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Sri Lestari Handayani, Arifin Arifin
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 3, pp 75-84; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2021.3.2.8703

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This study aims to analyze the misconceptions of Senior High School students and their cause in Optical material. The data collection techniques used in this research are tests and interviews. The three tiers multiple-choice diagnostic test used consists of three levels, the first is a question, the second is the reason for the answer, and the third is the student's confidence level. The data analysis techniques used in this research are multiple-choice scoring analysis without fining and student's misconceptions level's percentage analysis. The lowest misconception level is 10.4% on the light refraction indicator, and the highest is 41.6% on the distance and characteristic of the image on the concave mirror. The sources of students' misconceptions found in this study are the students themselves, books, friends, teachers, students' daily experiences, and the Internet.
Obimita Ika Permatasari, Demi Trisnawati
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 3, pp 103-112; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2021.3.2.8719

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Process skills are very important in learning. Process skills can be approached by investigating a phenomenon. This research aims to develop way of investigating physics teaching materials to improve students' process skills. This study uses a Research and Development (RD) design. Data collection methods used are tests, observations, questionnaires, and documentation. The research sample was taken by purposive sampling. Based on data analysis, it is known that the teaching materials developed are categorized as very valid and suitable for use with an average value of 89.97. The readability of teaching materials is in the good category with a value of 77.88. The process skill gain test in the experimental class of 0.303 is in the medium category, while in the control class of 0.297 is in the low category. Student responses to the developed teaching materials are very good, with an average percentage of 86.65%. The results of this study indicate that way of investigating teaching materials are appropriate to be used in physics learning, especially to improve students' process skills.
Herma Yunita, Feriansyah Sesunan, Hervin Maulina, Wayan Suana
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 3, pp 133-140; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2021.3.2.8606

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The Covid-19 pandemic and government regulations regarding the Enforcement of Restrictions on Community Activities in Indonesia have caused face-to-face learning activities not to be fully implemented. One way to be used as an alternative is through blended learning, which combines online and offline learning activities. This study aims to test vocational students' learning outcomes through blended learning with practicum methods. The population of this study was all students of class XI TKJ of SMK Negeri 1 Liwa, and the samples selected by purposive sampling technique were students of class X-TKJ1 as the control class and students of X-TKJ2 as the experimental class. This study used a pretest-posttest control group design. The two sample classes were given a pretest and posttest, which were then analyzed to determine the N-gain for each class. The results showed differences in student learning outcomes in the experimental and control classes with N-gains, respectively, 0.72 and 0.40. The analysis results showed that the average increase in student learning outcomes in the experimental class was higher than in the control class. Based on the results of data analysis, it can be concluded that blended learning with practicum methods can improve student learning outcomes.
Fachrizal Rian Pratama, Anjar Hero Sasmiko
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 3, pp 95-102; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2021.3.2.8646

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This study aims to develop a simulation and modeling physics textbook assisted by Unity3D software with a self-regulated learning approach. This research uses Development and Research method through 4D Model. The definition stage is carried out by determining the characteristics of the textbook that will be developed through the initial study. The design stage is done by choosing the format and design of the textbook to produce the first correction (draft). The development stage is carried out to have the second draft, third correction, and the final product of the textbook. The second correction is obtained through the revised expert validation results that have been recommended. The third correction is the acquisition of small group test results by taking them randomly. Based on the results of field tests on students who are taking Physics Simulation and Modeling courses, the final product of the textbook is obtained. One of the textbook features and tools developed is the project assignment feature and the video tutorial tool. Based on the validation of the textbook and its supporting devices, the criteria are very feasible and ready to be used and can guide student learning independently through the features in the textbook. The development of this textbook is expected to assist in developing simulations and modeling in physics and other fields of science, such as engineering and health.
Ukhti Mutia Munifatuzzahroh, Ian Yulianti, Fianti Fianti
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 3, pp 113-120; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2021.3.2.8390

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The research aims to determine the potential of tea waste as an environmentally friendly alternative acoustic material. The acoustic material is made by mixing tea waste powder with fox glue and water, formed, and dried. The acoustic material was made into six samples with different compositions of tea wastes, that were 20 g, 40 g, 60 g, 80 g, 100 g, and 120 g. The value of the effectiveness of noise reduction and the coefficient of sound absorption, both were obtained the most optimum in sample 6 with a composition of 120 g, that were 10.1% and 0.07497 dB. The value of both increases with the increase of the composition of the tea wastes in the acoustic material.
Khaerul Umam, Hartono Hartono, Sulhadi Sulhadi
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 3, pp 85-94; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2021.3.2.8706

