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IJSTR >> Volume 10 - Issue 2, February 2021 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Analysis Of Procedure And Process Of Expert Assessment Of Modification Of Inquiry Models On Biology Learning

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AUTHOR(S)

Indah Kencanawati, Asni Johari, Revis Asra , Syaiful

 

KEYWORDS

procedure of modification, process of expert assessment , inquiry models, biology learning

 

ABSTRACT

The aim of this research to analyze procedures and process of expert assessment of modification of inquiry models which is focused on the Theory-driven type F1-O1-S1-A1 conceptual development research on biology learning. This research involved expert reviews in synthesizing the modification of inquiry models procedure. In this research process of expert assessment was measured by using an observation sheet, which consisted of ten statements to get information about the expert's views of the analysis process of the modification of inquiry models on biology learning, while the process of expert assessment of modification of inquiry models was observed throughout Delphi technique. The results showed procedure of modification of inquiry models using the conceptual learning design procedure type F1-O1-A1-S1 consisted of seven stages, namely: analysis of problems, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, comparing communication between groups, making conclusions, communicating results and reviewing result through critical analysis. The expert's assessment begins with determining the objective of the assessment, preparing the assessment instrument, determining the assessment technique and determining the expert. The results of the expert assessment was observed throughout in-depth interviews using the Delphi technique show that the modification of inquiry models was good and very good categories. This showed analysis procedure and process of modification of the inquiry models is feasible to be implemented for the next stage (implementation stage) on biology learning.

 

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