Analysis of Students’ Metacognition Level in Solving Scientific Literacy on the Topic of Static Fluid

Zakaria Sandy Pamungkas, Nonoh Siti Aminah, Fahru Nurosyid

Abstract


The purpose of this study is to describe students’ metacognition level in solving scientific literacy. This research use the descriptive method. The subject of this research is 99 students of grade XI in SMA Batik 2 Surakarta. Data collection methods used are test methods which its instruments based on an indicator of scientific literacy and metacognition ability. Data analysis techniques use quantitative descriptive analysis. The results showed that the achievement of scientific literacy in science as a body of knowledge, science as a way of thinking, science as a way of investigating, and science as an interaction between technology and society is still low at below 35%. This is due to almost student occupy in low metacognition level that is 30% students in tacit use level, 54% students in aware use level, and only a few students occupy in high metacognition level that is 16% students in strategic use level and 0% student in reflective use level.

Keywords


Metacognition Level; Scientific Literacy; Static Fluid

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11591/edulearn.v13i1.10056

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