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MODEL PENGELOLAAN PROGRAM PENGALAMAN LAPANGAN PROGRAM STUDI GURU SEKOLAH DASAR FKIP UMS Muhroji, Muhroji Muhroji; Setyanto, Catur Budi
Profesi Pendidikan Dasar Vol 1, No 2 (2014)
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The purposes of this study are threefolds: a. Describe the management of PPL of PGSDFKIP-UMS conducted so far. b. Formulate the management of model PGSD FKIP PPLUMSin accordance with the demands of competence. c. Describe the policies that shouldbe done so that the PPL management of PGSD FKIP-UMS match with the needs ofstakeholders. The type of the research is qualitative research with design phenomenology.The experiment is conducted in the Faculty of Teacher trainning of UMS, School of partners/where PPL isconducted and associated institutions. The sources of the data are in theform of guidelines for the implementation of PGSD PPL and PPL documents and resourceactivities. The data collection techniques using the techniques of documentation,observation, and interviews as well as a forum group discussion (FGD). The data areanalyzed critically. Critical analysis is conducted are a flow includes the steps of datareduction, data display and conclusion. The validity of the data is done by triangulation ofmethods and sources and do forum group discussion (FGD). The results of the study canbe stated as follows : 1. PPL PGSD management : a. implemented by the managementunit of PPL, b. PPL management of model of FKIP PGSD-UMS can be broadly groupedinto two, namely : 1). PPL programmed, and 2). PPL independent. c. PPL program isintended for regular students, implemented in semester VII, and PPL Independent of PSKGJfor students/students who have become teachers, implemented according to the needs. d.PPL in the curriculum of PGSD FKIP-UMS is an integral part in preparing the prospectivestudents as professional teachers. e. PPL PGSD FKIP-UMS is more emphasied onthe practice of schooling and learning practices. 2. PPL PGSD model was promoted “ModelPengelolaan Terpadu/Kolaboratif”, PGSD FKIP-UMS relationship with partner schoolnot only in implement PPL stage. But since PGSD Curriculum development, implementationPPL to reporting stage. 3. policies that should be done PGSD FKIP-UMS are : a. Ithas “Laboratorium School”; b. PPL financing should include comprehensive activities;c. election partner school with more emphasis on teacher competence oficials than schoolacreditation.
PENERAPAN STRATEGI COOPERATIVE SCRIPT DENGAN MEDIA KOMIK UNTUK MENINGKATKAN MOTIVASI BELAJAR SISWA KELAS V PADA MATA PELAJARAN BAHASA INDONESIA DI SD NEGERI II GEDONG TAHUN AJARAN 2013/ 2014 Hidayati, Yulia Maftuhah; Rahmawai, Fita; Herawati, Astri
Profesi Pendidikan Dasar Vol.I, No.1, Juli 2014
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The study aims to understand the students’ learning motivation at Class V of the Indonesiancourse by applying a Cooperative Script strategy with comic media. It was aclass action research. The population included all the 17 students of the Class V at SDNegeri II Gedong Primary School. It consisted of two cycles. The data collection employedobservation and documentation. The technique of data analysis used a qualitativemethod with an interactive model, including data reduction, display data, and conclusion.The indicators were summarizing, listening, speaking, and expressing opinions.The class action research would be said to be successful if it met 80% of the indicatorsand 80% of the students achieved the KKM. The results of the study were summarizingat the early condition of 90.98%, cycle I of 74.51%, cycle II of 88.24%; listening at theearly condition of 50.98%, cycle I of 72.54%, cycle II of 90.20%; speaking at the earlycondition of 45.09%, cycle I of 64.71%, cycle II of 80.39%; and giving opinions at theearly condition of 43.20%, cycle I at 49.02%, cycle II of 80.39%. At the early condition,the students who achieved the KKM amounted to 9 people, at cycle I of 11 students, andat cycle II of 17 students (or 100%). At the cycle II, the students’ motivation had achievedthe indicators. It could be concluded that applying a cooperative script strategy withcomic media could increase the students’ Indonesian course
