IMPROVING STUDENTS' SCIENTIFIC EXPLANATION SKILLS THROUGH POGIL MODEL WITH SOCIOSCIENTIFIC ISSUE CONTEXT

Sri Rahayu, Fitri Aldresti, Fauziatul Fajaroh

Abstract


The aim of this study was to investigate the difference on scientific explanation skills of students taught using POGIL model with SSI context, POGIL model, and conventional model on salt hydrolysis and buffer solution. This study used quasi-experimental posttest only design. Sample used three classes which were selected by convenience sampling technique in a public high school in Malang. The data were obtained from students' written scientific explanation and classified using SOLO taxonomy. The results of Kruskall-Wallis H-Test showed that there is significant different of students' scientific explanation skills between students' who were taught using POGIL model with SSI learning context, POGIL model, and conventional model.


Keywords


inquiry; socioscientific issues; scientific explanation; SOLO taxonomy

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