Improving Student Cooperation Attitude Using Problem-Based Learning Models (PBL) in Class I Elementary School
This research is motivated by the lack of student cooperation in learning mathematics. The purpose of this study was to improve the cooperative attitude of students through the Problem Based Learning (PBL) model in the IB class of Annual Public Elementary Schools. This research is a classroom action research which consists of 2 cycles, each cycle consisting of 2 meetings. The research subjects were class IB students in mathematics with a total of 27 students. The object in this study is the increase in student cooperation in learning mathematics. Data collection techniques using observation and documentation. Data analysis used descriptive qualitative and quantitative analysis. The results of this study indicate that the problem-based learning model can improve the cooperation of students in class IB at SD Negeri Tahunan. This is evident from the results of observations made in each cycle there is a significant increase. The improvement of the learning process is seen from the liveliness and application of indicators of cooperative attitude according to the instrument. Improved results can be seen from the achievement of students on each indicator of the ability to cooperate in each cycle. This increase can be proven from the increase that occurs in each cycle, from cycle I where the average achievement increases to a very good category in cycle II. So it can be concluded that the PBL model can improve the cooperative attitude of students in class IB at SD Negeri Tahunan.