Student creativity in creating cell organelles as media for learning

Fatmawati, Baiq Student creativity in creating cell organelles as media for learning. Journal of Physics: Conf. Series.

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Abstract

Creativity is not formed by itself but it is influenced by some others factors. Creativity is a . person's ability to create / generate an idea embodied in the form of a product to solve problems which is accepted socially, spiritually, artficially, scientifically, and technologically. Learning media is a means of communication to deliver learning materials. There are three kinds of learning media produced by students such as books story, playdough, and the utilization of inorganic waste. The focus of this research is to know the students’ creativity in producing learnning media to understand an abstract material especially on topic of cell organelles of animal and plant cell. Data analysis is using two ways that calculate the score of mastery in terms of concepts and creativity. The results showed the score of students’ understanding was increasing from 15 (average score of pre-test) to 31.1 (average score of post-test). It was categorized into three level, that are, high level with 21.4% of participants, medium with 64.3%, and low with 14.3%). Seven groups of students make learning media made of waste, playdough, and waste made in story form. The assessment of creativity involved four aspects, namely, color combinations, stringing, tidiness, and make (the accuracy of the concept with the form). Thus, it can be argued that self-created learning media helps in understanding the abstract concepts of cell organelles

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Sains > Biologi
Divisions: Fakultas Matematika dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Alam > Pendidikan Biologi
Depositing User: Mrs Baiq Fatmawati Fatmawati
Date Deposited: 22 Feb 2021 07:54
Last Modified: 22 Feb 2021 07:54
URI: http://eprints.hamzanwadi.ac.id/id/eprint/4141

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