Improving Student Learning Outcomes in PLC Application Materials Through Problem Based Instruction (PBI) Learning Models

Authors

  • Abdul Wahid Nurhadi SMKN 1 Jamblang

Keywords:

Student Learning Outcomes, PLC Applications, Problem Based-Instruction (PBI) Learning Models

Abstract

 

The results of research that has been carried out on student learning outcomes after using the Problem Based Instruction (PBI) learning model show satisfactory results. The use of learning models in the classroom can improve learning outcomes in Programmable Logic Control (PLC) material, namely an increase in student learning outcomes in each cycle, where the score acquisition in the pre-cycle the average student score of 65.75 increases in the first cycle to 72 .60 and increased in the second cycle to 78.87. So that the learning mastery of students in the previous 42.50% cycle experienced an increase in the first cycle by 67.50% and in the second cycle by 100%. Learning outcomes on the Prorammable Logic Control (PLC) material before using the learning model had an average value of 67.75. When learning was changed using Problem Based Instruction, the average student learning outcomes increased to 72.60 in the first cycle and 78.87 in the second cycle.

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Published

2021-08-25

How to Cite

Nurhadi, A. W. (2021). Improving Student Learning Outcomes in PLC Application Materials Through Problem Based Instruction (PBI) Learning Models. Action Research Journal Indonesia (ARJI), 3(2), 161–171. Retrieved from https://arji.insaniapublishing.com/index.php/arji/article/view/58

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Action Research Journal Indonesia (ARJI)