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      Model Pembelajaran Inquiry Terbimbing Terintegrasi Laboratorium Virtual untuk Meningkatkan Pemahaman Konsep dan Keterampilan Metakognitif Siswa

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          Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui efektivitas model pembelajaran inquiry terintegrasi laboratorium virtual terhadap pemahaman konsep dan keterampilan metakognitif siswa. Quasi eksperimen dengan nonequivalent control group design digunakan dalam penelitian ini. Sampel penelitian ini adalah 56 siswa yang terbagi ke dalam 2 (dua) kelas parallel yang dipilih menggunakan cluster random sampling technique. Instrumen yang digunakan berupa tes pemahaman konsep dan instrumen lembar penilaian (LP) keterampilan metakognitif yangtelah dinyatakan valid dan reliabel. Data penelitian dianalisis secara deskriptif menggunakan persamaan n-gain dan statistic dengan bantuan software IBM SPSS 23 Version. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa pemahaman konsep siswa pada kelompok eksperimen (mean= 79,19; n-gain= 0,76 dengan kategori tinggi) lebih baik dari kelompok kontrol (mean= 43,08; n-gain= 0,36 dengan kategori sedang) dan berbeda secara signifikan (p < 0.05). Keterampilan metakognitif siswa menunjukkan hal serupa, kelompok eksperimen (pertemuan I= 54,69 (pertemuan II= 67,86; pertemuan III= 79,24) ditemukan lebih baik dari kelompok control (pertemuan I= 46,09; pertemuan II= 53,01; dan pertemuan III= 55,13). Hasil penelitian menunjukkan model pembelajaran inquiry terbimbing terintegrasi laboratorium virtual efektif dalam meningkatkan pemahaman konsep dan keterampilan metakognitif siswa dalam pembelajaran kimia materi larutan penyangga. Virtual Laboratory Integrated Guided Inquiry Learning Model to Improve Students' Concept Understanding and Metacognitive Skills Abstract This study aims to determine the effectiveness of the virtual laboratory integrated guided-inquiry learning model on students' concept understanding and metacognitive skills. Quasi experimental with nonequivalent control group design was used in this study. The sample of this study was 56 students who were divided into 2 (two) parallel classes which were selected using the cluster random sampling technique. The instruments used were in the form of a concept understanding test and a metacognitive skill assessment sheet (LP) which had been declared valid and reliable. The research data were analyzed descriptively using the n-gain equation and statisticaly with the help of IBM SPSS 23 Version software. The results showed that students' concept understanding in the experimental group (mean = 79.19; n-gain = 0.76 in the high category) was better than the control group (mean = 43.08; n-gain = 0.36 in the medium category) and significantly different (p < 0.05). Students’ Metacognitive skills showed the same thing, the experimental group (meeting I = 54.69; meeting II = 67.86; meeting III = 79.24) was found to be better than the control group (meeting I = 46.09; meeting II = 53, 01, and meeting III = 55.13). The results showed that the virtual laboratory integrated guided-inquiry learning model was effective in improving students’ concept understanding and metacognitive skills in buffer solution chemistry learning subject.

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              Purpose - This study investigated the content and construct validity of the Reflective-Metacognitive Learning (RML) Model, and the effectiveness of the RML Model in comparison with Cognitive-Metacognitive Learning (CML) Model in improving students’ metacognitive knowledge, skills, and awareness after the learning process. Methodology - This experimental study began with developing the RML Model, which covered planning, development and evaluation. A focus group discussion involving four experts in science education was conducted to determine the validity of the RML Model and its supporting devices in terms of content validity and construct validity. An experimental study using a randomized pretest-posttest control group design was then implemented on forty senior high school students to evaluate the effectiveness of the RML Model against the CML Model. Data were analyzed descriptively and statistically. Findings - The results showed that the RML Model was highly valid in terms of content validity and construct validity, Metacognitive knowledge increased to a high degree, while metacognitive skills and awareness increased to a medium degree. Based on the results, it was concluded that the RML Model was valid and more effective than the CML Model in terms of improving students’ metacognitive ability. Significance - The RML Model, which is marked by the reflection of thinking processes as the core, is expected to improve students' metacognitive ability.
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                Journal
                Empiricism Journal
                Empiric. Journal
                Lembaga Penelitian dan Pemberdayaan Masyarakat - LITPAM
                2745-7613
                December 30 2021
                December 30 2021
                : 2
                : 2
                : 73-84
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                10.36312/ej.v2i2.594
                dd0cb31a-ba7c-4520-a225-0ff422d9f05e
                © 2021

                https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0

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