, Andi Ratnawati and Djam’an, Nurwati (2021) A Comparative Study of Students’ Learning Achievement of Sigma Notation Number Sequences and Series Taught Through Discovery and Expository Method. In: International Conference on Educational Studies in Mathematics (ICoESM 2021).
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Abstract
This study determines the level of student achievement using the discovery method compared with the expository method in teaching the sigma notation of number sequences and series in grade 1 SMA Neg 1 Ajangale. This research is a quantitative research that is an experiment. The population is all students in grade 1, where class 1A is 32 students and class 1B is 30 students. The instrument is a test in the form of an essay. Data analysis techniques are descriptive statistical analysis and inferential statistical analysis. The research results are 1) The level of student achievement using the discovery method in the sigma notation of number sequences and series obtained from 32 students were 93.7% of students classified as Very Low 2) The level of student achievement using the discovery method in the sigma notation of number sequences and series obtained from 30 students were 63,3% of students classified as very low, 3) the results of inferential statistical analysis, Xcount = 26,04 > X2 table = 3,84. This means that Ho is rejected and H1 is accepted. The achievement of students taught using the discovery method is better than the expository method in teaching the sigma notation of number sequences and series.
Item Type:  Conference or Workshop Item (Paper) 

Subjects:  FMIPA > PENDIDIKAN MATEMATIKA  (S1) 
Divisions:  FAKULTAS MIPA 
Depositing User:  Zainatun 
Date Deposited:  27 Jun 2023 05:22 
Last Modified:  27 Jun 2023 09:38 
URI:  http://eprints.unm.ac.id/id/eprint/31701 
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