Ramdan Pelana
Fakultas Ilmu Keolahragaan Universitas Negeri Jakarta

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MANAJEMEN PEMBELAJARAN YANG MENYENANGKAN PADA MATA PELAJARAN PENDIDIKAN JASMANI OLAHRAGA DAN KESEHATAN (PJOK) PELANA, RAMDAN
JURNAL PENDIDIKAN DASAR Vol 3, No 6 (2012): JURNAL PENDIDIKAN DASAR
Publisher : PPs UNJ

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Physical Education is essentially an integral part of a total sum education system aims to develop aspects of health, physical fitness, critical thinking skills, emotional stability, social skills, reasoning and moral action through physical activity and sport. Physical Education in the learning process, teachers are expected to teach a variety of sports basic movement skills, techniques and strategies of games and sports, internalization of values (sportsmanship, honesty, cooperation, etc.) and habituation of healthy living. In the lesson the teacher can provide a variety of approaches that students are motivated and keen to keep learning. To have the ability to manage learning (pedagogical) well, of course, teachers need to understand the important elements related to learning management.Keywords: Physical Education, Learning, Management, Fun
Games Based Model of Volleyball Passing Exercise for Junior High School Student Aini, Khurotul; Asmawi, Moch; Pelana, Ramdan
ACTIVE: Journal of Physical Education, Sport, Health and Recreation Vol 9 No 1 (2020)
Publisher : Department of Physical Education, Sport, Health and Recreation

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The purpose of the study was to develop a model of volleyball passing exercise through games. The study used qualitative and quantitative using Research and Development from Borg and Gall which consists of ten stages. The subject in this research is junior high school student in Makasar. Data were collected through interview and questionnaire. Data analysis was done descriptively, qualitatively and quantitatively. The results of finding show that games have given exercise variation which makes some students interest and fun when they do volleyball passing exercise. The model has twenty types of games in volleyball passing exercise.
Forehand Lob Technique Model in Badminton Using Drill Hasibuan, Nurman; Dlis, Firmansyah; Pelana, Ramdan
ACTIVE: Journal of Physical Education, Sport, Health and Recreation Vol 9 No 2 (2020)
Publisher : Department of Physical Education, Sport, Health and Recreation

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Badminton is a popular sport in Indonesia for children to adults. This can be seen from many people in cities and villages who play badminton both in indoor and outdoor courts. The purpose of this study was to develop the basic techniques of forehand lob in badminton using the drill. The research method was research and development using Borg and Gall models. The process of collecting data used documents, questionnaires, observation and tests. Model analysis techniques used (1) trial in small and large groups; and (2) judgment expert. The results show that there are two types of net used in the development of the model namely standard net and multilevel net. Each type of exercise consists of 6 models which are model L, V, U, N, W, and M. Each level has three categories, namely easy, medium, and difficult.
Effectiveness of ACIK (Anak Ceria dan Kreatif) Gymnastics Model Implementation to Improve Child's Kinesthetic Basic Motion Sukmawati, Noviria; Dlis, Firmansyah; Pelana, Ramdan; Kesumawati, Selvi Atesta
ACTIVE: Journal of Physical Education, Sport, Health and Recreation Vol 9 No 2 (2020)
Publisher : Department of Physical Education, Sport, Health and Recreation

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Kinesthetic intelligence is the movement to coordinate body movements using parts or the whole body to communicate and solve problem parts. This research uses a quantitative approach with a quasi-experimental method (quasi-experimental). The design used in this study is the one group control pretest-posttest design. This researcher used the TGMD 2 test instrument. Based on the results of the effectiveness test, it was proven that the average value of the experimental class's posttest effectiveness test results was 77.4048% greater than the results of the control class posttest score of 50.1343%. Then it can be concluded that the ACIK (Anak Ceria dan Kreatif) gymnastics model proved to be effectively applied to improve the kinesthetic basic motion of kindergarten students. From the results of these studies, it is necessary to submit a suggestion that is especially for kindergarten teachers should be more creative and innovative in designing and delivering learning materials, especially in physical motor material.