Application of the Problem Based Learning Learning Model to Increase the Activeness and Learning Outcomes of Class II Students in Yogyakarta
An ineffective learning model results in low student involvement, which reduces student interest in learning. The purpose of this study was to increase the activity and learning outcomes of grade 2 students in Yogyakarta by using a problem-based learning model (Problem Based Learning). This classroom action research was conducted in two cycles, four meetings. 23 grade 2 students were the subject of this study. In this study, data was collected through testing and observation. Testing will be used to measure student learning outcomes and observations to monitor how active students are through problem-based learning models (Problem Based Learning) which is applied in each lesson. Data analysis will include both qualitative and quantitative analysis. The results of this study indicate that the average score is 67.93 for cycle I, and the average score is 78.80 for cycle II. The results show that students' activities get better when they learn with a problem-based learning model (Problem Based Learning). This shows that the problem-based learning model (Problem Based Learning) is very effective in increasing student activity.