Description of the Dimensions Attitudes towards Science in Junior High School at Muaro Jambi

Astalini Astalini, Darmaji Darmaji, Dwi Agus Kurniawan, Alfika Destianti

Abstract


Tendency in perceptions negative or positive of students' attitudes toward science. Students are more likely to perceive negative perceptions. this research of purposive is knowing the students' attitudes toward science subject in the middle school Muaro Jambi. The research was qualitative with survey-type. Analysis data questionnaire using descriptive statistic while for interview using Miles and Huberman model. The research results of the student attitude indicator toward the science subject to science with a percentage of 43%, good enough for attitudes to the inquiry in scientist toward science with 48% percentage.


Keywords


Normality of scientist toward science; attitudes to the inquiry in scientist toward science; enjoyment of science lessons toward science; attitudes toward science.

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