The Effect of Problem-Based Blended Learning Models on the Mathematical Problem Solving Ability of Middle School Students

Muhammad Irfan Anshori, Mulyono ., Bornok Sinaga


This study aims to analyze the effect of problem-based blended learning models on problem solving abilities. The sample of this study were 64 students who were grouped into two classes, namely class VIII A as BLBM class and class VIII B as Direct class. Data obtained through KAM tests, and tests of students' problem solving abilities. Data were analyzed using two-way ANAVA. Based on the results of the analysis using two-way ANAVA research results obtained problem solving abilities taught by problem-based blended learning models are better than direct learning. The significance value obtained from anava is 0.004 <significance level value of 5%. This shows that there are significant differences in problem solving skills in both learning, then obtained the significance value of the learning model and KAM of 0.607> a significance value of 5%. So there is no interaction between the learning model and KAM on the ability to solve problems. The research findings recommend a problem-based blended learning model to be one of the learning approaches used in secondary schools.

Keywords : Problem Based Blended Learning, Mathematical Problem Solving Ability, KAM

DOI: 10.7176/JEP/11-18-18

Publication date:June 30th 2020

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