THE 3 ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON TRANSFORMATIVE EDUCATION
Supported and Coordinated by:
State University of Medan
North Sumatera, Indonesia
Indexing By :
Emerald Garden Hotel, Medan - Indonesia
03-04 October 2018
Vol. 3, December 2018
Vol. 3, December 2018
Proceedings of The 3rd
Annual International Seminar on
Education, Learning, and Leadership Innovation
Emerald Garden Hotel, Medan City, North Sumatera, Indonesia
October 3-4, 2018
Dr. Juniastel Rajagukguk, M.Si (State University of Medan, Unimed)
Dr. Saronom Silaban, M.Pd (State University of Medan, Unimed)
International Advisory Board / Scientific Committee
Prof. Dr. Kala Saravanamuthu (University of Newcastle, Australia)
Prof. Arjen EJ Wals (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)
Prof. Dr. Bornok Sinaga, M.Pd (Unimed, Indonesia)
Prof. Dr. Aytekin Isman (Sakarya University, Turkey)
Prof. Peter Charles Taylor, Ph.D., Med., B.Sc., Dip.Ed (Murdoch University, Australia)
Prof. Dr. Mukhlas Samani, Ph.D (Indonesia)
Prof. Dr. Jailani bin Md. Yunos (University Tun Hussein on Malaysia)
Prof. Dr. Nurahimah Mohd. Yusuf (UTM, Malaysia)
Assoc. Prof. Dr Pedro Isaias (University of Queensland, Australia)
Assoc. Prof. Elisabeth Taylor, Ph.D (Murdoch University, Australia)
Dr. Bambang Sumintono, M.Ed (Universiti Malaya, Malaysia)
Dr. Isma Widyaty, M.Pd (UPI, Indonesia)
Prof. Dr. Syahrul R, M.Pd (UNP, Indonesia)
Prof. Amrin Saragih, MA., Ph.D (Unimed, Indonesia)
Assoc. Prof. Ade Gafar Abdullah, M.Si (Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia)
Eng. Asep Bayu Dani Nandiyanto (Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia)
Prof. Dr. Hartono, M.Pd (Universitas Negeri Semarang)
Proceedings of the 3rd
Annual International Seminar on Transformative Education
and Educational Leadership (AISTEEL 2018)
Annual International Seminar on Transformative Education and Educational Leadership
(AISTEEL 2018) was held in Emerald Garden Hotel, Medan City-Indonesia on 3-4 October 2018.
This seminar is organized by Postgraduate School, Univesitas Negeri Medan and become a routine
agenda at Postgraduate program of Unimed now.
The AISTEEL is realized this year with various presenters, lecturers, researchers and students from
universities both in and out of Indonesia participating in, the seminar with
Learning and Leadership Innovation.”
The plenary speakers coming from various provinces in Indonesia have been present topics covering
multi disciplines. They have contributed many inspiring inputs on current trending educational
research topics all over the world. The expectation is that all potential lecturers and students have
shared their research findings for improving their teaching process and quality, and leadership.
The third AISTEEL presents a keynote speaker and 4 distinguised invited speakers from Australia,
Singapore, Taiwan, and Malaysia. In addition, presenters come from various Government and Private
Universities, Institutions, Academy, and Schools. Some of them are those who have sat and will sit in
the oral defence examination.
There are 326 articles submitted to committee, some of which are presented orally in parallel sessions,
and others are presented through posters. The articles have been reviewed by double blind reviewer
and 198 of them were accepted for published by Atlantis Press indexed by International Indexation.
Meanwhile 83 papers were published in online International Proceedings indexed by Google Scholar.
The Committees of AISTEEL invest great efforts in reviewing the papers submitted to the
conference and organizing the sessions to enable the participants to gain maximum benefit.
Grateful thanks to all of members of The 3rd Annual International Seminar on Transformative
Education and Educational Leadership (AISTEEL 2018) for their outstanding contributions. Thanks
also given to Universitas Negeri Medan for published this volume.
Table of Contents
Titles and Authors
Design of Physical Practicum Tools on Rotational Dynamics Matter with
Fretty Doharni Ritonga; Nurdin Bukit; Betty M.Turnip...
