|Judul||:||Problem-Based Learning of Environmental Sociocritical Issues in Building the Skills Argumentation for the Ages of 21st Century Education|
The low quality of argumentation in students is caused by the learning process which is generally in the form of knowledge transfer. Students are rarely given the opportunity to investigate an issue and develop reasoning, critical thinking, and propose arguments about environmental issues. Teaching socio-scientific issues can have a positive influence on student motivation, contribute to student learning outcomes, develop critical thinking skills, decision-making skills, argumentation skills, and moral development. The purpose of this study is to improve students' argumentation skills on environmental sociocritical issues through the application of problem-based learning models and analyze the effectiveness ofmodels problem-based learning in enhancing student argumentation skills on environmental sociosocial issues. The study was conducted by Pakuan University, in January 2018 to August 2018. The research period was the even semester of the academic year 2017 / 2018. The subjects of this study were students of the fifth semester of the Biology Education Study Program. The research method used in this study was Experiments. Instruments used through expert services. Improved argumentation skills of prospective biology teacher students in lectures with themodel are Problem based Learning still very low. This is indicated by very little increase in N-Gain. All students have been able to submit arguments on the grounds that are the basis for submission. However, most of the arguments put forward have invalid and irrelevant data / evidence that is unable to corroborate the arguments put forward.
|Tahun||:||2019||Media Publikasi||:||Seminar Internasional|
|Kategori||:||Prosiding||No/Vol/Tahun||:||0 / 0 / 2019|
|PTN/S||:||Universitas Pakuan||Program Studi||:||PENDIDIKAN BIOLOGI|
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