Momentum: Physics Education Journal

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ISSN / EISSN : 25489127 / 25489135
Current Publisher: University of Kanjuruhan Malang (10.21067)
Total articles ≅ 35
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Meiry Akmara Dhina, Ginayanti Hadisoebroto, Sugeng Rifqi Mubaroq
Momentum: Physics Education Journal pp 95-102; doi:10.21067/mpej.v3i2.3763

Abstract:This research develops learning methods through the development of teaching materials. In addition to this study developes an e-practicum module in one of the subjects in the pharmacy department, namely physics pharmacy. Today, the physics pharmacy practice uses printed module practice in the form of module books. This research intends to make innovation in practical learning. Current educational innovations that are developing in technological innovations, one of which is information technology. The use of information technology is very fast and sophisticated, currently technological computer-based has been developing with software applications that also continue to fulfil the world's needs. The development of this electronic technology can be utilized in educational innovations in practice methods. The printed module practice was developed into a web-based electronic practicum module. The method used in this research is the waterfall model which consists of the main stages of needs analysis, system and software design, system implementation and testing as well as a maintainance. The results of this study are a web-based module-practice named E-mulsi which can be accessed via e-mulsi.com. This application has been tested in one of the pharmacy physics classes and has received positive responses from users not only students but also lecturers because it is easier to use modules and preparation of technology-based reports.
Elif Ince
Momentum: Physics Education Journal pp 58-68; doi:10.21067/mpej.v3i2.3396

Abstract:Teaching problem solving is one of the most important topics of physics education while students have big troubles with physics problem solving. The aim of this research is to investigate the impact of extended problem-solving strategy instruction on the development of pre-service science teacher’s problem-solving, critical thinking, metacognitive awareness, and logical reasoning skills. Extended Problem-Solving Strategy has been developed for university physics courses by researcher. This strategy has importantance in terms of covering many previous strategies in physics education literature and including many new steps. The model of the research consisted of an experimental design with pre-test and post-test control groups. Pre-services randomly assigned to the experimental (N=30) and control groups (N=30). The results of the research indicate that the post scores of the experimental group students significantly higher than control group students after the implementations in terms of metacognitive awareness, critical thinking, problem solving and logical thinking skills.This research revealed the positive effects of the “Extended Problem-Solving Strategy” implementation in the physics course at the university level on the skills which are listed among the 21st Century skills and each of these skills affects the other skills positively
Rifati Dina Handayani, Pramudya Da Putra
Momentum: Physics Education Journal pp 69-77; doi:10.21067/mpej.v3i2.3739

Abstract:Education needs to emphasize more attention to environmental issues. The school is an active place to provide actual knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behavior towards environmental issues such as global warming dan the greenhouse effect. This study aimed to investigate seventh-grade students' cognition in the context of a climate system. This study was descriptive, involving the collection of qualitative data. These qualitative data were then analyzed for their content inductively to identify concepts and patterns of student responses. This study indicated that students believed that global warming caused by six factors involving the greenhouse effect, depletion of the ozone layer, fossil fuel usage, forest fires, use of chemicals, and industrial air pollution. Also, they convinced six segments of the global warming impacts: ocean, soil, air, plants and animals, humans, and weather and season changes. The student thought about the climate system was substantially linear, where the contribution of human activities caused global warming that finally have an impact on humans themselves.
Hestingtyas Yuli Pratiwi, Muhammad Nur Hudha, Mathilda Asri, Nur Jahan Ahmad
Momentum: Physics Education Journal pp 78-85; doi:10.21067/mpej.v3i2.2768

Abstract:The aim of the research is to find out the difference in science process skill and learning achievement between students who are taught using guided inquiry model integrated with peer instruction and conventional method in VII students in one of the junior high schools in Malang. The method used is quasy-experimental with only post-test group design. The sample was selected using purposive sampling technique, from the 10 population of VII grade students; the researchers selected two classes which were considered to have the same initial skill with total 32 students in each class to be the experimental class and the control class. Instruments used were the observation sheets to measure the science process skill and the test of multiple choices to measure the learning achievement. The researchers gained average score of 81 for science process skill in experimental class and 58 in control class, while the average score of 77.8 for learning achievement in experimental class and 71.3 in control class as the result of the data analysis. The hypothesis test used T-test, that was the independent sample T-test on Microsoft excel by looking up the score of Ttable on the rate of sig 0.05 for the science process skill and it gained Tcount > Ttable (18.846 > 1.669), while the learning process gained Tcount > Ttable (8.465 > 1.669). It was concluded that the guided inquiry model integrated with peer instruction can improve student’s science process skill and learning achievement compared to conventional method
Nindha Ayu Berlianti, Oktaffi Arinna Manasikana, Nur Hayati
Momentum: Physics Education Journal pp 86-94; doi:10.21067/mpej.v3i2.3395

