The Influence of Discussion Method on the Learning Process of Human Anatomy Physiology
The purpose of this study is to determine types of discussion were appropriate to be used and also to find out whether or not the discussion method influenced the learning process in the Human Anatomy Physiology course. This study used a qualitative method. The population of this study was the seventh semester students of Biology Education Study Program at Cokroaminoto Palopo University. The sample in this study was class A about 42 students. In determining the sample, the researcher used purposive sampling technique because it is seen from the two classes the researcher taught (Class A and B), class A seemed more passive than class B. Data collection was done through observation and documentation. From the results of this study, there were 3 types of discussions could be carried out namely, whole group, group discussion and brainstorming. Furthermore, it can be concluded that the discussion method influenced the learning process of seventh semester students of Biology Education Study Program because it can foster their motivation so that they were more motivated to participate and be active in discussions.
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