Efforts to Improve Student Learning Outcomes of Class III A SD Negeri 1 Lurah Using Learning Video Media Based on the Articulation Model
This Classroom Action Research (CAR) is motivated by the fact that there are still many students who have not yet completed the learning process. From the observations that have been obtained in this study, the Minimum Completeness Criteria (KKM) is still low, namely 48%. This study used a John Elliot Model PTK design. The location of this research was carried out in SD Negeri 1 Lurah as many as 25 students, they came from middle to lower socioeconomic groups. This research was conducted in the second semester of the 2020/2021 academic year for two days (7 - 8 February 2021). The data collection technique was carried out by pre-learning tests using articulation model-based learning videos and after learning after using articulation model-based learning videos. The data obtained were then analyzed using descriptive qualitative methods and graphics. Based on the results of the study showed an increase in student learning outcomes and almost as a whole the class III A students were complete in learning. The increase in student learning outcomes that increase can be known in detail in each cycle, namely: cycle 1: 70 and cycle 2: 76,6
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