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Journal of Educational Sciences
Published by Universitas Riau
ISSN : 25811657     EISSN : 25812203     DOI : 10.31258/jes.
JES publishes original articles on the latest issues and trends occurring regionally and internationally in the educational sciences with the aim to advance our knowledge both in term of theory and practice. Moreover, this journal also covers the issues concerned with the following special sections: Education Technology Mathematic and Natural Sciences Education Social and Humaniora Sciences Education Early Childhood Education Physical Health and Sport Education All the related educational research
Arjuna Subject : Umum - Umum
Articles 267 Documents
Analysis of Sustainable Teacher Professionalism Development of Post-Certification in SD Negeri Medang Kampai District, Dumai City Juniar Juniar
Journal of Educational Sciences Vol 6, No 1: January 2022
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This study aims to analyze all the aspects in implementing Teacher Professionalism Develoment (PKB) of the SD Negeri teachers in Medang Kampai, Dumai, Indonesia. The research data sources were five principals and forty-seven elementary school teachers in Medang Kampai District. The data collection technique used observation, interview and documentation techniques. The data analysis technique used the Miles and Huberman model, namely data reduction, data display, and drawing conclusions. The results showed that (1) the reasons for teachers to follow PKB were to add insight, knowledge, creativity, and improve professional competence, orders from school principals, and for promotion, (2) the efforts of teachers in implementing PKB were to follow seriously, 3) the supporting and inhibiting factors in the implementation (PKB) that come from the Office, the school and themselves, (4) the efforts of teachers in overcoming obstacles to the implementation of PKB are involving teachers in PKB activities, providing as much related information as possible, motivating teachers to continue to be enthusiastic about participating in PKB activities.
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Journal of Educational Sciences Vol 4, No 4: October 2020
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Analysis of the Misconceptions of Class XII High School Students in Pekanbaru by Using the Certainty of Response Index (CRI) Dita Deanesia; Sri Wulandari; Zulfarina Zulfarina
Journal of Educational Sciences Vol 5, No 3: July 2021
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One of the misconceptions can be identified by using CRI (Certainty of Response Index). The purpose of this study was to identify the misconceptions of class XII high school students in the city of Pekanbaru on the material of Photosynthesis and Plant Respiration using the Certainty of Response Index (CRI) method. This research is a survey research. The location of this research was carried out at two high schools in Pekanbaru, namely SMA N 15 Pekanbaru and SMA IT Az-Zuhra Pekanbaru. The number of samples in this study is the total population of the two SMAs. The data collection technique was carried out using a written test instrument in the form of a multiple choice test accompanied by CRI. The average percentage of students' misconceptions of SMA IT AZ-ZUHRA and SMAN 15 Pekanbaru on the concept of photosynthesis, the highest percentage is in the sub-concept of the benefits of photosynthesis for plants by 96.15% and the lowest percentage is in the sub-concept of photosynthetic pigments at 53.19%. The average percentage of students' misconceptions at SMA IT AZ-ZUHRA and SMAN 15 Pekanbaru on the concept of plant respiration, the highest percentage is found in the sub-concept of understanding respiration in plants of 84.62%. The lowest percentage is found in the sub-concept of understanding breathing and the sub-concept of when plants breathe, each of which is 67.58%.
Examining the Linkage between Students’ Participation in Co-curricular Activities and their Soft Skill Development Md. Roknuzzaman Siddiky
Journal of Educational Sciences Vol 4, No 3: July 2020
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The paper aims to investigate the association between students’ participation in Co-curricular Activities (CCAs) and their soft skill development. Moreover, the study attempts to find out whether the association between these two variables is statistically significant. The study reasonably employed survey method where primary data were collected from a total of 135 students who were sampled from 16 academic departments of a public university in Bangladesh based on non-probability sampling techniques. The study found that the students have developed diverse soft skills (which involve different personal skills and social skills) much via their participation in CCAs. The study observed that there is a moderate positive association between students’ participation in CCAs and their various personal and social skills excepting presentation skill, organizing skill and network-building skill in which strong positive association was found. Moreover, the study found that there is a significant association between students’ participation in CCAs and their diverse personal skills and social skills. Hence, the study argued that the association between students’ participation in CCAs and their soft skill development is statistically significant. Finally, the study suggested that the Government and the authority concerned should undertake suitable policy in order to utilize CCAs and thereby ensure quality education.
Effect of Active Learning in Form of Scientific Approach with Assistance of Student Worksheets Based Problem Based Learning (PBL) Towards Students Biology Psychomotor Competence in Bacterial Material Lufri Lufri; Fitria Laili; Azwir Anhar
Journal of Educational Sciences Vol 4, No 1: January 2020
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In the 2013 curriculum, students are demanded to be active in learning process. To actualize it, teacher should has adequate ability and skills by implementing appropriate learning model in teaching. Purpose of the research was to know effect of Active Learning in form of scientific approach with assistance of student worksheets based Problem Based Learning to wards students' Biology competence in Bacterial material.  The research method used a quasi experimental research by using randomized control posted only design. The population was students in grade X MIPA of SMAN 1 Pasaman registered in academic  year 2018/2019. Samples were taken by using Purposive Sampling technique. Instrument used was psychomotor competence observation sheet. Data analysis was conducted by using Mann Whitney U test. The finding showed that there is a significant difference between students' biology competence in experimental class and control class, in which students' biology competence in experimental class is higher than in control class. Average score of students' biology competence in experimental class is 3.34 (B+) and in control class is 3.17 (B). So, it can be concluded that Active Learning in form of scientific approach with assistance of student worksheets based Problem Based Learning can improve students Biology competence.
