The effect of RADEC learning model (read, answer, discuss, explain, and create), school environment, and motivation on learning outcomes of students in grade vii in social studies subjects in MTS Negeri 2 Kotamobagu

Firman *, Meyko Panigoro, Zainal Abidin Umar, Heldy Vanni Alam and Frahmawati Bumulo

Postgraduate Program, Economic Education, Gorontalo State University, Indonesia.
Research Article
World Journal of Advanced Research and Reviews, 2024, 22(03), 1448–1459
Article DOI: 10.30574/wjarr.2024.22.3.1854
Publication history: 
Received on 14 May 2024; revised on 18 June 2024; accepted on 21 June 2024
One of the factors that can improve student learning outcomes is a good learning model, the school environment and also the student's own learning motivation. Students do not improve their learning outcomes if the learning model is not interesting, the use of a good learning model in the teaching and learning process is expected to attract students' attention to enthusiasm in receiving lessons. The learning model is also a form of problem solving that stimulates student motivation to learn, also supported by a good school environment can also encourage students to obtain optimal learning outcomes. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of the RADEC Learning Model (Read, Answer, Discuss, Explain, And Create), School Environment, and Motivation on the learning outcomes of seventh grade students in ips subjects at MTs Negeri 2 Kotamobagu. This research method uses a quantitative approach then testing the research hypothesis is done with a Structural Equation Model (SEM) based on Partial Least Square (PLS) and the number of respondents sampled in this study is the entire number of seventh grade students as many as 302 respondents. The results showed that the RADEC Learning Model (Read, Answer, Discuss, Explain, And Create), School Environment, and Motivation had an effect on student learning outcomes in class VII ips subjects. Teachers should understand and integrate the Radec learning model in every learning activity and encourage students to actively participate in learning. As well as providing constructive feedback related to student performance.
RADEC (Read; Answer; Discuss; Explain; And Create) Learning Model; School Environment; Motivation; Learning Outcomes
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