Jurnal Paedagogy

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ISSN / EISSN : 2355-7761 / 2722-4627
Published by: IKIP Mataram (10.33394)
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Siti Khoirunnisa, Khairil Iba
Published: 21 October 2022
Journal: Jurnal Paedagogy
Jurnal Paedagogy, Volume 9, pp 790-798; https://doi.org/10.33394/jp.v9i4.5495

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This study aims to analyze the correlation between VAK learning styles and mathematics learning outcomes in elementary school students. Quantitative correlation was a research method used with an ex post facto design. Non Probability Sampling is a technique used in sampling. This research instrument used tests, documentation and questionnaires, interviews as complementary techniques. To test the requirements of the analysis using the obtained regression equation and the Linearity Test. Then the regression linearity test was calculated and obtained Fcount = 0.3943 and Ftable = 2.40 so that it can be concluded that the data from the two variables is linear. The correlation between the two variables was he the study's results of 0.7153 while 0.361 with a significant level of = 0.05. Based on these results, > that was 0.7153 > 0.361, this proves that Ho is rejected and H1, meaning that there is a significant correlation between visual, auditory and kinesthetic learning styles with mathematics learning outcomes in students. The interpretation of the coefficient is a high degree of correlation.
Melliana Putri Rahayu, Riza Yonisa Kurniawan
Published: 21 October 2022
Journal: Jurnal Paedagogy
Jurnal Paedagogy, Volume 9, pp 834-845; https://doi.org/10.33394/jp.v9i4.5465

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This study aims to analyze the effect of entrepreneurship education and self-efficacy as entrepreneurial motivation for students of Economics education at the State University of Surabaya. The research method was a quantitative causal design. The sample of this research was the students of the Economic Education study program, State University of Surabaya, batch 2020, totaling 66 people who have received the Entrepreneurship Education Course. The research instrument used was a questionnaire. The data analysis technique of this research was multiple regression analysis. The results of this study showed that entrepreneurship education had a positive and significant influence on entrepreneurial motivation. Self-efficacy had a positive and significant impact on entrepreneurial motivation in students, and entrepreneurship education and self-efficacy had a simultaneous effect on the entrepreneurial basis in Economics education students, State University of Surabaya.
Fadlilah Fadlilah, Fransisko Chaniago, Suci Fitriani, Sri Ramdayeni Sakunti
Published: 21 October 2022
Journal: Jurnal Paedagogy
Jurnal Paedagogy, Volume 9, pp 629-636; https://doi.org/10.33394/jp.v9i4.5550

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This study aims to explore the principal leadership role in developing the reading culture at the Public Elementary School No. 42 Pekan Gedang, Batang Asai District. This study employed qualitative method, where data collection was done through observation and interview with a number of informants such as; school principal, teachers, and students as well as the canteen community nearby the school. Triangulation was used as a method for qualitative data analysis and validating the data collected Triangulation was used as a method for qualitative data analysis and validating the data collected. The results of this study revealed that in order to cultivate a reading culture among the kids, the principal implemented a program known as Jumpa Sinabu. This program was carried out on Friday mornings with the activities of reciting Al-Qur’an and reading books before the teaching and learning processes begin. In addition, the principal encourages other members of the school community, including teachers, employees, and even canteen residents who sell around the school building to involve and support to the program that the principal has developed. At the Public Elementary School No. 42 Pekan Gedang, the principal’s leadership in developing a reading culture is as a policy maker, facilitator, and motivator. These all are part of the process of creating a reading culture.
Rahmawati Rahmawati, Ana Ratna Wulan, Kusnadi Kusnadi
Published: 21 October 2022
Journal: Jurnal Paedagogy
Jurnal Paedagogy, Volume 9, pp 763-771; https://doi.org/10.33394/jp.v9i4.5667

