JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika)

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ISSN / EISSN : 2477-5959 / 2477-8451
Current Publisher: STKIP Singkawang (10.26737)
Total articles ≅ 98
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Nur Khoiri, Choirul Huda, Joko Saefan, Wawan Kurniawan
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 6, pp 39-44; doi:10.26737/jipf.v6i1.1907

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The study aimed to develop the Current Stick teaching aids and determine its effectiveness to improve students’ generic skills. The type of research is development research which involved 180 students of class X SMAN in Blora were chosen through cluster random sampling. The instrument used to collect the data was a validated question sheet from the assessment of students’ practicum report in using Current Stick teaching aids and the observation sheet. The instruments were addressed to students from the control class and experimental class. The obtained data were tabulated and analyzed by using t-test. The result shows that the experimental class achieved an average percentage of generic science skills of 77.2%, while the control class reached 66.4%. It reveals that the difference in the percentage of generic science skills is the result of using Current Stick teaching aids. Based on the results and discussion, it was found that the development of Current Stick teaching aid is effective to improve students' Generic Science skills.
Zul Hidayatullah, Insih Wilujeng, Nurhasanah Nurhasanah, Theofilus Gratiamus Gusemanto, Muh. Makhrus
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 6, pp 88-97; doi:10.26737/jipf.v6i1.1889

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The development of life in the 21st century requires a variety of skills that one must master. Physics learning in schools has a central role in providing 21st-century skills to students. Physics learning is an integrated field that facilitates 21st-century skills and much research is being done in this field. The purpose of this research is to provide a review or general overview related to 21st-century skills-based physics learning research (Communication, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, and Problem Solving, and Creativity and Innovation) in Indonesia. This type of research is a literature study. The articles analyzed are articles published in Sinta-accredited national journals with publication years ranging from 2015-2020 and Scopus indexed international journals, as well as journal research fields focusing on evaluation and learning physics. The number of articles analyzed was 300 articles from national and international journals. From 2015 to 2020, critical thinking skills were the most researched topic with a percentage of 12% and 27% of researchers did not mention the physics topic studied in their research. A lot of learning research, especially physics learning, focuses on a quantitative approach in solving problems in the field of physics education in this case related to 21st-century skills. Most of the 4C skills-based physics learning research uses a relatively small sample of under 100 samples with the majority of the research locations being found mostly focused on Bali-Nusra and Java. The research subjects most frequently researched regarding 21st-century skills are high school level (SMA/SMK/MA).
Aina Jacob Kola
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 6, pp 10-22; doi:10.26737/jipf.v6i1.1876

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The research is a pretest-posttest experimental design that integrated peer instruction into the dialogical argumentative instruction to investigate the authentic learning experience among College students. The participants were pre-service physics students of a College of Education in Nigeria. The mixed-method approach was adopted to obtain data for the study. The research instruments were Electromagnetism Physics Test (EPT) and Semi-structured interviews. The ANOVA and thematic coding were used to analyse the data obtained. The outcome of the research shows that students' authentic learning was enhanced with the integration of PI into the dialogical argumentation instruction. It also shows that the gender difference in academic performance was not significant. The study makes some recommendations; one of them is further studies on PIDAM because this is the first study on PIDAM in a College.
Itsna Yunida Al Husna, Mohammad Masykuri, Muzzazinah Muzzazinah
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 6, pp 66-75; doi:10.26737/jipf.v6i1.1840

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This research was a research and development (R&D) that produced products in the form of learning modules. The purpose of this research are to find out: (1) The characteristics of the material classification and its changes instructional module; (2) The feasibility of the material classification and its changes instructional module; (3) The instructional module effectiveness in increasing critical thinking skills. The procedure of this research are: (1) preliminary research & information gathering; (2) planning (3) initial product development; (4) initial field trial; (5) major product revisions; (6) main field test; (7) operational product revisions; (8) operational field test;(9) final product revision. The results of research and development show: (1) the characteristics of the instructional module as learning objects in accordance with the inquiry-interactive demonstration learning on the classification material and its changes; (2) instructional module eligibility based on experts assessment, education practitioners, and students produces 81.74% achievement with very good qualifications; (3) module as learning objects resulting from the development are effective in improving students' critical thinking skills with an N-Gain score of 0.561.
Qisthi Fariyani, Hamdan Hadi Kusuma
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 6, pp 76-87; doi:10.26737/jipf.v6i1.1886

