Hubungan Multiple Intelligences dengan Keterampilan Proses Sains Siswa dalam Pendidikan Biologi Abad 21

Firyal Aulia Ikbari  -  Pendidikan Biologi, Universitas Pakuan, Indonesia
Rita Istiana*  -  Pendidikan Biologi, Universitas Pakuan, Indonesia
Triasianingrum Triasianingrum  -  Pendidikan Biologi, Universitas Pakuan, Indonesia
Ilmi Zajuli Ichsan  -  Pendidikan Kependudukan dan Lingkungan Hidup, Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Indonesia
Giry Marhento  -  Pendidikan Biologi, Universitas Indraprasta PGRI, Indonesia
Ahmad Ali  -  Pendidikan Biologi, UIN Alauddin Makassar, Indonesia
Wiwin Pramita Arif  -  Pendidikan Biologi, UIN Alauddin Makassar, Indonesia
Titin Titin  -  Pendidikan Biologi, Universitas Tanjungpura, Indonesia

(*) Corresponding Author
This study aims to determine the relationship between Multiple Intelligences and science process skills, as well as to determine the strength of relationships, the form of relationships and their functional relationships. This research was conducted from December 2019 to August 2020. The population in this study were all students of class XI MIPA SMA Negeri 4 Cibinong in the academic year 2019/2020 with a total sample of 154 respondents. Results of the analysis show a positive relationship between Multiple Intelligences and science process skills, with the regression equation Ŷ = 27.228 + 0.128x. The correlation coefficient (r) is 0.409 while the coefficient of determination (r2) is calculated at 16.7%. Science process skills can be seen from Multiple Intelligences while 83.3% is formed from other factors that help shape students' science process skills.

Keywords : multiple intelligences; science process skills; students

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