Jurnal Inovasi Penelitian dan Pembelajaran Fisika

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ISSN / EISSN : 2746-3796 / 2746-170X
Published by: Tanjungpura University (10.26418)
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Teja Putri Solihan, Stepanus Sahala Sitompul, Syaiful B Arsyid
Jurnal Inovasi Penelitian dan Pembelajaran Fisika, Volume 2, pp 21-28; https://doi.org/10.26418/jippf.v2i1.44639

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This meta-analysis aims to determine the effect of research characteristics on the effect size of the direct instruction learning model in the undergraduate thesis of the Physics Education Study Program FKIP UNTAN, published in 2016-2019. This type of research is a survey research with purposive sampling technique consisting of 6 theses. Data collection techniques in this research are documentary studies. The results of undergraduate thesis Physics Education study programs that use the direct instruction learning model obtained an average effect size of 1.00 which high effectiveness categories based on the John Hattie barometer. In this study, there are 2 characteristics of researchers examined, among others: the gender of the researcher and Grade Point Average (GPA) of the researcher. Based on the 2 characteristics of the researchers, it did not have a significant effect on the effect size of the undergraduate students' thesis in the Physics Education study program that uses the direct instruction learning model. In this study there were 13 characteristics of the methodology studied including: research location, school level, sample size, number of classes, number of meetings, material sub-fields, learning tools or media, test reliability coefficient, instrument validity, test forms, forms of research, designs experiments, and data collection tools. Of the 13 characteristics of the methodology, it did not have a significant effect on the effect size of the undergraduate students' thesis in the Physics Education study program that used the direct instruction learning model.Kata Kunci: Meta-analisis, Skripsi, Model Pembelajaran Direct Instruction
Rizki Murniati, Edy Tandililing, Muhammad Musa Syarif Hidayatullah
Jurnal Inovasi Penelitian dan Pembelajaran Fisika, Volume 2, pp 14-20; https://doi.org/10.26418/jippf.v2i1.43883

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The purpose of this study to identify student's multi-representation ability about work at MA Negeri Bengkayang. The method used is the survey method without comparative group which is descriptive correlative with research instrument in the form of descriptive test on the multi-representation ability test of five questions and multiple-choice test on the learning outcomes test often questions. the validity of the multi-representation test was 3.45 whit valid criteria and the validity of the learning outcomes test was 3.52 with valid criteria Meanwhile, the reliability of the multi-representation test was 0.516 in the sufficient category and the reliability of the learning outcomes test was 0.55 in the sufficient category. The study found that the multi-representation ability of students was low with an average percentage of 33.08%. The multi-representation ability of students with the highest percentage is in the image to symbol representation type, which is 75%, while the multi-representation ability of students with the lowest percentage is in the verbal to mathematical representation type, which is 5.19%. This study also did not found a correlation (r count 0.04 > r table 0.4848) between multi-representation ability and student's learning outcomes. The result of this study is expected to be taken into consideration in determining learning strategies.Keywords: Work, Multi-representation Ability, Learning Outcomes
Rosdiana Afifah Rahman, Sudarti Sudarti
Jurnal Inovasi Penelitian dan Pembelajaran Fisika, Volume 2, pp 10-13; https://doi.org/10.26418/jippf.v2i1.44530

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This article aims to analyze students' understanding of the purpose of solar cell technology. Because the role of students is very important in developing one of the renewable energies that is solar cells. There are still many people who have not seen other benefits from the sun, as well as ways to use solar energy for other processes, such as the use of solar cells in households and so on. Most of humans have not seen other ways and benefits of solar energy. So that to socialize the use of solar cell technology, students need to understand how important solar energy is as a renewable energy and how to use it. The method used in this study used quantitative descriptive, with the sample of 2019 class of physics education students.Keywords: Solar cell, Environment, Renewable.
Dhiya Ratna Sari, Stepanus Sahala Sitompul, Syukran Mursyid
Jurnal Inovasi Penelitian dan Pembelajaran Fisika, Volume 2, pp 29-35; https://doi.org/10.26418/jippf.v2i1.44640

