Chemistry is a part of science that studies the structure, properties, and changes of substances with laws and principles that explain the changes. Chemistry also has so many complex and abstract concepts that must be understood by student, which makes chemistry technically difficult to understood and not interested for them. The integration effects of socrative online game in cooperative learning - Teams Games Tournament (TGT) models to student learning outcomes and learning motivation on chemistry is thought to provide a pleasant learning atmosphere to increase student understanding of abstract concepts by involving calculations using various formulas that found in salt hydrolysis topic. The research design used in this study was a quasi-experimental with a pretest-post test control group design. The data analysis technique used is descriptive analysis and quantitative statistical analysis. Its techniques using hypothesis testing (anacova test and t-test) and correlation test (product-moment). The results showed: (1) Integration of socrative online games affects the learning outcomes of students with a significance value of 0.000 on the anacova test results. (2) Integration of socrative online games in the cooperative learning - Team Games Tournament (TGT) model has an influence on students’ learning motivation with a significance value of 0.000 on the t-test. (3) There is a very strong relationship and a positive correlation between learning motivation and learning outcomes with the Pearson correlation (t) of 0.884. If learning motivation is higher, the learning outcomes will be higher.
The integration effects of socrative online game in cooperative - Teams games tournament (TGT) models to student learning outcomes and learning motivation on salt hydrolysis topic
Desi Wahyuningsih, M. Muchson, Muhammad Saefi, Muntholib Muntholib, Ida Bagus Suryadharma; The integration effects of socrative online game in cooperative - Teams games tournament (TGT) models to student learning outcomes and learning motivation on salt hydrolysis topic. AIP Conf. Proc. 2 March 2021; 2330 (1): 020024. https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0043115
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