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This research was motivated by the less than optimal thematic learning outcomes for MI Al-Gaotsiyah class A students during the COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose of this study was to find out whether the inquiry method could improve student learning outcomes. The study was conducted in two cycles and compared the results of the two cycles. Data collection was carried out by direct observation accompanied by collaboration with the teacher as a direct observer. Data processing is done quantitatively and qualitatively. The results showed that the inquiry method applied to online thematic learning could improve the performance of educators from 78 with the "Good" category to 91 with the "Very Good" category. Meanwhile, student learning outcomes which are the accumulation of affective, psychomotor, and cognitive aspects have increased from 70 to 74 with the "Good" category. Thus it can be concluded that the inquiry method can improve the performance of educators and student work results in class A students of MI Al-Gaotsiyah.
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