DIFFERENCE SKILL THINKING SCIENCE PARTICIPANTS BASED ON ZONATION RAILWAY LOCATION
Diyas Amanullah, Epon Ningrum, Dede Rohmat
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Scientific thinking skills are a priority that learners must have in facing the global era to examine various problems such as river pollution phenomena. This study aims to examine students scientific thinking skills based on the zoning of the river location. This study uses a qualitative approach that is poured in the form of description. The research subject is learners in Sukabumi City. Data obtained through interviews and observations, data analysis techniques using data reduction, display data, and conclusion verification. The results showed that there are differences in students scientific thinking skills based on the criteria of a distance of the school location and the presence of the river.
Topic: Geographical Education