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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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Development Book Based on Constructivism for Basic Education in Primary School Teacher Education Program Anna Mariyani; Wahyu Rikha Rofikhatul Ula
International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series Vol 4, No 1 (2020): International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/ijsascs.v4i1.49453

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The objectives of this research are: 1) to develop of book for basic education in the constructivism-based; (2) to investigate the feasibility of book for basic education in the constructivism-based; and (3) the effectiveness of book for basic education in the constructivism-based for the students’ achievement STKIP Muhammadiyah of Blora Central Java. The research used the Research and Development (R&D) method, which referred to the model claim by Thiagarajan (4D), namely: (1) Define; (2) Design; (3) Development; (4) Disseminate. The respondents of book for basic education included field testing respondents consisting 2 validators and 2 practitioners, limited scale main field testing respondents consisting 10 students, and operational field testing respondents consisting of 30 students in class existing learning. The data of research through questionnaire, observation, in-depth interview, and test. The data analysed by using the descriptive qualitative method.
Teacher Professionalism, Teacher Monitoring in Learning from Home, Parental Participation, and Android-Assisted Learning as Predictors of Students Achievement in COVID-19 Pandemic Donald Samuel Slamet Santosa; Retnowati Retnowati; Slameto Slameto
International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series Vol 4, No 1 (2020): International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/ijsascs.v4i1.49454

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Indonesian government implements open and distance learning (ODL) for K-12 until December 2020. Home learning is demanded to have similar quality to learning at school. One indicator of the quality of learning is students achievement. Based on a systems approach, this study sought to find predictors of students’ achievement through ODL in which teacher professionalism (input), android-assisted learning, learning monitoring by the teacher, and parental participation (process) were the predictors of students’ learning outcomes (output). The data sources of this study were obtained from 102 teachers of 487 members of Slameto facebook accounts; data netted with a questionnaire of 24 items that were valid and reliable. To analyze the data, the researchers used the Step Wise Model Regression technique assisted by SPSS for Windows version 25. The results showed that teacher professionalism was the main determinant of students’ achievement with a contribution of 31.30% (model 1); when it was accompanied by monitoring of learning by the teacher, it increased to 37.90% (model 2), and when it was accompanied by parental participation, it gained 43.60% contribution (model 3). This study emphasizes the need for a management model based on parental participation in improving the quality of learning from home (ODL).
Improving the Effectiveness of Individual ABA Therapy of Autistic Children Through Addition Foldable Table Top Dwi Candra Purnamasari; Sinta M Sari; Lu’lu’ Purwaningrum
International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series Vol 4, No 1 (2020): International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/ijsascs.v4i1.49455

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Children with autism tend to have difficulty to sit still during therapy. This causes hindranceinthe therapy process. Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) is one of the best proven ways to treat children with autism. ABA method usually uses a special table called ABA table. However, the ABA table still has some problems in its use. When autistic children throw a tantrum, they often push the therapy table. This makes the therapists have to hold the table with their feet and hurts the therapists feet makes therapy ineffective. This study aims to investigate the effect of oval curvature,base mat addition and alternative designs of a foldable table top addition on the ABA table. The results of this evaluation are expected to improve the effectiveness of ABA table as a therapeutic tool. Research method used observations were carried out using three types of tables. Namely Table A, which is commonly used in ABA therapy, with oval curvatureon its edge and without a permanent base mat, and Table B, which is a table without oval curvature on its edge but with a permanent base mat and table C is equipped with a foldable table top and permanent base mat. Observationswere carried out on therapy sessions of 15 children with autism (12 boys, 3 girls) The results of the second stage testing show that table Cis the best recommendation for use in ABA therapy because it can help increase attention, overcome aggressive behavior and help trainself-developmentin children with autism.
The Chemical Literacy Understanding of Chemistry Teachers at Islamic Senior High School Mahbub Alwathoni; Sulistyo Saputro; Sri Yamtinah; Mohammad Masykuri
International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series Vol 4, No 1 (2020): International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/ijsascs.v4i1.49456

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Chemical literacy has a role in helping students understand local and global issues such as the energy crisis, environment, and health. Teachers need an adequate understanding of chemical literacy to plan appropriate learning and design adequate assessment instruments. This study aims to analyze the description of chemical literacy skills in chemistry teachers at Madrasah Aliyah (Islamic Senior High School). This research is a quantitative descriptive method that describes the understanding of chemical literacy. A total of 85 teachers from 12 Madrasah Aliyah in Central Java, Indonesia were respondents. The research data were obtained by questionnaire with a total of 24 statements about the components of chemical literacy. Questionnaire analysis carried out to see the relationship between teacher understanding in assessing chemical literacy, obtained by using RASCH analysis. The results showed that the reliability of the questionnaire was 0.98. Cronbach's Alpha (α) which measures the interaction between respondents and items has a value of 0.96. This value indicates the instrument used is in perfect condition and effective with a high level of reliability so that it can use in actual research. The results showed that the teachers had not fully understood the domains and aspects of chemical literacy skills. The Wright map shows only 30% of respondents (teachers) understand the aspects of chemical literacy and apply them in chemistry learning. The results of this study suggest that policymakers such as the government and educational institutions, hold more in-house training and workshops on chemical literacy for teachers.
Development of Two-Tier Multiple-Choice Test to Assess Students’ Conceptual Understanding on Respiratory System Material of 11th Grade of Senior High School Azkya Arsyi Myanda; M P Riezky; Maridi Maridi
International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series Vol 4, No 1 (2020): International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/ijsascs.v4i1.49457

