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Mapping of Students' Scientific Literacy Skills at Mataram Hadiprayitno, Gito; Jufri, A Wahab; Nufus, Siti Syifa’un
SEJ (Science Education Journal) Vol 4 No 2 (2020): November
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21070/sej.v4i2.969


This study aims to describe the achievement of students’ scientific literacy competencies in Integrated Science subjects. Research subjects were class VIII students at MTsN Mataram in the 2019/2020 academic year. The research method was used descriptive with a qualitative approach. Research sampling technique was purposive sampling. Data collection technique used a written test on the aspects of scientific literacy competence according to PISA 2018. Data analysis were used descriptive, Bivariate Correlation test, and Anova test used software application related. The results showed that the students’ scientific literacy skills in the Integrated Science including very low category (40.5%) with the highest to the lowest achievements in each category a) interpreting data and proving data (15, 4%), b) test and design scientific investigations (13.6%), and c) explain phenomena (11.6%). So, we need more effort to improve and increase students’ scientific literacy skills by integrating aspects of scientific literacy competencies during implementing science learning in schools.
The Relationship Between Learning Styles with Learning Outcome and Scientific Literacy of Islamic Junior High School (MTs) Students in Mataram Nufus, Siti Syifa’un; Hadiprayitno, Gito; Jufri, A Wahab
Jurnal Ilmiah Mandala Education (JIME) Vol 7, No 3 (2021): Jurnal Ilmiah Mandala Education (JIME)
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pendidikan Mandala

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Learning style is one of the important elements in the learning process of students. Information about student learning styles will help teachers design appropriate learning so that students can more easily absorb, organize, and process information during the learning process. Learning in accordance with the character of students in the class will create joyful learning and influences student learning outcomes and abilities, including scientific literacy. This study aims to investigate the relationship between learning styles with student learning outcomes and scientific literacy. This research is descriptive-experimental research. The population of this study was MTs students in Mataram and the subjects of this study were 55 students. In order to determine the tendency of student learning styles, the VARK learning style questionnaire (Visual, Auditory, Read/Write, and Kinesthetic) was developed. In order to assess the scientific literacy that consisted of scientific literacy multiple-choice test and to assess the learning outcome, the final score was employed. Analysis of the relationship between learning styles and the scientific literacy using bivariate correlation, while the effect analysis of learning styles on learning outcomes and scientific literacy using MANOVA and effect analysis of students' scientific literacy on learning outcomes using ANACOVA. The results of the study indicated that the trend of auditory and kinesthetic learning styles correlated significantly with students' scientific literacy (p <0.05), whereas visual and reading/writing learning styles did not significantly correlate (p> 0.05). The type of learning styles does not have a different effect on student learning outcomes and scientific literacy, but scientific literacy has a significant influence on learning outcomes (p <0.05).