1. OBSERVING (observing)
- Teachers are not sufficiently armed with textbooks into the classroom.
- Teachers prepare instructional media will be observed learners.
- Teachers do not start by telling the students, but invites students to find out.
Students Viewing: Viewing, read, watch, listen, pay attention (video, images, objects, nature, articles, newspapers, magazines, etc.)
- Students are asked from his observations and teachers stopp himself to ask.
- Making students like to ask, not the teacher often asked
- If the observations result is what questions or problems, then developed a problem based learning.
- If the observations result is why questions, then developed discovery learning / inquiry learning.
- If the observations result is how, the Project developed learning.
- Questions should contain answers multidimensional and had varied answers, contains no single answer, not textual, should inspire answers, and focus on one issue.
- Students create questions, by written or verbal.
- Students Asking questions from the factual to the hypothetical
- Beginning with the guidance of teachers to independently
- Teacher sorting or checking the quality of the question, whether it meets the requirements or not?
3. DATA COLLECTION (EXSPERIMENTING-TRY)
Critical thinking, discussing, trying to use the approach, students active learning individually, in groups, and classical.
-Teacher Answered questions studensts earlier and used by students as one of the data.
-Students Determining the necessary data from questions
-Students Specifies the data source (Internet, objects, documents, books, experiments, someone's opinion, etc.)
-Students collect data from various sources
4. ASSOCIATE - ANALYZE
Make a statement, connecting material, identify and mengklasfikasi data.
-Peserta Analyzing the data in the form of creating categories, define data relationships
-Peserta Students create IMPORTANT THEOLOGICAL or make CONCLUSION.
Presenting, articulate, clarify, Make social networking.
- Students Deliver conceptualization results in the form of oral, written, diagrams, charts, pictures, etc.
IN CLASS is to deepen the material and not expanding the material.
Material expanded independently from various sources outside the classroom.