JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika)

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ISSN / EISSN : 2477-5959 / 2477-8451
Published by: STKIP Singkawang (10.26737)
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Rizqi Prastowo, Hurien Helmi, Obrin Trianda, Rofiqul Umam
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 6, pp 234-242; https://doi.org/10.26737/jipf.v6i3.2072

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Landslides are a significant threat to the environment, infrastructure, and human activity, especially in mountainous and hilly areas. It is, therefore, important to accurately identify the social movements that trigger these processes. The resistivity method can investigate subsurface geological variations, including the potential for landslides. This research was conducted to investigate the subsurface structures in the Kalirejo Village area, Kokap District, Kulon Progo Regency, Yogyakarta regarding identifying the sliding location. This investigation includes five lines of tomographic geoelectric measurements. The results show that the slips surface is at a depth of about 5-10 m with a high resistivity value and the landslide material is weathered soil, and the slip surface is andesite. The resistivity of andesite in range 668-1600 Ωm. The landslide material's thickness is around 5-8 m with resistivity in the range 4,01-22.1 Ωm. Landslide material is water-saturated soil.
Al Hussein Flowers Rizqi, Oky Sugarbo
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 6, pp 216-227; https://doi.org/10.26737/jipf.v6i3.2086

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The presence of surface water is always being a primary issue in Gunung Kidul regency. An aquifer investigation would support groundwater exploration. The research area is located in Tambakromo village, Ponjong subdistrict, Gunung Kidul Regency, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta Province. The aim of this research is about geological and subsurface conditions based on geological data and geoelectrical resistivity methods. By resistivity value interpretation, the position, depth, and thickness of aquifer could be determined. The purpose of this research is to identification of geological conditions that supported being aquifer rock. The method in this research is used geological mapping combined with petrographic analysis. The geophysics method is used to identification of aquifer in research area. Three locations were selected to acquisition geoelectrical resistivity survey. In Grogol village, there is no aquifer based on resistivity values of more than 10000 ohmmeters (andesitic breccia). An akuifuge is interpreted there in andesitic breccia instead of the presence of aquifer. The tuffaceous is interpreted as lapillistone that contained the glass with resistivity value of 43.63 and 340.11 ohmmeters. The Garon and Sumberejo village have aquifer at depth of 50 to 80 meters with a thickness of 13 to 70 meters. The type of aquifer in both area is included an unconfined aquifer, specifically located in between the limestone rock layer and andesitic breccia. By regional stratigraphic correlation, tuffaceous lapillistone is interpreted as derived from Semilir Formation. In addition, the presence of aquifer in research area could recommend for local people and government to reduce the drought disaster.
Rizki Zakwandi, Ariswan Ariswan, Syifa Nurfalah, Tiana Azmi Alawiyah, Widiya Amanda, Ea Cahya Septia Mahen, Ade Yeti Nuryantini
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 6, pp 198-207; https://doi.org/10.26737/jipf.v6i3.1996

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Free fall motion in air medium is only influenced by gravitation acceleration. However, there are several variables that caused the observations to be different with the concept. Variables, such as air drag and terminal velocity, are often teachers not presented in detail, causing misconceptions. This study aims to develop a simple experiment on free fall motion by identifying air drag and terminal velocity. The data in this study is the video of free fall motion of paper and scraper analyzed using Tracker video analyze. From the video analyzed, information is obtained in the form of time (t), track (l, θ), and velocity (v) of the object. This study shows that the air drag force increase unto the terminal velocity. The calculation of the drag coefficient giving the number of the paper 2,16 and the scraper 2,10. According to data analyzed, the air drag force is affected by the mass (m), area (A), and the air drag force (FD) with the linear correlation until it reaches the terminal velocity. The result of this study may use as references of free fall motion experiment with other objects and analyze.
, Sumarli Sumarli, Suryati Suryati
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 6, pp 277-288; https://doi.org/10.26737/jipf.v6i3.2659

