Journal of Educational Sciences

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ISSN / EISSN : 2581-1657 / 2581-2203
Published by: FKIP Universitas Riau (10.31258)
Total articles ≅ 180
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Dasni Elsa Meilianti, Yustina Yustina, Suwondo Suwondo
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 5, pp 287-295; https://doi.org/10.31258/jes.5.2.p.287-295

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This study aims to determine the increase in students' knowledge through the application of reference books based on socio-scientific issues with the theme of LGBT (Lesbi, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender) which have been developed previously and integrated into the reproductive system material in class XI humans. The research was conducted at SMA PGRI Pekanbaru. The method used in this research was a Research and Development. Sources of research data came from 50 Class XI MIPA students. Research design was One group pretest posttest only. Data collection obtained from the pretest and posttest results of students' knowledge. The results showed that the students' knowledge had increased in the posttest results from 52.8 to 86.7 with a relatively high increase (N-Gain 0.71). From the results of the study, it can be concluded that reference books based on socio-scientific issues with the LGBT theme can be used as additional biology learning media in high school on reproductive system material.
Putri Aulia Susanti, Nahor Murani Hutapea, Sehatta Saragih
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 5, pp 257-266; https://doi.org/10.31258/jes.5.2.p.257-266

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This research is motivated by the low students mathematical communication skills. To overcome this problem is by improving the learning process that provides opportunities for students. One of them is by applying the 5E Learning Cycle model. The 5E Learning Cycle model is a series of activities so that students can master the competencies achieved in learning by taking an active role, directed to seek and discover new knowledge themselves. The research is to investigate the impact of the application of Learning Cycle 5E on mathematical communication skills in terms of overall, ability level and, interaction between learning model and ability level. This research is a quasi-experimental study with a pretest post-test control design. The results of data analysis show that the mathematical communication skills of students who learn using the 5E learning cycle model are better than students with conventional learning. For students mathematical communication skills at the moderate level, the 5E learning cycle model is better, but not better for high and low levels. There is no interaction between the learning model and ability level of mathematical communication skills.
Nurfadilla Nurfadilla, Putri Yuanita, Zulkarnain Zulkarnain
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 5, pp 354-363; https://doi.org/10.31258/jes.5.2.p.354-363

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This study aims to determine the effect of using student worksheet (LKPD) based on the Problem Based Learning model on the mathematical problem solving abilities of students of class VIII SMP Negeri 2 Pangean. This type of research was a quasi-experimental study with a pretest – posttest control group design. The population was all students of SMP Negeri 2 Pangean Indonesia in the 2019/2020 school year. Sampling method was using random sampling technique. Based on the results of data analysis, the posttest mean score in the experimental class was 85.45 and the average value in the control class was 54.5, meaning that the average value of the experimental class was higher than the control class. The two-mean difference test using the t test was significant (2-tailed) 0.000 <α = 0.05, which means that the posttest score of students 'mathematical problem solving abilities was different from the average posttest score of students' mathematical problem solving abilities. which uses scientific learning. So it can be concluded that there is an effect of the Problem Based Learning model on students' mathematical problem solving abilities.
M Nor, Zuhdi Zuhdi, Asbiah Asbiah
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 5, pp 278-286; https://doi.org/10.31258/jes.5.2.p.278-286

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The learning media developed based on PowToon in global warming material for grade XI students high school. The purpose of this study was to design, analyze the feasibility, and assess the students responses to PowToon based learning media on global warming material. This type of research is a Research and Development (R&D) with the ADDIE model design. The research instrument used was the PowToon media validation assessment sheet which was used by the validator to assess the feasibility of the learning media. Students also filled out a questionnaire to see the responses to the PowToon media developed. The learning media developed after being assessed and given suggestions by the validator are said to be feasible with the valid category. Based on the research results, it was obtained that the average validation of the four media aspects was 86% with the valid category. The average validation of content aspects, design aspects, pedagogical aspects, and ease aspects in media use. As for the results of filling out the student questionnaire, the overall average was 83% with a good category. Where the average questionnaire motivation, learning outcomes, and scientific attitudes. Thus learning media based on PowToon is declared feasible with the valid category used as a learning media.
Farida Farida, Kartini Kartini, Sehatta Saragih
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 5, pp 325-340; https://doi.org/10.31258/jes.5.2.p.325-340

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The student learning activities do not support developing mathematical problem solving abilities. One of the factors is the learning tools used have not provided the opportunity for students to hone their mathematical problem solving skills. This study aims to produce a valid and practical semester VIII class SMP mathematics learning device for use by using the Problem Based Learning Model with a scientific approach to the SPLDV material. This type of research is a development research with the ADDIE development model which includes the following steps: (1) analysis, (2) design, (3) development, (4) implementation, (5) evaluation. Data were collected through observation, interviews, and student response questionnaires. The subjects of this study were students of class VIII MTS GUPPI Bandar Sungai. Data analysis techniques used qualitative and quantitative statistics. Based on the results of data analysis, information was obtained that the learning device met the valid and practical criteria. The results of the validity of the learning tools in the form of a syllabus with a percentage of 82.99%, RPP 85.75% and LKPD of 83.23% fulfilled the validity level, namely valid. The results of the practicality of the learning tools seen from the student response questionnaire were 92%, these results met the practicality level, which was very practical, while in terms of the teacher's observation sheet it fulfilled the practicality level of 87.78% fulfilling the very practical level.
Rabia Hidayanti Arnan, Evi Suryawati, Imam Mahadi
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 5, pp 224-234; https://doi.org/10.31258/jes.5.2.p.224-234

