Action Research as a Process for Improve Teaching and Learning in Table Tennis Class


Action research is a method for implementing change starting from a spiral of plan, action, observation and reflection. The purpose of this article is to assess the effectiveness of action research used as a change process to improve the quality of teacher professionalism and the learning process in table tennis classes. This research is used to provide changes in teacher teaching skills and learning involving students, to reflect on and apply gradual change through reflection. The spiral method begins to plan, act, observe and reflect to apply gradual change through reflection. The results of action research provide good collaboration between teachers and students so as to create learning plans, learning methods, student worksheets and effective assessments in table tennis classes.


Action research process, Teaching and Learning, Table Tennis


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