Improving the students’ learning concentration through ice breaking

Sari, Ulfi Andrian and Fauziyah, Nailul and Ghozi, Ahmad (2021) Improving the students’ learning concentration through ice breaking. Presented at ICONETOS 2020 – the International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Social Science, 31 October 2020, LP2M UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang.

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Abstract

This study aims to increase the students’ learning concentration through ice breaking. It employs classroom action research method conducted in Islamic Junior High School (MTs) Surya Buana Malang subjecting 86 students of class VIIA, VIIB, and VIIC. To measure the students’ learning concentration, observation sheet is used. The research steps are (1) planning, (2) action, (3) observation, and (4) reflection. The data of the students’ concentration were analyzed by using the formula of frequency distribution. The research result in cycle 1 shows that students’ ability refers to the category of Less Developing (LD) = 17%, Developing (D) = 33%, and Developed as Expected (DE) = 50%. In cycle 2, ice breaking for the students’ concentration manages to reach the desired targets, which are LD = 10%, D = 23%, and DE = 67%. The cycle 1 and cycle 2 results show an increase in the number of students who are in the category of DE by 17%. Finally, it concludes that ice breaking can increase the students’ learning concentration.

Item Type: Conference (Paper)
Keywords: Ice Breaking, Students’ Learning Concentration, Social Science
Subjects: 13 EDUCATION > 1301 Education Systems > 130106 Secondary Education
13 EDUCATION > 1301 Education Systems
Divisions: Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teaching Training > Department of Social Science Education
Depositing User: Ulfi Andrian Sari
Date Deposited: 05 May 2021 10:34

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