The Development of Manipulative Basic Motion Model by Resty for Elementary School Age

Resty Gustiawati, James Tangkudung, Firmansyah Dlis, Febi Kurniawan, Rolly Afrinaldi, Rekha Ratri Julianti, Jufrianis

The Development of Manipulative-Based Basic Motion Models for Elementary School Age has a research focus that provides a touch of play with verbal instructions and is fun for elementary school-aged children. The Rest Manipulative basic motion model for elementary school age uses the Borg and Gall Research and Development (R&D) model which produces the Manipulative Basic Motion Model by Resty for Elementary School Children. This Development Research was carried out in Karawang Regency, Bekasi Regency, Subang Regency, and Sumedang Regency. The small group test in this development research was conducted in 3 elementary schools namely SDN Kalangsari II, Kalangsari IV, and Kalangsurya III Rengasdengklok District Karawang Regency with 30 students and a large group test conducted in 4 Subdistricts namely SDN Tangjungpura II, West Karawang District, West Jomin SDN IV Kota Baru District, Plawad VI Public Elementary School, East Karawang District, and Pinayungan V SDN East Telukjambe District with 45 students. Then the effectiveness test was carried out in two districts namely SDN Karangreja 01 Bekasi District and SDN Sindangjati Sumedang Regency totaling 50 students as an experimental class. Then in two districts namely SDN Wanci Mekar I, Karawang regency and SDN Setiawinaya Subang, totaling 55 students as a control class.The test instrument used in this study is a test of manipulative basic motion processes which include rolling, throwing, kicking, catching, hitting, and bouncing, which has been validated by an expert (facevalidity) with a reliability test using Alpha Cronbach SPSS 20. The results of the effectiveness test on 54 models in the experimental class obtained the results of an average pretest score of 65.72 post test average of 75.14 with a t count of 23.02> t table 2.01. Then in the control class, the results obtained an average pre-test of 65.04 and post-test average of 67.96 with a t-count value of -8,867 from t table 1.980 and t count value in the control class t count 12.454> 1.980 results mean difference 6,420 with the Equal variances assumed value obtained 0,000 <0.05 means Ho is rejected and Ha is accepted, then it can be concluded that there is a significant difference (real) between the difference in the average value of the results of manipulative basic motion skills in the experimental group with the control group.Thus it can be stated an increase in the manipulative basic motion of children in the experimental class increased significantly. So that the Resty Manipulative Resty basic motion model is effectively used to improve the manipulative basic motion of elementary school age children.

Volume 12 | Issue 2

Pages: 3165-3174

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I2/S20201437