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Research Article | Volume 2 Issue 5 (September, 2021)
Contextual Teaching Learning (CTL) Effects on Physics Education Achievement
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Published
Oct. 10, 2021
Abstract
Contextual approach in learning known as Contextual teaching and Learning (CTL) is a learning concept that helps teachers to relate teaching materials to students' real world situations. This research was conducted through a collaborative process between physics teachers, school principals and researchers. CAR is a problem solving activity that is characterized by cycles and is reflective starting from 1) planning (planning), 2) implementing actions (action), 3) collecting data (observing), and 4) analyzing data or information to focus on the extent of strengths or weaknesses. Data obtained showed that the Contextual learning strategies can increase students' motivation to study physics in class X Christian Private High School BNKP Gunungsitoli. This can be seen from the results of the learning motivation questionnaire where in the first cycle the level of student learning motivation reached 61.75% or sufficient category but in the second cycle the students’ motivation reached 82.5% or good category. It concludes that CTL increases the students’ motivation in physics subjects by applying contextual learning strategies, several actions must be taken as an effort to overcome weaknesses that occur during the learning processthe action.
Keywords
Contectual Teaching Learning (CTL)
Students’ motivation; physics learning
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