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Validity of Investigation Based Scientific Collaborative (IBSC) Learning Model To Facilitate Students’ Communication and Collaboration Skills

Suharti , Peni and Ibrahim, Muslimin and Rahayu, Yuni Sri (2020) Validity of Investigation Based Scientific Collaborative (IBSC) Learning Model To Facilitate Students’ Communication and Collaboration Skills. Atlantis Press. ISBN 978-94-6252-881-9

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    Abstract

    Communication and collaboration are skills that needed in the 21st century, and also including as one of the science process skills and generic skills that students must possess. This development research aims to 1) develop an Investigation Based Scientific Collaborative (IBSC) learning model to facilitate students' communication and collaboration skills with the occurrence positive dependency among students, and 2) to describe the validity of the developed IBSC learning model. The Type of research is Reasearch and Development (R&D). The object of research is IBSC Learning Model. IBSC learning model was developed by Borg & Gall design, consist of three stages, namely the preliminary, product development and produk trials. In this paper only discusses the validity of the results of product development result, namely the IBSC learning model. Validation of IBSC learning model was carried out by three experts using a validation sheet instrument based on the opinion of Joyce & Wiel and Nieveen. The results reveals that the IBSC model has five syntaxes namely 1) Motivation and Problem Orientation, 2) Collaborative Investigation on Sharing Tasks, 3) Presentation, 4) Collaborative Investigation on Jumping Tasks, and 5) Evaluation. Based on the validation results, it was obtained that the category mode for construct and content validity were in very valid criteria. This results showed that the IBSC learning model was valid to facilitate students’ communication and collaboration skills, which means the IBSC learning model can be implemented.

    Item Type: Book
    Uncontrolled Keywords: communication skills, collaboration skills, collaborative learning, positive dependency, jumping tasks, sharing tasks
    Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
    Divisions: Prosiding > Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan
    Depositing User: b b imas
    Date Deposited: 03 Aug 2020 18:49
    Last Modified: 03 Aug 2020 18:49
    URI: http://repository.um-surabaya.ac.id/id/eprint/4209

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