DEVELOPMENTS RESOURCES LEARNING STUDENT WORKSHEET BASED ON GUIDE INQUIRY IN RESIDUAL AND RISK MANAGEMENT

Feliciano da Costa Correia, Rolando Gaspar, Mateus Dos Santos Ximenes, Felipe Xavier

Abstract


The purpose of this research is to produce the student
worksheet (SW) for students. It becomes a guide for
Material inquiry. Residue and Risk Management; (2)
Describes the reliability of aspects of SW validity in the
waste disposal and risk management in General Secondary
Education. The research is descriptive that describes the
evaluation of the validity of the merit of materials. The
instrument used is the validation sheet. The validation
obligation is to perceive reliability based on content,
presentation, language, and media quality criteria. The
methodology used in this research is the qualitative
technical analysis of the data used in this research that
analyze qualitatively descriptive. The validation result of
the matter is 3.29 and 82.14 sacred categories composed of
3.36 or 83.93 with the most reliable level. It is, between 3.50
and 87.50 scores of the most reliable and 3.00 scores of better
score and language of 3.00 score of more reliable average
and best category. Thus, the developed SW seems to be
reliable or was used to test learning.

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