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IJSTR >> Volume 7 - Issue 6, June 2018 Edition



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

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ISSN 2277-8616



The Development Of Constructivism Based Module For The Materials Of Composition And Inverse Function For Science Students Of Senior High School In Indonesia

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AUTHOR(S)

Nana Sepriyanti, Yulia, and Annisa Prihartini

 

KEYWORDS

module, constructism, composition and invers function, 4D Model

 

ABSTRACT

Development a constructivism-based module for the materials of composition and invers function aims to know the validity and practicality of constructivism-based module for Natural Science Grade 11thís learners. The type of the research is Research and Development that uses 4-D model by S. Thiagarajan (1974) that consist of 4 stages, i.e. defining stage, designing stage, developing stage, and disseminating stage. The research is only conducted until the third stage. Defineís stage consists of: a) the analysis front-end; b) the analysis of learners; c) the analysis of concept; d) the analysis of task; and e) specification of learning objectives. Designís stage consists of:a) design of the mathematics module; b) design of lesson plan (RPP); and c) design of research instruments. Developís stage consists of: a) validation module and RPP by expert; b) trial; c) observation; d) questionnaire responses of teachers and learners; d) interview with learners. The research resulted a module of composition and invers function based constructivism for natural science grade 11thís learners. Result of the research indicates that based on the assessment of experts, this module have been valid with an average of 82,89%. Based on the result of questionnaire responses of teachers, questionnaire responses of students, and interviews with students indicates this module have been practical use on mathematics lesson with an average 81,14% by teachers and 90,71% by learners.

 

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