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Development of science learning media-based local wisdom Batui to improve critical thinking ability Supandi, Muliati; Senam, Senam
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 52, No 3 (2019): OCTOBER 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (211.017 KB) | DOI: 10.23887/jpp.v52i3.18149

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The aim of this study was to develop product in the form of a Tumpe Ritual Game for Class VII junior high school students. The research used the research and developement (R & D) method developed by Thiagarajan. The research refers to the 4D model: define, design, develop and disseminate. The result of the study indicates that learning media developed is valid or meet the eligibility criteria. The feasibility category obtained from media experts and also the teacher is highly valid. The implementation of learning media in the classroom can increase students' active participation so that it has an impact on improving critical thinking skill. Gain scores obtained at the pre-test and post-test in the experimental class showed significant differences. The  gain score of experimental class was 0.67 and the control class was 0.54 with the medium category. The effectiveness of learning was done by Manova test with the acquisition of sig values. amounting to 0,000 (<0.05). These condition indicated that the media developed was valid, practical and effective to be used in the process of learning science in class VII SMP.
Assessment of students' attitudes towards natural sciences in junior high school Kurniawan, Dwi Agus; Astalini, Astalini; Nawangsih, Retno
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 52, No 3 (2019): OCTOBER 2019
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Assessment of Students' Attitudes towards Natural Sciences in Muaro Jambi District Junior High School. This study aims to determine the attitudes of junior high school students towards natural science subjects with three indicators adopted from TOSRA, namely 1) the normality of science scientists, 2) adoption of scientific attitudes, and 3) pleasure in learning science. The type of research used in this study is a type of survey research using quantitative research designs. This study was conducted in several junior high schools in Muaro Jambi Regency with a sample of 2815 students. The research sample was taken from 2 classes of class VII and VIII using total sampling technique in questionnaire distribution and purposive sampling for interviews. The results of the study of the three indicators show the dominant attitude in the good category. The normality of science scientists is in good category with a percentage of 52%. Adoption of scientific attitudes shows a good category with a percentage of categories 58.4%. The pleasure of learning science is well categorized with a percentage of 65.4%.
Study of writing strategies used by English major students Syahriani, Syahriani; Madya, Suwarsih
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 52, No 3 (2019): OCTOBER 2019
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The use of writing strategies has been widely acknowledged to improve students’ writing achievement. Due to lack knowledge of writing strategies, it is important for students to explore their learning strategies in writing. This study is aimed 1) to describe the students’ writing strategies preference; 2) to identify the difference in the writing strategies employed by students in every writing stage. A survey was conducted to one hundred and forty students majoring in English. The participants filled out the Writing Strategies questionnaire. The result indicated that the students’ writing strategies use fell in medium level. Moreover, there is no significant difference on students’ writing strategies used in every writing stage. However, knowing the students preference on writing strategies is beneficial both for students and the teachers.
The effect of predict-observe-explain (POE) learning model using open-ended problem (OEP) towards students’ mathematical problem solving skill Setyadi, I Made Aldy; Sudiarta, I Gusti Putu; Mertasari, Ni Made Sri
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 52, No 3 (2019): OCTOBER 2019
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The research aims to determine disverification of the students’ mathematical problem solving skill differences with Predict-Observe-Explain (POE) learning model using open-ended problem (OEP), students who are using POE learning model and students who following conventional learning. This research is quasi-experiment with post-test only control group design. The population that is observed in this research is students of Senior High School number 5 Denpasar 2018/2019 school year in eleventh grade. Sample which has been picked is 3 classes using cluster random sampling thecnic. There are from 3 classess have been chosen 2 classes are being experimental classes and 1 class is a control class. Students’ mathematical probem solving skill measures using mathematic problem solving skill test. Data which is gained analyzed using one way ANAVA to find out first hypothesis and continued with scheffe test. Hypothesis test result showed that: firstly, there are differences of mathematical problem solving skills between students who used POE learning model using open-ended problem and students who followed conventional learning method (F_count=19,24 and F_table=3,08 ; F_count>F_table); secondly, students’ mathematical problem solving skill by the students who use POE learning model is better than students who following conventional learning (F_scheffe=10,43 and F'=6,16 ; F_scheffe>F'); third, students’ mathematic problem solving skill with POE learning model using open-ended problem is better than the students who followed conventional method konvensional (F_scheffe=9,09 and F'=6,16 ; F_scheffe>F'); fourth, students’ mathematic problem solving skill using POE learning model using open-ended problem is better than the students who only got conventional learning (F_scheffe=38,46 and F'=6,16 ; F_scheffe>F'). It can be concluded that POE learning model using open-ended problem give influence towards students’ mathematical problem solving skill.
