INCREASING LEARNING OUTCOMES RHYTMIC GYMNASTICS ACTIVITIES THROUGH ACTIVE LEARNING APPROACHES

  • Abdullah Department, Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Moch. Asmawi Department, Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Samsudin Department, Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Indonesia
Keywords: : Learning Outcomes, Rhythmic Gymnastics, Active Learning Approaches

Abstract

The application of the rhythmic gymnastics learning approach must be in accordance with the
characteristics of students, for that it requires an innovative and active learning approach
according to all the existing characters. The method used is action research using Kemmis and
Mc. Taggart with the design of planning, observation, action and reflection. The results showed
an increase in rhythmic gymnastics learning outcomes. This is evidenced by the average in the
pre cycle which is 43.2 with a percentage of 42.29%, in the first cycle increased to 63.9 with a
percentage of 55.26% and in the second cycle increased to 87.3 with a percentage of 100%. So,
it can be concluded that the active learning approach can improve the learning outcomes of
rhythmic gymnastics. Because the application of an active learning approach is adapted to the
characteristics of students who want to learn and facilitate the learning process in
understanding the rhythmic gymnastics methods.

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Published
2019-10-31
How to Cite
Abdullah, Asmawi, M., & Samsudin. (2019). INCREASING LEARNING OUTCOMES RHYTMIC GYMNASTICS ACTIVITIES THROUGH ACTIVE LEARNING APPROACHES. International Journal of Engineering Technologies and Management Research, 6(10), 65-70. https://doi.org/10.29121/ijetmr.v6.i10.2019.581