ANDROID APPLICATION SUPPLEMENT STRENGTHENING TECHNOLOGY FOR CHEMISTRY LEARNING CONSTRUCTION OF METACOGNITION ABILITY

Anggun Dwi Astiningsih, Crys Fajar Partana

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Science and technology are very important in life of learning and thinking for the future, no exception on chemical education. So this study to develop a learning application on Android for supplement strengthening chemical material specifically reaction rate to construction metacognition ability. This study aimed to know the feasibility of media developed using research development and experiment method. The instruments used in this study consist of Android application, response sheets, and also test with metacognition indicators. The data were analysed by using quantitative with ANOVA. The results of response sheets for the Android application media that average on good (worthy) from expert (content and media aspects), chemistry teachers, peer reviewers and students in small trial test. Analysis of empirical test on metacognition test, the results was fit and valid. The results of ANOVA media was significantly as given adequate effect and application Android in chemistry learning influence on students metacognition ability.

 

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Android application, supplement technology, strengthening learning media, chemistry learning, metacognition ability

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