Strategies for Improving the Quality of Learning Outcomes in Elementary Schools


The quality of learning outcomes can be determined based on students’ achievement of certain targets and their creative, innovative, critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication and collaboration abilities. The current study using a systematic literature review identified, assessed, and interpreted data from all studies on effective strategies for improving the quality of student outcomes at the elementary school level. The findings showed that: (i) improving the competence of educators and education personnel; (ii) improving the quality of education from a 21st century standpoint; (iii) utilization of educational facilities as learning media in an effective, efficient, and attractive manner; and (iv) involvement of user institutions (users) and related elements can improve the quality of student outcomes.

Keywords: strategy, quality of graduates (outcome)

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