Musamus Journal of Primary Education

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ISSN / EISSN : 2622-7819 / 2622-7800
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Teguh Prasetyo, Asep Supena
Musamus Journal of Primary Education pp 90-103; https://doi.org/10.35724/musjpe.v3i2.3313

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Learning activities during the Covid-19 pandemic are a new challenge for teachers in schools. especially special companion teachers or GPK in inclusive primary schools. GPKs still have to provide maximum service related to the learning process carried out during the Covid-19 pandemic. The purpose of this study was to obtain information related to the implementation of learning for students with special needs (PDBK) in inclusive schools during the Covid-19 pandemic. The research was conducted using a qualitative approach to the type of case study. The subjects studied were three GPKs in the Kreativa Inclusive Elementary School, Bogor City. Data collection was obtained through questionnaires and semi-structured interviews conducted online. Data analysis was carried out in a descriptive qualitative manner with the help of nvivo 12 plus. The results showed that the PDBK learning during the Covid-19 pandemic was as follows; (1) the GPK has prepared learning tools, especially individual learning programs, (2) offline learning in classrooms and center rooms focus on developing PDBK life skills, (3) learn the content is the same as before the pandemic, (4) online learning is carried out through the zoom application and WhatsApp, and (5) the process of assessing learning outcomes using google forms and worksheets related to PDBK learning activities. The learning challenges during the Covid-19 pandemic faced by GPK, namely; decreased learning outcomes of PDBK, problems with GDPK tantrums during online learning, and communication problems to provide an understanding of learning.
Yulia Rohmatul Laili, Ida Putriani, Sripit Widiastuti
Musamus Journal of Primary Education pp 166-175; https://doi.org/10.35724/musjpe.v3i2.3499

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Literary appreciation is the skill of understanding, living, and giving opinions on a literary work. Observations of literary appreciation learning in 3 elementary schools showed literary appreciation learning by lecture method, and 66% of children had difficulty appreciating stories. The purpose of this research is to develop an media interactive ebook Taksi (Fiction Story) that deserves to be used in the study of literary appreciation. This type of research is Research and Development (RnD) uses Borg and Gall development models that have been adapted using 7 steps (potential and problems, data collection, product design, design validation, design revision, readability test, product revision). Data analysis using descriptive quantitative. The percentage feasibility of interactive ebook Taksi (1) material and language experts is 86% (2) multimedia and learning media experts by 85%. Teacher readability test results by 88%. Student readability test results by 99%. Thus, media interactive ebook Taksi deserves to be used as a learning medium.
Rizka Safriyani, Elfa Wahyu Wakhidah, Catur Supriyanto
Musamus Journal of Primary Education pp 145-156; https://doi.org/10.35724/musjpe.v3i2.3227

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Dalam era pandemi, sekolah menerapkan strategi pembelajaran daring termasuk pada level Kelompok Bermain. Pembelajaran daring bagi anak-anak tentu saja memberikan tantangan tersendiri bagi guru pengajarnya. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menginvestigasi strategi pembelajaran daring di tingkat kelompok bermain. Metode dalam penelitian ini menggunakan jenis penelitian kualitatif yang mendeskripsikan strategi apa yang digunakan dalam pembelajaran daring serta penerapannya di Kelompok Bermain Muslimat NU 104 Al-Firdaus. Teknik pengumpulan data yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini adalah observasi, wawancara, dan dokumentasi. Hasil dari penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa Kelompok Bermain Muslimat NU 104 Al-Firdaus menggunakan media video atau foto lalu hasil kegiatan anak dikirimkan orang tua kepada guru melalui video atau foto melalui aplikasi Whatsapp. Adapun bentuk kegiatan yang dilakukan antara lain bernyanyi, bercerita bersama orang tua, pengerjaan lembar kerja, dan eksperimen pembuatan hand sanitizer. Bagi orang tua yang tidak memiliki gawai, home visit dilakukan guru dengan kegiatan yang sama yaitu bernyanyi, bercerita bersama orang tua, pengerjaan lembar kerja, dan eksperimen pembuatan hand sanitizer.
Gregorius Sebo Bito, Hilarius Dae Limana, Frumensius B. Dole
Musamus Journal of Primary Education pp 125-133; https://doi.org/10.35724/musjpe.v3i2.3377

