Florentina M. Panda, Dolfina C. Koirewoa


Teachers are of the facilitator in the of the teaching and learning process in the class. School in science in primary school requiring teachers not only can explained the materials but also requiring teachers have the ability in doing simple lab work through this experiment. Simple experiment done by teachers help students in understanding and see directly by conducting simple experiment. But can in fact that were found there are many teachers who do not yet have skill in do simple experiment especially for teachers under its jurisdiction in segregation of the district. According to the interviews with some primary school teachers in the South Sorong (Teminabuan) there are many teachers who is unable to make simple research laboratorium work so interested to have a training for primary school teachers to increase its capacity to science lab work in learning science through simple experiment. As for the purpose of devotion this is 1 ) create informasih as well as the actual understanding of laboratorium work to primary school teachers so that support or assist these teachers in their experiences ipa and 2 ) trained teachers primary school in conducting laboratorium work so that it can be cultivate and improved the skills of do lab work in learning through trial simple experiment. The devotion has been carried out in public school district 15 Wermit South Sorong. This is done through the business side of devotion training activities. Activities devotion is done to help of elementary school teachers who taught science subjects in improving its capacity to lab work. The achievement of this target from the activities of devotion, satisfactory results or benefit to the elementary school teachers who taught subjects science officials in the education office and teaching of district South Sorong.

Keywords: Science lab work, Simple Experiment, Sorong, laboratorium, teminabuan

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