Online In-On-In Technical Guidance to Improve Teachers Competence in Preparing Distance Learning Lesson Plans for Sports Special Class Teachers
This Classroom Action Research aims to determine the success rate of online In-On-In technical guidance to improve the ability of special sports class teachers in making student-oriented lesson plans during the COVID-19 pandemic. This study useS the classroom action research method. The subjects of this study consisted of young and senior teachers who taught in sports special classes totaling 17 (seventeen) people. This research was conducted for 2 (two) months with two cycles, each cycle carried out five meetings. Each cycle consists of planning, implementation, observation, and reflection. The indicator of success in this study is the improvement of the ability of special sports class teachers in compiling the Distance Learning Lesson Plans. The success rate in this study, the average of cycle 1 reached 79.20 points and rose to 84.98 points. The results of the preparation of Distance Learning Lesson Plans were triangulated with the results of learning observations and the results of student questionnaires. From the triangulation of this data, it can be concluded that the results of increasing competence in preparing lesson plans are in line with the increase in the quality of learning according to the student’s testimony. The comparison of the average results of the pre-action student questionnaires reached 77.44 points (moderate categories), and after cycle 2 it reached 91 points (very good categories).
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