PENERAPAN MODEL COOPERATIVE LEARNING TIPE SNOWBALL THROWING UNTUK MENINGKATKAN KEAKTIFAN DAN HASIL BELAJAR IPS SISWA SD Zulfiati, Heri Maria
Profesi Pendidikan Dasar Vol 1, No 2 (2014)
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This classroom action research aims to determine the increase in activity and resultsactivity with cooperative learning model snowball throwing on learning social studiesclass IV students second semester Elementary School District 1 Rejowinangun schoolYogyakarta year 2013/2014. This study was conducted in two cycles, the subjects inthis study were as many as 28 people and the object of research is the result of learningactivity social studies. Student activity data were collected using the method of observation,while the results of the data gathered through the sosial studies test methodwhich tests learning outcomes. The results show the application of Cooperative LearningModel Type Snowball Throwing in learning social studies can increase activity andlearning Outcomes. Increased activity of students in the first cycle 63.40 % and 81.91% in the second cycle or in other words an increase of 18.51 % active students areincluded in the active category. Student learning outcomes in the first cycle 72.84% and83.26% in the second cycle. There has been an increase in science learning outcomes of18.00 % included in the high category. Based on these data the application of cooperativelearning model Snowball Throwing concluded that learning can enhance the activitysocial studies student learning outcomes.
PERSEPSI MAHASISWA SEMESTER VII PGSD TENTANG PELAKSANAAN PROGRAM PENGALAMAN LAPANGAN (PPL) OLEH FAKULTAS KEGURUAN DAN ILMU PENDIDIKAN UMS TAHUN AKADEMIK 2013/2014 Suwarno, Suwarno Suwarno; Ariyanto, Wahyu Doko
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This study aimed to describe the implementation of PPL (Professional and Teaching Practiceat School) for PGSD FKIP UMS students; PGSD students’ perception towards PPL.This research is descriptive with qualitative approach. Sources of data in this study arestudents, mentor teachers coordinator, and lecturers as PPL supervisor. Data collectiontechniques used were questionnaires, interviews, and documentation. The questionnairewere obtained from 60 students to determine VII semester PGSD FKIP UMS students’perceptions about PPL 2013. Interviews were conducted to students who had attendedthe PPL, coordinator of mentor teachers, and lecturers.. Data analysis techniques performedinteractively. The validity of the data used triangulation technique. Based on theresults of research conducted by researchers at the school with good quality, medium, andregular shows that the number of 35 or 58.33 % of the students expressed that one poin tobe improved is in terms of the time of registration. A number of 50 or 83.33 % of thestudents stated that in the partner schools do not have science labs and learning of mathematicsas a suggestion. A total of 60 or 100 % of students stated that the performance ofmentor teachers’ coordinator in carrying out the task was quite good. Some 21 or 31 % ofstudents stated that some mentor teachers were still using conventional learning strategiesor unable to model an active and innovative teachers for the student-teachers. Atotal of 40 or 66.67 % of the students stated that the performance of the supervisors needsto be improved, especially to guide students in preparing and developing student-teachers’learning program at school and in assisting them writing final report of PPL. A number of41 or 68.33 % of the students stated that it is mandatory to give a memento to the partnerschool. Some 57 or 95 % of students stated that students are required to have teachingpractice exams at partner school. It was concluded that the good cooperation betweenthe organizers of the PPL, students, supervisors, teacher and mentor teacher coordinatorto facilitate the implementation of the PPL .
