BIO-INOVED : Jurnal Biologi-Inovasi Pendidikan

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Muhammad Zaini, Sri Amintarti, Aulia Ajizah, Datin Maghfirotul Nadhira, Mirna Hariati, Hidayati Hidayati
BIO-INOVED : Jurnal Biologi-Inovasi Pendidikan, Volume 2, pp 53-63; doi:10.20527/bino.v2i1.8154

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Implementation of the 2013 curriculum has generally used recommended models, but the role of the work-sheets used in the learning process still does not facilitate students' critical thinking skills. The research aims to evaluate the validity, practicality, and effectiveness of the development worksheets on the microbial concepts based on urban wetlands to improve students' critical thinking skills. The development of work-sheets was carried out in 2 phases; preliminary research phase and prototype phase using the Tessmer design. Content validation uses a validation assessment sheet instrument. The practicality data of the contents was using an assessment sheet instrument on the worksheet structure. Practicality data (expectations and actual) were collected using a practicality sheet instrument obtained from students' responses to the contents of the worksheet. Effectiveness data (expectations and actual) are obtained based on the results of critical thinking skills, interpersonal skills (cooperation), and intra-personal skills (responsible). Data analysis techniques by calculating the percentage of validation refer to Akbar (2017), practicality test, and effectiveness test with criteria referring to Purwanto (2012). The results showed that worksheets for students were valid and were practical for users with the practicality of contents and practicality of expectations is good. Work-sheets was declared to be effectively used based on the results of the critical thinking skills, interpersonal skills (collaboration), and intra-personal skills (meticulous), and the value of the effectiveness of expectations is good categories too.
Heny Kustiani, Muhammad Zaini, Mulyadi Mulyadi
BIO-INOVED : Jurnal Biologi-Inovasi Pendidikan, Volume 2, pp 20-25; doi:10.20527/bino.v2i1.7888

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One of the problems faced in education in the 21st century is the critical thinking skills of students who are still considered lacking. One of the learning tools that need to be improved to help improve students' critical thinking skills is the Student Worksheet (LKPD). This study aims to describe the effectiveness of LKPD on the concept of Structure and Function of Plant Tissue Based on Critical Thinking Skills. The validation subjects were 3 experts, individual test subjects were 3 high school class XI students and small group test subjects were 6 class XI high school students. This type of research is development research to produce valid, practical, and effective products. The results showed that the effectiveness of LKPD expectations based on the assessment of students' critical thinking skills in working on LKPD had both categories (including interpretation, analysis, inference, and explanation) and very good categories (including self-regulation). Interpersonal skills (collaborating) and intrapersonal skills (meticulous) students have very good categories.
Hidayati Hidayati, Muhammad Zaini, Kaspul Kaspul
BIO-INOVED : Jurnal Biologi-Inovasi Pendidikan, Volume 2, pp 41-46; doi:10.20527/bino.v2i1.7966

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The 2013 curriculum learning process includes three domains, namely affective (attitude), cognitive (knowledge), and psychomotor (skills). This study aims to develop a valid, practical, and effective Student Worksheet. The research method used is the Tessmer design, which consists of (1) Expert review; (2) one-to-one; (3) small group. Validation subjects were three experts, individual subjects were three students in class X in high school and small group test subjects were six students in class X in high school. The results showed that: (1) the validity of LKPD based on expert testing had a valid category with an overall average of 3.59; (2) the practicality of the contents of LKPD has a good category with an overall average of 3.70 and the practicality of the LKPD's expectations based on the responses of students has a very good category with an overall average of 88.70%; and (3) the effectiveness of LKPD based on the assessment of students' critical thinking skills in working on LKPD has both categories (including interpretation) and very good categories (includes analysis, evaluation, inference, explanation, and self-regulation). Interpersonal skills (collaborating) of students have a very good category with a score of 86.33% and intrapersonal skills (conscientious) students have a very good category with a score of 88.33%.
Eka Widiya Wati, Kaspul Kaspul, Muhammad Arsyad
BIO-INOVED : Jurnal Biologi-Inovasi Pendidikan, Volume 2, pp 64-69; doi:10.20527/bino.v2i1.7886

