Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika dan Teknologi

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ISSN / EISSN : 26145618 / 24076902
Current Publisher: Mataram University (10.29303)
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Ana Silfiani Rahmawati, Yasinta Embu Ika
Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika dan Teknologi, Volume 6, pp 162-168; doi:10.29303/jpft.v6i1.1661

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The purpose of this study is to find out: (1) whether there is an effectiveness of the STAD learning model for solving science problems (Physics); (2) is there an effectiveness of the Jigsaw learning model for problem solving in Natural Sciences (Physics); and (3) whether there is an effectiveness of the STAD and Jigsaw learning models in solving science (Physics) problems. This research is a quantitative study using quasi-experimental design. The research sample consisted of students in class VIIIa and VIIIb of SMP Negeri 2 Ende, while the object of this study was the influence of STAD learning, the influence of Jigsaw learning, and the problem-solving ability of students. Data collection is done through tests and observations. The research instrument consists of objective tests for problem solving skills. Data analysis using one sample test and different test. The results showed that the problem-solving ability of students at SMPN 2 Ende experienced differences between the three learning above. Can be seen in the total difference in the STAD method of 7552,000; for the Jigsaw 8438,000 method; and for the conventional model of 4405,000. This proves that the Jigsaw type cooperative model is more effective than the STAD type cooperative model and conventional learning model, while the STAD type cooperative model is more effective than conventional.
Siti Hajar, Kaharuddin Arafah, Muhammad Sidin Ali
Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika dan Teknologi, Volume 6, pp 153-161; doi:10.29303/jpft.v6i1.1798

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- The purpose of this study was to analyze the differences in physics learning outcomes between students taught using the discovery model and problem solving models, both overall, high learning motivation, and low motivation to learn. In addition, to analyze the effect of interactions between learning models with learning motivation on student physics learning outcomes. To achieve these objectives, an experimental study using treatment by level design, 2 x 2 factorial. The population of this study were all students of grade XI MIA SMAN 9 Makassar. The research sample subjects were taken through cluster random sampling technique. Grade XI MIA 1 and MIA 3 students as an experimental class taught using the discovery model. While students of grade XI MIA 2 and XI MIA 4 as controls are taught using problem solving models. Data collection about physics learning outcomes and learning motivation using test and non-test instrument techniques. Data were then analyzed using two-way ANOVA. The results showed that overall, there were differences in physics learning outcomes between students who were taught using the discovery model and problem solving models. Furthermore, there is no effect of interaction between learning models with learning motivation on learning outcomes in physics. There is a difference in physics learning outcomes between students taught using the discovery learning model and problem solving models, both students who have high motivation to learn and those who have low learning motivation. Keywords : discovery model, problem solving, learning motivation, treatment by level design, two-way ANOVA, physics learning outcomes.
Nurbaiti Nurbaiti, Kosim Kosim, Muhammad Taufik
Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika dan Teknologi, Volume 6, pp 146-152; doi:10.29303/jpft.v6i1.1456

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This study aims to determine the effect of Predict-Observe-Explain (POE) learning models assisted by virtual simulations on the mastery of physics concepts in high school students. This type of research is a quasi-experimental with non-equivalent control group design. The population was all students of class X MIA MAN 2 Central Lombok, amount to 47 students with a sampling technique using saturated sample techniques , hence the sample used in this study was class X MIA-1 as an experimental group of 24 students and class X MIA- 2 as a control group of 23 students. Before being treated, both samples were given a preliminary test to determine their initial abilities. Based on homogeneity test results, both samples have the same initial ability. In the final test, obtained an average score of mastery of concepts from the experimental class of 66 with the highest score of 85 and an average score of the control class of 55 with the highest score of 75. The research hypothesis was tested with the t-polled variance test with a significance level of 5%, and the results obtained t_count = 3.63, while t_table = 2.02. Based on these results, it means that t_count is greater than t_table, so H o is rejected. Thus, the conclusion is the Predict-Observe-Explain (POE) learning model assist ed by virtual simulations has an influence on the mastery of physics concepts in high school students .
Elisa Kasli, Via Risna Dewi, Hilda Mazlina
Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika dan Teknologi, Volume 6, pp 141-145; doi:10.29303/jpft.v6i1.1455

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This study aims to determine the value of aluminum specific resistance which is calculated based on Ohm's law. This research uses an experimental method. In this study, 4 experiments were carried out with different lengths of wire. The first experiment used a wire length of 0.05 m, the second experiment used a wire length of 0.1 m, the third experiment used a wire length of 0.15 m, and the fourth experiment used a wire length of 0.2 m. The results of the study showed that the wire length of 0.05 m obtained the value of the type resistance of 2.7 x 10 -3 Ωm, the length of the wire of 0.1 m obtained the value of the type resistance of 2.7 x 10 -3 Ωm, the length wire of 0.15 m obtained type resistance value of 2.7 x 10 -3 Ωm and at a wire length of 0.2 m obtained type resistance value of 2.7 x 10 -3 Ωm. Thus, it can be concluded that the change value of aluminum types will be the same value if the wire material used is also the same value.
Kaharuddin Arafah, Muamar Qadar, Triyanto Pristiwaluyo
Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika dan Teknologi, Volume 6, pp 131-140; doi:10.29303/jpft.v6i1.1827

