Development of MI SOSYS: Eco-Friendly Miniature Solar System as a Bridge for Students to Learn Solar System Materials

  • Akrim Ulfa Diana siswa kampus IAIN Ponorogo
  • Cahya Lutfiati siswa kampus IAIN Ponorogo
  • Chelsea Aisyah Amelia siswa kampus IAIN Ponorogo
  • Aziza Karenina siswa kampus IAIN Ponorogo

Abstract

Miniature solar system props are used to make it easier for teachers to convey material about the Solar System made from materials that are easily found in everyday life by utilizing used goods (eco-friendly) and affordable prices. Learners are directly involved in the use of props such as being able to sort the planets in the Milky Way Galaxy, explain the Rotation-Revolution of the Earth and the Moon, and can even explain the occurrence of Solar and Lunar Eclipses. This research uses the modified Research and Development (R & D) method from Borg and Gall, namely 1. Research, 2. Information gathering, 3. Planning, 4. Initial product development, 5. Validation. The results of the validation were analyzed descriptively qualitatively, resulting in the material expert test and learning effectiveness showing a percentage of 100%, the curriculum expert test showing a percentage of 90%, and the product design expert test showing a percentage of 80%. From the research conducted, it was found that the highest validation results were material aspects and learning effectiveness, while the lowest validation results were product design aspects. Based on the results of this validation, it is feasible to proceed to the next stage, namely the initial product revision.

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Published
2023-12-13
How to Cite
DIANA, Akrim Ulfa et al. Development of MI SOSYS: Eco-Friendly Miniature Solar System as a Bridge for Students to Learn Solar System Materials. PISCES : Proceeding of Integrative Science Education Seminar, [S.l.], v. 3, n. 1, p. 107-113, dec. 2023. Available at: <https://prosiding.iainponorogo.ac.id/index.php/pisces/article/view/1089>. Date accessed: 13 july 2024.
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