JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika)

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ISSN / EISSN : 2477-5959 / 2477-8451
Current Publisher: STKIP Singkawang (10.26737)
Total articles ≅ 88
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Rambu Ririnsia Harra Hau, Paulina Nelce Mole, Agustina Elizabeth, Yohanes Sudarmo Dua, Maria Yani Leonarda
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 5, pp 187-192; doi:10.26737/jipf.v5i3.1893

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This study aims to describe students' multi-representation ability in solving physics evaluation questions carried out by the qualitative description method in class X MIA 1 SMA Katolik St. Gabriel Maumere for the 2019/2020 school year. The data were obtained from the matter of physics evaluation on Newton's law material about the force of gravity. Data analysis is based on student work steps in solving evaluation questions. Data analysis results show that the ability of multi-representation in solving physics problems on Newton's law material about the force of gravity in the high category. The number of mathematical representations of 100%, image representation of 10%, then in the medium type only uses a mathematical description of 100% and in the low category using a mathematical representation of 100% and a verbal representation of 40%.
Darmaji Darmaji, Astalini Astalini, Dwi Agus Kurniawan, Aziza Putri Ningsi, Dinda Desma Romadona, Retno Wulan Dari
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 5, pp 177-186; doi:10.26737/jipf.v5i3.1788

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This study aims to look at the effect of science process skills on Jambi City Junior High School students' critical thinking ability on the density and reflection of the material in the mirror. This research method used was mixed method, while the design used was sequential explanatory. The study was conducted at Adhyaksa 1 Junior High School in Jambi City and Al-Jauharen Islamic junior high school in Jambi. The sampling technique used was cluster sampling, so that the sample of this study amounted to 58 students. The data collection instrument consisted of an observation sheet of science process skills, a test of critical thinking skills, and an interview. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and inferential statistics. Based on the results of the linear regression test that has been carried out, the t value is greater than the t table, it can be said that there is a significant influence between science process skills and critical thinking skills on the density material and the reflection on the mirror. Students who have low process skills will tend to have low critical thinking skills. Low science process skills and students' thinking abilities lead to low student learning outcomes.
Adrianus Nasar, Melkyanus Bili Umbu Kaleka
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 5, pp 159-168; doi:10.26737/jipf.v5i3.1834

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The purpose of this study is to find the effect of distance learning through learner center micro teaching model on students’ teaching confidence and teaching skills. The research design uses quasi-experimental research and pretest-posttest non controlled group design. The population is physics education students on sixth semester who was programming micro teaching courses. Purposes sampling technic used to get research sample and 31 students take part on this course. Data collected by using questionnaire on variables of teaching confidence and assessment rubric on variables of teaching skills. Teaching confidence and teaching skills are analyzed through normalized-gain and pair sample t-test. Data calculated use SPSS and the result is: 1) teaching confidence has normalized-gain <g> = 0,535 (moderate) and t = 12,336 (sig.=0,000); 2) teaching skills has normalized-gain <g> = 0,566 (moderate) dan t = 9,690 (sig.=0,000). The result shows the effect of distance learning through learner center micro teaching (LCMT) model can improve teaching confidence and teaching skills of physics education students on FKIP Universitas Flores.
Amin Mustajab, Samsul Bahri, Ya Julyanto
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 5, pp 169-176; doi:10.26737/jipf.v5i3.1838

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The purpose of this study was to determine the level of problem solving skills of students in the 7-Step PBL material work and energy materials. The method used in this research is descriptive method. The number of samples used in this study were 62 students. The data analysis technique used is descriptive analysis technique. There are three main findings in this study, the first amounted to 69.35% the average level of problem solving abilities of students is still at level 2 (moderate). Second, even after participating in learning using the 7-Step PBL method, the average problem solving ability of students has not yet reached level 4(high). Third, in indicator problem number 2 "relationship work and kinetic energy" there are no students who have problem-solving skills at level 4(high).
Umi Pratiwi, Siska Desy Fatmaryanti
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 5, pp 151-158; doi:10.26737/jipf.v5i3.1789

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Learning about motion material such as straight-motion changes irregularly requires learning aids to analyze more deeply about speed. The problem that often occurs in learning motion material is that this material is only conveyed in the form of theory, has not touched the psychomotor domain from theory to practice. The concept of initial velocity and final velocity on the Irregularly Changing Straight Motion concept will be challenging to understand when dealing with applicable problems. Therefore we need learning aids to understand more integrally between theory and practice in analyzing speed by using a speed sensor (speed sensor). The speed sensor is used as an analysis of the real rate or travel time of Arduino-based objects. This study aims to develop physics teaching media using speed sensors as a realtime analysis based on Arduino. This research is a research & development (R&D) research using the Addie development model. The development stage of teaching aids consists of four stages, namely the analysis phase to analyze the needs of students and the components needed based on needs analysis, the design stage as a design stage based on needs analysis, the development stage is the stage of validating tools that have been designed by Ahlia Media and designing based on input by media experts..The results showed that the developed media produced expert validation values or the feasibility of the media with a category suitable for use in learning. The trial results show the learning media can increase the ability of problem solving by 2.2%.
Ruth Novi Kornalia Mellu, Doni T. Baok
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 5, pp 132-140; doi:10.26737/jipf.v5i3.1694

