THE INFLUENCE OF PROJECT-BASED LEARNING LEARNING MODEL AND EDUCABILITY MOTOR LEVEL OF FUNDAMENTAL MOTOR SKILL STUDENTS IN CLASS III ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

1Hilmy Aliriad, Soegiyanto, Hari Setijono, Sulaiman

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Abstract:

Model Learner’s Project-Based learning and level Motor Educability can upgrade Motion elementary students (Fundamental Motor Skill). The purpose of this study is to get the implications of the Projectbased learning model of learning so that students are not focused on the teacher, but can choose their projects facilitated by the teacher. This study uses a random control group pretest and post-test design experimental method. The population in the study was 86 people, with the number of samples until treatment group I was 24 people given PjBL learning models with high motor educability, treatment group II was 24 people given with low motor education. The test used is a fundamental motor skill test to measure students' basic movements. This study concludes that the Project-Based Learning Model with the level of motor educability has a significant effect on the basic movements of students (Fundamental Motor Skill).

Keywords:

Learning Model Project Based Learning, Motor Educability, Motor Skill Fundamentals

Paper Details
Month4
Year2020
Volume24
IssueIssue 6
Pages7304-7309