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Entrepreneurship laboratory-based learning to increase students' interest in entrepreneurship Sholekhah, Irmadatus; Indartono, Setyabudi; Fitriana, Erna
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 52, No 2 (2019): JULY 2019
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The aim of this study was to determine the effect of entrepreneurship laboratories (UNY Plaza) on the students’ interest. The research was conducted at the Faculty of Economics, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta. The questionnaire was used as a data collection tool distributed to 240 respondents. The results showed that the value of t count of 3.489 and t table of 1.6 means tcount > ttable. Then this study succeeded in proving the hypothesis which states that the UNY Plaza entrepreneurial laboratory has a positive effect on the interest of entrepreneurial students of the Faculty of Economics, University of Yogyakarta. Based on the analysis results, 29.6 percent of students' interest in entrepreneurship is explained by entrepreneurial laboratory variables, while 70.4 percent are explained by other factors that are not the focus of research.
Improvement of students’ learning outcome in primary schools using examples non-examples learning model Chrisandi, Paskalis Danan Nostra; Koeswati, Henny Dewi
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 52, No 2 (2019): JULY 2019
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This study aims to determine the increase in students’ learning outcomes in primary schools. This type of research is Classroom Action Research (CAR) which refers to the theory of Kemmis and Mc Taggart. PTK uses 4 stages, namely planning, action and observation, and reflection. PTK is carried out through 2 cycles where 3 cycles are held in each cycle. Problem solving solutions with examples non examples learning models. The results of the study were obtained from 27 fifth grade students of SD N Pasekan 03 Ambarawa. Data collection techniques are tests and ratting skills or scale skills. Data analysis is done by statistical statistics or descriptive statistics. Complete pre-cycle learning is 10 students with a percentage reaching 37.04% and those that are not complete there are 17 students with a presentation of 62.96%. Cycle 1 which has reached the completeness limit of 13 students with a percentage of 48.15% and 14 students who have not finished with a percentage of 51.85%. Cycle II the percentage of completeness reached 81.48% with a number of 22 students who had completed and 5 students who had not finished with a percentage of 18.52%. Based on the results of the study, it was found that there was an increase in the learning outcomes of class V students in theme 8 of sub-theme 1 learning 1 and 2 using examples non examples learning models.
Multicultural education management in Indonesian Language learning for foreign students in Indonesia Koeswanti, Henny Dewi
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 52, No 2 (2019): JULY 2019
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The purpose of Indonesian language learning for BIPA (Indonesian Language Learning for Foreign Speakers) students emphasizes the involvement/participation of students in the learning process. This study contains 1) the nature of educational management for foreign students studying in Indonesia; 2) implementation of educational management in Indonesian language learning for foreign speakers (BIPA); 3) Indonesian language learning plans for BIPA students; and 4) the implementation of Indonesian language learning for BIPA students based on the introduction of Indonesian culture. Data collection techniques in this study use observation, document analysis, interviews and documentation techniques. Then, data analysis techniques are carried out by means of data collection, data reduction, data presentation and conclusion drawing. The management of education for BIPA students is different from the management of education for Indonesian students because BIPA students consist of various cultures and different countries. The implementation of education management must also be included in the semester implementation plan (RPS), learning syllabus, and learning evaluation in the BIPA class. Learning plans in the BIPA class are also important to highlight because they will present facts that are different from the language learning plan in the regular class. The results of this study are highlights and ideas in educational management and Indonesian language learning in the BIPA program. This can be implemented in Indonesian language learning for foreign students in the BIPA class to be more effective based on the introduction of Indonesian culture because foreign students will be enthusiastic and interested in Indonesia's rich and diverse cultural products. The implication of the idea in this article is that it can be used as a reference material in the implementation of BIPA program educational management and provide insight and reinforcement about the role of Indonesian culture as a supporting tool in the learning process in the BIPA program.
PENERAPAN MODEL PEMBELAJARAN FLIPPED CLASSROOM TIPE PEER INSTRUCTION FLIPPED UNTUK MENINGKATKAN SELF-EFFICACY PADA SISWA PRA SEJAHTERA Zamnah, Lala Nailah
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 52, No 2 (2019): JULY 2019
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This study aims to examine the improvement of self-efficacy of underprivileged students. The design of this study is a non-equivalent control group involving two classes. The first class obtained learning using Flipped Classroom type Peer Instruction Flipped and the second class obtained conventional learning. The instrument used in this study is a self-efficacy questionnaire. This research was conducted in Class XI in one of the Vocational Schools in Ciamis. Data analysis using the Mann-Whitney test. The results showed that learning using Flipped Classroom type Flipped Peer Instruction had an influence on increasing the self-efficacy of underprivileged students.
Implementation of numbered head together model to increase students’ activeness and learning output in primary schools Prakoso, Benny; Radia, Elvira Hosein
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 52, No 2 (2019): JULY 2019
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The purpose of this study was to determine the increase in activeness and learning outcomes of the 4th grade students of SD Negeri Pasekan 03 Ambarawa District by applying the Numbered Head Together (NHT) model. This type of research was a classroom action research accomodating a research model by Kemmis and Mc Taggart carried out with 4 stages including planning, action, observation and reflection, which carried out 2 cycles which each cycle consisted of 3 meetings. The results of the study were obtained from class IV SD Pasekan 03 students totaling 30 students (1) in the pre-cycle learning outcomes of student learning outcomes during the learning there were 20 students who did not complete with a percentage of 33.3% and 10 completed with percentages 66.66% of students in pre-cycle learning. (2) in learning using Numbered Head Together (NHT) learning model in the first cycle of students who completed 14 students with a percentage of 46.67% and those who did not complete 16 students with a percentage of 53.33%. (3) the results of the study in the second cycle of students who completed 24 students with a percentage of 80% and those that did not complete there were 6 students with a percentage of 20%. learning outcomes theme 7 sub-theme 1 learning 1 and 2 experienced a significant increase for 4th grade students of SD Negeri Pasekan 03, students seemed active, cheerful, pleasant and also enthusiastic in the learning process.
Development of problem-based learning module in economics to increase students’ critical thinking Maghfiroh, Lailatul; Mulyani, Endang
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 52, No 2 (2019): JULY 2019
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Improvement of primary school students’ activeness and outcome using discovery learning model in mathematics Pasaribu, Pingky Fitriany; Kristin, Firosalia; Anugraheni, Indri
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 52, No 2 (2019): JULY 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23887/jpp.v52i2.18261