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This study aims to produce a multiple choice diagnostic test on the Archimedes Law to identify misconceptions of junior high school students in Kubu Raya Regency. The method used in this research is Research and Development (R&D). The test development steps used are the Borg and Gall development steps which consist of 7 steps. The test consisted of 30 multiple choice questions accompanied by reasons followed by 28 small-scale test students and 119 students on large-scale test. The characteristics of the diagnostic test used consist of 6 characteristics. The results of the data analysis are appropriate if it is associated with good test characteristics, namely the test is specifically designed to detect misconceptions and developed based on the students' initial conception, the readability level of questions is 4.07 according to junior high school level, has a high validity of 0.75, high reliability of 0.748, and has a level of moderate or low difficulty. From the characteristics of the test, there are 28 questions that can be used. The results of this study are expected to be useful for future researchers as research instruments regarding the Archimedes lawKata Kunci: Diagnostic Test, Archimedes Law, Test Development
Desi Hartanti, Tomo Djudin, Syukran Mursyid
Jurnal Inovasi Penelitian dan Pembelajaran Fisika, Volume 2, pp 1-9; https://doi.org/10.26418/jippf.v2i1.44591

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This This study aims to describe the level of students’ thinking profilein solving parabolic motion problems based on the SOLO taxonomy seen from learning outcomes and gender. This is a survey research without a comparison group. Data collection was done by giving 4 questions to 95class X MIA students at SMAN 1 Sungai Raya, and categorized based on learning outcomes (high, medium, low) and gender (male, female). The level ofstudents’ thinking profile in solving parabolic motion problems based on SOLO taxonomyis 50.52% at the pre-structural level, 11.57% at the uni-structural level, 21.05% at the multi-structural level, 16.84% at relational level , and0% at extended-abstract level. Additionally, students with high learning outcomes reached the uni-structural-relational thinking level, while moderate ones reached the uni-structural-multi-structural level, and low ones reached the uni-structural-pre-structural level. In terms of gender,female students' average percentage of thinking level is 44.2% higher than male students with only 33.6% of the ideal score.Keywords: Thinking Level, SOLO Taxonomy, Parabolic Motion.
Kartika Eka Kusuma Wardani, Tomo Djudin, Syukran Mursyid
Jurnal Inovasi Penelitian dan Pembelajaran Fisika, Volume 2, pp 36-43; https://doi.org/10.26418/jippf.v2i1.42453

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The aim of this research was to determine the effectiveness of the implementation of the Cooperative Problem Solving model in enhancing the problem solving skills of students of SMPN 3 Sungai Raya in the pressure of solids. The research forms used was quasy experimental design with pretest-posttest control group design. The sample was students VIII G as an experimental class and VIII E was the control class which drawn by using intact group. The instrument used 5 essay questions. The result showed that there was no difference in the student problem solving skills of the control class and experimental classes before being given the implementation of Cooperative Problem Solving model and conventional learning (. There was difference in the student problem solving skills of the control class and experimental classes after being given the implementation of Cooperative Problem Solving model and conventional learning (. Implementation of Cooperative Problem Solving model effective to improve the student problem solving skills with effect size 1,89 (high category).Keywords: Cooperative Problem Solving, Problem Solving, Pressure
Arlisa Arlisa, Dewi Fajar Saputri, Boisandi Boisandi
Jurnal Inovasi Penelitian dan Pembelajaran Fisika, Volume 1, pp 39-43; https://doi.org/10.26418/jippf.v1i1.41897

