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The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all sectors of life, including the education sector. Physics learning activities, especially practicum activities, which so far have been very dependent on laboratory space-based activities, are very disturbed. This study aims to develop students' motivation and science process skills (SPS) during the pandemic. The sample of this study was 3 groups consisting of 90 students from 2 universities in the province of Lampung, Indonesia. The data obtained were analysed using the multivariate analysis of variance technique. The results showed that mobile laboratory-based learning proved effective in developing students' motivation and SPS. Therefore, experimental/mobile laboratory activities based on analytical videos obtained from surrounding physical phenomena can be an alternative for physics learning activities, especially in the current era of distance learning.
Keywords: Mobile laboratory, motivation, science process skills.
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