Learning strategy for senior high school chemistry based on starter experiment approach for improving students’ participation and achievement in learning Subagia, I Wayan; Wiratma, I Gusti Lanang
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 52, No 3 (2019): OCTOBER 2019
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This paper aimed at describing and explaining chemistry learning strategy for senior high school students based on starter experiment. This learning strategy was developed through research and development (R&D) accommodated from Borg and Gall. The learning strategy consists of three main parts, namely: learning theory, social situation, and syntax. The learning theory used for developing this learning strategy are behavioristics, cognitive constructivist, and social constructivist learning theories. The social situation explains the role of teachers, students, and schools in the implementation of learning strategy: teachers play a role as learning manager, students play a role as active learners, and schools play a role as learning facilities provider. The syntax consists of three main steps, namely observation, concept formulation, and concept application. The observation step consists observation of macroscopic phenomena of matter, writing of observation results, and formulation of questions conducted individually by students. These activities are followed by the discussion of observation results, questions formulation, and question answers conducted by students in groups. The concept formulation and application are also conducted by students in groups based on the task given by the teacher. Therefore, it can be mentioned that this learning strategy involved individual dan group learning of students focused on student centre learning activities. It is believed that this learning strategy can be used to enhance students’ participation and achievement in learning.
Analysis of English teaching materials with gender equality perspective at junior high school Krishnapatria, Kriswanda; Saefullah, Hilmansyah
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 52, No 3 (2019): OCTOBER 2019
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This study was carried out to disclose the gender bias issue by analysing English teaching materials. The research objects are three textbooks used by junior high school students from 7th to 9th grade in learning English at one school in Karawang. This is a qualitative research implementing content analysis to obtain the findings. From the outcomes of the research, it shows clearly that the three books have only delivered very little value of gender equality within the contents, in which gender stereotype dominantly become the primary issue. As a result, it is necessary for English teaching materials at junior high school level to be adjusted and revised with more balanced contents of gender equality perspective.
The paradigms of heutagogy and cybergogy in the transdisciplinary perspective Sumarsono, Sumarsono
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 52, No 3 (2019): OCTOBER 2019
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Now we are entering an era where learning and teaching strategies are determined by learners. The interconnection of heutagogy independent learning strategies with internet cybergogy network learning in a transdisciplinary perspective is intended to provide a climate of learning communication between learners and instructors more broadly without being insulated by space and time. Heutagogy models provide opportunities for learners to explore knowledge and experience through more varied learning strategies so that they become more literate and relevant in the present context. This research uses the literature review method from national and international reputable journals, Elsevier, google scholar, Scopus journal, IEEE journal in searching relevant research data through the stages of review, study, structured evaluation, classification and categorization of evidence-based that has been there. In this paper, we look at the prospects and challenges of heutagogy independent learning integrated with online learning cybergogy. Several learning paradigms are proposed as a result of a literature review on the strategy of implementing heutagogy and cybergogy in a transdisciplinary perspective in Higher Education in Islamic Religious Affairs.
The effect of "what's another way method" on creativity ability in problem solving Lestari, Hanik; Mustadi, Ali
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 52, No 3 (2019): OCTOBER 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23887/jpp.v52i3.17121

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Creativity is one of the necessary skills in problem solving. One method in problem problem is What other way. The study was conducted to find out information about other way about the ability and problems in the students in the field of Advanced Mathematics Education of integer material. The study involved 76 students from University in Yogyakarta. This research method is quasi experiment. Instrument of creativity problem solving of pre test and post test conducted in experiment class and control class. The results of that test include creativity in the problem that includes three indicators, fluency,  flexibility, and novelty. Then, the data were analyzed by comparing the results of pre test and post test in the control and experimental class. Data analysis is also reinforced by gain score. The results of this study is  being the response of students towards learning by using the "what's another way" is positive 

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