Kemampuan Siswa dalam Memecahkan Masalah Momen Gaya melalui Pembelajaran Berbasis Masalah

Dios Sarkity, Lia Yuliati, Arif Hidayat

Abstract


The research aims to know the effect of problem based learning on students’ skill in solving torque problems. The research method is Mixed Method with embedded experimental design model. Research subjects consist of 32 students of SMA Negeri 1 Pekanbaru. Data were collected through pretest and posttest using test, questionnaire, and interview. The result of N-Gain score shows that the improvement of students’ skill in solving torque problems is in high category and the result of d-cohen effect size is in strong category. This result shows that problem-based learning can improve students' skill in solving torque problems.

Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk mengetahui pengaruh pembelajaran berbasis masalah terhadap kemampuan siswa dalam memecahkan masalah momen gaya. Metode penelitian ini adalah Mixed Method dengan model embedded experimental design. Subjek penelitian terdiri atas 32 siswa SMA Negeri 1 Pekanbaru. Data dikumpulkan melalui pretest dan posttest menggunakan tes, kuesioner, dan wawancara. Hasil perhitungan N-Gain score menunjukkan adanya peningkatan kemampuan siswa dalam memecahkan momen gaya dalam kategori tinggi dan hasil perhitungan d-cohen effect size dalam kategori kuat. Hasil ini menunjukkan pembelajaran berbasis masalah dapat meningkatkan kemampuan siswa dalam memecahkan masalah momen gaya.


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problem solving skill; torque; problem based learning; kemampuan pemecahan masalah; momen gaya; pembelajaran berbasis masalah

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