Journal of Educational Sciences

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ISSN / EISSN : 2581-1657 / 2581-2203
Current Publisher: FKIP Universitas Riau (10.31258)
Total articles ≅ 127
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Egi Purnama, Evi Suryawati, Zulfarina Zulfarina
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 4, pp 469-477; doi:10.31258/jes.4.3.p.469-477

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This study aims to look at the effect of pictorial glossaries on the creative thinking abilities of class X students, SMAN 1 Teluk Kuantan on the subject of the Plant World. This type of research was quasi-experimental research. The study population was all high school grade X students as a hypothetical population. The research sample consisted of 67 people consisting of 33 students in class X MIPA 1 as a control class and 34 students in class X MIPA 2 as an experimental class. Data collection techniques used observation sheets. The result shows that average score of the creative thinking ability of the control class students obtained a mean of 64 with a moderate category while the experimental class obtained an average of 74 with a high category. This shows the influence of glossary media in the material world of plants in SMAN 1 Teluk Kuantan with a significant level of 0.05. Thus, there is an influence of the use of pictorial glossaries on the creative thinking abilities of the control class students with the experimental class on plant material in the learning process.
Dea Rian Firmansyah, Nahadi Nahadi, Harry Firman
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 4, pp 459-468; doi:10.31258/jes.4.3.p.459-468

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This study aims to develop good quality performance assessment instrument that can be used to measure students’ scientific thinking skills. The research method used is Development & validation The study describes the 5 stages of instrument development, namely the analysis of performance assessment journals, analysis of Core Competency and Basic Competency on 2013 curriculum, field surveys, development of indicators and student worksheets, as well as target skills and rubric development. The developed instrument consists of 33 target skills (experimental problem solving) and 9 target skills (quantitative literacy). The expected value in this research is the accuracy of students in performing practical work. In the validity test, it is obtained a CVR value of 1.00 on 42 developed target skills, so that the instrument was declared as valid. Based on the analysis of research data, it can be concluded that the developed performance assessment instruments have good quality to measure students' scientific thinking skills.
Reni Efriza, Caska Caska, Makhdalena Makhdalena
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 4, pp 529-540; doi:10.31258/jes.4.3.p.529-540

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The Social Sciences subject examination score in Muhammadiyah Rambah Middle School is still below the average. This phenomenon is inseparable from the low student achievement. This study aims to analyze the factors that influence student learning achievement. This type of research was quantitative research. The population in this study was VII grade students of SMP Muhammadiyah Rambah which was conducted in the even semester of the 2018/2019 school year. The sample was carried out using proportional random sampling technique with 76 respondents. Data collection using a questionnaire with a Likert scale and then the data were analyzed by path analysis. The results of the analysis show that learning discipline has an indirect effect on learning achievement through learning motivation of 0.0897, with a total influence is 0.351 with an effective contribution of 12.29%. The family environment has an indirect effect on learning achievement through learning motivation of 0.1054, with a total influence of 0.354 with an effective contribution of 12.56%. This shows that learning achievement can be improved if the quality of learning discipline, family environment and student motivation are improved.
C. Indah Nartani, Kristi Wardani, Biya Ebi Praheto
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 4, pp 575-583; doi:10.31258/jes.4.3.p.575-583

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This research aims to explain the internalization of Tri-N Tamansiswa Teaching of Primary School Teacher Education Department (PGSD) at Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa University. The subjects of this research are the Study Program Chairman, lecturers and college students. As for the research object was the internalization of the Tri-N teaching of Tamansiswa. The data collection was done by observation method, interview and documentation. The research results of shows that the role of the Study Program Chairman is crucial to the internalization of the Tri-N Tamansiswa teaching in strengthening students pedagogical competence. It is because the Study Program Chairman has the authority to make policy in the internalization of Tamansiswa teaching. A pattern or model of the internalization of Tri-N Tamansiswa Teaching is known that derives from the preparation of the vision and the mission continued with the establishment of the study program policy related to the implementation of Tamansiswa teaching and integration of Tamansiswa teaching especially Tri-N in the curriculum, Semester Lesson Plan, and the learning process. In addition, the Tri-N Tamansiswa teaching has also been applied by the lecturer in classroom teaching and learning so it accustoms college students to be teacher candidate who based on Tamansiswa teaching.
Roknuzzaman Siddiky
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 4, pp 511-528; doi:10.31258/jes.4.3.p.511-528

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The paper aims to investigate the association between students’ participation in Co-curricular Activities (CCAs) and their soft skill development. Moreover, the study attempts to find out whether the association between these two variables is statistically significant. The study reasonably employed survey method where primary data were collected from a total of 135 students who were sampled from 16 academic departments of a public university in Bangladesh based on non-probability sampling techniques. The study found that the students have developed diverse soft skills (which involve different personal skills and social skills) much via their participation in CCAs. The study observed that there is a moderate positive association between students’ participation in CCAs and their various personal and social skills excepting presentation skill, organizing skill and network-building skill in which strong positive association was found. Moreover, the study found that there is a significant association between students’ participation in CCAs and their diverse personal skills and social skills. Hence, the study argued that the association between students’ participation in CCAs and their soft skill development is statistically significant. Finally, the study suggested that the Government and the authority concerned should undertake suitable policy in order to utilize CCAs and thereby ensure quality education.
Elmiwati Elmiwati, Kartini Kartini, Zulkarnain Zulkarnain
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 4, pp 584-593; doi:10.31258/jes.4.3.p.584-593

