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International Journal of Chemistry Education Research
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International Journal of Chemistry Education Research (IJCER) is a peer-reviewed journal which covers all aspect of education, including chemistry education, physic education, biology education and science education. The journal publishes original research papers, short communications, dissemination, and discussion of research, experience and perspective across a wide range of education, teaching, development, instruction, educational projects and innovations, learning methodologies and new technologies in education and learning. The IJCER journal is published every February and August in a year (semi-annual). IJCER journal is fully open access for scholarly readers. International Journal of Chemistry Education Research is published by Department of Chemistry Education, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Islamic University of Indonesia. IJCER has already archived by (Indonesian Scientific Journal Database (ISJD) LIPI (Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia)
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The Inquiry Learning Model Uses Small Steps Technique Google Drive on Chemistry Learning Student Class X TAV at SMK PIRI 1 Yogyakarta Sahputra, Hadiyanto
International Journal of Chemistry Education Research VOLUME 2 ISSUE 1, 2018
Publisher : Universitas Islam Indonesia

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/ijcer.vol2.iss1.art4

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ABSTRACT: The aim of this study is to know the learning method of Inquiry Learning Small Steps in the chemistry subject through online learning with Google drive media. This study includes an assessment of learning activities and student achievement in chemistry lesson. Object of this study were students of X Class of Technical Audi-Video program (X TAV) in the academic year 2016/2017 of SMK PIRI 1 Yogyakarta. The number of objects examined were 15 students consisting of 15 male and 1 female students. Stages of inquiry learning is providing problems, formulating problems, making hypotheses, collecting data, examining hypotheses and making conclusions. Data collection using observation sheets, tests and questionnaires. The data obtained were analyzed descriptively. Based on the research results obtained that: (1) The use of google media drive can increase student learning activity in the material of atom structure in chemistry lesson. This can be seen from the value of student activity with score 4 (good), students response value is 85% (Very Positive) and the value of student learning result Pre cycle is 41%, Cycle 1: 54% and Cycle 2: 85%Keywords: Learning inquiry, google drive media, media learnerReceived: 16 January 2018, Revised: 22 January 2018, Accepted: 24 February 2018
The Development of Inquiry Learning on Analytical Chemistry Lab II at Diploma of Analytical Chemistry Huda, Thorikul; Rohyami, Yuli
International Journal of Chemistry Education Research VOLUME 1 ISSUE 1, 2017
Publisher : Universitas Islam Indonesia

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/ijcer.vol1.iss1.art5

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ABSTRACT: The development of inquiry learning has been performed on Chemistry Analytic II Practicum at Chemistry Analyst Department. This study is a classroom action research using 68 students of semester 2nd. Inquiry learning development that has been implemented in general has given the results of innovation learning in vocational education programs. Development of learning innovation is particularly relevant to the competency certification systems that have been developed in Professional Certification Agency (LSP UII). The lesson plan has been done contributed to improvements in the design of learning that refers to the Indonesian National Competency Standards in 2015.The development of inquiry learning can help the achievement of student competence. Achievement of competence from the knowledge aspect is done by using written test response test data, while from the attitude and skill aspect is measured from test practice test value. Mean of achievement of knowledge competence is 57.34 and mean of attainment of competency from attitude and skill aspect is 72.06. Competence is an assessment of knowledge, attitudes and skills that can be measured. Chemical Practicum Learning Analysis II is a process of inquiry learning conducted through a series of experiments so that the learning process should be supported by the understanding of the theory concepts that get in the classroom. Practicum learning is focused on achieving the competence of work attitude which gives birth to a standardized work culture and skills must be supported with sufficient knowledge.Data supporting the achievement of student competence can be measured through self assessment in three competency units, that is MSL973002A prepare work solution, MSL974001A prepare, standardize, and use solution and MSL974003A perform testing and chemical procedure that is in accordance with this course with SKKNI Field Laboratory Testing Services from Australian Laboratory Operations Training Package (MSL09). Assessment is done after the students follow the learning process inquiry with the development of learning video. Achievement of students average student competency Semester 2nd of Chemical Analyst Department at three units of competence is 78.52%. During the learning process practicum, students are given learning tasks in preparing work solutions including preparing, standardizing and using the solution. Achievement rates on these units were 77.30% and 79.51%.The result of the learning development that has been done can give the improvement of the learning result according to the expected target. Learning outcomes can be obtained grades A was 70.74%. Assessment of students in learning practicum is an accumulation of the value of knowledge of pre-test and test responses of writing, the value of skills and attitudes of practicum activities, preparation of reports, seminars and practice test exams. Based on the results of the study showed that inquiry learning can help the achievement of learning outcomes.Keywords: inquiry, competency, video tutorials, learning outcomesReceived: 21 June 2017, Revised: 13 August 2017, Accepted: 1 September 2017
Development of Guided Inquiry Based Work Sheet with Class and Laboratory Activity on Chemical Bonding Topic in Senior High School Zammiluni, Zammiluni; Ulianas, Allizar; Mawardi, Mawardi
International Journal of Chemistry Education Research VOLUME 2 ISSUE 2, 2018 (In Press)
Publisher : Universitas Islam Indonesia

