Lesson Study Towards Pro-Environmental Behavior in Environmental Chemistry Subject

Yulianto, Eko (2017) Lesson Study Towards Pro-Environmental Behavior in Environmental Chemistry Subject. In: Proceeding International Conference on Lesson Study. Universitas Hamzanwadi. ISBN 978-602-98097-8-7

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This research is applying lesson study in chemical education of muhammadiyah University of semarang, the purpose of this research is to improve the quality of environmental chemistry learning to support the achievement of chemistry education vision in the field of environment: inspiring Chemical Educator: professional qualified, characteristic, entrepreneurship based, International, in synergy with nature to build civil society. This research uses 12 students of chemistry education and involves 1 lecture model. The research process is done in 4 stages: briefing, lecturer model explanation in one direction and last stage observation of lecturer teaching according to observer specification and end with deep reflection between model lecturer and observer. Lesson study results: the number of students in the discussion was adjusted to the severity of the discussion material, the student's emphasis on learning during the learning process that served as the "cognitive imprint", the discussion was made 1 topic discussed by several groups so that there were comparison one group and other groups, reconstruction of lesson design. Lesson study is an evidence-based approach to teaching improvement. In the best cases, teachers get important insights into how their students learn the lesson, where they get stuck, what changes take place, and how they interpret ideas Key Words: Lesson Study, pro-environmental, behavior, chemistry

Item Type: Book Section
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions: Jabatan Fungsional > Eko Yulianto
Depositing User: perpus unimus
Date Deposited: 15 Oct 2020 06:34
Last Modified: 15 Oct 2020 06:36
URI: http://repository.unimus.ac.id/id/eprint/3951

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