Analysis of the Leading Sector and Its Effect on the Economy in Pakpak Bharat
Dinar Melani Hutajulu; M. Nasir; Arwansyah...
Analyze the Characteristic and Factors Cause of Bullying Behaviours in Early
Fadhilah Syam Nasution; Anita Yus; Aman Simaremare...
Play Finger Painting in Creative Art Model to Help Smooth Motoric
Development and Creativity of Group a in Kindergarten at Aek Loba Pekan
Lola Wita Harahap; Sri Milfayetty; Rosmala Dewi...
Maintenance of Gayonese Kinship Terms by Gayonese Minority Migrants in
Desi Purnama Sari; Siti Aisyah Ginting; Berlin Sibarani...
Effect of Functional Training and TRX Suspension Training on Body
Composition member Golden Fitness and Spa
Rafliansyah; Nurhayati Simatupang; Albadi Sinulingga...
Interpersonal Metaphor Used in the Boss Baby Movie
Khairuni Syafitri; Siti Aisyah Ginting; Anni Holila Pulungan...
Speech Act in Indonesia Lawyers Club: KPK vs Novanto
Theresia Fransiska Sidabutar; Zainuddin; Busmin Gurning...
The Effect of Instructional Strategy and Style Ofthinking Secuential on Students
Outcome MAN Medan
Siti Aisyah Hanim; Tiur asih siburian; Darwin...
The Effect of Cooperative Learning Models and Self Efficacy on Student
Mathematics Learning Outcomes
Sabdo Puji Rahayu; Mukhtar; Keysar Panjaitan...
Ideational Grammatical Metahpor in Reading Texts for Senior High School
Diemam Ferzhawana; Siti Aisyah Ginting; Zainuddin...
Effect of Soft Modification on Student Learning Results PAB 13 Kwala Begumit
Private Vocational School
Differences in Metacognitive Ability of Students Through Learning Realistic
Mathematics Education and Problem Based Learning in Pangkalan Susu Senior
Chairi Mutia Lubis; Waminton Rajagukguk; Kms.M.Amin Fauzi...
Development of Interactive Learning Media Projection of Working Drawing on
Students of Class X TKR in SMK Markus 2 Medan
Irwan Panggabean; R. Mursid; Samsidar Tanjung...
Metaphor of Modality in Donald Trump’s Speech in
United Nation General Assembly 2017
Nursyah Handaya; Siti Aisyah Ginting...
Traditional Sport Of Silek Tuo In Minangkabau Community (a study of Silek tuo
Prima Nanda; Sabaruddin Yunis; Agung Sunarn...
Improved Student’s Generic Science Skills With The Application of Cooperative
Learning Models Based on Batak Culture
Rika Sari Indah Harahap; Derlina; Rahmatsyah; Sahyar; Bornok...
Management Development Athletes of Shorinji Kempo North Sumatra Region
Arti Kurniaty Bangun...
Efforts to Improve Learning Results Free Basketball Shot (Free Throw) Through
The Application of Teaching Style Inclusion
Bob Rahmat Manalu... ...
Development of Egosan Engineering Extension Models with Straight Sticking in
William Filipus; Amir Supriadi; Tarsyad Nugraha...
The Development of Interactive Learning Media of Athletic on Physical
Education in SMP Negeri 15 Medan
Akhmad Khaidir; Budi Valianto; Tarsyad Nugraha...
The Effect of Learning Model and Self-Reliance Learning toward Science
Rohima; Mukhtar; Samsidar Tanjung...
The Effect of Learning Method and Kinesthetic Perception on The Learning
Outcomes of Lay Up Basketball
Saiful Adrian; N
urhayati Simatupang; Suprayitno………....
Analysis Of Physical Education Teacher Management Skills In State Elementary
School Sub-District Medan Tembung
Syahrul Effendi Nasution; Amir Supriadi; Albadi Sinulingga...
Innovation Of The Speed Model Using Running With The Ball Techniques In
Julio Roberto; Amir Supriadi; Novita... ...
The Development of Penetration Drill Training Technique of Wrestling Sport
Ihsan Idris Silalahi; Jan Bobby Nesra Barus...
