Science and Physics Education Journal (SPEJ)

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ISSN / EISSN : 26140195 / 25982567
Current Publisher: IPM2KPE (10.31539)
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Yusra Defawati
Science and Physics Education Journal (SPEJ), Volume 2, pp 61-65; doi:10.31539/spej.v2i2.639

Abstract:The aim is to motivate students in learning the photoelectric effect, the method used in this study is inquiry learning with the result that students can more easily understand the working principle of solar cells / solar panels so that learning is more edible and students understand it more easily. For students learning with this solar panel kit can add knowledge horizons and apply them, and give birth to new innovations. For teachers to be able to create a fun and meaningful learning atmosphere by further increasing creativity and innovation in learning. Schools as a means for teachers and students to interact can support and support, so that the learning process produces output that is valuable and characterized, and creative. Keywords: Solar cell / solar panel kit, learning media, microscopy, NPN transitor
Effendi Effendi, Melvi Sugiarti, Wahid Gunarto
Science and Physics Education Journal (SPEJ), Volume 2, pp 42-51; doi:10.31539/spej.v2i2.643

Abstract:The purpose of this study is to find out whether there are significant differences in learning outcomes between students whose learning uses PBL learning models with PjBL learning models in the Vibration and Wave material in Class VIII Belitang Madang Raya 3 Middle School Learning Year 2017/2018. The type of research used in this study is quantitative research methods. The population in this study were class VIII students in the Belitang State Junior High School 3 in Madang Raya consisting of 6 classes. The sampling technique in this study was carried out in a random manner through drawing existing classes. Data collection techniques to find out the learning outcomes of students using tests, and testing hypotheses using the z-test. Based on student learning outcomes after the test is obtained the average value of the experimental class I is 81.88 and the average value of the experimental class II is 73.2. There are significant differences in learning outcomes between students whose learning uses the PBL learning model with the PjBL learning model in the material of Vibration and Waves in Class VIII of the State Middle School 3 Belitang Madang Raya Learning Year 2017/2018. This can be seen from the value of Zhit = 39.3 not located between -1.96 and 1.96, so that H0 is rejected and Ha is accepted. Keywords: Problem Based Learning, Project Based Learning, Student Learning Outcomes.
Junaidi Junaidi, Tri Ariani, Wahyu Arini
Science and Physics Education Journal (SPEJ), Volume 2, pp 72-81; doi:10.31539/spej.v2i2.726

Abstract:The purpose of this study was to see how the effect of the word square learning model on student physics learning outcomes. The population in this study were all Grade VII students of SMPIT AN-NIDA 'Lubuklinggau, which numbered 52 people. Therefore, researchers trying to use this type of research are experiments using Pretest-Posttest Control Group Design. Data collection techniques used were essay-shaped test techniques as many as 5 questions. The final test score data were analyzed using the z-test. Based on the results of data analysis zcount = 2.44 and ztabel = 1.68 because zcount> ztable, then the conclusions obtained are the effect of Word Square learning model on student learning outcomes. Keywords: Word Square, Physics Learning Outcomes.
Dase Nasrudin Syah, Ahmad Amin, Ovilia Putri Utami Gumay
Science and Physics Education Journal (SPEJ), Volume 2, pp 66-71; doi:10.31539/spej.v2i2.724

Abstract:The purpose of this study was to learn that the relationship between learning motivation towards integrated science learning achievement of class VIII students. The research method used is document research. The population is all Class VIII Students Mazro'illahLubuklinggau are 61 students and the only sample of one class to be randomized is Class VIII. Tecnicquecollecution is the questioner. The data collection technique of this study used a questionnaire or questionnaire and documentation method. The correlation between the second variable (rxy) is 01,5203 (valid conversion coefficient). The question posed is motivation with learners is a = 31.65 and b = 0.77, so the regression is Y = 31.65 + 0, 77X. B value is positive, is positive learning motivation because of student results. The resulting linearity is 6.91 and the distribution is α = 0.05. Statistical value = 7.029> t table 2.05. Significance (α = 0.05) and degrees of freedom are (n-2), so that the hypothesis can be used t count> t table (7.029> 2.05). Saint Complienced's results were 53.4% ​​and the residue was 46.6% from the others. Try learning to learn significantly with Saint Complect MTs Mazro'illah Lubuklinggau in 2016/2017. Keyword: Motivation, Lean Result
Leo Charli, Tri Ariani, Lusi Asmara
Science and Physics Education Journal (SPEJ), Volume 2, pp 52-60; doi:10.31539/spej.v2i2.727

Abstract:The purpose of this study was to find out the relationship between learning interest in learning achievement in physics of class XI students at Karang Jaya Public High School 2017/2018 Academic Year. The research method used is correlation research. The population is all class students of Karang Jaya High School 2017/2018 Academic Year totaling 103 people and as a sample 1 class is taken, namely the XIA class totaling 26 people. Data collection techniques were carried out by questionnaire technique. The magnitude of the correlation between the two variables tested (rxy) is 0.50 (medium correlation coefficient). The regression equation is Y = 42 + 0.51X. the value of b which is positive, means that interest in learning has a positive effect on student learning achievement. The results of the calculation of linearity test Fcount = 8.11 while from the F distribution table at the significance level α = 0.05 where db re g (b 1a) 1 and db res = 26 this means there is a linear relationship of learning interest with student achievement in physics learning. The results of this study indicate that there is a significant relationship between interest in learning with physics learning achievement of students of Class XI Karang Jaya Public High School 2017/2018 Academic Year. It is expected that students always train themselves to dare to appear in expressing their opinions in public places. Keywords: interest, learning achievement
Aantri Heriyanti, Ovilia Putri Utami Gumay
Science and Physics Education Journal (SPEJ), Volume 2, pp 30-35; doi:10.31539/spej.v2i1.254

