Evaluation of Metacognitive Skill Level Among Pre-service Biology Teacher on Microbiology Learning
Issue:Vol. 8 No. 6 (2022): December
Keywords:Metacognitive Skill, Pre-service Biology Teacher, Biology Learning
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The 21st century skills that must be possessed by pre-service biology teachers is metacognitive skills. Metacognition refers to a person's abilities about his cognition and everything related. This descriptive study aims to describe the level of metacognitive skills of pre-service biology teachers. The data collection procedure was carried out by a metacognitive skill rubric that integrated with essay test. The subjects of this study were 70 of pre-service biology teacher at Universitas Islam Negeri Mataram in the 2021/2022 academic year. The research data were analyzed descriptively by determining the percentage of metacognitive skill levels. The results showed that the mean level of pre-service biology teachers’ metacognitive skills was “starting to develop” (44.35). The pre-service teachers with “have so developed category” occupies the highest percentage (41%), while the lowest percentage is occupied by the category of “still very risky” and “very well developed” with a percentage 6% of each
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