The Effects of Puppet Games from Cassava Leaves on the Self Efficacy of Elementary School Students
This research was conducted to determine the effect of the puppet game from cassava leaves on the self-efficacy of elementary school students. The independent variable in this study was a game of puppets from cassava leaves. While the dependent variable of this study is self-efficacy. The design used in this study is the Pre-Post Test One Group Design. The subjects were 207 elementary school students in class V and class VI in Surakarta. The chronology of the study is a pre-test subject were given using a scale for ± 10 minutes. The next step is treatment in the form of puppet play from cassava leaves in the experimental group for ± 35 minutes. During the treatment, the researcher made observations with reference to the checklist observation sheet. The last plot is the post-test using the same scale as the pre-test, but the item number is random. The results of this study showed significant effect of the puppet game of cassava leaves cannot improving students’ self-efficacy. However, the results show the descriptive analysis of the puppet game cassava leaves can boost self-efficacy elementary school students who are in the low category as much as 86%, in the category of pretty much as 26%, and the high category as much as 5%.
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