Effect Of Learning Model Problem Based Learning And Motivation For Learning On The Ability To Think Of Critical On The Subject History In SMAN 3 Batusangkar

Editiwarman Editiwarman, Azwar Ananda, Siti Fatimah


The purpose of this study was to determine the differences in influence and to find out which learning models are more suitable for increasing critical thinking skills and supported by learning motivation. The research method used in this research is quantitative with Quasi-experimental techniques. The place of research (data collection) was carried out at SMAN 3 Batusangkar. The population of this study was all students of class XI consisting of the Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences and Social Sciences, amounting to 137. The drawing of this research cluster was carried out by using the Cluster Sampling Technique. Technique withdrawal Cluster Sampling is a way of sampling where the sample is a group of individuals (cluster) are taken by simple random sampling around 54 people consisting of class XI IPS only. The data collection technique was carried out using a questionnaire with a Likert scale. The data analysis technique used 2-way factorial analysis (ANOVA), before the hypothesis testing was carried out, the analysis requirements were tested, namely the normality test and the homogeneity test. Based on the results of data analysis and discussion described in the previous chapter, the following conclusions can be drawn 1) There are differences in the influence of Learning Models (PBL and Conventional) on Critical Thinking Ability in History subjects at SMAN 3 Batusangkar; 2) There is an interaction of learning models and learning motivation on students' critical thinking abilities in History subjects at SMAN 3 Batusangkar; 3) In the high category of motivation, the based learning model is the problem more suitable to be applied to improve critical thinking skills in history subjects at SMAN 3 Batusangkar; and 4) In the low category of motivation the conventional learning model is more suitable to be applied to improve critical thinking skills in historical subjects at SMAN 3 Batusangkar.


Learning Model, PBL, Motivation, Critical Ability.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.52155/ijpsat.v24.2.2624


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