Speech Function of Anies Baswedan’s
Speech in Approval Ceremony as the
Governor of Jakarta in the Period of 2017-2022
Ahmad Rifa’i Ritonga; Sumarsih
Development of Web-Based Learning Media to Enhance Writing Capability of
Biography Text of Student Class X SMA
Rencus B. Sinabariba, Tiur Asi Siburian, Mutsyuhito Solin...
Implementing the Teaching Supervision by Principals in Improving the
Performance of Teachers in Aceh Besar
Said Ashlan... ... ...
Female Principal Leadership
Hendro Widodo; Hengkang Bara Saputra... ...
The Ways of Rohingya Teenagers in Medan Realized Their Language Attitude
I Wayan Dirgayasa; Rahmat Husein; Lonni NurIffah Nasution...
Metaphor in Umpasa of Saurmatua Toba Batak Ceremony
Heppy Yersin Digita Purba; Rahmad Husein; Anni Holila Pulungan...
The Influence of Part Method, Whole Method and Determination Exercise
Methods on Improving Exercise in the Sports Branch of Pencak Silat Single Art
Category of College Students SPDKK (Art of Kencana Kwitang Self Defense)
Deli Serdang Year 2018/2019
Mawar Sari... ... ...
of Rakut Sitelu
Desi Haryati Nianggolan...
Evaluation of Implementation of Sustainable Professional Development (PKB)
for Junior High School Physical Education Teachers to Increase Professionalism
in Tebing Tinggi City
Mhd Fazar Afandi...
Development of Innovative PJOK teaching materials on floor gymnastics
materials to improve learning outcomes of Grade Students at Junior Hight School
The Influence of the Discovery Learning Model assisted with Image Media and
Motivation Against Civics Learning Outcomes of Students in Class IV of Public
Elementary Schools 055980 Aman Damai 2017/2018
Heryansyah Ginting; Dede Ruslan; Reh Bungana Br.Perangin-angin...
Development of science teaching materials based on Science Technology Society
(STM) and its influence on learning outcomes of fourth grade students of MIN
Diah Hafizhotul Husna; Nuraini; Ramlan Silaban...
The Improvement of Cooperative Learning Model Application Skill in Numbered
Head Together Through Clinical Supervision of Art Teacher in SDN 060886
Unita Vitta Omas Sianturi; Martua Manullang; Rosmala Dewi...
Gold of North Sumatera Program Coach Performance
Suyono; Hariadi; Supryetno...
Transitivity Systems Analysis of Bilingual Civic 3 Education Textbook for Grade
Jusup Sitepu; Anni Holila Pulungan; I Wayan Dirgeyasa Tangkas...
The Lecturer Performance Development of the STKIP Bina Bangsa Getsempena
The Interference of Batak Mandailing Language to Indonesian (In The Interaction
At The Seventh
Grade Students Of Madrasah Tsanawiyah Swasta Al-Azhar
Kabupaten Tapanuli Selatan Padang Sidimpuan)
Siti Jahria Sitompul; Abdurrahman Adisaputera; Sumarsi...
The Influence of Microbiology Dictionary and Microbiology Textbook
Utilization in the Contextual Learning Framework on Biology Students Higher
Order Thinking Skills
Kiki Rizqi Sahara; Hasruddin; Ashar Hasairin...
The Differences of Learning Style and St
udents’ Creativity to Students’
Achievement in Dribbling the Ball in Playing Football of Seventh Grade Students
of SMP Ar
Muammar Afif Marpaung; Imran Akhmad; Rahma Dewi...
Development of Gobag Sodor Game Model to Increase Interest in Elementary
Siska Nova Undari...
The Influence of Research-Based Learning with Portfolio Assessment on Science
Process Skills in Microbiology Course for Biology Program Students
Saudah Rahmayanti; Hasruddin; Tumiur Gultom...
The Influence of Teaching Style and Confident Against the Results of a Study of
Shooting in the Game of Football (Experiment Studies the Self Check Style and
Muhammad Syaiful; Ramadhan Harahap...
Development of Mirror Writing Teaching Materials Based on Class XI Media
Literation of Lolomatua 1 State High School
Yanida Bu'ulolo; Biner Ambarita; Marice...
