Mangifera Edu

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ISSN / EISSN : 25279939 / 26223384
Current Publisher: Universitas Wiralodra (10.31943)
Total articles ≅ 38

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Yohanes Bunga, Maria Efrasia Manang
Published: 31 January 2020
Mangifera Edu, Volume 4, pp 143-156; doi:10.31943/mangiferaedu.v4i2.53

Abstract:Teacher competency is assumed to still be one of the factors that can determine student learning success. This problem needs to be explored further so that the cause can be known with certainty. This research aims to analyse the perception of biological teachers on pedagogic competence of prospective biological teachers in Sikka district. Pedagogic competence is one of the important components that also determine the success of the learning process in school. Prospective teachers need to equip these competencies so that they can apply them in the workforce. The perception of biological teachers on pedagogic competence of prospective biological teachers has a role in determining the progress of the learning process. In conducting this research, the researcher uses descriptive qualitative approach. Data sources come from biology teachers in 6 senior high schools (1 SMA Negeri and 5 SMA Swasta) in district Sikka. In wich the subject of this research is using purposive sampling technique. The data collected through interviews, questionare and document study. The validity of the data is determined using the credibility, transferability, dependability, and confirmability. Data analysis technique used refers to the concept of data reduction, data display, and conclusions or verifications. The results showed that the perception of biological teachers on pedagogic competence of prospective biological teachers in Sikka district belongs to acceptable category, although for the dimension of learning process that can inspire students learning motivation still have problem that need to be improved.
Handayani Handayani
Published: 31 January 2020
Mangifera Edu, Volume 4, pp 94-106; doi:10.31943/mangiferaedu.v4i2.65

Abstract:Designing experiments is activity-based laboratory learning where laboratory activities lead to scientific ideas which emphasizes qualitative processes that aim to encourage conceptual changing toward the students. Experimental designs made by students are still found many mistakes. These in designing experiments could be minimized by applying vee diagrams. The application of Vee Diagrams helps students in designing experiments, therefor it can minimize the mistakes commonly done in designing experiments especiallyin practical learning. The research method was used is action research consisting of two cycles. The decrease of error in designing experiments is analyzed as a percentage at each research cycle. The data were sourced from third semester biology education students who taking biochemistry courses. Data obtained from the error analysis rubric in designing experiments, questionnaire responses of students in design experiments and vee diagrams rubric. The results showed that the application of vee diagrams can minimize errors in design experiments with the greatest decrease in errors at the stage of making hypotheses while the smallest decrease at the stage of analyzing data.
Marvia Afrita, Rahmawati Darussyamsu
Published: 31 January 2020
Mangifera Edu, Volume 4, pp 129-142; doi:10.31943/mangiferaedu.v4i2.83

Abstract:Higher order thinking skills is very important in the 2013 curriculum. This 2013 curriculum emphasizes the ability of reasoning for concepts. This ability involves a high cognitive level from Bloom’s taxonomy, C4-C6. One example in improving students HOTS is to develop assessment instruments HOTS. This type research is research and development (R&D) research with using the 4D models. This research develop an assessment instrument in the form of multiple choice. In this research, the object is assessment instrument HOTS on respiration system content. The subject of this research were two lectures major in Biology, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences UNP. The result of validation show an average value of 87.91 with a valid category. This shows of assessment instrument HOTS on respiration system content is valid among in terms of the feasibility aspects of content, construction, language, and the cognitive level of the assessment instruments is at a HOTS.
S Sugianto, A Fitriani, S Angraeni, W Setiawan
Published: 31 January 2020
Mangifera Edu, Volume 4, pp 84-93; doi:10.31943/mangiferaedu.v4i2.82

Abstract:The practice of plant anatomy using a light microscope indicates the immeasurable diversity of students' intelligence in making observations, such as logical-mathematical intelligence, visual-spatial intelligence, bodily-kinesthetic intelligence, and naturalistic intelligence. The population of this study were 35 prospective biology education teacher candidates, a sample selected using Purposiv Sampling, citing the limited number of samples. This study uses a questionnaire response instrument to determine the response of multiple intelligence profile of the initial conditions of plant anatomy practicum and blended learning digital microscope needs profile. All instruments are in the valid and reliable categories. Data analysis of the relationship between multiple intelligence profiles on the initial conditions of plant anatomy practicum to the needs of a blended learning-based digital microscope was analyzed quantitatively by Pearson's bivariate correlation test. Compound intelligence profile at the initial conditions of plant anatomy practicum has a low criterion, the profile of students' needs for blended learning digital microscope has high criteria, and there is a significant relationship between the profile of compound intelligence at the initial condition of plant anatomy practicum towards the needs of a blended learning-based digital microscope.
Sulton Nawawi, Aseptianova, Gevina Intan Anggreiny
Published: 31 January 2020
Mangifera Edu, Volume 4, pp 157-166; doi:10.31943/mangiferaedu.v4i2.55

