The Effect of Program Laboratory Inquiry Practicum Based (PPZI-BIL) to Mastering Invertebrate Zoology Concept

Riki Apriyandi Putra, dan Fransisca Sudargo


This study aims to determine the effect of applying PPZI-BIL to the mastery of the concept of biology student teachers and student attitudes toward curriculum subjects Invertebrate Zoology. Subjects were students of the University of Pasundan (UNPAS) with a total sample of 52 people (one class), selected by purposive sampling. Student mastery of concepts is measured through tests, while the attitude of students was measured through a questionnaire. The results showed that there was a significant increase in any concept of Invertebrate Zoology. The highest increase was shown in concept annelids with N-gain of 0.70 (high category), and an increase in N-gain low but still in the category of being contained in the concept of Arthropods. Implementation PPZI-BIL also can increase positive attitudes of students related to the student curriculum.

Keywords: Invertebrate Zoology lab program of inquiry-based laboratory (PPZI-BIL), the attitude of students, mastery of concepts.

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