Implementation of Biology Learning Based on Local Culture Science to Improvement of Senior High School Students Learning Outcome in Ciayumajakuning Area

Kartimi Kartimi

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Abstract.The purposes of this research are to assess: 1) Application of biology learning based on local science culture in Ciayumajakuning region, 2) Improvement of students learning outcome which apply biology learning based on local culture science in Ciayumajakuning region, 3) The difference of students learning outcome which apply biology learning based on localculture science in Ciayumajakuning Region, 4) Students’ respond to application of biology learning based on local culture science in Ciayumajakuning Region. This research used in Ciayumajakuning Area (Cirebon district, Kuningan district, Majalengka district, and Indramayu district). This research uses quantitative approach with pre-experimental methods, and the research design called by one group pretest-postestdesign. Population of 10th and 11th grade senior high school students are 1275 persons, 129 persons of 10th and 70 persons of 11th picked as the sample. The Sample chosen by random sampling technique. Written test and questionnaire are used as the instruments. Annova statistical research is used as data analysis techniques. The results of the study showed the average of improvement of Students Learning outcome which apply biology learning based on local culture science in Kuningan district (0,59) is higher than Majalengka district (0,560), Cirebon district (0,49), and Indramayu district (0,28). Based on result Anova test, significance values was obtained 0.040 <0.05. There are significant differences between the improvement students’ learning outcome which apply biology learning based on local culture science between district in Ciayumajakuning Region. Biology learning based on local culture science gets positive responses from the students.

 

Keyword: Local Cultural Science, Learning Outcome


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