Proceedings of the 9th International Conference for Science Educators and Teachers (ICSET 2017)

Development of IPS Learning Characterized by PAKEM in Primary School

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Available Online September 2017.
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PAKEM, cognitive, affective, psychomotor, systematic, comprehensive
Abstract
The learning process in elementary school generally aims to develop all the potential that exist in the students themselves, both potential in the aspects of cognitive, affective aspects, as well as psychomotor aspects. One of them, learning IPS in elementary school needs to be arranged in a systematically, comprehensive, and integrated in the learning process towards maturity and success in community life. Jarolimek (1993: 8) expects that Social Knowledge Education should be able to develop aspects of knowledge and understanding (knowledge and understanding), attitude and value aspects as well as skill aspects of students. Student learning experience is not gotten just like that it needed teachers ability in developing basic knowledge that students have, because basically every student has knowledge as result of interaction with environment. Teachers need to develop learning strategy oriented on students (Student Centered) so that students are encouraged to participate Active, creative, effective and Fun (PAKEM). PAKEM is an approach to teaching that is used with certain methods and various teaching media insert with environmental arrangement in such a way that the learning process becomes active, innovative, creative, effective, and fun.
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