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Momentum is one of the physics topics that students can better understand with practical activities. The problem found in using the ticker timer as a speed gauge in the collision practicum is that the measurement process interferes with the system being measured. This research develops a collision practicum tool using a microcontroller and ultrasonic sensor as a distance recorder. The glide track used is an air track. Based on the research conducted, it can be concluded that the collision practicum tool with a microcontroller and a glide track in the form of an air track can work well. The distance recorder or DRD is capable of recording distances every 0.2 seconds. The ultrasonic sensor as a gauge has an accuracy of 99.6% and a relative error of 0.56% for sensor 1. Meanwhile, sensor 2 has an accuracy of 99% and a relative error of 0.85%. Through the distance data obtained, it is possible to obtain an increase in momentum before and before the collision.
Laspri Tri Marheny, Lukman Hakim, Sulistiawati Sulistiawati
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 3, pp 121-132; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2021.3.2.7143

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This study aimed to develop a Jumanji flashcard game media for valid and practical media. Research and development methods are used in this study. The research phase starts from potential and problem analysis, data collection phase, product design phase, design validation phase, design revision phase, trial and product revision phase. Interview sheets, questionnaires and documentation obtained research data. Data collection techniques used interview sheets, material expert validation questionnaires, media expert questionnaires and student response questionnaires. The results obtained are the feasibility of the Jumanji flashcard game based on the assessment of material experts with a percentage of 88.67%, media experts 90%, and student responses 92% in the small group trial obtained very good category. Aspects of material validation consist of accuracy, depth and completeness of the material. Aspects of media expert validation consist of function, design and quality of media. Student responses related to the practice of the Jumanji flashcard game media. The Jumanji flashcard game media developed was feasible and could be used in physics learning for junior high school students for measurement.
Isfaul Maulina, Hamdan Hadi Kusuma, Muhammad Izzatul Faqih
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 3, pp 53-64; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2021.3.1.6151

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This research aims to produce a product in the form of an encyclopedia of physics measuring instruments and to find out the quality of the encyclopedia of physics measuring instruments as a learning resource for SMP / MTs students. The type of research used in this research is Research and Development (RD), referring to the development of Borg Gall which has been modified by Sugiyono. The subjects of this study were students of class VII SMP Negeri 1 Brangsong. Data collection techniques in this study were carried out by means of interviews and questionnaires. The results of the encyclopedia quality assessment based on the evaluation of material experts are 100% with very good category, media experts are 94.29% with very good category, assessment from science teachers is 93.33% with very good category, and the assessment of student responses in the small-scale trial was 97.78% with the very good category. Based on this assessment, it can be concluded that the encyclopedia of physics measuring instruments developed has very good quality and is suitable for use as a learning resource for SMP / MTs students.
Zakiyyatul Miskiyyah, Winny Liliawati, Dadi Rusdiana
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 3, pp 29-40; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2021.3.1.6648

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The research was conducted to identify the correlation between interest in learning towards students' analytical skills on the concept of work and energy. The research method used is descriptive quantitative with purposive sampling technique of determining the sample. The research sample consisted of 28 people with the characteristics of 20 girls and 8 boys in Senior High School Bandung. The instruments used were questionnaires and tests. The results showed that students' interest in the concept of work and energy was at a very high criterion of 21.43% and a high criterion of 78.57%. The students' analytical skills were in the low criteria of 37% and very low of 63%. Based on calculations using the SPSS IBM 23, the Cramer V value was 0,000 (less than 0.05) so it can be concluded that there is a correlation between student interest in learning and analytical skills on the concept of work and energy. The results of this study indicate the importance of student interest in learning as a provision for receiving learning, especially in students' analytical skills. Therefore, teachers are expected to create a pleasant learning atmosphere to increase student interest in learning and analytical skills.
Samuel Gideon, Abdul Azis Rahmansyah
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 3, pp 1-10; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2021.3.1.6570

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COVID-19 virus have affected educational activities to be carried out through e-learning. Discord and Google Jamboard offer advantages in delivering synchronous e-learning. The purpose of this research is to implement e-learning of Physics 1 course using Discord integrated with Google Jamboard and Powerpoint. In this research, we used qualitative-descriptive method which conducted in several steps, i.e: (1) Discord installation and Physics 1 Class preparation; (2) Virtual Tablet Server installation and its testing for mobile phone; (3) Learning materials preparation in Powerpoint; (4) Implementation of Physics 1 Class using Discord integrated with Google Jamboard and Powerpoint; (5) Evaluation of the results and (6) Surveying of student’s opinion about e-learning using using Discord integrated with Google Jamboard and Powerpoint. Discord can be used as an alternative e-learning tool because of its practical use as well as more powerful when integrated with Google Jamboard and Powerpoint, especially for mathematical-analytics subject such as Physics. This is supported by the results of a survey in which 34 out of 39 students said they wanted to use Discord and Google Jamboard for other mathematical-analytics subjects.
Arini Rosa Sinensis, Thoha Firdaus, T Hardila, Nopitasari Nopitasari, N Saiputri
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 3, pp 19-28; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2021.3.1.6662

