**Evaluation of Group Learning Model to Group Exchange on Student Learning Outcomes of X Class Students MAN 1 Kolaka **

**ABSTRACT**

** ^{1}**Widyawanti

**Chairuddin**

^{2}**Ramlan, Andi Mariani**

^{3}This research is an experimental research with the aim to know (1) mathematics learning result of students of X MAN 1 Kolaka class which is taught by using *Group to Group Exchange* learning model; (2) mathematics learning result of X MAN 1 Kolaka class students taught by using conventional learning model; (3) whether the *Group to Group Exchange* learning model is more effective than the conventional learning model on learning outcomes. The hypothesis of this research is that the average of mathematics learning outcomes of students taught by using *Group to Group Exchange* learning model is more effective than the result of learning mathematics students are taught with conventional learning models. The population in this study is all students of class X which is spread in 5 parallel classes with the number of 196 people. Class sampling is done by using simple cluster random sampling technique. The simple cluster random sampling technique is to take two classes randomly to determine the control class and the experimental class, with the research sample from the two classes totalling 73 people. Data retrieval is done by means of learning result test and observation sheet which then used to obtain data on student learning result of mathematics. Data analysis techniques use descriptive statistics and inferential statistics. The results of empirical research (descriptive) showed that (1) the average of learning outcomes of mathematics students of class X.3 taught by *Group to Group Exchange* learning model consisting of 38 students showed the minimum value of 71, the maximum value of 85, the mean (mean) 75.26, with a variance of 17.17 and a standard deviation of 4.14; (2) the average of mathematics learning to result of grade X.1 students taught with conventional learning model consisting of 35 students showed minimum score 65, maximum score 80, mean (mean) 69,69, with variance 14,93 and standard deviation 3.86; (3) through analysis of observation sheet of teacher activity and student activity in both research classes have shown active criterion with mean percentage equal to 70% – 80%. Inferential research using t-test has been obtained value = 5.93> 1.99, then H_{0} rejected and H_{1} accepted. From the results of this study can be concluded that the results of learning mathematics students with model learning *Group to Group Exchange* better than both the conventional learning model in the MAN class X MAN 1 Kolaka.

**Keywords:** Effectiveness, *Group to Group Exchange*, Learning Outcomes.