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Implementation of an environmental-based alternative integrative thematic model to increase meaningfulness and learning outcome Kharisma, Itsna; Mawardi, Mawardi
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 51, No 3 (2018): October 2018
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This study was aimed at improving the meaningfulness and learning outcomes of grade 2 students of SDN Gendongan 02 Tingkir District of Salatiga City by applying an environmental-based alternative integrative thematic design. This study was applied to 39 students as the subject and used Stringer model in 2 cycles with look, think, and act phases. The data collection instruments were test, questionnaires, observation sheets, and field notes. The test instruments were used to determine student learning outcomes. The questionnaire was used to determine the meaningfulness of student learning. While the observation sheet and field notes were used to monitor the course of learning according to the learning scenario. The data analysis technique was descriptive comparative technique. The results show that there is an improvement from cycle I to cycle II, in both meaningfulness and student learning outcomes. Therefore, the environmental-based alternative integrative thematic design can be used to improve learning meaningfulness and student learning outcomes.
The development of mathematics teaching materials based higher order thinking skills in improving logical thinking skills Anriani, Nurul; Pamungkas, Aan S.
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 51, No 3 (2018): October 2018
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The purpose of this research is to produce a mathematics material based on high order thinking skills in improving the logical thinking skills of junior high school students. The material in this resource is ‘SOLID” for junior high school students of class VIII. This research is research and development. The development model used includes potential problems, information gathering, product design, design validation, design improvements, product trials, and product revisions. The test of validity and practicality of the product is assessed by experts, teachers and students. The final product trial was conducted in several schools in Banten province. Effectiveness is tested using inferential statistical by looking at the significant difference of pretest and post-test value regarding students' logical thinking skills. The results showed that the product of development results including the category is very valid according to the experts, practically according to the assessment of teachers and students. The resulting product was also effective according to the mean difference test showing that there were significant differences before and after the teaching materials were given at a significance level of 5%.
Implementation of cooperative learning model type Jigsaw in social science to increase students’ learning outcome Permata, Dian; Slameto, Slameto; Radia, Elvira H.
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 51, No 3 (2018): October 2018
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This study that aimed at improving learning outcomes in social science using cooperative learning model type Jigsaw in social science. The model was implemented in a primary school. This learning model was developed into 2013 curriculum-based learning. We conducted the study into cycle 1 and cycle 2, each consisted of 3 meetings. The research subjects were 4th grade students. The research design was arranged based on planning, action, and reflection. Results show that there is an increase in the number of students passing the minimum requirement. Therefore, Jigsaw can improve students’ learning outcomes.
Effect of self-confidence on high school student's social adjustment Christanto, Flavianus A.; Susilo, Tritjahjo D.; Windrawanto, Yustinus
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 51, No 3 (2018): October 2018
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The objective of this research was to evaluate whether self-confidence influenced students’ social adjustment significantly. One hundred and twenty students in Class X SMA Kristen 1 Salatiga was sampled and given questionnaires regarding self-confidence and social adjustment. The data was then analyzed quantitatively using simple linear regression. Results showed that there was a significant positive influence of self-confidence on social adjustment. Self-confidence explained 26.40% variation of social adjustment.
Developing educative snake and ladder learning media to improve understanding on living creature concept Agustina, Winarti; Hapidin, Hapidin; Tarwiyah, Tuti
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 51, No 3 (2018): October 2018
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The objective of this research was to develop educative snake and ladder learning media to improve the understanding on concept of living creature on early childhood. The research was conducted in Bekasi municipality with R&D method. The results indicated that in aspects of (1) availability of learning media: 75% of teachers used the learning media optimally and 67% of teachers perceived that the learning media made available by the school was less supportive to the learning: (2) requirement: only 25% of teachers who used the game media in learning and 83% of teachers recognized that the learning material in theme books was very supportive to use the media; (3) process: 83% of teachers had difficulty to present the learning material due to children characteristics which are active and aggressive and 75% of teachers recognized that the children’s understanding level regarding the media presented was still low; expectation: 92% of teachers supported the making of educative snake and ladder learning media. Tests administered to the students regarding the living creative concept obtained average score 52,44, which means insufficient.
Student teams achievement divisions (STAD) to enhance learning outcome Patimah, Siti; Slameto, Slameto; Setyaningtyas, Eunice W.
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 51, No 3 (2018): October 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23887/jpp.v51i3.15925

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This study aimed at determining the increase in students’ learning outcomes in social science by applying the student teams achievement divisions (STAD) model with the steps based on Curriculum 2013. This research was a type of a classroom action research which was conducted in two cycles in 33 fourth grade students in a primary school in Salatiga in second semester of academic year 2017/2018. Data was collected using test and non-test techniques with help of evaluation test and an observation sheet. Results show improvement of learning outcomes by applying STAD model on social science subjects. The average completeness of learning outcomes increased from pre-cycle to cycle II. At pre-cycle, the average was 57.71 with 31,42% completeness, at cycle I was 68.28 with 50% completeness, and cycle II was 70 with 71.87% completeness. Therefore, applying the STAD model can improve the learning outcomes of primary students in social science.
Development of exposition text writing materials based on contextual approach Sari, Arista M.; Rasyid, Yumna; Muliastuti, Liliana
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 51, No 3 (2018): October 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23887/jpp.v51i3.15924

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The purpose of this study was to develop teaching material for exposition text writing based on a contextual approach for class X high school students. This teaching material is needed to support students' ability to write exposition text. Based on the results of observation and analysis of initial needs, students find it difficult because the text used in the textbook used is not contextual so it is difficult to understand students. The research carried out was by using research and development method which refers to the development of Borg and Gall which is tailored to the needs. This study was designed according to the needs of students in class X BPS & K I Jakarta High School. The book cover is designed to describe the contents of the material in this product. The content of the product consists of seven materials. The material is (1) Composing the sentence of nominal and verbal sentences. (2) Introducing paragraph reasoning patterns. (3) Facts and opinions in the exposition text. (4) Arranging the first exposition text structure, namely the thesis. (5) Arranging the structure of the second epic text, namely classes. (6) Arranging the third exposition text structure that is the conclusion. (7) Arranging exposition texts with appropriate structures and rules. All material, examples, texts, exercises, and illustrations of images contained in the teaching materials are adapted to the environment in Jakarta. The presence of contextual teaching materials is expected to facilitate students to study exposition texts.

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