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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 1, January 2020 Edition



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

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ISSN 2277-8616



Measuring The Physics Students’ Data Literacy Skill In The Era Of Industry 4.0 By Using Mirecal Learning Model

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AUTHOR(S)

Ayu Lusiyana, Festiyed, Yulkifli

 

KEYWORDS

Data literacy skill, MIRECAL learning model, The era of industry 4.0.

 

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is to measure physics students’ data literacy skill by using the MIRECAL learning model. Indonesian students' lack of data literacy in which data literacy is one of the skills needed in facing the era of industry 4.0 and competing in the working environment, the MIRECAL learning model has been developed to improve that. The study was conducted through observation of students’ activity and essay assessment towards students’ worksheets. The improvement level measurement of data literacy skill was conducted against 76 students of the third semester of physics major who took a mechanics course. The finding of this study shows that there are 24% of students who improve literacy skill at the expert level, 62% at the proficient level, 14% at the competence level, and no students or 0% at the beginner level. Thus, it is obvious that the MIRECAL learning model was effective for them to use. This study demonstrated the success of a learning model in improving data literacy skill needed to confront the era of industry 4.0 and compete in the work world. The results of this research contribute to the re-orientation of curriculum policy that is being designed by the Indonesian government.

 

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