DEVELOPMENT, VALIDITY, AND RELIABILITY OF META-SELLER TUTORING MODULE
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Validity
reliability
modules development

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Bakar, M. A. A., & Norulhuda Ismail. (2019). DEVELOPMENT, VALIDITY, AND RELIABILITY OF META-SELLER TUTORING MODULE. Asia Proceedings of Social Sciences, 5(2), 123-127. https://doi.org/10.31580/apss.v5i2.1071

Abstract

This study aims to develop and determine the validity and reliability of the Meta-Seller Tutoring (M-ST) module. This M-ST module is developed through design and development research. ADDIE Model was applied as an instructional design guide. This M-ST module combining peer tutoring and metacognitive learning strategy models as it is content and module activities to enhance students' mastery of mathematics concepts. Experts, a mathematics teacher, and 31 students participated in the study to determine the content validity and reliability of the module. The results of the content validity analysis obtained that it is in an excellent rank with a validity percentage of 85.8%. The value of the reliability coefficient is 0.953 which also indicates that this module is at a very high level of trust. Based on the results, it can be concluded that this module is very useful and can be suggested as an intervention for mathematics learning. Teachers can integrate this module into teaching and learning to produce mathematics learning effectively.

https://doi.org/10.31580/apss.v5i2.1071
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