Application of Stad Type Learning Models to Improve Activity and Student Learning Outcomes Desnita Desnita; Rr Sri Kartikowati; Makhdalena Makhdalena
Journal of Educational Sciences Vol 5, No 1: January 2021
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This research is motivated by the low activity and student learning outcomes in learning. One alternative that is used to overcome the low activity and learning outcomes of social studies subjects is by using the Student Team Achievement Division (STAD) type of cooperative learning model with LKPD assistance. The purpose of this study was to analyze student learning activities and outcomes using the STAD type cooperative learning model assisted by Student Workshet (LKPD). This research was an experimental study using the Pre-Test Post-Test Control Group Design. The data used consists of primary and secondary data. The data were collected using test results of learning and observation sheets to determine student learning activities. The total population was 348 people with a sample size of 78 people with a purposive sampling technique. The method of analysis used the independent sample t-test. The results showed that the student's learning activity was declared active with a high category as long as the cooperative learning model type STAD was assisted by LKPD and the learning outcomes obtained a significance value of 0.000 with a significance level of 0.05. It can be concluded that there is an increase in student activity and learning outcomes using the STAD type cooperative learning model assisted by LKPD.
Improving Students’ Evaluation and Explanation Skills in Statistics using 9 E Teaching and Learning Model: an Experimental Study Khalid Javed Assi; Norazlinda Saad; Surendran Sankaran
Journal of Educational Sciences Vol 6, No 2: April 2022
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The study was designed to compare the effectiveness of 9E teaching and learning model with Induction and Deduction Method (IDM). In this study the sample size of 124 students of Bachelor of Science (BS) 4 years (62 boys and 60 girls) was randomly selected. The experimental and control group design was used with pretest and posttest to observe the evaluation and explanation skill of the learners by Critical Thinking Skills (CTS). The selected students were divided into two groups i.e. experimental and control group. Experimental group was comprised of 62 students (31 boys and 30 girls) control group was consisted of 62 students (31 boys and 30 girls) teaching with IDM. The students were given treatment of 9E teaching and learning (elicit, engage, explore, explain, echo, elaborate, evaluate, emend and E-search) method. SPSS (V-23) data analysis was used in pretest and posttest for ANCOVA and independent sample t-test. It was observed that in posttest results of students (9ETLM). A significance difference was observed in the 9ETLM. The findings of the research indicate that the performance of the experimental group was better than the performance of the control group. However, there was some interaction between gender of EES and effect of conduct. It was strongly recommended to adopt and teach with 9 E teaching and learning model in different science and statistics subject during teaching in general and especially in statistics.
Difficulties in the Material of Skeleton Systems and the Application of ICT in Learning Natural Sciences (IPA) Irfan Andi Gafur; Yustina Yustina; Zulfarina Zulfarina
Journal of Educational Sciences Vol 4, No 1: January 2020
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The research was conducted to determine the difficulty of the material science learning and implementation technology in the teaching learning process of high students in junior schools. The conducted at study was SMP Negeri 28 Pekanbaru, Al-Azhar Syifa Budi Middle School, Metta Maitreya Middle School and Bukit Raya Pekanbaru Middle School. The research methods useng descriptive qualitative which is obtained using Likert scale questionnaire sheets and interviews. Data were analyzed using descriptive analysis toolpak. The results showed that Skeleton System Material included in the category of Fairly Difficult with an of average 25% and the Application of Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) in Schools is still low due to inadequate. Based on the results of the analysis it was concluded that the application of ICT in junior high schools was still very low, so the development of disruptive so, the development of disruptive technology media is needed such as Tech Teacher that it was expected to improve student learning outcomes.
Development of Gas Kinetic Theory Learning Devices with 2013 Curriculum-based Orientation for Senior High School Zulhelmi Zulhelmi; Muhammad Nor; Fakhruddin Fakhruddin
Journal of Educational Sciences Vol 3, No 1: January 2019
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The purpose of this study was to determine the validity and practicality of gas kinetic theory learning devices oriented to 2013 physics curriculum. The place and time of the research was at the Laboratory of Physics Education FKIP University of Riau from June to November 2017. The object of this study was the developed learning devices based on the inquiry approach which includes experimental devices, Learning Plans and Worksheets. This type of research was four D models. Validation was carried out by 3 lecturers of Physics Education Study Program FKIP University of Riau and 2 SMA teachers from Pekanbaru. Limited trial was used to see the practical implementation in class XI IPA 3 of SMAN 4 Pekanbaru. The results of the data analysis obtained that the validity of the gas kinetic theory experimental instrument has very valid category with a logical validation value of 3,47. The validity of the Learning Plan is 3.73 in the very valid category, the validity of the Worksheet is 3.5 whit the very valid category. The practicality of the developed device is 94.1% with a very practical category. The conclusions of the results show that the gas kinetic theory learning devices of High School Oriented Curriculum 2013 were developed valid and high in practicality so that they could be used in physics learning in class XI SMA.
Insight stories: Looking into teacher support in enhancing scientific thinking skills among pre-school students Latifah Binti Monnas
Journal of Educational Sciences Vol 2, No 1: January 2018
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Due to the revision of the National Pre-School Standard Curriculum (KSPK) 2017, the strengthening of Science and Technology Support and STEM integration early childhood education in Malaysia is now being aggressively developed in line with national education policies. This case study is conducted to find out how pre-school teachers apply science process elements in their teaching and learning activities. Observation was carried out on a pre-school teacher during a lesson in one of the national pre-schools in Tawau. Observation findings show that preschool teachers understand the need for  early science education though they lack the knowledge and application of the scientific skills. Therefore, it is highly recommended for pre-school teachers to improve appropriate pedagogical practices, and support the early process of science in early childhood education by contextually emphasizing and linking  their teaching to the 21st century curriculum.

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