The Analysis Of Science Teacher Barriers In Implementing Of Science Process Skills (Sps) Teaching Approach At Junior High School And It’s Solutions

Sukarno ., Anna Permanasari, Ida Hamidah, Ari Widodo


Science Process Skills (SPS), are very important skill for students, not only in learning science, but also have a positive impact on the lives of students in the future. Therefore, science teachers should be able to design and implement teaching activities that stimulate the development of SPS students. Today, the teaching and learning process presents still less the opportunity to development of students SPS, so that the SPS students are still not optimal yet. This is presumably because science teachers are still has many difficulties in implementing of teaching and learning by SPS oriented. To that end, this qualitative research method aims to outline the difficulties faced by science teachers in implementing the teaching and learning by SPS oriented. The results showed that science teachers are still facing many difficulties in implementing teaching and learning by SPS oriented. Science teachers difficulties among other things are in; planning, developing SPS activity-oriented learning, making the instrument and to assess SPS. Based on these results the authors recommend that the government reinforce the training and guidance for science teachers and provide instructional materials that suitable SPS development to science teachers, so they will able to planning and assessing SPS directed and integrated.

Keywords: Analysis, Barriers, SPS-oriented learning, science teacher, Solutions

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