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Mathematical Problem Solving Ability Viewed from Extrovert Introvert Personality Types on Cooperative Learning Models Type Rally Coach Sari, Dian Kartika; Mulyono, Mulyono; Sri Noor Asih, Tri
Unnes Journal of Mathematics Education Research Vol 8 No 2 (2019): December 2019
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang

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This research aims were (1) to know the quality of cooperative learning models type Rally Coach, (2) to describe students’ mathematical problem solving ability based on introvert personality type, and (3) to describe students’ mathematical problem solving ability based on extrovert personality. This study was a mixed method research with using sequential explanatory design. The population was 8th grade students of SMP N 1 Sumbang academic year 2017/2018. The subjects was selected based on extrovert personality type and introvert personality type. Data was collecting by questionnaire, observation, test, and interview. The result showed that (1) Cooperative learning models type Rally Coach was on good category (2) student with type personality introvert resolve the problem solving able to understand a problem well, plan problem solving well, carry out the problem will according to plan, and looking back for the against answer (3) student with type personality extrovert resolve the problem solving able to understand a problem well, plan problem solving well, in carry out a plan student cannot sit in an implement well that will not find correct answer, student cannot check their answer.
PENGARUH FAKTOR-FAKTOR KUALITAS KEHIDUPAN KERJA TERHADAP KOMITMEN ORGANISASI KARYAWAN Sari, Dian Kartika
Aplikasi Administrasi: Media Analisa Masalah Administrasi Vol 17, No 01 (2014)
Publisher : Universitas Hang Tuah

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Focus of this study is the effect of quality of work life factor (compensation, participation, supervision, career development, physical environment, workplace integration) in commitment organization. This research is a quantitative study using regretion and sample in this research is using cluster sampling.This research is using SPSS 16.0 for windows showed that the factor of quality of work life (compensation, participation, supervision, career development, physical environment, workplace integration) have positive effort with employee organizational commitment. The result data SPSS showed that the compensation has dominant factor coefficients t 3,691 and physical environment doesn 't have effect to employee organizational commitment with coefficients t 1.9'6. Based on the results research, company should give training appropriate to the competence and give opportunity employee to socialize in their physical environment.Keywords: quality of work life, organizational commitment