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ISSN / EISSN : 1907-3224 / 2527-9998
Published by: Universitas Hamzanwadi (10.29408)
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Siti Nur Rohmah, Nadia Fikrotun Nisa'
Published: 31 July 2022
Journal: Educatio
Educatio, Volume 17, pp 84-96; https://doi.org/10.29408/edc.v17i1.5800

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Teaching materials are generally used as a reference in supporting the learning process because they consist of learning materials that play an important role in helping learning activities. The development of knowledge and technology makes teaching materials develop in various forms and types, one of which is technology-based teaching materials. The presence of teaching materials must be an alternative in order to solve problems in the classroom. This study aims to develop interactive learning media about Management Concepts This teaching material was developed because there were various learning problems experienced by students at SMA Tuban. These teaching materials are compiled through the Articulate Storyline 3 application software with research and development methods through the ADDIE approach (Analyze, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation). It is known that the results of the trials that have been carried out have shown that the teaching materials developed meet the appropriate criteria. Through the preparation of these teaching materials, the writer hopes that students can learn independently in the current era of educational technology, then can increase the enthusiasm of students' learning so that they can realize the value of satisfying learning outcomes.
Husnul Mukti, B Fitri Rahmawati, M. Marzuki Marzuki
Published: 31 July 2022
Journal: Educatio
Educatio, Volume 17, pp 41-53; https://doi.org/10.29408/edc.v17i1.5520

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The Sasak community has a diversity of customs, arts, and culture as well as traditions that have been passed down from generation to generation, including the Belaq Tangkel tradition which is part of the ritual during the first pregnancy. This study aims to find the concept of science in the ritual of belaq tangkel in the tradition of the Sasak tribe that can be implemented in learning. This research is an ethnographic study. Data were collected through various literature studies, field observations, and interviews with informants who understand the implementation of the Belaq Tangkel ritual in the traditions of the Sasak people. The results of this study indicate that in the Sasak community, pregnancy is considered a gift (paice) given by God to a family. Therefore, the phases of pregnancy are greeted with certain rituals which are a form of gratitude for being given this gift. One of the rituals performed is the Belaq Tangkel ritual. This ritual is carried out when the womb enters the age of 7 months. The Belaq Tangkel (breaking coconut) ritual is a ritual to ask God Almighty, so that the mother will be facilitated in the birthing process and the child will become a pious and pious child like water and the contents of a clean and white coconut. This ritual tradition is a tradition passed down from generation to generation from the ancestors which is believed to be a ritual to honor the child in the womb and is a deposit that must be guarded and protected and given love by both parents. The Belaq Tangkel tradition is carried out in two stages. The stages of the ritual are reconstructed from the original knowledge of the community into scientific knowledge that has the potential to be used as a science learning resource.
Ardiansyah Ardiansyah, Hapsawati Taan, Eka Sartika
Published: 31 July 2022
Journal: Educatio
Educatio, Volume 17, pp 63-69; https://doi.org/10.29408/edc.v17i1.5641

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The cleanliness of the library is one of the factors that attract students' interest in studying in the library. The condition of the dirty library environment and the lack of supporting facilities make students discourage their intention to study in the library. The cleanliness of the library is a mediator on students' reading interest in their learning satisfaction in the library. This study aims to analyze the effect of reading interest on learning satisfaction and the effect of the moderating variable of library cleanliness in moderating reading interest on student learning satisfaction. This research takes a quantitative approach with the field study method as its methodology and method. The Moderated Regression Analysis model is used together with the Pertial Least Square analysis. The population in this research is students who use the library for reading activities. Simple random sampling technique was used in this research. The results of this study are first, reading interest has an effect on learning satisfaction, second, library cleanliness has an effect on learning satisfaction and third, library cleanliness can mediate the influence of reading interest on student learning satisfaction.
Rahma Dewi, Maya Ulfah Sutarba, Unidah Unidah, Syifa Ur Rahmi, Yudi Hadiansyah
Published: 31 July 2022
Journal: Educatio
Educatio, Volume 17, pp 70-76; https://doi.org/10.29408/edc.v17i1.5725

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Learning media is important to support the success of the learning process. It needs different attention and innovation in making learning media, especially on natural pollution materials. This is so that students can understand pollution and what they must do to minimize pollution. In addition, this study aims to determine the improvement of students' understanding of environmental pollution material through interactive video media. The experimental method with a quasi-experimental design will be used in this study. While the research instruments are the pretest and post-test methods. The research was conducted between experimental and control classes, with different learning methods. In the control class, learning activities are conventional, while in experimental classes, learning methods are carried out using interactive media (videos). The results of the study are known to have a significant influence on the application of interactive video media in improving the understanding of students. Influence and Improvement mainly on cognitive learning outcomes. So interactive video media on environmental pollution materials need to be applied by subject teachers so that learning is more effective and easy for students to understand.
Fitriyana Fitriyana, Subiyantoro Subiyantoro
Published: 31 July 2022
Journal: Educatio
Educatio, Volume 17, pp 21-30; https://doi.org/10.29408/edc.v17i1.5306

