MENINGKATKAN KEAKTIFAN DAN HASIL BELAJAR PESERTA DIDIK MELALUI KONSEP BELAJAR MANDIRI DENGAN TUGAS TERSTRUKTUR PADA MATA PELAJARAN TEKNIK DASAR OTOMOTIF (TDO) (PTK Pada Peserta Didik Kelas X TKR 1 SMK KOSGORO 1 SRAGEN Tahun Pelajaran 2014 / 2015)

Kiswanto, Hery (2015) MENINGKATKAN KEAKTIFAN DAN HASIL BELAJAR PESERTA DIDIK MELALUI KONSEP BELAJAR MANDIRI DENGAN TUGAS TERSTRUKTUR PADA MATA PELAJARAN TEKNIK DASAR OTOMOTIF (TDO) (PTK Pada Peserta Didik Kelas X TKR 1 SMK KOSGORO 1 SRAGEN Tahun Pelajaran 2014 / 2015). Masters thesis, Universitas Sebelas Maret.

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    Heri Kiswanto, S 811 402 012. Improvement Of Students’ Learning Activeness And Resultthrough Autonomous Learning Concept With Structured Tasks In The Subject Matter Of Automotive Basic Engineering (A Classroom Action Research on the Students in Grade X TKR 1 of Kosgoro Vocational High School 1 of Sragen in Academic Year 2014/2015). Supervisior Co-mission: Prof.Dr.Soenardi,M.Sc, and Dr. Siti Sutarmi Fadhilah., Thesis. Masters Program in Educational Technology. Post Graduate Program of Sebelas Maret University of Surakarta. 2015. The students’ levels of learning activeness and result in the subject matter of Automotive Basic Engineering are still low due to the use of conventional learning practiced by the teachers. The objective of this classroom action research is to improve the students’ learning activeness and result through autonomous learning concept with structured tasks. It was conducted at Grade X TKR 1 of Kosgoro Vocational High School 1 of Sragen for one semester from January to June 2015. The subjects of research were the students of Grade X TKR 1 as many as 35 students. The research consisted of three cycles, and each cycle consisted of four phases, namely: planning, implementation, observation, and reflection. It was done by assigning the students with structured tasks with certain theme and time of completion. The theme was taken from the syllabus of Automotive Basic Engineering of the 2013 Curriculum. The time of completion was limited to seven to ten days. The students when completing their tasks could get the material from internet, industrial manuals, and other scientific resources. The papers they made became the materials for class discussions. The class was divided into seven groups, and each group consisted of five students. Then each group was represented by one student to deliver their presentation respectively. During the presentation the other groups gave responses to it and raised questions. When all of the groups finished the presentations, the researcher, who was also a teacher in the research, presented the standard learning material in accordance with the one contained in the 2013 curriculum. The autonomous learning concept enabled the students to complete three to four structured tasks prior to the class learning. They were learning the clues of the tasks, searching for the materials, conducting group discussions, and learning the lessons when the teacher instructed the materials. The result of research shows that such a kind of learning improves the quality of learning; it becomes more effective and efficient. Following the treatment, it becomes 5.98 in Cycle I, 7.32 in Cycle II, and 8.19 in Cycle III respectively. Following the treatment, it becomes 66.79 in Cycle I, 80.71 in Cycle II, and 82.06 in Cycle III. Furthermore, the students are more capable of utilizing the internet media for useful purposes, and the teacher has richer knowledge and insight due to the extensive learning materials he obtains. activity and student learning outcomes can be improved trhough the concept of self-learning with structured tasks. Keywords: Improvement of learning activeness, autonomous learning, structured tasks

    Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
    Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
    Divisions: Pasca Sarjana
    Pasca Sarjana > Magister
    Pasca Sarjana > Magister > Teknologi Pendidikan
    Depositing User: Afifah Nur Laili
    Date Deposited: 28 Nov 2015 20:26
    Last Modified: 28 Nov 2015 20:26
    URI: https://eprints.uns.ac.id/id/eprint/22142

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