Journal of Educational Sciences

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ISSN / EISSN : 2581-1657 / 2581-2203
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Yulvisriani Yulvisriani, Evi Suryawati, Fitri Suzanti
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 4, pp 821-833; doi:10.31258/jes.4.4.p.821-833

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This study aims to look at the role of empowerment Science Teachers Association (MGMP IPA) in improving the Professional competence of science teachers in the city of Dumai, Indonsia. This type of research was descriptive qualitative. The population of this study were all teachers in MGMP IPA Dumai. The research sample was 70 teachers who were members of the MGMP IPA Dumai. Data collection technique were using questionaires and test. The result showed that average professional ability of the teachers was 74 in good categories, pedagogical average was 61 in the moderate category and PCK was 56 in the moderate category. This shows that MGMP IPA Dumai has not fully played a role in increasing the professional competence of teachrers.
Owodunni Adewale Saka
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 4, pp 705-717; doi:10.31258/jes.4.4.p.705-717

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The need to learn programming to solve many complex problems facing humankind necessitated this study. The purpose of the study was to collect information about students’ perceptions and experiences after exposure to the think-pair-share programming strategy. The sample consisted of 12 senior secondary school two students offering computer studies in Ijebu zone, Ogun State, Nigeria purposively selected from the two experimental groups. The data were collected through one-on-one in-depth interviews of the respondents using a Student Interview Guide (SIG). The data analysis was through thematic content analysis procedure. The study found that the respondents perceived the think-pair-share programming strategy helpful to learn programming concepts with or without computers. The study also found that the use of computer was more useful for the acquisition of programming skills than without the use of computers. Moreover, the study found that programming without computers was perceived to improve thinking. Therefore, the study argued that teachers should adopt the use of think-pair-share programming strategy for learning how to write programs notwithstanding the availability of computers due to its ability to aid knowledge retention.
Siti Hafsah Harahap, Wan Syafi’I, Sri Wulandari
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 4, pp 735-747; doi:10.31258/jes.4.4.p.735-747

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This study aims to develop student worksheets (LKPD) based on scientific literacy on the digestive system subject of class XI IPA high school. The small group test was conducted at SMAN 4 Dumai, because the LKPD used so far had not been based on scientific literacy so the scientific literacy ability of students was still low. This type of research was a research and development model of Borg and Gall. The validity instruments were the RPP, the LKPD, and the question validation sheets. The practicality instrument was a questionnaire of teacher and student responses. The validator consists of 2 lecturers (subject and education experts) and 2 teachers (practitioners). The data obtained is qualitative data converted to quantitative data. RPP validation results from 7 aspects of 3.8 (valid). LKPD validation of 3.77 (valid) includes content aspects of 3.92, linguistic 3.63, content 3.67, and characteristics of 3.85. LKPD is classified as practical after being tested on 15 class XII science students who have received food digestion subject before. The results of the response of students by 3.51 from 3 aspects, namely subject, language and presentation. The results of teacher responses amounted to 3.77. It can be concluded that the LKPD developed is feasible and practically used in the learning process.
Fatma Fatma, Gimin Gimin, Suarman Suarman
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 4, pp 727-734; doi:10.31258/jes.4.4.p.727-734

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This research was motivated by the low interest in saving students at Bank Mini SMK Muhammadiyah 2 Pekanbaru, which was only 36% of the total number of students. The aim of this study is to analyze the factors that influence the students interest in saving at the Mini Bank SMK Muhammadiyah 2 Pekanbaru. This research used descriptive methods. As a result, there is a partial effect of students 'saving knowledge, student saving motivation, student pocket money, and bank services, on students' interest in saving at Bank Mini SMK Muhammadiyah 2 Pekanbaru. As well as the joint effect of student saving knowledge, student saving motivation, student pocket money and bank services on student saving interest. It can be concluded that there is a significant and positive influence on student saving knowledge, student saving motivation, student pocket money, and bank services either partially or jointly towards students' interest in saving at Bank Mini SMK Muhammadiyah 2 Pekanbaru.
Elvitri Nofriza, Usman Rery, Asmadi M Noer
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 4, pp 748-757; doi:10.31258/jes.4.4.p.748-757

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The development of technology today has a huge impact on education, especially in the learning process. Therefore, an educator must be able to adapt the learning process to technological developments. One way to apply technology development in learning systems is to use e-modules in the learning process. The purpose of this study is to use guided inquiry-based e-modules to see the magnitude of the increase in students' critical thinking skills in the material reaction rate after using guided inquiry-based e-modules. The research method used a quasy experiment with a pretest-postest design using two classes as the experimental class and the control class. The sample in this study were students of State Senior High School (SMAN) 1 Sebrida Indragiri Hulu class XI. The results obtained were an increase in students' critical thinking abilities from before the use of guided inquiry-based e-modules. After the use of e-module based guided inquiry. This increase is seen from the comparison between the experimental class and the control cash class. The experimental class using e-module has a higher critical thinking ability of students than the control class that does not use e-module in the learning process.
Yusuf Falaq
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 4, pp 802-812; doi:10.31258/jes.4.4.p.802-812

