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Susilogati et al

Greener Journal of  Educational Research Vol. 4(2), pp. 030-035, April 2014

 ISSN: 2276-7789 © 2011 Greener Journals

Research Paper

Manuscript Number: 021914117

 

Developing Module of Practical Chemistry Physics SETS Vision Activity to Increase Science Process Skills of Student Teacher

                                                                                           

*1Sri Susilogati, 1Achmad Binadja, 2Fitria Fatichatul Hidayah  

 

1Lecturer of Post-graduate Program Semarang State University, Indonesia.

2Graduated Student of Semarang State University, Indonesia.

 

*Corresponding Author’s Email: susilogati @ yahoo. com


Abstract:

Competencies required for prospective chemistry teachers include enhancer chemistry learning in the laboratory and field, designing experiment for learning or research, and carrying out experiments in the right method. For the time being, the implementation of Physical Chemistry lab work in Chemical Education Departmen of IAIN Walisongo was conducted through recipes models. Practical guidance and instrument have been provided by laboratory. The model therefore fosters less spirit in searching knowledge. To achieve competency of prospective chemistry teachers, the researcher has developed laboratorium guideline that feature SETS vision. The purpose of this study was to obtain a valid and effective guideline that feature SETS vision, which can be used as a reference in the laboratory work through R & D study. The learning materials which are practiced in the studies were electro-chemistry which includes: Nernst equation; electrolysis; electroplating. Based on the final analysis, the guidelines has an average score of 4 (Very Valid) from expert validators. 16 out of 21 students scored ≥ 70. It indicates that SETS can improve students’ Science processing skills with N-gain of 0.6 (medium). The performances, preparation of reports, SETS discussions, and classroom presentation have high criteria. The developed guideline received high positive responses from students.
 
Keywords: Development, Activity Guidelines, SETS, Science processing skills, electrochemistry.

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