Tingkat enjoyment peserta didik sekolah dasar terhadap physical activity break dalam pembelajaran

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.30738/trihayu.v9i2.14500

Kata Kunci:

Enjoyment, Students, elementary school, Physical Activity Break

Abstrak

Durasi kegiatan belajar merupakan sebagai faktor eksternal yang perlu diperhatikan dalam proses pembelajaran di Sekolah Dasar kelas bawah Physical Activity Break atau dapat diterjemahkan istirahat dengan aktivitas fisik merupakan kegiatan alternatif sebagai solusi atas permasalahan durasi belajar dan waktu duduk yang lama bagi peserta didik sekolah dasar. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui tingkat enjoyment peserta didik sekolah dasar kelas bawah di kota Yogyakarta terhadap implementasi Physical Actvity Break dalam proses pembelajaran. Penelitian ini menggunakan metode diskriptif kuantitatif. Sampel dalam penelitian ini meggunakan teknik sampling acak sederhana. Data sampel dari bagian jumlah populasi siswa SD Masjid Syuhada di wilayah DIY. Sampel dalam penelitian ini diambil sebanyak 64 peserta didiik. Instrument yang digunakan berupa kuisioner dengan butir pernyataan sejumlah 12, telah dikonsultasikan kepada ahli dan teruji teruji valid dan reliabel. Teknik analisis data dalam penelitian ini dilakukan dengan menggunakan uji statistik deskriptif dengan bantuan software SPSS. Hasil analisis dalam penelitian ini disajikan dalam bentuk perhitungan minimal (Min), Maksimal (Max), Mean (M), Median (Me), Modus (Mo), Standar Deviasi (SD), Distribusi Frekuensi, Histogram, dan Presentase pada per aspek dan per item. Berdasarkan hasil penelitian telah menunjukkan bahwa frekuensi Tingkat Enjoyment peserta didik Sekolah Dasar terhadap Physical Activity Break paling banyak ada 30 siswa (46,9%) terdapat pada interval 11–12. Sedangkan paling sedikit ada 2 siswa (00%) terdapat pada interval 13-14 dan 15-16. Selanjutnya jumlah skor total Tingkat Enjoyment Terhadap PAB adalah 650 dan skor kriterium Tingkat Enjoyment Terhadap PAB adalah 768 sehingga nilai persentase mencapai 84,64 berada pada kategori sangat tinggi. Dengan demikian dapat disimpulkan bahwa Tingkat Enjoyment peserta didik Sekolah Dasar terhadap Physical Activity Break dalam pembelajaran dapat dikatakan sangat tinggi berdasarkan hasil penelitian kuantitatif. Perasaan senang dan nyaman yang dialami peserta didik, serta dampak positif dalam pelaksanaan Physical Activity Break menjadi kunci sukses keberhasilan pembelajaran di sekolah.

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gani, ismail, Yudanto, Hendra Setyawan, & Willy Ihsan Rizkyanto. (2023). Tingkat enjoyment peserta didik sekolah dasar terhadap physical activity break dalam pembelajaran. TRIHAYU: Jurnal Pendidikan Ke-SD-an, 9(2), 165–178. https://doi.org/10.30738/trihayu.v9i2.14500

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