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Abdul Rokhim
Published: 30 October 2020
Jurnal Pendidikan, Volume 11, pp 136-151; doi:10.31258/jp.11.2.136-151

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This study aims to determine the increase in the ability of teachers to apply innovative learning with the Think-Talk-Write strategy in small groups as an alternative to improving the learning outcomes of Islamic Education in the material of Rasul-Rasul that is the Lover of Allah SWT. Think-Talk-Write (TTW) is a learning model developed by Huinker and Laughlin. In this learning model, students are encouraged to think, talk, and then write about a topic. This action research was conducted at SMA Negeri 1 Koto Gasib in Class XI, with 29 students consisting of 27 Muslim students and 2 non-Muslim students. This research took place in Semester Two of the 2018/2019 Academic Year. The data collection technique of this research was observation, distributing questionnaires and daily tests / tests. From the learning activities with the Think-Talk-Write strategy in small groups that have been conducted in this study, it can be seen that there has been an increase in learning outcomes. Therefore, this learning approach is very suitable in class to help students enlarge their knowledge.
Tengku Rita
Published: 30 October 2020
Jurnal Pendidikan, Volume 11, pp 104-113; doi:10.31258/jp.11.2.104-113

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The purpose of this research was to know the method of counseling guidance provided by counselors to students of SMK Negeri 1 Tualang and to know the relationship of counseling guidance with the behavior of students of SMK Negeri 1Tualang. The data collection in this study was conducted using qualitative techniques by distributing questionnaires to respondents. The results showed that the absence of relationship counseling guidance methods namely lecture methods, question and answer methods, and brainstorming methods of changing student behavior, namely discipline behavior, diligent behavior, polite behavior, and obedient behavior. Regarding the respondent's assessment of the quality of counseling guidance methods applied with the approach used to students, most respondents responded inappropriately, and scheduled consultations will be able to increase the interest in student counseling.
Yusrizal Yusrizal
Published: 30 October 2020
Jurnal Pendidikan, Volume 11, pp 83-91; doi:10.31258/jp.11.2.83-91

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This research is motivated by the low student learning outcomes in the historical subjects of class IV IPA at SDN 006 Sencano Jaya. Based on these problems, the formulation of the problem in this study is whether the application of the predict-observe-explain (POE) learning model can improve the learning outcomes of class IV students of SDN 006 Sencano Jaya. The purpose of this study is to find out the activities of teachers and students in the implementation of the learning process by using the predict-observe-explain (POE) model and to determine the effect of this learning model on learning outcomes of students of class IV SDN 006 Sencano Jaya on sains subjects. This research was conducted in two cycles, in the first cycle the learning outcomes of students reached 85.18% classical completeness and increased in the second cycle reached 100%. Based on the results of these studies it can be concluded that the application of the predict-observe-explain (POE) learning model can improve student learning outcomes in the sains lesson of the IV class at SDN 006 Sencano Jaya.
Sumirah Sumirah
Published: 30 October 2020
Jurnal Pendidikan, Volume 11, pp 114-135; doi:10.31258/jp.11.2.114-135

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This study aims to determine the success of implementing the mind mapping method in increasing student interest and achievement in Indonesian subjects. The data collection technique of this research is observation, distributing questionnaires and daily tests. Observation data collection techniques using observation sheets about student learning interest and student completeness. The questionnaire distribution technique uses a questionnaire that will be filled in by students and the test technique uses a question sheet. The research method used is Classroom Action Research (PTK) with a research procedure of 2 cycles, each cycle for 3 meetings. The results of the study proved that students were very happy or enthusiastic about taking lessons using the mind mapping method. Students are also very active in following lessons. The teacher's appearance and the material presented are quite good, engaging and easy for students to accept. At the time of the test, all students seemed busy in doing the assignment and all students could complete the task well.
Aida Nursanti
Published: 30 October 2020
Jurnal Pendidikan, Volume 11, pp 70-82; doi:10.31258/jp.11.2.70-82

