Ahmad, Rizqy Amelia Ramadhaniyah
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MEDIA BINA ILMIAH Vol 14, No 11: Juni 2020
Publisher : BINA PATRIA

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (250.594 KB) | DOI: 10.33758/mbi.v14i11.412


This study to determine the differences in critical thinking skills between student taught by the POGIL (Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning) model equipped with mind maps and students who are taught conventional methods on the material always save energy for grade IV Oeba 3 Elemantary School, Kupang City.  The study use Quasi-experimental research and post-test only control group design.  Data on the results of critical thinking skills were obtained through tests.  The data were analyzed using descriptive statistical analysis techniques and t-test.  The results of the study obtained tcount = 5.061 and ttable = 4.00 (with a significance level is 5%). It means tcount> ttable, so there is a significant difference in critical thinking skills between students who are taught with the POGIL (Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning) learning model equipped with mind maps and conventional methods.  From the mean score of the post test results, students with critical thinking skills, it is in the very high category with a mean of 72.50 while the control group is moderate category with a mean of 65.56.  It can be concluded that the POGIL (Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning) model equipped with LKS mind maps increases the critical thinking ability of students on the material always saving energy in grade IV ofOeba 3 Elementary School Kupang City
Science literacy empowerment for elementary school students at Kera Island Kupang Regency-East Nusa Tenggara Uslan, U.; Muh, Abdul Syahril; Muhsam, Julhidayat; Aiman, Ummu; Meilani, Dian; Letasado, Muhammad R.; Hasyda, Suryadin; Ahmad, Rizqy Amelia Ramadhaniyah
Journal of Community Service and Empowerment Vol 1, No 2 (2020): August
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22219/jcse.v1i2.12364


In the 21st century, science literacy is the main competence and indicator to achieve better and more sustainable future. However, limited facilities and resources raise as an issue that have implications to the less optimal application of science literacy empowerment in various regions, including in several areas in East Nusa Tenggara. The objective of this community service is to do mentoring program on the empowerment of science literacy for students at emergency schools in NTT. The target is school-age children living in the island who are subjected to illiteracy due to lack of supporting educational facilities. Methods implemented were through these four stages: (1) initial observation of the area, (2) mapping the problem, (3) socializing the programs, and (4) organizing the science literacy movement. The activities carried out were making educational learning media utilizing plastic waste, creating a reading corner equipped with some interesting books as additional references for children and parents to know about the outside world, creating educational games and actions for the natural surroundings. The results of the observation confirm that the community service program run effectively. It is indicated that the community service project is able to foster students’ interest in reading, writing, and arithmetic. This community service activity is expected to take part in the eradicating illiteracy rate and reducing number of productive age dropouts in East Nusa Tenggara Province.