Mind Mapping Model in Learning Semarangan Batik Painting
- Mike Mason, Atip Nurharini, Arini Estiastuti
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- Mike Mason
Available Online February 2019.
- https://doi.org/10.2991/icpeopleunnes-18.2019.34How to use a DOI?
- Mind Mapping, Learning, Painting, Semarangan Batik
- Learning to paint batik in elementary school is one of the means to develop love for the motherland, appreciation and work ability. From the results of observations and pre-research interviews, there were several problems showing that students were less creative in generating ideas, hard to remember, experiencing confusion over the object being studied and also difficulties in planning new tasks. Moreover they were less interested in batik painting activities. To overcome this problem, the teacher applied a mind mapping model in learning activities of batik painting. The techniques of data collection used were: observation, documentation, interviews and field notes. The sampling technique was purposive sampling with a total of 39 students. While the data analysis technique used was qualitative analysis with descriptive methods. The results showed that the mean score of learning outcome in Semarangan batik painting was 80.1, the lowest score was 66 and the highest score was 92. The learning outcomes were obtained from the scores of student activities and skills. The student activities included: 1). Doing appreciation activities of batik painting learning, 2). Loving the Semarangan local culture, 3). Being independent and active in learning, 4). Implementing a good attitude, 5). Being enthusiastic in learning, 6). Being pleased to ask questions and look for new experiences. The results of Semarangan batik painting skill were: 1). Suitability of the theme, 2). Creativity and color composition, 3). Painting skill, 4). Neatness and cleanliness. The conclusion of the study was: the mind mapping model applied could help students be more active, skilled, and creative in learning to paint batik, because there were various kinds of activities carried out by students. It included question and answer, discussion, practice, and delivering opinions in front of the class.
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TY - CONF AU - Mike Mason AU - Atip Nurharini AU - Arini Estiastuti PY - 2019/02 DA - 2019/02 TI - Mind Mapping Model in Learning Semarangan Batik Painting BT - International Conference Primary Education Research Pivotal Literature and Research UNNES 2018 (IC PEOPLE UNNES 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icpeopleunnes-18.2019.34 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icpeopleunnes-18.2019.34 ID - Mason2019/02 ER -