High School Students’ Scientific Literacy Profile Based on Scientific Literacy Assessments (SLA) Instruments

Sariwulan Diana, Arif Rachmatulloh, Euis Sri Rahmawati


Research on the profile of high school students’ scientific literacy, aimed to reveal high school students’ ability based on scientific literacy aspects of cognitive and affective domain according to Scientific Literacy Assessment (SLA) instruments. This study used descriptive method. Based on SLA, high school students’ scientific literacy average in cognitive domain was considered as very poor (52.6), whereas in affective domain was considered as sufficient (62.5). In cognitive domain, aspect of scientific literacy with the lowest students’ mastery was scientific thinking and doing, while the highest was science and society. The lowest students’ mastery of scientific literacy aspect in affective domain was self-efficacy, while the highest was value of science.

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