ARTIKEL ICAAE : Optimization Learning of Dance Low Class Student in Elementary Schools Through the 3N Model (Niteni, Nirokke, Nambahi)

Dr. Cicilia Ika Rahayu Nita, M.Pd, Cicilia and Ratih Kartika Werdiningtyas, M.Pd, Ratih and Ana Nurlaili, Ana ARTIKEL ICAAE : Optimization Learning of Dance Low Class Student in Elementary Schools Through the 3N Model (Niteni, Nirokke, Nambahi). Optimization Learning of Dance Low Class Student in Elementary Schools Through the 3N Model (Niteni, Nirokke, Nambahi). (Unpublished)

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Abstract Improved learning outcomes of dance art need a learning models that are adjust teacher and student needs. One of model that can be applied is 3N. The 3N model is done by seeing, imitating and adding (Niteni, Nirokke, Nambahi). In special classes, there is a class in high-class courses. There is a disregard for the N that exists in the 3N learning model in low class, which is not in adding step ( Nambahi). The purpose of this study is (1) to analyze the effect of 3N in learning of dance low class students in elementary schools, (2) to describe the appropriate dimensions of optimizing learning of dance low class students in elementary schools using the 3N model. The research method used is a mixed method namely quantitative and qualitative with sequential exploratory structure. This research uses purposive sampling. Data analysis techniques use the 3N learning model principle. The results of the research and data analysis can be concluded (1) there is a significant influence in use of 3N towards learning the result of dance low class students in elementary schools, (2) there is a dominance of 2N of 3N in application learning of dance low class students in elementary schools. Keywords: 3N (Niteni, Nirokke, Nambahi), Learning of Dance

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Sosial dan Humaniora > Artikel
Divisions: Fakultas Ilmu Pendidikan > Pendidikan Guru Sekolah Dasar
Depositing User: M.Pd CICILIA IKA RAHAYUNITA
Date Deposited: 21 Mar 2019 10:58
Last Modified: 21 Mar 2019 10:58
URI: http://repository.unikama.ac.id/id/eprint/2396

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