Volume 38, Issue 1, 2017
Friday, March 31, 2017
This study aims to determine the impact of the integration of engineering design (ask, imagine, plan, create and improve) in physics teaching and learning modules to encourage students' creativity through science technical product. This experimental study was conducted to 40 form three students of secondary school in Aceh, Indonesia. There were two classes were randomly selected to be treated using the developed module. The results showed that the use of teaching and learning physics module that integrates five steps of engineering design is more effective to develop students' creativity through science technical products. The findings might be used as a backup approach to science learning appropriate to be applied in the teaching and learning of science to encourage the creative production of technical products among secondary school students. In addition, it also can be used as a guide for teachers to implement the five-step integration of engineering design (ask, imagine, plan, create and improve) in the teaching and learning of physics.