Increasing Student Activity and Learning Outcomes FPB and KPK through Realistic Mathematics Learning
The target of this research is to make students more active and the learning outcomes of FPB and KPK to be better by providing realistic mathematics learning to fourth grade students of SDN Ngentakrejo Kulon Progo in 2021 and describing the implementation of the steps. The cycle designed for this research was carried out in two rounds which were packaged into five meetings. Each meeting was carried out by adopting the Kemmis & Mc scheme. Taggart which contains four steps in each round of the cycle. This study uses 26 students as subjects who are subject to action. The data collected through the research instrument was then analyzed to calculate the percentage of student activity and how many students had completed learning. The application of realistic mathematics learning steps carried out by providing contextual problems, using learning aids, group discussions, class discussions, comparing discussion results, and drawing conclusions proved to be able to make student activity and learning outcomes better. The percentage of student activity seemed to increase in the first cycle at three consecutive meetings by 83.46%, 84.23%, and 85%. Cycle II in two consecutive meetings, the percentage of student activity was 85.77% and 88.08%. Meanwhile, the percentage of students who finished studying in the first cycle at three consecutive meetings was 53.85%, 57.69%, and 65.39%. In the second cycle in two consecutive meetings, the percentage of students who finished learning was 76.92% and 84.62%.
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