Laxmi Kirana Pallathadka, Harikumar Pallathadka
Medical plants are increasing attention worldwide due to their empirical efficacy and development. This study aims to develop a medical plants module on organic chemistry in natural materials to simulate the students' metacognitive skills. It investigates technique that refers to the research and development steps. Organic chemistry is in action; this program aims to improve learning and understanding of organic chemistry. Then, this investigation starts by examining the subject requirements in plant and natural material in organic chemistry that people frequently use as a medicine and a module as a learning resource. The results evaluate the students' metacognitive skills using the medical plant's modules significantly vary. Students' metacognitive skills are determined, and their ability in the scheduling feature is well developed. The potential of the local medicinal plant module can simulate students' metacognitive skills.
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