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Higher-order thinking skills are essential skills for a pre-service teacher to have. This study aims to develop the instrument and measure the higher-order thinking skills pre-service physics teacher UIN Walisongo Semarang with science literacy-based learning using the High Order Thinking Skills instrument. The data collection method used was a test, consisting of 20 selected questions with open reasons; structured interviews with lecturers and pre-service physics teachers; and documentation to collect pre-service physics teachers’ data required for research. The test instrument developed by reacherchers and validated by expert in the field of evaluation and physics. The instrument developed was in the form of questions grids, test questions, answer keys, scoring and assessment guidelines, and guidelines for the interpretation of high order thinking skills. The results of product development obtained 14 test items representing four indicators on Simple Harmonic Motion material. The results showed that the higher-order thinking skills of pre-service physics teachers were in the poor category, with an average percentage of 39%. The highest thinking skills are in the indicators determining the period and frequency of vibrations in simple harmonic motion that is in the good category with a percentage of 60.8%. The lowest thinking skills are on the indicator of analyzing energy in simple harmonic moving objects, which are in the inferior category with a percentage of 12.8%. The results of the research show that the higher-order thinking skills of pre-service physics teachers are still low, so that lecturers need to follow up to improve higher-order thinking skills of pre-service physics teachers UIN Walisongo Semarang.
Muhardi Muhardi, Risko Risko, Heni Susiati
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 6, pp 45-52; doi:10.26737/jipf.v6i1.1918

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The waters of Kura-Kura Beach have quite a lot of human activities, one of which is tourism. The study aims to observe Hydro-Oceanographic parameters such as tidal conditions, ocean currents, and waves. The study uses field observation data and simulation results. The data is calculated to find Formzhal number based on the amplitude of tidal harmonic constants. The Flow analysis to determine the pattern and velocity of the current. The height and period of the wave to analyze characteristics of the wave. The results show that the tide in Kura-Kura Beach waters is a daily mix of a double with the highest tide at MSL and a minimum tide of 0.43 below MSL. While the current velocity obtained from the yield model has a range of (0.003 - 0.11) m/s, and the measurement results are between (0.005 - 0.14) m/s. The simulation results show that the current moves from land to sea at low tide, and it moves from sea to land at toward the tide. For the height of the ocean waves that are formed in a period of 10 years (2009 - 2019) ranges from (0.09 - 154) m and the wave period (1.86 - 5.73) seconds. Based on the calculation results, the largest wave energy occurs in the second intermediate period, namely 184.21 Joules/m with height and wave periods of 1.21 m and 4.39 seconds. In contrast, the smallest wave energy occurs in the first intermediate period with minimum wave height and period 0.18 m and 3.08 seconds. In general, based on the simulation of the current velocity model, the forecasting of wave height and wave energy in Kura-Kura Beach waters is still relatively small. So, it can be concluded that the location is still categorized as safe for coastal tourism and other activities.
Fathiah Alatas, Nur Afriyati Yakin
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 6, pp 1-9; doi:10.26737/jipf.v6i1.1829

