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Insar Damopolii
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Journal of Research in Instructional
Published by Universitas Papua
ISSN : -     EISSN : 2776222X     DOI : https://doi.org/10.30862/jri
Core Subject : Education,
Journal of Research in Instructional [e-ISSN: 2776-222X] is an Open Access Journal published by the Universitas Papua. JRI is regularly published bi-annually. By publishing bi-annually: June and December JRI is intended to communicate original researches and current issues on education and instruction including: research on learning and teaching strategies, curriculum development, assessment, and material development, teacher development, and educational evaluation policy. JRI publishes research articles that are comprehensive in nature by inviting reviews from the leading experts in the fields. The incoming papers will be blind peer-reviewed and selected based on high scientific studies and the ability to provide important contributions to the field. JRI has become a member of Crossref with DOI so that all articles published by JRI will have a unique DOI number.
Articles 13 Documents
Using inquiry-based learning to strengthen student learning outcomes Sitti Nurridha Aco; Sari Rahayu Rahman; Firman Firman
Journal of Research in Instructional Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Journal of Research in Instructional
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The research objective is to strengthen student learning outcomes using inquiry-based learning. This type of research is called classroom action research. This study's subjects were 34 students of class X MIPA 4 SMA Negeri 1 Wonomulyo, consisting of 12 boys and 22 girls. The instrument used to measure students' learning outcomes in this study was a multiple-choice test of 50. The indicator that shows the success of the research implementation is that students can achieve a minimum completeness value of 80% at a minimum standard score of 65. Based on the results of the classroom action research that has been implemented In SMA Negeri 1 Wonomulyo, it can be concluded that the application of the Inquiry learning model can improve student learning outcomes in class X MIPA 4 SMA Negeri 1 Wonomulyo. The increase in learning outcomes indicates the research results from cycle I to cycle II; namely, the average value of student learning outcomes increased from 26.47% to 88.23%.
The effort to enhance pupils cognitive learning achievement using contextual teaching and learning approach Milburga Bhure; Felix Welu; Siprianus See; Maria Kristina Ota
Journal of Research in Instructional Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Journal of Research in Instructional
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Contextual teaching and learning (CTL) become learning that can empower pupils' cognitive learning achievement. The research objective was to enhance pupils' cognitive learning achievement (CLA) using the CTL approach. The classroom action research by Kemmis and McTaggart was used in this research. The subjects of this study were pupils of grade IV SDK Doreng, Doreng District, Sikka Regency. Participant research was ten pupils' (three boys, seven girls). Ten multiple-choice tests were used for the evaluation of each cycle. Analysis of data was quantitatively and percentage—five categories for student CLA. The success indicator is based on a score of 65 and classical completeness of 85%. The results showed that the activity of pupils and teachers in the first cycle was low. This finding was followed by not achieving completeness, where only 70% of pupils completed. The second cycle findings inform that pupils' and teacher activities were excellent, followed by classical completeness, reaching 100%. This action research concludes that CTL can improve pupils' CLA. This research recommends using CTL in the future to enhance pupils' CLA.
The relationship between science process skills and biology learning outcome Fitri Mandasari; Iwan Iwan; Insar Damopolii
Journal of Research in Instructional Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Journal of Research in Instructional
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The study aims to know the relationship between science process skills (SPS) and biology learning outcomes (LO) through inquiry-based learning in the class XI MIA Senior High School of State 01 Manokwari. The correlational method was employed in this research. The population in the study was students of class XI MIA High School at Manokwari.  The samples in the study were class XI MIA 2 and XI MIA 4, with a total of 47 students. The sampling technique in this research was purposive sampling. Data collection techniques used tests and documentation. The hypothesis test used regression and correlation tests. The results showed a contribution of SPS to the biology LO through inquiry-based learning in the class XI MIA High School of Manokwari. The relationship of LO to biology student LO was 31%. The correlation coefficient is 0.557, indicating that the SPS level to the biology student LO was medium.
Investigation of students' motivation to learn science while studying from home during a pandemic Marsianus Raiman; An Nissa Al Mu’min Liu; Daniel Wolo
Journal of Research in Instructional Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Journal of Research in Instructional
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This study aims to determine the profile of the motivation for learning science while studying at the homes of class VIII students of SMPN SATAP Taga Laga Buru in lesson 2020/2021. This type of research is descriptive research. The population in this research were all students of class VIII SMPN SATAP Taga Laga Buru, amounting to 36 students, and the sample of this study was 36 students who were obtained by saturated sampling technique. Furthermore, the data collection technique used non-test techniques, namely questionnaires. Data analysis was performed using descriptive statistics. The results showed that the development of the science learning motivation profile while studying at home of the VIII grade students of SMPN SATAP Taga Laga Buru experienced highly motivated (44.44%), motivated (47.23%), moderately motivated (8.33%) less motivated and unmotivated development. motivated (0%). This shows that the profile of motivation to learn Science is quite good. medium.
Contextual teaching and learning approach in social science: Its role to encourage pupils' cognitive learning achievement Rikardus Ruto; Anselmus Mema; Maria Purnama Nduru; Maria Kristina Ota
Journal of Research in Instructional Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Journal of Research in Instructional
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The research objective is to strengthen student learning outcomes using inquiry-based learning. This type of research is called classroom action research. This study's subjects were 34 students of class X MIPA 4 SMA Negeri 1 Wonomulyo, consisting of 12 boys and 22 girls. The instrument used to measure students' learning outcomes in this study was a multiple-choice test of 50. The indicator that shows the success of the research implementation is that students can achieve a minimum completeness value of 80% at a minimum standard score of 65. Based on the results of the classroom action research that has been implemented In SMA Negeri 1 Wonomulyo, it can be concluded that the application of the Inquiry learning model can improve student learning outcomes in class X MIPA 4 SMA Negeri 1 Wonomulyo. The increase in learning outcomes indicates the research results from cycle I to cycle II; namely, the average value of student learning outcomes increased from 26.47% to 88.23%.
