Penerapan Multi Metode Untuk Meningkatkan Sikap dan Hasil Belajar Pencemaran Perairan Siswa Kelas III BP SUPM Sorong
The result of observations on students class 3st TBP (Aquaculture Technology) known to exist of issues cause to the low a studied attitude Water Pollution Control so impact on learning outcomes.
The purpose of this research were (1) to know the increase in a studied attitude students after the application of multi methods in learning Water Pollution Control. 2) to know the increase in study results students after the application of multi methods to the process of Water Pollution Control.
The research was the act of class resarch (ACR). It was done of students III TBP in application of multi methods on the learning process of water pollution control.
The result of research show that 1) on the level of a change in attitude obtained value of 72.03. Based on the scoring reference criteria guide ( SRG) ) scale of five, value of 72.03 show students “ good enough” to changed a studied attitude and 2) on the outcome level student learning obtained value of 72.03 having criteria learning outcomes in the category of “moderat”. This shows that the implementation of multi methods in the learning process of water pollution control to their students 3st TBP enough affect study results.
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