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This study aims to explore elementary school math concepts in traditional houses in Waka village, Ende, NTT. This research is a qualitative research with an ethnographic approach. The process of collecting data in this study was carried out by interview, observation and documentation. The results showed that the Waka traditional house was related to elementary school mathematics. Mathematical concepts found in traditional houses in Waga Village are dominated by the concepts of primitive geometric elements (such as points, lines, line segments, angles) and flat and space forms.
Bayu Purbha Sakti, Risma Eka Ayu
Musamus Journal of Primary Education pp 115-124; https://doi.org/10.35724/musjpe.v3i2.3376

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This research is caused by online learning conducted by public elementary school in suburban areas. Online learning is carried out because the “Covid-19” virus outbreak has become a disaster in the world of education. Online learning requires several facilities such as an internet signal and a smartphone. This facility becomes a problem if an area experiences internet problems. This research is a qualitative descriptive study of phenomenology. The subjects in this study were teachers, parents, and fourth grade students. Data collection used is interviews, observation, and documentation. The data analysis used was data reduction, data presentation and conclusion drawing.The results of this study indicate that the implementation of online learning in grade IV public elementary school in suburban areas during the “Covid-19” pandemic was shown based on input, process, and output indicators. This can be seen from the input indicator, namely the application of teacher characteristics, namely motivation, fostering enthusiasm, and mastering technology, communication. The learning facilities used by students include cellphones/smartphones, internet networks, and the cost of buying internet data packages. Process indicators are related to the allocation of teacher time, namely managing time effectively. The application of time allocation for students is to take advantage of time tolerance in completing tasks. The output indicator is related to student learning outcomes. The application of changes in student attitudes is to be more motivating, disciplining, and timely in submitting assignments.
Patricia Mae Oteda, Argelle Kay Fabellon, Cathy Mae Dabi Toquero
Musamus Journal of Primary Education pp 104-114; https://doi.org/10.35724/musjpe.v3i2.3339

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Expository Text Structure strategy addresses the informational structure of the text that provides students with a feasible way to analyze through a visual representation of the text which creates an understanding of the basic part of the expository text. This study was carried out through a quasi-experimental design or two group pre-test post-test designs to determine the effectiveness of the Expository Text Structure strategy on the reading comprehension of the students. The researchers developed a reading comprehension test to gather data and were analyzed using percentage rate, frequency count, percentage mean, and t-test for independent samples. Results revealed an increase in the result of the experimental group than the control group after the application of the intervention. Therefore, there was a difference in the reading comprehension level of the pupils in both groups. The change between pre-test and post-test scores of both groups was significantly different. Hence, the study concluded that the Expository Text Structure strategy was significantly effective in enhancing the reading comprehension skills of the students. This offers pedagogical implications such that the Expository Text strategy can be applied to increase the comprehension of the students.
Rosda Ayu Fitria, Rifqi Aulia
Musamus Journal of Primary Education pp 134-144; https://doi.org/10.35724/musjpe.v3i2.3380

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Character education at AUD is the basis that must be applied, given the increasingly complex world of children, as well as so diverse information and communication, which have an impact on children. In the application of character education, of course, it will not be separated from the arrangement of the curriculum that will make it easier for educators to achieve an educational goal. This research aims to describe the development of a character-based early childhood curriculum. This research uses a qualitative approach that is literature study. The data analysis technique used in this research is content analysis which is an in-depth discussion of the content of information obtained through reference books and journals. The result of this research is that with the development of an appropriate curriculum, learning will run according to the expected goals. Planning must be made every time learning, without planning, learning will not go well and directed. Likewise, when applying character values, some preparation is needed by each class teacher. As well as character planting, it is not only limited to the curriculum, but can run effectively when this character cultivation is carried out in the daily habits of children, by this the children can improve the character development in themselves.
Dwi Febrianty, Wiputra Cendana
Musamus Journal of Primary Education pp 81-89; https://doi.org/10.35724/musjpe.v3i2.3302

