Increasing Creativity through the PjBL Model based on the Tamansiswa Teachings among 4th Grade Primary Students


  • Arum Nur Trisni Kurnia Wijayati Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa, Indonesia
  • Siti Mariah Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa, Indonesia
  • Siti Nurzahroh Rejowinangun 1 Elementary School, Indonesia
  • Regine Aguilar Principe Famy National Integrated High School, Philippines


This study aims to increase student creativity through the application of the Tamansiswa teaching-based Project Based Learning (PjBL) model to 4th grade students. The syntax for the PjBL model are: fundamental questions, designing product plans, compiling production schedules, monitoring project activity and progress, testing results, and evaluating learning experiences. The strategy that can be carried out by the teacher in developing a creative attitude is to use Tri N's Tamansiswa teachings. There are three phases to Tri N's teachings, namely Niteni, Niroake, and Nambahake. This research is Collaborative Classroom Action Research with the Kemmis and Mc Taggart research models consisting of planning, action and observation, and reflection. The subjects in this study amounted to 25 students. Data collection techniques using observation sheets. The data analysis used is descriptive quantitative and qualitative. The results of the study show that the application of the Tamansiswa teaching-based PjBL model can increase student creativity. The research was conducted in two cycles. In the pre-cycle, the average student creativity was 52.31%. After the action was carried out in cycle I, the average student creativity increased to 74.46%. In cycle II, the average student creativity reached 83.38% and met the research success criteria.


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