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International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series
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International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series is a scientific proceedings publication service for international conferences. Subject areas of this publication include: physics, biology, mathematics, chemistry, education, materials science, environmental science, bioscience, engineering and applied science. International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series is published by Universitas Sebelas Maret, Indonesia.
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Analysis of acid-base misconceptions using modified certainty of response index (CRI) and diagnostic interview for different student levels cognitive Satya Sadhu; Maria Tensiana Tima; Vika Puji Cahyani; Antonia Fransiska Laka; Desfi Annisa; Atina Rizanatul Fahriyah
International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series Vol 1, No 2 (2017): International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series
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The authors in this paper draw attention to the importance of an instrument that can analyze student’s misconception.This study described the kind of the misconception in acid-base theory, and the percentage students’ misconception occur in every subconcept of acid-base theory. The design of this study is a descriptive method, involved 148 of 11th grade science students from Senior High School, which divided into two classes are high cognitive and low cognitive. Further analysis of using Modified Certainty of Response Index (CRI) as a diagnostic instrument is used to explore misconception which in that test included evaluating only content knowledge with considering the reason behind the students' choice of response and their certainty of response in every question. The result of data analysis has shown that misconception occurred in high cognitive class, gained 43,86% and misconception occurred in low cognitive class, gained 24,63%. Based on the diagnostic interview has shown that misconception occurred in students due to students does not understand the concept well and they related the one concept to the other concepts with partial understanding, the result students make the failed conclusions. The type of misconception occurred is a conceptual misunderstanding.  According to the data analysis showed that Modified Certainty of Response Index (CRI) is effective used to analyze students’ misconceptions and the diagnostic interview is effective used to know the reasons that caused students which having misconceptions.
An analysis of interest in students learning of physical chemistry experiment using Scientific approach Widinda Normalia Arlianty
International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series Vol 1, No 2 (2017): International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series
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This study was aimed to analyze interest in student learning of physical chemistry experiment on Chemistry Education students, Islamic University of Indonesia. The research was quantitative. The samples of this research were 2nd-semester student academic year 2015. The data learning interest of students were collected by questionnaire and documentation of seven title experimental. Learning interest consisted of three indicators, concluded feeling good, attention and activity in the learning process. The results of this research showed that score mean of feeling good  indicator was  25,9;  score  mean  of attention indicator 17,8, and score mean of  activity indicator 8,41.  Score Mean  students for the questionnaire interest in student learning  was 51,83 and this data was categorized as “good”.
Analysis of student’s achievement motivation in learning chemistry Beta Wulan Febriana
International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series Vol 1, No 2 (2017): International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series
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The aim of the study is to determine the effect of student’s achievement motivation toward learning chemistry. This research was conducted at SMK Kesehatan Rahani Husada. The descriptive method was used in this research. The data was collected using test for student’s cognitive achievement and questionnaire for achievement motivation. Data was analyzed using descriptive analysis techniques. The results show that achievement motivation on XI grade of SMK Kesehatan Rahani Husada students was in the category of achievement motivation “high” at 47,54%. Moreover, achievement motivation tends effect is random to student’s achievement.
Critical thinking skills profile of high school students in learning chemistry Budi Utami; Sulistyo Saputro; Ashadi Ashadi; Mohammad Masykuri; Sri Widoretno
International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series Vol 1, No 2 (2017): International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series
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Critical thinking skill is the priority in the goals of education. In this case, the critical thinking has the higher process, such as analyzing, synthesizing, evaluating, drawing conclusion and reflecting which enables the individual to make the reasonable assessment both in the classroom and in the daily life.  This research is aimed to determine the students’ critical thinking skill in learning Chemistry at senior high school. This research used descriptive method in which the instruments were developed based on the indicators of critical thinking skill. The population of this research was 100 students of tenth, eleventh and twelfth grade from senior high schools in Surakarta which was chosen using cluster random sampling technique. The result of the research shows that the students of tenth, eleventh and twelfth grade have adequate critical thinking skills.
Influence integrated science model and implamantation learning with the unity of science in basic biology course to increase critical thinking Nur Khasanah; Sajidan Sajidan; Sutarno Sutarno; Baskoro Baskoro
International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series Vol 1, No 2 (2017): International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series
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This research purposed to investigate the effect of  integrated science model and its implementation in learning by Unity of Science in Basic Biology courses to improve students' critical thinking. This method research is a quasi-experimental with experimental design posttest only control group design. The population was all students of the first semester Biology, 2015/2016 academic year with consists  of  two classes.  Samples were taken with a simple random sampling technique. The data was collected using an open essay tests and observation of critical thinking skills. Data were analyzed with descriptive analysis and MANOVA test. The results showed as follows: (1) There are differences between the understanding of basic biology concepts students learn to use the integrated science model of with students who learn to use the direct teaching model (F = 7.783; p <0.05), (2) there are differences in thinking skills critical significantly between students learning with integrated science model and its implementation in Unity of science learning with students who learn to use the direct teaching model (F = 11.11, p <0.05).
