PrimaryEdu : Journal of Primary Education 2023-11-16T07:09:07+00:00 Anugrah Ramadhan Firdaus Open Journal Systems <p>PrimaryEdu Journal publishes original research or theoretical papers about teaching and learning in<span class="Apple-converted-space"><span class="Apple-converted-space"> </span>Primary Teacher Education study program of STKIP Siliwangi Bandung<span class="Apple-converted-space"> (IKIP Siliwangi) </span></span>on current science issues, namely:</p> <ul> <li>Teacher of Primary School.</li> <li>Observers and Researchers of Primary School.</li> <li>Educational decisions maker on the regional and national levels.</li> </ul> <p>We recommend classroom action research, qualitative, descriptive, or quantitative. We may process a manuscript of didactic development research (DDR) or research and development (RnD).</p> <p>Our publication could be research on teaching method, an experiment of teaching aid or media, and even the effectiveness of lesson study. We accepted any manuscript derived from research of Primary education. We will not process a manuscript from the research approach of school management.</p> Building Students' Social Skills in Learning Conflict Resolution in Grade IV of Laboratory Elementary School 2023-03-05T10:16:41+00:00 Tuti Istianti Bunyamin Maftuh Enok Maryani Yona Wahyuningsih <p>This study aims to describe the results of students' social skills in learning conflict resolution in the fourth grade of Laboratory Elementary School of UPI Cibiru Campus. The research method used is qualitative research. Research results show that the implementation of conflict resolution learning in building social skills in grade IV is carried out through three stages, i.e., 1) preparation stage, 2) implementation stage, and 3) evaluation stage. The preparation stage is the stage of conducting curriculum analysis to see graduate competency standards, core competencies, and basic competencies; mapping the competencies, determining themes, compiling materials, designing evaluation tools, and designing lesson plans. The implementation phase consists of: 1) opening activities, 2). the main activities which include the following stages: search, logical reasoning, agreement building, decision making, conflict reflection, and 3) closing activities. The evaluation phase includes the assessment of affective, knowledge, and social skills competence.</p><p>Learning conflict resolution for the fourth graders of Laboratory Elementary School of UPI Cibiru in Bandung Regency has an impact on the development of students' social skills including thinking skills, cooperation skills, and emotional control skills. <strong>Teachers have focused attention on setting up learning systems and developing conflict resolution learning that enables students to increase their social skills.</strong></p> 2023-11-11T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 PrimaryEdu : Journal of Primary Education Motion Graphics Containing Education for Sustainable Development 2023-10-12T23:11:37+00:00 Pidi Setiadi Dwi Alia Istikhoroh Nurzaman <p>The emergence of issues of species extinction, pollution, scarcity, and others need to be addressed by everyone, including educators. One solution is the use of motion graphics-based learning media. This research was conducted to describe design development, design validity, and the effectiveness of motion graphic designs with content related to Education for Sustainable Development. The research method used is Design-Based Research. The stages of this research include identifying and analyzing problems for initial development needs, designing motion graphics media designs, implementing, reflecting, and making the final product. This research was conducted at the UPI Campus Tasikmalaya partner school. The results of the study found that motion graphics which contain Education for Sustainable Development are very useful as a medium for learning the functions of attention and affection significantly. Motion graphics duration of no more than 3-5 minutes is sufficient to focus students' attention on learning more deeply about human activity with a sustainable perspective. However, it was also found that this short duration limits the richer educational content related to Education for Sustainable Development, so it is recommended to use motion graphics in combination with learning media and other teaching materials.</p> 2023-09-25T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Religious Character Strengthening As Children Policy at SDIT Faza Azkia 2023-08-22T02:44:50+00:00 Nahriyah Fata Kama Abdul Hakam Momod Abdul Somad Yadi Ruyadi <p>The negative and positive impacts of the spread of digital as one of the main characteristics of changes in welcoming the 4.0 revolution era turned out to have a major impact on the process of parenting children in the family. This study aims to determine the effectiveness of strengthening religious character in children at one of the schools, namely Sdit Faza Azkia. This research uses a qualitative approach with a case study method. Data collection techniques used in this study were observation, interviews and questionnaires related to students' opinions regarding the application of policies on childcare. The results of the study show that the use of the method of strengthening religious character is effective as one of the parenting patterns as implemented at SDit Faza Azkia.