SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLS AND MOTIVATION

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Maison
Darmaji
Astalini
Dwi Agus Kurniawan
Peni Sefiah Indrawati

Keywords

Science Process Skill, Basic Science Process Skill, Density, Physic Teacher, Motivation

Abstract

Purpose of the study: The purpose of this research is to know the science process skill and motivation of the basic science process from Physics education student.


Methodology: The research design used in this study is the Associative Quantitative research method with a correlational research design. In the research using technique sampling used is Purposive Sampling. The instruments of data collection used are questionnaires motivation and observation sheet Sains Process Skills. Measurement of students' science process skill is done when students perform Basic Physics I practice on density topic. The criteria that researchers set were physics education students who had contracted basic physics courses.


Main Findings: The result of the research stated that the basic science process skill of physics education student as a whole is not good because of lack of experience in doing a practicum and their understanding of lab topics.


Applications of this study: When someone is highly motivated, they will not experience difficulties in mastering their science process skills and so if someone has low motivation, they will experience difficulties in their process skills.


Novelty/Originality of this study: The renewal that is seen is whether there is motivation in the science process skills. There is motivation in student learning processes, one of the results is process skills. Process skills are the result of learning from these students. Because science process skills emphasize the learning process, accreditation, creativity, values ​​and also the attitude of a student who will later be applied in daily life. Therefore we can say that science process skills have a relationship with the motivation of a student.

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