USING MOSAIC-BASED PUZZLE MEDIA AS CREATIVE CHARACTER ESTABLISHMENT IN CLASS IV STUDENTS AT SD 43 BANDA ACEH

Authors

  • Uhtina Universitas Serambi Mekkah
  • Putry Julia Universitas Serambi Mekkah
  • Maulidar Universitas Serambi Mekkah

Abstract

This study aims to determine whether the use of mosaic-based puzzle media can shape students' creative character. Puzzle media is one of the learning media, learning media is a tool that functions to explain parts of the entire learning program that are considered unclear. Besides that, puzzle media can also be called an educational game because it is not only for playing but also sharpens the brain and trains the speed of thought and hands. The benefit of puzzle media in learning media is increasing cognitive skills. Each human being has its characteristics and character. Character is personality, behaviour, nature, character, temperament and character. Changing or shaping character depending on one's intellectual stimulus or stimulus. Character building can be done but not in a short time, as well as the creative character possessed by each student over time it will be able to develop. The purpose of character building is to be able to develop the ability of students to make good and bad decisions, and maintain and realize goodness in everyday life wholeheartedly. This study uses a qualitative method with a descriptive approach. The research subjects were fourth-grade students at SD Negeri 43 Banda Aceh, totalling 20 people, consisting of 12 female students and 8 students. Data was collected by document study, field observation, and also distributing questionnaires to grade 4 students. Based on the results of the study, it was concluded that there was an influence in the use of mosaic-based puzzle media to shape students' creative character, where 75% of children liked learning mosaic art using Puzzle media is proven by being an active, enthusiastic, increasing curiosity, and also stimulating to be able to complete the tasks given by the teacher.

Published

2023-06-05