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Effectiveness application of intellectually auditory repetition (AIR) learning model to improve student’s learning outcomes on subject two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes
Ni Made Asih, Desak Putu Eka Nilakusmawati

Last modified: 2016-10-31

Abstract


Application of appropriate learning models is one key to the success of a learning process. In addition, the application of innovative learning model is also needed in order to improve student learning outcomes in mathematics, one of them by applying Auditory Intellectually Repetition (AIR) learning models. The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of the application of Auditory Intellectually Repetition (AIR) learning models in improving student’s learning outcomes on subject two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes. This study uses participatory action research, with a model of action research design. The data source of this research are elementary school students grade V SDN 5 Keramas, Blahbatuh, Gianyar – Bali, with subject two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes. Data was collected through tests, interviews, and observations. The procedure is designed in three cycles of action. At the end of the cycle of actions carried out monitoring and evaluation, hereinafter the evaluation results are reflected to plan their next action. The effectiveness of learning was tested by t-test statistical analysis techniques. The results showed that the application of AIR learning models can increase the average student’s learning outcomes of 54.62 in early action becomes 74.89 in cycle 1, 75.72 in cycle 2, and 87.65 in cycle 3. The average percentage improving student’s learning outcomes between early action and action cycle 3 by 60.47 percent. Statistical analysis by t-test to test student’s learning outcomes before and after implementation of AIR learning model, concluded that AIR learning model effectively implemented to improve student’s learning outcomes in mathematics subject on two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes