Implementation of Problem Based Learning Model (PBL) to Increase Student Learning Activeness in Class II
Keywords:implementation , problem based learning, activeness
Implementation of Problem Based Learning Model to Increase the Learning Activity of Class II Students. This study aims to increase activeness in the learning process in grade II SD using a problem-based learning model. This type of research is Collaborative Classroom Action Research (PTKK). The hypothesis in this study is that the application of the problem-based learning model can increase the learning activeness of grade II elementary school students. The subjects of this study were grade II elementary school students totaling 29 students. This research was conducted in 2 cycles. Each cycle consists of 2 meetings. The method used in data collection is observation carried out in the classroom. The results showed a positive impact on activeness in the learning process in the classroom by using the Problem Based Learning (PBL) model rather than the conventional model. This can be seen from the liveliness data in the student learning process using the Problem Based Learning (PBL) model in the initial data collection showed a pre-cycle of 48.3%, an increase in cycle 1 of 58.6% and an increase in cycle II of 78.0%. That means there is an effect of using the PBL model on the activeness of the learning process of grade II elementary school students.