Perception of Physics Teachers and Students about E-Modules Using Stem-Integrated Flipped Classroom Approach to Improve Critical Thinking Skills

Reni Dwi Puspitasari, Kartini Herlina, Agus Suyatna

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The purpose of this study was to describe the perceptions of teachers and students related to the use of e-modules using the integrated STEM flipped classroom approach. The approach used was a STEM-integrated flipped classroom. Data collection methods using a questionnaire were analyzed with descriptive analysis with the 15 professional and unprofessional teachers and 30 students in Lampung province as respondents. The results of teachers 'perceptions about e-modules amounted to 66.7% if presented as belonging to the required category, while the results of students' perceptions using e-modules amounted to 63.3% and classified as needed. The practice was also needed in making e-modules with the results of 73.3% of teachers answering practical answers and 56.7% of students answering practical questions. It can be inferred that students need new teaching materials to support practical and easy to use learning t any time limit.

Keywords: e-Module, Flipped Classroom, Critical Thinking Skills.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23960/jpf.v8.n1.202001


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