Pendampingan Penyusunan Perangkat Pembelajaran Berciri Literasi Sains dan Numerasi bagi Mahasiswa Calon Guru Kab. Langkat
Keywords:learning tools, literacy, numeracy, prospective teachers
AbstractLearning tools as one of the aspects supporting the implementation of the curriculum become pedagogical knowledge that must be possessed by prospective teachers. Prospective teachers have an important role in reviewing and developing the latest current learning concepts, namely efforts to increase science and numeracy literacy for students. Science and numeracy literacy and skills are very important for students to develop their abilities in science. Therefore, teachers have a role to support students by identifying the Science and numeracy literacy of students. Assistance activities in developing learning tools that are characterized by science and numeral literacy are carried out well for prospective teachers in Kab. Langkat. These activities include workshops and assistance in developing learning tools. The products produced are lesson plans, student worksheets, and assessment instruments. Participants gave positive feedback on a series of activities. Participants’ understanding was measured using a pretest and posttest. The questions asked contain aspects that need to be considered in preparing learning tools, components of learning tools, and how science and numeracy literacy can be applied in lesson planning. The results of the post-test and pre-test scores showed an increase in participants’ understanding of preparing learning tools.
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