THE EFFECT OF INQUIRY MODEL ON SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES

Nadziroh Af’idayani, Iswan Setiadi, F. Fahmi

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This research is conducted based on the view that IPA is studied not only as a product but also as a process using inquiry model. The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of learning outcomes of the inquiry learning model. The research method used quantitative analysis. The results showed that the inquiry model had a significant impact on the skills of the science process and the learning outcomes of the learners.

 

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inquiry, science process skills, learning outcomes

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