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In preparing the National Assessment/Assessment, the right strategy is needed from the head of the madrasa for the implementation of the assessment process so that students can follow the assessment process properly without any obstacles. The research that will be conducted aims to find out the strategies prepared by the madrasa head in preparing students to take part in the National Assessment (AN) at MIN 1 Yogyakarta. The method in this study uses a qualitative method with a descriptive approach. The data collection system is done through interviews, observation, and documentation. The data analysis technique uses the Miles Huberman data analysis model as quoted by Sugiyono which consists of 3 (three) related processes, namely data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion drawing/verification. Based on the research results, it can be seen that the National Assessment is designed to map the education system which will later be used as a reference for improving and evaluating the quality of education in each educational unit. Efforts made by the head of the madrasa to prepare students for the AKM (Minimum Competency Assessment) are by providing additional study hours and facilitating books to support the success of the program. However, the program cannot be fully implemented due to the pandemic. The supporting factors in the success of the National Assessment at MIN 1 Yogyakarta are the support and willingness of the madrasa head to be responsible and special supporting book facilities to be given to teachers and students of the National Assessment.
Supartin Supartin, Hidjrawaty Tantu, Mursalin Mursalin, Asri Arbie, Ritin Uloli, Dewa Gede Eka Setiawan
Published: 31 July 2022
Journal: Educatio
Educatio, Volume 17, pp 12-20; https://doi.org/10.29408/edc.v17i1.5283

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Learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic underwent significant changes, the implementation of learning which was initially carried out face-to-face at school, became learning from home/belajar dari rumah (BDR). On the other hand, the strategy should make students think at a higher level. Based on observations, it was found that students were still very lacking in understanding physics learning and learning methods that seemed monotonous and boring. So to overcome these problems, the application of a problem based learning model is carried out. This study aims to determine the effect of applying the problem-based learning model in online learning on student learning outcomes in heat material. This type of research is included in the type of quantitative research. The research method used is experimental. Subjects in the study were students of SMP Negeri 6 Gorontalo City in class VII. It consisted of three (3) classes, namely the experimental class, replication 1, and replication 2. The instrument used in this study was a written test (essay) consisting of pre-test and post-test. test. The process of collecting data through written tests in the form of pretest and posttest to see the consistency of the influence of student learning outcomes. The data analysis technique used is the normalized gain test (n-gain), the normality test of the hypothesis test data. The results show that learning by applying the Problem Based Learning model can affect student learning outcomes. This is shown through the hypothesis testing criteria where for the experimental class tcount 7.304 is greater than ttable 2,035, for replication class 1 tcount 8,266 the value is more dominant than ttable 2,037, and for replication class 2 tcount 9,658 is greater than ttable 2,037 so it can be said that the test the hypothesis tcount is more dominant than ttable, this can be interpreted that the Problem Based Learning model is quite influential in student learning outcomes.
Marfuatun Marfuatun, Siti Sarah, Nusuki Nusuki, Yosi Nur Kholisho Kholisho
Published: 31 July 2022
Journal: Educatio
Educatio, Volume 17, pp 110-119; https://doi.org/10.29408/edc.v17i1.5921

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Counseling service often used in schools provides classical guidance services, but this service often causes boredom. So that a counselor is often given a refresher by giving an ice-breaking. Ice-breaking forms are very diverse, ranging from average body stretching to games. The existence of local games needs to be appointed as an ice breaker to introduce children who currently do not know many traditional games around them. However, the teacher's lack of creativity makes the variety of ice breakers used in service delivery, especially ice breaking, based on local wisdom. That an ice-breaking guide was made as a teacher guide, so the purpose of this study was to develop a media for guidance and counseling services in the form of an ice-breaking guide book with a practical and effective local wisdom approach used when carrying out services for students. The method used in this study is Research and Development (R&D) concerning the ADDIE development model (Analysis, design, development, implementation, evaluation). Based on the results of the feasibility test of media experts on the ice breaking guide book with the local wisdom approach, it can be seen that the ice breaking guide book product with the Lombok local wisdom approach can be categorized as "Eligible" 33.96 < X 41.88 with a total score of 37, while the results of the feasibility test material experts are in the "Very Eligible" category (X > 41.88). The results of user responses get a percentage of 80%, which is in the high category so that it can be concluded that the ice breaking guide book with an approach to local knowledge of the Lombok area.
Muhamat Irkan Darise, Masri Kudrat Umar, Tirtawaty Adjul, Raghel Yunginger, Ritin Uloli, Nova Elysia Ntobuo
Published: 31 July 2022
Journal: Educatio
Educatio, Volume 17, pp 54-62; https://doi.org/10.29408/edc.v17i1.5545

