Audiovisual Media Assisted Guided Inquiry Model in Improving Learning Results

Herwina Bahar, Iswan Iswan, Sri Sudarningrum


This study proved that audio-visual media assisted inquiry model can improve Learning Outcomes. The objective of this research was to improve the learning outcomes of science material on the Change of Surface Appearance of Earth and Celestial Objects through a guided inquiry model assisted by audio visual media in fourth grade students of SD Perguruan Rakyat 3, East Jakarta. This study used a Classroom Action Research design consisting of two cycles. Each cycle consists of 4 (four) stages. These are planning, implementing, observing and reflecting. The subject of this research was the fourth grade students of SD Perguruan Rakyat 3, East Jakarta. The results showed: (1) students’s activity in first cycle got a score 18.6 which it means sufficient qualification but had not yet reached the success level of learning and the second cycle increased with a score of 25.9 which it means good qualifications and reached the level of learning success. (2) the classical learning completeness of students in the first cycle was 48%, then increased in the second cycle was up to 92%. The conclusion of this study is the application of guided inquiry models can improve science learning outcomes included students’ learning activities and student’s learning outcomes. Based on these conclusions, it can be judge that the audiovisual assisted guided inquiry model can facilitate students to learn independently and attract students' attention through an attractive display design so that it is very good if applied in science learning. Keywords: inquiry, audio-visual, learning outcomes.

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