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Discipline is manifested in the student's compliance with the applicable class rules procedures in the classroom. The authors found problems related to the discipline of elementary school students. The discipline of grade 3 elementary school students does not show any indicators of discipline such as not following the rules procedures applicable in online learning. The purpose of writing this research is to review and describe the teacher's accuracy in instilling the discipline of elementary school students through online learning. The author uses research method with descriptive qualitative. Self-control of teachers is also an example that students certainly imitate. Based on the results of analysis and the findings of previous research, researchers concluded that the picture of discipline in grade 3 elementary school should be shown by compliance, obedience, self-control of the rules and procedures applicable in online learning. Discipline aims to bring students to maturity and change. The author recommends that elementary school teachers apply strictness to improve the discipline of elementary school students owned by students. Although the accuracy provided online learning can have a positive impact on student discipline in online learning. Students are expected to get used to discipline and exemplify teachers in terms of discipline.
Tri Julia Sari Aritonang, Suhandi Astuti
Musamus Journal of Primary Education pp 157-165; https://doi.org/10.35724/musjpe.v3i2.3502

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This study aims to determine the effectiveness of the learning model Discovery Learning and Problem Based Learning in terms of the critical thinking skills of grade V elementary school students. This type of research is a meta analyst. The data analysis technique used is the Effect size analysis technique. The effect size formula is the effect formula with the eta squared (ή2) formula. The instrument used in this study was a coding sheet. The variables used to obtain coding information on the effect size of the meta-analysis study. The results showed that the Discovery Learning learning model was more effective than the Problem Based Learning learning model for improving students' critical thinking skills. Ancova test results show f count> f table of 0.009 and F count obtained is 6.12, namely 6.12> 0.65 and a significance of 0.001 <0.05 which indicates that there is an effectiveness of Discovery Learning and Problem Based Learning learning models in improving critical thinking skills of class students V SD.
Yunarni Yunarni, Nova Estu Harsiwi
Musamus Journal of Primary Education pp 65-74; https://doi.org/10.35724/musjpe.v3i1.3202

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Berdasarkan hasil observasi diperoleh data hasil belajar Matematika siswa kelas II SDN 3 Pandak hanya mencapai rata-rata 55,50. Siswa yang dinyatakan tuntas belajar 40% dengan standar ketuntasan minimal 75%. Penerapan metode feedback diharapkan dapat meningkatkan hasil belajar Matematika siswa kelas II SDN 3 Pandak. Penelitian ini menggunakan jenis penelitian tindakan kelas sebanyak 2 siklus. Setiap siklus terdiri dari empat tahapan yaitu: perencanaan, pelaksanaan, observasi, dan refleksi. Subjek penelitian ini adalah siswa kelas II SDN 3 Pandak Kecamatan Balong Kabupaten Ponorogo tahun pelajaran 2018/2019. Data yang diperoleh berupa hasil tes formatif dan observasi kegiatan pembelajaran. Dari hasil analisis diketahui bahwa hasil belajar siswa mengalami peningkatan dari prasiklus, siklus I, ke siklus II. Nilai rata-rata pra siklus adalah 55,5. Nilai rata-rata siklus I 65 dan siklus II meningkat menjadi 82. Ketuntasan belajar siswa juga meningkat. Pada pra siklus ketuntasan belajar sebesar 40%, siklus I meningkat menjadi 60%, dan siklus II meningkat menjadi 80%. Dengan demikian dapat disimpulkan bahwa pembelajaran dengan pemberian feedback dapat meningkatkan motivasi dan hasil belajar siswa kelas II SDN 3 Pandak.
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