Berkala Ilmiah Pendidikan Fisika

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Saidatun Navisah, Mustika Wati, Abdul Salam M
Berkala Ilmiah Pendidikan Fisika, Volume 9, pp 47-56; doi:10.20527/bipf.v9i1.8450

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This research is carried out to examine the developed circular motion physics module in a cooperative learning setting for students of Grade X Science Senior High School in Banjarmasin. This study's general objectives are to produce a circular motion physics module integrated with gumbaan local wisdom in cooperative learning settings and describe its feasibility. Moreover, this study's specific objectives aimed to describe the validity, practicality, and effectiveness of the module. This study utilizes the ADDIE (Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, Evaluate) development design model. The instruments used consisted of module validation sheets, students’ questionnaire responses, and learning outcome test. The results of the study indicated that: (1) the validity of the module, based on the content and display, obtained a score of 3.20, which fell in the "good" category, (2) the practicality of the module, based on students' questionnaire responses, obtained a percentage of 64.92% which is categorized as “good”, and (3) the effectiveness of the module, based on students' test scores, obtained a score of 0.44 which belonged in the "moderate" category. It is then concluded that the circular motion physics module, which integrated gumbaan local wisdom contents in cooperative learning settings, is proven feasible for learning and teaching and can be used as an alternative reference in improving the quality of learning, especially to improve the learning outcomes of learners. This module can be used as a reference that teachers can use in learning at senior high school.
'Aisyah Ummu Labiiq, Sukardiyono Sukardiyono
Berkala Ilmiah Pendidikan Fisika, Volume 9, pp 72-87; doi:10.20527/bipf.v9i1.8517

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This research aims to produce project-based learning materials on temperature and heat, which are suitable for use in improving scientific skills and learning outcomes in cognitive aspects. The research and development method is carried out in seven steps: a preliminary study, planning, product draft development, limited trial, product draft revision, wider trial and initial product revision. Products are rated by seven validators. Limited trials were carried out on eight subjects, and more extensive trials were carried out on 32 subjects at Madrasah Aliyah Negeri Yogyakarta III using a one-group pretest-posttest design. The results of the study have shown that the product development Education Unit Level Curriculum version lesson plans, 2013 Curriculum version lesson plans, Project-Based Student Books and project appraisal sheets) are feasible. This use can improve scientific skills in learning but cannot significantly improve the test subjects' cognitive aspects' learning outcomes. Thus, Project-Based Student Books can be used as a learning medium by the teacher. However, it needs further improvement and research in order to improve scientific skills in learning.
I Putu Yogi Setia Permana, I Dewa Putu Nyeneng, I Wayan Distrik
Berkala Ilmiah Pendidikan Fisika, Volume 9, pp 1-15; doi:10.20527/bipf.v9i1.9319

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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) approach to the improvement of critical thinking skills using Problem Based Learning (PBL) models. The population of the research was all of the 10th grade IPA students in SMA Negeri 7 Bandar Lampung which were 233 students. The selection of research sample used a purposive sampling technique with the sample of class X IPA 5 that consisted of 31 students as the experimental group and the class X IPA 6, which was 30 students, as the control group. The research design used Non-Equivalent Pretest Posttest Control Group Design. Data were tested by N-gain analysis, normality test, homogeneity test, Mann-Withney U Test Effect size test. The results showed that there was a significant effect of the STEM approach in improving critical thinking skills as indicated by the Sig. (2-Tailed), which was less than 0.05, 0.000, and the average value of N-gain (g) critical thinking skills in the experimental class was 0.73 (high category) while the control class was 0.56 (medium category). Effect size showed a value (d) of 1.49 included in high category. It can be concluded that the application of STEM approach using PBL learning model can improve students critical thinking skills. Implications of the study are discussed. The use of the STEM approach using PBL learning model can be used as an alternative for teachers as an effort to improve students' critical thinking skills.
Saparini Saparini, Syuhendri Syuhendri, Murniati Murniati
Berkala Ilmiah Pendidikan Fisika, Volume 9, pp 88-95; doi:10.20527/bipf.v9i1.9568