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Physics learning about sound frequency will be more effective if equipped with practicum activities. This practicum activity can be done by linking it with a cultural because cultural values have the potential to be implemented in physics learning, such as musical instruments for sound frequency. As for the culture used in this research is the Guzheng. This research aims to analyzed of the Guzheng sound frequency, the comparison of the sound frequency to the prime tones, and the comparison of the sound frequency to the octave tones. The research type that was used is based on laboratory experiment with the aids of Advanced Spectrum Analyzer Pro application which is already installed in the smartphone to measure the sound frequency of 21 strings of Guzheng. The result of the analyzed showed that the longer of string so the sound frequency produced is the lower. As for of simple linear regression test showed that the sound frequency is linearly distributed to the prime tones and to the octave tones. The result of research can be applied in physics learning by conducting practicum activities and utilizing technology by the Advanced Spectrum Analyzer Pro application to measure the sound frequency both on musical instruments and on other objects that can make a sound.
Ellianawati Ellianawati, Eresa Putri Meilanie, Bambang Subali
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 6, pp 263-276; https://doi.org/10.26737/jipf.v6i3.2229

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There have been many assessment instruments developed to measure student science literacy. However, literacy measurement instruments that pay attention to various intelligences and are reflected in the context of multiple representations have not been developed much. On the other hand, it is important to give every student the opportunity to succeed at his intelligence level. This study aims to determine the feasibility of a multi-representation based scientific literacy assessment instrument for high school physics on rectilinear motion concept as well as to describe students' scientific literacy skills and the mastery pattern of the rectilinear motion concept measured by the instrument developed. This research is a Research & Development (R&D) research. The test subjects were 262 high school students who had studied rectilinear motion concept in public high schools with A-accreditation. Data analysis conducted were validity test of instruments by experts; empirical test to obtain validity, reliability, difficulty level, and item difference; student responses to test offerings; profile of scientific literacy skills; and the pattern of mastery of the rectilinear motion concept. From the measurement results, it is evident that the profile of the average scientific literacy ability of high school students is still in the unsatisfactory category. The pattern of mastery of the concept of straight motion based on the modes of representation ranging from the most difficult to the easier ones is graphical, pictorial, verbal, and mathematical representations. This data could indicate that learning by practicing literacy skills still can be improved.
Cut Eka Para Samya, Muhibbuddin Muhibbuddin, Suhrawardi Ilyas
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 6, pp 228-233; https://doi.org/10.26737/jipf.v6i3.2213

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This research aims to understand the differences of critical thinking skill in learning physics using predict observe explain (POE). It was experimental research with pretest posttest control group. It was conducted in class XI IPA of SMAN 3 Banda Aceh on the topic of thermodynamic law. This research used two parallel classes, which is the first class stands for control and another is used as experiment. Conventional model is applied in control class, whereas class of experiment had predict observe explain model. Instrument of this research was objective test with five multiple choice. Then, data were collected through pretest and posttest. Data analysis is carried out by comparing initial and final skills of students and then tested for significance using two different means through independent simple t-test. The results showed that there were differences in critical thinking skills between students using POE model and students using non-POE model. Therefore, it can be concluded that application of learning model predict observe explain in improving students critical thinking skills.
Nadia Nadia, Mastuang Mastuang, Misbah Misbah, Mohd Ali Ibrahim
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 6, pp 185-197; https://doi.org/10.26737/jipf.v6i3.2031

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The unavailability of learner autonomy-oriented physics teaching materials which are capable of enhancing students’ science process skills (SPS) of students is becoming a hindrance in one of the public high schools in Banjarmasin, as well as the lack of SPS in students. Thus, this study was carried out with the aim to produce learning materials oriented on learner autonomy orientation to enhance students’ SPS properly. This was based on the validity, practicality, and effectiveness of the developed teaching materials in terms of learning outcomes in the students’ cognitive and psychomotor domains. This research utilized research and development method with the use of the ADDIE development model (Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, Evaluate). The trial subjects in this study consisted of 34 students of Grade X in one of the public high schools in Banjarmasin. The data were obtained through validation sheets, lesson plan implementation sheets, SPS observation sheets, and learning outcomes tests (LOT). The results indicated that the teaching materials developed were: 1) valid, based on the results of the validator's assessments with the average score of 3.35, categorized in the “valid” category; 2) practical, based on the implementation of lesson plan with the average score of 3.66 in the very good category; 3) effective, seen from the gain score obtained of 0.67 in the “medium” category; 4) SPS achievement of 72.17 in the “good” category. It is then concluded that the learner autonomy-oriented learning materials are feasible to be implemented in classroom activities.
Miftahul Jannah Fitri, Silvi Trisna, Iing Rika Yanti
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 6, pp 254-262; https://doi.org/10.26737/jipf.v6i3.2131