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The challenge of 21st century education is to prepare human resources who are required to have skills, one of which is problem solving. The Problem Based Learning (PBL) learning model is considered effective in training problem-solving skills because it has constructivist characteristics with science learning. The purpose of this study was to analyze students' problem solving skills in the Light material through PBL learning. The research method used is quantitative with descriptive analysis. The research sample was 22 Tanah Merah Integrated Junior High School students grade IX. The data collection technique used the observation sheet of problem solving skills. The results showed that there was an increase in students' problem solving skills from the first to the third experiment. The increase with the highest percentage was in the third experiment with indicators of problem solving/ investigation by 90.9%. The average data for each problem solving indicator shows that students can understand the problem by 80.78%, collect data by 69.63%, carry out problem solving/investigation by 78.46%, and make conclusions by 66.67%. These results indicate that the Problem Based Learning model can be used as a science learning construction in improving problem solving skills.
Hesti Khuzaimah Nurul Yusufiyah, Juan Pandu Gya Nur Rochman
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 3, pp 11-18; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2021.3.1.6667

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The implementation of nodule shape characteristics is one of the parameters used in determining breast cancer malignancy. Mathematical calculations are used as a second decision to strengthen radiologists in determining breast cancer malignancy using ultrasound images (USG). The method used in this research is to filter ultrasound images that contain speckle noise, then continue the segmentation process, extracting shape features, selecting shape features, and classifying them. The feature selection process using Correlated based Feature Selection (CFS) is used to select the dominant shape features in the image. The classification results obtained show that the results of feature selection using CFS can improve the results of image accuracy, sensitivity and specificity, so as to be able to better distinguish the characteristic shape of the cancer nodule.
Arik Pujiyanti, Ellianawati Ellianawati, Wahyu Hardyanto
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 3, pp 41-52; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2021.3.1.6666

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The implementation of the 2013 curriculum led to several innovations in the learning process including using the Problem Based Learning (PBL) model. This study aims to determine the interests and learning outcomes of students after being treated with the PBL model assisted by teaching aids. This type of research is a pre-experimental study with a one-shot case study design. The research sample consisted of 14 students of MA Uswatun Hasanah Semarang. The data collection technique used a written test instrument and a student interest questionnaire. The results of this study indicate that the learning outcomes of students analyzed by the N-gain test have increased with an N-gain coefficient of 0.21 which is included in the low criteria. The percentage of students' interest in learning obtained an average result of 81.786% so that it is categorized as very good. The results also showed that the use of the PBL model resulted in 85% completeness of the learning outcomes of the Circular Motion material so it could be concluded that the PBL model assisted by teaching aids had an influence on the learning outcomes of students.
Nismawati A Haruna, Dewa Gede Eka Setiawan, Abdul Haris Odja
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 3, pp 65-74; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2021.3.1.6737

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This study aims to test the application of e-learning using edmodo media in learning physics based on character values to improve student learning outcomes in work and energy materials. This type of research is an experiment, using the One Group Pretest-Posttest Design design. The instrument used in this study was a pretest and posttest questions consisting of 12 question numbers to test the improvement of student learning outcomes using e-learning using edmodo media. The pretest value data normality test using the Kolmogorov-Smirnov test resulted in 0.035, and for the posttest value obtained 0.457. The results showed an increase in student learning outcomes with an average gain value of 0.82 which is included in the high criteria. The results of the data hypothesis analysis were obtained from the pretest and posttest values based on the output "statistical test" known to Asymp. Sig (2-tailed) is 0.00. (0.05). Based on the results of the hypothesis test, it can be concluded that there is an increase in student learning outcomes by using e-learning using edmodo media in physics learning based on character values on business and energy materials.
Dila Nelvo Dasril, Nerifa Dewilza
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 2, pp 95-104; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2020.2.2.5087

