MAPPING PROBLEMS AND ACTIONS IN CLASSROOM ACTION RESEARCH AT STUDENTS PROSPECTIVE TEACHER

ICPECE: International Conference on Primary and Early Childhood Education

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Title MAPPING PROBLEMS AND ACTIONS IN CLASSROOM ACTION RESEARCH AT STUDENTS PROSPECTIVE TEACHER
 
Creator Santi Lisnawati; <p>Ibn Khaldun University</p>
 
Subject Education
research problem, action, prospective teacher
 
Description The ability to conduct Classroom Action Research (PTK) becomes an important part in the professional competence of teachers. Students of teachers are equipped with skills and skills in conducting PTK to support their competence as teacher candidates. This study aims to identify and map the results of PTK students in PTK lectures on aspects of problems and actions that students use in conducting research. The research method used is descriptive, giving description on result of document analysis result of PTK student prospective teacher. The results showed that; 1) problems resolved in the PTK by students namely; a) the motivation to learn as much as 52%, the category of learning motivation namely; interest, liveliness, learning awareness, b) student learning outcomes as much as 48%, the results of this study include categories; learning outcomes, abilities, and understanding. 2) action used as solution of problem done in PTK that is learning method 90% and media and Media 10%. Problems solved directly include student attributes in learning. Learning methods are generally used as action solutions. The action in the PTK research has not taken advantage of the development of an evaluation tool as an action.
 
Publisher ICPECE: International Conference on Primary and Early Childhood Education
 
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Date 2018-04-13 10:38:32
 
Type Peer-reviewed Paper
classroom action research (PTK)
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://cibiru.conference.upi.edu/index.php/ICPECE/2017/paper/view/26
 
Source ICPECE: International Conference on Primary and Early Childhood Education; ICPECE 2017
 
Language en
 
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