Application of problem based-learning learning models to increase social studies activity and achievement

Authors

  • Niken Purwaningtyas SMPN 2 Lamongan

Keywords:

problem based learning, activeness, learning achievement

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to find out whether the application of the Problem Based Learning learning model had an effect on increasing the social studies activity and achievement in class VII students of SMP Negeri I Glagah. The results showed that using the Problem Based Learning learning model had a positive impact on increasing activity and achievement. learning Social Sciences (IPS) in class VII students of SMP Negeri 2 Lamongan. Cycles 1 and 2 of the learning outcomes obtained by students show that cycle 1 can be seen that classically the learning completeness has increased, namely 68.75%, compared to the learning outcomes before the cycle, but still has not reached the specified classical completeness, which is 85% and the average value is 78 ,41. Cycle 2 can be seen that classically the learning completeness has been achieved because it is more than 85%, namely 87.50% and the average value is 82.91. Problem-based learning model, gradually students are able to increase their activeness in discussions and improve their problem-solving skills.

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Published

2023-04-26

How to Cite

Purwaningtyas, N. (2023). Application of problem based-learning learning models to increase social studies activity and achievement. Journal of Diversity in Learning (JDIL), 3(1), 311 - 317. Retrieved from https://journalofdiversity.com/index.php/jdil/article/view/89