Abstract:The rising of an environmental issue and the lack of the handling of garbage organizing give support to us to do the research by involving garbages as the main material in making simple visual aids of physics. Based on that condition, we try to make new innovations in stimulating the creativity developing of natural science education department students of UNHASY having done the lecturing of basic physics collaborated with environmental science. The purpose of the research is to be able to give insight through education program of 5R (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Replace, Respect) to students of natural science department of University of Hasyim Asy’ari and apply that knowledge in changing garbage to be simple visual aids of physics. The method used in this research is qualitative descriptive, whose data can be divided into 3 kinds: observation results (detail description of what has happened in the field), interview results ( direct citation from people’s statements in interview session) dan written material. The results of the data are, then analyzed by using observation sheets of creative thinking ability. The main research subjects are 29 students. Meanwhile, the research result is in the form of the average score of students’ creativity ability reaching 72.5% with high category.The rising of an environmental issue and the lack of the handling of garbage organizing give support to us to do the research by involving garbages as the main material in making simple visual aids of physics. Based on that condition, we try to make new innovations in stimulating the creativity developing of natural science education department students of UNHASY having done the lecturing of basic physics collaborated with environmental science. The purpose of the research is to be able to give insight through education program of 5R (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Replace, Respect) to students of natural science department of University of Hasyim Asy’ari and apply that knowledge in changing garbage to be simple visual aids of physics. The method used in this research is qualitative descriptive, whose data can be divided into 3 kinds: observation results (detail description of what has happened in the field), interview results ( direct citation from people’s statements in interview session) dan written material. The results of the data are, then analyzed by using observation sheets of creative thinking ability. The main research subjects are 29 students. Meanwhile, the research result is in the form of the average score of students’ creativity ability reaching 72.5% with high category.
Intan Febry Sulasiwi, Supriyono Koes Handayanto, Wartono Wartono
Momentum: Physics Education Journal pp 42-52; doi:10.21067/mpej.v3i1.3345

Abstract:Information, knowledge, and skills needs are never static, always changing and evolving. Thus, students are required to master the capability as a lifelong learners of self-directed learning skills (SDL). The purpose of this study is to describe the level of students' SDL skills, the factors that are related and affect the skills of SDL high school students majoring in MIPA. Descriptive research carried out refers to the steps of research Loeb et al. The research step is carried out only until the fifth stage, namely: (1) identifying a phenomenon; (2) consider features of the most prominent phenomena; (3) identifying the construction or preparing the research plan; (4) determine the observable patterns in the data; and (5) communicate patterns in the data describing the reality of phenomena. The results showed that the student's SDL skills were categorized with a tendency at moderate to upper levels. The lowest SDL student skill score was 53 out of a total score 220. Awareness factors, learning strategies, and evaluations are strongly correlated with SDL skills. While the factors of learning and interpersonal skills are highly correlated with the SDL skills. Outside learning factors such as grade, school, gender, and age levels have an effect of 4.3% on SDL skills. The results of this study can be used as a reference of teachers and researchers who need information about the student's SDL skills and related factors. Abstrak: Informasi, pengetahuan, dan kebutuhan terhadap keterampilan tidak pernah bersifat statis, selalu mengalami perubahan dan perkembangan.Dengan demikian, siswa dituntut untuk menguasai kapabilitas sebagai pembelajar seumur hidup yaitu keterampilanself-directed learning (SDL).Tujuan penelitian ini adalahmendeskripsikan tingkat keterampilan SDL siswa serta faktor-faktor yang berhubungan dan berpengaruh terhadap keterampilan SDL siswa SMA jurusan MIPA.Penelitian deskriptif yang dilaksanakan mengacu pada langkah-langkah penelitian Loeb dkk. Langkah penelitian hanya dilaksanakan hingga pada tahap lima, yaitu: (1) mengidentifikasi suatu fenomena; (2) mempertimbangkan fitur dari fenomena yang paling menonjol; (3) mengidentifikasi konstruksi atau menyusun perencanaan penelitian; (4) menentukan pola yang dapat diamati dalam data; dan (5) mengkomunikasikan pola dalam data yang menggambarkan realitas fenomena.Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa keterampilan SDL siswa tergolong beragam dengan kecenderungan pada tingkat moderat ke atas.Skor keterampilan SDL siswa terendah adalah 53 dari skor total 220. Faktor kesadaran, strategi belajar, dan evaluasi berkorelasi kuat dengan keterampilan SDL.Sedangkan faktor kegiatan belajar dan kemampuan interpersonal berkorelasi sangat kuat dengan keterampilan SDL.Faktor di luar belajar seperti tingkat kelas, sekolah, jenis kelamin, dan usia berpengaruh sebesar 4.3% terhadap keterampilan SDL.Hasil penelitian ini dapat digunakan sebagai referensi guru maupun peneliti yang membutuhkan informasi mengenai...
Rahmadhani Pratama, Wartono Wartono, Sentot Kusairi
Momentum: Physics Education Journal pp 1-12; doi:10.21067/mpej.v3i1.3142

