Volume 3-Issue 4 (Next Issue October 2018)

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Scientific Approach with Problem Posing Integrated in Introductory Microeconomics Theory, whether Work?

Albrian Fiky PRAKOSO Dhiah FITRAYATI Retno Mustika DEWI
Pages: 1-10

This study aims to improve student learning outcomes in the introductory microeconomics theory subject. This research is included in classroom action research with three cycles. The model is use a scientific approach integrated with problem posing and was conducted on business education student Class A Universitas Negeri Surabaya. This learning model required the students to create a problem. When the students create a problem, they also think about the answer. This stage will make the students thinking twice . The students understanding will increase and have positive impact on improving student learning outcomes by those activity. This paper provides a new view to collaborate between a scientific approach integrated with problem posing to improve student learning outcomes

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A Measurement Of Performance: Student Involvement In Organization and Campus Environment

Pages: 11-22

This study aims to measure student achievement based on the activity that involved in the organization. In addition, the authors also examine the effect of campus environment on student achievement. This research consist 2 models, first model has independent variables (involvement of student and campus environment) and dependent variables (Grade Point Average). Second model, performance orientation as dependent variable.The method used in this study with a quantitative approach, using multiple regression to measure the models. The samples of this study are the students of Bachelor Degree Management. This study shows that the campus environment has an influence on the level or performance orientation student. The students involvement in the organization has negative affect to the Grade Point Average (GPA),. Not that because they actively organize to make the GPA is low. The campus environment has no effect on the GPA but the effect on the level of performance orientation.

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