</p> 2023-09-25T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 PrimaryEdu : Journal of Primary Education The Effect Of The Cooperative Integrated Reading And Composition Model Assisted Video Media On Reading Comprehension And Critical Thinking 2023-08-31T12:47:32+00:00 Arifin Ahmad Bachrudin Musthafa Dadang Sunendar Ryan Septian <p>The purpose of this study is to find out the Cooperative Integrated Reading And Composition model assisted by video media on its effect on reading comprehension and critical thinking. With a hypothesis that has a significant effect on students' reading comprehension and critical thinking skills, this research departs from the low reading comprehension ability and critical thinking skills of students at SDN Cihanjawar 02. A quantitative method with a quasi-experimental method is the method used in this research. Meanwhile, the design used is a non-equivalent group by conducting a pretest and posttest. Management techniques are carried out using normality tests, homogeneity tests, t tests and effect sizes. With the results of this research data analysis, there is an influence arising from the use of the Cooperative Integrated Reading And Composition model on the ability to read comprehension and critical thinking of fifth grade students at SDN Cihanjawar 02 based on the results of the Independent Sample T test obtained a sig (2-taled) value of 0.025 &lt; 0.05 for reading comprehension ability and 0.010 &lt;0.05 which means H0 is rejected and Ha is accepted. With the influence seen from the effect size test of 0.54 for reading comprehension skills and 0.60 for critical thinking skills, it can be said that the Cooperative Integrated Reading And Compositon model assisted by video media has a moderate effect.</p> <p><strong>Keywords</strong>:&nbsp; CIRC, Reading Comprehension, Critical Thinking</p> 2023-09-25T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Use Of The UTAUT 2 Model to Find Out Acceptance of Multimodality Learning Media Web-Based Elementary School Teachers in West Java 2023-09-05T15:32:59+00:00 Erna Susilawati Yunus Abidin Dede Trie Kurniawan <p><strong>Abstract</strong></p> <p>Interest in web-based multimodality learning media has increased rapidly in recent years. Multimodality learning media combines various elements such as text, images, audio, video, animation, and interactivity to create rich and interesting learning experiences. This study aims to describe the success and acceptability of web-based multimodality learning media among students. This study uses a qualitative approach involving students from various levels of education. Data was collected through observation, interviews and surveys. The results showed that web-based multimodality learning media was highly accepted by students. They expressed high satisfaction with interactive multimodality learning experiences and greater involvement in the learning process. Learners appreciate the accessibility of web-based learning media that allows flexible and independent learning. They also reported that the use of various media elements such as images, videos, and audio helps reinforce understanding and maintain interest in learning. Students also like interactive features that allow them to be actively involved in the learning process, such as quizzes, interactive exercises, and online discussions. However, this study also identified several challenges that need to be addressed. Some students experience problems accessing a stable and limited internet, while others have limitations in technology skills. In addition, the attention that is divided between learning media and online distractions is also a challenge faced by students. Referring to the results of this study, it is suggested that educational institutions continue to encourage the use of web-based multimodality learning media. Efforts need to be made to improve internet accessibility and provide technology skills training to students. In addition, it is important to design learning media that are interesting, interactive, and easy to use to maintain students' interest and involvement in the learning process.</p> <p><strong>Keywords</strong>: UTAUT2; Instructional Media; Multimodality</p> 2023-09-25T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Disaster Risk Reduction Based on Indigenous Knowledge in Fostering Environmental Care and Student Responsibility 2023-08-24T14:52:11+00:00 Ilfi Intansari Bambang Saptono Ujang Sugara Sisca Wulandari <p>The purpose of this study is 1) the application of indigenous Knowledge-based Disaster Risk Reduction education in fostering the character of environmental care and responsibility. 2) supporting and inhibiting factors in the implementation of indigenous Knowledge-based Disaster Risk Reduction education in fostering the character of environmental care and responsibility. This study is a qualitative research with a case study approach. This research data obtained from observation, documentation, and in-depth interviews. Data analysis used in this study is qualitative data analysis. The results of this study indicate: 1) the application of Disaster Risk Reduction education based on indigenous knowledge is very important in shaping the character of environmental care and responsibility of Elementary School students 1 Waymuli. 2) several supporting factors have an important role in supporting the successful formation of the character of environmental care and responsibility.&nbsp; Routine evaluation, especially in overcoming obstacles to the implementation of indigenous knowledge-based Disaster Risk Reduction education in fostering the character of environmental care and responsibility of Elementary School students 1 Waymuli Lampung</p> 2023-09-25T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 The Learning Analysis Of Writing Poetry Using A Contextual Approach On Direct Object Onservation Technique For the PGSD Students 2022-12-05T09:00:54+00:00 Evi Susanti Ronny Mugara Anugrah Ramadhan Firdaus <p>Learning to write poetry using a contextual approach to direct object observation techniques for PGSD students is an approach that could help elementary school students understand poetry writing. The purpose in this study in this study were third semester PGSD students at IKIP Siliwangi Cimahi. The method used in this study is quantitative research with the one-group pretest-posttest method. The population in this study was the PGSD students IKIP Siliwangi  in Cimahi with a sample of 33 students. The instrument in this study was observation and a test. Based on the results of data analysis carried out with the average score of learning before using the contextual approach of direct object observation techniques and after using the contextual approach of direct object observation technique, it was revealed that there was a significant improvement as evidenced by the results of data analysis carried out with the average score of learning before using the contextual method direct object observation technique with the total score was 40.90 and after using contextual method direct object observation technique with the total score was 68.48.