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The misconception is one of the learning difficulties that occur in students when learning physics, especially the concepts of heat and temperature. One solution to overcome this is by using a textbook based on conceptual change. The purpose of the research is to develop a valid and practical conceptual change textbook based on the local wisdom of Palembang. This study uses the Rowntree research method and is combined with Tessmer's evaluation at the evaluation stage. Data was collected through a walkthrough and questionnaire. The data were analyzed by looking for the mean score obtained and then converted according to the category of expert validation results and the product practicality level. The results showed that the product developed was categorized as very valid in every aspect of content, language, and design. Meanwhile, the results of the one-to-one and small group evaluation stages each showed that it is practical. This shows that the product developed is suitable to be used and by applying appropriate learning methods expected to reduce students' misconceptions of temperature and heat.
Nur Iva Wulansari, Setyo Admoko
Berkala Ilmiah Pendidikan Fisika, Volume 9, pp 105-113; doi:10.20527/bipf.v9i1.9862

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Indonesia is famous for its diverse cultures, and unwittingly from each culture has a different appeal. In the culture itself, there is a science that is not widely known by people, besides local wisdom from several regions can be used as a source of learning science. So far, science learning, especially in physics, still refers only to a handbook of teachers and students, where it contains science products in the form of facts, concepts, principles, theories, and laws and their application in the context of daily life. However, many books often contain contexts of daily life related to western culture that is not well recognized by Indonesian children, especially those in certain areas who still rely on nature as a learning media. Based on these problems, the aim to observe the application of physics in Indonesia's national culture. The researcher intended to identify the concept of equilibrium and moments force in the technique of the Dhadak Merak dance movement in Reog Ponorogo. This type of research is an analytical study by using documentation studies and the research target is Dhadak Merak Dance. Data collected by the observation method and analysis method using literature study and training video. According to the results of the research, physics concept studies were obtained, especially in equilibrium materials and moments force in the Dhadak Merak Dance, and learning with an ethnoscience approach has the potential for innovation learning to be applied in physics learning because it can train students science literacy and train students to think creatively.
Mukhayyarotin Niswati Rodliyatul Jauhariyah, Wasis Wasis, Titin Sunarti, Woro Setyarsih, Abu Zainuddin, Samsul Hidayat
Berkala Ilmiah Pendidikan Fisika, Volume 9, pp 57-71; doi:10.20527/bipf.v9i1.9874

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Needs assessment aims to understand the requirements of learning in the COVID-19 pandemic era, the use of online learning platforms, the constraints and solutions offered, the "Merdeka Belajar" curriculum in this course, the challenges and needs in the future. It is an exploratory study for students need on the new learning condition because of the COVID-19 pandemic era. The data gathered from the questionnaire of some lectures and undergraduate programme of physics education students through an online survey also included observation and analysis from various sources. The results show the following facts. It needs online learning with a user-friendly device for students. There are multiple online education platforms based on learning activities, but some students have constraints on internet network stability. Another problem is the need for internet data packages that are not small in the online learning process, especially when using virtual face-to-face platforms. On the other hand, there was a reduction in the semester credit system's weight for the physics learning evaluation course in the "Merdeka Belajar" curriculum. The content of Bloom's taxonomy is quite dense and takes time to understand each level of thinking. So, the future challenge is to develop a learning media that students can use in studying Bloom's taxonomy topic and solve the problem of internet data packages and internet network stability. One alternative solution to learning problems is using learning media in electronic books that students can use offline.
Gunarjo S Budi, Fenno Farcis
Berkala Ilmiah Pendidikan Fisika, Volume 9, pp 39-46; doi:10.20527/bipf.v9i1.9517

