Based Module Development PBL (Problem Based Learning) in the Matter Excretion Systems for Class XI MIPA SMAN 3 Kerinci

Dwi Permatasari, Azwir Anhar

Abstract


Student difficulties in understanding the material of the respiratory system and the excretory system for memorizing the material when the material is very close to everyday life, to the existence of modules that can guide students to discover concepts with issues close to the everyday life. Modules that are used in schools has not assist students in finding the concept directly to the material learned. The aim to be achieved from this development effort is to produce a module-basedProblem Based Learning on the material of the respiratory system and the excretory system for high school students of class XI.

            Research development Plomp is using a model consisting of three stages, namely a preliminary investigation, prototyping, and evaluation. Subject penilitian is a class XI student of SMAN 3 Kerinci. Validation is done by experts in biology education, education technology and Indonesian. Practicality module seen from the results of the questionnaire filling practicalities by students and teachers as well as conducting interviews with students. seen the effectiveness of student competence and the data were analyzed by descriptive.

            The results showed that the module-based Problem Based Learningobtain very valid category. Category practicalities of response is very practical teacher and student response practicalities category very practical. This module has also been effective in terms of student competence. In this case increase student competence more than the specified minimum attainment. Based on these results, we can conclude that Problem Based Learning modules based on the material excretion system for high school students of class XI can be declared valid, practical and effective.

Keywords: Module, Problem Based Learning, Valid, Practical, Effective


Keywords


Module, Problem Based Learning, Valid, Practical, and Effective.

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