PEMBELAJARAN BAHASA INDONESIA YANG BERKARAKTER, AKTIF, DAN MENYENANGKAN DI SD MUHAMMADIYAH 10 SURAKARTA Rahmawati, Fitri Puji; Magrifiani, Utami; Noviati, Malika Dian Ayu
Profesi Pendidikan Dasar Vol 1, No 1 (2014)
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The aim of this study include: a) describe the character of learning Indonesian, active,and fun in SD Muhammadiyah Surakarta 1, b) describe a method of learning Indonesiancharacter, active, and fun in SD Muhammadiyah Surakarta 10, and c) describeobstacles encountered in the implementation of learning Indonesian character, active,and fun in SD Muhammadiyah Surakarta 10. This research is a qualitative descriptivestudy. The strategy used is a single case study. The main data source of this research:teacher and fourth grade students in 10 elementary Muhammadiyah Surakarta. Severaldata collection techniques: direct observation plays a passive, in-depth interviews,open and informal nature, giving questionnaires (open questionnaire). Implementationof learning character, active, and fun on Indonesian subjects in fourth grade SurakartaMuhammadiyah 10 can be observed from the three activities, namely: planning learning,learning implementation, and evaluation of learning. Learning plan has been availablesyllabi and lesson plans, instructional implementation has accordance RPP but lessvariable in the application of the method, and the evaluation of teacher learning hasdeveloped rubrics and assessment in the lesson plan format. Constraints faced to implementthe learning of character, active, and fun on Indonesian subjects in fourth gradeSurakarta Muhammadiyah 10, among others: the constraints of the school, teachers,and students.
IMPLEMENTASI KURIKULUM DALAM PEMBENTUKAN KARAKTER SISWA KELAS III SD TA’MIRUL ISLAM SURAKARTA Warsito, Warsito Warsito; Samino, Samino Samino
Profesi Pendidikan Dasar Vol 1, No 2 (2014)
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The type of this research is a qualitative field research. The data collection used in thisresearch is observation method, interview, and documentation. In the qualitative descriptiveanalysis using inductive approach. The result of these research are; firstly; themanagement of curriculum in forming student’s character in Ta’mirul Islam ElementarySchool of Surakarta, consist of several points, there are: the process of learningcurriculum planning which consist of staff coordination meeting and early meeting bymaking learning administration. Secondly, implementing curriculum that forming somecharacter, such as discipline and responsible, in line with some good habituation likereciting a holy Qur’an, patriotism, obligatory, and sunnah prayer, doing exercise, theimplementation of student’s monitoring book, assignments, and charity and religiousactivities such as charity’s camp and pesantren ramadhan. Thirdly, the evaluation ofimplementation activities in forming the character that packed in supervision and monitoringactivities. The management of curriculum implementation which build third classin Ta’mirul Islam Elementary School of Surakarta is really affective and efficient, sothat many educational success can be reached in academic as well as in non-academicsector’s, especially in building discipline and responsible character. There are severaldifficulties that management of curriculum implementation face in building charactersuch as, the number of students, the students economic background, a little gap betweenschool and student’s parents, less communication, the distance of students homewith school, and some other student’s environment factors that unsupported
URGENSI GURU SEJATI DI SEKOLAH DASAR samino, samino samino
Profesi Pendidikan Dasar Vol.I, No.1, Juli 2014
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True teacher, the substance is a true example of a teacher, tireless , hard work, struggleand sacrifice for the success of his students. Teachers have a minimum three main tasks,namely: (1) professional duties, (2) human duty, and (3) civic duties. Furthermore, withregard to who the true teacher? There are five important things attached as a trueteacher, namely: (1) the teachers are second parents, (2) the teacher is a motivator, (3)the teacher is the adventurous, (4) teacher, liberator and fighters, and (5) teacher, personalprophetic spirit. To be able to be a true teacher, five elements must be attached,namely: (1) responsibility , not a privilege, (2) the sacrifice, not the facility, (3) Workhard , not relaxed; (4) Authority, not authoritarian, and (5) Modeling. True teacher isfully teachers in goodness, not tempted by the glitter of the world. If teachers are temptedby the glitter of the world, they will ruin their students and even society. Hope all thechildren of this nation remains a good teacher or professional teachers who meet thecompetency of personality, pedagogic, social, and professional as well as the Holy Prophet(Siddeeq, trustworthy, sermons, and fathonah). They Eventually bring success for theglory of Indonesian education.
