Research Paper | Education Management | Indonesia | Volume 7 Issue 8, August 2018
Increasing Kata Learning Motivation (Stance) Through Mastery Learning
Ratna Dewi, Kadek Dian Vanagosi, Putu Citra Permana Dewi
In general, the purpose of this action research is to increase the motivation to learn Kata in Karate classes through mastery learning. In addition, this study was conducted to determine the increase in motivation, process and improvement of learning outcomes on student Kata Karate. This action research using qualitative approaches. Subjects in this study were students of the second semester of a regular classroom Coaching Education State University of Medan. This study was conducted with four sessions consisted of two cycles, each cycle of two meetings. To test increased motivation to learn words through the mastery learning karate courses increased motivation to learn kata through mastery learning in the first cycle showed that 29 (60.42 %) students have been completed, and 19 (39.58 %) students not complete yet. This means that for psychomotor aspects of learning first cycle is not complete yet in the classical 85 % of students studying completed.therefore necessary repairs for the next cycle. From the results of the assessment showed that 43 (89.58 %) students had been completed, and 5 (10.42 %) students not complete yet. This means that for psychomotor aspects of the learning cycle has been completed in the classical II ie 95 % of students completed.
Keywords: Mastery Learning Styles, Motivation, and Learning Outcomes Kata Karate
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 8, August 2018
Pages: 751 - 758
How to Cite this Article?
Ratna Dewi, Kadek Dian Vanagosi, Putu Citra Permana Dewi, "Increasing Kata Learning Motivation (Stance) Through Mastery Learning", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=ART2019517, Volume 7 Issue 8, August 2018, 751 - 758
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