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Asep Sumpena
Contact Email
asep_sumpena@upi.edu
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+628562154899
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Program Studi Pendidikan Jasmani Kesehatan dan Rekreasi Fakultas Pendidikan Olahraga dan Kesehatan Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia Jl. Dr Setiabudhi No. 229 Bandung 40154 Indonesia Telp: (022) 2004750 Email: jpessofficial@upi.edu
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INDONESIA
Journal of Physical Education for Secondary Schools (JPESS)
ISSN : 27763307     EISSN : 27764648     DOI : https://doi.org/10.17509/jpess
Journal of Physical Education for Secondary Schools (JPESS), peer-reviewed journal (print and online) published by Physical Education Health and Recreation Study Program, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, which was founded in 2021. It publishes articles of a high standard on various aspects of the Physical Education covering a number of disciplinary bases, including Instructional models Teaching approach in Physical Education for Secondary Schools Teaching style in Physical Education for Secondary Schools The teaching method in Physical Education for Secondary Schools Content and curriculum knowledge in Physical Education for Secondary Schools Children and context knowledge in Physical Education for Secondary Schools Physical Fitness Students in Physical Education for Secondary Schools other disciplinary perspectives on Physical Education for Secondary Schools
Articles 19 Documents
Analysis of Literature Study of Tactical Learning Approaches to Learning Outcomes of Passing and Dribbling in Soccer Skills Dicky Tri Juniar; Krisnadiandra Krisnadiandra; Tite Juliantine; Jajat Darajat Kusuma Negara
Journal of Physical Education For Secondary Schools Vol 1, No 1 (2021): Improving Quality of Life Through of Physical education
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (286.923 KB) | DOI: 10.17509/jpess.v1i1.33123

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Learning Physical education, sport and health (PJOK - Pendidikan Jasmani Olahraga dan Kesehatan) material in big ball games, especially soccer, has several basic techniques that can be mastered such as passing and dribbling. However, students who are new to basic techniques in soccer will certainly experience difficulties. Therefore an appropriate approach is needed, one of which is a tactical approach. This approach emphasizes the activeness of students movements during the learning process. This study aims to determine the effect of applying a tactical approach to improving the learning outcomes of passing and dribbling in soccer. The application of a tactical learning approach using basic soccer skills in the game of soccer can be used in training students basic such as passing and dribbling skills, by researching through simple literature studies using literature from various journal article sources found from international and national journal sites, after finding articles journals that include and match the inclusion criteria with the researcher's research, then a matrix is made which includes the name and year of the researcher, the research results, and the important results that the researcher can use. After that, the results of the literature study will be analyzed by the researcher. The conclusion that can be obtained is that the use of tactical learning approaches in soccer skills can support physical education learning to be more effective and the application of tactical learning approaches in soccer games can affect the passing and dribbling skills of students.
The Relationship between The Teaching Style of Pysical Education Teacher with Student Motivation of Learning Movement Syani Sunardi Mauludin; Bambang Abduljabar; Nuryadi Nuryadi
Journal of Physical Education For Secondary Schools Vol 1, No 1 (2021): Improving Quality of Life Through of Physical education
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The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between the teaching style of Physical Education teachers with students' motivation to learn motion in vocational high schools. The method used is descriptive method. The population in this study were physical education teachers and class XI. In the sampling of this study were 4 physical education teachers with saturated sampling techniques and class XI MM 2 at SMKN 1 Katapang using simple random sampling. This study used a teaching style questionnaire for Physical Education teachers and a questionnaire on students' motivation to learn motion. The results of this study indicate a correlation of 0.72 which has a strong relationship and there is a significant relationship marked with t-hitung = 4,29 t-tabel = 2,78. So it can be concluded that there is a relationship between the teaching style of Physical Education teachers with the motivation to learn movement of students at SMK Negeri 1 Katapang.
