DEVELOPMENT OF INQUIRY SCIENCE ISSUES-BASED STUDENT WORKSHEET TO ADVANCE PRACTICAL SKILL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ATTITUDE IN A SEVENTH GRADE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

Hirmampuni Adinda Putri, Science Education, Yogyakarta State University, Indonesia
Eko Widodo, Science Education, Yogyakarta State University, Indonesia
Purwanti Widhy Hastuti, Science Education, Yogyakarta State University, Indonesia

Abstract


The aims of this research were to (1) develop inquiry science issues-based student worksheet based which is feasible to advance students ' practical skills and environmental attitude, (2) know the students ' responses towards inquiry science issues-based student worksheet, (3) know the advancement of students ' practical skills after using the developed inquiry science issues-based student worksheet and (4) know the advancement of students ' environmental attitude after using the developed inquiry science issues-based student worksheet. Research of the model that is being conducted is 4 d model (define, design, develop, and disseminate). Data were collected using validation form, student response student worksheet, towards a questionnaire inquiry science issues observation form, practical skill observation form, pretest-posttest of practical skill, and environmental attitude questionnaire. The data were analyzed four scale analysis, percentage for practical skill and science issues inquiry learning, N-gain score, and paired sample t-test. According to results, (1) the color worksheet was feasible to advance students ' practical skills and environmental attitude; (2) Students ' responses to the worksheets developed were found very good (A); (3) The average score of practical skills after using the color worksheet was 77.87%. Gains were found between practical skill pre and post test scores. The value of the gains were 0.65, categorized as medium gains. Paired sample t-test indicated that there was significant advancement of students ' practical skills after using the developed student worksheet with the Sig. value was reported to be 0.000; (4) The average score of environmental attitude after using the color worksheet was 87.58%. The value of the gains were 0.65, categorized as medium gains. Paired sample t-test indicated that there was significant advancement of students ' environmental attitude after using the developed student worksheet with the Sig. value was reported to be 0.000.


Keywords


student worksheets, Inquiry Science Issues, practical skills, environmental attitude.

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