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Increasing Competency 4C using The G-Suite Application for Education Legowo, Budi; Kusharjanta, Bambang; Sutomo, Artono Dwijo; Mulyadi, Mulyadi; Wahyuningsih, Daru
International Journal of Active Learning Vol 4, No 2 (2019): October 2019
Publisher : International Journal of Active Learning

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (312.178 KB) | DOI: 10.15294/ijal.v4i2.21073


4C competencies (Communication, Collaboration, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving, Creativity and Innovation) is the learning achievement needed at this time. Learning in the Industrial Revolution 4.0 era provides an opportunity to increase 4C competencies without space and time limits, by utilizing information and communication technology. This study aims to use the G-Suite for Education as a substitution of learning models and or strategies to improve 4C competence in the Wawasan Pedagogi Course in the Physics Study Program of Mathematics and Natural Science Faculty of Sebelas Maret University. The research mechanism includes two strand cycles, namely learning with a student-centered learning (SCL) approach as follows: 1). Classical and 2). Online using G-Suite for Education. Reflections from the two research cycles show students could  follow both classical (face-to-face) and online learning strategies, in the delivery of material and or assessment of learning outcomes.
Sensitive Magnetic Field Sensor Based on Compensated Double Pick Up Coil Purnama, Budi; Suharyana, Suharyana; Sutomo, Artono Dwijo
IPTEK The Journal for Technology and Science Vol 23, No 1 (2012)
Publisher : IPTEK, LPPM, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12962/j20882033.v23i1.16


Sensitive magnetic field sensor based on compensated double pick up coil has been developed. In order to confirm sensitifity of modified design, experiment carried out in two steps. Firstly, sensitify of conventional design is clarified. Here pick up coil as an active sensor and solenoid as an exitation coil is separately made. Secondly, modified sensor of integrated configuration is developed. Here for both active flux gate sensor and the exitation coil is made in same one core magnetic. Ferrite and standar foil soft magnetic is utilized in this experiment. In attention, frequency of 50 Hz is used for the whole experimens. A result showed that sensitvity of the integrated configuration sensor is much larger than conventional one. Then, power consume of the integrated flux gate sensor is much lower than conventional. Finally, a range measurement of the integrated configuration sensor can be realized less than 20 T which potential may perhaps sense a change of natural local magnetic field.
Bedrock identification using refraction seismic method in establishment location of Hospital Education Sebelas Maret University Murteza Nur Isnani Rahmawati; Budi Legowo; Artono Dwijo Sutomo
INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Vol 4, No 01 (2014): IJAP Volume 04 Issue 01 Year 2014
Publisher : Department of Physics, Sebelas Maret University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.13057/ijap.v4i01.1162


A research of refraction methods in estabilishment location Hospital Education Sebelas Maret University has been done on October 31 2012 with P.A.S.I Seismograph Mod. 16S24 seismic refraction instruments with 24 geophone. This research in order to determine the depth of bedrock in the estabilishment location hospital education Sebelas Maret University. In this data acquisition, the travel time data was a distance function. Processing and interpretation data used Intercept Time Method. Intercept Time Method used value of intercept time concept from travel time curve. This interpretation which resulted P wave velocities and layer rocks thickness in three line which scattered in area of survey. The result was that we were able to obtain bedrock having the depth of 4 meters until 9 meters and heaving spreading velocity 1079 m/s – 1182 m/s is interpreted as talus deposits, sandstone, clay, loam, loess, sand and gravel.