Integration of Project Activity to Enhance the Scientific Process Skill and Self-Efficacy in Zoology of Vertebrate Teaching and Learning
Diana Hernawati 1 2 * , Mohamad Amin 3, Mimien Irawati 3, Sri Indriwati 3, Muhammad Aziz 4
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1 Postgraduate Doctoral Student of Biology Study Program, State University of Negeri Malang, INDONESIA2 Study Program of Biology Education, FKIP, Universitas Siliwangi, Tasikmalaya, INDONESIA3 Department of Biology, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, State University of Negeri Malang, INDONESIA4 Institute of Innovative Research, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, JAPAN* Corresponding Author


This study is a quantitative research conducted to analyze the integration of project activity to increase the scientific process skill and self-efficacy. While uncovering the effect of each indicator of every predictor, a descriptive qualitative analysis has been done. Respondents in this research were biology students in teacher. The sample of 30 respondents were taken by random sampling technique. Research instruments were in the form of scientific process skill test and self-efficacy inventory. The hypothesis was tested using Analysis of Variance (ANOVA). Integration of project activity has significant effect towards scientific skill process at 0.038 with F value of 4.524 and also have a significant effect for self effication at 0.018 with F value of 0.018. Based on results analysis, it is concluded that there was an effect of project activity integration in Zoology of Vertebrate teaching and learning on pre-service teachers’ scientific process skill and self-efficacy, with significance level of 0.05.


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EURASIA J Math Sci Tech Ed, 2018, Volume 14, Issue 6, 2475-2485

Publication date: 14 Apr 2018

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