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This study aims to obtain an objective clarity regarding the application of discovery learning models to students' science process skills in dynamic electrical material for class IX students of SMP Negeri 7 Sungai Raya. This research method uses the Quasi Experiment Design method with the research design is Posttest-Only Nonequivalent Groups. Data collection techniques are essay tests to measure students' science process skills. The population in this study were all grade IX students of SMP Negeri 7 Sungai Raya consisting of 4 classes. The sample in this study were students of SMP Negeri 7 Sungai Raya in class IX B and class IX C in the odd semester of the 2019/2020 school year, taken by cluster random sampling. Analysis of the data description using the average equation (mean), analysis of the hypothesis test using the U Maan Whitney test. The results of this study indicate that 1) the students' science process skills after applying the direct learning model to the dynamic electrical material of class IX students of SMP Negeri 7 Sungai Raya is classified as not good at 62.67; 2) students' science process skills after the discovery learning model applied to the dynamic electrical material of class IX students of SMP Negeri 7 Sungai Raya is classified as good, amounting to 81.07; 3) there are differences in the science process skills of students who are taught using discovery learning models and students who are taught using direct learning models on dynamic electrical material for class IX students of SMP Negeri 7 Sungai Raya.Keywords: Student Science Process Skills, Discovery Learning
Mona Nabilah, Stepanus Sahala Sitompul, Hamdani Hamdani
Jurnal Inovasi Penelitian dan Pembelajaran Fisika, Volume 1, pp 1-7; https://doi.org/10.26418/jippf.v1i1.41876

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This research aims to examine students’ cognitive abilities in completing physics problem about momentum and impulses at SMA Kristen Immanuel Pontianak. The research uses survey method, by giving test that consists of 11th grader (53 male; 69 female). According to the result, it was found that the total average percentage of students’ cognitive abilities in general (C1-C4) was 69% and was categorized as medium. The highest average percentage of student cognitive ability was in the domain remembering (C1) with the percentage of 90% (high) and the lowest was in the domain of analyzing with the percentage of 53% (low). Furthermore, there was difference in students’ cognitive ability based on gender in domain of remembering (C1), that was recognized from the result of Mann-Whitney statistical test (0.004
Oktavianus Liyu, Haratua Tiur Maria S, Erwina Oktavianty
Jurnal Inovasi Penelitian dan Pembelajaran Fisika, Volume 1, pp 44-51; https://doi.org/10.26418/jippf.v1i1.41873

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The purpose of this study was to examine the effectiveness of Problem Solving Model assisted with the self-diagnosis sheet to remediating students' mistake in solving about energy on grade of SMAN 5 Pontianak. The form of research was pre-experimental design with one group pre-test post-test design. The data collection was used in this research was essay tests of five questions. The research sample was chosen using the Intact Group technique. In generaly the percentage of students’ mistakes completing questions before remediation is 54.32%, while the percentage of students' mistakes completing questions after remediation is 13.81%. The used of self-diagnosis sheet assisted problem solving models was effective in remediating students' mistakes in solving problems with the effect size of 0.75 categorized as high. This research is expected to be used as an alternative learning activity in class to overcome the mistakes in completing questions experienced by students.Keywords: Energy, Problems Solving Error, Problem Solving Model, Remediation, Self-Diagnosis Sheet
Ariza Fitriani Safira, Haratua Tiur Maria S, Syukran Mursyid
Jurnal Inovasi Penelitian dan Pembelajaran Fisika, Volume 1, pp 17-28; https://doi.org/10.26418/jippf.v1i1.41885

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This research aims to examine the effectiveness of the integrated remediation using booklet-assisted CORE leraning model to reduce students' learning difficulties about vibrations and waves at SMP Negeri 2 Pontianak. The research design is One-Group Pretest-Posttest Design with 27 students in class VIII C as samples using the intact group technique. The instruments are two-tiered multiple choice tests to analyze students’ learning difficulties related to concepts and essay tests to analyze students’ learning difficulties related to errors in solving problems. Based on the results, it is found that: (1) Students’ total misconceptions decreasing by 84.2%. (2) There is a significant conceptual change in all test items. (3) All students’ total errors in solving questions decreased by 78.32% (4) There are significant difference between the number of students' initial and final mistakes. (5) The percentage of all students’ learning difficulties decreased by 78.91%. (6) The remediation integration using CORE model assisted by a booklet has a high effectiveness to reduce students’ learning difficulties. The result of this study is expected to be a consideration for teachers in designing learning difficulties’ remediation activities for students, especially about vibrations and waves.Keywords: CORE Learning Model, Booklet, Students’ Learning Difficulties, Vibration and Waves
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