The Development of Teaching Materials for Technology- Assisted Procedure
Text in Vocational High School
Nova Andarini; Biner Ambarita; Malan Lubis...
Development of Adobe Flash Based Floor Gymnastics Media Learning on Health
Sport Education Lesson
The Effect of Learning Approach and Linguistic Competence Capability Reading
The English Narative Text of Student SMA Negeri 6 Padangsidimpuan.
Sukriyah Batubara; Keysar Panjaitan...
Analysis Effect of Household Consumption, Investment and Labor to Economy
Growth In Sumatera Utara
Richna Handriyani; Arwansyah; Sahyar...
Idioms Translation Strategies in Pasung Jiwa Novel English Version
Hariyanto; Amrin Saragih; Sumarsih...
Code Mixing in Novel: A Case of Indonesian Literary Work
Nurul Hidayanti Hasibuan; Amrin Saragih; Sumarsih...
Logico-Semantic Relation in Presidential Debate Between Hillary Clinton and
Annisa Risma Khairani Lubis; Della Fransiska Ginting; Jumino Suhadi...
Semiotic Meanings in Cigarette Advertisement Texts
Rodearta Purba; Zainuddin; Amrin Saragih...
Modality as Hedging Device in the US Presidential Election Debate
Roobby Hamdanur; Anni Holila Pulungan; Zainuddiin...
The Improving Mathematical Communication Ability Through Realistic
Mathematical Approach Based on Toba Batak Culture
Aman Sanusi Siregar...
Speech Functions of Doctors and Patients on Medical Consultation Process
Resti Citra Dewi; Anni Holila Pulungan, Sumarsih...
The Development of Venturimeter Instrumentation in Dynamic Fluid
Zahrani Dalimunthe; Rahmatsyah; Derlina...
Lexical Metaphors in Onang-onang of Bobby and Kahiyang Tortor Dance
Siti Rahma Ritonga; Anni Holila Pulungan; Didik Santoso...
The Discourse Markers in President Joko Widodo’s Speeches in KTT APEC
China in 2015
Syahbuddin Nasution1; Busmin Gurning; I Wayan Dirgayasa Tangkas...
Preparation of Papers in Two-Column Format for AISTEEL Conference
Translator’s Strategies in Transferring Cultural Values in Ratatouille
Femy Septiani; Anni Holila Pulungan...
Lexical Metaphor In Printed Car Advertisements
Misdiana; Siti Aisyah Ginting; Amrin Saragih...
Political Discourse Analysis of Donald Trump Political Speech
Elisa Silviani Siregar; Prof. Dr.Zainuddin, M.Hum; Prof.Dr. Sri MindaMurni,
Nurliana Harahap; Mahendra Ginting Manik; Indah Listiana...
Appraisal of Healthy Product Advertisement on Television
Nurun Nazipah Harahap; Siti Aisyah Ginting; Rahmad Husein Napitupuluh...
Lexical Metaphor in Andrea Hirata’s “The Dreamer” Novel
Nurul Sa’adah; I Wy. Dirgeyasa; Siti Aisyah Ginting
Impoliteness Strategies Used by Governor Candidates of DKI Jakarta in Governor
Election Debate 2017
Sri Minda Murni; Busmin Gurning
Intertextuality in Travel Umroh Advertisement
Afifah Nurul Khoirot Nasution; Anni Holila Pulungan; Eddy Setia...
Intertextuality on Oral Discourse in Sari Matua Batak Toba Ceremony
Dyan Yosephin Hutagalung; Anni Holila Pulungan; Rahmad Husein...
The Effect of Mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana L.) Peel to Creatine Kinase
Serum in Male Rats (Rattus norvegicus) with Fatigue from Swimming
Rika Nailuvar Sinaga; Jumadin IP; Zulaini...
Analysis of Technology Utilization to Measure The Throw Distance of The Ball
on Hammer Throw
Riki Prastian; Agung Sunarno; Sabaruddin Yunis Bangun...
The Interactions of Social Stratification and Karonese Register in Giving Pedah
Elkana Putra Tarigan; Amrin Saragih; Siti Aisyah Ginting...