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/ijcer.vol2.iss2.art1

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This research produced a teaching material in the form Work Sheet (LKPD) based guided inquiry which involves 3 levels of chemical phenomena namely macroscopic, sub-microscopic and symbolic. The worksheet was created using Plomp model and using guided inquiry learning cycle consisting of orientation, exploration, concept formation, application, and closure. This LKPD has been tested validity, practicality, and effectiveness. The validity test gives the result of the kappa moment of 0.83 with the category of very high. Analysis of practicality in one-to-one, small group, and field test stage showed the value of 0.80, 0.76, and 0.70 with all three values in the high category. Effectiveness test seen from student’s learning outcome before and after using LKPD obtained gain score is 0.76 in the high category and average activity of students is 86.3% at every meeting. The results showed that, worksheet using the Plomp model which has been produced are valid, practical, and effective Keywords: Guided inquiry, chemical bonding, validity, practicality, effectiveness
Application of Contextual Teaching and Learning (CTL) Components In Telecommunication Network Design and Optimization Course Firdaus, Firdaus; Dewi, Fatma
International Journal of Chemistry Education Research VOLUME 2 ISSUE 1, 2018
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/ijcer.vol2.iss1.art5

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ABSTRACT: One of the academic problems in the Electrical Engineering Undergraduate Program of Islamic University of Indonesia is the thesis work beyond the target time, so the average period of study became over time. Several solutions have been worked out, but the results have not been  significant impact. The biggest problem is the lack of research experience and support skills in research. This research proposes a new solution by inviting students to do integrated learning and research in the Telecommunication Network Design and Optimization course. The selected learning model is Contextual Teaching and Learning based on Problem Based Learning. CTL is a teaching-learning strategy that emphasizes the full process of student  involvement in order to discover the material learned and relate it to real life situations that encourage students to apply it in their lives. The results can improve the students achievement of competencies and give direct experience to students to conduct the research. This is evidenced by the increase of the average mark from 63.78 to 78.91 and the availability of student to write the good research reports.Keywords: Contextual, problem based learning, integrated learning and research, study periodReceived: 17 January 2018, Revised: 15 February 2018, Accepted: 24 February 2018
Use of Interactive Media In Biochemical Material Kurniawati, Puji; Istiningrum, Reni Banowati
International Journal of Chemistry Education Research VOLUME 1 ISSUE 1, 2017
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/ijcer.vol1.iss1.art6

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ABSTRACT: A study of the use of interactive media in Biochemistry materials at Chemical Analysis Department, Islamic University of Indonesia has been done. Interactive media used in this research is animation media based on molymod and Flash. Molymod is used in lecturing activities to explain the macromolecular bonds and structures that are the focus of the Biochemistry course while the Flash-based animation is expected to improve students understanding of biochemical metabolism processes in the body. The purpose of this study is to increase students interest in biochemical learning which is known to be difficult and unattractive.Stages of this research there are 6, namely the initial stage, pre-design, design, model evaluation, field application and evaluation of results. The initial stage is done by improving the Course Outline (CO) and Teaching Unit Course (SAP) as well as the creation of lecture modules. Contents, materials and display modules have been reviewed by incorporating elements of analysis of biochemical examples that are often performed in the industrial world. Molymods of small capacity per set can only make two interconnected monomers. Flash-based animation media can be used during college or can be opened by students independently. The use of interactive media can stimulate students high interest and understanding, ie 74.38% and 72.88% respectively. The correlation relationship between understanding and interest is also high which is marked with correlation coefficient value 0.806. The achievement of value ≥ B / C obtained with interactive media equal to 76,57% and Lecturer Performance Value (NKD) equal to 3,56.Keywords: interactive media, molymod, biochemistryReceived: 22 June 2017, Revised: 13 August 2017, 1 September 2017
Improving Understanding of Application of ISO/IEC 17025 with the Role-Playing and Simulation Methods in Laboratory Management Purbaningtias, Tri Esti; Huda, Thorikul
International Journal of Chemistry Education Research VOLUME 1 ISSUE 1, 2017
Publisher : Universitas Islam Indonesia

