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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Development Of Multiple Intelligences-Based Learning Management Model

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Rahmat Mulyono, Siti Partini Suardiman, Lantip Diat Prasojo



focused group discussion, learning management, model testing, multiple intelligence-based learning, research and development



This research aims to create a model of multiple intelligencies-based learning management and test its effectiveness. The research design consists of three stages: 1) preliminary studies including literature study, field study, questionnaire distribution and focused group discussion; 2) model development including model drafting, model draft validation by practicioners and expert team, and model revision; and 3) limited testing, small group testing, extended testing, and final model revision. The research result provide a model of multiple intelligences-based learning management that consists of (a) learning material adjustment to the students intelligence; (b) study group classification based on the students intelligence level and class grade; (c) thematic learning approach based on the multiple intelligences themes; (d) the use of multiple intelligences-based active learning; (e) learning evaluation on the process and result; (f) outing class arrangement; (g) establishing cooperation with parents and stakeholder; and (h) the charismatic headmasters who have a lot of ideas are able to implement the function of management for multiple intelligences based learning. The result of model content testing reaches score of 4.55 (91.58%) under very good category and the result of model applicability testing reaches the score of 4.61 (92.20%) under very good category.



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