Design of the CLT-HOTS Learning Model to Improve Physics Problem-Solving Skills Across Interests

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Elita, Festiyed, Yohandri


The low problem-solving skills of students in physics learning, especially in cross-interest physics learning. To overcome this problem, a learning model was developed that can improve students' problem-solving skills while still paying attention to the learning principles and characteristics of high school students' cross-interest physics. This research is development research using the Plomp model which consists of three stages, namely: preliminary research, prototyping phase, and the assessment phase. The results of this study are the integrated HOTS cooperative learning model abbreviated as the Cooperative Learning Terintegrasi HOTS (CLT-HOTS). The design of the CLT-HOTS model has a model syntax consisting of seven stages, namely: 1) The teacher prepares several materials; 2) convey learning objectives and motivate students; 3) presenting information; 4) organize students into study groups; 5) presentation; 6) Evaluation; and 7) Awarding.

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