Model of Scientific Learning Approach Project Based Learning (PjBL) Based On Practicum for Students Biology Teacher Candidate
Learning that utilizes practicum activities as a scientific approach is still less noticed among the Education Institution of Education Personnel. Learning devices designed with the scientific approach model integrate integrated cognitive, psychomotor and affective competencies. The objectives of developing this learning device model are: 1) Identifying the potential results of traditional cooking oil purification practicum (using coconut pulp, bagasse, and straw adsorbent) for the actualization of cognitive, psychomotor, and affective competencies within the scientific approach and 2) Develop PjBL scientific approach learning model based on traditional used cooking oil purification (using coconut pulp, bagasse and straw adsorbent). This development uses a learning development model with a constructivist approach with R2D2 work patterns (Reflective, Recursive, Design, and Development). The results obtained from this development plan include 1. The material structure and science process skills of students from the traditional cooking oil purification practicum in the form of cognitive, psychomotor, and affective competencies, and 2) PjBL is scientific approach learning device model based on traditionally used cooking oil purification practices for prospective biology teacher students.