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Implementing a Four-Tier Diagnostic Test to Assess Elementary School Students’ on Electricity Concept Marhadi, Hendri; Mulyani, Eva Astuti; widyanthi, Astri; Hermita, Neni
Proceedings of the UR International Conference on Educational Sciences 2018: Proceedings of the 2nd UR International Conference on Educational Sciences
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This study reports on the implementing a four-tier test diagnostic instrument on magnetism concept, which has not been defined in the literature. It is an improved understanding of the two-tier test matters. The four-tier diagnostic test was focused on electricity concept. It was measured to 20 elementary school students. They were correctly trained on the preceding topics. The substantial corporate of the respondents was established to have an unfortunate kind and misconceptions of the subjects tested. We have already described that the test was able to investigate and categorize students into student conception of electricity concepts. Research result with four tier tests showed scientific conception 9 %, which was likely to have misconceptions 64 %, and the students were lack of knowledge the concept of 25 %, and had an error amounted to 2 %. The elementary school students’ inclined to be unwell aware among what they diagnosed and what they do not diagnosed. It might be determined that a Four-Tier Diagnostic Test which has previously been established be able to assess elementary school students’ conception on electricity concept.
A Four-Tier Diagnostic Test to Assess Pre-service Elementary Teachers’ on Electricity Magnetism Hermita, Neni; Suhandi, Andi; Syaodih, Ernawulan; Samsudin, Achmad
Proceedings of the 1st UR International Conference on Educational Sciences Vol 1, No 1 (2017)
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This article reports on the calculation procedure which is to recover and to device a four-tier test diagnostic instrument, which has not been defined in the literature. It is an enhanced arrangement of the two-tier test substances. As in two-tier tests, its answer and reason tiers extent pre-service elementary teachers’ contented knowledge and clarifying knowledge, separately. The two added tiers quantity the level of confidence of pre-service elementary teacher in the accurateness of their selected choices for the answer and reason tiers separately. The four-tier diagnostic test was focussed on electricity magnetism concept. It was measured to 40 pre-service elementary teachers later. They were correctly trained on the preceding topics. The substantial corporate of the respondents was established to have an unfortunate kind and misconceptions of the subjects tested. We have already described that the test able to investigate and categorize students into student conception of electricity magnetism concepts. Research result with four tier tests showed scientific conception 5%, which was likely to have misconceptions 44.89%, and the students were lack of knowledge the concept of 46.52%, and had an error amounted to 3.59%. The pre-service elementary teachers inclined to be unwell aware among what they diagnosed and what they do not diagnosed. Kindsof question tested was connected by enhanced percentage of pre-service teacher substantial accurate responses, established buoyancy and enhanced perception calculation. 23 truthful misconceptions were predictable. It might be determined that a Four-Tier Diagnostic Test which has previously been established be able to assess pre-service elementary teachers’ conception on electricity magnetism.
Utilizing POE (Predict-Observe-Explain) Learning Model to Enhance Students’ Learning Outcome in Science Dewi, Rukmana; Antosa, Zariul; Astuti, Eva; Noviana, Eddy; Hermita, Neni
Proceedings of the UR International Conference on Educational Sciences 2018: Proceedings of the 2nd UR International Conference on Educational Sciences
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This study aims to determine enhanching students’ science learning outcomes before and after applying the POE (predict-observe-explain) learning model. This type of research is a pre-experimental type one-group pretest-posttest design, which is an experiment carried out on only one group, without comparison. This research was conducted in 4 of 38 students. Based on the results of the study, it was found that the average score of learning outcomes before treatment (pretest) was 57.89 while the average score of learning outcomes after treatment (posttest) was 80.63 and the average value of gain was 0.56 which included medium interpretation, and the results of hypothesis testing using t-test with t count = 12.92 and t table = 2.0374 then concluded tcount> t table, then reject H0 means significant. This means that there is an increase in grade IV learning outcomes for students between before (pretest) and after (posttest) applying the POE (predict-observe-explain) learning model. This shows that the POE (predict-observe-explain) learning model can improve the learning outcomes of elementary school students in natural resource material.