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This study aims to develop an inquiry laboratory skill assessment on 21st Century Biological Problems. The assessment tool developed is a non-test assessment in the form of tasks and rubrics. The research and development method (R&D) was used in this study. The subjects of this research were 30 students from one of the public high schools in Banten Province. This research instrument used performance assessment tools in tasks and rubrics, while the data analysis technique used descriptive statistics and data collection purposive sampling. The study showed that the validity of Aiken's V is 0.53. It can be said that the performance assessment tool is declared valid. The reliability value had an average measure value of 0.778. Moreover, the ICC (Interclass Correlation Coefficient) value assessed by three raters was categorized as moderate or moderate reliability. Based on the results of data analysis, the resulting instrument is ready to be used directly in measuring learning outcomes or as an assessment prototype for further development, especially in measuring students' laboratory inquiry abilities.
Firda Aulia, Susanti Murwitaningsih
Published: 21 October 2022
Journal: Jurnal Paedagogy
Jurnal Paedagogy, Volume 9, pp 898-904; https://doi.org/10.33394/jp.v9i4.5640

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This study aims to examine the impact of study program motivation on the overall performance index of students enrolled in UHAMKA PGSD. All 485 students from the PGSD at the UHAMKA’s batch of 2018 made up the study's sample. This study used the associative method along with a quantitative approach. With a total sample of 90 students, sampling was done using the Simple Random Sampling approach. A questionnaire and documentation were the study's tools. Before the instrument was utilized in the study, validity and reliability tests were performed to assess the instrument's quality. A straightforward regression analysis was used to examine the research data. The results had a sign value of 0.002 0.05, indicating that the alternative hypothesis (Ha) had been accepted and the null hypothesis (Ho) had been rejected. Therefore, the analysis in this study's conclusion is that there is a significant relationship between the desire to select a study program and the overall achievement index of the UHAMKA class of 2018, with a coefficient of determination (adjusted R square) of 10.3%.
Afifah Nur Fadhilah, Ade Hikmat
Published: 21 October 2022
Journal: Jurnal Paedagogy
Jurnal Paedagogy, Volume 9, pp 675-683; https://doi.org/10.33394/jp.v9i4.5629

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This study aims waas to describe the inhibiting factors for early reading in grade 1 elementary school students and find the right solution to overcome these students' early reading difficulties. The type of research used was escriptive qualitative with case study method. The subjects in this study were IC class students at SDN Srengseng Sawah 15 Pagi totaling 32 students. Data collection techniques in this study were observation, interviews with (teachers, students and parents of students) and documentation. Data analysis technique was one by data reduction, data presentation and conclusion drawing. The results of this study indicate that the inhibiting factors for early reading in grade I students at SDN 15 Pagi South Jakarta include: 1). Factors of interest in reading students who are still very lacking, (2). Family factors become significant influencing students' reading ability 3). Environmental factors where they come from effect the development of children. Solutions that can overcome the difficulties of early reading are: (1) Teachers provide additional study hours for children to learn to read, (2) Parents must give attention, motivation and encouragement to children, (3) The home environment, the need to limit and monitor children in playing and provide learning facilities at home for children.
Dini Annisha, Sri Novayanti
Published: 21 October 2022
Journal: Jurnal Paedagogy
Jurnal Paedagogy, Volume 9, pp 724-733; https://doi.org/10.33394/jp.v9i4.5868

