CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK OF CONCEPTUAL PROBLEM BASED LEARNING MODEL TO FACILITATE CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

I Wayan Karmana, Taufik Samsuri

Abstract


Learning to facilitate critical thinking requires a set of specific learning models that aims to trains critical thinking skills that in this study is the development of conceptual problem based learning model. This study aims to develop a conceptual problem-based learning model to facilitate high school students’ critical thinking skills. This study is a development research that will produce a model of learning products, namely a valid Conceptual Problem Based Learning Model to facilitate high school students’ critical thinking skills. Validation of CPBL learning model includes two components namely content validity and construct validity. The result of data analysis shows that the CPBL model can be declared valid with reliability percentage of 97% (reliable) based on syntax model assessment that is: 1) prior knowledge; 2) organize; 3) investigate; 4) analyze; 5) evaluate; to facilitate critical thinking skills.

Keywords


Conceptual Problem Based Learning Model, Critical Thinking Skill



DOI: https://doi.org/10.15408/es.v10i2.7782

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