THE EFFECTS OF SCIENTIFIC-BASED LEARNING STRATEGY (IMAGES MEDIA AND LECTURE METHOD) AND STUDENTS LEARNING MOTIVATION TOWARDS SCIENCE ACHIEVEMENT ON STUDENTS OF CIRUAS 2 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Authors

  • Rodiyah Rodiyah Universitas Terbuka, Indonesia
  • Cecep Anwar Hadi Firdos Santosa Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University, Indonesia
  • Maman Rumanta Universitas Terbuka, Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26740/jppipa.v5n1.p6-14

Keywords:

Scientific Based Learning, students’ learning motivation, students’ achievement of learning science

Abstract

This study aims to determine the effects of scientific-based learning strategy (images media and lecture method) and students learning motivation towards the students achievement of learning science. This research applied 2 x 2 factorial design, a type ofquasi-experimental design. Results are as follows: (1) there are differences in the students achievement of learning science between students who are taught using thescientific-basedlearning strategy withimages media and students who are taught usingscientific-basedlearning strategywith lecture method, (2) there are differences in the students achievement of learning science between students who have a strong learning motivation and students who have a weak learning motivation, (3) For students who have a strong learning motivation, whether the students achievement of learning science are higher when taught withscientific-based learning strategywith images media than with the lecture method, (4) For students who have a weak learning motivation, are the results of learning science higher when taught with the scientific-based learning strategy with lecture method compared to thescientific-basedlearning strategy withimages media, (5) there is an interaction between scientific-based learning strategyand students learning motivation towards students achievement of learning science.

Keywords: Scientific Based Learning, students learning motivation, students achievement of learning science

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2020-10-02

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Rodiyah, R., Santosa, C. A. H. F., & Rumanta, M. (2020). THE EFFECTS OF SCIENTIFIC-BASED LEARNING STRATEGY (IMAGES MEDIA AND LECTURE METHOD) AND STUDENTS LEARNING MOTIVATION TOWARDS SCIENCE ACHIEVEMENT ON STUDENTS OF CIRUAS 2 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. JPPIPA (Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan IPA), 5(1), 6–14. https://doi.org/10.26740/jppipa.v5n1.p6-14

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