The Effect of Learning Model and Interpersonal Intelligence on Economic Learning Outcomes of Class X Dwiwarna Students High School
Keywords:Quantum Teaching, Intelligence Interpersonal, Economics, Learning Model.
This study aims to determine the learning ability of Economics subjects with a higher Quantum Teaching learning model than that
taught by the Inquiry-Based Learning model. The second objective is the ability to study Economics subjects who have high interpersonal intelligence and low interpersonal intelligence. The populations in this study were students at the Dwiwarna High
School. The research sample was taken 2 classes namely class X-1 and class X-2. The results of this study are: (1) Economic
learning abilities of students taught with Quantum Teaching learning models are higher than those taught by Inquiry-Based
Learning models. This can be seen from the analysis of the data obtained where the value of Fcount = 5.01 while the value of Ftable = 4.01 so that Fcount > Ftable. (2) Economic learning ability that has high interpersonal intelligence is higher than the Economic learning ability of students who have low interpersonal intelligence. This can be seen from the analysis of the data obtained where the value of Fcount = 4.88 while the value of Ftable = 4.01 so that Fcount > Ftable.
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