Edna, Maria and Febriyant, Jalu Prakosa and Christiana and Monica, Ganeip Pertiwi (2014) THE „REOP‟ ARCHITECTURE TO IMPROVE STUDENTS LEARNING CAPACITY. Seminar Nasional dan Temu Alumni "Peran Pendidikan dalam Pembangunan Karakter Bangsa". ISSN 978-602-96172-6-9


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This paper reviewing about a model of teaching by scientific approach as an effort of educator to increase the students learning capacity. The leading role of education is to increase the capacity of students in terms of personality, the development of social, and academic learning. A lot of models of teaching which has been developed and applied to reach the goal. The models of teaching is able to affect the pattern of students learning. This model emphasizing child-centered learning with a flange on the model scientific research that can train students to develop hypothesis and the reasons in causality. The students are stimulated to conduct research and investigation with guidance from the teacher. A structure in this model have phases such as Research Elaborate Order and Publish (REOP) that can run in a series of teaching. The first phase, Research, explore the richness of the concept of students. The second phase, Elaborate, students with the teacher confirm the findings of a concept with empirical evidence. The third phase, Order, students discuss the results of confirmation with a friend. The fourth phase, Publish, students communicating the results of its research to others. Writer find result that students stimulated to active and independent in their learning. This model helps them identify conceptual problems and getting them to devise ways to solve problems. A model of teaching scientific research has educational dimension which is to make discoverer have some humility but with high integrity. Keyword : Reop, Models of Teaching, Learning Capacity

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Subjects: Prosiding > ICERE 2014
Divisions: Program Pascasarjana
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Date Deposited: 13 Aug 2015 11:13
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