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This research is a descriptive study that aims to produce a test instrument for the knowledge of candidates for Biology Education undergraduate candidates for the Technologhy Pedagogy and Content Knowledge (TPACK) and Indonesian National Qualifications Framework. The study was a development with plomp models conducted at the stage of development. Data collection was done by validation and testing. Validation aims to look at the alignment of experts' opinions, while testing serves to see the handling of the problem by analyzing the test results. Data obtained from test results analysis using rasch modelling with the help of the winstep software. The results of the analysis are in the form of the value of reliability, unidimensionality, level of difficulty, distinguishing power, distractor and person - item map. The results showed that the number of valid questions was 63 items, the number of questions that were invalid or not accepted was 17 items. Invalid questions must be followed up in order to produce a good knowledge test instrument so that it can be used in measuring the mastery of TPACK for prospective teachers and biology teachers.
Sri Agustin, Henny Indrawati, Gimin Gimin
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 5, pp 296-311; https://doi.org/10.31258/jes.5.2.p.296-311

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This study aims to analyze the factors which affect the interests of majors in Madrasah Aliyah in Pekanbaru City. Total population of 1225 students with samples as many as 302 students obtained pro proportionately random sampling. Data collection using questionnaires and documentation. Then the data were analyzed descriptively and analyzed by Structural Equation Model (SEM). The results showed: (1) Parents' attention has a direct and significant effect on the interest in choosing a major, meaning that the greater the attention of parents, the higher the student's interest in choosing a major. (2) Parent’s attention and ideals not directly affect academic ability, and academic ability does not affect the interest of majors. it means that the size of the parents' attention and the student's aspirations does not affect the student's academic ability and interest in the chosen major. (3) Ambition job directly affects the interest to choose a major, which means that the level of ambition will be in line with how much desire and interest in the majors since according to their interests. This shows that interest in choosing a major can increase along with increasing parental attention and student ambitions.
Irmitha Mufida, Momo Rosbiono, Wahyu Sopandi
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 5, pp 244-256; https://doi.org/10.31258/jes.5.2.p.244-256

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This study aims to build students' creative thinking skills in the context of handling fish bone waste by using a Problem-Based Learning model. The research method applied was Developmental Research with pre-experimental research design one group pretest-posttest. This research was conducted at one of the MANs located in Medan City. The sample in this study were 32 students of class XI IPA in the even semester of the 2019/2020 school year. Research activities were carried out online with the help of the WhatsApp application and zoom. The research instrument used the form of 12 essay items on the validated student worksheets (LKS) and suitable for measuring students' creative thinking skills. The data obtained from this study were analyzed quantitatively using Microsoft Excel and SPSS software. The results showed that students' creative thinking skills in the context of handling fish bone waste by using a problem-based learning model were included in the "Good" category with an average overall percentage of 63%.
Afrida Ekayanti, Asmadi M Noer, Roza Linda
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 5, pp 312-324; https://doi.org/10.31258/jes.5.2.p.312-324

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The purpose of this study was the development of a chemoentrepreneurship based student worksheet (LKM) to increase the entrepreneurial interest in chemistry teacher candidates. The sample of this study was 115 students of the Department of Chemistry at the University of Riau and the State Islamic University (UIN) Sultan Syarif Kasim in the 6th semester of the 2019 academic year. The results obtained at the validation stage of MFI development were 95% with the valid category. The results of the small-scale test on the one-one test obtained an average percentage of 84.80% which was included in the very practical category. Furthermore, the lecturer response obtained an average percentage of assessment of 90.40% with the LKM category being well used in the learning process. The results of the small-scale trial assessment obtained an average percentage of the assessment of 85.16% which falls into the very practical category. The results of large-scale student assessments after using the LKM developed through filling out the student response questionnaires obtained an average score percentage of 80.63% with the practical category. The results of the increase in the entrepreneurial interest of UR students as a whole were 80.61, including the high category, and the results of the UIN students' interest in entrepreneurship as a whole were 81.64 including the very high category.
Suci Nitia Edwar, Yenita Roza, Kartini Kartini
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 5, pp 374-382; https://doi.org/10.31258/jes.5.2.p.374-382

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This research is motivated by the lack of LKPD that provides steps that can guide students to understand the concept of material and the designed model is not appropriate to construct students' knowledge independently and there are no contextual problems that cause lack of interaction between students. LKPD will be more optimal if it is based on a learning model that teaches how to solve a problem. With the LKPD Problem Based Learning Model (PBM) students can gain learning experiences that teach real skills, investigation, and problem solving. The purpose of this study was to produce student worksheets (LKPD) through the application of the problem-based learning model (PBM) of SD Negeri 163 Pekanbaru students on circle material. This type of research is development research using the Borg & Gall model. The instruments in this study were validation sheets and student response questionnaires. The results of the study showed that the validity test of three validators on the syllabus was 91% with very valid criteria. While the practicality test for LKPD with a response questionnaire to six students showed an average percentage of 90.52% with the very practical category.
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