Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika

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Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika, Volume 9; doi:10.26618/jpf.v9i1.4962

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Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika, Volume 9; doi:10.26618/jpf.v9i1.4960

Yasinta Embu Ika, Hamsa Doa
Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika, Volume 9, pp 35-45; doi:10.26618/jpf.v9i1.4764

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This study aims to determine the feasibility level of physics worksheets and to figure out the increase on student’s understanding after using the physics worksheets based on science process skills. This study is a development research employing ADDIE development model which consists of five stages, namely: analysis, design, development, and implementation. The design of this study was One Group Pretest-Posttest Design. The instruments used were validity assessment sheet, feasibility assessment sheet, questionnaire about the students’ response toward the worksheets based on science process skills, and assessment of science process skills. the data were analyzed by using percentage of agreement (R), and N-gain (g). The results showed that the physics students’ worksheet based on science process skills was feasible and could be used in learning as the feasibility level reached 97%. The students’ understanding of fluid material gained through working with the worksheets can improve students’ science process skills both at the basic level and at the integrated level. This is proven by the results of the initial test or pre-test which indicate that the students' science process skills affected the learning outcomes obtained in which 62.25% of students’ scores were in good category and 35.75% of students’ scores were in fair category. Meanwhile, in the final test or post-test of students' science process skills, it was obtained that 74.50% of students’ scores were in very good category and 25.50% of students’ scores were in the fair category. This means that there is an increase by 0.7 % in students' science process skills when using the students’ worksheets.
Muhammad Satriawan, Liliasari Liliasari, Wawan Setiawan, Ade Gafar Abdullah, Rosmiati Rosmiati
Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika, Volume 9, pp 1-13; doi:10.26618/jpf.v9i1.4386

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The lack of technological innovation in the utilization of ocean wave energy as a renewable energy source is caused by a lack of public knowledge about this matter. Therefore, it needs to be introduced early, especially to pre-service teachers through innovative and fun learning. The aim of this study was to identify the responses of pre-service physics teachers about the learning program to introduce the concept of utilizing ocean wave energy. The research subjects were 31 sixth semester students who are taking environmental physics lectures in the physics education study program at one of the teachers' university in West Nusa Tenggara Province for the 2019/2020 academic year. The sample was taken by using purposive sampling technique. Data collection was carried out by means of observation, interview, and questionnaire techniques. All data collected were then analyzed simultaneously descriptively. The findings of this study showed that almost 90% pre-service physics teacher students agreed that the learning program had a positive impact on increasing interest, motivation, critical thinking skills, and creative thinking skills, and made them easier to solve problems and grow solid cooperation. Therefore, it can be concluded that pre-service physics teacher students agree to the use of semi-assisted project-based learning programs with contextual problems.
Nisrina Nur Ramadhani, Frida Ulfah Ermawati
Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika, Volume 9; doi:10.26618/jpf.v9i1.4763

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Students' understanding on Physics concepts could be different from each other. Based on the conceptual diagnostic test, especially in five-tier format, the students' different understanding can be categorized into several conception levels. One of them is misconception. For example, students consider that all objects moving on a circular trajectory called uniform circular motion (UCM). According to the Physics concept, an object in UCM must meet three criteria: an object travels along a circular path, the radius of the path is always fixed, and the object moves at a constant speed. However, a standardized conceptual diagnostic test instrument in five-tier format is not yet available. This work aims to develop a five-tier diagnostic test instrument for UCM concepts, perform validity and reliability test and use the developed instrument to identify a number of students’ conception level. The research development method was employed to produce 15 valid and reliable questions. The validity test consisted of internal and external (content and construct empirical) aspects. The internal validity obtained was 88% (very valid). The content aspect, i.e. the false positive=4.95% and the false negative=5.59% both met the criteria 10%. The construct aspect obtained by a Pearson product moment correlation was (5% sig. level). The reliability level of the Alpha Cronbach coefficient shows that the developed instrument was valid and reliable. The limited trial result shows that the students’ conception levels on the UCM concepts was generally lack of knowledge.
Abdul Rahman. M, Muhammad Arsyad, Kaharuddin Arafah
Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika, Volume 9; doi:10.26618/jpf.v9i1.4499

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This research is a development research that aims to describe a valid profile of STEM-based teaching material development, analyze students' responses to the development of teaching materials and analyze the effectiveness of STEM-based teaching materials to examine creative thinking skills. This research was conducted at SMAN 9 Makassar in class XI MIA 6 consisting of 32 students as respondents. STEM-based physics learning was carried out 5 times on static and dynamic fluid material. Learning activities contain four elements, namely science, technology, engineering and mathematics, and the STEM results made are making hydraulic bridges and simple mosquito sprays from used materials. The development model used was ADDIE which consists of analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation. The ADDIE model is a development procedure carried out by producing a STEM-based physics learning product. The intended product is to produce a STEM-based physics teaching material, step-by-step. These steps are included in the teaching material that must be validated and ready to be used by the teachers in carrying out learning so that students can think creatively. The results showed the practicality of physics teaching material based on practical STEM. It was seen from the results of the responses of students and the responses of teachers who were in the very good category. Learning using STEM-based teaching materials is effective and can make students think creatively. This is shown in the fluency thinking indicator with a percentage of 74.58%, the flexible thinking indicator 71.25%, the original thinking indicator 81.56%, and the elaborative thinking indicator 82.03%, with an average percentage of 77.36% which is in the creative category.
Irma Sakti, Reski Idamayanti
Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika, Volume 9, pp 46-55; doi:10.26618/jpf.v9i1.4069

