Pemanfaatan Alat Peraga Perkalian Berbasis Metode Montessori Pada Pembelajaran Matematika Perkalian Kelas II Di MI AR ROFI

Authors

  • Sas Hariana Putri Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia Kampus Serang
  • Tiurlina Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia Kampus Serang
  • Fitri Alfarisa Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia Kampus Serang

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37150/perseda.v5i2.1714

Keywords:

Teaching Aids, Motivation Learning, Result From Learning

Abstract

This research is based on the results of research by using multiplication teaching aids based on the Montessori method in learning mathematics in class II MI Ar-Rofi. Because mathematics is abstract, it is easy for students to understand if the delivery is clear with the help of props. This can be seen in the teacher's learning in delivering using the lecture method and giving questions followed by copying the questions into notebooks and seen in the learning outcomes of many students who are less than the KKM (78). The problem is suitable with the aid of teaching aids that make it easier for students to understand it. The research used was classroom action research which was carried out in 2 cycles, starting with planning, implementing, viewing, and reviewing. Class II students of MI Ar-Rofi, totaling 25 students, became the subject. Teacher observations, student activity observations, motivational questionnaire sheets, and student learning outcomes tests are data collection techniques. The acquisition of motivation and the acquisition of student learning increases each cycle. Obtaining student response questionnaires on the use of multiplication teaching aids in the pre-cycle obtained an average of 21.92, the percentage of 55% in the first cycle rose to 25.76, the percentage of 64% in the second cycle, obtaining an average of 28.52 with a percentage of 71% in the "High" category. . Furthermore, the test is to find out the benefits of multiplication teaching aids and obtain an average of 73 pre-cycles, improving each cycle I II with an average of 87 meaning that all students have completed or have met the standard of completeness criteria, which is 78. The use of teaching aids is well received by students with prove motivation and improved learning outcomes.

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2022-08-29

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