The Effect of Contextual Teaching and Learning Model for Primary Students’ Achievement in Science Class Paura, Anggi; Lazim, Lazim; Syahrilfuddin, Syahrilfuddin; Hermita, Neni
Proceedings of the UR International Conference on Educational Sciences 2018: Proceedings of the 2nd UR International Conference on Educational Sciences
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The Contextual Teaching Learning Model (CTL) makes the learning process that emphasizes the process of student involvement in real life everyday. This study aims to determine the differences in students’ science learning outcomes using the CTL model. This research method uses Quasi-Nonequivalent Experiment of Pretest-Postest Design Group. This study was conducted on 56 students who each class amounted to 28 students. Based on the results of the study obtained the results of science learning students learn with the CTL model higher increase than those who study with conventional models. It can be seen from the gain index value in the CTL class of 56% which is the medium category, while the gain index value in the conventional class is 32% which is a low category. This shows that the CTL model can improve the learning outcomes of elementary school students in water saving and natural events.
Implementing Inquiry Learning Model to Improve Primary Students’ Critical Thinking Skills in Science Learning Kinanti, Dyah Ayu; Eriyanti, Eriyanti; Haerani, Haerani; Alpusari, Mahmud; Hermita, Neni
Proceedings of the UR International Conference on Educational Sciences 2018: Proceedings of the 2nd UR International Conference on Educational Sciences
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This research aims to improveprimary students’ critical thinking skill through inquiry learning model in science learning. This research was classroom action research in two cycles with consist of planning, action, observation, and reflection. Each cycle consisted of two sessions. Data collection techniques were non-test and test. Data were analyzed using quantitative and qualitative analysis. The results of the research show the percentage of the critical thinking skill outcomes in first cycle is 66.67 % and second cycle is 80.55 %. The average teacher’s skill in first cycle scored 26 (good category) and second cycle scored 33 (excellent category). The average in student’s activity first cycle scored 69 (good category) and second cycle scored 91 (excellent category). In conclusion, implementing inquiry learning model can improve critical thinking skill primary students’ critical thinking skill.
Analyzing Implementation of 2013 Curriculum for Elementary School in Indonesia Fu’addiyah, Tsamrotul; Alpusari, Mahmud; Hermita, Neni
Proceedings of the UR International Conference on Educational Sciences 2018: Proceedings of the 2nd UR International Conference on Educational Sciences
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Education can be obtained through school, in each school the implementation in learning uses guidelines which are in the form of a curriculum. Learning of the curriculum of 2013 is learning that links core competencies’ and indicator that are put together from several subjects. Observation results found that the implementation of the curriculum 2013 learning still appear difficult in correlating subjects with themes. Purpose of the research to describe the implementation of the 2013 curriculum at elementary school. The research method used is descriptive research method. The subjects of this study were all students of grade elementary school 03 Langsat Permai that consists of 23 students. Data collection techniques that has been collected soberly without any intention to make generalizations from results of the research. The results of the study in the implementation of the 2013 curriculum learning in grade 5 in public elementary school of 03 Langsat Permai were in accordance with the learning tools made by the teacher and students learning activities were good such as observing, reading, writing, practicing and trying.
PENERAPAN MODEL PEMBELAJARAN BERBASIS MASALAH (PBM) UNTUK MENINGKATKAN HASIL BELAJAR SISWA KELAS IV PADA TEMA 1 SDN 158 PEKANBARU Hasan, Maimanah; Hermita, Neni
Primary: Jurnal Pendidikan Guru Sekolah Dasar Vol 8, No 1 (2019)
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The implementation of problem-based learning model it will endeavor that active students in the teaching and learning process, be active in thinking and can develop students' problem-solving skills so as to create active and independent learning so that student learning outcomes. To strengthen the scientific approach it is advisable to apply problem-based learning to encourage students to be creative and contextual both individually and in the group's purpose of this study was to improve the learning outcomes of class IV students in Theme I SDN 158 Pekanbaru by applying a problem-based learning model. This type of research is classroom action research, with a collaborative pattern, the purpose of this classroom action research is to improve student learning outcomes, and improve the quality of applied learning practices. The research subjects were grade IVA students at SDN 158 Pekanbaru, which numbered 31 people. Consisting of 13 women and 18 men. The instruments of data collection in this study were observation sheets of teacher and student activities, observation sheets of student attitudes and test of learning outcomes. Data analysis techniques in this study used descriptive quantitative data analysis techniques. The results of this study are the application of a problem-based learning model can improve student learning outcomes in sub-theme 2 and sub-theme 3, namely the baseline score (UH subteam 1), which averages 69.03 increases in the daily repeat cycle I (UH sub-theme 2) average 73.70 and the daily repetition of cycle II (UH subteam 3) increased again to 84.03. The activities of teachers and students at each meeting in the first cycle and second cycle experienced an increase, although sometimes there were ups and downs.
