DEVELOPMENT OF E-MODULES USING THE STAD LEARNING MODEL TO IMPROVE ECOLOGICAL COMPETENCE (ASPECTS OF KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES)

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Yanti Nurfianti Fauziah
Epon Ningrum
rer.nat.Nandi

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Improving the quality of education, one of which can be done by using teaching materials that are by learning objectives. Based on preliminary research conducted at SMAN 1 Kertasari, in general, the teaching materials used only came from student handbooks provided in the school library. Therefore we need innovation in the use of teaching materials. The teaching materials used in this study are digital-based teaching materials that focus on materials on land use and conservation, bearing in mind that Kertasari District is a conservation area with indications of critical land. The teaching materials used are also combined with the STAD (Student Team Achievement Division) learning model. The purpose of this study was to determine the use of e-modules with the STAD learning model for the achievement of ecological competency aspects of knowledge and attitudes in geography subject class 10 social studies at SMAN 1 Kertasari with sub-materials on land use and conservation. This study used a Quasi-Experimental method with a Nonequivalent (Pre Test and Post Test) Control-Group Design. The results of the analysis show that the use of e-modules with the STAD learning model increases the ecological competence of students in terms of knowledge. Likewise, the aspect of attitude obtained a very high percentage of results.


Keywords: E-Module, STAD Learning Model, Ecological Competence

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