Application of Sport Education Models in Basic Movement Skills Passing Under the Volume Ball Game Hendri Munar; Ceppy Aditya; Mudjihartono Mudjihartono; Dian Budiana
Journal of Physical Education For Secondary Schools Vol 1, No 1 (2021): Improving Quality of Life Through of Physical education
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The main objective of this research is to determine the extent of implementation of sports education model on the basic movement skills of forearm pass in volleyball. The research method used was an experimental method with a pre-test and post-test control group research design. The subjects of this study were students of class VII SMPN 1 Plered Cirebon with total sample of 22 students divided into two groups, namely the experimental group and the control group. The research instrument used was a modified forearm pass accuracy test from the Braddy Volley Ball Test and documentation. The final results of this research, we could see there is an effect of the sports education model on improving learning outcome skills of forearm pass in volleyball game as the author has described above. The mean of the sports education model group has a value of 15.36 with a final score of 21.00 having a percentage difference of 70%. While the average value of the control group was 16.36 and the final score was 17.82 with a percentage difference of 59.4%. The t value is smaller than the t table, therefore the hypothesis is accepted. Thus it can be concluded that there is a significant effect on the sports education model group on the improvement of forearm pass in volleyball. Thus it can be concluded that there is a significant effect in the sports education group on the improvement of volleyball forearm pass skills.
Literature Study Analysis of The Application of Cooperative Learning Model in Futsal Game Learning on Problem Solving Abilities Reshandi Nugraha; Alviyan Dinda Kartika; Tite Juliantine; Asep Sumpena
Journal of Physical Education For Secondary Schools Vol 1, No 1 (2021): Improving Quality of Life Through of Physical education
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The ability to solve problems (Problem Solving) on students is often a crucial thing in learning, to re-hone the ability of Problem Solving should a teacher must be clever in using the appropriate learning models and media. The application of the cooperative learning model is a model that emphasizes student-centered learning, the cooperative learning model will place students in situations that they have to work together to think critically in any given problem. Physical education certainly will not be separated from the material to be taught, futsal game learning material is one of thematerial that is quite systematic in supporting cooperative learning model in making learning for making effective. The application of cooperative learning model in futsal game learning can be used to lead to systematic problem situations to see the problem solving ability (Problem Solving) by researching through literature studies from journal sources found from international and national journal sites, after finding journals that are cover and relevant with the author's research, then a matrix is made which includes the name and year of the author, the results of the study, and important results that can be used by the author. After that, the results of the literature study will be analyzed by the author and adjusted to the indicators that exist in the ability of Problem Solving
The Influence of Sport Education Model on Responsibility in Basketball Games Sisi Wulandari; Yudy Hendrayana; Carsiwan Carsiwan
Journal of Physical Education For Secondary Schools Vol 1, No 1 (2021): Improving Quality of Life Through of Physical education
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This research is behind the low responsibility of students who make the children less able in following the physical educaton lesson. The study also aims to determine and test the influence of Sport Education Model (SEM) on responsibility in basketball games. The methods used in this research are quantitative descriptive. The population in this research is secondary school 1 Cimahi. The samples in this the follow basketball activities amounting to 30 students and no the follow basketball activities amounting to 30 students n. In sampling researchers use purposive sampling techniques. This research uses instruments such as responsibility questionnaire and interview. The results showed that Sport Education Model (SEM) provides a significant influence on responsibility in basketball games.
Correlation of Outdoor Education With Student's Aggressive Attitudes Wawan Junresti Daya; Egi Septian Saputra; Lilis Komariyah; Sufyar Mudjianto
Journal of Physical Education For Secondary Schools Vol 1, No 1 (2021): Improving Quality of Life Through of Physical education
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The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between outdoor education and aggressiveness between students who have done outdoor education activities and students who have never done outdoor education activities for SMA 8 Bandung students. The approach uses quantitative descriptive and the method used in this research is ex post facto, data was obtained using the Bush and Perry Aggression Questionery instrument, with a sample of 104 class VI students divided into two groups, sampling using purposive sampling technique, data collection tools. in the form of a questionnaire with a questionnaire distribution event via google form. The results of the study were analyzed using the SPSS 26 application, with the independent sample t test. The results of this study indicate that the group that has done outdoor education activities has a lower level of aggressiveness compared to the group that has never done outdoor education activities
The Relationship Between Interest and Emotional Intelligence to Learning Outcomes in Fitness Activities in Physical Education FIDIANI AISYAH; DEFRI MULYANA; AANG ROHYANA; DICKY TRI JUNIAR
Journal of Physical Education For Secondary Schools Vol 1, No 2 (2021): Improving Quality of Life Through of Physical education
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Introduction: Intellectual intelligence (IQ) is needed in achieving learning achievement, but in some research studies, IQ is not the main factor in attaining learning achievement. Instead, there are other factors, namely emotional intelligence (EQ). Purpose: This study aims to find out information about the relationship between interest and emotional intelligence on learning outcomes. Methods: This research is descriptive quantitative with survey method. The population of this research is SMA KHZ Musthafa Sukamanah by taking a sample of class X using a proportional random sampling technique. From the secondary data that has been obtained in the form of the results of the assessment of fitness activity material by the teacher in which there is an assessment of cognitive, affective, and psychomotor then the author makes a questionnaire to be filled in by students. Results: Based on the interpretation table of the correlation value above, it can be seen that interest has a significant relationship with learning outcomes where the correlation value is 0.69 and is included in the moderate or sufficient category.  Conclusions: Based on data processing using statistical tests, it turns out that empirically there is a relationship between interest and emotional intelligence on student learning outcomes.
