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These proceedings represent the work of researchers participating in The International Conference on Elementary Education (ICEE) which is being hosted by the Elementary Education Study Programme School of Postgraduate Studies, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia. ICEE is an event on the international research conference agenda and provides a valuable platform for individuals to present their research findings, display their work in progress, and discuss conceptual and empirical advances in the areas of Elementary Education. Proceedings of the International Conference on Elementary Education Published Once a Year
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Digital Literacy as a Media to Introduce Technology for Elementary School Children Fauzi, Ahmad; Ridwan, Taufik; Sholihah, Primanita
International Conference on Elementary Education Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020): Proceedings The 2nd International Conference on Elementary Education
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The development of science and technology has changed the world as industry revolution change the world. The industrial revolution 4.0 has changed the economy, employment and even society itself. Educational challenges in the era of the industrial revolution 4.0 in the form of changes in the way of learning, thinking patterns and ways of acting society, especially students in developing creative innovations in various fields. The characteristics that emerge in the 21st century digital world include the academic community must always explore the technological footprint, share in creating ideas and knowledge that will be created, interact and collaborate in social matters by looking at various aspects that will be applied. Primary school-age children must have an understanding in expressing themselves in the field of digital literacy and using media wisely. From the results of research found that children have begun to be familiar with digital devices such as television and gadgets. Not infrequently they also began to get used to spending time in front of these digital devices. This study aims to carry out physical development of motoric, socio-emotional, religious community of young children and elementary school, regarding digital literacy. The result is elementary school children can be directed to be able to think critically, think creatively, collaboratively and communicatively in using Information and Communication Technology
The Use of Monopoly Media in Social Students to Improve Motivation and Learning Outcomes of Elementary School Students Mulyawati, Yuli; Gani, Resyi A
International Conference on Elementary Education Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020): Proceedings The 2nd International Conference on Elementary Education
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This study used the Classroom Action Research method which was aimed to know and describe the improving of motivation and learning outcomes through the use of monopolistic media in social studies subjects. The research subjects were 28th grade students of Katulampa 1 Public Elementary School, Bogor Timur subdistrict, Bogor City, totaling 28 students. Data collection techniques through observation, interviews and documentation. Data analysis techniques through qualitative descriptives. Based on the results of data analysis that has been done, the results in the first cycle of learning motivation gained 81 with good interpretation increased in cycle II gained 94 with Very Good interpretation, this shows an increase of 13 points. To improve the learning process in Cycle I, it was scored 87 with Very Good Interpretation and in Cycle II to 95 with Very Good Interpretation showed an increase of 8 points, in Cycle I learning outcomes gained 71% mastery learning with Unfinished interpretation and in Cycle II increased to 89% with Completed Interpretation. Whereas when seen from the average value for cycle 1, it obtained a value of 74 with Good criteria and in cycle II it became 86.5 indicating an increase of 12.5 points. From this study, it can be concluded that the use of monopoly media in social studies subjects can improve motivation and learning outcomes Students in elementary schools
Profile of Primary Students' Conceptual Change about Water Dissolving Various Substances Rosita, Ita; Suhandi, Andi; Sopandi, Wahyu
International Conference on Elementary Education Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020): Proceedings The 2nd International Conference on Elementary Education
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Prior observation of the research indicated that many misconceptions occured in the learning process in elementary school. Therefore this study aims to determine the change profile of students' conceptions of water dissolving various kinds of substances. The strategy used is the learning strategy Predict Observe Explain (POE) which consists of three stages, namely predicting, observing, and explaining. The research method used was the preexperimental method with the research design of one group pretest-posttest. The subjects in this study were fifth grade students in one of the elementary schools in Bandung Regency. Based on the data obtained from the pretest sheet, the prediction sheet and post-test sheet, it was found that there was a change in conception in students who had attended the study using the POE strategy. This can be seen from the reduced number of students with the category of answers to misconceptions significantly and the other side there is an increase in students with the category of understanding answers. For this reason, researchers provide recommendations to use the POE strategy as a solution to improve the existence of misconceptions
Effect of Active Learning Strategy Type Card Sort of Understanding The Concept of Students: (Quasi-Experimental Study in Elementary School Fourth Grade Cigedang on Scene 7 IPS Subtheme 1 Education Academic Year 2018/2019) Sari, Mia Zultrianti; Camelia, Camelia
International Conference on Elementary Education Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020): Proceedings The 2nd International Conference on Elementary Education
