Development of problem based learning based student worksheets to improve student learning outcomes in Poigar 1 public middle school
Gissela Kembuan, Ferny Tumbel, Meike Paat
This study aims to produce appropriate and good Student Worksheets based on Problem Based Learning to improve student learning outcomes in human food digestive system material. This research refers to the procedure for conducting research "Research and Development" following the implementation stage according to Borg and Gall. The subjects of the trial consisted of theoretical trials and empirical trials. Theoretical trials consist of learning media experts and learning material experts in the field of science. The empirical trial consisted of 10 small groups in Poigar 2 Junior High School and 20 large groups in Poigar 1 Public Middle School. The instruments used in data collection are interviews, questionnaires, and test results. The data obtained were analyzed descriptively and used the Analyze Compare Means analysis with α = 0.05. The results of the learning media expert product validation are included in the very good criteria with a value of 86.95% and the results of the validation of the learning material are included in the excellent criteria with a value of 92%. The results of field test analysis show that learning products are well used in the implementation of learning in the classroom that can be seen through an increase in the average student learning outcomes before and after the implementation of learning.