The Experimentation of Contextual and Realistic Learning Models in terms of Interpersonal Intelligence

Utin Desy Susiaty, Hodiyanto Hodiyanto
2019 Jurnal Ilmiah Pendidikan Matematika (JIPM)  
<p>The aims of this study is to find out: (1) a better learning model between contextual, realistic or conventional; (2) better learning outcomes between students with high, medium or low interpersonal intelligence; (3) better learning outcomes between students with high, medium or low interpersonal intelligence on each learning model; (4) a better learning model between contextual, realistic or conventional at each level of interpersonal intelligence. This research is using the experimental
more » ... the experimental method. The sampling technique is cluster random sampling. Data collection tools used were questionnaires and tests. The data analysis technique used is the analysis of three-way variance with unequal cells. The results showed that: (1) contextual learning models are better than realistic but provide the same learning outcomes as conventional, while realistic and conventional learning outcomes are equally good; (2) students who have high, medium or low interpersonal intelligence have the same learning outcomes; (3) In each learning model, students with high, medium and low interpersonal intelligence have the same learning outcomes; (4) At each level of interpersonal intelligence, the contextual learning model is better than realistic and conventional.</p>
doi:10.25273/jipm.v8i1.3952 fatcat:r5s4dc47w5hzdjg2moyzvrrs3e