Improving the Indonesian Learning Outcomes through Problem Based Learning at the Primary School Grade 3 Students in Indonesia


  • Aji Pamungkas Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa
  • Abdul Rahim Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa
  • Susmiati SD Negeri 1 Giripurwo


Indonesian Language; learning outcomes; Problem Based Learning


Indonesian language learning in elementary schools is still low. Students have difficulty in identifying traffic sign symbols and their meanings in spoken, written, and visual texts. The purpose of this study is intented to improve Indonesian language learning outcomes through the Problem Based Learning (PBL) Learning. Model for third grade students or SD Negeri 1 Giripurwo. This type of study is Classroom Action Research (CAR) which carried out in SD Negeri 1 Giripurwo, Kapanewon Girimulyo, Kabupaten Kulon Progo. The subjects of this study are 15 students of 3rd grades consist of 5 male students and 10 female students. Data collection techniques using observation, tests, and documentation. Data analysis techniques are test analysis of learning outcomes and analysis of observational data. The results showed that through Problem Based Learning Learning Model can improve learning outcomes of Indonesian. The increase of Indonesian language learning outcomes can be seen from the average learning outcomes in pre-action by 57.60 to 73 with a success percentage of 67% or as many as 10 students. In cycle 1 and cycle II, the average value of learning outcomes increased by 80.73 with a success percentage of 86% or 13 students. These results have met the indicators of success in research. This percentage has met the indicators of success in research. The study is expected can be continued and developed in order to be better and useful for the world of education, especially the world of elementary school education.


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