Journal of Educational Sciences

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ISSN / EISSN : 2581-1657 / 2581-2203
Published by: FKIP Universitas Riau (10.31258)
Total articles ≅ 225
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Yuliana Tamu Ina Nuhamara, Yohbet Hunggujawa, Mayun Erawati Nggaba, Erwin Randjawali, Yuliana S. Eko, Irna N. Sanit
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 6, pp 178-187; https://doi.org/10.31258/jes.6.1.p.178-187

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This study has several objectives, obtaining a description of the characteristics of student errors, as well as factors that cause students of class VIII of State Junior High School to make mistakes in the settlement of relationships and functions. This type of research is qualitative descriptive. Class VIII students with a total of 27 people are the research subject. The technique in determining the research subjects is the purposive sampling technique. Data collection with written test techniques, interviews, and documentation. The data analysis techniques used are data reduction, data presentation, and data verification. Validity of data with triangulation of techniques and sources. The results of this study showed that students made 5 types of mistakes made by students on the settlement of relationships and fungi, namely mis-understanding of the concept of 19 students, errors in the use of data of 14 students, errors in interpreting the language of 18 students, technical errors of 26 students, and errors in the conclusion of 21 students. The factors that cause students to make mistakes in solving relationships and functions come from internal and external factors.
Syuhada Syuhada
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 6, pp 128-142; https://doi.org/10.31258/jes.6.1.p.128-142

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This research is a quantitative research with the Expost Facto method which aims to analyze and describe the influence of Principal Leadership, Rewards and Punishment from Principals on Teacher Discipline either partially or simultaneously. Data were collected using an instrument in the form of a closed questionnaire which was distributed to 93 respondents consisting of public elementary school teachers in the Dumai city after being tested for validity and reliability first. The results of the study show that partially Principal Leadership has a significant and positive effect on Teacher Discipline by 24.25% and it was the most dominant factor in influencing teacher discipline in this study. Reward from the Principal has a significant and positive effect on Teacher Discipline by 4.41%. Whilst, punishment from the Principal has a significant and positive effect on Teacher Discipline by 20.46%. Meanwhile, simultaneously the Principal's Leadership, Reward from Principal, and Punishment from Principal have a significant and positive effect on Teacher Discipline by 49.1%, while the remaining 50.9% is influenced by other variables outside of this study. This indicates that the principal’s leadership, reward and punishments from the principal do have an influence toward teacher discipline.
Dini Intania Sari, Wawan Wahyu, Wahyu Sopandi
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 6, pp 35-45; https://doi.org/10.31258/jes.6.1.p.35-45

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Student collaboration skills are one of the important things that can support 21st Century Skills. The purpose of this study is to develop students' collaboration skills in learning natural acid-base indicators using the appropriate learning model RADEC (Read, Answer, Discuss, Explain, Create). The research method used in this research is descriptive evaluative. This study involved 2 experts and 3 senior teachers to test the feasibility. A limited trial was given to 25 students from one of the State Senior High Schools (SMAN) in Rokan Hulu Regency, Riau Province. The instrument used is an internal due diligence sheet, an external feasibility test sheet, and an observation sheet on student collaboration skills. Data from the results of the feasibility test were scored, presented, tabulated, and categorized. Data from the results of observations and assessment reports are described and categorized. The results showed that the model RADEC was declared feasible based on internal, external, and feasibility tests TCOF. Students' collaboration skills are categorized as very good after learning through the model RADEC.
Juniar Juniar
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 6, pp 46-55; https://doi.org/10.31258/jes.6.1.p.46-55

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This study aims to analyze all the aspects in implementing Teacher Professionalism Develoment (PKB) of the SD Negeri teachers in Medang Kampai, Dumai, Indonesia. The research data sources were five principals and forty-seven elementary school teachers in Medang Kampai District. The data collection technique used observation, interview and documentation techniques. The data analysis technique used the Miles and Huberman model, namely data reduction, data display, and drawing conclusions. The results showed that (1) the reasons for teachers to follow PKB were to add insight, knowledge, creativity, and improve professional competence, orders from school principals, and for promotion, (2) the efforts of teachers in implementing PKB were to follow seriously, 3) the supporting and inhibiting factors in the implementation (PKB) that come from the Office, the school and themselves, (4) the efforts of teachers in overcoming obstacles to the implementation of PKB are involving teachers in PKB activities, providing as much related information as possible, motivating teachers to continue to be enthusiastic about participating in PKB activities.
Desy Haryani Z
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 6, pp 56-65; https://doi.org/10.31258/jes.6.1.p.56-65

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The analyzing whether parental income, socio-culture, and living environment are factors that cause children to drop out of school at SMP Negeri Rengat Barat District were investigated in this study. The study used a quantitative approach because the research data was in the form of numbers and the analysis uses statistics to test hypotheses. The types of data used in this study were primary data and secondary data. The data analysis technique used to solve the problem in this study was a quantitative analysis technique using the KMO test (Kaiser Meyer Olkin Measure of Sampling Adequacy) and Bartleets test of sphericity. The results showed that parents' income, socio-cultural and living environment were factors that caused children to drop out of school at the State Junior High School in West Rengat District. However, the correlation value of the living environment variable is greater than the socio-cultural variables and parents' income. Thus it can be interpreted that the dominant variable affecting children dropping out of school is the environment where they live because it has the highest correlation value. Then followed by socio-cultural and finally the income of parents.
Reski Ivon Friska, Parsaoran Siahaan, Sumar Hendayana
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 6, pp 143-157; https://doi.org/10.31258/jes.6.1.p.143-157

