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International Journal of STEM Education for Sustainability
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27985091     DOI : https://doi.org/10.53889/ijses
Core Subject : Education,
International Journal of STEM Education for Sustainability is a peer-reviewed journal that covers research publications in STEM Education or related including chemistry education, biology education, physics education, earth science education, space science education, enviromental education, science education, technology education, engineering education, mathematics education, and integration between two or more disciplines in STEM Education towards sustainable development. Moreover, this journal also covers the development of STEM Education such as STEAM Education, STREAM Education, MII-STEM and others.
Articles 28 Documents
Development of Worksheet Based on Scientific Approach to Improve Critical Thinking Skills Tias Ernawati; Sigit Sujatmika
International Journal of STEM Education for Sustainability Vol 1, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (348.296 KB) | DOI: 10.53889/ijses.v1i1.1

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This study aimed to develop and determine the advisability of chemical worksheets based on a scientific approach to improve students' critical thinking skills. The research method uses five design research steps simplified from Borg's and Gall's research and development. The subject of this research are science education program students at one university in Indonesia. Validation subject matter feasibility on the worksheets is 4.34 (best criteria), while the feasibility is 4.17 (best standards). A random assessment from several students is obtaining an average score of 98.67% (positive response). The research results conclude that a worksheet is advisable for students. Expert opinion conveys that using a scientific approach to the problems presented in the worksheet reveals stimulates, encourages, and improves critical thinking skills.
STEM Education Implementation in Indonesia: A Scoping Review Ratna Farwati; Kartika Metafisika; Indah Sari; Debora Suryani Sitinjak; Dian Farkhatus Solikha; Solfarina Solfarina
International Journal of STEM Education for Sustainability Vol 1, No 1 (2021)
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In Indonesia, STEM education has been implemented in the learning process since 2014. The number of researches on the implementation of STEM education are increasing from year to year. Therefore, this research was conducted to map the all articles published online with the theme of STEM education implementation in Indonesia. The scoping review was carried out following the framework from Arksey & O'Malley (2005), with the following steps: (1) formulating research questions, (2) exploring research results on Google Scholar database from 2015-2020 with the keyword “implementation” + "STEM education" + “Indonesia”, (3) sorting the collected articles with predetermined criteria and selecting them according to the PRISMA model, (4) discussion, and (5) conclusion. Found 597 articles that match to these keywords and 154 articles that meet the criteria as research data. The results showed that the STEM education is implemented as a learning strategy and approach, integrated with other learning models, used as a learning assessment, and developed into teaching materials, modules, and learning media. Additionally, teachers implement STEM to improve entrepreneurship skills, learning motivation, and various 21st-century skills in their students. Furthermore, research on STEM has been conducted in 19 provinces in Indonesia, which are dominated by West Java and East Java provinces. Beside that, the STEM education has been studied at all levels of education and high school is the most widely used research subject and STEM education has grown in small units and has proven to be capable of developing many student skills. The implementation of STEM education can be a trigger for renewal in the world of education.
University Students' Acceptance of Evolution: Basis for STEM-based Instructional Design Odessa D. Aberilla; Monera H. Salic; Ronaldo R. Orbita; Joy B. Bagaloyos; Cesar G. Demayo; Mark Anthony G. Torres
International Journal of STEM Education for Sustainability Vol 1, No 1 (2021)
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This study was conducted to explore the overall acceptance of evolution among undergraduate students in a State University as basis for developing a STEM-based instructional design to address the misconceptions about evolution. The research was conducted using the 20-item questionnaires of the Measurement of Acceptance of the Theory of Evolution (MATE) instrument assessing undergraduate students' acceptance of evolution in relations to; the process of evolution, the scientific validity of the evolutionary theory, the evolution of humans, evidence of evolution, scientific community's view of evolution and age of the Earth. The study is within a quantitative and qualitative framework using descriptive and inferential analysis. The findings revealed that all the colleges in the science group acquired a moderate level of acceptance except for the CED non-science group who received a low degree of acceptance of the theory of evolution. Although among the six concepts in the study, they generally agree on the statements and only in the idea on the age of the earth where the students were undecided. This research confirms that the level of acceptance is not positively related to the students' specialization. Based on the result of this study there is a need to develop a STEM based instructional design and this should be emphasized in the science curriculum. The teaching design will fill in the gaps in understanding concepts of evolution and its significance to the lives of many organisms and for the teachers to look evolution from very broad flexible and interdisciplinary perspectives.