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Research on the effectiveness of panoramic room walls has been carried out in the Radiology Installation of Prof. Dr. MA Hanafiah SM Batusangkar. This study aims to determine the effectiveness of the panoramic room walls in absorbing radiation emitted by panoramic aircraft, as well as knowing the safety level of the room around the panoramic inspection room in accordance with the dose limit values of workers and the general public. This type of research is a quantitative research by taking direct measurements. The research was conducted by measuring the radiation dose at six points of the panoramic room wall using a radiation measuring instrument, namely TLD-100. The results showed that the effectiveness of the walls was only able to absorb radiation less than 90%, with the shield category on the walls that was not good enough to withstand radiation. Therefore, it is necessary to renovate the panoramic room walls in accordance with safety standards.
Nur Khoiri, Choirul Huda, Hadhijah Assegaf
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 2, pp 131-140; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2020.2.2.6088

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The research purpose is explored the effect of guided inquiry learning with digital spring for science generics skills. The subject of research are 70 student in XI MIPA SMAN 11 Semarang consisting of 35 students in the experimental group and 35 students in the control group. Design study uses Quasy Experiment Design, the type to be used is Nonequivalent Control Group Design. Data collection techniques through observation and questionnaire with a Likert scale. The results of data analysis from observation sheet on average experiment class = 3,22 and the average control class = 2,93. This study uses independent sample t-test show tcount > ttable that is 3,76 > 1,99 interpreted tcount > ttable then Ho rejected Ho and accepted Ha. Based on the result of this research, it can be concluded that guided inquiry learning digital spring constant give positive influence to science generic skill student in SMAN 11 Semarang. Students' generic science skills were better after the implementation of guided inquiry learning assisted with teaching aids.
Lisa Puspitasari, Budi Astuti, Masturi Masturi
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 2, pp 69-82; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2020.2.2.4959

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This study aims to analyze the increase in students' activeness and conceptual understanding after the guided Project Based Learning (PjBL) model is applied. The research method used was a pre-experimental one group pretest-postest design. The research instruments included test and non-test instruments. The test instrument in this study was a reasoned multiple choice. The non-test instrument uses student activeness observation sheets. Students' activeness and conceptual understanding were analyzed using the N-Gain test. The significance of increasing students' activeness and understanding of concepts was analyzed using the Wilcoxon mathced pairs test. The results of the data analysis showed that the students' activeness and conceptual understanding of the Momentum, Impulse, and Collision material after being applied to guided PjBL experienced a low increase with N-Gain of 0.20 and 0.22. The results of the significance test of students' activeness and conceptual understanding were obtained values of 0.041 and 0.000 (<0.050). Based on the results of the analysis, it can be concluded that the implementation of the guided Project Based Learning model was able to significantly increase the activeness and understanding of students' concepts in the material Momentum, Impulse and Collision at Nurul Islami High School.
Hafidzi Nur Muhammad, Faizatun Nikmah, Nurul Umrotul Hidayah, Arghob Khofya Haqiqi
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 2, pp 123-130; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2020.2.2.6176

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Minyak goreng merupakan kebutuhan pokok bagi kehidupan manusia. Alternatif pengolahan minyak goreng bekas adalah melalui proses adsorbsi dengan arang aktif kayu leucaena leucocephala. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk memanfaatkan kayu leucaena leucocephala dan arang aktif dari kayu tersebut sebagai adsorben minyak goreng bekas pakai. Arang aktif dari kayu leucaena leucocephala dapat menurunkan kadar asam lemak bebas dan bilangan peroksida minyak goreng sebelum dan sesudah penggorengan secara berulang-ulang sehingga minyak jelantah dapat dipakai kembali. Untuk metode yang digunakan dalam penelitian yaitu metode eksperimen. Uji coba menggunakan arang aktif kayu leucaena leucocephala dengan minyak jelantah dan mencampurkannya. Komposisi pada arang aktif 75%, sedangkan pada minyak jelantah 25% dalam waktu satu setengah jam. Penelitian membuktikan bahwa arang aktif dapat memperbaiki kualitas minyak jelantah dengan menurunkan kadar asam lemak sehingga menjadikan warna dari minyak jelantah menjadi lebih jernih
Lilin Nazwa Khunaeni, Wenty Dwi Yuniarti, Muhammad Ardhi Khalif
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 2, pp 83-94; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2020.2.2.6144

