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PERSEPSI SISWA KELAS XI IA DAN XII IS TERHADAP PEMINATAN DAN LINTAS MINAT KURIKULUM 2013 DI SEKOLAH MENENGAH ATAS NEGERI 4 BANDA ACEH Musdar Musdar
JURNAL FISIKA EDUKASI Vol 2, No 1 (2015): Jurnal Fisika Edukasi
Publisher : Syiah Kuala University

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This study aims to find out the Perceptions of Students of Class XI IA and XII IS To the interest and cross-interest of Curriculum 2013 at SMAN 4 Banda Aceh which is the sample in this research is 53 students which is a combination of class XI IA and XII IS, qualitative and descriptive analysis that is in the form of a questionnaire consisting of 11 questions that there are 5 items of choice, based on the results of research from the questionnaire distributed shows all the items asked to get good results overall from the question items obtained results of about 73.31% indicates that students' perceptions agree or welcome the interest and cross-interest in the 2013 curriculum.
The Difficulty Of Physics Education Students Class 2018 In Studying Quantum Physics Courses Online Rini Almianai; Soewarno Soewarno; Ahmad Farhan; Musdar Musdar
Asian Journal of Science Education Vol 4, No 1: April, 2022
Publisher : Universitas Syiah Kuala

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Problem-solving in the Quantum Physics course which requires a very mathematical description and analysis is considered difficult by students, especially if the learning is done online. This study aims to find out the difficulties of learning Quantum Physics courses through online learning for physics education students in class 2018 FKIP USK. The subjects in this study were students of physics education class 2018 who took the Quantum Physics course, totaling 49 people. The research approach used is descriptive quantitative. Data collection was carried out using a closed questionnaire based on the google form. The results showed that students had learning difficulties using online learning in the Quantum Physics course from internal factors, namely cognitive indicators with a total score of 841 while external factors, namely community environmental indicators, with a total score of 457. Conclusions Based on the difficulties experienced by students in this study, it can be seen that students have some difficulties in studying Quantum Physics material online.
Development of e-Module in Physics Lessons Based on Problem Based Learning Ngadimin Ngadimin; Pratiwi Jasmine Suwardi; Fitria Herliana; Syamsul Rizal; Musdar Musdar
Asian Journal of Science Education Vol 3, No 2: October, 2021
Publisher : Universitas Syiah Kuala

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The goal of this study is to develop problem-based learning e-modules that can be used in the teaching and learning process. Research is development research, or RnD (Research and Development), using a 4-D model as a development model (define, design, develop, and dessimate). Students in class X MIPA 2 at SMAN 1 Tangse, a total of 30 participants, were the subjects of this study. These research steps begin with learners receiving a posttest, followed by learners receiving a response questionnaire and posttest questions to determine their level of understanding. After receiving electronics modules, learners are given a response questionnaire and posttest questions to determine their level of understanding. Material and media specialists' validation results fall into the decent and very decent categories, respectively, with percentages of 84.85 and 78.4. The average reaction of learners and teachers is similarly high, indicating that the electronics module is appropriate for use in education. With an average N-Gain value of 0.6, there are 13 people in the high N-Gain category, 15 people in the medium N-Gain category, and 2 people in the low N-Gain category. The N-Gain understanding of learners experiencing an increase in material understanding of momentum and impulses by employing electronics module. Electronics module can be observed in the results.
Increasing Students' Creativity and Learning Outcomes on Substance Pressure Materials with The Mind Mapping Learning Method Nurulwati Nurulwati; Putriana Putriana; Nurhayati Nurhayati; Susanna Susanna; Musdar Musdar
Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan IPA Vol. 9 No. 3 (2023): March
Publisher : Postgraduate, University of Mataram

