Ngadimin Ngadimin
Pend. Fisika FKIP Universitas Syiah Kuala

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JURNAL FISIKA EDUKASI Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Jurnal Fisika Edukasi
Publisher : Syiah Kuala University

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The research intends to develop asessment about retention and learning transfer, spesifically,  aims to identify retention and learning transfer of students from differential scheme into physics problems solution; identify students’ difficulties in doing learning transfer from differential scheme into the context of Physics problems. This research used instrument in forms of written test and questionaire. The test is macth questions.  Every match question is consisted of a pure differential question and a physics problem that applies relevant differential concept. It is used Pearson Corelation test to identify learning transfer. Corellation test toward the test, shows that high correlation toward simple and similar match questions. In constrats, it shows low correlation toward difficult match question and needs concept analyisis to construct physics problem into diffetial equation. The correlation indicates learning transfer from differetial equation context into physics problem solutions that utilize differential equation context. There are several factors cause students’ difficulties  in doing learning transfer namely: notation changes, disturbance of wrong assumptions from previous learnt concept, difficulty in constructing physics problem which is stated in narratif form to be solved diffential equation.
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
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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.