The Development of the Mathematical Physics Module Based on Self regulated learning

Yul Ifda Tanjung, Deo Demonta Panggabean, Teguh Febri Sudama

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This research is for knowing the development process, the quality of eligibility and the improvement of the students’ Mathematical Physics I results using the self regulated learning-based module. This research is the development research (Research and Development/R&D) with a method adapted from Borg and Gall. The research procedure is divided by the preliminary study stage those are data collection, the material requirement analysis and the making of the research instrument, the development study stage those are composing the teaching materials and doing the improvement of the expert team’s validation result, the trial stage is divided into two, those are the small group trial that is giving the questionnaire of the students’ interest response on modules and limited trials by doing the Mathematical Physics I learning, using the module of students’ development results. Based on the research results, it can be obtained the conclusion of Mathematical Physics I module based on the self regulated learning is eligible and can be applied to students and there is improvement of Mathematical Physics I results and learning quality, using the development results of self regulated learning-based module.


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