INCREASED ACTIVITY AND LEARNING OUTCOMES THROUGH BIOLOGY WITH GUIDED DISCOVERY LEARNING MODEL
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Keywords

Activities and Learning outcomes, Guided Discovery Model

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larombo, sapiudin fiun, & Wibawa, B. (2019). INCREASED ACTIVITY AND LEARNING OUTCOMES THROUGH BIOLOGY WITH GUIDED DISCOVERY LEARNING MODEL. Asia Proceedings of Social Sciences, 4(3), 8-10. https://doi.org/10.31580/apss.v4i3.808

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to improve the activities and student learning outcomes on biology subjects through the application of guided discovery learning models. This research is a type of Classroom Action Research. Classroom Action Research is carried out in 2 cycles. The results showed that the application of guided discovery learning models can improve the activity and learning outcomes of students of class XI IPA 1 SMAN 1 Asera. Learning outcomes in the cognitive realm increased by 22.77% after the action of the first cycle and amounted to 11.50% after the second cycle of action and psychomotor domain learning outcomes experienced an increase of 15.50% from the first cycle of action to the second cycle. The application of a guided learning model can improve student learning activities. Student learning activities increased by 40.25% after action I and by 9.88% after cycle II.

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