Increasing Students Activity and Outcomes in Clas III at Elementary School, Bantul, Yogyakarta
Keywords:Activeness, Learning Outcomes, Circumference, Problem Based Learning
This research was structured with the aim of increasing the activity and learning outcomes of Class III A students in the material around a flat shape through the Problem Based Learning model at Elementary School, Sewon, Bantul, Yogyakarta Academic Year 2022/2023. The type of research carried out is Classroom Action Research (CAR) . The research design uses the Kemmis and Mc model. Taggart. The research subjects were 21 students from class III A, consisting of 14 girls and 7 boys. The object of research is the activity and learning outcomes of students. Data collection techniques using observation and interviews. Data were analyzed descriptively and presented in the form of tables and graphs. The results showed that there was an increase in the activeness of students' learning in the first cycle of 70.14% in the good category and in the second cycle it reached 83.33% in the very good category. Furthermore, the average student score increased from cycle I of 74.05 to 81.62 in cycle II. It is known that there are 12 students who have completed the KKM (Minimum Mastery Criteria) in cycle I with a percentage of 57.14%. In cycle II, it increased to 80.95% consisting of 17 students who had completed KKM. Thus, there is an increase in the activity and learning outcomes of students in class III flat-topped circuits through the problem-based learning model in elementary schools.
Keywords: Activeness, Learning Outcomes, Circumference, Problem Based Learning.