Extracting Indigenous Riau-Malays’ Scientific Literacy through Lancang Kuning Folklore with Thematic Learning in the Primary School Context Hermita, Neni; Alpusari, Mahmud; Alim, Jesi Alexander; Suanto, Elfis
JETL (Journal of Education, Teaching and Learning) Vol 5, No 1 (2020): Volume 5 Number 1 March 2020
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This research aims to extract the story or take the essence from folklore the Lancang Kuning its scientific literacy value for thematic learning in primary school. Scientific literacy is an understanding of science and its application to the needs of the community. The method used is the descriptive qualitative analysis of interviews and documentation strategies and evaluation of data. Results from this research that obtain it some value in scientific literacy in the people story Lancang Kuning text that can then be applied in teaching in primary school using thematic learning. From these results, it can be concluded that since time immemorial been their aspects of scientific literacy are taught parents to their children either through folklore or of other matters related to culture.
Indonesian students’ learning attitude towards online learning during the coronavirus pandemic Wijaya, Tommy Tanu; Zhou, Ying; Purnama, Aditya; Hermita, Neni
Psychology, Evaluation, and Technology in Educational Research Vol 3, No 1 (2020)
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Now, the whole world is facing the coronavirus pandemic. In the meantime, students in China are required to do social distancing and not go to school. This coronavirus pandemic resulted in the use of online learning to teach students. In this research, we will get to know the students’ learning attitude towards online learning during the coronavirus pandemic. The sample population for this research are students in West Java, Indonesia. The data will be collected by using questionnaires and there was a total of 16 questionnaires that is collected for this research. The result of this research shows that online learning during this coronavirus pandemic is not very effective. Also, the students’ learning interest towards online learning is also very low. Based on the interview done on students and teachers, most of them stated that there are various factors that can affect online learning in China such as learning environment, internet and etc. The suggestion that is given in this research is that aside from online classes, teachers can also use video learning media that are used by developed countries so that it can solve the bad internet problem. The result of this research hopefully, can become a reference to improving a more effective learning media that can be used during the coronavirus pandemic in Indonesia.
Analisis Pengetahuan Matematika, Didaktika, dan Teknologi Calon Guru Sekolah Dasar Menggunakan Rasch Model Putra, Zetra Hainul; Hermita, Neni; Alim, Jesi Alexander
Mosharafa: Jurnal Pendidikan Matematika Vol 10, No 3 (2021)
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AbstrakPengetahuan matematika, didaktika, dan teknologi yang harus dimilik oleh calon guru dan guru, sebelumnya diukur dengan metode classical test theory (CTT), namun memiliki keterbatasan. Penelitian bertujuan mengetahui pengetahuan tersebut dengan metode yang diprekdiksi lebih akurat yaitu item response theory (IRT) dari rasch model. Metode penelitian meliputi survey pengetahuan matematika dan didaktika serta survey pengetahuan teknologi menggunakan angket. Subjek penelitian yaitu 38 mahasiswa tahun kedua calon guru sekolah dasar dari sebuah institusi pendidikan guru sekolah dasar di Pekanbaru. Hasil studi menunjukkan calon guru sekolah dasar memiliki pengetahuan matematika dan teknologi cukup baik, namun pengetahuan didaktika sangat rendah. Analisis pengetahuan calon guru menggunkan rasch model mampu memberikan gambaran tingkat kesulitan soal/item yang diberikan, tingkat pengetahuan responden, dan interaksi antar responden dan antar soal. Institusi pendidikan perlu mengembangkan pembelajaran bagi calon guru sekolah dasar yang mampu mendukung penguatan dan pengembangan pengetahuan matematika, didaktika, dan teknologi. Prospective Elementary Teachers’ Mathematical, Didactic, and Technological Knowledge Using Rasch Model Analysis AbstractKnowledge of mathematics, didactics, and technology that must be owned by pre-service and in-service teachers, previously measured by the classical test theory (CTT), but has limitations. Study aims to determine that knowledge with a more accurate prediction method using the item response theory (IRT) from the Rasch model. Study used a survey of mathematical and didactic knowledge, and a survey of technological knowledge with a scale. The subjects were 38 second-year students from an elementary school teacher education institution in Pekanbaru. This study indicates that pre-service teachers have relatively sufficient mathematics and technological knowledge, but they were lack of didactic knowledge. Analysis of pre-service teachers’ knowledge using the Rasch model can provide an overview of the difficulty level of the items given, the level of pre-service teachers’ knowledge, and the interaction between respondents and between questions. Institutions need to develop learning instruction for pre-service teachers that can support the strengthening and development of their mathematical, didactic, and technological knowledge.