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Hirda Karnia, Maria Erna, Herdini Herdini
Edukimia, Volume 4, pp 033-043; https://doi.org/10.24036/ekj.v4.i1.a329

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This research is an innovation in the development of teaching materials that adapt 21st century learning, which focuses on the implementation of the development of science and technology. Therefore can be use to integrate of science technology based learning to improve the quality of individual competencies in accordance with the 2013 curriculum. The purpose is to produce integrated STEM E-modul on Acid Base Material. The research instruments were validation sheets and user response questionnaires. Validation has been assessed by the validator team with aspects of content, language, presentation, STEM and graphics. The trial was conducted at four high schools in Pekanbaru. The results percentage of the validation data considered as very valid. While the percentage of graphic aspects and software utilization considered as very valid. Then the percentage of the teacher response questionnaire considered as very good. The research results from the development of an integrated acid-base STEM e-module with 3D Pageflip Professional show that the e-module developed is feasible and valid to increase the involvement of students active roles, especially to train students scientific attitudes, interests and motivation.
Tim Editorial Edukimia
Edukimia, Volume 4, pp 001-003; https://doi.org/10.24036/ekj.v4.i1.a367

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Edukimia - Vol. 04, No. 01 (February 2022) - Front Cover, Contents, and Editorial
Hanan Habibah, Suryelita Suryelita
Edukimia, Volume 4, pp 024-032; https://doi.org/10.24036/ekj.v4.i1.a337

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The Covid-19 pandemic has an impact on the education sector, so technology is needed that can support the learning process, one of which is the use of e-learning. This research aims to develop and determine the validity of e-learning using Schoology based on Guided Discovery Learning (GDL) on the reaction rate material for class XI SMA or MA. The type of research used is development research using the plomp development model. The stages in the plomp model are limited to expert review and one to one evaluation, namely the prototype III. The expert review was carried out by six material expert validators and three media expert validators, while the one to one evaluation was carried out by three students with different abilities. The results of the assessment on each validity questionnaire were processed using the Aikens V formula. Based on the research results, e-learning using Schoology based on GDL model on the reaction rate material can be considered as valid. Further research is needed to determine the practicality and effectiveness of e-learning using Schoology based on GDL model.
Robiatul Adawiyah, Fajriah Azra
Edukimia, Volume 4, pp 018-023; https://doi.org/10.24036/ekj.v4.i1.a333

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The purpose of this study is to develop the Melonit applications an Android-based learning media on electrolyte and non-electrolyte solutions, and disclose the level of validity of the developed product regarding the validity of the content, construct and media. This type of research is Educational Design Research applying the Plomp development model, which consists of three stages, namely preliminary research, prototyping stage and assessment stage. The research instruments used were in the form of content validity questionnaires, constructs and media and one to one evaluation interview sheets. The results of processing the content and construct validity data were obtained at 0,89 with a valid category. Meanwhile, the validity of the media was obtained at 0,94 with a valid category. Research on android-based learning media applications that have been developed is valid, so that further research can be carried out on the practicality and effectiveness of the applications that have been developed.
Tim Editorial Edukimia
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Edukimia - Vol. 04, No. 01 (February 2022) - Back Cover
Zainuddin Muchtar, Siti Rahmah, Fauziyah Harahap, Catur Kurniawan, Nadya Ulfa, Fatayatul Hasniyah, Frandika Arif Chaniago, Mhd. Fadhillah, Junifa Layla Sihombing, Sri Adelila Sari, et al.
Edukimia, Volume 4, pp 010-017; https://doi.org/10.24036/ekj.v4.i1.a325

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Technological developments change the researchers and educators thinking towards online learning. Various innovations were carried out to support effective online learning which suitable with the student competencies. As there is urgency for carrying practicum activities to achieved Course Learning Achievement (Capaian Pembelajaran Mata Kuliah (CPMK)) for the basic chemistry subject, there is need to make some innovation, which is by making practicum video. It could stimulate students critical thinking because it was presented with visual representations. It could overcome the limitations of space and time and could be used repeatedly. The research type was Research and Development with the Borg and Gall development model. The final product will be disseminated through YouTube platform which is integrated with sipda.unimed.ac.id. Validation results in media design and material aspect showed that the product was declared very valid with an average value of 86.87 percent and 97.92 percent, respectively. Meanwhile, the responses from 30 students showed that the product was very practical with an average score of more than 90 percent and was suitable with learning objectives of the basic chemistry course especially the periodic system of elements.
Dwi Bagus Rendy Astid Putera, Wiwin Puspita Hadi, Siti Aisyah
Edukimia, Volume 4, pp 004-009; https://doi.org/10.24036/ekj.v4.i1.a324

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Learning by applying games will attract students attention. This research developed the UNO card game that used the concept of elemental chemistry, especially the main groups. Each card will have a bar code that contains information links related to the elements on the card. The product integrated with the values of Madura local wisdom. The process of making elemental chemistry UNO card media used the ADDIE development model. The trial was conducted on 25 students of class XII in one of the MA and SMA in Sampang and Pamekasan districts. The results of the validation of the UNO card for chemistry elements in the media aspect obtained an average of 96.09 (very valid) and the material aspect obtained an average of 91.70 (very valid). very good category with a value of 93 percent ease of obtaining indicators, 91 percent interest, and 87 percent usefulness. The results of the average percentage of high school students’ responses after using the elemental chemistry UNO card media obtained a very good category with an indicator value of 79 percent ease of obtaining, 80 percent interest, and 84 percent usefulness. Elementary chemistry UNO card learning media can make it easier for students to learn elemental chemistry.
Nadya Ulfa, Ani Sutiani
Edukimia, Volume 3, pp 161-166; https://doi.org/10.24036/ekj.v3.i3.a299

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Teaching material is one of the aspects to improve scientific literacy skills had by students, but based on the analysis of school textbooks, especially on acid-base materials, 2 chemistry textbook do not yet have the maximum application of scientific literacy. The aim of this research is to develop acid base e-module based on scientific literacy. The method implemented is Research and Development (R and D) method by Borg and Gall which is limited to 7 out of 10 stages. The instrument used in this study was questionnaire of validity and practicality. Validation was carried out by 5 validators while the practicality test was distributed to 2 chemistry teachers and 20 students of Class XI Science of SMA Negeri 10 Medan. Based on the validation results obtained from the validators, the average result is 4,70 which a very feasible criteria. The average value of teachers and students practicality responses was 4,60 and 4,42 with a very feasible criteria so it was concluded the acid-base e-module based on scientific literacy is valid, practical and also feasible to be used in learning activities for high school students. The follow-up of this research is to conduct a trial of the effectiveness of using e-modules in improving students’ scientific literacy skills.
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