The Development of E-Module Based on Socio-Scientific Issues Human Reproductive System Material to Improve Critical Thinking Ability in High School Students
This study aims to describe the characteristics, analyze the feasibility, and analyze the improvement of students critical thinking ability using e-module based on socio-scientific issues human reproductive system in learning. This research was carried out at SMA Negeri 1 Demak in the even semester of the 2021/2022 academic year. The type of research is research and development (RnD) using a pre-experimental one group pretest-posttest design. The subjects of this study were XI MIPA 9 to obtain data on student responses to the e-module, and XI MIPA 6 to obtain data on critical thinking ability using pretest-posttest description questions. Sampling using purposive sampling method. The results showed that the characteristics contained in the e-module based on the experts assessement were based on socio-scientific issues, self-instruction, self-contained, adaptive, user friendly, and attractive appearance. The feasibility of material experts is 98.9% with very feasible criteria, media experts is 97.8% with very feasible criteria. The student response to the e-module is 90.9% with very good criteria, the teacher's response is 95.4% with very good criteria. The average of the pretest-posttest of students critical thinking ability was analyzed by n-gain and obtained a score of 0.62 with medium criteria. The conclusion of this research is the development of e-module based on socio-scientific issues human reproductive system material is feasible and effective to improve critical thinking ability of class XI students in SMA Negeri 1 Demak.
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