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Learning is a process of interaction or educational activities between teachers and students. Problems faced that students have difficulty in understanding the material presented by the teacher. Understanding the concept is needed by students in each lesson. Active learning strategy type of Card Sort is a student-centered learning with emphasis on active student involvement in learning that is used to make students better understand the concepts being taught. This study aimed to determine the effect of the use of Active Learning Strategies Card Sort mode and the differences increase in the understanding of the concept of students who get Type Active Learning Strategies Card Sort by students who had learning lectures. The method used is quasi experiments conducted at Elementary School fourth grade B Cigedang. To obtain the data used research instruments are objective tests (pretest-posttest). Data were analyzed using t tests to see the effect and the difference increased understanding of the concept of students in both groups. These results indicate that learning using Active Learning Strategies Type of Card Sort the experimental class has an average value of 87.29 posttest results, while the control class by using the average learning lecture 70.85 posttest results so that there are differences in the average value experiment grade higher than the grade control. T as well as on the group posttest is 7.795 with α = 0.05 so the H1 hypothesis is accepted by the acceptance criteria. It can be concluded that there are significant use of Active Learning Strategies Card Sort mode and the differences increase in the understanding of the concept of students in the fourth grade social studies learning Cigedang B Elementary School. To implement the strategy of active learning card types are advised to pay attention to the allocation sort of time available for learning remain effective and must pay attention to conditioning classes
Analysis of Learning Materials for Civic Education in development character in elementary schools Acesta, Arrova
International Conference on Elementary Education Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020): Proceedings The 2nd International Conference on Elementary Education
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This research is motivated by the low character of the responsibility of students in Ki Hajar Dewantara Elementary School, Kramatmulya District, Kuningan Regency. The purpose of this research is that the character of responsibility can be embedded in students, so through the Civics subject, students learn about the rights and obligations as students, as citizens, and recognize rights and obligations according to their respective roles. So in this case, it is necessary to analyze the implementation of teaching materials rights and obligations as well as the implementation of responsibilities, so that students have a responsible attitude towards the obligations given in studying Civics. This research uses survey research type. The research was conducted at the Ki Hajar Dewantara Elementary School, Kramatmulya District, Kuningan Regency. The data of this study were obtained from the results of filling out the questionnaire on grade V. students of the . The results of the analysis of teaching materials rights and obligations were concluded showing very good relevant categories. The results of research on the implementation of student responsibilities in the Elementary School Ki Hajar Dewantara on Civics subjects show relevance in good categories. It states that through the implementation of teaching materials rights and obligations at the Ki Hajar Dewantara Elementary School can develop the character of responsibility on students
The Effect of Learning Using Script Methods and Cooperative Articulation Methods Against Student Mathematical Learning Outcomes Herayanti, Herayanti; Wahyudin, Wahyudin
International Conference on Elementary Education Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020): Proceedings The 2nd International Conference on Elementary Education
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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of learning by using the Script and Cooperative Articulation methods on improving student mathematics learning outcomes. This research is a comparative study with a research design that is only posttest design. The population of this research is grade VII students of SMP Negeri 2 Palasah, Majalengka Regency, academic year 2017/2018. The sample in this study were 59 students who were determined using cluster random sampling techniques. Data collection techniques used: (1) learning outcomes using the Cooperative Script method (2) learning outcomes using the Cooperative articulation method (3) differences in the effect of the cooperative script method with the Cooperative articulation method
Describing Mathematical Communication Ability, Logical Thinking and Student Learning Outcome of Class V Elementary School in Sombaopu Makassar Syamsuddin, Agustan; Bahtiar, Armanda; Akib, Irwan
International Conference on Elementary Education Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020): Proceedings The 2nd International Conference on Elementary Education
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This study aims to determine (1) the influence of mathematical communication skills on students’ learning outcomes, (2) the influence of logical thinking on students’ learning outcomes, (3) the influence of mathematical communication skills and logical thinking on learning outcomes. This research was a correlational expost-facto study. The sample of this study were 160 students of grade V elementary school students in Sombaopu, Gowa in the academic year of 2017/2018, who were obtained through proportionate stratified random sampling technique. Data collection was done by providing tests of mathematical communication skills, tests of logical thinking and tests of student learning outcomes. The analysis technique used is descriptive statistics by finding the maximum, minimum, mean, and standard deviation values. The results of this study indicate: (1) there is a significant influence between mathematical communication skills and students’ learning outcomes. (2) there is a significant influence between logical thinking and students’ learning outcomes. (3) there is a significant influence between mathematical communication skills and logical thinking with students’ learning outcomes
