Implementation of the Problem Based Learning Model to Increase Student Learning Activeness in Class 2 SD Thematic Learning
Keywords:Keyword: Problem Based Learning, Activeness Study, Thematic
This research was conducted based on the results of learning observations in class 2, which have been carried out by researchers and show the low active participation of students in learning. The purpose of this study is to increase the active learning of students in class 2 through thematic learning using the problem-based model of learning. This research is classroom action research using the Kemmis and McSpiral model by Taggart, which consists of four components including planning, action, observation, and reflection. This research was conducted in two cycles, with each cycle consisting of two meetings. The subjects in this study were 20 grade 2 students in the even semester of the 2022–2023 school year. The data collection techniques used in this study are interviews, observation, and documentation. The data analysis technique used is descriptive-qualitative analysis. indicator of success in the study This is if the average presentation of every aspect of the study reaches the minimum criteria of 75%. The results showed that the application of the problem-based learning model (PBL) in thematic learning can increase the activity of class 2 students. This can be seen from the results of observations of student activity. In the first meeting of cycle I, the average percentage of participants' active learning education was 67%,, and at the second meeting, it increased to 74.58%. In the first cycle II meeting, the average percentage of participants' active learning education increased to 82,29%,, and at the meeting, both presentation averages of liveliness education increased to 92.29%. The conclusion from this study shows that the application of the problem-based learning model (PBL) can increase student learning activeness in class 2 thematic learning.