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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Sapira Sapira, Haratua Tiur Maria Silitonga, Syukran Mursyid
Jurnal Inovasi Penelitian dan Pembelajaran Fisika, Volume 2, pp 44-53; https://doi.org/10.26418/jippf.v2i2.42403

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This research aims to present the evaluation result of a remedial program using the Context, Input, Process, Product (CIPP) model based on Technical Guidance by High School Directorate year 2010 in Physics Study in SMAN 1 Sekadau Hulu. This study is evaluative research with a descriptive quantitative approach. The data collection techniques used are by employing a questionnaire to the students of the MIA (Mathematics and Natural Sciences) Program, interviews with the school principal, deputy head of curriculum, and one teacher of Physics, as well as documentation. The research data analysis is through steps such as data reduction, data presentation, and conclusions. The data validation techniques used are the source and technique triangulation. The findings showed that (1) context evaluation carried out results in a percentage of 74.73%, categorized as sufficient. (2) Input evaluation carried out results in a rate of 56.88%, classified as low. (3) Process evaluation conducted results in a value of 74.07%, categorized as sufficient. (4) Product evaluation administered results in a percentage of 78.70%, categorized as high. The overall score of assessment on the remedial program in Physic instructions using CIPP evaluation is 71,09% with a category corresponding to the technical guidelines for the remedial program by the directorate of high school development year 2010. Therefore, this research is expected to contribute to improvements in remedial programs as a continuous effort in improving the quality of education programs.Keywords: CIPP Model, Evaluation, Remedial Program
Rosdiana Afifah Rahman, Sudarti Sudarti
Jurnal Inovasi Penelitian dan Pembelajaran Fisika, Volume 2, pp 62-66; https://doi.org/10.26418/jippf.v2i2.47149

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One of the plants that can thrive in Indonesia is guava. Indonesian people are familiar with water guava, and the fruit is often consumed by the public. However, water guava will rot quickly if not stored properly. Therefore, we need a method to preserve water guava without reducing the content contained in it. This article aims to analyze the effect of exposure to the ELF magnetic field on pH, density, and physical quality of water guava. The method used in this research is a laboratory experiment with a completely randomized design. This study used a magnetic field exposure of 500 T. The duration of exposure is divided into three, namely 60 minutes, 90 minutes, and 120 minutes. This study was conducted for 4 days with the variables measured in this study namely pH, density, and physical quality of water guava. Measurement of each variable was carried out every day for 4 days.
Yaspin Yolanda
Jurnal Inovasi Penelitian dan Pembelajaran Fisika, Volume 2, pp 74-92; https://doi.org/10.26418/jippf.v2i2.48156

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A B S T R A C T This study was taken based on the results of observations and interviews of researchers at SMP Negeri 2 Lubuklinggau which showed that many students had misconceptions in science about temperature and heat, as many as 84 percent of students had misconceptions about the concept of changing temperature from Celsius to Fahrenheit, 75% of students did not understand the meaning of temperature and heat material In everyday life, students' misconceptions about changes in the state of matter and factors of heat change. This study aims (1) how to analyze students' misconceptions on temperature and heat material after applying the Blended Learning model and (2) measure the validity and practicality of the temperature and heat science misconception assessment module according to students' needs. The location of this research is SMP Negeri 2 Lubuklinggau City. This research was conducted in Class VII.1 and VII.2 even semesters, namely from January to July 2021. The development model used was the Borg and Gall models. Data collection techniques in this study 1) documentation based on the CRI Diagnostic Test, 2) interviews, and 3) questionnaires. Analysis of the data that has been collected was analyzed by quantitative descriptive. Based on the results of research using the temperature and heat science misconceptions assessment module, the validity level is 37.5% (valid), the average field test student response is 3.8 with a very practical category and the effectiveness of the science misconception assessment module increases the number of students who understand the concept of using the Blended Learning model of 95.03% (very good). The effectiveness of the module is seen from the student's test scores after using the Science misconceptions assessment module for Temperature and Heat material. There are 80 students who take the test. There are 12 students who understand the concept and 68 students still have misconceptions.
Agnesi Sekarsari Putri, Jumadi Jumadi
Jurnal Inovasi Penelitian dan Pembelajaran Fisika, Volume 2, pp 93-102; https://doi.org/10.26418/jippf.v2i2.47774

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Natural science material is abstract such as the solar system causing students to have difficulty understanding the material so visualization is needed to study it. Interactive learning media is needed so that abstract material becomes simpler and easier to understand, learning is interesting, and meaningful. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of Lectora Inspire-based interactive science media on students' analytical skills. The type of research used is a quasi-experimental with pretest posttest nonequivalent control group design. The population used consisted of 6 classes with cluster random sampling sampling technique taken 2 classes, namely VII B as the experimental class and class VII E as the control class, each of which amounted to 30 students. The results of the analysis using the Independent Sample T-Test show that there is an influence of interactive science media based on Lectora inspire to improve students' analytical skills. Therefore, the use of interactive science media based on Lectora inspire can be used in learning to improve students' analytical skills.
Amsal Amsal
Jurnal Inovasi Penelitian dan Pembelajaran Fisika, Volume 2, pp 54-61; https://doi.org/10.26418/jippf.v2i2.44489

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This study is entitled "The Use of Problem Based Learning Models to Increase Physics Learning Outcomes in Class X MIPA Students of SMA Negeri 1 Pontianak". This research studies to study the process of activities and analyze each cycle in improving learning models using the Problem Based Learning (PBL) learning model. This research is a classroom action research conducted over two cycles with the help of teacher observation sheets and 36 student achievement test results, and each cycle consists of 2 meetings. Each cycle of the cycle consists of planning the action, implementing the action, observing the action, reflecting on the action. The data in this study are data analysis of the implementation of learning using Problem Based Learning learning models and data on student learning outcomes improvement.Data analysis of learning implementation using the Problem Based Learning model was obtained on the teacher observation sheet. Based on the results of the analysis of teacher activity data with a mastery level of learning models in the first cycle of 86.54% while for the second cycle of 94.23%, an increase in mastery of the learning model was 7.69%. While learning outcomes also increased from an average value of cycle I of 45.22 to an average value of cycle II of 62.08, meaning an increase of 16.86 from cycle I to cycle II. This shows that the Problem Based Learning model can improve student learning outcomes.
Fimelia Suci Rahmani, Tomo Djudin, Erwina Oktavianty
Jurnal Inovasi Penelitian dan Pembelajaran Fisika, Volume 2, pp 67-73; https://doi.org/10.26418/jippf.v2i2.44749

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This study aims to determine students’ responses to the insertion of Al-Qur’an values in learning Archimedes law. This research is a survey research. Sampling was taken using the Proposive Sampling method with the whole group technique, namely students of class XI MIA B who had been given learning by inserting Al-Qur’an values in Archimedes law learning into samples in learning. This research instrument was a responses generally agreed with tha insertion of Al-Qur’an values in learning with a percentage of 79,41%. This suggests a very interesting criterion. Based on these findings, the inclusion of Al-Qur’an values in the learning process can be used as an alternative for learning to implement learning.
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
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
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