Year 2020, Volume 8 , Issue 3, Pages 1291 - 1304 2020-09-15

The effectiveness of video-based interaction on professional science teachers to improve elementary school students achievements

A. A. Ketut BUDİASTRA [1] , Iwan WİCAKSONO [2] , Nıa ERLİNA [3]


The process of interaction as a follow-up package in the process of video-based tutorials effectively toward gifted teachers. This study aimed to analyze the effectiveness of VBI in Teacher Working Group (TWG) forums to improve elementary school students achievements. Interaction is the follow up phase of an effective teaching and learning activities using video by gifted teachers. This study analyzed the effectiveness of video-based interaction (VBI) in a teacher forum in improving elementary school students’ outcome in science learning. This study was carried out in the context of distance learning by applying the inquiry approach to support teachers’ pedagogical competence. The samples were 36 gifted teachers and 432 students who were purposively selected. This study used one group pretest - posttest quasi-experimental design. N-Gain was employed to analyze the learning process in improving students’ learning outcome. The results of the analysis indicated significant and consistent increases in students’ learning outcome of high, high, high and moderate scores for N-gain categories of memorizing, understanding, applying and analyzing respectively. Teacher professionalism also contributed to students' excellent learning outcomes. Positive teacher and student responses to the effectiveness of VBI helped teachers and students to improve competencies that have to be achieved by describing video-based interaction and inquiry-based learning in general.
video-based interaction, gifted science teacher, elementary school students’ achievements, inquiry
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Primary Language en
Subjects Education and Educational Research
Journal Section Differentiated Instruction
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0003-3353-3965
Author: A. A. Ketut BUDİASTRA
Institution: Universitas Terbuka
Country: Indonesia


Orcid: 0000-0003-0717-1577
Author: Iwan WİCAKSONO
Institution: Universitas Jember
Country: Indonesia


Orcid: 0000-0003-2199-5046
Author: Nıa ERLİNA (Primary Author)
Institution: Institut Agama Islam Negeri Jember
Country: Indonesia


Supporting Institution Universitas Terbuka
Project Number 2814/UN31.2/DN/2016
Thanks The writers would like to thank the Government of the Republic of Indonesia especially the Ministry of Finance and Universitas Terbuka Research Center. The writers also would like to extend our gratitude to several elementary schools in Tabanan, Bali and East Belitung, Bangka Belitung Islands, Indonesia for the support in the implementation of VBI in the context of distance learning. At last, the writers also thank validators who made this study can be carried out properly.
Dates

Publication Date : September 15, 2020

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APA Budi̇astra, A , Wi̇caksono, I , Erli̇na, N . (2020). The effectiveness of video-based interaction on professional science teachers to improve elementary school students achievements . Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists , 8 (3) , 1291-1304 . DOI: 10.17478/jegys.715139
MLA Budi̇astra, A , Wi̇caksono, I , Erli̇na, N . "The effectiveness of video-based interaction on professional science teachers to improve elementary school students achievements" . Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists 8 (2020 ): 1291-1304 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/jegys/issue/55332/715139>
Chicago Budi̇astra, A , Wi̇caksono, I , Erli̇na, N . "The effectiveness of video-based interaction on professional science teachers to improve elementary school students achievements". Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists 8 (2020 ): 1291-1304
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ISNAD Budi̇astra, A. A. Ketut , Wi̇caksono, Iwan , Erli̇na, Nıa . "The effectiveness of video-based interaction on professional science teachers to improve elementary school students achievements". Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists 8 / 3 (September 2020): 1291-1304 . https://doi.org/10.17478/jegys.715139
AMA Budi̇astra A , Wi̇caksono I , Erli̇na N . The effectiveness of video-based interaction on professional science teachers to improve elementary school students achievements. JEGYS. 2020; 8(3): 1291-1304.
Vancouver Budi̇astra A , Wi̇caksono I , Erli̇na N . The effectiveness of video-based interaction on professional science teachers to improve elementary school students achievements. Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists. 2020; 8(3): 1291-1304.