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Students’ conceptual understanding on Respiratory System Material has to be assessed. This is a research and development study aims to develop a two-tier multiple-choice (TTMC) test to assess students' conceptual understanding on Respiratory System Material on 11th grade. Modified Borg and Gall’s (R&D) research design was used in this research. A preliminary study was conducted to analyse teacher and student needs about instrument assessment. Instrument validation was carried out to expert judgment and 90 of 11th grade students of SMA N Gondangrejo were selected by random sampling. The validation result shows that validation of material, construct, and practitioners expert are very good. Statistical validation using Rasch model shows that there is no item bias in terms of gender, 20 items are valid, person reliability 0.73, item reliability 0.89, item difficulty divided into four categories (very easy, easy, hard, very hard), and based on person separation and item separation the TTMC instrument was developed consists of 4 categories items to assess 3 categories respondent (understanding, misconception, not understanding). The percentage of students’ conceptual understanding on Respiratory System Material shows that 37,7% students understood the concept, 41,6% students had misconceptions, and 20,7% students who don’t understand the concept.
Steams-Based Entrepreneur Curriculum Development by Empowering Local Potential for Elementary Students Rokhmaniyah Rokhmaniyah; Kartika Chrysti Suryandari; Siti Fatimah Siti Fatimah
International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series Vol 4, No 1 (2020): International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/ijsascs.v4i1.49459

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This study aims to develop a curriculum model of entrepreneurship curriculum based on Science, Technology, Art, Engineering, Mathematics, and Society (STEAMS) by empowering local potential in Kebumen Elementary School and its application to grow the entrepreneurial spirit of students in Kebumen Elementary School. This research is a Research and Development (R&D) research. The development model follows the Four-D model (Define, Design, Develop, Disseminate). The subjects in this study consisted of 8 elementary schools in Kebumen. The instruments used were test sheets, observation sheets, interview sheets, and questionnaire sheets. Data analysis techniques in this study used quantitative qualitative analysis. The results showed that: 1) The development of an entrepreneurial curriculum model based on STEAMS by empowering local potentials to foster the entrepreneurial spirit of elementary school students was successfully implemented; 2) How to foster students' entrepreneurial spirit by compiling syllabus, lesson plans, student worksheets, teaching materials, media, learning resources, and facilities and infrastructure in an integrated manner in product-based learning, extracurricular activities, and habituation; 3) STEAMS-based entrepreneurship learning can foster the entrepreneurial spirit of elementary school students. It recommends practitioners, researchers and stakeholders to empower entrepreneurship with STEAMS in elementary school.
The Effectiveness of Creative Problem Solving (CPS) Learning Model on Divergent Thinking Skills Tri Murwaningsih; Muna Fauziah
International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series Vol 4, No 1 (2020): International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/ijsascs.v4i1.49460

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This study has a goal to determine the effectiveness of the CPS learning process in thematic learning and the effectiveness of CPS on students' divergent thinking skills. The exploratory sequential mixed method was used in this study. The study participants were 184 fifth-grade students at public elementary schools in Laweyan District. Test instruments, observation sheets, and documentation were used to collect research data. The content and construct validations were used to test the validity of the test instrument, while the observation sheet and documentation were only tested for their content validity. This study went through two stages of data analysis, namely quantitative tests (normality, homogeneity, balance, hypothesis, and post-ANOVA tests) and qualitative analysis using interactive analysis methods through data reduction, data display, and conclusion drawing. The results of the study describe the calculation of the hypothesis test with an F obs value of 18.23 which is higher than the F table value of 3.02 with a significance level of 0.05. The average score of students who learn using the CPS model is 69.36 while students who use the DI model obtain an average score of 63.43. Students demonstrate every indicator of divergent thinking skills (fluency, flexibility, originality, and elaboration) during the learning process with the CPS model. Therefore, it can be concluded that the CPS learning model is more effective than DI to improve students' divergent thinking skills. The results of this study can be applied to improve the divergent thinking skills of elementary school students. 
Mourtos’s Problem Solving Skills: A View Based on Gender Yuyun Setyawati; Afandi Afandi; Titin Titin
International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series Vol 4, No 1 (2020): International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/ijsascs.v4i1.49461

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Problem-solving skill is the ability to solve a problem using the right strategy or procedure. The research aims to analyze student’s mastery of problem-solving evaluated according to gender. Based on Mourtos, Okamoto, & Rhee (2004), there is five problem solving skill indicators: defining the problem, explore the issues, planning the solution, implementing the plan, and evaluating. To obtain the problem-solving skills data using a test consisting of problem description. This research was denveloped through quantitative descriptive analysis to get data by employing a classroom test in grade X MIA II of Muhammadiyah 1 Pontianak, with 29 students of 13 men and 16 women participants. The research finding average results the examinationt of male students at 40 with and SD: 12,5. Whereas, on average, the female student problem-solving skill test result were 45 and SD: 8,8. The obtained percentage of the indicator was that of plan the solution 51,72%, implement the plan 49,14%, explore the problem 41,38%, evaluate 39,66%, and define the problem 32,76%.  Based on finding, it can be conclused that problem solving skills in SMA Muhammadiyah 1 Pontianak is still low.

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