Information and Communication Technologies to Improve Problem Solving and Self-Efficacy: Exploring Geometry Learning Using Dynamic Mathematics Software Geogebra Mukhtar Mukhtar; R. Ahmad Zaky El Islami; Damanhuri Damanhuri; Ferdinand Murni Hamundu
International Journal of STEM Education for Sustainability Vol 1, No 1 (2021)
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Information and communication technologies can support learning of geometry through geogebra software. This study aimed to investigate the effectiveness of dynamic mathematics software geogebra towards problem solving and self-efficacy. Seventy-four university students divided to one class assigned as geogebra assisted learning and the other as using conventional learning. The results showed a significant difference of problem solving between these two groups statistically. Additionally, The results showed that there is a significant difference of self-efficacy between these two groups statistically. The results indicates that the problem solving and sef-efficacy of the university students using geogebra assisted better than using conventional learning. We can conclude that the dynamic mathematics software geogebra is effective to improve problem solving and self-efficacy
Implementation of Talking Stick Method on Acid-Base Concepts to Improve Students' Critical Thinking Skills St Fatimah Azzahra; Nova Irawati Simatupang
International Journal of STEM Education for Sustainability Vol 1, No 1 (2021)
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This study aimed to improve the critical thinking skills of class XI high school on acid base material in the 2018/2019 using the talking stick method. This research is a classroom action research conducted in two cycles. Each cycle consists of planning, implementation, observation and reflection so that this study describes planning, activities and improving critical thinking skills of high school of class XI. The subjects of this research is all students of grade XI in one of the South Tangerang high schools in Indonesia which consisted of 33 students. Data collection techniques in this study were using essay tests, observation sheets, teacher activities, student activities, field notes and interviews. The results of this study indicate that students’ critical thinking skills increase using the talking stick method seen from the student ability to answer questions, express opinions, respond to friend opinions and consider sources. Critical thinking skills has increased, in the first cycle that is equal to 21.20% while in the second cycle is 90.90%. It can be concluded that the use of the talking stick method can improve the critical thinking skills of class IX high school in acid base material.
High School Students’ Motivation Towards Physics Learning During Covid-19 Outbreak Sukmawati Sukmawati; Riskan Qadar; Nurul Fitriah Sulaeman
International Journal of STEM Education for Sustainability Vol 2, No 1 (2022)
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Learning activities during the covid-19 pandemic have adapted by utilizing e-learning platforms, and this condition encourages the need to help students, especially by knowing their many motivations. Thus, this study aims, 1) To determine the level of student learning motivation in general and by gender 2) To determine the percentage of the ARCS aspect of each school on the level of learning motivation in general and by gender, 3) To determine the percentage of the ARCS aspect as a whole to the level of motivation to learn in general and by gender after participating in Physics learning boldly. The research sample was 275 students of class X MIPA from 8 public schools in Balikpapan. Data collection using questionnaires and interview techniques. The results showed that the general level of motivation was moderate with a percentage of 49%, while the value based on the proportion of gender for male students was 37% and the percentage for students was 63%. , 64.23% for Relevance, 68.19% for Confidence, and 71.95% for Satisfaction, while the proportion value based on gender in Attention is 67.53% for male, 67.80% for female; Male relevance 65.07%, female 63.78%; Confidence of men 69.41%, women 67.55%; and male satisfaction 72.37%, female 71.74%. Basically, this study aims to determine the level of motivation to learn physics and the aspects that affect that motivation; the higher the motivation, the greater the learning success. This study shows that high school students' motivation to learn physics based on the ARCS learning model is in the medium category. By knowing the level of learning motivation from several aspects that have been explored, we can increase students' motivation to learn to the maximum in the next lesson.
STEM Clubs: The Promising Space to Foster Students’ Creativity Nguyen Thi Van Anh; Nguyen Van Bien; Dang Van Son; Nguyen Thi To Khuyen
International Journal of STEM Education for Sustainability Vol 2, No 1 (2022)
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The rapid developments of Science and Technology call for individuals to have strong academic knowledge and creativity. Research shows that students acquire creativity after either curricular or extracurricular activities in subject matters. However, there is not much research examining students’ creativity through integrative learning activities, such as STEM activities. In this current study, we examine the potential of STEM clubs in terms of fostering students’ creativity. We used the survey method to assess students’ creativity in engineering design. We collected the data from 244 Vietnamese students, including members and non-members in STEM clubs. The quantitative analysis was performed to examine the differences between members’ creativity and non-members’ creativity. The results show that STEM club members have significantly more creativity than non-members. The results also show that STEM club members have significantly more creativity than non-members. Based on the results, STEM clubs demonstrate a significant impact on students' creativity. Consequently, STEM clubs should be implemented in high school to enhance students’ creativity.