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The teacher as an important figure in learning to encourage students to achieve high learning outcomes. In carrying out their activities, teachers who are members of the Physics Consultative Association (MGMP) of Physics in Pangkep Regency need to be evaluated. This research aims to plan the preparation, implementation and results of the Physics MGMP program in Pangkep Regency. To achieve these objectives, evaluative research has been conducted using the Countenance Stake’s model. The subject of this research was the High School Physics Teacher Study Program (MGMP) in Pangkep Regency. Data collection uses interviews, observation, and documentation. Data were analyzed using the qualitative model of Miles and Huberman. Data analysis consists of three activities: data condensation, data display and conclusions. The results of data analysis that prove the evaluation of preparation is in accordance with the guidelines used. Implementation evaluation is in accordance with the guidelines used, but it needs to be on several aspects. Program evaluation of MGMP results depends on either category. Based on the evaluation findings of this program, it can be recommended that the MGMP program in Pangkep Regency can be continued with several improvements. So that the preparation is more optimal. While on the implementation schedule, active participants need to be optimized, and need an agenda related to the needs of teachers in the field.
Joko Krismanto Harianja
Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika dan Teknologi, Volume 6, pp 121-130; doi:10.29303/jpft.v6i1.1738

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Curiosity is one of the attitudes that needs to be developed in learning activities. This research proved hat students' curiosity can be developed by selecting appropriate learning models. The flipped classroom learning model is one of good models to develop curiosity. In this research the action research (CAR) class has been chosen as a research method to analyze the increase in curiosity and the value of learning outcomes in class 12 Physics learning activities. The treatment given is to provide opportunities for students to study independently outside the school schedule to study the material provided and find out all forms of information needed. Students have the opportunity to work together in class giving reports on their learning outcomes by making presentations in class. The instrument used for part of the data collection technique is in the form of observation sheets, questionnaire sheets and question sheets containing questions in accordance with the material being studied. The data analysis technique was carried out using descriptive and quantitative qualitative analysis. The results of the research show that students' curiosity and student learning outcomes can be improved by using these learning models. The obtained data analysis of the also shows that the implementation of the flipped classroom learning model provides very significant benefits.
Faisal Faisal, Joni Rokhmat, Jannatin Ardhuha
Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika dan Teknologi, Volume 6, pp 107-113; doi:10.29303/jpft.v6i1.1771

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This research aimed to investigate problem-solving ability (PSA) and creativity of students through physics learning with causalitic-thinking approach with scaffolding of type 2b. With the scaffolding, in learning, students have to determine all causes and predict all possible effects in a phenomenon, also give arguments how conditions of each cause so that each effect occur. However, the number of the causes and effects is informed and part of the causes, effects, and arguments also be given so the students only need to complete them. This research used method of experiment with control group design. As population were students of class XI MIA SMAN 3 Mataram year 2017/2018 while as sample were the students of class XI MIA 8 and XI MIA 9. Data of the PSA and creativity were taken by using one set of test instrument and respectively analyzed with t-test and U-test at significance level of 5%. The former test showed that tcounted is 12.621 with ttable of 2.004 which meant that the approach affected PSA of students. While, the latter one showed that zcounted is 6.69 with ztable of 1.96 which meant that the approach also affected creativity of students.
Ni Made Yeni Suranti, Gunawan Gunawan, Ahmad Harjono, Agus Ramdani
Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika dan Teknologi, Volume 6, pp 99-106; doi:10.29303/jpft.v6i1.1745

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Improving the quality of education is done by improving the quality of learning devices. Learning devices are important to facilitate students' conceptual understanding and creativity. Utilization of information technology such as the use of learning management systems (LMS) can make learning effective. The final goal of this research is to produce LMS tools in mechanics courses that are feasible to use and can improve students' conceptual understanding and creativity. This study is a research and development using a 4-D model consisting of 4 stages of define, design, develop, and disseminate. The validity test was conducted by 3 expert lecturers and it was concluded that the device developed was suitable for use. Expert assessment on learning devices is reliable, which means there are no significant differences in each assessment. Criticisms and suggestions given are used as material for revision/improvement so that learning devices are obtained that are intact and ready to be used for learning.
Wahyudha Tri Setiyoaji, Edi Supriana, Yoyok Adisetio Laksono
Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika dan Teknologi, Volume 6, pp 114-120; doi:10.29303/jpft.v6i1.1725

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The integration between interactive media and HOTS question could give a big impact on learning process in class room, especially on learning interest and student concept understanding. Android is a learning media that could save more information and questions like ebook. This study was conducted to determine the feasibility of an Android-based electronic book with High Order Thinking Skills to Help Students Analyze Amounts on Straight Motion Material. This research method was used in the ADDIE model (analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation). The electronic book was tested for validation by the validator with an average value of 3.94 and the module readability test with respondents of 25 students who obtained an average value of 96%. Based on the data obtained, it can be conclude that the electronic book has decent criteria.
Ahmad Busyairi, Muhammad Zuhdi
Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika dan Teknologi, Volume 6, pp 90-98; doi:10.29303/jpft.v6i1.1683

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Misconceptions are one of the problems that often occur in education. This objected aims to identify misconceptions of pre-service physics teachers’ in motion concept from various representations. The method used in this research is descriptive method. A total of 40 pre-service physics teachers’ at a university in the city of Mataram were involved in this study. The instrument used in the study was a three tier test with open reasons. The reasons have been made to be open aims so that pre-service physics teachers’ are more free to describe the understanding that is in their cognitive structure. A total of 15 test items used in this study. The questions are classified into three types of representations namely; verbal, vigural, and graphics. The results showed that 67% of pre-service physics teachers have misconceptions on the concept of linier motion, 53% of misconceptions on the concept of vertical motion, and 57% of misconceptions on the concept of parabolic motion. The result shows that 61% of pre-service physics teachers’ have misconceptions on verbal type questions, 59% of misconceptions on vigural type , and 61% misconceptions on graphic type.
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