PENGARUH PENGGUNAAN MEDIA PEMBELAJARAN LAGU TERHADAP KEAKTIFAN SISWA DAN HASIL BELAJAR SISWA DI KELAS 3 SD KRISTEN SAINT JOHN BEKASI

2021 ◽  
Vol 6 (1) ◽  
Author(s):  
Donald Samuel Slamet Santosa ◽  
Mikhael Christupar

This research departs from the problem of the poor quality of online learning carried out by teachers since the Covid-19 pandemic. This causes low students activeness and learning outcomes. The purpose of this study was to increase students’ activeness and learning outcomes in the classroom through the media of songs. Furthermore, this research was to increase students’ learning outcomes. The research method used was Classroom Action Research (CAR) with the model used by Kemmis & Tagart. The object of the research was students of class 3B with a total of 21 students at Saint John Christian Elementary School in Indonesian Language subject. Data collection using an assessment rubric to measure student activity and a test to measure student learning outcomes. Data were analyzed descriptively. The results obtained on student activeness were that students who were categorized as very active and active reached 90% of students in the second cycle. On student learning outcomes, the results obtained are students who get complete results on student learning outcomes in the pre-cycle are 50% of students, in cycle 1 there are 89% of students and in cycle 2 are 91%. From these results, it has exceeded the target of the target, which should be 90% of students complete their learning outcomes. The conclusion is song learning media is able to increase students’ activeness and learning outcomes. This research is suggested for the teachers to use song learning media to increase student activeness and student learning outcomes.

2017 ◽  
Vol 1 (1) ◽  
pp. 85
Author(s):  
Delfi Yendri

This research is motivated by the poor results of Study Social Sciences (IPS) Student Class VI SDN 024 Tarai Bangun Kecamatan Tambang. This study aims to determine the resulting increase studying social sciences (IPS) student class VI SDN 024 Tarai Bangun Kecamatan Tambang through the application of learning strategies go to yuor post, which carried out for 1 month. The subjects were VI SDN 024 Tarai Bangun Kecamatan Tambang by the number of students as many as 38 people. Form of research is classroom action research. The research instrument consists of instruments and instrument performance data collection activity observation sheet form teacher and student activity. Based on the research, the conclusion to this study is based on the analysis and discussion in chapter IV can be concluded that the application of learning strategies go to yuor post can improve learning outcomes in the subject of social sciences grade VI SDN 024 Tarai Bangun Kecamatan Tambang. Evidenced by the increase in learning outcomes before action to the first cycle, to cycle II. Before the act of student learning outcomes classified as unresolved with an average of 59%, an increase in the first cycle by an average of 69%. While the results of student learning in the second cycle must be increased by an average of 75% with the category completed.


2018 ◽  
Vol 9 (1) ◽  
Author(s):  
Jamalia Jamalia

The purpose of this research is to increase learning outcome in MTK subjects in class V. This research is a Classroom Action Research, includes: planning, implementation, and reflection, 29 study subjects consisted of 15 males and 14 females, Data collection techniques used a written assessment on the basic competence of multiplying and dividing various forms of fractions, observations in the form of indicators of teacher and student, the results showed that pre cycle of percentage of student learning outcomes that is 38%, in the first cycle increased by a percentage 72%, teacher activity by 75%, and student activity by 70% and then in the second cycle is 100% complete, with the highest 85, the lowest 75, and the average 78,97. Based on these results, it can be concluded that CTL model can improve the learning outcomes of Mtk subject of grade V students at elementary school number 104 / IX Kedemangan


2018 ◽  
Vol 4 (2) ◽  
pp. 185
Author(s):  
Siti Nurohmah ◽  
Nanang Kosim ◽  
Dede Rohaniawati

This study aims to determine student learning outcomes in Arabic subjects before the application of Big Book media, the process of applying Big Book media and student learning outcomes after the application of Big Book media in class IV MI Naelushibyan. The research method used is classroom action research through four repetitive stages of planning, implementation, observation or observation, and reflection. The object of research was 15 students. The research instrument consisted of a teacher activity observation sheet, a student activity observation sheet and a written test. Data collection techniques use observation and test techniques. The results obtained from this study are the learning outcomes of students in the pre cycle get an average score of 53. The first cycle obtained the average value of teacher activity 72.2% and cycle II obtained an average value of 94.4%. Student activity in cycle I obtained an average value of 69.21% and cycle II obtained an average value of 91.07%. Student learning outcomes in cycle I obtained an average value of 77, cycle II obtained an average value of 83.6. It can be concluded that Big Book media can improve student learning outcomes.