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This research aims to determine the appropriateness of a physics module with Augmented Reality (AR) technology. This research is an R&D research consisting of the initial study stages, planning, development, product assessment, product revision and field trials. Data collection techniques used were observation and interviews during the preliminary study, and questionnaires for validation of material experts and media experts, validation of physics teachers, and student responses. Based on the data analysis, it was concluded that the quality of the physics module was very good with a percentage value of 95% from material experts, 86.67% from media experts and 90% from physics teachers. Student responses to the physics module obtained a percentage of 89% in the very good category. Based on the research results, the physics module with Augmented Reality (AR) technology developed is appropriate and can be used in physics learning.
H Bintang, E Darnah, Ngia Masta, Rinaldi Rinaldi, T Guswantoro, M Sianturi
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 2, pp 105-122; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2020.2.2.6208

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Student-centered learning (SCL) is a learning approach that not only encourages to how student constructs their conceptual knowledge, but also to achieve the involvement of their knowledge in daily activity, in forms procedural and metacognitive knowledge. Flipped classroom learning models marked by reversed learning activities syntax between class and home, which promoted student to active self-learning, before turn into face to face class meeting. Problem Based Learning (PBL) model provides students to apply their knowledge to formulate strategy and solution in facing their problem. Flipped classroom or PBL, both are student-centered learning models that triggers student to self-constructed knowledge actively and student’s curiosity to solve their problem. This paper attempts to analyze the influence of integration flipped classroom and PBL on conceptual, procedural, and metacognitive knowledge on Linear Motion subject. This research is a quasi experimental model with post-test only control design. The population in this study were all students of class X MIPA SMA Negeri 37 Jakarta in the 2019-2020 school year. The sample in this study were students of class X MIPA 1 as the experimental class and class X MIPA 2 as the control class. The sample was taken using cluster sampling technique. The results obtained showed that the percentage of conceptual, procedural and metacognitive knowledge of the experimental class was 88.9%; 77.8%; and 88.9% which is higher than the control class with the respective percentage 66.7%; 55.8%; and 75%. The integration of the flipped classroom and PBL models can be applied to materials other than Linear Motion to improve conceptual, procedural, and metacognitive knowledge.
Iqbal Sugita, Y R Liana, A F Lestari, Ani Rusilowati, Bambang Subali
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 2, pp 141-150; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2020.2.2.6095

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The aims of this study was to test the effectiveness of the Relating, Experiencing, Applying, Cooperating, Transferring (REACT) learning model in improving students' understanding of physics concepts. This research used Action Research with the research subjects of class X MIPA 4 SMA N 2 Batang. Data collection techniques using tests. The results of the research in cycle I showed the number of students who got a score of ≥ 60 was 4 students and cycle II was 14 students. These results indicate that the REACT learning model can improve students' understanding of physics concepts. The learning process that is carried out is always connected with events that occur in real life so that students understand the concept more deeply. The REACT learning model can be applied to other physics materials so that students are more actively involved in learning and improve students' understanding of physics concepts.
Effendi Effendi, Dwi Pantriani
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 2, pp 59-67; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2020.2.1.4906

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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of the application of Generative learning models on student learning outcomes in the Work and Simple Machine in MTs Nurussalam Sidogede grade VIII. The type of this research is a quantitative research. The population in this research were students of class VIII at MTS Nurussalam Sidogede consisting of 4 classes. Sampling in this study was randomly drawn. The experimental class uses the generative learning model, while the control class uses the conventional learning model. Data collection techniques using tests, and testing of hypotheses using t-test. Based on student learning outcomes obtained tcount = 3.09 which is more than ttable = 2.01; so it can be concluded that there are significant differences in learning outcomes between students with generative learning models and students with conventional learning models.
Millati Azka, Agus Sudarmanto, Hesti Khuzaimah Nurul Yusufiyah
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 2, pp 9-17; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2020.2.1.3948

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This study aims to examine the effect of experimental method on student learning motivation and student learning outcomes on rectilinear motion material in grade X at MAN Kendal. This is a quantitative research with a sample of 34 students of class X MIPA 4 as an experimental group and 32 students of class X MIPA 2 as a control group. Data collection techniques using test, questionare, observation, interview, and documentation. The experimental class is given learning using experimental methods and control classes using conventional methods. The hypothesis was tested using t test and simple linear regression. The results of hypothesis test show that learning motivation of the experimental class students is higher than the control class and learning outcomes of the experimental class are better than the control class. Based on the results of data analysis, it was concluded that there was a correlation between the experimental method of student motivation and learning outcomes.
Ellianawati Ellianawati, Siti Mufiatunnikmah, Natalia Erna Setyaningsih, Bambang Subali
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 2, pp 19-33; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2020.2.1.5038

