Implementation of Mind Mapping to Improve Learning Achievement on the Topic of Economic Activities
The purpose of this research is to determine the application of the mind mapping learning model in improving the learning achievement of economic activity topic in class X IPS 1 students at SMA Negeri 1 Bambanglipuro in the 2020/2021 school year. In addition, it is also to determine the learning implementation process that applies the mind mapping model in improving learning achievement of economic activity topic. This research is a qualitative study using Classroom Action Research techniques. This Classroom Action Research Model uses the Kemmis McTaggart model and is implemented in 2 cycles. The main principle of this model is the provision of action in a gradual and continuous cycle in which there are four main stages of activity, namely planning, action, observation, and reflection. The data collection tools were used classroom observation, learning achievement tests, and documentation study. Observations are carried out directly in the action process. Data analysis used analytical descriptive analysis with the presentation of tables and percentages. Presentation of data in the form of percentages is then described and conclusions are drawn. The results of this study indicate that the application of this mind mapping learning model can improve student achievement. The increase in achievement can be seen in cycle I, there are 14 students (51.58%) whose score is ≥70 or the value is KKM and in cycle II there are 24 students (88.89%) whose score is ≥70 or the value is KKM, so the increase in learning completeness is 37,04% and the average increase in learning achievement from cycle I to cycle II was 14.81, from an average value of 62.04 in the first cycle to an average value of 76.85 in the second cycle. Student affective results also increased, namely in the first cycle only the category was sufficient and in the second cycle it became very good.
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