Implementation Management Training Volleyball Club of Pertamina Year 2017
Reza Wibowo; Sanusi Hasibuan; Budi Valianto...
Lexical Metaphor in Printed Car Advertisements
Misdiana; Siti Aisyah Ginting; Amrin Saragih...
Improving Students’ Reading Comprehension
Ability In Descriptive Text
The Role of Teacher’s Training Model and Technological Approach to the
Improvement of Teachers’ Professionalis
Intan Sufiah Batubara...
The Difficulties of Students at the Second Year of St.Thomas 3 Senior High
School Medan in Translating English Idioms into Indonesian
Fitri Susi Sinurat...
The Effect Of Applying The Great Wind Blows Strategy On The Students’
Gisca Irdayana Lubis...
Attitude of Examiners in Thesis Convocation
Mara Sutan Siregar...
Politeness Strategies in Mandailing Wedding Ceremony
The Differences of Learning Style and Students
Creativity to Students
Achievement in Dribbling the
Ball in Playing Football of Seventh Grade Students of
Muammar Afif Marpaung, Imran Akhmad, Rahma Dewi.Sport Education Study Program Thesis
State University of Medan
Abstract— This research was carried out at SMP Ar-Rahman Percut Sei Tuan in the even semester. The study was conducted in July 2018. The time of the study was held for one month or four weeks, with a frequency of 2 meetings a week, time for each meeting for 120 minutes, because it was adjusted to the hours of physical education at school. Research activities include testing of measuring instruments, preliminary tests, final treatment and tests. The conclusions in this study are: 1) Based on the results of
variance analysis in the list of attachments, at the level of α = 0.05
then obtained Fh> Ft ie 5> 4.04. So that the overall conclusion can be drawn that there are differences in learning outcomes in dribbling in soccer games between inquiry learning models and NHT type cooperative learning models. Then continued with the tukey test in groups A1 and A2 where Qh = 4.5 and Qt = 3.79 and based on these results it can be concluded that there are differences in learning outcomes of dribbling in soccer games between inquiry learning models and NHT type cooperative learning models . 2) Based on the results of the analysis of
variance, at the level of α = 0.05 then obtained Fh> Ft that is
13.88> 4.06. So that the overall conclusion can be drawn that there is an interaction between learning models with creativity towards learning outcomes of dribbling in soccer games. 3) Then continued with the tukey test in groups A2B2 and A1B2 where Qh = 3.57 and Qt = 2.92 and based on these results it can be concluded that the NHT type cooperative learning model is better than the inquiry learning model on learning outcomes leading to the material football in the student group of low creativity. 4) Then continued with the tukey test in groups A1B1 and A2B1 where Qh = 8.97 and Qt = 2.92 and based on these results it can be concluded that the inquiry learning model is better than the cooperative learning model NHT type on learning outcomes lead to the material football in a group of high creativity students.
Keywords— Learning Model, creativity, Football Game
In general, the education process in schools prioritizes interaction in each student's learning activities. Education can also be referred to as the maximum effort done by each student to develop the cognitive they have in order to achieve it optimally. In the learning process the development of good communication skills with teachers and fellow students based on mutual respect must be continuously developed in learning events. Physical education learning is endeavored to form
physically and mentally good mental health, so as to produce productive human beings. The material for Junior High School Physical Education subjects includes: the experience of practicing basic skills in games and sports (big balls, small balls, athletics and martial arts); development activities; self test / gymnastics; rhythmic activity; aquatic (water activity); and outdoor education (outdoor) is presented to help students understand why people move and how to do movements safely, efficiently and effectively.
Observations were carried out on Wednesday, Saturday and Monday, namely 06, 09 and 11 September 2017 at SMP AR-RAHMAN Percut in the first, second and third hours. The meeting lasted 3x40 minutes was held at 8:20 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. The teaching and learning process refers to the learning plan that has been prepared. Observations are carried out in conjunction with the implementation of teaching and learning. The steps taken are as follows:
The first day The activity begins with observing the teacher and students, explaining the material to be studied is the material of football and the components described to students. The teacher observes the course of learning. First, the teacher opens the lesson by saying hello observing the number of students, to be divided into groups. Second, the teacher students invited to the field to observe the demonstration from the teacher about the technique of kicking the ball with various techniques. Third, the teacher observes the students 'activeness when carrying out the experiment, observes the steps of students' activities when carrying out learning activities. Then students are given the opportunity to kick in accordance with the techniques that have been taught with each group. All groups were considered to have had enough kicking, so all groups regrouped and held a consolidation of technical material to kick the ball and deliver material next week.