Effect of inquiry science learning on students’ metacognitive skill Tarsiana Lelasari; Aksamina Maria Yohanita; Insar Damopolii
Journal of Research in Instructional Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Journal of Research in Instructional
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This study aims to determine the effect of the inquiry learning model on the metacognitive skills of class XI science students at SMA Negeri 1 Manokwari. This study used a quasi-experimental approach with a non-equivalent control group. This study took samples of two groups, namely the XI MIA 4 group as the experimental group, and the XI MIA 7 group as the control group. Purposive sampling is used in the sample method. The instrument used is a test consisting of 12 questions in the form of a description. The findings show that the average final metacognitive ability of the experimental group is 61.22, while the average of the control group is 46.69. The data analyst used the Mann-Whitney non-parametric test to determine whether there was a difference in metacognitive ability between students using the inquiry model and students using the conventional model. P= 0.012 < 0.05 indicates that there are differences in metacognitive skills between students who use the inquiry model and students who use the conventional model.
Development and evaluation of an instructional LiveBinders for learning selected computer studies concept in Ilorin Metropolis Gboyega Ayodeji Aladesusi; Fatai Oloruntobi Akindiya
Journal of Research in Instructional Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Journal of Research in Instructional
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This research was developed and evaluated an instructional LiveBinders for learning selected computer Studies concepts in Ilorin Metropolis, Nigeria. In this research, the design and development model was used. The participants in the study were five computer studies teachers, five computer science experts, and five educational technology experts were chosen at random. The following research instruments were used in this study: a developed computer storage device for computer studies, an expert rating guide of educational technology, and a subject content validation questionnaire. Research questions were answered using percentages and mean. The study concluded that if LiveBinders are properly integrated into learning, computer studies learning can be improved. As a result, it was suggested that students be encouraged to use LiveBinders for learning regardless of a subject area.
The teachers' extent of utilizing teaching methods for teaching basic technology Omotayo Olabo Obielodan; Amos Ochayi Onojah; Adenike Aderogba Onojah; Odunayo Sunday Alabi; Emmanuel Adebayo Alimi
Journal of Research in Instructional Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Journal of Research in Instructional
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The teaching method which teachers adopt for instruction could aggravate students’ performance if successfully employed. However, its use may not be optimum as expected. This study investigated the extent of utilization of teaching methods used for teaching basic technology and the influence of gender on teachers’ extent of utilizing teaching methods to teach basic technology. The study adopted a descriptive research design. One hundred twenty-two basic technology teachers in Nigeria were purposively sampled. The findings of this study were that question and answer, discussion, inquiry, and discovery, field trip, and project and presentation teaching methods are always employed by basic technology teachers in teaching while role-playing, game, and simulation teaching method are moderately utilized for teaching. Also, there was a significant difference between male and female teachers’ extent of utilizing teaching methods to teach basic technology in favor of the male basic technology teachers. The study concluded that appropriate use of teachers’ desired teaching methods could influence instructional delivery. It was thus recommended that educational institutions should organize conferences, seminars, training, and workshops for basic technology teachers on the use of effective teaching methods.
Evaluating ICT utilization in education administration and management during the COVID-19 outbreak in Pakistan: An empirical review Abdul Rahim Chandio
Journal of Research in Instructional Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Journal of Research in Instructional
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This study aims to evaluate the utilization of ICT in education administration and management in a Pakistan context during the pandemic outbreak. Adoption of information and communication technologies (ICTs) has digitalized the learning process where education organizations were administrated by means of wireless-based instructions, electronic pedagogy, and online assessment in order to continue the educational activities while the government halted the physical appearance in education institutions. Data collection has been carried by three public universities in which teachers and general administration of these institutions participated to discover their intention to use the assigned technology to administrate organizations’ policies in the way to disseminate the respective service delivery. Survey questionnaires were used, and 178 respondents’ feedback was secured to analyze the study that was carried out via SPSS version 24 and validation OF hypotheses measured by means of regressions and correlations. Moreover, proposed factors like intention to use, perceived ease of ease, perceived usefulness, social influence, and Users’ expectations were used. A theoretical approach was inculcated to encircle the UTAUT and TAM model to determine the adoption of the innovative system education management during the pandemic outbreak in the country.
The inquiry-based student book integrated with local resources: The impact on student science process skill Nuryanti Rumalolas; Meilin S. Y. Rosely; Jan Hendriek Nunaki; Insar Damopolii; Novri Y. Kandowangko
Journal of Research in Instructional Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Journal of Research in Instructional
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Research by several researchers on Biology Education Research (BER) showed that science process skills (SPS) were still a little bit researched. The purposes of this research are to reveal the followings: (1) the potential of inquiry-based student books integrated with local resources to improve students' science process skills; and (2) the differences in boys and girls science process skills. An experiment using the factorial design (2 X 2) was done on 52 randomly-selected senior high school students. Data collection was used essay test, then analyzed using ANOVA. This research revealed that students' SPS experienced an improvement when they studied in an inquiry class supported by a student book integrated with local resources. There is no distinction in the science process skills of boys and girls students. Boys and girls have the same opportunity to develop their SPS.

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