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This research was motivated by the low ability of students to read at the beginning, so the researchers applied the SAS method in order to help students who still had difficulty reading. This study aims to determine the difference between the pretest and posttest by applying the synthetic analytical structural method (SAS) in reading the beginning of grade II elementary school students and to determine the increase in the pretest and posttest in reading the beginning of students. This type of research is a type of pretest-posttest one group pre-experimental design, which is an experiment that is only carried out in one group, without comparison. This research was carried out in class II SDN 004 Baturijal Hulu, Peranap sub-district with a total of 29 students. Based on the research results, it was found that the average value of reading ability before being treated (pretest) was 51.68 while the average value of reading ability after treatment (posttest) was 88.65 and the average value of normality gain was 0.76 which including the high category and the results of hypothesis testing using t-test with t = 47.191 and t table = 2.045, it is concluded that t count> t table, then reject H0 means significant. This means that there is a significant increase in pre-test reading in grade II students between before (pretest) and after (posttest) applying the Synthetic Structural Analytical (SAS) method.
Mahpuzo Mahpuzo
Published: 30 October 2020
Jurnal Pendidikan, Volume 11, pp 92-103; doi:10.31258/jp.11.2.92-103

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This study aims to determine students' understanding through the use of problem solving methods in learning of PAI for material on faith in qadha and qadar.The research subjects were students of class XII MIPA 1 SMA Negeri 1 Koto Gasib with a total of 31 students. The research method used is Classroom Action Research (PTK). The research design consisted of 2 cycles.Data collection techniques in this study using tests, observation, interviews and documentation studies.Quantitative data analysis uses a statistical approach and qualitative data uses a logical approach. For learning outcomes, there was a significant increase in each cycle, namely: cycle I with a total value of 2243 with an average score of 77.34 and observations proved that students had started to be active but students' understanding of the material was still low. Whereas in the second cycle the total value was 2555 with an average value of 88.10 and the results of observations made through the observation sheet proved that in the second cycle the students had seen that they were very active in their learning and the value obtained was above the minimum score achievement criteria. has been determined.
Asna Asna
Published: 30 October 2020
Jurnal Pendidikan, Volume 11, pp 152-162; doi:10.31258/jp.11.2.152-162

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The purpose of this study was to improve learning outcomes, improve science learning activities for fourth grade students of Madina SD Negeri 002 Terpadu Kuok, Kuok District, Kampar Regency and to motivate teachers to develop learning models and strategies in the science learning process. The research model is Classroom Action Research. This study uses a Discovery Learning model. The application of Classroom Action Research has the objective of improving and or increasing science learning achievement. The results showed: (1) By using the Discovery Learning-based learning model in science learning, student learning outcomes in each cycle experienced significant changes. Student learning outcomes in cycle 1 an average of 71.60 with completeness 22.72% then increased in cycle 2 an average of 85.93 with completeness 95.45% with 21 students complete and 1 student who has not completed. Students who are active in learning reach 92%. After the implementation of the appropriate Discovery Learning-based learning model, the activities and achievements of science learning in Grade VI Madina SD Negeri 002 Integrated Kuok can increase.
Kodrat Eko Putro Setiawan
Published: 30 October 2020
Jurnal Pendidikan, Volume 11, pp 59-69; doi:10.31258/jp.11.2.59-69

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Maguti is a tradition that still exists in the Ngawi community, East Java. This study aims to describe the meaning of equipment symbols and the process of implementation as well as the values of character education contained in the Maguti tradition. The method used in this research is qualitative method. This research was conducted in twenty places in Ngawi Regency, namely Jagir Village, Tulakan, Bayem Taman, Bayem Sidoarjo, Jagir Krajan, Kalitengah, Tempon, Kedungjambe, Plembeku, Gedangan, Mojoagung, Miripencil, Mirirejo, Tretes, Duwet, Duwet Plasong, Duwet Dawungan, Mojorejo, Jomblang, Sampung, Karangdempel. Equipment and process in the implementation of the Maguti tradition as the main study in this study. This research was conducted in Ngawi, East Java, Indonesia. The results of the study are that there are symbols in the form of equipment and the process of implementing the tradition of Maguti. Equipment in the tradition of Maguti are bucu, jenang abang putih, jenang sepuh, banyu suci, kembang setaman, sego udhuk, sego golong, gedhang setangkep, asahan, kopat lepet . Budi Pekerti’s educational values contained in the Maguti tradition are religious values, values of independence, values of caring, values of responsibility, values of mutual respect, values of honesty, and creative values.
Tri Umari, M. Arli Rusandi, Elni Yakub
Published: 2 May 2020
Jurnal Pendidikan, Volume 11, pp 12-19; doi:10.31258/jp.11.1.12-19

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Nur Fatah Abidin
Published: 2 May 2020
Jurnal Pendidikan, Volume 11, pp 1-11; doi:10.31258/jp.11.1.1-11

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