SCI-DAMA: To Increase Student’s Scientific Analysis
This paper proposes Sci-Dama as one tool in increasing student’s scientific analytical and computational skills. This can be considered as one productive instrument to improve Higher-Order Thinking (HOT) skills of students, thus, can be more useful if to be added in the instructional materials as one motivational enhancer and be continually included in every Science Fair activities. This study also focuses on its effectiveness in increasing the scientific analysis and computational skills of students. From the findings, it can be concluded that learning by game gives a positive impact to the student learning ability. From several findings, as from the results of comprehensive analysis from the gathered data, information and views of the experts, Sci-Dama, being an educational game can be highly recommended to be utilized as a tool to augment students’ skills in many aspects of learning, may it be in the classroom and even in the competition.
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