2021 ◽  
Vol 8 (2) ◽  
pp. 271
Author(s):  
I Wayan Suada

The purpose of this study was to improve student learning outcomes about mixed arithmetic in the Mathematics learning process using learning strategies through sticky numbers games. This study uses a classroom action research method which is carried out in 2 (two) cycles. Each cycle is carried out in 4 (four) stages, namely planning, acting, observing, and reflecting. The subjects of this study were Grade VI students of SD Inpres 3 Tolai in the 2020/2021 school year. Data collection techniques using tests, observation, and documentation. The data analysis technique used in this research was qualitative and quantitative descriptive analysis. Based on the results of this study, it is known that the increase in student activity, the pre-cycle average is 49.68. In the first cycle it increased to 67.31, and the second cycle increased to 83.97. While the increase in student learning outcomes that have met the completeness value, namely pre-cycle by 50%. In the first cycle it increased, namely to be 79.17% and increased again in the second cycle to 100%.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (1) ◽  
pp. 90-101
Author(s):  
Wulan Rahayu Syachtiyani ◽  
Novi Trisnawati

The covid-19 pandemic has shifted the learning system in Indonesia to distance learning, or better known as online learning. Various education units carry out online learning, this can bring about changes in learning activities. Whether it’s from students, teachers and the learning environment. From the existing phenomena, the researcher wants to conduct an analysis related to learning motivation and student learning outcomes during the covid-19 pandemic. This study aims (1) to find out how student motivation during the covid-19 pandemic and (2) to find out how student learning outcomes during the covid-19 pandemic. This research is qualitative descriptive study using a qualitative approach. The research subjects were students of X OTKP class, vocational high school 1 Ngawi while the value of student learning outcomes was taken in the General Administration subject. Data collection techniques using interviews, observation, and documentation. While the data analysis technique uses percentages. From the research conducted, it was found that the six indicators of learning motivation got an average of 84,28%, which means that student learning motivation falls into the high motivation category. While the average value of student learning outcomes got a percentage of 82,64%. Which means that student learning the category of good learning outcomes.


Author(s):  
Agung Heri Wibowo

<p><em>The purpose of this research is to improve mastery of learning. One of the approaches used in the learning process is a thematic approach. This research uses classroom action research (PTK). The techniques used were data collection techniques using: (1) observation sheets (teachers and students), (2) test questions then analyzed using a percentage formula. The results of this study indicate that (1) the teacher activity in the first cycle with an average score of 2.91 in the sufficient category and in the second cycle the average score of 4.52 was in the very good category (2) the student activity in the first cycle with an average value of 2.86 was in the sufficient category and in the second cycle got an average value of 4.42 in the very good category. While student learning outcomes in the first cycle with a percentage value of 60.3%, and in the second cycle with a percentage value of 86.7%. Based on the results of the research, it can be concluded that with a thematic approach to the theme of Clean and Healthy Living can improve student learning outcomes in the class of SDN Kedungoleng 06.</em></p>


2021 ◽  
Vol 5 (2) ◽  
pp. 84-90
Author(s):  
Febrian Solikhin ◽  
Weni Inda Sari ◽  
Krisna Dewi

