THE EFFECTIVENESS OF LOCAL CULTURE-BASED PHYSICS MODEL OF TEACHING IN DEVELOPING THE SIX DIMENTIONS OF SCIENCE IN SMA
Education has a twin function, on the one hand aims at developing the potential of selflearners
and on the other hand act to preserve their cultural values. To achieve these
objectives, the role of education and learning are very important. The purpose of this study
was to develop a six-dimensional model of learning science through the application of
physics-based culture. Quasi-experimental study design with posttest only control group
design was conducted 54 students in class X MIA.1 and X MIA.2 SMA Negeri 3 Singaraja.
Data on the understanding and application of concepts measured by the test, the student
process skills measured through observation assisted assessment rubric science process
skills, creative thinking of students is measured by free content of creativity test, as well as
the attitude and the nature of science (Nature of Science / NOS) students were measured by
questionnaire. Data were analyzed descriptively and testing using MANOVA analysis at
significance level of 5%. Based on the results of data analysis, it can be concluded that the
physics-based model of learning the local culture more effectively in developing the six
dimensions, namely understanding concepts, application of concepts, science process skills,
attitudes, creative thinking, and the nature of science students.