Abstract:Learning activities are activities carried out to produce changes in knowledge and skills in students. Learning activities contribute to the learning outcomes that students will get. The purpose of this study was to determine student learning activities in class X virus material at SMA Negeri 10 Palembang. This research is a type of quantitative description research. The study population was all Grade X MIA students of SMA 10 Palembang. Class X MIA 2, MIA 4, MIA 5, and MIA 7 research samples were taken using a purposive sampling technique. Data obtained using observation sheets. The results of class X MIA 2 obtained a percentage of 67% including the excellent category, class X MIA 4 gained a percentage of 67% including the excellent category, class X MIA 5 gained a percentage of 65% including the excellent category and class X MIA 7 with a percentage of 62% including the excellent category. Student learning activities are categorized as useful because students follow learning by carrying out various learning activities. The conclusion is that the average learning activity of class X students of SMA Negeri 10 Palembang on virus material obtains 65%, including the excellent category. The highest percentage is emotional activity and mental activity, with a percentage of 71%. The activity that gets the lowest percentage is drawing activity with a percentage of 48%.
Abdur Rasyid, Aden Arif Gaffar, Widi Utari
Published: 31 January 2020
Mangifera Edu, Volume 4, pp 107-115; doi:10.31943/mangiferaedu.v4i2.47

Abstract:Student learning activities that are less conducive, passive in asking questions and answering questions from problems raised by teachers, difficult to express ideas or ideas of problem solving and the learning process provided, and have not been oriented to develop students' critical thinking skills.The purpose of this study is to determine the feasibility, find out the increase in students' critical thinking skills, and to find out students' responses to the application of RPG maker MV based mobile learning applications in the learning ecosystem. The research method used is Quasi-Experimental, the design used in this study is Quasi-Experimental Design with Randomized Control-Group Pretest-Postest. The data obtained in this study consisted of qualitative data, namely the results of observations of student activities during learning and student questionnaire responses to the application of mobile learning applications based on RPG maker MV, and quantitative data namely the results of students' critical thinking abilities. The results showed (1) the implementation of the RPG maker MV based mobile learning application has moderate criteria, (2) the application of the RPG maker MV based mobile learning application can improve students 'critical thinking skills, (3) students' responses to the use of RPG maker based learning mobile applications MV in ecosystem learning has very good criteria.
Finsensius Oetpah
Published: 22 August 2019
Mangifera Edu, Volume 4, pp 72-85; doi:10.31943/mangiferaedu.v4i1.38

Abstract:Tujuan penelitian adalah untuk mengetahui kontribusi kompetensi pedagogic dan kompetensi professional guru biologi terhadap peningkatan prestasi belajar biologi siswa kelas X SMA Se-kecamatan kota Soe kabupaten timor tengah selatan, sampel yang di gunakan adalah 12 guru dengan krteria berstatus pegawai negeri sipil, berpengalam mengajar dan bersertifikasi pendidik dari 6 sekolah dengan jumlah siswa persekolah adalah 60 siswa dalam 2 kelas paralel. Metode yang di gunakan dalam penelitian ini adalah penelitian deskriptif kuantitatif, dengan analisis linear berganda menggunakan uji F, Uji t dan menghitungkoefisien determinasi simultan (R2), yang diolah menggunakan aplikasi SPSS for windos16.0. Teknik penggumpulan data menggunakan angket guru dan tes untuk siswa agar mendapatkan data primer. Hasil penelitian ini menunjukan bahwa kontribusi kompetensi pedagogik guru biologi pada korelasi parsial pertama dengan uji t menunjukan nilai sig. 0,007 < 0,05, artinya kompetensi pedagogik (X1) konstan atau berpengaruh terhadap prestasi belajar (Y), dan kompetensi profesional guru biologi pada hasil korelasi parsial kedua dengan uji t menunjukan nilai sig. 0,009 < 0,05 artinya kompetensi profesional (X2) konstan, atau berpengaruh pada prestasi belajar (Y), sehingga besar pengaruh kompetensi pedagogik dan kompetensi profesional guru biologi secara bersama-sama adalah sebesar 70% sisanya 30% adalah faktor lain yang tidak diteliti oleh peneliti.
Asrizal Wahdan Wilsa
Published: 21 August 2019
Mangifera Edu, Volume 4, pp 62-70; doi:10.31943/mangiferaedu.v4i1.42