Abstract:This study aims to determine the completeness of physics learning outcomes class VIII SMP Ar-Risalah Lubuklinggau academic year 2017/2018 after applied Direct Instruction model. The type of research is quasi-experimental research, with the design used is one group pretest and posttest design. The population in this study is all students of class VIII SMP Ar-Risalah Lubuklinggau academic year 2017/2018. The sample of the study consisted of one class taken at random by drawing the class VIII.B. Technique of data collecting using technique of test. Student test score data were analyzed using t-test. Based on the results of the analysis of the final test data obtained t count = 2.84 greater than ttable = 1.703 with the average score of the final test of students amounted to 73.89 and the percentage of complete students reached 82.14%. So it can be concluded that the results of physics learning class VIII SMP Ar-Risalah Lubuklinggau academic year 2017/2018 after the implementation of Direct Instruction model significantly completed. Keywords: Direct Instruction Model, Learning Outcomes, Physics.
Ovilia Putri Utami Gumay, Nindya Heidi, Ahmad Amin
Science and Physics Education Journal (SPEJ), Volume 2, pp 36-41; doi:10.31539/spej.v2i1.465

Abstract:This study aims to determine the completeness of learning outcomes and student learning activities on learning physics with Quantum Teaching learning model. The method used is experiment. The population to be used in this research is all students of class X computer network technique. Class X computer network technique 1 as a sample in this study. Data collection techniques used are test and observation techniques. Data were analyzed using t-test. based on result of t-test analysis obtained tcount> ttable = (4,206>1,6973) which means Ha accepted. So it can be concluded that the Use of Learning Model Quantum Teaching effective against Physics Learning Outcomes Students class X vocational high school state 3 Lubuklinggau Lesson year 2017/2018. Student learning activity in good category. Keywords: Student learning activities, Physics Learning Outcomes, Quantum Teaching
Endang Lovisia
Science and Physics Education Journal (SPEJ), Volume 2, pp 1-10; doi:10.31539/spej.v2i1.333

Abstract:The research aims at finding out the significance influence of guided inquiry on students physic achievement. It was an experiment research by group comparison. The population was all of the tenth grade students of SMA Negeri 6 Lubuklinggau. The samples was collected by cluster random sampling with grade X1 as experiment class treated with guided inquiry and X2 as control class treated with lecturing method. Technique for collecting data was through test analysis. Based on the posttest result with level of confidence 5% it was find out that t obtained = 2,61 and ttabel = 2,02 because t obtained > ttabel. Therefore, it can be concluded that there was a significant effect of guided inquiry model on Student physic achievement at the tenth grade of SMAN 6 Lubuklinggau. Keywords : Physic, Students' achievement, Guided Inquiry
Wulan Muji Lestari, Tri Ariani, Ovilia Putri Utami Gumay
Science and Physics Education Journal (SPEJ), Volume 2, pp 18-29; doi:10.31539/spej.v2i1.435

Abstract:The aim of the study was to develop physic teaching book with scientific approach based on light waves material for the eleventh grade students at SMA Negeri 5 Lubuklinggau. It was a research and development study. The subject in the study was all of the eleventh grade students of science class and the subject was the large group of students at XI IPA 2 at SMA Negeri 5 Lubuklinggau consist of 34 students which was collected through simple random sampling. The data collection was executed from interview, questionnaire, and test. By the validation, it was found that the result was in 'good' category with percentage 76,58%. Students response on the teaching book with scientific approach based was 83,35%. Furthermore, by the daily examination results, 82% students got the average scores above 70 out of 10 questions. The score of ttable with degree of freedom n-1 = 34 ─ 1 = 33 and α = 0,05 tobtained = 6,53 and ttable = 1,692 because tobtained ≥ ttable so that Ha was accepted. In conclusion, the teaching book with scientific approach based which was developed has been valid, practical and effective. Keywords: Teaching Book, Scientific Approach, Reseach and Development
Ahmad Amin, Leo Charli, Wenda Nov Fita
Science and Physics Education Journal (SPEJ), Volume 2, pp 11-17; doi:10.31539/spej.v2i1.424

Abstract:The research aims at finding out the correlation between Jigsaw method and conventional on students learning achievement at SMP Negeri 12 Lubuklinggau. It was a quantitative research with experiment method. The population was all of the eighth grade students of SMP Negeri 12 Lubuklinggau with 156 students. The samples were the two classes which were collected by simple random sampling technique. The data collection technique was conducted through tests in the form of essay with six items and the questionnaires of learning independence. The data analysis was conducted through t test. Based on the result of posttest. Both in experiment and control class with significance level 0,05, it was found out that t obtained = 1,93 and ttable = 1,658 because t obtained > t table. It can be concluded that physic learning achievement with Jigsaw method was higher than conventional method. Keywords: Jigsaw, Learning Independence, Learning Outcomes