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/ijcer.vol1.iss1.art1

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ABSTRACT: The application of role-playing learning with self-assessment had been done in the course of Laboratory Management. The application of role-playing learning with self-assessment has been done in the course of Laboratory Management. The learning of role-playing used the module scenario that has been developed based on the general requirements for the competence of testing laboratory and calibration laboratory as stipulated in SNI ISO / IEC 17025. The development of role-playing learning was done through three materials, the making of quality documents, internal audit, and management review, in which each student material will perform the role and proven by video. Self-assessment was based on the competency unit in SKKNI Field of Laboratory Testing Services MSL91600A Develop and maintain laboratory documents, MSL933002A Contribute to the achievement of quality objectives, MSL934002A Implement quality system and continuous improvement process, MSL936001A Maintain quality system and continuous improvement process in work environment, and MSL936002A Carry out internal audits of the quality system. The application of role-playing with self-assessment could give an influence to the improvement of student competency achievement in the competency unit. In class A, students score of students previous competency points 39.35% rose to 67.75% and class B rose from 46.51% to 68.95%. The application of role-playing in Laboratory Management could improve the learning outcomes, there is an increase in the number of students who get the value of A that is 13.04% rose to 27.42% while the number of students who got £ C decreased 7.22% i.e. from 21.74% to 14.52%. In addition, the application of role-playing method could improve the teaching performance of lecturer by students that is 3.43.Keywords: quality document, internal audit, management review, role-playing, self-assessment, ISO/IEC 17205 Received: 21 June 2017, Revised: 13 August 2017, Accepted: 2 September 2017
Implementation of Active Learning Method in Unit Operations II Subject Mamun, Sholeh
International Journal of Chemistry Education Research VOLUME 2 ISSUE 1, 2018
Publisher : Universitas Islam Indonesia

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/ijcer.vol2.iss1.art7

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ABSTRACT: Active Learning Method which requires students to take an active role in the process of learning in the classroom has been applied in Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Industrial Technology, Islamic University of Indonesia for Unit Operations II subject in the Even Semester of Academic Year 2015/2016. The purpose of implementation of the learning method is to assist students in achieving competencies associated with the Unit Operations II subject and to help in creating a conducive academic atmosphere so as to contribute to improving the quality of teaching and learning in the study environment. The implementation of this learning method synergized with the face-to-face method is quite successful. This is indicated by an increase in the students final score ofB from the baseline by 44% to 80%. This achievement exceeds the targeted percentage of 60%.Keywords: active learning method, face to face method, process of learning, conducive academic atmosphere, unit operations IIReceived: 6 February 2018, Revised: 15 February 2018, Accepted: 25 February 2018
Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education Approach against a Microscopic Representation Skill in Atom and Molecule Concept Wisudawati, Asih Widi
International Journal of Chemistry Education Research VOLUME 2 ISSUE 1, 2018
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/ijcer.vol2.iss1.art1

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ABSTRACT: The aim of this research in to know microscopic representation change in atom and molecule concept which is influenced by STEM Education. This research is one of the sequences in Research and Development of test instrument by chemistry software. The kind of this research is fieldwork research with one group pre-test and post-test design. Subjects in this research are the twenty-seven  students in MBS Senior High School grade 11 th in Yogyakarta region. STEM Education can improve student microscopic representation skill from 30.18 to 54.62 in average score and based on student result in painting molecule with ChemDraw and Avogadros application, there are a lot of improvement in understanding concept.Keywords: STEM education, microscopics representations, atom and moleculeReceived: 11 January 2018, Revised: 21 January 2018, Accepted: 24 February 2018
Group Resume Learning through Drama in Instructional Technology Course Diniaty, Artina; Fauziah, Lina
International Journal of Chemistry Education Research VOLUME 1 ISSUE 1, 2017
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/ijcer.vol1.iss1.art2

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ABSTRACT: The implementation of group resume learning through drama in instructional technology subjects aimed to create a pleasant atmosphere and improve student creativity in learning so as to facilitate them in understanding the material being studied. The implementation of the research was conducted in four stages: plan, implementation, observation, and evaluation. The results showed that 1) the assessment of drama on group resume learning through drama in instructional technology course is very good, and 2) student response to group resume learning through drama in instructional technology course is very good.Keywords: group resume, drama, instructional technologyReceived: 10 June 2017, Revised: 5 August 2017, Accepted: 1 September 2017
The Development of Ethnoscience-Based Chemical Enrichment Book as a Science Literacy Fitria, Mariana; Wisudawati, Asih Widi
International Journal of Chemistry Education Research VOLUME 2 ISSUE 1, 2018
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/ijcer.vol2.iss1.art8

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ABSTRACT: This study aims to examine the characteristics and quality of chemical enrichment books based on ethnosciences as a source of science literacy learners. The research method used is Research and Development. Data collection using questionnaire method. Data analysis is done quantitatively and qualitatively. The result of research is in the form of chemical enrichment book based on ethnoscience with characteristics: (1) A5 print media, (2) raised 4 Javanese cultural themes especially Yogyakarta area consisting of Batik, Wayang Kulit, Merapi, and Dagger themes, (3) the theme in general, the transformation of science from indigenous science to scientific science, and the renewal steps that can be made based on the existing environmental or social facts in the theme, (4) developed by containing affective, cognitive, andpsychomotor domains. Assessment is performed using an assessment  instrument that refers to the instrument B1 of the Center for Curriculum and Bookkeeping. Assessment by material experts, media experts, cultural experts, chemistry teachers, and students responses were 83.33%, 90.9%, 60%, 84.30%, and 90%, respectively, with Good category (B), Very Good (SB), Enough (C), Very Good (SB), and Good (B), thus this chemical enrichment book deserves to be a source of science literacy by studentsKeywords: development, enrichment book, ethnoscience, javanese culture, literacy scienceReceived: 10 February 2018, 16 February 2018, Accepted: 24 February 2018

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