DEVELOPMENT OF MODULE BASED ON CONSTRUCTIVISM IN LEARNING MODELS MATERIAL OF BIOLOGY LEARNING STRATEGY AND DESIGN SUBJECT

Evrialiani Rosba, Z. Zikra, Mimin Mardhiah Zural

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Models learning is one of the materials in biology learning strategies and design subject. Students must be able to choose learning models that are in accordance with the learning material. In fact, students are less able to choose and apply learning models in designing learning plans. This is caused the lecturer does not have teaching materials and students find it difficult to understand the textbooks on the market. Therefore, module based on constructivism has been developed on the material of biological learning models. The purpose of this study was to develop a practical and effective module on the material of learning models from biology learning strategy and design subject. The type of research is research and development using 4-D models. The results showed that the developed modules were categorized as practical with a practicality of 83.87%. Student activity and learning outcomes increased by using module based on constructivism in the material of learning models of the biology learning strategy and design subject.

 

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module development, constructivism, biology learning strategies and design subject

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