This research is a Classroom Action Research conducted at Public Senior High School 3 Bengkulu City, especially class XI MIPA 4. Online learning in this class reduces student learning activities. Many students are passive in learning. This affects decreasing their learning outcomes. For that, it is necessary to provide the appropriate treatment for solving the problem. This treatment is to apply a learning model that requires students to be more active in learning. One of them is the Numbered Head Together (NHT) learning model. This study aims to increase student activeness in the online learning process and improve student learning outcomes using the NHT model, especially chemical equilibrium material. The subjects of this study were 34 students of class XI MIPA 4. The instruments used were the student activeness observation sheet and the learning outcome test instrument. This research runs in 2 cycles, with each cycle consisting of planning, implementing, observing, and reflecting. The results obtained, overall, there was an increase in student activity in the online learning process and student learning outcomes. The percentage of student activeness in online learning increased from 40.19% in cycle I to 85.29% in cycle II. Meanwhile, the percentage of student learning outcomes completeness was risen from 55.88% in the first cycle to 82.35%. Both have achieved the target set, which is 75%.


2021 ◽  
Vol 1 (1) ◽  
pp. 88-93
Author(s):  
Wikriyah Wikriyah

The low learning outcomes of thematic science content at SDN Pajomblangan are due to the inactivity of students in participating in learning. For this reason, this type of research was conducted using classroom action research (CAR). This study aims to describe the steps in implementing the Problem Based Learning learning model and to find out the improvement in learning outcomes for class 5 science content. Data collection techniques used test techniques and non-test (observation) techniques. The analysis technique uses a quantitative descriptive technique. The results showed that the application of the Problem Based Learning model was able to improve student learning outcomes and activeness. The increase in learning outcomes showed that in the pre-cycle the student's level of completeness was 48%, for the first cycle the completeness level was 71%, and the second cycle the completeness level was 90%. While the increase in student activity in the pre-cycle is 50%, for the first cycle the student activity level is 68%, and the second cycle the student activity level is 87%. Based on the results of the study, it can be concluded that the Problem Based Learning learning model can improve learning outcomes and student activity.


Author(s):  
Erwoko Erwoko

This study aimed to determine the increase in student activity and learning outcomes through the implementation of the Problem Based Learning (PBL) model. This research is based on the fact that the average score of students is deficient; as many as 18 students have not completed, while 16 students have completed learning. This research is classroom action research conducted in 3 cycles. The method of data collection was carried out through observation. Data analysis was carried out by comparing the test results in cycle 1, cycle 2, and cycle 3 with descriptive techniques. The results of this study indicate that the application of the Problem Based Learning model assisted by Edmodo in the subject of Animation can improve student learning outcomes. In the first cycle, it was 47%, in the second cycle, it increased to 74%, then in the third cycle it increased to 88%, so with these data, it can be concluded that the achievement of the research success criteria for student learning outcomes has been achieved. Thus, it can be concluded that class IX students' learning outcomes and learning activities in the Lua-Based Network Technology lesson at SMKN 1 SEMENDAWAI SUKU III have increased.


Author(s):  
Sohifatul Hayati ◽  
Nyoto Harjono

This study aims to increase the activities and thematic learning outcomes through the application of an environment-based Inquiry model. The type of research used is classroom action research in two cycles with the look, think, and act stages. The subjects of the study were grade 4A students of SDN Salatiga 06, totaling 33 students. Data collection techniques used in this study are test and non-test techniques. Nontes technique in the form of observations on student activities, this observation is done by observation, and documentation during the learning process. This research is said to be successful if at least 80% of students get a score of penelitian 75. The results of the study show: (1) The score of pre-cycle activity in grade 4A is 43.77% and the score of completeness of the results of pre-cycle learning of students is 64% with the average score 60.50; (2) The score of student activity in the first cycle was 72.02% and the completeness score of student learning outcomes was 73.50% with an average score of 72.30; (3) Student activity scores in cycle II amounted to 83.50% with an average score of 83.15 and student completeness learning outcomes on a 91% cycle with an average value of 87.25. The data shows that in the first cycle the activity and learning outcomes have not met expectations which means that the indicators of success have not been achieved while in cycle II the activities and learning outcomes are in line with expectations which means that the indicators of success have been achieved.


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