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The use of instructional media, especially visual media, is very influential in student learning and learning outcomes. The teacher can develop visual learning media so that students can learn well fun and attract learning interest. Experts say that approximately 90% of one's learning outcomes are obtained through vision, 5% from hearing, and 5% from other senses. Development research aims to produce a valid leaflet-based learning media so that it is fit for use by students. This type of research was adapted from Tessmer's design, through the preparation stage (preliminary) and formative evaluation (formative evaluation) with stages only to self-evaluation, and expert testing. The expert opinion includes 3 validators according to expertise. Data was obtained from research instruments in the form of content/material validity evaluation sheets, and construct validity. Data collection techniques using assessment sheets. Analysis of data validity based on the Akbar category (2013). Based on the research results of the first meeting leaflet, the content validity value was 92.05%, and the construct validity was 98.61%. The second meeting leaflet obtained content validity value 92.65%, and construct validity 97.45%. So it was concluded that the learning media of the development leaflet was categorized as very valid.The use of instructional media, especially visual media, is very influential in student learning and learning outcomes. The teacher can develop visual learning media so that students can learn well fun and attract learning interest. Experts say that approximately 90% of one's learning outcomes are obtained through vision, 5% from hearing, and 5% from other senses. Development research aims to produce a valid leaflet-based learning media so that it is fit for use by students. This type of research was adapted from Tessmer's design, through the preparation stage (preliminary) and formative evaluation (formative evaluation) with stages only to self-evaluation, and expert testing. The expert opinion includes 3 validators according to expertise. Data was obtained from research instruments in the form of content/material validity evaluation sheets, and construct validity. Data collection techniques using assessment sheets. Analysis of data validity based on the Akbar category (2013). Based on the research results of the first meeting leaflet, the content validity value was 92.05%, and the construct validity was 98.61%. The second meeting leaflet obtained content validity value 92.65%, and construct validity 97.45%. So it was concluded that the learning media of the development leaflet was categorized as very valid.
Ellen Nabella, Muhammad Zaini, Aulia Ajizah
BIO-INOVED : Jurnal Biologi-Inovasi Pendidikan, Volume 2, pp 47-52; doi:10.20527/bino.v2i1.7980

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Learning in the 2013 curriculum requires a learning process that refers to the scientific approach. The teacher becomes the centre of learning in the current educational problems, students accepting learning as an abstract does not have the opportunity to develop their thinking skills. The purpose of this study is to develop a valid, practical, and effective Educator Worksheet (LKPD). This study uses the Tessmer design method, which consists of (1) expert review; (2) one-to-one; and (3) small group. Subjects of expert opinion research included two biology education lecturers and one high school biology teacher. Individual test subjects were three students educated. The small group test subjects were six students who were educated. The type of data obtained includes data effectiveness expectations. The results obtained from the effectiveness of expectations based on students' critical thinking skills in working on LKPD have very good categories (including analysis, reference, and exploration) and have good categories (including interpretation and self-regulation). Interpersonal skills (collaborating) and intrapersonal skills (conscientious) students have very good categories with scores of interpersonal skills and intrapersonal skills 86.33%.
Amalia Mardhatillah, Muhammad Zaini, Aminuddin Prahatama Putra
BIO-INOVED : Jurnal Biologi-Inovasi Pendidikan, Volume 2, pp 31-35; doi:10.20527/bino.v2i1.7903

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Critical thinking skills are one of the cognitive skills that are necessary for learners in the 21st century. The government implements the 2013 curriculum to improve learners ' critical thinking skills with one of its components of teaching materials in a student's worksheet (LKPD). The problem is that the use of LKPD is still lacking in facilitating learners ' critical thinking skills. This research aims to develop the LKPD on the concept of biodiversity that is valid, practical, and effective. The research methods used are Tessmer design, which includes: expert review, one-to-one evaluation, and small group evaluation. The LKPD structure was developed referring to Daryanto & Dwicahyono and critical thinking skills referring to the Facione 1990. Subject validation includes three experts, one to one evaluation subjects are three learners of class X SMA, and a small group evaluation subject is six students of class X SMA. The results showed that the effectiveness of expectations seen from the assessment of critical thinking skills of learners in completing the LKPD belongs to a very good category.
Datin Maghfirotul Nadhira, Muhammad Zaini, Hardiansyah Hardiansyah
BIO-INOVED : Jurnal Biologi-Inovasi Pendidikan, Volume 2, pp 26-30; doi:10.20527/bino.v2i1.7900