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The 21st century physics educators are expected to have 21st century skills, one of which is having life and career skills. One of the life skills assets is professional entrepreneurship. This study aimed to 1) determine the profile of students' critical thinking skills in innovating problem-solving during physics entrepreneurship course and 2) determine students’ responses about critical thinking skills in innovating problem solving. This research conducted using preliminary research methods with data collection techniques in the form of description test instrument that filled out by students, and student questionnaires instrument. The data obtained were analyzed descriptively qualitatively. The study was conducted on 30 students of department of physics education at a university in the city of Palangkaraya. The results showed that all aspects of critical thinking skills (Facione's version) that were measured, namely the ability to interpret, analyze, evaluate, inference, explain, and self-regulation were on average in the low category (56.9%). Students gave agreed (A) to very agreed (VA) responses to the implementation of learning that applied critical thinking skills in innovating to solve problems. These results can be concluded that the students have very limited critical thinking skills in solving entrepreneurial problems, so that efforts are needed to improve students' critical thinking skills in solving entrepreneurial problems, one of which is by developing a learning model that can be applied to physics entrepreneurship course which hopefully can improve critical thinking skills of physics education students.
Erni Yulianti, Nailah Nur Zhafirah,
Berkala Ilmiah Pendidikan Fisika, Volume 9, pp 96-104; doi:10.20527/bipf.v9i1.9617

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Until recently, not only students in middle high schools but also in a university have difficulties in understanding either mathematical representations or physical concept behind scientific phenomena. Those difficulties are then associated with a low level of critical thinking. For instance, in physics, it seems to be not easy for students to attain proper relation among wave speed, wavelength, and frequency. This unproper understanding contributes to students’ low critical thinking skill. One of the most effective ways to overcome the problem is to use student-centred learning with interactive, animated, and game-like learning experiences. Guided inquiry learning and a freely App “Physics Education Technology (PhET)” are believed to meet the criteria. This study focused on the students’ knowledge construction process to be able to think critically the wave-related concepts. This PhET-assisted guided inquiry learning strategy was addressed to 25 students at a junior high school in Indonesia. The objective is to explore the stages of inquiry learning approach using PhET, especially on training them to attain their critical thinking skill. This is a qualitative study that purely involves in-class observation. The lesson plan and student worksheets were prepared as the research instruments. As the results, we found that the use of PhET in the guided inquiry learning model can help students acquire to learn the concept of wave speed, wavelength, and frequency with critical thinking.
Anastasia Novianti Manalu, Yunita Arifatul Wanda, Hilda V. N Worumboy, Indah Slamet Budiarti
Berkala Ilmiah Pendidikan Fisika, Volume 9, pp 16-27; doi:10.20527/bipf.v9i1.9367

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This study aimed to determine the extent of the digital literacy contribution to physics learning carried out by students at a university in Jayapura city in Physics Education Study Program at new normal era. The descriptive research approach was used in this study. This study’s population were all students of the Physics Education Study Program divided into 4 groups totaling 96 people. Based on the sampling process from 4 existing groups, purposive sampling was carried out so that the selected ones were students from academic year 2017 with a sample size of 18 people. This research was conducted at a university in Jayapura city in Physics Education Study Program, in September 2020. In this study, data collection techniques were used in the form of a closed questionnaire (structured questionnaire) and interviews to carry data triangulation. The results showed that every aspect of digital literacy has a variation in scores and different interpretations. The three aspects are Use Skill (medium), Critical Understanding (medium), and Communicative Abilities (basic). Students have not been able to communicate and participate actively in online learning during physics classroom because they were only at the stage of uploading content. It concluded that online learning deserves of particular attention when it lasts for the long term. The efforts to elevate the process is urgently needed.
Lutfiyanti Fitriah
Berkala Ilmiah Pendidikan Fisika, Volume 9, pp 28-38; doi:10.20527/bipf.v9i1.9496

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The research aimed to focus on describing the practicality of teaching material based on katupat Kandangan local wisdom which arranged by I-CLORE (Islamic-Connecting to Local Wisdom, Organizing, Reflecting, dan Extending) learning model. This research was a research and development study, with the development model of ADDIE. The subjects of this research were first-semester students of the 2019/2020 academic year in the Physics Education Department, Faculty of Education and Teacher Training of UIN Antasari Banjarmasin who learned Fundamental of Physics 1. The data were obtained through the questionnaire and observation sheet. The data were analyzed quantitatively and qualitatively. The result of the research showed that the practicality was very good because the mean score of easy to use, benefit, time efficiency, and interest was 4.29. Then, the mean score of lecturer activities implementation and the mean score of student activities implementation were 4.72 and 4.31 in very good category. The conclusion of this research is the teaching material was practical. Therefore, this teaching material can be used in Fundamental of Physics 1 course and tested in another experiment with a larger sample.
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