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Therapping of Student Worksheets (LKPD) has not been carried out optimally, so many practicum activities are not carried out due to limited tools and materials, this affects the results of learning physic is still relatively low. So there is a need for LKPD feasibility research. The purpose of the study was to see the feasibility of the Student Worksheet document (LKPD) on online learning and physics learning outcomes in high school. This type of research is descriptive quantitative, describing the feasibility of LKPD documents and analyzing learning outcomes quantitatively. The research subjects were physics teachers and students totaling 304. Research data were obtained through observations and tests, which were analyzed by percentage scores and analysis of the Rach model. The eligibility data of LKPD documents used by teachers in online learning in three schools are in accordance with the standards set by BSNP reviewed based on aspects of content eligibility, language, presentation, and graphicness, obtaining an overall percentage of 77.08%,78.13% and 74.58% of the good category.  Hasil learned to be analyzed using the Rach model obtained the reliability of items and person items of 0.98 good categories and alpha cronbac 0.47 with sufficient categories, this shows the level of difficulty of the questions is quite good. The use of LKPD in online learning obtained diverse learning outcomes, student learning outcomes at SMAN 1 North Gorontalo with an average score of 65.66 with sufficient categories, SMAN 5 North Gorontalo with an average score of 67.76 with good categories and SMAN 6 North Gorontalo with 61.09 with sufficient categories.
Ali Mansur, Ridwan Ridwan
Published: 31 July 2022
Journal: Educatio
Educatio, Volume 17, pp 120-130; https://doi.org/10.29408/edc.v17i1.5922

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Generation Z is a generation that, since childhood, has been familiar with technology. In reality, many millennial children are now found drifting in the vortex of social media, where they experience phubbing, an addiction to smartphones where they are willing to hurt their friends around them, which is a challenge for the world of education. Educational institutions need to be ready to carry out their duties to build a character who is faithful and pious, good character, knowledgeable, healthy, and so on. Guidance and Counseling teachers (counselors) need to realize that solving individual problems is complicated because each violation will harden the heart. Hence, this study aims to map the characteristics of generation Z students with their needs for guidance and counseling. The characteristics of Generation Z are a continuation of the millennial generation, where they are already small familiar with digital media. They need to undergo education and guidance appropriate to their time. Can the characteristics of Generation Z be served and their needs met with services in guidance and counseling? This question was answered by conducting qualitative research in a document study, and data analysis was carried out using Recouer's interpretation technique. The analysis results show that Generation Z's characteristics are relevant to services in the fields of Guidance and Counseling. It is just that the four areas that have been implemented so far, namely the personal, social, study, and career fields, need to be added by prioritizing the spiritual field and the field of family guidance
Aziz Rizki Miftahul Ilmi, Masduki Duryat, Muh. Aripin Nurmantoro
Published: 31 July 2022
Journal: Educatio
Educatio, Volume 17, pp 97-109; https://doi.org/10.29408/edc.v17i1.5802

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E-learning madrasah is a learning media that aims to facilitate learning activities in order to get good learning outputs during the covid-19 pandemic. The results of a preliminary study conductedon all MTs Negeri in indramayu districts during covid-19 showed that there were still many teachers who had not yet utilized this learning media in the learning they have done and the output of learning outcomes had decreased. This decrease can be seen from the average repetition of 54 from the Minimum Completeness Criteria (MCC) which is set at 76. This study aims to explain the supporting and inhibiting factors experienced by students and teachers in learning science using madrasa e-learning during the covid-19 pandemic. The research method used in this study is a qualitative method with a case study type. This research was conducted on science learning at the madrasah tsanawiyah level in Indramayu districts. Respondents involved in this study were 458 class VIII students and five madrasah tsanawiyah teachers who were selected using two sampling techniques, namely cluster random sampling and purposive sampling. The supporting instruments in this study were observation sheets and interview sheets. Observation sheets were used to collect data related to the use of e-learning madrasah in science learning. Meanwhile, the interview sheets were used to obtain information about respondents' experiences in using e-learning madrasah and to digest information about the observed phenomena. The results showed that the use of e-learning madrasah in science learning had inhibiting and supporting factors including IT (Information and Technology) capabilities, adequate equipment, learning methods and modes, characteristics of teaching materials, network availability, parental support, and training on the use of e-learning madrasah for students. These seven things act as supporting factors and inhibiting factors that support the characteristics of each school.
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