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This study aims to produce a learning device in the form of a physics module based on SETS that is valid and practical to improve students' conceptual understanding. The type used in this research is Research and Development (R&D). Subjects of this study were teacher and students of class XI MIA 1 with a total of 31 subjects. The research procedure is the 4-D model, namely define, design, develop, and disseminate. Due to time and cost limitations, this research is limited to the develop stage. The research instrument used was a validity questionnaire, practicality, and a description of the conceptual understanding. Furthermore, data obtained were analyzed to see the validity and practicality of the module as well as an assessment of students' conceptual understanding of dynamic fluid material. The level of understanding of students' concepts is seen from the aspects of interpretation, exemplifying, explaining, and comparing. The results showed that the physics module based on the SETS developed was categorized as very valid with an average of 82.16 and in the very practical category with a percentage of 84.29. Then for understanding the concept of students obtained a score of 94.67 in the interpretation aspect, 86.98 in the exemplary aspect, then 81.10 and 86.61 respectively for the aspects of explaining and comparing. Learning using a physics module based on SETS is very good to be applied in order to improve students' conceptual understanding of dynamic fluid material. This was proven by the increase in students' understanding of concepts in every physics learning meeting on dynamic fluid material.
Wahyu Hidayatulloh, Heru Kuswanto, Purwoko Haryadi Santoso, Eko Susilowati, Zul Hidayatullah
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 6, pp 243-253; https://doi.org/10.26737/jipf.v6i3.2157

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Remote learning has reformed the normal tradition of physics instruction in the existence of COVID-19 pandemic. The previous documentation of student’s misconception is mostly discovered in the normal condition of physics instruction. Regarding to the pandemic outbreak is necessary since distance learning routines have absolutely influence the physics education outcomes all over the world. To explore the issues, this quantitative study has descriptively identified students' misconception on projectile motion in the frame of graphic and figural representations. The six items of Busyairi and Zuhdi’s three tier test were administered to the 76 students in a Javanese public high school, Indonesia. Overall, the Arslan, Cigdemolu, & Moseley’s categorical framework classified that the whole participants still congregate in the misconception’s groups on projectile motion. The lack of students’ representation on projectile motion might be magnified by the pandemic restrictions in providing appropriate visualization on projectile concept. Finally, the author suggested that the alternative of online learning during the outbreak have not yet been effectively engaged to promote the physics representation on projectile motion.
Dewi Fairuz Zulaikha, Pujianto Pujianto, Yusman Wiyatmo
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 6, pp 208-215; https://doi.org/10.26737/jipf.v6i3.2103

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This research aims to describe students learning activities through the implementation of students worksheets based on POE. This study was descriptive qualitative research. The research was conducted in one of the Islamic Senior High School in Bantul, Yogyakarta on Circular Motion material. The research subject was determined through random sampling. The number of subjects in this research consisted of 26 students in the first year. Data were collected using an observation sheet in 3 meetings observed by two persons and the interview. The results of the analysis obtained are expressed in terms of percentages and then interpreted in the form of scientific narratives. Data analysis results show that the students’ worksheet based on POE can be used to enhance students’ learning activities, especially in visual activities, oral activities, writing activities, motor activities, and mental activities with the most dominant activities is writing activities, and the weakest one is oral activities. Students feel that using students’ worksheets based on predict-observe-explain makes them involved directly in the demonstration or the practicum, can create their curiosity, make they even more seriously in the study, increase the interest in studying physics and help each other with their friends. But, the students’ confidence and speaking ability must be the concern, so students are not reluctant to share their idea in front of the class.
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