Application of Animation Video Media to Learning Outcomes Soccer Passing AGIDIA DWI VERONIKA SAPUTRI; MOCHAMAD RIDWAN
Journal of Physical Education For Secondary Schools Vol 1, No 2 (2021): Improving Quality of Life Through of Physical education
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Introduction: Massive policies from the government resulted in changes in the procedures for learning physical education in schools. In online distance learning, many students and teachers experience unpreparedness in learning. On the one hand it creates new problems because students have to understand the material in different ways and prepare internet quotas, but on the other hand it becomes a means of spreading the word. While Physical Education in schools is the function and purpose of each academic unit that forms individual students who are superior and qualified in all fields. Purpose: This study aims to determine the effect and how much the application of animated video media on the learning outcomes of soccer passing. Methods: This study was a quasi-experimental design with a nonrandomized control group pretest-posttest design. The research population was class VII F and VII H of SMPN 20 Surabaya students in 2021/2022, totaling 33 people. Learning outcomes data were collected through pretest and posttest. Data analysis used normality test, homogeneity test, and t-test with the help of SPSS version 26. Results: In the experimental group, the average value was 94.93.  Conclusions: Thus, it can be concluded that animated video media significantly affects soccer passing learning outcomes. It is recommended for teachers to use animated video media because it has become one of the efforts to improve student learning outcomes.
Implementation of Strengthening Character Education in Physical Education CARSIWAN CARSIWAN; ACHMAD SANUSI; YOSAL IRIANTARA; DETI ROSTINI
Journal of Physical Education For Secondary Schools Vol 1, No 2 (2021): Improving Quality of Life Through of Physical education
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Introduction: Character education is intended not only for individual interests but also for the benefit of society and the nation's future. Purpose: This research aims to analyze and describe the implementation of strengthening character education in learning physical education, sports, and health. Methods: This research uses a qualitative approach with a case study method. The research subjects were physical education teachers. Data collection techniques through observation, interviews, and documentation studies. Data analysis with steps: reduction, data presentation or data display, concluding. Results: The teacher implements learning by applying effective communication, coordinating all teaching, and being a leader. Conclusions: The implementation of strengthening character education is integrated with the performance of sports and health physical education learning. The teacher acts as a leader, coordinator, and communicator to move all students according to their respective duties and functions.
Survey on the Application of Assistive Technology in Physical Education ALIT RAHMAT; ASEP SUMPENA; TETEN HIDAYAT
Journal of Physical Education For Secondary Schools Vol 1, No 2 (2021): Improving Quality of Life Through of Physical education
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Introduction: Blind students need special services to learn skills that peers usually know; these services include skills in academic matters, orientation and mobility, socio-emotional development, independent living, recreation, career education, sensory efficiency, self-determination, and assistive technology, how important physical education teachers need the assistive technology training needs to get attention. Purpose: This study aims to determine whether assistive technology training in physical education for physical education teachers in Bandung is necessary or not. Methods: The study used a survey method using a questionnaire. This research is quantitative descriptive—the sampling technique used cluster random sampling technique. The research sample is all physical education teachers who are in the Bandung City environment totaling 100 teachers. The instrument used in this research is a simple questionnaire consisting of five survey questions. The data analysis technique used is quantitative descriptive statistics. Results: This study showed that 66% knew assistive technology, 25% said that assistive technology had been applied to physical education learning in schools in Bandung City, 18% said they had attended assistive technology training, 98% of physical education teachers could understand assistive technology after attending this training, and 98% of physical education teachers can add insight related to the implementation of assistive technology in physical education in the city of Bandung. Conclusions: The use of assistive technology in physical education learning can support learning to be more effective, and the creativity of physical education teachers is needed when making effective and efficient assistive technology. Therefore, massive assistive technology training is required for physical education teachers.

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