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Problem solving is one of the abilities that must be mastered in the 21st century, lack of mastery of students’ concepts in work and energy material has an impact on students' problem solving abilities. This research aims to measure students' problem solving skill on work and energy material. The research was used quasi-experiment with the design of a nonequivalent control group design. The subject of the research consist of 70 students at the 10th grade of one of high school in Kabupaten Tangerang with technique was used purposive sampling. The research used 10 essay questions as test instrument problem solving skill with 5 indicators of problem solving skill, namely visualize the problem, describe the problem in physics description, plan the solution, execute the plan and check and evaluate. The research result shows that is a effect of STEM learning on student’s problem solving skill proven by student’s problem solving skill of the experimental group increased higher (N-Gain 0.71 high category) compares to the control group (N-Gain 0,38 middle category).
Febri Yanto, Festiyed Festiyed, Enjoni Enjoni
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 6, pp 53-65; doi:10.26737/jipf.v6i1.1870

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The role of creativity in learning is more associated with problem-solving activities, meaning that creativity is measured through the ability of students to approach and solve problems. However, the PBL model has not been implemented optimally by the teacher, so that the problem solving ability and learning achievement of students have not been optimally stimulated. This research study is proposed to develop a model of Problem-Based Learning to stimulate the improvement of the skill of problem solving in physics learning for students of Senior High School. The development of Problem-Based Learning model for physics learning applied the ADDIE model. The form of observation sheets, questionnaires and question sheets were used as the instrument of data collection. The product was validated by the experts and tested on the eleventh grade students of SMA 9 Padang with a value of 3.85 very valid categories.The practicality of the learning model was determined by the implementation of learning, teacher’s response and students’ response with a value of 3.73 with category done. The effectiveness of the learning model was determined by student activities, problem solving skills and knowledge aspect. show that Asymp.C. 001 <0.05 means that Ho is rejected. The research has found a Problem-Based Learning model for physics learning which is abbreviated with the problem based learning model to physics learning (PBL-PL) . The findings indicated that the Problem-Based Learning model can stimulate the improvement of students' problem solving skills for Physics learning in Senior High School. For this reason, it is recommended for the teachers and prospective teachers to apply the Problem-Based Learning model for Physics learning in Senior High School.
Tanti Tanti, Dwi Agus Kurniawan, Weni Sukarni, Erika Erika, Roro Hoyi
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 6, pp 30-38; doi:10.26737/jipf.v6i1.1787

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In essence, the orientation of the 2013 curriculum is an increase and balance between attitudes, skills, and cognitive competencies. However, the current learning process is generally teacher-centered. so that through the use of a learning model that is following the 2013 curriculum it is expected to be able to make the learning process student-centered. This research was conducted at SMA Negeri 8 Muaro Jambi on students of class X IPA 3 which aims to determine student responses when given a Problem-Based Learning model during the physics learning process. This research uses a mixed-method with an explanatory sequential design that combines quantitative and qualitative research systematically. Quantitative data in the form of a questionnaire student responses to problem-based learning model consisting of 20 statements and qualitative data in the form of interviews with students. Based on the results of the study it was found that the level of student response to the learning model was categorized quite well with a percentage of 56.5%. Based on the results of the study, it was found that the use of problem-based learning models in learning physics can increase student activity and improve student skills. This can be proven by seeing the students' responses in quite a good category. Through problem-based learning model students also feel responsible for formulating, analyzing, and solving problems. So that learning physics is more meaningful for students.
, Ahmad Khanif, Ade Tegar Saputra
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 6, pp 23-29; doi:10.26737/jipf.v6i1.1846

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This study aims to determine (1) differences in students' analytical skills in learning physics with the POE (Predict-Observe-Explain) learning model and direct instruction learning, (2) improve students' analytical skills by learning physics POE learning models. This study uses a quasi-experimental method and control-group pre-test post-test design. The research subjects were Grade VIII students of a junior high school in a District of Wonosobo Regency, Central Java. The data instruments is test. Data analysis techniques using different test and gain test. The results showed: (1) there were differences in analysis skills between students who used the POE learning model and did not use the POE model seen from the results of the t-test with dk 47 and 5% significance level where tcount> ttable was 5.49> 2.012, (2) improvement of students' analytical skills using the POE model is greater than the students who do not use the POE model with a gain test of 0.60 (medium criteria)> 0.32 (medium criteria).
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