Abstract. Scientific literacy is considered as a benchmark of high and low quality of
science education in a country. Teachers as a major component of learning at the forefront
of building science literacy skills of students in the class. The primary purpose this study is
development science teacher coaching model based on scientific literacy. In this article we
describe about teacher science literacy and profile coaching model for science’ teachers
based on scientific literacy which a part of study conducted in first year. The instrument
used in this study consisted of tests, observation sheet, interview guides. The finding
showed that problem of low scientific literacy is not only happen the students, but science’
teachers which is a major component in the learning process is still not satisfactory.
Understanding science teacher is strongly associated with the background disciplinary.
Science teacher was still weak when explaining scientific phenomena, mainly related to
the material that relates to the concept of environmental. Coaching model generated from
this study consisted of 8 stages by assuming the teacher is an independent learner, so the
coaching is done with methods on and off, with time off for activities designed more.
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