Alternative fish feed production from waste chicken feathers Sri Jumini
International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series Vol 1, No 2 (2017): International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series
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In this This devotion has been done to provide education and training of the utilization of waste chicken manure, making flour chicken feathers as a fish feed alternative, that can overcome some of the problems that waste chicken feathers from the center cutting broiler chickens in the village Krasak enough, it causes pollution, and not used optimally; Low public awareness of awareness of environmental pollution; the lack of public knowledge about the utilization of waste chicken feathers, and processing technology, as well as to address the needs of fish feed more expensive, need alternative feed ingredients. This service program has provided insight to the public about waste chicken feathers so that it can be used as a new entrepreneurial startups. To achieve these objectives have been done of activity as follows: 1) Provide counseling and understanding of the community will be a negative impact on the environment of waste chicken feathers. 2) Provide counseling utilization of waste chicken feathers for people in nearby farms. 3) Make a chicken feather meal of chicken feather waste as an alternative fish feed to improve digestibility of chicken feathers. 3) The formation of the group for increasing the economic income of the family. This service activities program runs quite well with demonstrated some activity, namely: 1) Change Behavior Society (knowledge transfer); 2) Chicken Feather Extension Waste Utilization; 3) Making Unit Waste Chicken Feathers; 4) Establishment of New Business of Diversified Waste Chicken Feathers.
Model brain based learning (BBL) and whole brain teaching (WBT) in learning Baiq Sri Handayani; A. D. Corebima
International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series Vol 1, No 2 (2017): International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series
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The learning process is a process of change in behavior as a form of the result of learning. The learning model is a crucial component of the success of the learning process. The learning model is growing fastly, and each model has different characteristics. Teachers are required to be able to understand each model to teach the students optimally by matching the materials and the learning model. The best of the learning model is the model that based on the brain system in learning that are the model of Brain Based Learning (BBL) and the model of Whole Brain Teaching (WBT). The purposes of this article are to obtain information related to (1) the brain’s natural learning system, (2) analyze the characteristics of the model BBL and WBT based on theory, brain sections that play a role associated with syntax, similarities, and differences, (3) explain the distinctive characteristics of both models in comparison to other models. The results of this study are: (1) the brain’s natural learning system are: (a) the nerves in each hemisphere do not work independently, (b) doing more activities can connect more brain nerves, (c) the right hemisphere controls the left side motoric sensor of the body, and vice versa; (2) the characteristics of BBL and WBT are: (a) BBL is based on the brain’s structure and function, while the model WBT is based on the instructional approach, neurolinguistic, and body language, (b) the parts of the brain that work in BBL are: cerebellum, cerebral cortex, frontal lobe, limbic system, and prefrontal cortex; whereas the parts that work WBT are: prefrontal cortex, visual cortex, motor cortex, limbic system, and amygdala, (c) the similarities between them are that they both rely on the brain’s system and they both promote gesture in learning, whereas the differences are on the view of the purposes of gestures and the learning theory that they rely on. BBL relies on cognitive theory while WBT relies on social theory; (3) the typical attribute of them compared to other models are that in BBL there are classical music and gestures in the form of easy exercises, while on the WBT model there are fast instructions and movements as instructions or code of every spoken word.
Student’s concept ability of Newton’s law based on verbal and visual test N. D. Setyani; Cari Cari; Suparmi Suparmi; J. Handhika
International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series Vol 1, No 2 (2017): International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series
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Newton’s law is a foundamental concept that needs to be studied and understood correctly. Concept presentation in different representation will help the student to understand the concept that being learned. Student’s ability to present Newton’s law in different representation indicate the quality of student’s concept ability. This research aims to describe student’s concept ability of Newton’s laws based on the student’s ability of verbal and visual (pictorial and graphical) problem solving. The method of this research  is qualitative with the sample of 71 students of physics education from IKIP PGRI Madiun (14 students) and Sebelas Maret University (57 students). The instrument used in this research were conceptual test and  interview. The result showed that more student provide incorrect answer to the physics conceptual problem. Percentage of the incorrect answer for First Newton’s law problem is 69 %, Second Newton’s law problem is 71 %, and Third Newton’s law problem is 76 %. The  students do not understand the language of physics correctly, they undergo incorrect physics concept, and so they only understand few physics concept of Newton’s law.

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