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Elementary School Teacher
ISSN : 25806912     EISSN : 27752968     DOI : https://doi.org/10.15294/est
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Jurnal ilmiah hasil penelitian di bidang ke-SD-an. Jurnal ini menjadi wadah mahasiswa PGSD, guru SD, dosen PGSD, dan pihak lain yang menekuni bidang ke-SD-an. Abstrak ditulis dalam bahasa Indonesia dan bahasa Inggris, isi artikel ditulis dalam bahasa Indonesia atau bahasa Inggris.
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MEDIA DEVELOPMENT OF MATERIAL BOOKLETS PRAYING PERSONAL POETRY FOR GRADE IV SD STUDENTS Wulandari, Tika; Sismulyasih, Nugraheti
Elementary School Teacher Vol 4, No 1 (2020): Elementary School Teacher
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/est.v4i1.29010

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Based on pre-research in class IV SDN Tambangan 01 found a lack of innovation. So it was been an impact on the low learning outcomes. Submission of material by the teacher still seems dominant. So a researcher wants to develop a media booklet. This study aims to develop a media booklet, studies the feasibility and effectiveness of the media booklet on the material express personal poetry in class IV SDN Tambangan 01 Semarang City. The method wich had been used in this research was a Sugiyono Research and Development (R&D) which consists of (1) potential and problem stages, (2) data collection, (3) product design, (4) design validation, (5) design revision, (6) product trials, (7) product revisions, (8) trials usage. The subjects of this stdy were several students in class IV SDN Tambangan 01 Semarang. Data collecting techniques were using observation, interviews, documentation, questionnaires, and tests. Data analyzing techniques were using product feasibility, initial and final data analysis (t test and N-Gain test). The result of the booklet feasibility test that from media experts obtained the percentage of 93.45% and the assessment of material experts obtained the percentage 91.6%. The booklet media effectiveness used in accordance with the result of the t test showed t arithmetic> t table (11,367> 1,697), then Ho was rejected and the pretest and posttest gain a result which was 0,552 with a criteria that support the effectiveness booklet media . The result of the questionnaire responses of teachers and students showed a very positive answer that make booklet media was more effective in its users.
The Correlations Between Students’ Interest and Parental Guidance with Learning Outcome of Social Science Rahmawati, Isa Ansori, Nuzulia
Elementary School Teacher Vol 2, No 1 (2018): Elementary School Teacher
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/est.v2i1.16441

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This investigation was aimed at finding out the relations between students’ interests and parents’ guidance with grade V students of SD Gugus Melati of Semarang City’s social science learning outcome. This is correlational study. The targeted population consisted of 145 grade V students of SD GugusMelati of Semarang City, and proportional random sampling, I choose 43 students as samples. The data were collected through questionnaire fulfilling, interviews, and documentation. While I used students’interests questionnaire and parental guidance interview sheet as research instruments. I applied normality test and linearity test as the requirement analysis. And I applied simple linear regression analysis, multiple linear regression analysis, and coefficient of determination. The study shows that:(1) the relations between students’ interestsand social science learning, I got score: rtotal is bigger than rtable(0.682 > 0.301) Ha is acceptable, (2) the relations between parents’ guidance and social science learning outcome, I got score:rtotal is bigger than rtable (0.819 > 0.301) Ha is acceptable, (3 out the relations between students’ interests and parents’ guidancewith students’social science learning outcomeI got score:rtotal is bigger than rtable (0.739 > 0.301), thus Ha is acceptable.
Relations Between Parenting Styles and Learning Motivation with Social Science Learning Outcomes Widoresmi, Dinari; Abidin, Zaenal
Elementary School Teacher Vol 3, No 1 (2019): Elementari School Teacher
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/est.v3i1.28034

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This research was backgrounded by preliminary research data. It was found that parents were busy working, students were not enthusiastic in learning process, and social science learning outcomes was not optimal. This aim of researchis toreveal the correlation of parenting patterns and learning motivation with Social Science learning outcomes. This type of research is a correlational quantitative research with sample amount of 136 students taken using the quota sampling. Data collection techniques used interview, questionnaires, and documentation. In addition, data analyses used descriptive statistical analysis, product moment correlation, multiple correlation, simple and mutiple regression. The results showed that there were positive and significant correlation between parenting patterns and social science learning outcomes amount of 0.736, learning motivation and social science learning outcomes amount of 0.725, parenting patterns and learning motivation simultaneously with social science learning outcomes amount of 0.805, contribution of parenting patterns with social science learning outcomes amount of 54.2%, contribution of learning motivation with social science learning outcomes amount of 52.5%, contribution of parenting patterns and learning motivation with social science learning outcomes amountof 64.9%. Those can be concluded that there are positive and significant correlation between parenting patterns and learning motivation with Social Science learning outcomes of fourth-grade students in Primary School, Group of Ki Hajar Dewantara, South Kaliwungu Subdistrict, Kendal Regency.
Developing an Edutainment-Based Probing-Prompting Learning Model for Teaching Civic Education Subject to Fifth Graders Abbas, Atip Nu rharini, Nuraeni
Elementary School Teacher Vol 1, No 1 (2017): Elementary School Teacher
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/est.v1i1.16526

