INCREASING STUDENT ACTIVITY AND CREATIVITY USING THE PROGRESS MODEL IN CLASS V IPS CONTENT
The problem of this research is the low activity, creativity and student learning outcomes in social science subjects. The research aims to describe teacher activity, to analyze the increase in student activity, to analyze student learning creativity, and to analyze the increase in student learning outcomes. The method used is both qualitative and quantitative with the type of Classroom Action Research (CAR). The research subjects were students of class VB SDN Spirit Dalam 5 Barito Kuala. This research was conducted in 3 meetings, each meeting consisting of planning, action, observation and reflection. The results showed that teacher activity was carried out up to 90% in the "very good" category, student activities were carried out up to 100% in the "very active" category, student creativity reached 100% in the "very creative" category, cognitive learning outcomes students achieve a percentage of 100% in the "complete" category, affective learning outcomes achieve a percentage of 100% in the "complete" category, and psychomotor learning outcomes achieve a percentage of 100% in the "very good" category. Based on the results of this study it can be concluded that the combination of problem based learning, group investigation and snowball throwing learning models can increase activity, creativity and learning outcomes of elementary school students.
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