A purposive sampling technique was used to select 96 out of 116 male students of SMP (Junior High School) Pax Christi Manado. The results show that 1) there was no interaction between combinational teaching method and flexibility in improving the students’ learning achivement, 2) there was no interac­tion between combinational teaching method and feedback in promoting the students’ learning achievement, 3) there was no interaction between flexibility and feedback in raising the students’ learn­ing achievement, 4) there were some interactions among combinational teaching method, flexibility, and feedback in ameliorating the students’ learning outcomes, 5) 4-stage combinational method had better influence on the students’ learning than that of 7-stage combinational method, 6) above-average flexibility (suppleness) resulted in better learning than below-average flexibility did, and 7) detailed feedback allowed for better students’ achievement than that of sketchy feedback.


metode kombinasi; kelentukan; umpan balik; guling belakang; pembelajaran senam lantai

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