Model Pendekatan Guru dalam Optimalisasi Class Room Management di Madrasah Ibtidaiyah
Keywords:pendekatan guru, class room management.
This study was conducted with the aim of describing the approach model used by teachers in optimizing the implementation of class room management as an effort to shape learning in Islamic elementari school Madrasah Ibtidaiyah (MI), to describe the extent of student responses to the model used by teachers in optimizing the implementation of class room management. The design used in this study is case study research to describe the phenomena and facts that occur in the learning process in the classroom through non-participant observation activities, interviews and questionnaires with student respondents on teaching and learning activities undertaken by teachers and students at MI Al Asyhar Jelu Ngasem Bojonegoro. The validity of the data obtained using the method of triangulation of sources, and techniques are then analyzed to get conclusions. The results of the research that have been done show that classroom room management has a strategic role in creating efficient learning, through several stages, namely; planning, organizing, implementing and evaluating learning. As the results of the study show that under class room management that has been applied at MI Al Asyhar has a very strategic role, it is supported by the recognition of students as respondents taken through questionnaires, with the results of 89% of students feeling that the classroom management room teacher is applying a humanistic model, and democratic authority models by 84%, and behavioristic models 78%. Learning will be more fun and successful if the use of class room management maximizes and combines the advantages of the three models.
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