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Misconception is a concept contradicts with scientific definitions or definitions approved by experts of particular field. Learners’ misconception cannot be eliminated but minimized so they do not grasp incorrect concept which can be identified through diagnostic tests. A research had been conducted to identify physics student teacher misconception. The research was undertaken using qualitative method with survey design. The population covered whole physics major students with 30 students of 6th semester as samples. Data collection was done by giving three tier multiple choice model of diagnostic test developed by Ambarwati on electricity, magnetism, and solar system materials. Data source of this study was primary data source since data was taken directly from research subjects. Data was analyzed using descriptive qualitative data analysis technique. The result showed that 18% students experienced misconception, 40% partially understood, 12% fully understood, and 30% did not understand concept. 20% misconception identification of electricity comprised static electric, determining physical quantity on circuit, defining electrical energy and power in daily life; 18 % magnetism material on how to make magnet or determining poles that affected electromagnetic induction; and 17% solar system material about characteristics of astronomical objects and emerging phenomena due to climate changing on earth surface. the identifications result implied a demand of developing and applying innovative, creative, and appealing learning in remediating and fixing misconception.
Haris Rosdianto, Umi Hafizah Syahandri, Natcha Mahapoonyanont
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 5, pp 123-131; doi:10.26737/jipf.v5i3.1712

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This study aims to determine how much improvement in students' cognitive learning outcomes after applying the REACT learning model on simple machine subjects. This type of research is quantitative research in the form of pre-experimental design. The population in this study were all eighth grade students of SMP Negeri 1 Jawai, Sambas Regency, West Kalimantan. The sample in this study were 25 class VIIIC students, determined by the purposive sampling technique. This research begins with the provision of pretest followed by treatment in the form of application of the REACT learning model and ends with the administration of posttest. From the data analysis, it was found that the cognitive learning outcomes of students experienced an increase of 0.44 based on the N-gain equation with the medium category. The recapitulation results from the attitude scale showed that 87% of students stated that they were better able to understand simple machine subjects using the REACT learning model. It can be concluded that the REACT learning model can improve student learning outcomes on simple machine subjects.
Tomo Djudin
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 5, pp 141-150; doi:10.26737/jipf.v5i3.1809

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This study aims to determine the effectiveness of teacher’ corrective feedback based on students reflective journal in the learning of dynamic fluids. The research method employed an experimental method with quasi-experimental nonequivalent control group design. The sample of eleventh grade of public senior high school SMAN 8 Pontianak consist of the XI-4 class as experimental group and the XI-3 class as control group were drawn by using intact group random sampling technique. The achievement test consists of 25 multiple choice questions embracing factual, conceptual, and procedural knowledge was administered. After manipulating the treatment, it is concluded that the average of achievement of experimental group (64.27) and control group (52.13) were significant difference (p < 0.05). In addition, the extent of effectiveness of the treatment was in high category (ES = 1.02). The treatment should be provided to increase students’ learning outcomes of any teaching-learning materials.
Mei-Ching Chen, Chin-Cheng Chou, Chao-Ti Hsiung
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 5, pp 115-122; doi:10.26737/jipf.v5i2.1763

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This study intended to explore the implementation of promoting “energy education” in Taiwan’s elementary schools. The research adopted a questionnaire (Likert five-point scale) from teachers’ view in three dimensions to construct examination. The 45 participants come from 10 different primary schools distributed across Taiwan, which participate in energy education program in the second period (2015-2017). The data was analyzed by ANOVA, mean and standard deviations of the viewpoints of the participants in the energy education learning achievement of the primary schools. The first findings in this research is, the program of energy education was most effective in “energy attitude” (M=4.282, SD=0.814), followed by “energy awareness” (M=4.049, SD=0.720) and “energy behavior” (M=3.983, SD=0.875). It shows that students have positive energy attitude, but they were relatively weak at energy saving behavior. Secondly, there is statistically significant difference in overall students learning performance with urban areas are higher than rural areas. Finally, it is suggested that in addition to strengthen energy attitudes and energy awareness, we should encourage students to take action in save energy in their daily life. Furthermore, we should invest more resources to rural areas to balance the students’ performances between urban and rural areas.
Landiana Etni Laos, Meti Tefu
JIPF (Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Fisika), Volume 5, pp 107-114; doi:10.26737/jipf.v5i2.1476

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A research and development study had been conducted to evaluate the appropriateness of local wisdom based physics teaching material in order to increase students’ critical thinking skill. This study was based on 4-D development model including Define, Design, Develop, and Disseminate. Data was gathered from 30 research participantsin SMK Kristen Fautmolo. Observation, interview, questionnaire and test were data collection techniques. Before applying the instruments in data field, validation was garnered from 4 physics experts with 3.75 total score in very good category which indicated the developed material’s applicability in teaching and learning process. The result revealed that the local wisdom-based physics teaching material was effective to improve students’ critical thinking skill with 0.80 of N-gain score (high) and 89.91% of students’ responses toward learning using the material. Therefore, it could be concluded that the developed local wisdom-based physics material was appropriate to be used in physics learning and could improve student’s critical thinking skill.
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