Students’ Self-Confident in STEAM
Purpose of the study: know the teacher's response about student self-confidence in STEAM.
Methodology: This research uses a micro-ethnographic type case study approach. Case study research is intended to study intensively about STEAM-based physics learning and whether it has a relationship with self-confident.
Main Findings: students will have good self-confidence if a teacher provides good facilities, support, and facilities.
Applications of this study: very useful for teachers in implementing STEAM-based learning to improve self-confidence.
Novelty/Originality of this study: This study describes the STEM-based physics learning experience by growing self-confidence.
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