The Effect Of Arias Learning Model And Student's Creativities To The Learning Outcomes On Continental Food Processing And Presenting Subject At State Vocational Senior High School 3 Bogor

Supari Muslim, Nisa Rahmaniyah Utami

Abstract


This study was conducted to determine the effect of ARIAS learning model and student creativities to the
learning outcomes on continental food processing and presenting subject at State Vocational Senior High School 3
Bogor.This study aims to: (1) obtain information on the differences in learning outcomes between students taught using
ARIAS learning model and students taught using direct learning; (2) obtain information on the differences in learning
outcomes between high creativity students and low creativity students; (3) obtain information on the relationship
between learning model and creativities and the students' learning outcomes on continental food processing and
presenting school's subject.This experimental study applied 2 x 2 factorial design, using moderator variable of student
creativity. In the experiment, separating level on students' creativities was not significantly performed between high creativity students and low creativity students. Students considered as high creativity students, if they had scored better than or equal to the median (≥ median) group, while students considered as low creativity students if they had scored
less than or below the median (< median) group. The study was performed into two classes, Class XI Hospitality 1 implementing ARIAS learning model, and class XI Hospitality 2 implementing direct learning model. The study found that learning outcomes in cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains which indicate significantly better than
students taught using direct learning (2) high creativity students indicate significantly better

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