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This study was conducted based on the problem found in the teaching and learning process of civic education subject that has not used various learning model yet. In fact, this phenomenon caused the low achievement of students in this subject. Further, this study was intended to develop an edutainment-based probing-prompting learning model for teaching civic education subject. For more, the research and development design was employed to purse this objective. Meanwhile, the data collection techniques used were questionnaire, observation, interview, tests, and documentation. Accordingly, the result showed that: (1) the learning model was developed regarding learning model components as well as teachers and students' needs; (2) the material experts gave 85% score (feasible), while the experts of learning model gave 81.25% score (feasible); (3) there found cognitive learning achievement average with t-test value as many as -6.298 and also improvement of 0.48 with fair criterion. The developed model also gave effective result on the affective and psychomotor learning achievement with the averages of 88.49 and 91.27. Therefore, this study concludes that the edutainment-based probing-prompting learning model is feasible and effective for teaching civic education subject. Also, this study suggests that this product is used by teachers to improve students' learning achievement.
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE STANDARD MEDIA ASSISTED CTL MODEL ON MATHEMATICS LEARNING OUTCOMES Safitri, Tyas Rima; Trimurtini, Trimurtini
Elementary School Teacher Vol 4, No 1 (2020): Elementary School Teacher
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/est.v4i1.29011

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This study aimed to test the effectiveness of contextual teaching and learning model assisted by geoboard on mathematics learning outcomes of area and perimeter subject in the fourth grade at Tamansari Cluster Elementary School Kebumen Regency. The design of this study was quasi-experimental in the form of nonequivalent control group. The population in this study were all the fourth grade students at Tamanwinangun 4 Elementary School as the experimental class and fourth grade students at Tamanwinangun 3 Elementary School as the control class. The data collection techniques used test and non-test techniques. The hypothetical analysis test used the z test, t test and N-gain test. The result showed that the CTL learning model assisted by geoboard was more effective which surpassed 75% of the passing grade while the control class did not reach 75%, tcount (4.06)> ttable (1.67), and n-gain experimental class (0.6529)> control class (0.5078). The conclusion of this research was that the CTL learning model assisted by geoboard was more effective to gain the mathematics learning outcomes in the fourth grade at Tamansari Cluster Elementary School Kebumen Regency.
The Development of Interactive Flipbook-Formed Teaching Material to Improve the of Grade 4 Students’ Social Science Learning Outcomes Solikhatun, Florentina Widihastrini, Rizky
Elementary School Teacher Vol 2, No 2 (2018): Elementary School Teacher
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/est.v2i2.16802

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Social studies learning outcomes for some students have not yet reached the KKM (Minimum Score Criteria), this is influenced by the limited teaching materials and the use of less optimal learning media. This research was a type of development research. This study was aimed to develop flipbook teaching materials, to test the feasibility of flipbook, test materials and the effectiveness of flipbook as teaching materials.The subject of this research was the fourth grade students of SDN Kandri 01 Semarang city, Central Java. In this study, researchers used saturated sample technique with a total of 42 students. The Data was collected by observation techniques, interviews, questionnaires, tests and documentation. Researchers processed data using product data analysis, early data analysis, t test, and gain test. The results showed that the flipbook material was very feasible to use with the percentage expert material assessment of 87.5%, media experts of 87.5% and linguists 75%. Based on learning outcomes there was an average difference through the t test of 7,113 and the average increase of 0,349 with medium criterion. As conclusion, the flipbook teaching materials was very feasible and effective for helping the student to learn about IPS Subject
DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATIONAL COMIC MEDIA BASED ON POWERPOINT CLASS III INDONESIAN LANGUAGE CONTENT Hermawanti, Oermila; Susilaningsih, Sri
Elementary School Teacher Vol 4, No 2 (2020): Elementary School Teacher
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/est.v4i2.29027

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This study was motivated by the results of Indonesian language lesson in some students who did not reach the Minimum Score Criteria because of limited teaching materials and learning media. This study was research and development (R&D). This study aimed to develop comic media on powerpoint, to assess the feasibility, and the effectiveness of the media on the theme earth and universe of Indonesian language. the data was collected by observasion, interviews, questionsnaires, tests, and documentation. The subject of this research was the three grade students of Karangayu 03 elementary school. The result showed that: (1) comic media on powerpoint successfully developed according to the needs of teachers and students; (2) comic media on powerpoint was very feasible to be used with the percentage of assessment from material experts amounting to 94% and from media experts at 88% .; (3) comic media on powerpoint was effective used Indonesian language learning as evidenced by an increase in the average student learning outcomes through the t test of 16,733 and the average incrase of 0.6 with medium criteria. In conclusion, the comic media on powerpoint was very feasible and effective for helping the students to learn about Indonesian language.
Problems in Teaching English Tenses to Students of PGSD UNNES Widagdo, Arif
Elementary School Teacher Vol 2, No 1 (2018): Elementary School Teacher
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/est.v2i1.14551