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Argumentation skills are included as an important features for critical thinking that need to be trained to students. Being involved in argumentation leads students to be able to put forward arguments that are supported by data and scientific reasoning. The purpose of this study was to analyze students' scientific argumentation skills on biotechnology material using the Argument-Driven Inquiry (ADI) model. The method in this study used a qualitative descriptive method. Students' scientific argumentation skills during the learning process were analyzed from transcripts of audio recordings and learning videos known as Transcript Based Lesson Analysis (TBLA). The results of this study indicate that learning with the Argument-Driven Inquiry (ADI) model can build students' scientific argumentation skills. The six categories of social negotiation have been identified from student conversations when involved in scientific arguments, but are still dominated by the idea construction components, namely information seeking and elaboration. Meanwhile, the components of criticism of ideas including challenging, supporting, rejecting and defending are not often used by students. This is due to the limited knowledge of students about the material and the low understanding of epistemic arguments where they are not accustomed to using scientific evidence to support their claims.
Suci Seftiani, Wan Syafii, Zulfarina Zulfarina
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 6, pp 24-34; https://doi.org/10.31258/jes.6.1.p.24-34

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This e-LKPD research used a guided inquiry learning model which aimed at analyzing the effect of e-LKPD on improving cognitive learning outcomes of high school students on the material of the circulatory system. The study used the One Group Pretest-Posttest design model with the research subjects of class XI MIPA 3. At the beginning of the implementation students were given pretest questions, then students studied e-LKPD using a guided inquiry learning model and were given posttest questions. This e-LKPD was developed using the ADDIE model. This model consists of 5 stages of development, namely the Analyze, Design, Development. Implementation and Evaluation stages. The results of the research on the development of e-LKPD showed that: The feasibility value by media experts was very valid 3.76 (94) and the feasibility value of material experts was very valid 3.42 (85.5). The feasibility value of practitioners was very good 3.79 (94.75 ). Students responses were very practical. The practicality test by students was called trial 1 3.59 (89.75) and trial 2 by students 3.64 (90.78). This showed that e-LKPD using the kvisoft flipbook maker produced in this research was considered feasible to be used in learning material of circulatory system. Cognitive learning outcomes of students using e-LKPD development results had increased from 30.4 to 90.35 with a high value increase (N-Gain: 0.85).
Ayu Andira
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 6, pp 168-177; https://doi.org/10.31258/jes.6.1.p.168-177

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The purpose of this research is to analyze the biological science literacy ability of students’ grade IX at Ujung Batu Junior High Schools. Students’ biological science literacy abilities are affected by many things, such as untrained students’ to solve characteristic questions such as the questions on PISA. This research used a descriptive method with a quantitative approach. The instrument used to capture students’ biological science literacy ability is a test. The research conducted at Ujung Batu Junior High Schools Accredited “A” population distributed in three schools with the population in this study was all the students in grade IX at Ujung Batu Junior High Schools in the 2019/2020 academic year. The Sampling technique used simple random sampling. The comprehensive scientific literacy score is 69.15, which is in the middle level. Based on aspects of scientific literacy (1) science content, amounted to 71.18 medium categories; (2) science process, 59.73 medium categories and (3) science context, 76.53 medium categories. The research conclusion is that there is a different capacity of students’ biological science literacy after using test questions on students’ scientific literacy ability.
Leni Ofrita
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 6, pp 116-127; https://doi.org/10.31258/jes.6.1.p.116-127

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This study aims to analyze the influence of principals' leadership and teacher morale, either partially or simultaneously, on the discipline of elementary school teachers in Cluster XII, Dumai. The population of this study were all elementary school teachers in the Gugus XII area of Dumai Timur with a total sample of 92 respondents. Determination of the sample using the Probability Sampling technique. The data obtained were then analyzed descriptively. The results of the study indicate that (1) There is a positive and significant influence of principal's leadership on teacher discipline. The better the principal's leadership, the more teacher discipline will increase. (2) There is a positive and significant effect of teacher work spirit on teacher discipline. The higher the work spirit of the teacher, the more the discipline of the teacher increases. (3) There is a positive and significant influence on the leadership of the principal and the work spirit of the teacher together (simultaneously) on teacher discipline. The better the leadership of the principal and the higher the work spirit of the teacher, the better the discipline of elementary school teachers in Cluster XII, Dumai Timur.
Suarni Suarni
Journal of Educational Sciences, Volume 6, pp 158-167; https://doi.org/10.31258/jes.6.1.p.158-167

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This study aims to determine the effect of principal's leadership on teacher work loyalty, the influence of teacher work culture on teacher work loyalty, and find out whether there is an effect of principal leadership and teacher work culture together on teacher work loyalty. The research method used a survey with a quantitative descriptive approach. The research population was included all of elementary school teachers in Cluster IV, Bukit Kapur sub-district, Dumai City was 117 teachers, with a total sample of 91 teachers. The sampling technique used Simple Random Sampling. Data collection techniques were carried out using a questionnaire. The results of the study indicated that there was a direct positive influence of principal's leadership on teacher work loyalty. There was a direct positive influence of teacher work culture on teacher work loyalty and there was an influence of principal's leadership and teacher work culture on teacher work loyalty together.
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