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Title: Developing Students' Science Process Skills in the Learning of Electricity
Authors: Ponto, Hantje
Sangi, Nontje Merie
Keywords: Science process skills, electric circuits
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: International Journal of Innovation, Creativity, and Change
Series/Report no.: Volume 5;Issue 6
Abstract: The science process skill (SPS) is one of the skills needed by humans to face the challenges of the industrial revolution 4.0 in the 21st century. Students who have an SPS are able to understand scientific concepts including basic and complex basic electric circuits (BEC). The research objective is to develop students SPS by using teaching discovery learning methods (TDLM) and their impact on student learning outcomes of BEC (OLBEC). The research method is quasi-experiment. Participants in this research are 72 students consisting of an experimental group using the TDLM model and the control are 36 students. The research data is analysed by using the Manova statistics. The research finding obtained that students SPS and OLBEC who followed the TDLM approach are higher than students who take CTM.
URI: http://localhost:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/623
ISSN: 2201-1323
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