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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



The Effect Of Networked-Based Inquiry Model On 21st-Century Skills

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AUTHOR(S)

Fuja Novitra, Festiyed, Yohandri

 

KEYWORDS

Networked-based Inquiry, Inquiry learning, 21st-Century Skills, Digital learning

 

ABSTRACT

This study aims to examine the effect of the Networked-based Inquiry Model on students’ 21st-Century Skills in physics learning. This study used a nonequivalent control group design model with a 2x3 factorial design. The research subjects comprised 6 classes from 3 different schools with 120 students. The research data were analyzed descriptively and the two-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) was based on a significance level of 5%. The findings show that the Networked-based Inquiry Model has higher effectiveness than the inquiry-based learning model in improving students’ 21st-Century Skills. Therefore, the Networked-based Inquiry Model can be a solution in implementing learning to follow the demands of the 21st-Century, especially in developing students’ 21st-Century Skills.

 

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