181 the opportunity for students to ask questions, because there
were no questions from students so students were invited to the field to observe the demonstration from the teacher about the technique of kicking the ball with various techniques. Then students are given the opportunity to kick in accordance with the techniques that have been taught with each group.
On the third day of observing student activities, the teacher explained the techniques of holding the ball starting from the technique of holding the ball with the foot part of the body, the outside, and the back of the foot. finished explanation given the opportunity for students to ask questions, because there were no questions from students so students were invited to the field to observe the demonstration from the teacher about the technique of kicking the ball with various techniques. Then students are given the opportunity to kick in accordance with the techniques that have been taught with each group.
The interview results from the teacher that the condition of the child during soccer learning such as kicking and holding is good in terms of implementation. Viewing and holding is an easy basic technique, so that students can do it compared to when carrying out most students it is difficult to make herding movements because they have not mastered the basic movement. Especially the female students who revealed that they did not follow soccer sports, in contrast to the male students who were interested in soccer but it was very difficult to practice the material to lead as instructed by the teacher, the reason for the observation about the basic motions of herding was still lacking.
Judging from the school's infrastructure facilities the field conditions are still uneven. Learning media owned by schools like balls, kun, adequate goal. The conclusion from the interview with the teacher that students find it difficult to practice herding due to difficult in terms of movement, conclusions seen from the existing infrastructure that students' difficulties in addition to lack of understanding of basic techniques themselves are too uneven also makes it difficult for students in herding movements.
Through data collection, the average score of football daily scores obtained is less than the Minimum Completeness Criteria (KKM) has been set at 80. Daily grades of material and techniques of football movements such as kicking, holding and driving. Based on: affective value, first Observation activities are carried out during the learning process. From data collection, skill scores and daily test scores on ball dribbling techniques are as follows: If based on the results of the big ball material daily test results that is herding, kicking and holding the ball, there is a graduation presentation in terms of dribbling by 36%, with details of 9 people who
technique correctly. There was a graduation presentation in terms of kicking the ball at 76%, with details of the number of 25 students there were 19 students who had made a kick kicking the ball correctly, and 6 students still hadn't performed the kicking technique correctly. There was a graduation presentation in terms of holding the ball at 44%, with details of the number of 25 students there were 11 students who had held the ball holding correctly, and 14 students still had not performed the ball holding technique correctly.
Table 1. 1. Results of learning soccer material
(Source: PJOK Junior High School Teacher AR RAHMAN)
So that it can be concluded from the three football materials that are taught to lead, calm and hold the ball there is a herding material that there are still many students who did not pass the KKM with a graduation presentation of 36%, totaling 9 people who graduated from 25 students.
Good results from learning process lead not to escape from a learning model that is done and made by the teacher itself well. Hamzah B uno (2004: 25) revealed that the inquiry learning model is very important to develop values and attitudes in ways of thinking, such as observation skills, data collection, formulating and testing hypothesis and explaining the phenomena that occur, independence of learning, logical thinking.
With the inquiry learning model emphasizes learning to students, so that students are more active in the learning process, through the model also developed a sense of freedom and pleasure in doing so, do not feel there is coercion from the teacher which has been widely applied in the learning process in schools and many elements of restraint. towards children's freedom in the learning process.
182 learning is learning that is realized through general muscular
responses expressed in the form of body movements or body parts. The stages of motion have meaning as a pattern of motion that is developed as well as possible so that students or students are more skilled. The stage of automation means expanding the movement so that the performance of students or athletes becomes more integrated in making movements.
Body movements when they make herding movements should we pay attention well, whether their movements are right or wrong, the process of involvement of teachers in terms of perfecting the movement skills performed by students is there is a process that must be passed in order to dig back the messages we have received and saved before.
