Application of The PjBL-STEM Model to Natural Science Learning Devices to Increase the Creativity
Volume6 Issue2 (April)
Alfiani Indah Pratiwi Widha Sunarno Sugiyarto SugiyartoPages: 115-123 Download Count : 139 View Count: 152 DOI Number 10.24331/ijere.850004
The study aims to determinate the project based learning (PjBL) model with the STEM approach in increasing the creativity of junior high school students. The research method used is a quasi-experimental. The design in this study is a one group pretest-posttest design. The population of this research is class VII in a state junior high school in Surakarta. The sample of this study was 44 students consisting of two classes, namely class VII G as the experimental class (22 students) and class VII H as the control class (22 students). The instrument used was a creativity test instrument consisting of 6 questions on the is the N-gain test. Based on the result of data analysis, it was obtained that the experimental class N-gain average was 0.59 with the medium category and 0.36 for the control class with the low category. The result of the t-test show that there is a difference in creativity between the experimental class using the PjBL model of science learning tools with the STEM approach and the class without using the device.
- Project-Based Learning
- Environmental Pollution