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This article is the result of thinking about the position of citizenship education in higher education as a bastion of the nation's character in facing the era of Society 5.0. The national education system Citizenship Education is an integrative part that is realized in the form of curriculum and learning in all lines and levels of education. Various functions and roles of citizenship education in the context of achieving national education goals are designed, and implemented as a form of manifestation. The nation's character is absolutely necessary in the middle of Era Society 5.0 which demands that society be able to control and balance the ability of artificial intelligence and social intelligence to solve all kinds of national problems. Society 5.0 provides an illustration that everything can be mobilized and linked through data, including as an effort to overcome social problems. In conclusion, students are equipped with skills needed in the era of society 5.0, including: leadership, digital literacy, communication, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, global citizenship. Citizenship education has the challenge of presenting critical, constructive and innovative thinking knowledge and skills by not leaving emotional, social and spiritual intelligence firmly entrenched as mandated in the Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution.
Haidi Haidi, Wan Syafi’I, Imam Mahadi
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 4, pp 849-863; doi:10.31258/jes.4.4.p.849-863

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The validity of textbooks is an important thing before it is used in the learning. This study aims to determine the level of validity of the 2013 curriculum-based biology textbook that is integrated to the ayat Kauniyah (Kauniyah verses). The research was conducted on the campus of the Master of Biology Education Study Program, FKIP, Riau University. The validation of the textbook was carried out by 5 validators consisting of 3 experts according to their fields and expertise, and 2 validators from education practitioners. The validators from the expert element consists of Plant Science expert, Animal Science expert and one expertist on the integration of kauniyah verses. While the validator from the education practitioner element consists of 2 SMAIT teachers who are members of the city biology subject teacher deliberation (MGMP) Pekanbaru. The developed Biology textbooks based on the 2013 curriculum with the integration of kauniyah verses were declared very valid with an average of 95.20%. If detailed based on indicators, the results obtained are 94.44% in appearance aspects (very valid), 96.53% content aspects (very valid), 97.22% presentation aspects (very valid), 95.00% linguistic aspects (very valid) ) and aspects of the kauniyah verses 92.82% (very valid).
Megh Raj Dangal , Megh Raj Dangal
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 4, pp 917-929; doi:10.31258/jes.4.4.p.917-929

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The main aim of this research paper is to explore the dynamism of availability and use of textbooks in school education of Nepal and giving recognition to pedagogical attributes and quality assurance competencies. Textbooks are reliable and trusted supporting materials that provide deeper understanding of critical concepts on the subject matter. The hermeneutic discussion with five secondary teachers and twenty students from community school of Nepal reports the necessity and glory of textbooks in the daily practices in the classrooms which ultimately equipped for knowledge economy and enhancing skill development for the sustainable growth of the nation. The availability of textbooks provides a mental framework for teachers and students on what and how to teach students and what to learn in the classroom. The research was conducted with the purposive sample with 25 participants of community school from urban and rural area of Nepal. The findings of the research made clear that the availability and use of textbooks are not same and the government of Nepal must allocate sufficient budget to provide textbooks to the school going students so that availability and use of textbooks will be creatively enhanced and also develop the culture of using textbooks and sharing with their friends in the classrooms shaping their future and academic success.
Ade Putri, Kartini Kartini, Putri Yuanita
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 4; doi:10.31258/jes.4.4.p.864-880

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This research is based on the limited discovery learning based learning tools that integrate 21st-century skills. The purpose of this study is to produce a valid and practical discovery learning-based of the learning tools that integrate to 21st-century skills in trigonometric material. The development model used the 4D model which consists of the define, design, develop, and disseminate stages. The tools being developed were syllabus, lesson plans, and student worksheets. The instrument used was a validity instrument in the form of a validation sheet, practical instruments in the form of student response questionnaires, and observation sheets. The data collection technique was carried out by distributing questionnaires and observations. The limited trials were conducted on 16 students of class XII MIPA 1 SMA Babussalam Pekanbaru, while practicality trials were carried out in class XI MIPA 2 SMA Babussalam Pekanbaru. The data analysis technique used in this research is quantitative data analysis and qualitative data analysis. From the results of data processing obtained an average syllabus validation result of 3.20; lesson plans 3.36; and student’s worksheet 3.43. The average student response questionnaire results in limited trials and field trials were 85.75% and 91.25%, respectively, with the very practical category. The average result of the observation sheet on the implementation of learning activities was 87%. It can be concluded that the learning tools developed are valid and practical.
Wulandari Wulandari, Wawan Wahyu, Wahyu Sopandi
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 4, pp 813-820; doi:10.31258/jes.4.4.p.813-820

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The purpose of this study was to observe whether the examined learning design can improve students' creativity. at the petroleum lesson by using the examined learning design. This research was conducted in Madrasah Aliyah Negeri 2 Takengon. The preferred samples were three second-grade students, a chemical teacher, and two expert lecturers. In this study, the method was descriptive. as it involved two experts, who were lecturers, a chemical teacher, and three second-grade high school students. The data collections were carried out through external and internal feasibility tests. An internal feasibility test was conducted on the chemistry teacher and two expert lecturers, while an external feasibility test was conducted on the three second-grade students. Based on the results, the score results in almost every RADEC stage with a percentage of 91.6% and categorized as very strong, except for the sub-indicator of development creativity or enriching ideas acquired scores of 83.3%. These results imply that petroleum oil learning design with the RADEC model is applicable in the learning process to develop students’ creativity. students’ creativity could be improved by applying chemical learning that uses this learning design.
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