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IJSTR >> Volume 7 - Issue 4, April 2018 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Increased Ability Of Emotional Protection And Emotional Intelligence Of Mts Negeri 2 Medan Through Mathematical Approach Realistic

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AUTHOR(S)

Muhammad Arif Hidayat

 

KEYWORDS

Realistic Mathematic Teaching, Emotional Intelligence, Student Activities, Student answering process.

 

ABSTRACT

This study aims to determine an increase in problem solving skills and emotional intelligence are good for flat wake topics; to describe effectiveness of realistic mathematic teaching for flat structure topic in grade; and to compare the learning achievement of student who take realistic mathematic teaching and the student who take traditional teaching method for flat structure topic in grade VII of MTsN 2 Medan. The population in this research are students of MTsN 2 Medan (Grade VII-1 and VII-5) taken by random sampling. The applied instrument afe consisting of competency test in problem solving, emotional intelligence questionnaire, student activity, student answering process. The data analysis was conducted by t-test and two ways ANAVA. The results of this research are : (1) the increasing of competency in mathematic problem solving with a better realistic mathematic approach than student with traditional teaching, (2) the increasing of emotional intelligence of student with realistic mathematic approach is better than student with traditional teaching, (3) there is interaction between teaching approach with the competency level of student to the increasing of competency in mathematic problem solving, and (4) there is interaction between teaching approach and the competency level of student to the increasing of emotional intelligence, (5) student activity in realistic mathematic teaching that fulfill the ideal time tolerance limit, and (6) the answer of student is various and better either in realistic mathematic teaching set than by traditional teaching. Based on this result, the researcher suggest the realistic mathematic teaching on mathematic teaching can be an alternative for mathematics teacher to increase the creative thinking competency and mathematic problem solving of student as one of alternative to applies innovative mathematic teaching.

 

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