Widodo Setiyo Wibowo
Department Of Science Education, Faculty Of Mathematics And Natural Sciences, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta.

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Surrogate Experiential Learning-Based Science Subject Specific Pedagogy (SSP) to Build Disaster Preparedness of Junior High School Students on Volcanic Eruption Widodo Setiyo Wibowo; Sabar Nurohman; Allesius Maryanto
Journal of Science Education Research Vol 2, No 1 (2018): J. Sc. Edu. Research
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jser.v2i1.19334

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The study was conducted to develop surrogate experiential learning (SEL)-based science Subject Specific Pedagogy (SSP) that is feasible to be implemented in science learning and potentially to build volcanic eruption disaster preparedness of junior high school students. The study was Research and Development (R and D), modified from Borg and Gall steps covering only research and information collecting, planning, preliminary form of product development, expert judgment, product revision, and final product. The subjects were 2 expert lecturers (content expert and media expert) and 2 science teachers of SMP N 2 Cangkringan. The types of data were quantitative and qualitative. Data were collected by means of SSP validation sheets and disaster preparedness identification sheets. The techniques of data analysis were descriptive analysis of qualitative and quantitative to 5 grading scale. The result of the study shows that SEL-based science SSP is feasible to be implemented in science learning and potential to build volcanic eruption disaster preparedness of junior high school students.
Development of Project-Based Learning Science Module to Improve Critical Thinking Skills of Junior High School Students Widodo Setiyo Wibowo; Ekosari Roektiningroem; Norma Bastian; Karina Syahrul Hudda
Journal of Science Education Research Vol 2, No 2 (2018): J. Sc. Edu. Research
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (497.724 KB) | DOI: 10.21831/jser.v2i2.22471

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The study was conducted to develop science module based on project-based learning that is feasible to be implemented in science learning and has potency to build critical thinking skills of junior high school students. The study was Research and Development (RnD), modified from Borg and Gall steps covering only research and information collecting, planning, preliminary form of product development, expert judgment, product revision, and final product. The subjects were 2 expert lecturers (content expert and media expert) and 2 science teachers of SMP N 1 Wonosari. The types of data were quantitative and qualitative. Data were collected by means of SSP validation sheets and disaster preparedness identification sheets. The techniques of data analysis were descriptive analysis of qualitative and quantitative to 5 grading scale. The result of the study shows that science module is feasible to be implemented in science learning and has potency to build critical thinking skills of junior high school students.
THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT AS A LEARNING SOURCE FOR SCIENCE: IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY Widodo Setiyo Wibowo
Journal of Science Education Research Vol 3, No 1 (2019): J. Sc. Edu. Research
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (292.615 KB) | DOI: 10.21831/jser.v3i1.27629

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Science is closely related to nature, so the natural environment is one of the most important sources of learning both as means and an object. The particular study aimed to discuss the strategy of using and implementing the natural environment as a learning source for science in junior high schools. The results found out that the use of the natural environment as a learning source for science can be pursued through fieldwork, bringing the environment into the classroom, or also making the school science parks. Using the natural environment as a learning source for science requires careful preparation and planning from the teacher. The learning implementation performed in 3 main stages; preparation, implementation, and follow-up. Through the proper implementation of these stages, various benefits achieved either for students or teachers.