The Profile of Students’ Questions Based on Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy on Life Organizations System Topic

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Title The Profile of Students’ Questions Based on Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy on Life Organizations System Topic
Creator Hindrasti, Nur Eka Kusuma
Yuliandie, Hamzah
Amelia, Trisna
Description The aim of this study to determine student questions based on Revised Bloom's Taxonomy. This study was done by quantitative approach with descriptive research method. Research data were obtained through analysis of student questions sheets and interviews. Guide the student’s question were analysid sheet was used to record student questions while learning in class. Based on the results of the analysis it is known that 20% of students' questions at the cognitive domain level C1 (Remembering), 37% at the C2 level (Understanding), 20% at the C3 level (Applying), 11,5% at the C4 level (Analyzing), 11,5% at the C5 level (Evaluating), and 0% at the C6 level (Creating). While based on the dimension of knowledge, factual level questions were asked by 26% of students, conceptual level questions by 74%, and there was no question in procedural and metacognitive level.
Publisher Universitas Negeri Padang Address: Biology Education Study Program Faculty Mathematics and Natural Science (FMIPA) Jl. Prof. Dr. Hamka Air Tawar Barat, Padang-West Sumatera-Indonesia Telp. +62751-7057420 - Fax.+62751-7058772 - Ph. +6281363229286
Date 2020-06-30
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source Bioeducation Journal; Vol 4 No 1 (2020): Bioeducation Journal; 1-9
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 Nur Eka Kusuma Hindrasti

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