Lestari, Diyah Ayu Puji
EFFECTIVENESS OF LEARNING METHODS STUDENT TEAM ACHIEVEMENT DIVISION (STAD) IN ACHIEVEMENT OF COMPETENCY TO MAKE VEST OF CLASS X STUDENTS OF JEPARA VOCATIONAL SCHOOL 2.
S1 thesis, Faculty of Engineering.
This study aims to determine: (1) Achievement of competence in making vest pocket using the lecture method in class X SMK Negeri 2 Jepara, (2) Achievement of competence in making vest pocket using Student Team Achievement Division method in class X SMK Negeri 2 Jepara, ( 3) the effectiveness of the Student Teams Achievement Division (STAD) method in achieving competence in making vest pocket in class X students of SMK Negeri 2 Jepara.
This type of research is a quasi-experimental research with the Nonequivalent Control Group Design research design. The study was conducted on class X fashion design expertise program at SMK N 2 Jepara. The study population was all students of X fashion numbering 76 students. Data collection techniques use tests, observation sheets and assessment of performance. The validity of the test instrument is proven by using content validity and expert judgment, observation sheets and assessment of performance as evidenced by expert judgment. While the reliability test is proven by reliability analyze in the SPSS program. Data analysis technique used is descriptive analysis and t-test techniques.
The results showed that: (1) the achievement of competence in making vest pocket in the control class using the pre-test and posttest mean score lecture method was 68.28 and 76.29 as many as 25 students in the complete category, (2) the achievement of competence to make a pocket vest in the class experiments using STAD method, pretest and posttest mean values of 66.18 and 80.90 as many as 36 students in the complete category, (3) Student Team Achievement Division (STAD) method is effective for achieving competency in making pocket vests, as evidenced by differences between the control class and the experimental class, shows that the achievement of competence in the experimental class is higher than the control class.
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