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This study aims to determine the quality figures of 21st century-based multi-representation assessments on linear motion material. Type of this research is Research & Development (R&D). Data were analyzed using an assessment validity test by an expert and empirical assessment quality test to obtain quality figures in the form of validity, reliability, level of difficulty, and discrimination power. The results of the preliminary field testing analysis showed 58.33% items were declared valid and 41.67% items were declared invalid. Test items have very high reliability with a value of 0.877. The proportion of the level of difficulty is not ideal, that is equal to 58.33% of questions categorized as difficult and 41.67% of questions categorized as sufficient. The discrimination power of the questions is 8.34% of the questions in a good category, 22.22% are sufficient, 58.33% are bad, and 11.11% are very bad. The result of main field testing, 69.44% items were declared valid and 30.56% items were declared invalid. Test items have high reliability with a value of 0.879. The proportion of the level of difficulty obtained in the main field testing is also not ideal, which is 56% of the difficult category and 44% of the sufficient category. The discrimination power consist of 32% good, 40% were sufficient, and 28% were poor.
Asep Abdur Rais, Lukman Hakim, Sulistiawati Sulistiawati
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 2, pp 1-8; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2020.2.1.5074

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The purpose of this study is to understand students' concepts on indicators exemplifying the level of understanding of student concepts through guided inquiry. The population of this study was all grade XI students in one of the high schools in Palembang. This research is quantitative research. The results of understanding students' concepts can be seen from the results of the posttest of each class using t-test. Based on the results of the study showed there were differences between students in the experimental class and the control class. This can be seen from the t-test using SPSS 22 obtained significant results (2 –tailled of 0.00. These results indicate the guided inquiry model has an influence on understanding the concepts of physics.
Rusli Rusli, Elvira Azizah, Abdul Basid
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 2, pp 51-57; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2020.2.1.5040

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Research has been conducted aiming to determine the distribution of coal below the surface in Tulungagung Regency. The survey conducted in this study used a Wenner configuration resistivity geoelectric survey. Retrieval of geolithic resistivity data in the field of four trajectories. The results of data collection in the field oneach track are processed using 2D modeling in Res2dinv software. The results of the processing of the two-dimensional modeling are then interpreted. The structure of rock layers containing coal is shown by a yellow, red to dark purple scheme with a resistivity value of 75-350 ohm meters on the inside varying from 0 meters to 6.91 meters below the surface, spreading erratically and patching on each track.
Ahmad Minanur Rohim, Fianti Fianti, Upik Nurbaiti
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 2, pp 35-41; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2020.2.1.4883

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Technology that is increasingly developing produces equipments in the form of information, communication, production, transportation and entertainment facilities. Most of the equipments produce noises. Noise can be reduced by using acoustic dampers. This study aims to determine the potential for sound absorption from rice husks and straw as natural acoustic materials. Materials used include rice husks, rice straw, and resin. 12 cylindrical samples were made. Samples that have been made are tested using a sound absorption measuring instrument that is the impedance tube to measure the value of the sample sound absorption coefficient. The test results show the value of the sound absorption coefficient (α) can be influenced by the thickness. At a frequency of 500 Hz the value of the sound absorption coefficient (α) for each sample is 0.034dB; 0.030dB; 0.030dB; 0.027dB; 0.026dB; 0.027dB; 0.025dB; 0.025dB; 0.025dB; 0.024dB; 0.024dB; 0.023dB; 0.023dB. The sample material is good in research on materials 1 and 2 which have a sound absorption of 0.034 dB and 0.030 dB.
Samuel Gideon, Enda Rasilta Tarigan
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 2, pp 43-49; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2020.2.1.5058

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The most commonly used method for measuring the density of liquids is based on Archimedes' law. Lubricating oil generally has a defined density standard to show the quality of the oil. The purpose of this study is to determine oil density simply by applying Archimedes' law. This research was conducted in three steps. First, the measurement of the empty pycnometer. Second, the measurement of the pycnometer mass containing distilled water and oil. Third, measurement of copper mass in the medium of air, distilled water and oil. From the results of measurements and calculations, the obtained density of distilled water is (0.995 ± 3,582 x 10-4) gr/cm3 whose value is very close to the value of 1 gr/cm3 so that the distilled water used in this study is suitable as a reference/standard in finding volume copper; oil density is (0.868 ± 2.14 x 10-3) gr/cm3 whose value is very close to the value of oil density measured and calculated with a pycnometer of (0.875 ± 4.637 x 10-4) gr/cm3.
Erfin Nurfalah
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 1, pp 46-55; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2019.1.1.3977