Abstract:This research aims at identifying conceptual understanding and Physics scientific processing skill of students in IDEAL learning strategy with formative feedback and IDEAL learning only without formative feedback. It employed semi-experimental design using posttest only control group design. The sampling technique used random sampling. This research took two classes of XI graders of Natural Science classes from SMAN 2 Banjarmasin. The control class was taught by using IDEAL strategy only without formative feedback. While the experimental class was taught by using IDEAL strategy with formative feedback. There is a significant difference of conceptual understanding and Physics scientific processing skill of students between IDEAL strategy with formative feedback and IDEAL strategy without formative feedback. It further affirms that students’ conceptual understanding in the class taught by IDEAL strategy with formative feedback is higher than the other. As well, students’ scientific processing skill in the class taught by IDEAL strategy with formative feedback is higher than the other.
Haris Mahmudi, Muhardjito Muhardjito, Sentot Kusairi
Momentum: Physics Education Journal pp 13-20; doi:10.21067/mpej.v3i1.3174

Abstract:Problem solving learning is designed to develop students’ ability in solving scientific problem. The purpose of this study is to test the effectiveness of problem solving model on students’ learning outcomes and logical thinking ability. It employed a quasi-experiment with a 2x2 factorial design. The subject was Tenth graders of SMKN 6 Malang. Randomly, it determined two classes of control class and two classes of experimental class. The instrument of this research was logical thiniing test instrument and Physics learning outcome instrument. In addition, it used lesson plan on static fluid as an instrument. Normality and homogenity testing were employed before testing the formulated hypothesis. It employed Liliefors for normality testing and Bartlett for homogenity testing. To test the hypothesis, this research employed Two-ways of ANAVA and Scheffe testing. The results show that (1) Physics learning outcomes of students who learnt by means of problem-solving learning strategy is higher than students who learnt by means of conventional one. (2) It affirms the interaction between problem-solving learning strategy and logical thinking ability of students on Physics learning outcomes. (3) Physics learning outcomes of students who learnt by means of problem-solving learning strategy with high logical thinking ability is higher than students who learnt by means of conventional one. (4) Physics learning outcomes of students who learnt by means of problem-solving learning strategy with low logical thinking ability is higher than students who learnt by means of conventional one.
Wanda Indriana Puspita, Sutopo Sutopo, Lia Yuliati
Momentum: Physics Education Journal pp 53-57; doi:10.21067/mpej.v3i1.3346

Abstract:A good conceptual understanding can help students in solving a problem, because with good conceptual understanding can precisely know the appropriate concept to be used in solving a problem. Static fluid is one of the most complex and fundamental topics in physics learning. However, there are still misconceptions experienced by students regarding this material such as the buoyant force and pressure principle. Therefore, an evaluation of static fluid material for students who have followed this material learning beforehand, to know whether the concept has been precise and meaningful. The method used is qualitative descriptive in the form of qualitative analysis and quantitative analysis to see the percentage of conceptual understanding of 100 students in SMAN 1 Turen. Percentage conceptual understanding on fluid static material can be described as follows, as much as 33,2% student still wrong concept, 40% of student already understood concept and 26,8% student still did not give the reason. Abstrak: Penguasaan konsep yang baik dapat membantu siswa dalam memecahkan suatu permasalahan, karena dengan penguasaan konsep yang baik dapat secara tepat mengetahui konsep yang sesuai untuk digunakan dalam memecahkan suatu permasalahan. Fluida statis merupakan salah satu topik dalam pembelajaran fisika yang cukup kompleks dan mendasar. Namun masih saja terdapat miskonsepsi yang dialami oleh siswa mengenai materi ini misalnya tentang gaya apung dan prinsip tekanan. Maka dari itu diperlukan evaluasi mengenai materi fluida statis bagi siswa yang telah mengikuti pembelajaran materi ini sebelumnya, untuk mengetahui apakah konsep yang dimilikinya sudah tepat dan bermakna. Metode yang digunakan adalah deskriptif kualitatif berupa analisis kualitatif maupun analisis kuantitatif untuk melihat presentase penguasaan konsep 100 siswa di SMAN 1 Turen. Persentase penguasaan konsep siswa pada materi fluida statis dapat dijabarkan sebagai berikut, sebanyak 33,2% siswa masih salah konsep, 40% siswa sudah paham konsep dan 26,8% siswa masih tidak mengemukakan alasannya.
Drikben Eka Putra Nggadas, Ariswan Ariswan
Momentum: Physics Education Journal pp 21-31; doi:10.21067/mpej.v3i1.3343

Abstract:The study aimed to examine differences in the mastery of physics concepts between students are learning by ICT based-teaching and laboratory experiments based-teaching. The particular research was quasi-experiment with a pretest-posttest design with nonequivalent groups. The sample size was three classes selected from the population of students on class X of SMA N 4 Kupang. The data collection method used multiple choice questions tests. Data analysis used independent samples t-test using SPSS 16.0 for Windows. The results of data analysis using t-test at a significance level of 0.05 indicated that there was a difference in the average mastery of physics concepts between students are learning by ICT based-teaching and the laboratory experiments based-teaching. The mean score of the mastery of physics concept on students are learning by ICT based-teaching was higher than students are learning by laboratory experiments based-teaching.