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Journal of Educational Research and Review

Research Article | Published July 2017 | Volume 5, Issue 4, pp. 49-54

The Dynamics of Two Study Models (Team Game Tournament and Numbered Head Together) in Increasing Mechanical Engineering Students of Makassar State University (UNM) Knowledge of The Concept Machine Element

 

 

 

Nurlaela Latief
Anwar Fatah
Soetyono Iskandar*

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Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, State University of Makassar, Makassar, Indonesia.

 

 

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Citation: Latief N, Fatah A, Iskandar S (2017). The Dynamics of Two Study Models (Team Game Tournament and Numbered Head Together) in Increasing Mechanical Engineering Students of Makassar State University (UNM) Knowledge of The Concept Machine Element. J. Edu. Res. Rev. 5(4): 49-54.
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 Abstract 

 

This research aims to identify the differences in the knowledge of the concept machine element by mechanical engineering students (UNM) using Team Game Tournament (TGT) and Numbered Head Together (NHT) models. The sample size of this research is 76 students taught with both models, with 36 acting as control. The result of the research shows that there were no significant differences between the mechanical engineering students using study Team Game Tournament (TGT) model and those using Numbered Head Together (NHT) at machine element class. The students’ knowledge of the concept, machine element prior to the use of Team Game Tournament (TGT) model was 17.43%, while after the model was used, it became 20.62%. Also for the group that used NHT, before the model was used, the students’ knowledge was 13.57%; while after the model was used, it became 20.45%. It shows that the modes improved the students’ knowledge by 13.03%. From the calculation using SPSS, significant result of 2-tailed 0.796 > 0.05 was obtained. If the result obtained is (2-tailed) bigger than 0.05, it is significant; hence the result of this study is significant. Independent-Sample t Test was applied to test the research hypothesis through comparation. The test was significant at a = 0.05 level. In conclusion Ho is accepted while H1 is rejected. There are no differences in the students’ knowledge of machine element using Team Game Tournament (TGT) and those taught with Numbered Head Tongether (NHT).

 

Keywords   Study Model    Team Game Tournament     Numbered Head Together    

 



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