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This study focused on the problems in teaching tenses to Primary School Teacher Education Department (PGSD), Faculty of Education, Semarang State University (UNNES). There were some of the problematic and confusing tenses such assimple tense and present perfect tense, present continuous and present simple, past simple and past continuous tense. This research used qualitative approach. It was conducted in PGSD Department, Faculty of Education, Semarang StateUniversity in 2015 by involving 120 students as the samples. The researcher used questionnaire, interview sheet, and test items as the instruments. The data were analyzed by using descriptive method. Besides that teaching grammar had been handled throughout this study with the data obtained from the written exams of the learners. Most frequently occurred errors were listed and they were analyzed in details. The findings revealed that the reasons for these errors mostly derived from mother tongue interference and lacked of adequate linguistic background. The other component of this article was to offer remedial teaching activities for foreign language learners to compensate the shortcomings.
Development Of Crossword Puzzles In The Learning Of Explanatory Text Summarization Lestari, Yunita; Sb., Nugraheti Sismulyasih
Elementary School Teacher Vol 3, No 1 (2019): Elementari School Teacher
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/est.v3i1.27912

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This research is based on Indonesian language learning that has not been effective yet, so the result of learned is not optimal yet, to overcome this problem, the researcher developed crossword puzzle game. This development research aims to produce crossword puzzle products as well as know the feasibility and effectiveness of the product. This research used Research and Developement method developed by Borg and Gall. The subjects of this study are the students of class V which amounted to 34 students. Data analysis techniques used descriptive percentage and n-gain test. The results showed that the media of crossword puzzles is very feasible to use with the percentage of assessment 89.58%, material expert judgments of 88, 63%. The result of N-gain analysis showed that the value obtained is 0.5226 in the medium category and the response is very good. Based on the result of the research, the crossword puzzle game to summarize the developed explanation text is declared eligible and effective in improving the writing skill of the students' explanatory text.
1 The Effectiveness of the Structured Numbered Head Learning Model on the Social Studies Learning Outcomes of Class V Dwiyanti, Endang; Purnomo, Purnomo
Elementary School Teacher Vol 4, No 2 (2020): Elementary School Teacher
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/est.v4i2.29036

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Based to the result, the observation and interview the low quality of education in Indonesia was caused by students' learning outcomes in some subjects were classified as low. This was supported by the data on social studies learning outcomes in the 5th grade students of elementary school of Kartini Cluster, Banjarnegara Regency, that were quite low. One of the reason was the teachers had not applied the appropriate learning model in accordance with educational regulations. The teachers used a teacher-centered learning model. The purpose of this study was to test the effectiveness of the Structured Numbered Heads model to result of social studies learning outcomes of 5th grade students of elementary school of Kartini Cluster, Banjarnegara Regency. This research used quantitative method with experiment design and nonequivalent control group design. The sample technique was cluster random sampling of 97 participantes. Data collection used test, observation and documentation. Hypothesis test result showed that tcount˃ttabel (5,8883> 2,0003) which mean structured numbered heads model is was more effective to result of social studies learning outcomes of 5th grade students. The experiment class n-gain test result 0,4611 belong to medium criteria while control class n-gaint test result 0.481 belong to low criteria. The conclusion of this research is structured numbered heads was effective to be used in social studies learning material of 5th grade students of elementary school of Kartini Cluster, Banjarnegara Regency Data collection used test, observation and documentation. Hypothesis test result showed that tcount˃ttabel (5,8883> 2,0003) which mean structured numbered heads model is was more effective to result of social studies learning outcomes of 5th grade students. The experiment class n-gain test result 0,4611 belong to medium criteria while control class n-gaint test result 0.481 belong to low criteria. The conclusion of this research is structured numbered heads was effective to be used in social studies learning material of 5th grade students of elementary school of Kartini Cluster, Banjarnegara Regency Data collection used test, observation and documentation. Hypothesis test result showed that tcount˃ttabel (5,8883> 2,0003) which mean structured numbered heads model is was more effective to result of social studies learning outcomes of 5th grade students. The experiment class n-gain test result 0,4611 belong to medium criteria while control class n-gaint test result 0.481 belong to low criteria. The conclusion of this research is structured numbered heads was effective to be used in social studies learning material of 5th grade students of elementary school of Kartini Cluster, Banjarnegara Regency 0003) which mean structured numbered heads model is was more effective to result of social studies learning outcomes of 5th grade students. The experiment class n-gain test result 0,4611 belong to medium criteria while control class n-gaint test result 0.481 belong to low criteria. The conclusion of this research is structured numbered heads was effective to be used in social studies learning material of 5th grade students of elementary school of Kartini Cluster, Banjarnegara Regency 0003) which mean structured numbered heads model is was more effective to result of social studies learning outcomes of 5th grade students. The experiment class n-gain test result 0,4611 belong to medium criteria while control class n-gaint test result 0.481 belong to low criteria. The conclusion of this research is structured numbered heads was effective to be used in social studies learning material of 5th grade students of elementary school of Kartini Cluster, Banjarnegara Regency

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