the Effect of Problem-Posing and Think-Pair-Share Learning Models on Students' Mathematical Problem-Solving Skills and Mathematical Communication Skills

Syaiful Rohim, Khoerul Umam
2019 Journal Of Education, Teaching and Learning  
The main purpose of this study was to compare and examine the effectiveness of problem-posing and think-pair-share cooperatives' learning models on mathematical problem-solving skills and mathematical communication skills. This study was experimental research with a quasi-experimental design. The samples of the study were 41 students for classroom experiments and 40 students for classroom control. The instruments employed in this study were pre-test and post-test. The instruments were made in
more » ... say forms which design to measure students' mathematical problem-solving skills. The result of the study showed that problem-posing and think-pair-share are very effective to improve students' mathematical achievements. However, between the problem-posing and think-pair-share, the think-pair-share is more effective than problem-posing, view from the standards of mathematical problem-solving skills and mathematical communication skills of Junior High School students.
doi:10.26737/jetl.v4i2.803 fatcat:2eohtu3iybhebca2vbu76qcre4