Science Environmental Technology and Society-based Module Development on Petroleum Chemistry to Enhance Student Learning Achievement
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- Module Development, Science Environmental Technology and Society, Student Learning Achievement
- Rika Umaira; Abdul Gani Haji; Hafnati Rahmatan
- This study aims to develop and comprehend the feasibility of STES-based module on petroleum chemistry, including student achievement and their responses to the learning activity. It used one group pretest and posttest design accompanied with research and development (R & D) method which is arranged by model of analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation (ADDIE). The sample was 69 students of class XI IPA 2 in MAN Banda Aceh elected by purposive sampling technique. Data were collected using module feasibility assessment, pretest, posttest and questionnaire. Generally, the assessment indicated the developing module got a very good category. The result was supported by N-gain value of 55.51 with moderate category, and tcount > ttable which is 12.24 > 1.67. The statistical data presented that there is a significant enhancement on student learning achievement both before and after SETS module was applied. Students gave answer “Yes” with percentage of 89.92. According to the results, it can concluded that the developing SETS-based module is feasible to be learning resource and it proved that the module is successful to improve student achievement supporting with their positive responses to the module in learning petroleum chemistry.
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