AN EFFECTIVE OF POGIL WITH VIRTUAL LABORATORY IN IMPROVING SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLS AND ATTITUDES: SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION CONCEPT

Fathiah Alatas, Ziah Fachrunisa

Abstract


Simple harmonic motion is a concept that often involve complex and difficult equations, so that students can’t construct knowledge of the concept. This research applies POGIL with a virtual laboratory, where students are encouraged to construct the concept and emphasize collaborative learning with different roles. Virtual laboratory allows students to explore and establish students’ science process skills and attitude. This study used a quasi experiment with nonequivalent control group design. Therefore, this study has add to the practical knowledge to develop science process skills and establish a positive attitudes of students toward science.

Keywords


POGIL, Virtual Laboratory, Science Process Skills, Scientific Attitude, Simple Harmonic Motion



DOI: https://doi.org/10.15408/es.v10i2.10239

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