Development of learning tools for linear absolute value equations in one variable with think pair square model
Silvia Debora Emor, Santje Salajang, Anneke Pesik
This study aims to produce a learning tool for linear absolute value equations on one variable by using Think Pair Square cooperative learning models that meet valid, practical, and effective criteria. This research is categorized as development research. This study uses the ADDIE model developed by Dick and Carey. There are five stages, namely: 1) Analysis, 2) Design, 3) Development, 4) Implementation, and 5) Evaluation. The resulting learning tools are learning implementation plans (RPP), student worksheets (LKS), and learning achievement tests (THB). The results of the study stated that the products developed met valid, practical, and effective criteria. Learning devices are feasible to use with an average score of assessment of learning devices by a validator of 3.4 with valid criteria. The practicality of the learning device was obtained from the student response questionnaire which showed a score of 4.08 which was included in the practical criteria. The effectiveness of the learning device is obtained from the student learning outcomes test that shows 90% student mastery learning with an average value of 84 so that it can be concluded that the learning device is effectively used in learning.