MENINGKATKAN KEMAMPUAN MEMBACA MELALUI PERMAINAN KOMPUTER PADA SISWA KELAS I DI SDN KALIBATA 03 PAGI JAKARTA TIMUR Yarmi, Gusty -; Widyastuti, Resty -
Profesi Pendidikan Dasar Vol 1, No 2 (2014)
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In general, this study aims to improve the reading skills of students in grade 1 SDNKalibata 03 Pagimelalui learning to apply computer games. The results of the analysisof the data shows computer games can improve students’ reading class I, especiallyreading the sentence correctly, read the sentence without eliminating one of the words inthe sentence, read the sentence without adding a word, read the sentences with the rightintonation, read by observing a pause (for stop, breathe), read with the firm, loud volume,the volume of the sound heard is stable in the first grade students of SDN 03 PagiKalibata. It is characterized by an increase in the value of reading skills of students ineach cycle
PENINGKATAN KETERAMPILAN MENYIMAK CERITA ANAK MELALUI PENDEKATAN SAVI (SOMATIS, AUDITORI, VISUAL, INTELEKTUAL) DAN MEDIA AUDIO VISUAL PADA SISWA KELAS V SD NEGERI NGADIREJO 01 KARTASURA KABUPATEN SUKOHARJO TAHUN PELAJARAN 2013/2014 Minsih, Minsih Minsih; Maya, Dewi
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This study aims to improve listening skills of childrens story telling using SAVI approach(Somatic, Auditory, Visual, Intellectual) and audio-visual media of fifth-grade studentsof Ngadirejo 01 Elementary School Kartasura, 2013/2014 school year. This type ofresearch is PTK (Classroom Action Research). This study conducted two cycles with twomeetings each cycle. The subjects of this study were fifth-grade students of Ngadirejo01 Elementary School Kartasura as many as 43 students and teachers as subject-actorsof SAVI approach and audio- visual media . The results showed an increase in students’listening skills. It can be seen from: 1) Pay attention to the story; before action 62,79%,first cycle 83.71% and second cycle 100%, 2) Identifying topics story; before actions37.20 % , cycle I 55.81 % and second cycle 80.23%, 3) Answering questions; beforeactions 41.86%, first cycle 66.27% and second cycle 80.22%, 4) Retelling the story;before actions 27.90%, the first cycle 52.32% and second cycle 80.22%. The test resultsof listening learning also increased. It can be seen from the study: before the actions39.54%, first cycle 74.41% and second cycle 100%. The conclusion of this study is theapplication of the SAVI approach (Somatic , Auditory , Visual , Intellectual) and audiovisualmedia can improve listening skills in children story telling of fifth-grade studentsof Ngadirejo 01 Elementary School Kartasura.
PENERAPAN STRATEGI PEMBELAJARAN EVERYONE IS A TEACHER HERE UNTUK MENINGKATKAN MOTIVASI BELAJAR IPS KELAS IV SD NEGERI I TEMPURSARI KLATEN TAHUN 2013/ 2014 Amalia, Nur; Setiyani, Diah
Profesi Pendidikan Dasar Vol 1, No 1 (2014)
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This study aims to elevate motivation to learn social studies of fourth grade students of SDNegeri I Tempursari Klaten, academic year 2013/2014. This research is a classroom actionresearch. The subjects in this study were the teacher and fourth grade students. The datacollection techniques used are observation, testing, and documentation. The data analysistechnique used is interactive qualitative analysis through three stages, i.e. data reduction,data exposure and conclusion construction. The results showed that there is an increase instudents’ motivation at the second cycle that reaches 80 % of the initial condition, 33.33 %. It is evident that the number of students who are 1) enthusiastic students in participatinglearning social studies reached 80% of total students; 2) active in the learning process reached80%; 3) working diligently in the testing was 86.67%; 4) able to create a conducive learningenvironment reached 80%; 5) able to work on the problems well reached 86.67 %. Therefore,it can be concluded from this study that the learning strategy, everyone is a teacherhere, can increase the students’ motivation in learning social study.

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