Last modified: 2020-02-02

#### Abstract

This research aims to: (1) analyze the student learning outcomes using the problem-based learning model, compare to the student learning outcomes using the direct learning model; (2) analyze the student learning outcomes that have a high level of learning motivation, compare to the student learning outcomes that have a low level of learning motivation; and (3) analyze the interaction between the learning model and the level of learning motivation towards the learning outcomes.** **The type of this research is experimental research that is the factorial design. The research population is all of the students in class X. Therefore, the research samples are the students of Class X of Culinary Art 1 as the experimental class and the students of Class X of Culinary Art 2 as the control class. The researcher analyzed the data using the analysis of variance (ANOVA) two-way Anova after accomplishing the normality and homogeneity test requirement.** **Based on the result of hypothesis test using ANOVA technique, the researcher found that: (1) the student learning outcomes of cognitive aspects using problem-based learning model was significantly higher than the student learning outcomes using the direct learning model; (2) the student learning outcomes of cognitive aspects that had a high learning motivation was significantly higher than the student learning outcomes that had a low learning motivation; (3) There is an interaction between learning model and learning motivation towards the learning outcomes in the cognitive aspect.