Improving Science Learning Outcomes Through Environment Based learning Models Environment-Based Learning

Authors

  • Frisca Teresya STKIP KUSUMA NEGARA
  • Evayenny STKIP Kusuma Negara
  • Ilmi Noor Rahmad STKIP Kusuma Negara

Keywords:

: Science Learning Outcomes, Human and Environment, Environment-Based Model

Abstract

This research procedure is a class action research conducted by researchers based on the PTK model, namely Kemmis and Mc Taggart which consists of planning, implementation, observation and reflection activities. This research will take place from May 8 to June 15, 2023. With the research subjects of 29 students, two of the 29 students were students with special needs. This research was carried out as many as 3 cycles with 2 meetings in each cycle. In the first cycle, student activity was obtained with an average score of 40 with a fairly good predicate. In cycle II student activity has increased with an average student activity of 60 with good qualifications. In cycle III experienced an average increase of 80 with a presentation of 82% there were very good qualifications and increased from cycle II. Student learning outcomes in the first cycle of student activity were obtained with an average score of 55.1 with a completeness percentage of 20%. In cycle II student activity increased with an average student activity score of 62.4 with a completeness presentation of 66%. In cycle III experienced an average value increase of 78.4 with a presentation of 82% there was an increase of 10% from the cycle. And the results of interviews that have been conducted in this study concluded that learning science through an Environment-Based learning model can improve student learning outcomes.

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Published

30-01-2024

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