Intelligence is included in aspects of individual differences. Gardner divided intelligence of human became eight categories, called as multiple intelligences. Understanding of multiple intelligences can help students to recognize their prominent intelligence and develop their potential optimally. The research purposes are to describes development process, quality, and the effectiveness of Indonesian textbook based on the multiple intelligences theory for Industrial Chemistry Department Students in SMK Negeri 1 Cerme. This research conducted with Thiagarajan development model (definition, design, and development). Development process of the textbook encountered many problems, such as changing the validator. This problem impacts to the time efficiency during development. Based on the evaluation from the expert validator, teacher validator, and friend validator, the textbook has "good quality" with percentage 89,9% on the advisability (eligibility, presentation, language, and graphic). Meanwhile, the effectiveness of Indonesian language textbook for Industrial Chemistry Department Students in SMK Negeri 1 Cerme is basically effective with percentage 77,5%. This result concluded based on observation of teacher and students activity. After using Indonesian language textbook, students show a good result with completeness 90,4% in limited trials and 86,9% in extensive trials. Even, the students give a positive response to the textbook. The positive responses are evident from the assessment of textbook effectiveness in terms of content, presentation, language, and graphic. Students judge that the textbook is qualified "Highly Effective" with a percentage of 91.1%. Positive responses are also evident from the comments and suggestions of students who generally love the textbook.
Ilmatus Sadiyah, Universitas indonesia, Indonesia
Stream: Educational Research, Development & Publishing
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