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Taufik M S, Ridlo A F, Solahuddin S, Iskandar T, Taroreh B S. Application of YouTube-Based Virtual Blended Learning as a Learning Media for Fundamental Movement Skills in Elementary Schools during the Covid Pandemic 19. Ann Appl Sport Sci. 2022; 10 (1)
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1- University of Suryakancana, Jl. Pasirgede Raya, Bojongherang, Kec. Cianjur, Kabupaten Cianjur, Indonesia , syamsul@unsur.ac.id
2- University of 45 Islam Bekasi, Jalan Cut Mutia Raya No. 83, Margahayu, Bekasi Timur, RT.004/RW.009, Margahayu, Kec. Bekasi Timur, Indonesia
3- University of Sriwijya, Jl. Masjid Al Gazali, Bukit Lama, Kec. Ilir Bar. I, Kota Palembang, Sumatera Selatan, Indonesia
4- University of Bina Darma, Jl. Jenderal Ahmad Yani No.15, 9/10 Ulu, Kecamatan Seberang Ulu I, Kota Palembang, Sumatera Selatan, Indonesia
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Background. This study aimed to obtain an overview of learning outcomes using a virtual YouTube-based application as a medium for fundamental movement skills learning at the Elementary School.
Methods. The method used in this study was classroom action research. The learning system created and implemented is a YouTube-based virtual learning system. The design used is a cycle model that includes planning, implementing, observing, and reflecting. The population used was a purposive sample of 32 students in 5th grade. The instrument used was in the form of field notes (Duration Recording), namely the use of virtual Blended Learning based on physical education YouTube videos for fundamental movement skills through observation with an average of 55% so that the target achievement was determined with an average of 80%.
Results. Based on research in cycle I (Actions A, I, and W), 80.43%, because it has not exceeded the research target, it was continued to cycle II. Based on the results of the data analysis, the actions in the second cycle generated a perfect change (85.42%). This change can be seen after applying instructional media and explicit instructions that students can understand. Paired sample t-test shows the results of the value of 50.87 with p=0.000 <0.05, which means that there is an increase in students’ fundamental movement skills.
Conclusion. The fundamental movement skills learning using a virtual YouTube-based application is entirely meaningful in increasing the Learning Media for Sindang Sari 1 Elementary School students.
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  • This study supports that YouTube-based virtual BL can improve fundamental movement skills learning outcomes of 5th-grade students in elementary school.

Type of Study: Original Article | Subject: Physical Education Learning
Received: 2021/05/19 | Accepted: 2021/07/28 | Published: 2022/03/19 | ePublished: 2022/03/19

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