Discovery Learning Effect on Mathemathic Learning

Authors

  • David Okwina Faculty of Education, Uganda Martyrs University, Uganda

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47616/jamres.v1i1.12

Keywords:

Discovery learning model, Scientific Approach, Mathemathic Learning

Abstract

This study aimed to improve the mathematics learning through the application of the Discovery Learning model with a scientific approach. The application of the Discovery Learning learning model with an effective scientific approach can increase the frequency of activeness and activities in the teaching and learning process according to the observations of student attitudes during the implementation of classroom action research. It showed that Student learning outcomes that are not entirely satisfactory are also caused by several factors, namely individual student factors, student environment and school environment.

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Published

2020-08-14