The Development of Revised Jigsaw Collaborative Learning Model in Physics Subject at Universitas Negeri Gorontalo

Nova Ntobuo, Enos Taruh, Evi Hulukati, Astin Lukum

Abstract


The purpose of this study is to develop the collaborative learning model of Revised Jigsaw (henceforth will be called as Jire) in Basic Physics 2 subject at Department of Physics. This is a research and development study that refers to the design of the 4-D model according to Thiagarajan, Semmel, and Semmel that is consisted of define, design, develop and disseminate. The result indicates that Jire collaborative learning model that has been developed is (1) valid and feasible based on the expert; (2) able to improve students’ responses in the learning process. Further, learning process applying Jire model is in a very good criterion; (3) able to improve students’ activities and learning outcomes in which the observation result shows that students’ activities arrive at 95% for the limited trial class, and the average percentage for the field trial class reaches 97.3% with a very good criterion, (4) students’ learning outcomes provide a classical mastery that the limited trial class achieves 90%, and the average percentage for the field trial class is 96% with a very good criterion.  Accordingly, Jire collaborative learning model that has been developed is valid, practical, and effective in order that it can be used in Basic Physics 2 subject.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/gjes.v4i2.13393

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