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The study aims to develop handout teaching materials on stunting material implemented in Physiology courses to measure the level of understanding of student concepts. This study used the ADDIE model's R&D (research and development) methods. The research was conducted on UNIKI Physical Education study program students in semester two, totaling 100 people. The research instrument was a questionnaire to test the validity, practicality, and legibility of stunting handouts and conceptual understanding tests. The data analysis technique was used to test the validity and practicality of the handout using percentage score analysis through a validation questionnaire sheet. While the effectiveness test used a 25-item question instrument, the data was analyzed using SPSS 22.00 software statistical analysis testing. The results of this study showed that the stunting handout was very valid and feasible to be used as teaching material to measure the level of conceptual understanding with the acquisition of a score. Moreover, the stunting handout was very valid and feasible to be used as teaching material to measure the level of conceptual understanding with the acquisition of scores, namely: 90% media experts; 94.2% teaching material design experts; 87% material experts; 90% field practitioners; 90% readability by students. Then the effectiveness test results showed that the Sig (2-Tailed) value was 0.000 <0.05. It showed that there was a difference in the first and post-test scores. Thus, proving stunting material handouts in the Physiology course improves students' conceptual understanding.
Havifah Lubis, Retno Dwi Suyanti, Wildansyah Lubis
Published: 21 October 2022
Journal: Jurnal Paedagogy
Jurnal Paedagogy, Volume 9, pp 743-753; https://doi.org/10.33394/jp.v9i4.5541

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This study aims to analyze students' creative thinking skills and scientific attitudes taught by the project-based learning model and guided by ordinary learning. This study used a quasi-experimental method. The population in this study were all fifth-grade students of State Elementary School 132415 Tanjungbalai City for the 2021/2022 Academic Year. The samples were taken in class V A and class V B. The instruments of this research were the science process ability test, creative thinking ability test, and scientific attitude instrument. The data obtained were analyzed using two-way ANOVA. The study showed that the creative thinking ability of students who are taught by project-based learning was better than students who were led by ordinary learning (sig. = 0.000 < 0.005). Moreover, the creative thinking ability of students with a high scientific attitude was better than those with a low scientific attitude. There is an interaction between the two learning models with scientific attitudes influencing creative thinking skills and the most developed creative thinking skills, namely aspects of fluent thinking skills.
Wilda Shifa Fauziyah, Corry Iriani Rochalina, Nurzengky Ibrahim
Published: 21 October 2022
Journal: Jurnal Paedagogy
Jurnal Paedagogy, Volume 9, pp 782-789; https://doi.org/10.33394/jp.v9i4.5506

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This research aims to describe the management, which includes planning, implementation, and evaluation of learning history since the Covid-19 pandemic era. This research, which was conducted at SMAN 73 Jakarta, used a qualitative research approach with a case study method. Techniques of data collection were observation, in-depth interviews, and documentation. The data analysis technique, referred to as the Miles and Huberman technique, consists of reducing data, presenting data, and verifying/ making a conclusion. The results showed that the distance learning process went well. Starting with planning for history learning, the teacher designed an emergency lesson plan that the government adjusted. The teacher implemented history learning using learning media that supported the online learning process using WhatsApp groups, Google Classroom, Google Meet, and Zoom meetings. The final learning method is that the teacher evaluates the assessment orally and in writing. The study's results regarding history learning during the Covid-19 pandemic at SMAN 73 Jakarta had quite good preparations in dealing with the Covid-19 emergency. It means that the suitability of the curriculum during the pandemic, the use of methods and learning media during the pandemic, the current learning process evaluation, and supervision of learning have been carried out by school principals and teachers.
Siti Masyitoh, Muhib Rosyidi
Published: 21 October 2022
Journal: Jurnal Paedagogy
Jurnal Paedagogy, Volume 9, pp 824-833; https://doi.org/10.33394/jp.v9i4.5576

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This study aims to analyze the effectiveness of online mathematics subject learning during covid-19. This study used a mixed method with the fifth-graders of SD Muhammadiyah 49 Jakarta Pusat as the study's subjects. This study used observation, questionnaires via a Google form, and interviews as the data collection technique. The data analysis technique used descriptive analysis. The study's results showed that online learning had been effective as seen from the learning process, and the learning objectives that have been achieved. The learning process was running effectively, as seen from several aspects, including the learning process using learning media and seeing interactions between students and teachers. Then, from the outcome aspects, including the achievements made after the learning process, such as the level of student's comprehension.
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