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Belakangan ini era revolusi industri 4.0 menjadi perbincangan dunia. Kini dunia tengah menyaksikan perkembangan teknologi di segala sektor, sehingga perkembangan tersebut membawa hal positif bahkan di bidang pendidikan. Akan tetapi hal tersebut juga menjadi tantangan bagi pendidik, salah satunya kemampuan literasi teknologi yang harus dimiliki. Kompetensi abad 21 menuntut agar peserta didik terlibat langsung dalam proses pembelajaran yang memanfaatkan internet. Peserta didik bukan hanya sebatas mencari informasi, tetapi juga melaksanakan pembelajaran secara online. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah mendeskripsikan pembuatan e-learning berbasis virtual class dengan google classroom sebagai media pembelajaran fisika. Metode yang digunakan adalah studi pustaka. Fitur dasar google classroom terdiri atas topik, bahan ajar, pertanyaan, tugas kuis, dan tugas. Pengoptimalan fitur google classroom mempunyai dampak yang penting bagi pembelajaran di era revolusi industri 4.0, antara lain: (1) pembelajaran dilakukan secara online dengan memanfaatkan teknologi, (2) tidak terbatas oleh ruang dan waktu, (3) peserta didik terlibat langsung dalam proses pembelejaran yang memanfaatkan internet, (4) materi pembelajaran mudah diakses, (5) melatih keterampilan literasi data dan literasi teknologi. Google classroom merupakan layanan berbasis internet yang disediakan oleh Google dengan sistem e-learning sehingga dapat dijadikan media pembelajaran yang efisien, efektif serta interaktif untuk menunjang pembelajaran berbasis teknologi.
Etik Irawati, Wawan Kurniawan, Choirul Huda
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 1, pp 21-28; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2019.1.1.3932

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Keterbatasan alat peraga sederhana dalam pembelajaran fisika dan rendahnya pemahaman konsep mahasiswa membutuhkan penerapan keefektifan pembelajaran pada materi perpindahan kalor berbantuan alat peraga sederhana yang mudah dan murah dirancang oleh mahasiswa. Tujuan penelitian ini untuk mendeskripsikan keefektifan pembelajaran berbantuan alat peraga perpindahan kalor secara konduksi, konveksi, dan radiasi untuk mendukung pemahaman konsep mahasiswa. Penelitian ini menggunakan metode quasi eksperimen. Penelitian ini dilaksanakan di Universitas PGRI Semarang Jurusan S1 Pendidikan Matematika yang mengambil mata kuliah Fisika Dasar semester 2 tahun pelajaran 2018/2019. Sampel penelitian sebanyak 41 mahasiswa. Teknik pengumpulan data pada penelitian ini dilakukan dengan menggunakan tes dan angket. Teknik statistik menggunakan paired sample t-test. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa penggunaan alat peraga perpindahan kalor dalam pembelajaran efektif untuk mendukung pemahaman konsep mahasiswa. Pemahaman konsep meningkat setelah menggunakan alat peraga sederhana pada pembelajaran perpindahan kalor.
Lasma Br Hotang
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 1, pp 56-68; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2019.1.1.4009

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Hasil observasi awal dari penelitian ini adalah hasil wawancara pengetahuan yang diperoleh peserta didik dalam kelas hanya bertahan sesaat dalam kelas dan tidak mampu menghubungkan materi pelajaran dengan kehidupan nyata diperkuat juga dengan hasil ulangan yang rendah dimana hanya ada 7 orang (19,4%) yang tuntas dari 36 peserta didik dan ada 29 orang (80,5%) tidak tuntas. Prosedur penelitian tindakan kelas ini menggunakan 2 siklus dan akhir setiap siklus dilakukan ulangan harian untuk melihat peningkatan motivasi dan hasil belajar. Rata-rata ulangan harian pada siklus I adalah 65,11 kategorinya cukup, 14 peserta didik tuntas (38,88%) dan 22 peserta didik belum tuntas (61,11%) dan pada siklus II adalah 78,47 kategori baik 33 peserta didik tuntas (91,7%) dan 3 peserta didik belum tuntas (8,3%). Penerapan model pembelajaran discovery learning dapat meningkatkan motivasi dan hasil belajar fiska bagi peserta didik kelas XI IPA 3 SMAN 6 Pekanbaru.
Choirul Huda, Feny Febriana Damayanti, Duwi Nuvitalia
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 1, pp 1-10; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2019.1.1.3978