The Effect of STREAM-Based Teaching Materials Using Smart Apps Creator 3 on Students’ Scientific Literacy Fenny Pebriani; Leny Heliawati; Didit Ardianto
International Journal of STEM Education for Sustainability Vol 2, No 1 (2022)
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This study aimed to develop STREAM-based water teaching using Smart Apps Creator 3 on students’ scientific literacy. The method carried out by Research and Development uses the 4D design (Define, Design, Develop and Disseminate). The research data were collected and analyzed in the form of quantitative descriptive from the students’ pre-test and post-test results. This research used a Google form by distributing a questionnaire given to students with 56 respondents and 11 science teachers who had used STREAM-based water teaching materials using SAC 3. The results of the study, the average percentage of scientific literacy with N-Gain was 76% with a tall category, which means that the application of learning materials based on STREAM using Smart Apps Creator 3 is proven to improve student learning. Conclusion in this study is STREAM-based teaching materials using SAC 3 are statistically proven to improve students’ scientific literacy to water material in online learning during the current pandemic.
Indonesian Students' Scientific Literacy in Islamic Junior High School Munasprianto Ramli; Baiq Hana Susanti; Media Putri Yohana
International Journal of STEM Education for Sustainability Vol 2, No 1 (2022)
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Scientific literacy is one of the main and key aspects of facing various challenges in the 21st century. Building students' scientific literacy does not mean making every student a future scientist. However, this is more about building their knowledge of science and technology to play a role in making choices that impact the survival of life today and in the future. This study aimed to analyze the scientific literacy skills of Islamic Junior High School students in Indonesia by using PISA questions from the previous year and finding out their perceptions of PISA academic literacy questions. This study used a sequential explanatory research method with a mixed quantitative and qualitative approach. A total of 150 students from eight Islamic Junior High Schools in West Sumatra and DKI Jakarta Provinces in Indonesia were selected using a purposeful sampling technique. The instruments used are scientific literacy tests to collect quantitative data, interview guides, and open questionnaires for qualitative data. The quantitative data obtained were analyzed by descriptive statistics, while the qualitative data were analyzed by thematic analysis. The results show that the science literacy score of Indonesian Students in Islamic Junior High schools value of Islamic Junior High School students is lower than the average value of the OECD countries and the United States. Then, the students also thought that the scientific literacy questions tested were difficult because they rarely got similar questions. This results also suggest that several factors cause the low literacy scores of Islamic junior high school  students, namely their lack of habit of working on similar questions, the limited number of teachers in giving questions that promote critical and analytical thinking skills and the low desire of students to read and explore knowledge other than what they get in school. 
Is Flipped Learning more Effective than Traditional Classrooms in Developing Prospective Elementary Teachers’ Competence of Designing Integrated Natural Science Topics? Anh The Hung Mai; Hoi Thi Thanh Phan; Duy Duc Phan; Trang Thi Thuy Nguyen
International Journal of STEM Education for Sustainability Vol 2, No 1 (2022)
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The flipped learning has a lot of advantages in university teaching, especially in the era of information technology explosion and in response to the current Covid-19 pandemic. Designing integrated natural science topics (DINST) is an important competence of elementary school teachers in creating an attractive teaching topic with interdisciplinary integration. The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of applying the flipped learning in developing DINST competence compared to applying the traditional teaching model for prospective elementary teachers. The article used a quasi-experimental method. The 86 fourth-year pre-service elementary teachers were divided into two groups in which the experimental group was applied the flipped learning and the control group was done by traditional teaching. This research was conducted in a 7-week course in the semester I (2020 – 21) through the Module of “Scientific Discovery Activities Organization” at one public university of Education in Vietnam. The article has identified the process of organizing teaching to develop DINST competence for future elementary teachers. Pre- and post- tests were designed and applied on both groups. A questionnaire to collect information on the experimental group's learning attitude was also carried out, which helps to further explain our research results. Descriptive statistics and quantitative data analysis were performed on SPSS. The research results have shown that applying the flipped learning has contributed to the development of DINST competence for prospective elementary teachers better than teaching in the traditional way. The research has contributed to proving the positive role of the flipped learning in developing the future Elementary teachers’ competence to integrated teaching and showed that this model can be widely applied in Vietnam's teacher training institutions

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