Improving the Activities and Learning Outcomes of Class IV B Students Using Wordwall Media at SDN SN.
Keywords:activity, wordwall, learning outcomes, learning, education
This research is an attempt to find out if learning activity is increased by the use of wordwall media and if this action affects learning outcomes. It is a collaborative classroom action research using Kemmis and McTaggart's model conducted through planning, action, observation, and reflection. Data collection was done through observation forms, interviews, tests, and documentation. This study was conducted in IV B SDN SN Yogyakarta class with 24 children as subjects. The results of the study show that the use of Wordwall media in learning can increase students' learning activities. The percentage of students who had learned 58.83% of Cycle I before the cycle increased from 87.5% to 65.5% by Cycle II. In addition, students feel comfortable with the interactive game media presented by the teacher and enthusiastically try to solve the tasks on the word wall. The learning outcomes of students using the Wordwall media also improved, from 50% in Cycle I to 58.33% and from II to 87.5%. This confirms that the use of Wordwall media can improve student learning outcomes.