Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Current Issues in Education (ICCIE 2018)

Improving the Civic Education Learning Participation and Outcomes of First Grade Students through Make-a-Match Type of Cooperative Learning Model

Authors
Tri Rohmani, Wuri Wuryandani
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Tri Rohmani
Available Online June 2019.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/iccie-18.2019.86How to use a DOI?
Keywords
participation, learning outcomes, cooperative learning, make-a-match type
Abstract
Most students in the 1st grade of elementary school have not participated in the Civic Education learning process actively and their learning outcomes may be still low. This research aims to improve the students’ participation and learning outcomes through make-a-match type of cooperative learning model. This study belongs to action research with Kemmis & McTaggart’s model conducted through two cycles each of which has two meetings. The subjects were 17 male students and 18 female ones. Data were collected through observation, written test, and documentation. The research instruments were an observation guide and a written test. Qualitative and quantitative analysis were both employed. The results of this study show that (1) the students’ participation reaches 62.80% in Cycle I and raises up to 91.42% in Cycle II. (2) Students’ minimum accomplishment criteria (KKM) for Civic Education in Cycle I are reached by 74.28% of students and improves to 88.57% in Cycle II. These outcomes prove that the implementation of Make-A-Match type of cooperative learning model can improve the first-grade students’ learning involvement and outcomes in Civic Education.
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