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The learning process in the 2013 curriculum has accommodated learning models that demand and facilitate Critical Thinking skills, but the role of teaching materials namely the Student Worksheet (LKPD) used in the learning process is still lacking in facilitating Critical Thinking skills students. With the existence of quality LKPD, it is expected that learning will be able to achieve the 2013 curriculum objectives. This type of research is a research development with the stages of expert review, one to one evaluation, and small group evaluation. The subjects of the small group evaluation were six students of class XI MIA 2 in SMAN 9 Banjarmasin. The results of the study show the effectiveness of expectations based on the assessment of the critical thinking skills of the participants enjoyed in working on the LKPD which has very good categories (including interpretation, analysis, evaluation, and self-regulation) and good categories (including inference and explanation). Interpersonal (collaborating) and intrapersonal (meticulous) skills of students have excellent categories.
Farida Rahmi, Noorhidayati Noorhidayati, Maulana Khalid Riefani
BIO-INOVED : Jurnal Biologi-Inovasi Pendidikan, Volume 2, pp 14-19; doi:10.20527/bino.v2i1.7885

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The use of good and appropriate teaching materials during the teaching and learning process can make learning more meaningful, namely creating an atmosphere of active learning for students, so that students can achieve the competencies expected by understanding the concepts of learning. The concept of the human circulatory system is a Biological concept that is relatively difficult to understand, so research and development of teaching materials are carried out in the form of handouts. This research and development aim to describe the validity of the concept handout of the human circulatory system of class XI IPA SMAN 6 Banjarmasin. This research is a type of research and development with a 4D development model. This research is limited only to the Develop stage. The results of the research and development of the concept handout of the human circulatory system of class XI IPA SMAN 6 Banjarmasin are classified as very valid with a validity value of 90%.
Rindi Antika, Muhammad Zaini, Muhammad Arsyad
BIO-INOVED : Jurnal Biologi-Inovasi Pendidikan, Volume 2, pp 36-40; doi:10.20527/bino.v2i1.7949

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One of the problems of life that are happening right now is the problem in education. Three skills need to be improved including 1) the field of cognitive skills, 2) interpersonal skills, and 3) intrapersonal skills. The purpose of this study is to improve the Student Worksheet (LKPD) so that it has effective criteria. The use of LKPD in the learning process is expected to improve students' critical thinking skills. The research method used is the Tessmer design using a small group test. Critical thinking skills refer to Facione 1990 while the structure of LKPD development refers to Daryanto & Dwicahyono. The small group test subjects were six high school class XI students. This research is development research using Tessmer design. The study was conducted for one semester, namely in the 2019-2020 school year. The results showed that the effectiveness of LKPD based on the assessment of students' critical thinking skills in working on LKPD had a category of at least good, interpersonal skills had a very good category, and intrapersonal skills had a very good category.
Karunia Soliha Septiani, Noorhidayati Noorhidayati, Maulana Khalid Riefani
BIO-INOVED : Jurnal Biologi-Inovasi Pendidikan, Volume 2, pp 7-13; doi:10.20527/bino.v2i1.7883

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Effective learning is when students are actively involved in the learning process, so they can gain an understanding of the learning process carried out and can improve learning outcomes on the concept of learning. Archaebacteria and Eubacteria are biological concepts that are relatively difficult, abstract, and tend to memorize. Therefore research and development of fun learning media are carried out in the form of a Question Wheel game "KARUNIA". This research and development are to describe the validity of the "KARUNIA" Question Wheel learning media. This type of research is research and development with 4D models. This research is limited to the Develop stage. The results of research and development carried out on the "KARUNIA" Question Wheel learning media on the Archaebacteria and Eubacteria concepts are classified as very valid with a value of 88%.
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