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International Education Studies, v9 n4 p195-203 2016

Sport science undergraduate education, one of which purposes is to produce an analyst in sport. However, generally analytical thinking skills of sport science's students is still relatively very low in the context of sport. This study aimed to describe the effectiveness of Physics Learning Model in Sport Context, Context Based Learning (CBL) model. The effectiveness of CBL model was described based on the data of increasing analytical thinking skills of sports science's students. This research used experimental design of pre-test and post-test design with replication. The results showed that the CBL model was able to improve the analytical thinking skills of sport science's students with N-gain of 0.78 in high category increase. Statistical paired t-tests also informed that the model can significantly improve analytical thinking skills of sport science's students at the level of significance as much as a = 0.05. Based on the improvement of students' analytical thinking skills, it can be concluded the CBL model was effective.

Descriptors: Sports Medicine, Teaching Methods, Physics, Thinking Skills, Models, Statistical Analysis, Skill Development, Experimental Groups, Instructional Effectiveness, Pretests Posttests, Science Instruction, Undergraduate Students, Tests, Foreign Countries

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Autor: Sudibyo, Elok; Jatmiko, Budi; Widodo, Wahono

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=3982&id=EJ1095800







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