HOMOGENEITY PSYCHO COGNITION LEARNING STRATEGIES FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENT

John Rafafy Batlolona

Abstract


The purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of the HPC strategy on primary school student learning outcomes. This research produces several conclusions as follows: 1) The Homogeneity Psycho Cognition (HPC) learning strategy has been developed following the relevant development directions and procedures; 2) The results of the validation of the HPC strategy by experts indicate that the HPC strategy is appropriate for use with little revision; 3) The results of small-scale and medium-scale trials show that the HPC strategy is well-responded by students. The results of the study suggested the following matters: 1) It is necessary to conduct trials on a broader scale to obtain information about the effectiveness of the HPC strategy in various elementary schools in Ambon City and other districts; 2) Experimental research is needed to examine the effect of the HPC learning strategy on student learning outcomes in Physical Education, Sport and Health (PJOK) subjects including other subjects; 3) It is necessary to conduct a broader and in-depth research study on HPC strategies at various levels of education and subjects in various regions.


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