Assessment in dribbling learning basically emphasizes on the basic movements that are carried out. Basic motion is the most important thing to do herding movements, as well as body movements, such as the head, hands, feet, limbs, which are dominant in terms of herding movements. All of these movements are included in the ball grading assessment.
So that to get the maximum results in dribbling is needed a learning model that makes students interested in it, inquiry and NHT in general can develop learning outcomes leading students because the model provides freedom in the movement of student dribbling, so children are more happy to do herding movements without being limited by the teacher.
Slowly, the creativity of children towards herding movement is more channeled, According to Cambell (1986), and Glover (1990) in Iman Setyabudi (2011: 2) Creativity is an activity that brings results that are: novelty, meaning invasion, never there was before and strange; useful, which means it is more practical, easier, overcomes difficulties, and produces better; understandable, which means the same results can be understood or understood and can be made at different times. The level of creativity of children about the movement taught, directing the right and wrong movements, so that students are more enthusiastic to do movement movements when carrying out herding.
The population in this study were all SMP AR-RAHMAN PERCUT students totaling 365 people. In this study the sampling technique used was the Cluster Sample. So that obtained a sample of class VII amounting to 48 people, From the calculation of the number of samples that have been determined, amounting to 48 people then the sample is divided into two study groups with each group given the inquiry learning model and NHT.
The method used in this study is a quasi-experimental method, because it does not take a random sample but a whole sample to be treated, the experiment itself is an observation under artificial conditions where the condition is made and
total sample of 58 students. To facilitate control of each treatment group, the research design is as follows:
Table 1. Research Design With Cooperative Learning Models NHT Type Against Learning Outcomes Bringing On Football Material
183 Against Learning Outcomes of Football Ball Dribbling.
Based on the results of variance analysis in Appendix 11,
at the level of α = 0.05, Fh> Ft is obtained 13.88> 4.06. So
that the overall conclusion can be drawn that there is an interaction between learning models with creativity towards learning outcomes of dribbling in soccer games.
3. NHT Type Cooperative Learning Model is Better Than Learning Inquiry Model Against Learning Outcomes Bringing On Football Material in Students of Low Creativity Group
The results of the third (third) hypothesis prove that there is a significant difference between students who have high creativity taught by using inquiry learning models and NHT type cooperative learning models on learning outcomes of dribbling. Then continued with the tukey test in groups A2B2 and A1B2 where Qh = 3.57 and Qt = 2.92 and based on these results it can be concluded that the NHT type of cooperative learning model is better than the inquiry learning model on learning outcomes lead to soccer material in students with low creativity.
4. The Inquiry Learning Model Is Better Than The Cooperative Learning Model NHT Type Against Learning Outcomes Bringing On Football Material to a group of high creativity students
The results of proof of the 4th (fourth) hypothesis if seen from the average, the learning outcomes of students who have low creativity taught by using inquiry learning models are no better than those using NHT type cooperative learning models, if the significance level is tested there are differences significant between students who have low creativity taught by using inquiry learning models and NHT type cooperative learning models on dribbling. Then proceed with the tukey test in groups A1B1 and A2B1 where Qh = 8.97 and Qt = 2.92 and based on these results it can be concluded that the inquiry learning model is better than the cooperative learning model NHT type on learning outcomes herded on soccer material in groups of high creativity students.
From the results of research hypotheses and discussion of research results, it can be concluded that: 1. There is a difference between the inquiry learning model
and the Cooperative learning model NHT type on learning outcomes leads to soccer material
2. There is an interaction between inquiry learning models with cooperative learning models NHT type on learning outcomes leads to soccer material
inquiry learning model on learning outcomes leading to soccer material in low creativity students
4. Inquiry learning model is better than cooperative learning model NHT type on learning outcomes leads to soccer material in groups of high creativity students.
Based on the above conclusions, the researcher suggests: For students to improve learning outcomes of dribbling in soccer games, physical education teachers as input for learning especially lead in soccer games. Where the authors suggest that this study becomes input for physical education teachers in improving and improving learning outcomes. For students that this research can be a reference and become a reference for the next research. For physical education teachers as input material in learning, especially leading in soccer games.
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