The Effectiveness of Chemistry Module Using Compendium Verses of Quran in Boarding School

Nurul - Hidayati

Abstract


Nowadays, the development of boarding school as educational model is growing rapidly. The model is not only focuses on learning general science, but also pursuing and mastering the science of religion and even interaction of both. Curriculum Islamic boarding school of science in level senior high school urgently needs an arranged module to indicate the presence of an interaction between Quran and science. The result showed that as many as 99 percent of students need scientific module with a compendium verses of Quran. Validation of products in the form of chemistry modules with compendium verses ofQuran has been done by seven validators. The validation results show the validity value of Aiken > 0.76, stating that the product is valid and feasible to be used. The trial is limited and the main test is performed after module revision. The average pretest and posttest score show that the usage of the development module is increased, so the usage of this module is more effective because it improves student achievement and motivation learning. The significance value of the t-test < 0.05, which means there is a significantinfluential in achievement and motivation learning because the usage of chemical modules with compendium verses of Quran.

Keywords


module, compendium, boarding school

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