Journal of Elementary School (JOES)

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ISSN / EISSN : 26207338 / 26151448
Current Publisher: IPM2KPE (10.31539)
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Monalisa Gherardini, Aren Frima
Published: 31 December 2019
Journal of Elementary School (JOES), Volume 2, pp 50-57; doi:10.31539/joes.v2i2.950

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This article discusses the process in designing teaching materials in the form of Social Studies Basic Concept textbooks for PGSD STKIP PGRI Lubuklinggau students. The method used by the author in designing teaching materials is part or two initial stages of the ADDIE development model which consists of the analysis, design, deleopment, implementation, and evaluation stages. The analysis phase aims to identify the curriculum, the need for teaching materials, while the design phase is to design the textbook framework and research instruments. Based on these two stages, the concept of character education is obtained which can be integrated into learning by presenting in the Social Studies Basic Concept Book so that the learning of Social Sciences Basic Concepts is more meaningful and can be one of the character reading materials for students. The analysis results obtained that all components included in the Valid category with an overall average score of 3.22 with a maximum score of 4.00. Conclusions, that the character-based teaching materials in the form of textbooks IPS basic concepts are valid. Keywords: Teaching Materials, Characters, IPS PGSD
Nadya Yolanda, Reinita Reinita
Published: 31 December 2019
Journal of Elementary School (JOES), Volume 2, pp 71-79; doi:10.31539/joes.v2i2.761

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This study aims to describe the improvement of integrated thematic learning processes using the Quantum Teaching model in class V SD N 16 Koto Baru Solok. This type of research is Classroom Action Research (CAR). Subjects in the study were 22 teachers and students. Research site at SD N 16 Koto Baru Solok. The results showed an increase in: a) RPP cycle I with an average of 80.05% and cycle II 97.22%, b) Implementation of the aspects of the teacher Idengan cycle on average was 77.77% and cycle II 94, 44%, while the implementation of aspects of the first cycle students with an average of 79.1% and the second cycle 94.44% (very good), d) Assessment of student learning outcomes in the first cycle with an average of 72.9 and the cycle II 94. Conclusion, that the application of the Quantum Teaching model shows an increase in student learning outcomes and processes in integrated thematic learning. Keyword : Quantum Teaching; integrated thematic
Nahdatul Hazmi
Published: 31 December 2019
Journal of Elementary School (JOES), Volume 2, pp 58-70; doi:10.31539/joes.v2i2.934

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This study aims to determine the effect of Round Robin on student learning outcomes in social studies subject matter VII Class SMP Negeri 2 Situjoah District Limo Nagari. The quantitative method used in this study is an experimental approach, in which the research design is to use a control class as a comparison of the research class. Based on the research results from the analysis it was concluded that the cooperative learning technique of Round Robin d can improve students' social learning outcomes well. Class VII student learning outcomes in SMP N 02 Kec. Situjuah Limo Nagari was divided into two groups: the first was the experimental class where the mean score was 72.9 and the second was the control class where the average value was 60.3. Means the value of the experimental class is higher than the control value because the experimental class uses the Round Robin s method while the control class uses conventional. Conclusions, that by using the Round Robin method in social studies subjects can be said to have a significant effect on learning outcomes. Keywords: Round Robin Method, Learning Outcomes, Social Studies
Ulfah Elkhaira, Reinita Reinita
Published: 31 December 2019
Journal of Elementary School (JOES), Volume 2, pp 80-90; doi:10.31539/joes.v2i2.760

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This study aims to describe the improvement of learning outcomes by using the Portfolio model in integrated thematic learning of fifth grade. In the implementation the teacher has not used a learning model that can arouse students' enthusiasm, and does not provide problems in learning and student work outcomes are not kept together so it is difficult to see student development. This type of research is Classroom Action Research and uses qualitative and quantitative approaches. The subject of this research is the fifth grade elementary school students. The data of this study are the results of observations and tests of each learning improvement action by applying the portfolio model. This portfolio model has 6 stages namely "1) identifying the problem, 2) selecting the problem for the class study, 3) collecting information about the problems studied in class. 4) developing portfolios in class, 5) collection of materials, 6) portfolio display section. The results of this study indicate that in the first cycle the average cognitive value of students was 71.5 and in the second cycle increased that the average cognitive value of students became 92. Conclusion, that there was a significant increase in student learning outcomes after applying the portfolio model to learning integrated thematic in grade V elementary school. Keywords: Portfolio Model, Learning Outcomes
Imaratul Ulwiyah
Published: 30 December 2019
Journal of Elementary School (JOES), Volume 2, pp 40-49; doi:10.31539/joes.v2i2.949

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This study aims to find the effect of story reading on the development of early childhood linguistic intelligence, especially in Al Hikmah Rambipuji-Jember Kindergarten. This type of research is descriptive qualitative. Data collection is done by interview, observation and documentation. From the results of the study it was found that story-reading provides several positive influences on improving linguistic intelligence, namely: (1) early childhood know and understand new vocabulary (2) understand the plot of a story (3) compose words to express an implied message of an story. Conclusion, that story-reading can give effect to the development of early childhood linguistic intelligence. Keywords: Story-Reading, Linguistics, Early Childhood.
Arifah Nurhadiyati
Published: 30 December 2019
Journal of Elementary School (JOES), Volume 2, pp 34-39; doi:10.31539/joes.v2i2.925

