The Effectiveness of Experimental Methods on The Learning of Science Materials Plant Development With Hydroponic Techniques on The Learning Outcomes of Students
The experimental method can also be interpreted as a way of presenting lessons, where students conduct experiments by experiencing and proving themselves something that is learned. The focus of research 1) Knowing the learning outcomes of students who do not use experimental methods in science learning material on plant breeding with hydroponic techniques in class VI MI NU Tamrinut Thullab Undaan Kudus, 2) Knowing the learning outcomes of students who use experimental methods in science learning material on plant reproduction with hydroponic techniques in class VI MI NU Tamrinut Thullab Undaan Kudus, 3) Knowing the effectiveness of experimental methods in learning science on plant propagation material with hydroponic techniques on the learning outcomes of class VI students of MI NU Tamrinut Thullab Undaan Kudus. Based on the results of the calculation of the significant test comparison of student learning outcomes in the pre-test and post-test, the t value is 5.85 compared to the t table (dk) = n-1 = 28 and the error rate is 5% for two parties based on dk. = 28 with an error level of 5% it turns out that the price of t table for one party = 2.048 because t count is greater than t table or falls on acceptance of Ha. (5.85> 2.048,) then Ha is accepted or Ho is rejected, so the conclusion is that there is a positive and significant difference in the pre-test and post-test learning outcomes besides that there is also a difference between the average learning outcomes of experimental class students who are given teaching with the control class using conventional learning. Based on the results of the calculation, the average result of the students who were given teaching using the experimental method was 89.31, while the average value of the learning outcomes of control class students using conventional learning was 74.33. It can be concluded that the use of experimental methods is effective in improving student learning outcomes in science subjects on plant propagation material using hydroponic techniques.
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