Revitalising Anti Corruption Values in Economy Development as The Learning for Pre-service Teachers

Ninik Indawati, Ninik (2016) Revitalising Anti Corruption Values in Economy Development as The Learning for Pre-service Teachers. International Conference on Education and Social Science (UK-ICESS).

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This study aims to develop anti-corruption values in learning as the form of the economic development for pre-service teachers. This study uses Development Research Method according to procedural development model which is descriptive. It shows the steps which should be followed to produce the effective product to be used. The system approach model and steps designed and developed according to Dick & Carey. The method used is t test (Paired Samples Test) to know the affectivity of teaching material. Descriptive quantitative analysis technique is used to compare students’ ability before it is taught using teaching material after using teaching material. The research sample is 30 students who are selected using random technique. The result of study shows that pretest and posttest are very different significantly (P < 0.000, df = 29, t = -51.470), by the difference from both of them is -8.667. The negative values of their difference show that the pretest is lower than posttest. It means that the teaching material has increased the students’ learning result that is 8.67 compared to the previous condition. Based on the analysis result, it can be concluded that the teaching material is proven significantly to increase the students’ learning result. Keywords: Revitalisation of Anti Corruption Values, Economic Development, Pre-service Teachers

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Sosial dan Humaniora > Artikel
Sosial dan Humaniora > Konferensi atau Workshop
Divisions: Fakultas Ilmu Pendidikan > Pendidikan Ekonomi
Depositing User: Ninik Indawati Berty
Date Deposited: 22 Nov 2016 02:39
Last Modified: 22 Nov 2016 02:42

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