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This study aims to determine the increase in activity and learning outcomes of 5th grade students of SD Negeri Randuacir 02 Salatiga Semester II Year 2018/2019 using the discovery learning model. This type of research is classroom action research (CAR). The research subjects were 29 students in grade 5. Procedure for classroom action research in the form of planning, implementation, observation and reflection. The action was carried out in two cycles with each cycle of three meetings. Data collection techniques in this study used observation and tests. The data analysis technique is done by using descriptive comparative analysis in the form of a percentage comparison in the initial conditions before the action is taken, the results of the first cycle, and the results of the second cycle. The results showed an increase in the activeness and learning outcomes of mathematics through the implementation of the discovery learning model. This is evidenced in the rubric of the activity of the first cycle, the average value is 29.66, the criteria are quite good, increasing in the second cycle with the average score being 45.03 criteria very good. The learning outcomes with the KKM provisions are 70, in the pre-cycle only 17.24% were completed, in the first cycle it increased to 55.18%, and in the second cycle the action increased to 72.41%.
Development of comic with discovery learning model as a media to increase students’ literacy in primary school Nurjannah, Isna Fitri; Wahyudi, Wahyudi; Setiawan, Yohana
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 52, No 2 (2019): JULY 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23887/jpp.v52i2.17883

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The purpose of this study was to develop and test the validity, practicality, and effectiveness of comic media based on Discovery Learning in thematic learning in primary school. This research method is R & D and uses the ADDIE design which has 5 stages, namely Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation. The validity of the module is analyzed using the expert test, the practicality of the product is seen from the student response questionnaire towards the media while the effectiveness of the module is analyzed using the results of analysis in accordance with the three aspects of literacy namely the process of understanding, reading goals, and reading behavior from the theme and comic books and paired-samples test t-test. The results of research on comic-based learning media with the Discovery Learning approach to improve the literacy of grade III elementary school students. Comics proved valid based on expert tests conducted. Evaluation of the media aspect validator obtained a score of 69 with a percentage of 92%. The material aspect validator got a score of 43 with a percentage of 86% and the learning aspect Validator got a score of 41 with a percentage of 82%. the comics proved to be practical based on the student questionnaire responses to the media, the researchers responded to give questionnaires to 35 grade III students obtained a percentage of 91%. Comics proved effective based on analysis of analysis results in accordance with the assessment of the three aspects of literacy, namely the process of understanding, reading goals, and reading attitudes from theme and comic books with an increase in reading theme books that obtained percentages from 80% to 92% after reading comics. an increase of 12%, and the results of the pretest and posttest at the significance level of 0,000. The average pretest was 62.89 while the posttest average was 86.34. Effectiveness can be seen from the increase in the number of students who achieve grades above the KKM. As many as 100% of students were declared complete at posttest while at pretest the number of students completed was 8.57%.

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