Students' Perceptions about Science and Learning Innovation in Junior High School

Dina Syaflita, M. Rahmad, Muhamad Nor, Ernidawati Ernidawati, Naila Fauza


The learning process affects students' perceptions of a subject. This perception affects student motivation. The selection of appropriate learning methods and media needs to be done. Innovations on learning tools such as learning media need to be provided in order to produce meaningful learning activities and generate positive student perceptions of learning. This study has two objectives, 1) to determine the tendency of the choice of methods and learning media for students 'perceptions of science subjects, and 2) to obtain a picture of students' expectations in technology integrated science learning as a form of learning innovation. This type of research is descriptive research. The sample used was teachers and students in the city of Pekanbaru and outside the city of Pekabaru. Data collection instruments used in the form of interview sheets and questionnaires. The data analysis technique used is descriptive analysis. The results showed that students' perceptions that often carry out experimental activities were better than perceptions of students who often carry out learning by discussion methods. The use of teaching aids as a learning medium is better pictures and videos in forming students' positive perceptions of science learning.

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