Application of Problem Based Learning Model Helps Students Work Sheets to Improve Activity and Learning Outcomes of Class IV Students on Elementary School Mathematics Learning


  • Aprilani Indah Sari Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa
  • Widowati Pusporini Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa
  • Sri Mulyaningsih SD Negeri Grojogan
  • Ita Wijayana SD Negeri Grojogan


learning outcomes, learning activity, problem based learning


This research is undermined by a lack of student activity in learning activities and low learning outcomes. Teachers have not provided student-centred learning, used lecture methods, and have not used learning media. The aim of this research is to find out whether there is an improvement in the activity and learning outcomes of Mathematics students in the fourth grade of primary school using the Problem Based Learning model assisted by LKPD. This type of research is the Kemmis and Taggart model class of action that consists of planning, implementation, observation, and reflection. The subject in this study was a fourth-grade elementary school student of 22 students. Data collection techniques using observations, interviews, and documentation. Data analysis techniques use quantitative and qualitative descriptive. Study results showed student learning activity at cycle I was 66% and cycle II was 85%. Students in the first cycle achieved 89 per cent, and in the second cycle 92 per cent. Thus, it can be concluded that learning with the Problem Based Learning model helps LKPD can improve student activity and learning outcomes on mathematics learning. 


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