Fostering Science Learning Quality in Frame of Ecosystem Topic through Lesson Study

Besse Aisyah(1*), Nurfatima Nurfatima(2), Rina Kurnia(3), Andi Asmawati Aziz(4), Andi Nurul Virninda Yusuf(5),

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Teacher plays important role to enhance learning quality. As professional teacher, there are some of competencies that should be mastered while doing structured and planned teaching. The first, a teacher should have an appropriate knowledge for taught lesson. The second, a teacher should be able to plan a flexible lesson depend on various conditions. The third, a teacher should always keep an eye to the students in the classroom for identifying how far the students learn and understand the topic. However a teacher is expected to collaborate with other teacher. One alternative to enhance teacher professionalism is by implementing Lesson study. Based on the previous study, Lesson study could foster teacher quality on applying the learning strategy. Lesson study comprises of three steps, Plan, Do and See. In Plan stage, teacher analyzed the curriculum, learning purpose and student development, including the lesson instrument made by the team teaching in ecosystem topic. In Do stage, the teacher implemented the teaching based on the lesson planned. In See stage or reflection, all of the involved stakeholder discuss the learning process that has been done and suggest for corrections. Based on the observation result, it can be concluded that overall the stages, Lesson study can foster teacher’s pedagogical competencies and science learning quality in MTs. Madani Alauddin.

Keywords: Learning Quality, Team Teaching, Lesson Study, MTs. Madani Alauddin

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