Students’ Representation Ability in Chemistry

  • Dewi Satria Ahmar Department of Chemistry Education, Universitas Tadulako, Indonesia (ID)
  • Muhammad Fath Azzajjad Department of Chemistry Education, Universitas Sembilanbelas November, Indonesia (ID)
  • Muh. Syahrir Education Office of South Sulawesi Province, Makassar, Indonesia (ID)
Keywords: representation ability, chemistry learning, learning

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Abstract

This study aimed to determine the representation ability of students in learning chemistry. The ability of representation consists of three levels, namely macroscopic level, submicroscopic level, and symbolic level. This study was a descriptive study. The subjects in this study were 53 XI grade students. The study instrument was in the form of a description test compiled based on indicators of representation ability. The results showed that the average score of students’ representation ability at the macroscopic level is 66.94, and is in the good category. The average score of students’ representation ability at the submicroscopic level is 47.17, and is in the medium category. The average score of students’ representation ability at the symbolic level is 64.30, and is in the good category.



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Published
2020-07-02
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How to Cite
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D. S. Ahmar, M. F. Azzajjad, and M. Syahrir, “Students’ Representation Ability in Chemistry”, J. Appl. Sci. Eng. Technol. Educ., vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 181-187, Jul. 2020.