Implementation of Project-Based Learning (PjBL) through One Man One Tree to Improve Students’ Attitude and Behavior to Support

  •  Risnani Risnani    
  •  Sumarmi Sumarmi    
  •  I Astina    


The attitude and behavior of the students of class XI-6 in relation to environmental awareness is very low. It proves that there is no student involvement in environmental conservation. The purpose of this study is to increase students’ attitude and behavior related to environmental conservation using “One Man One Tree” Project Based Learning (PjBL). The study is a Classroom Action Research (CAR) conducted within two cycles. The subjects in this study are XI-6 students of SMAN 1 Torjun. It is conducted during the 205/2016 academic year. The data are scores of the attitude test and student’s behavioral manifestations. The findings show that there is an increase in the students’ attitude and behavior related to environmental awareness from the first cycle to the second cycle. The average yield postes attitude of the students on the first cycle is 86, while that on the second cycle is 93.2. The average yield postes behavior on the first cycle is 69 while the average score increases to 90.4 on the second cycle. It is suggested that teachers become more creative in applying the learning model that encourage students to protect the environment.

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