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This study was used to improve the articulation ability of deaf children of grade 2 elementary school students at SDN Kebonsari 5 Jember through the Drill learning method. The subject of this research supports 6 people, namely 3 male students and 3 female students. Data collection techniques using collection techniques and tests of articulation skills. Analysis of the data used is a comparative technique that compares the results of pre-test and post test. The process of enhancing the ability of articulation is carried out from the pre-test to determine the students' initial abilities. The pre-test shows that the subject has not yet reached the specified KKM, which is 60. Then training is carried out using the Drill method or repetition. After a number of training sessions were carried out. Post test results show students who have increased grades. From the initial number 50 and below, it is now 60 and above. Furthermore, considering the results of Zh (2.05) is greater than the value of Z table 5% (1.96), or Zh (2.05)> Z table (1.96), then Ho is rejected, which means it needs to be added to learning methods dirll towards the development of articulation of deaf children. Conclusion, that is the significance of the significant importance between Bor learning methods on the development of articulation of deaf children. Keywords: Drill, Articulation, Deaf Method
Anselmus Mema, Benedikta Boleng
Published: 28 December 2019
Journal of Elementary School (JOES), Volume 2, pp 26-33; doi:10.31539/joes.v2i2.960

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This study aims to improve the motivation and learning outcomes of Social Studies students in grade IV SDI Watujara Ende. This research includes Classroom Action Research (CAR) by applying two cycles. Data collection techniques using observation techniques, questionnaires, tests, interviews, documentation, and field notes. The collected data were analyzed descriptively qualitative and quantitative descriptive. The results showed that the carousel feedback learning model can improve motivation and learning outcomes. This can be seen from the increase in the percentage of students' motivation to achieve high and very high categories, which is 75% in the first cycle to 83% in the second cycle. Student learning outcomes have also increased, seen from the percentage of classical completeness that is 75% in the first cycle to 92% in the second cycle. Conclusions, that after applying carousel feedback learning can increase motivation and social studies learning outcomes of students. Keywords: Carousel Feedback, Motivation, Learning Outcomes
Budi Santoso
Published: 30 June 2019
Journal of Elementary School (JOES), Volume 2, pp 10-15; doi:10.31539/joes.v2i1.665

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This study aims to: 1) improve the quality of the fifth grade science learning process at SDN 98 Rejang Lebong by applying the 5 Phase Learning Cycle learning model; 2) improve student learning outcomes in fifth grade science learning at SDN 98 Rejang Lebong by applying the 5 Phase Learning Cycle learning model. Classroom Action Research (CAR) consists of 2 cycles. Stages in each cycle consist of stages of planning, implementation, observation / observation, and reflection. The research subjects were fifth grade students of SDN 98 Rejang Lebong in the 2017/2018 school year. Data collection is done through observation sheets and test sheets. The test is used to determine the level of success of students in the learning process, obtained that in the first cycle student learning outcomes obtained an average of 6.75 and the percentage of classical learning completeness 50%. In cycle II there were no weaknesses that occurred in the first cycle. Results learning in the second cycle obtained an average of 8.21 with a percentage of classical learning completeness of 87.5%. This fulfills the completeness criteria, which is 85% of students get a value of ,07.0 and the learning process is said to be completed individually if students get a value of ≥7. It can be concluded that the application of the learning model 5 phase learning cycle in science learning can improve the quality of the process and student learning outcomes Keywords: Learning cycle 5, Science Learning, Learning Outcomes.
Darmawati Darmawati
Published: 30 June 2019
Journal of Elementary School (JOES), Volume 2, pp 5-9; doi:10.31539/joes.v2i1.660

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This study aims to determine the activities of students towards the application of expository methods in mathematics learning as well as to find out directly the results of improved learning outcomes through the application of expository methods of numerical counting operations in class IV in Rejang Lebong Public Elementary School 13. This type of research is a classroom action research with the number of research subjects consisting of 12 male students and 18 people in 3 cycles. From the results of this study, the average score of the teacher observation cycle I is 13, Cycle II is 18, cycle III is 23. The average value of student observation cycle I is 13, cycle II is 17, cycle III is 20 with good categories . The results of learning completeness data in the cycle were 33.3% with an average value of 6.46. In cycle II the learning completeness was 50% with an average value of 6.7 increasing to 7.13. Conclusion, the expository method can increase students' motivation and creativity in mathematics. Keywords: Expository Method, Creativity, Learning Motivation
Marhadi Marhadi
Published: 30 June 2019
Journal of Elementary School (JOES), Volume 2, pp 21-25; doi:10.31539/joes.v2i1.680

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This study aims to determine the application of The Learning Cell method on subjects PAI material tells the story of the Prophet can improve the learning achievement of fifth grade students at SD Negeri 46 Rejang Lebong District Selupu Rejang Rejang Lebong District. This study is a classroom action research (CAR) with a total of 16 students. The results of the study showed that in the first cycle the average score of students was 71.25 which increased by 11.64. Students who scored above KKM also increased to 9 children or 56.75% from the original only 2 children or 87.5%. In the second cycle improvement the average formative test scores of students were 82.81 increasing by 11.56 from the first cycle. Students who scored above the specified score (KKM) were 11 children or 68.75%. It can be concluded, the learning cell method can improve student learning outcomes on material telling the story of the prophet. Keywords: Learning Achievement, The Learning Cell.
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