Abstract:Learning is a process that requires resources as a support in the success of learning. As an educator, teachers must be careful in choosing the learning resources needed by students, so that the learning process can be achieved according to the purpose of learning. But in fact, the learning that teachers do in schools is still not utilizing the media as an appropriate learning resource for students, especially in the understanding of abstract biological concepts that require supporting media for student learning. This study aims to describe differences in student learning outcomes that use interactive multimedia with textbooks in biology learning at senior high school. The method used in this study is quasi-experimental, with Control Group Pretest - Posttest Design. Population in this research is class XI-MIPA I and XI-MIPA II. Class XI-MIPA I as experimental class and class XI-MIPA II as control class. The data were obtained by using a multiple choice test instrument of 30 questions. Based on the results of the pretest and posttest it was found that the average value of the experimental class was greater than the control class. Based on these findings, it can be concluded that there are differences in student learning outcomes that use interactive multimedia with textbooks in biology learning at senior high school.
Laksmindra Fitria
Published: 20 August 2019
Mangifera Edu, Volume 4, pp 1-18; doi:10.31943/mangiferaedu.v4i1.39

Abstract:Genus Ficus is important plant for health benefits. Hairy fig (F. hispida) trees grow abundantly in tropical regions and fruiting throughout the year. In West Asian countries, the fruit is commonly used as food and medicinal materials. However, in Indonesia, the fruit has not been utilized. First step in exploring the potential of natural resources for consumption is toxicity test to provide information about safety and adverse effects. This research was aimed to study acute oral toxicity of young and ripe hairy fig fruits using Wistar rats as model. Procedure followed OECD Guideline Test No.420 with modification. Pure filtrate (100 %) of young or ripe fruits were administered orally at volume 1 mL/individual on day-0 in fasting animals. Control received distilled water in the same way. Parameters observed including mortality, sublethal effects, behavior/activities, body weight, complete blood count, as well as evaluation of liver, heart, and renal functions. Results showed that values for all variables fluctuated during the experiment but eventually back into normal range. However, the number of lymphocytes elevated until the end of experiment (day-14) thus increased the total leukocytes count. Accordingly, we are preparing to conduct further toxicity tests to investigate this finding. Key words : acute oral toxicity, Ficus hispida, fruit filtrate, hairy fig, single dose toxicity
Muhammad Syaipul Hayat, Nuryani Y Rustaman, Adi Rahmat, Sri Redjeki
Published: 20 August 2019
Mangifera Edu, Volume 4, pp 19-31; doi:10.31943/mangiferaedu.v4i1.41

Abstract:The paradigm of learning science, including biology continues to show a fundamental shift. Biology is taught not only through conventional inquiry, but also inquiry that envisions the debriefing of student lifelong learning. One strategy that can build this vision is through entrepreneurship oriented inquiry learning programs. In the mechanism, learning is designed into four stages based on conformity with indicators of entrepreneurship, i.e. stage I (basic), stage II (development), stage III (advance), and stage IV (professional). In the learning experience, students are provided with a variety of skills in a comprehensive manner in accordance with the standards of lifelong learning, among which those that will be studied in this paper are Communication and Collaboration Skills. These two standards become important things to study, because learning biology must not only be scientific but also students must be able to communicate their ideas and be able to build teamwork in solving problems. This research was conducted on the V semester students of the Biology Education Department in one teachers college in Central Java who took part in the course on Plant Diversity. The samples involved in the data collection were 31 people. Data was collected using observation sheets and questionnaires in the form of the Communication & Collaboration rubric adapted from Marzano's framework lifelong learning. There are six items in the rubric that represent data, three of which are about Communication Skills and three about Collaboration. The results of the study showed that on average the Communication Skills of students based on the results of observations had developed at each stage, i.e. stage I (2.45), stage II (2.83), stage III (3.17), and stage IV (3.54). In accordance with the Collaboration data students showed significant developments, i.e. stage I (2.47), stage II (2.89), stage III (3.32), and stage IV (3.60). Based on the results of the questionnaire collected before and after learning, the data showed a significant increase in both communication and collaboration skills. Thus it can be concluded that entrepreneurship-oriented inquiry learning programs applied to plant diversity course can improve student Communication and Collaboration Skills well