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The ability to solve mathematical problems is a very important part that must be owned and developed by students in learning mathematics. However, generally Indonesian students' abilities are very low in understanding complex information and problem solving. Therefore, this article aims to know: 1) the increase in Mathematical Problem Solving Ability (MPSA) of students who get Problem Based Learning (PBL) better than students who get conventional learning with a scientific approach is reviewed overall and based on KAM levels; 2) find out the interaction between PBL and conventional models with KAM level to MPSA; 3) the difference in MPSA increase of students who get PBL learning in terms of KAM level. The research method used was a quasi-experimental research design with a pretest-posttest control group design. The sample of 6 grade students of SMAN 2 Bangkinang Kota class XI totaling 183 students. The instrument in this article is a MPSA test using t-test, two-way ANOVA test and one-way ANOVA test. The results in this study were: 1) the increase in MPSA of students who received PBL learning was better than students who received conventional learning in terms of overall and KAM; 2) there is a significant interaction between PBL and conventional models with KAM level to MPSA; and 3) there is a difference in the increase in MPSA of students who get PBL learning in terms of KAM level significantly.
Sari Rahmawati
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 4, pp 594-606; doi:10.31258/jes.4.3.p.594-606

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This research was a case study research that aimed to investigate the application of Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) in a speaking class at MAN Lubuk Alung. The subject of the study was a certified High School English teacher in Lubuk Alung who has 25 years teaching experience. The teacher’s speaking class was observed whether or not matched with the principles of CLT. The data were analyzed through some steps of qualitative data analysis, they are data managing, reading, describing, classifying, and interpreting. The result of the research revealed that the process of teaching speaking were not appropriate with CLT principles. Conversely, she seemed still to apply the characteristics of conventional teaching method.
Lastri Lastri, Sri Kartikowati, Sumarno Sumarno
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 4, pp 679-693; doi:10.31258/jes.4.3.p.679-693

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This study aims to analyze the factors that affect student achievement in the Department of Economic Education at the Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teacher Training of UIN Suska Riau. Population of this study was 201 students with a sample of 100 people. Data collected using questionnaire and documentation instrument. The data analysis technique used multiple regression analysis. The results showed that learning motivation has a positive and significant effect on learning achievement. The learning interest has a positive and significant effect on learning achievement. The family environment has a positive and significant effect on learning achievement, and teh learning motivation has also a positive and significant effect on learning achievement. There is a joint influence of learning motivation, interest in learning, family environment and learning models, together on learning achievement.
Yunita Danora, Sumar Hendayana, Asep Supriatna
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 4, pp 478-486; doi:10.31258/jes.4.3.p.478-486

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This study aims to analyze students' critical thinking skill in exploiting covalent bond material. The method applied in this study was descriptive qualitative with a case study approach. It was conducted at one of high schools in Bandung were the participants were the tenth grade students’. The instruments used for data collection were audio, video and observation sheets. The collected data were analyzed using Transcript Based Lesson Analysis (TBLA). The results indicated that three out of twelve indicators of critical thinking skill had been identified in learning covalent bonds. The three indicators are formulating questions, answering the “why” questions, and identifying differences. The low achievement of critical thinking indicators was due to the method used in teaching which is still informative or transferring knowledge from teacher to student (teacher-centered) without giving sufficient time for students to reflect the material presented, link it with prior knowledge, or apply it in real life situations.
Rita Arianti
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 4, pp 607-619; doi:10.31258/jes.4.3.p.607-619

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The background of this study was due to students’ activities which do not support the achievement of learning objectives for writing news texts so that students' grades are low and do not reach the Minimal Completion Criteria (70) set at school. The purpose of this study is to improve student learning activities and outcomes in writing news texts through the application of Think Pair Share model. The type of this research is qualitative. The research method that used in this research was descriptive method. This research was conducted in 2 cycles, each cycle consisting of four stages, they are: planning, implementing, observing, and reflecting. The results of these study were (1) the quality of student activity in the pretest was 44% increased to 68% in the first cycle, and increased again in the second cycle to 90%, the quality of student learning activities increased from sufficient quality to very high quality, (2 ) an increase in mastery learning results from pretest 48.14% with an average class of 69.44 to 70.37% in the first cycle with average class of 75.19, increase in the second cycle to 100% with average class at 90,55. Based on the result of the study it can be concluded that the application of the Think Pair Share model can increase the activities and learning outcomes of grade VIII students of SMP Negeri 7 Rambah Samo in writing news texts.
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