</p> 2023-09-25T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 PrimaryEdu : Journal of Primary Education Acceptability of Web-Based Multimodality Learning Media for Elementary School Teachers in West Java 2023-07-12T08:52:04+00:00 Lucky Taufik Sutrisno Yunus Abidin Dede Trie Kurniawan <p>The purpose of this research is to understand the extent to which teachers in West Java accept and use web-based multimodality learning media in their learning activities. This study involved elementary school teachers as research participants. The data was collected through surveys and interviews, which aimed to gain a comprehensive understanding of the views, attitudes, and experiences of teachers towards the use of web-based multimodal learning media. Factors such as technology knowledge, skills in using media, availability of infrastructure, institutional support, and teachers' personal preferences will be explored as factors influencing their acceptability to web-based multimodal learning media. Data analysis will be carried out to identify the factors that influence the level of acceptability of teachers towards web-based multimodality learning media. It is hoped that the findings of this study will provide insight into the level of acceptance by teachers of web-based multimodality learning media, as well as recommendations for the development and implementation of more effective learning media in elementary schools in West Java. Thus, this research has the potential to make a positive contribution to the development of education in West Java by strengthening the understanding of the acceptability of web-based multimodal learning media among elementary school teachers.</p> 2023-09-25T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 The E-A-S-I (Exposure-Analogy Visual-Social Action-Impact Writing) Learning Model: Improving Reflective Writing Skills and Developing Values in Elementary School through Wayang Sukuraga 2023-08-24T11:00:19+00:00 Dyah Lyesmaya Bachrudin Musthafa Dadang Sunendar Rahman Fahrurrozzi fahrurrozzi <p><em>This research aims to develop a literacy learning model based on the visual analogy of Wayang Sukuraga as a construction of values in reflective writing for elementary school students. EASI&nbsp;integrates the visual analogy media of Wayang Sukuraga with reflective writing learning to enhance understanding and value development in writing. The inadequate literacy programs in elementary schools, especially in students' writing abilities integrated with local wisdom values, became the background of this research. As a solution, the author developed a literacy learning model based on the visual analogy of Wayang Sukuraga and conducted a limited test and effectiveness of this model in seven elementary schools in Sukabumi City. This research used a research and development method involving the stages of development, validation, and implementation of the learning model. The research subjects were elementary school students in seven schools in Sukabumi City, in the area where Wayang Sukuraga originated. Data were collected through observation, interviews, questionnaires, and written tests. The results of the research showed that this model is effective in improving reflective writing skills and constructing values in students, especially in religious values, honesty, courage, independence, cooperation, and hard work. The visual analogy of Wayang Sukuraga proved to be an effective means of facilitating literacy learning for students, so the development of a literacy learning model based on the visual analogy of Wayang Sukuraga can be an effective alternative for improving reflective writing skills and value construction in elementary school students in Sukabumi City. Furthermore, this model is also effective in facilitating a more active, creative, and enjoyable learning process for students. </em></p> 2023-09-25T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Implementation of A Javanese Language Bilingual Program in Primary School 2023-11-16T07:09:07+00:00 Vina Anggia Nastitie Ariawan Uus Kuswendi Eka Dwi Agustin <p><strong>Abstract</strong></p> <p>This study aims to analyze the implementation of the Javanese bilingual program and the difficulties in implementing the Javanese bilingual program in elementary schools. This study used descriptive qualitative method. The research participants were 18 fifth grade students, 2 teachers and the school principal. Data collection techniques used interview, observation, and documentation methods. Then the data is analyzed using the Miles and Huberman models continuously to obtain saturated data and can drawing a conclusion. Meanwhile, data validity testing used technical triangulation and source triangulation. The results showed that the implementation of the Javanese bilingual program in elementary schools was applied to the habit of communicating with teacher by using Krama and students could communicate in Ngoko with their peers. Javanese language used both inside and outside the classroom. This bilingual program rise to a positive impact to building students' Javanese language skills whose is better than the students without the Javanese bilingual program. Then, another side effect is increasing the enthusiasm of the community and parents of students to register their children studying in elementary schools with the Javanese bilingual program. Difficulties in implementing the Javanese bilingual program are the existence of a pandemic, limited time to meet students, student understanding, and teacher creativity to increase student motivation in applying Javanese as a daily communication tool.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Keywords</strong>:&nbsp; Bilingual, Javanese, Primary School</p> 2023-09-25T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023