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This research aims to develop a valid, practical and effective basic physics practicum guide 2 used for students of the Physics Education Study Program of the Muslim University of Maros. This research employs a 4-D development model research with 4 stages, namely: Define Phase (Define), Planning Stage (Design), Development Stage (Develop), Dissemination Stage (Disseminate). The practicum guide was tested to 10 students of Physics Education in the even semester, the Academic Year of 2019/2020. The research instruments include validation sheets, observation sheets, and practicum assessment documentation. The results showed that the basic physics practicum guide 2 that was developed had met the valid criteria with a validity value of 0.93. Besides, the practices with the implementation of the device was mostly in category 3 and was found effective as 83% of the students reached scores above 70.
Andi Auliyah Warsyidah, Ardiansah Hasin
Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika, Volume 9, pp 25-34; doi:10.26618/jpf.v9i1.4212

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Science is concerned with how to understand nature systematically so that it is not only limited to mastering a collection of knowledge in the form of facts or concepts, but also as a process of discovery. An inductive approach can help students gather information and test it thoroughly, process information into concepts, and learn to manipulate these concepts. The aim of this study were 1) to describe the scientific performance of class VIII students of one of the schools in Bulukumba who were taught by using the experimental method with the Inductive Approach, 2) to describe the scientific performance of class VIII students of one of the schools in Bulukumba who were taught using conventional learning methods, 3) analyzing the scientific performance of class VIII students of one of the schools in Bulukumba which was higher. This research is a type of experimental research, with posttest design only control group design. The population in this study were all students of class VIII of one of the schools in Bulukumba which were divided into six classes. The sample in this study were students of class VIII1 as the experiment class and class VIII2 as the control class who were selected by class randomization technique. The instrument used in this study was the scientific performance test. The results showed that 1)the scientific performance of class VIII students of one of the schools in Bulukumba who were taught using the experimental method with the inductive approach was in the very high category, 2)the scientific performance of class VIII students of one of the schools in Bulukumba who were taught using conventional methods were in the medium category, and 3) the physics scientific performance of class VIII students of one of The schools in Bulukumba who were taught using the experimental method with an Inductive Approach was higher than those taught using the conventional method. The recommendation of this research is that inductive learning should be carried out on a broader scale, namely in other schools, especially in physics learning.
Boisandi Boisandi, Syarif Lukman Hakim Alsagaf
Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika, Volume 9, pp 14-24; doi:10.26618/jpf.v9i1.4379

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Electrical magnetic is a compulsory subject in the physics education program. One of the learning outcomes and graduates in the curriculum is to be able to analyze subject matter (pedagogical content knowledge). Researcher's observations during giving lectures on magnetic electricity showed that students paid less attention to the importance of understanding on the relationship between learning outcomes and teaching material during lectures. Thus, this phenomenon is appointed as one of the lecture evaluations in the study program. The lecture’s evaluation results in a recommendation to develop textbooks that are adjusted in learning outcomes and graduates that refer to the curriculum of the physics education program. It is not enough to stop here, the problem findings continue for online learning related to Work From Home policies during the pandemic. This of course requires the availability of references that can be open accessed. Hence, the researchers then attempted to develop electrical magnetic textbook based on PCK (pedagogical content knowledge) which contained material content and material content analysis according to learning outcomes and graduates in the curriculum of the Physics Education. This study aims to : (1) determine the feasibility of electrical magnetic textbook based on PCK according to experts. (2) determine the responses of students after using electrical magnetic textbook based on PCK. The research method uses research and development design by gathering information stages and references, designing, developing, product, validating, and revising the product. The research was conducted in 2020 in the physics education study program IKIP PGRI Pontianak. Data collection techniques are in the form of indirect communication techniques. Overall, electrical magnetic textbook based on PCK have been produced. The validation results show that textbooks have an average validation score of 77.77% with Eligible criteria. The students’ responses analysis show that textbooks developed have an average score of 78.52% with high criteria. After the revision, the textbook was presented with an online ISBN and open access on the online media
Moh. Reghi Mamonto, Abdul Haris Odja, Tirtawaty Abdjul
Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika, Volume 9; doi:10.26618/jpf.v9i1.4361

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This study aims to find out the students’ learning outcomes in the application of e-learning through the use of WhatsApp-assisted Edmodo in the concept of sound waves. In addition, students' responses to the treatments given were also observed for the sake of evaluation. This research used a quasi-experimental research design carried out at SMA Negeri 1 Gorontalo in the even semester of the 2019/2020 academic year. The subject of the research was class XI IPA 8 consisting of 20 students. Tests were administered to students to obtain data of the students’ learning outcomes. The data collected were then analyzed by using normality test and statistical t-test. Based on the research results, it is known that the t-value (5.53) is greater than the t-table (1.72), so H0 is accepted and H1 is rejected. It means that there is a significant positive effect of using whatsApp-assisted edmodo on learning outcomes in the concept of sound waves. It can be seen from the difference of mean score between the pretest and posttest scores of the experimental class. Therefore, it can be concluded that the increase in students’ learning outcomes on the concept of sound waves is in the strong effect category.
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