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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menguji kelayakan instrumen dan alat peraga tabung resonansi horisontal untuk menunjang keterampilan generik sains siswa. Instrumen yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini adalah lembar observasi dengan jumlah 10 aktivitas siswa yang diamati. Media pembelajaran yang digunakan adalah produk berupa alat peraga tabung resonansi horisontal dan pedoman penggunaan alat. Penelitian ini merupakan penelitian deskriptif kualitatif untuk menilai dan mengetahui kualitas instrumen serta alat peraga untuk menunjang keterampilan generik sains siswa. Instrumen dan alat peraga masing-masing divalidasi oleh dua ahli pendidikan fisika. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan: 1) rata-rata hasil validasi oleh kedua ahli berada pada kriteria sangat valid dengan persentase masing-masing sebesar 85,42% untuk lembar observasi, 91,67% untuk alat peraga tabung resonansi horisontal, dan 100% untuk pedoman penggunaan alat; 2) reliabilitas produk berada pada kriteria reliabel dengan persentase instrumen lembar observasi 88,23%, alat peraga tabung resonansi horisontal 97,06%, dan pedoman penggunaan alat 100%. Berdasarkan hasil penelitian, instrumen dan alat peraga tabung resonansi horisontal layak digunakan untuk menunjang keterampilan generik sains siswa dengan kriteria sangat valid dan reliabel.
Khotijah Khotijah, Arsini Arsini, Sheilla Rully Anggita
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 1, pp 37-45; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2019.1.1.3961

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This study aims to determine the feasibility and the effectiveness of using a video tracker application for practicum of physics 1 on momentum conservation. This is included in research and development type. Stages carried out in this study include: 1) define, is done by giving questionnaires and interviews, 2) design, includes media selection, format selection and produce the initial product design, 3) development, includes product development and material expert validation assessment, media experts and linguists and limited field testing. The validation test results obtained that the media is feasible to use with a percentage of 88% based on material experts with very good categories, 85% based on media experts with very good categories, and 78% based on linguists with good categories. The effectiveness of media is shown by high average value of the experimental class of 84,06 compared to the control class of 70,97. Student responses to the use of products are categorized very well with a percentage of 89%.
, Khumaedi Khumaedi, Sugiyanto Sugiyanto, F Setiaswan
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 1, pp 29-36; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2019.1.1.3927

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Telah dilakukan penelitian dengan menggunakan metode gayaberat untuk mengidentifikasi struktur bawah permukaan di Kawasan Kota Lama Semarang sebagai survei awal untuk keperluan mitigasi bencana. Pengolahan data gayaberat untuk mengidentifikasi struktur bawah permukaan dilakukan melalui beberapa tahapan. Tahap awal dilakukan dengan koreksi awal berupa koreksi pasang surut dan koreksi apungan, kemudian dilakukan koreksi lanjut hingga didapat kontur anomali Bouguer lengkap. Melalui anomali Bouguer lengkap dapat dipisahkan anomali gaya berat regional dan residual. Pemisahan anomali regional dari anomali Bouguer dalam penelitian ini menggunakan metode moving average (perata-rataan bergerak) sedangkan anomali residual didapatkan dengan cara mengurangkan anomali Bouguer dengan anomali regional. Pemisahan anomali regional dan residual penting untuk dilakukan pada penelitian identifikasi struktur bawah permukaan untuk menginterpretasikan struktur geologi dan mendapatkan target yang dicari. Nilai anomali regional di Kawasan Kota Lama Semarang antara 28.0 mGal – 28.4 mGal sedangkan untuk anomali residual memiliki antara 31.6 mGal – 32.8 mGal.
Lutfita Mukharovatun Azizah, Joko Budi Poernomo, Muhammad Izzatul Faqih
Physics Education Research Journal, Volume 1, pp 11-20; https://doi.org/10.21580/perj.2019.1.1.4006

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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menghasilkan modul pembelajaran berbasis guided inquiry pada materi alat-alat optik dan menguji efektivitasnya. Penelitian dan pengembangan (Reseach and Development) ini mengacu pada model Borg and Gall (1983) yang dimodifikasi. Teknik pengumpulan data yang digunakan adalah observasi, angket, tes dan dokumentasi. Hasil uji kelayakan menunjukkan bahwa modul pembelajaran fisika berbasis guided inquiry pada materi alat-alat optik layak digunakan dengan persentase skor kelayakan dari ahli materi sebesar 87,27% dan dari ahli media sebesar 91,67%. Hasil uji efektifitas menunjukkan bahwa modul yang dihasilkan efektif digunakan. Hal ini ditunjukkan dengan hasil perhitungan uji t terhadap data tes hasil belajar peserta didik. Hasil uji t diperoleh ttabel sebesar 2,048 dan thitung sebesar 6,433, sehingga thitung>ttabel yang artinya 𝐻0 ditolak dan 𝐻𝑎 diterima.
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