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EFFECT OF LESSON BASED DISCOVERY LEARNING MODEL

STUDY USING MEDIA MIND MAPPING ON IMPROVING


STUDENTS CHEMICAL LEARNING OUTCOMES
SUBJECT OF REDOX REACTION

Muhammad Rizki Harahap (NIM 4131131031)

Abstract

This study aimed to determine whether improving student learning outcomes that
learned by the Discovery L-earning model based on lesson study using the mind Mapping
media is higher than conventional learning models and cognitive aspects are most developed
through the application of models in the experimental class on subject of redox reaction. The
population in this study were all students of class X IPA MAN 4 Medan consisting of 4
classes. The samples in this study were two classes taken by random sampling , which is one
class as an experimental class that is taught by the Discovery Learning model based on lesson
study using mind mapping media and one class as a control class that is taught by
conventional learning models. This type of research is an experimental reasesarch. The
instrument used in this study consisted of test instruments. The instrument used was 20
questions with reliable 0, 800 . Based on the results of statistical tests, it is known that the
data of pretest, posttest, and normalized gain (N-gain) in The experimental class and control
class are normally distributed and homogeneous. To test the hypothesis is the right-sided
test t with a significant level of 0.05, the data obtained t countt > t table which is 12.53 >
1.672 , which means that H0 is rejected and Ha is accepted. Thus, the increase in student’s
chemistry learning outcome that were learned by the model-based Discovery Learning lesson
study using mind mapping media (75.30%) was significantly higher compared with the
conventional learning model (31.96%). The most developed cognitive aspects of the
experimental class, which are learned by the Discovery Learning model based on lesson
study using the mind mapping media in the subject of redox reaction is the cognitive aspect
of understanding (C2) of 78.00%.
Keywords: Discovery Learning, Lesson Study, Mind Mapping, Improvement Learning
Outcomes, Redox Reactions