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Science is one of the subjects that is still considered difficult for students to understand so students' mastery of concepts in the learning process is still lacking which causes low creativity and student learning outcomes. This study aims to determine the increase in creativity and learning outcomes of students on substance pressure material with the Mind Mapping learning method. This type of research is quantitative and descriptive using the Pre-Experimental method (One Group Pretest-Posttest Design). This research was conducted at MTsN 6 Kuta Baro East Aceh class VIII-3 with a sample of 20 students, sampling using the purposive sampling technique. The instruments used are observation sheets and test questions. The data analysis technique used is the N-gain test for learning outcomes and the percentage for creativity. The results showed that there was an increase in students' creativity and learning outcomes on the material pressure of substances using the Mind Mapping learning method. The increase in creativity of class VIII-3 students in making Mind Maps is included in the category of very good criteria, from 10% to 50%. The improvement of student learning outcomes in class VIII-3 based on the N-gain test is in the medium category, namely 0.7; 0.45; and 0.3
The Implementation of Guided Inquiry Learning Model to Improve Students’ Creative Thinking Skills in Physics Mawarni Saputri; Nurulwati Nurulwati; Musdar Musdar
Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan IPA Vol. 9 No. 3 (2023): March
Publisher : Postgraduate, University of Mataram

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The aim of this research was to find out the improvement of students' creative thinking skills by using guided inquiry learning model. The research was classroom action research which held on 3 cycles. Each cycle consisted of four steps that are Planning, Action, Observation, and Reflection. The data collecting technique was carried out through ten creative thinking skills tests in essay form and also questionnaire to evaluate students’ response to the learning activities. An expert validation test was first was first run before the instrument test was tested on the students. Analysis data technique used descriptive analysis. The results of research showed that there was an improvement in each of these aspects of students’ creative thinking skill from cycle I, cycle II until the cycle III. Average percentage improvement of students' creative thinking skills where the highest indicator score was fluency while the highest score attitude aspect of creative thinking was curiosity. From the result, it can be concluded that guided inquiry learning was able to improve students' creative thinking skills especially in physics
Composition of White Potato Starch (Ipomea batatas L.) with Avocado Seed Starch (Persea americana Mill) and Glyserol Concentration in Edible Film Musdar Musdar; Lukmanul Hakim; Juliani Juliani; Jailani Jailani
Serambi Journal of Agricultural Technology Vol 2, No 2 (2020): Desember
Publisher : Universitas Serambi Mekkah

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32672/sjat.v2i2.2415

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White sweet potato starch (Ipomea batatas L.) and avocado seed starch (Parsea americana Mill) derived from local plants have the potential to be developed as agricultural products. Starch is a hydrocolloid compound as a potential local resource to be utilized. Glycerol function as an anti-freezing which is hygroscopic. This study aims to determine the ratio of white sweet potato starch with avocado seed starch and the concentration of glycerol for making edible film. This study was an experiment using a completely randimized factorial design with 2 (two) main factor consisting of a comparison of white sweet potato starch and avocado seed with 3 levels: P1 = 35%:65%., P2=50%:50%., P3=65%:35% and glycerol concentration with 3 levels: G1=1%., G2=2%., G3=3%. The best result reasearch were content of 23.03% (tratment P1G1), solubility of 55.57% (treatment P3G2)., swelling test of 9.83% (treatment P2g3)., elongation of 8.18% (treatment P3G2)
Optimizing Bilingual Learning to Improve Students' Critical Thinking Skills Through PheT Media Nyak Umi Anggiani; Susanna Susanna; Abdul Hamid; Musdar Musdar
Asian Journal of Science Education Vol 4, No 2: October, 2022
Publisher : Universitas Syiah Kuala

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Optimizing bilingual learning through PheT media is one of the conscious efforts of teachers to improve students' critical thinking skills. This study aims to optimize bilingual learning using Phet's media on the critical thinking skills of class XI students at SMA Teuku Nyak Arif Fatih Bilingual School. This type of research is quasi-experimental that uses a nonequivalent control group design model. The population in this study was all class XI which amounted to 2 classes. The sample in this study was taken using a total sampling technique, namely the number of samples equal to the total population of 36 students. The data collection technique used is pretest and posttest learning outcomes tests. The data analysis technique used a two-party t-test with the normality test and homogeneity test first as a prerequisite for the analysis. The results obtained based on data analysis using a two-party t-test, namely - . So according to the hypothesis then  is accepted and  is rejected, it can be concluded that bilingual learning using PheT media is not optimal to improve the critical thinking skills of students at SMA Teuku Nyak Arif Fatih Bilingual School.