Incereasing students’ flexible thinking skills through the application of integrated open time learning model of the Massallo Kawali Tradition

Andi Sri Rahayu, Andi Muhammad Irfan Taufan Asfar, Andi Muhamad Iqbal Akbar Asfar, Aisyah Nursyam, Elvi Handayani, Andi Sitti Noer Azizah

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The purpose of this study was to see how the influence of the Massallo Kawali tradition integrated with the Open Time learning model in improving students' flexible thinking skills at SMA Negeri 11 Libureng. This research is a quantitative research type with a quasi-experimental type of nonequivalent control group type. The purpose of the study was to determine the improvement of students' flexible thinking skills through the application of Massallo Kawali's integrated Open Time learning model. The sampling technique used was non-random sampling with purposive sampling type, where class X MIPA 2 was the experimental class and class X MIPA 1 was the control class. The results showed that the students' flexible thinking ability with the integrated Open Time learning model of Massallo Kawali with the average value of the experimental class after learning was higher, namely 0.7613 compared to the average value of the control class, which was 0.3135. This shows that learning with the application of the integrated Open Time learning model of the Massallo Kawali game has increased the students' flexible thinking ability.

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