Effect of The Use of Interactive Multimedia Learning Media on Student Learning Outcomes (Quasi-Experimental Study on Theme Subtema 2 of Grade IV Science Content in Lebakwangi Elementary School 2, Kuningan District) Hermawati, Eli; Eliyanti, Marlina; Setiawan, Aris
International Conference on Elementary Education Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020): Proceedings The 2nd International Conference on Elementary Education
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The background in this study is that there is a problem in student learning outcomes in the cognitive realm of science content caused by the use of learning media that are less varied. This study aims to determine (1) differences in learning outcomes between students who use interactive multimedia learning media in the experimental class with students who use powerpoint media after getting treatment in the control class, (2) the difference in gain of student learning outcomes using media interactive multimedia learning in the experimental class with students using powerpoint learning media in the control class. The type of research used in this study was quasi-experimental with nonequivalent control group design. The number of students in class 4A 24 students and 4B class 24 students. The data collection used in this study was a test instrument in the form of 20 multiple choice questions. The data analysis used is differential statistical analysis and inferential statistical analysis. The results showed (1) there were differences in student learning outcomes using interactive multimedia learning media with students using powerpoint learning media, (2) there were differences in improvement in student learning outcomes using interactive multimedia learning media with students using powerpoint learning media. The implication in this study is that interactive multimedia learning media are more effectively used in the subject of style influences. The researcher suggested that it would be better when the learning process was carried out as interesting as possible
Strategy Coaching Clinic Solutions Improving Teacher Ability in Writing Scientific Publication Munajah, Robiatul; Budiana, Kiki
International Conference on Elementary Education Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020): Proceedings The 2nd International Conference on Elementary Education
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The teacher is a professional. As a consequence of the position of teacher as a profession, a system of guidance and development of the teaching profession is needed that is programmed and sustained through professional development activities. However, based on field studies, most teachers have difficulty in writing scientific papers, so it is necessary to develop a coaching model that can improve the ability of teachers to compile scientific papers in the form of scientific publications. The formulation of the problem in the research is whether the Guidance Strategy Coaching Clinic can increase the activity of writing scientific publications of teachers at the Teacher Work Centers (PKG) of Kaduhejo Pandeglang subdistrict? Guidance Strategy Coaching Clinic can increase the interest in writing scientific publications of teachers at the Kaduhejo Pandeglang subdistrict Teacher Training Center (PKG) and Guidance Strategy can the Coaching Clinic Improve the quality of teacher scientific publications at the Kaduhejo Pandeglang subdistrict Teacher Training Center (PKG)? This study uses an action research design (Action Research) because this study addresses the practice of writing scientific publications, the problem of fostering the teaching profession concerning the improvement and improvement of writing competence. Action research is a form of study carried out to improve the conditions of teacher coaching and mentoring practices. Through the use of Guidance Strategies Coaching Clinic in the Guidance and professional development activities of teachers can increase the activities of writing scientific publications. This can be seen from the average percentage in the first cycle of 59.38%, increasing 28.75% in the second cycle to 88.13%. Interest in writing scientific publications of teachers increases. This can be seen from the final score in the first cycle of 3.58 experiencing an increase in the second cycle of 0.09 to 3.67. Then through the use of the Guidance Strategy, Coaching Clinic can improve the results of writing scientific publications of teachers at the Kaduhejo District Teacher Training Center (PKG). This can be seen from the average test results in the first cycle of 71.41, an increase of 5.62 in the second cycle to 77.03. Similarly, the percentage of mastery learning has increased from 59.38% to 37.50% increase to 96.88%. Guiding Strategy Coaching Clinic should be implemented according to the needs, gradually, continuously to improve the professionalism of the teacher
Kawih Asuh Barudak: Innovative Media of Sunda Learning in Elementary School Hendrayana, Dian; Suherman, Agus
International Conference on Elementary Education Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020): Proceedings The 2nd International Conference on Elementary Education
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For a long time elementary school students in West Java did not have songs based on education and character development. Therefore, students often sing songs belonging to adults who are not intended. Lately Kawih Asuh Barudak material has appeared in the educational environment. The purpose of this study is to explain how the material of Kawih Asuh Barudak is used for learning Sundanese in elementary schools. Kawih Asuh Barudak are Sundanese songs containing moral messages such as strengthening piety, respect for parents, love for the environment, love for others, knowledge, character, and love for the motherland; packed with musical compositions that are lightweight and easy to learn. The results obtained are, 1) students prefer to absorb learning material with innovative, creative, interactive, and enjoy; 2) students prefer to follow learning material by singing method which is more fun than lecture method; and 3) students are easier to absorb applicable learning material than theoretical and rote learning. Therefore, language learning methods through media with kawih material are seen as alternatives to innovative learning media

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