The Effectiveness Of Blended Learning Models On Critical Thinking And Science Process Skills In Physics Subjects: Literature Review

  • Sakinah sakinah Univeritas Islam Madura
Keywords: Blended learning critical thinking scientific process skills

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of the blended learning model on students' critical thinking, creative thinking, and science process skills. blended learning is a model that combines conventional and online learning. Learning With a blended learning model to answer the challenges of 21st-century skills in the era of the industrial revolution 4.0, many activities are carried out online, including learning. In the era of industrial revolution 4.0, many students are required to master various abilities including critical thinking skills, creative thinking, and science process skills. Students are said to have the ability to think critically if they meet the indicators of critical thinking. Likewise, for science process skills. The subjects of this study were high school students and university students. while the research design used qualitative research with the case study method, the sample used was as straight as the students or students included in the articles studied using non-random sampling techniques  From the literature review it was found that this blended learning model had a positive effect on students' critical thinking or creative thinking skills  In other studies, it was also found that the blended learning model could improve students' science process skills.

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sakinah, S. (2024). The Effectiveness Of Blended Learning Models On Critical Thinking And Science Process Skills In Physics Subjects: Literature Review. Science And Education Journal (SENJA), 1(1), 1-10. Retrieved from https://journal.uim.ac.id/index.php/senja/article/view/2362