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International Conference on Mathematics and Science Education of Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
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Since participants may come from different countries with variety of backgrounds, the conference is an excellent forum for participants to exchange research findings and ideas on mathematics and science education and to build networks for further collaborations.
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Design and develop physics e-book for senior high school that contains of balance of science literacy aspects in dynamic fluid topic Putri, S U; Sari, I M; Suyana, I
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Physics E-book for senior high school has been designed and developed. The e-book that has been developed has a unique characteristic. Balancing science literacy aspects based on the qualification from Wilkinson had been referred. The research and development method by Dick and Carry has been used. The steps of the research were Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation. Physics E-book with balance of science literacy aspects has been validated by six experts both from the content, media, and the balance of the science literacy aspects. The effectiveness of this e-book has been measured by implemented the e-book to thirty students in one of public senior high school in Bandung City. The results described that the effectiveness of the e-book was high. We concluded that the designed and developed Physics E-book that contains of balance of science literacy aspects in dynamic fluid topic is qualified and can be used as one of the learning sources in Physics learning.
Mathematical Self-Esteem of Junior High School Student based on Gender Fisher, D; Kusumah, Y S
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The formulation of the national education paradigm of the 21st century that education should be oriented to the science of mathematics and natural sciences. Mathematics is one field of science that helped determine and support the progress of science and technology. In studying mathematics, there are still many students both male and female who view mathematics as a boring subject. Based on that, the gender aspect in the learning of mathematics became the attention of educators. Gender differences not only result in different abilities in mathematics, but also how to acquire mathematical knowledge. This research is a qualitative descriptive research which aims to describe students' self-esteem mathematics based on gender and its relationship with mathematics achievement. A total of 72 female students and 68 male students became respondents in this study. The results showed that male students had higher levels of mathematical self-esteem compared to female students and mathematical self-esteem had a positive relationship to student achievement.
Application of cooperative model make a match to improve student learning achievements on lesson of materials functions of human digestive organs in fifth grade on primary school Sundari, S S; Suryadi, D
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This study aims to improve student learning outcomes of fifth grade on the material function of human digestive organs by applying cooperative learning model Make a Match in science learning in primary school. Research method used is Classroom Action Research which starts from planning, implementation, observation and reflection then made improvement planning used in next cycle. This research consists of two cycles, each cycle is done in two meetings. The results showed that by applying cooperative learning model Make a Match in science learning can improve student achievement. Assessment of Cycle I RPP was 73% and increased by 10% to 83% in cycle II. While the implementation of learning cycle I by 77% and increased by 6 percent to 83% in cycle II. The results of student achievement in the first cycle of 74% and increased by 12% to 86% in cycle II. Based on the data analysis, it can be concluded that the application of cooperative model of Make a Match in science lesson can improve student achievement in fifth grade.
Entrepreneurial science thinking approach in project-based learning Jamil, D K; Muslim, M; Supriatno, B
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This 21st century, research and development related learning strategies have been widely implemented, one of which is the use of project-based learning model. This model has a positive effect on student learning outcomes. However, most of the use of this model focuses more on the appropriateness between the concepts and projects the students are working on. This is considered less hope to compete in the 21st century, especially in aspects of life and career skills. Thus, it is necessary to design a learning strategy that facilitates student to use the concepts that they learn to solve daily problems or even entrepreneurship by applying the Entrepreneurial Science Thinking (ESciT) approach. Therefore, this paper will describe the application of the Entrepreneurial Science Thinking (ESciT) approach in project-based learning as a learning strategy that is expected to provide opportunities for students to further improve their skills not only on the mastery of concept but also on life and career skill.
Constructing secondary students’ critical thinking skill test on heat concept Mahbubah, K; Rusdiana, D; Juanda, E A; Hermita, N; Hakim, I R; Samsudin, A
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Physics education has been conducting to develop critical thinking skill and need to instrument test to measure students’ critical thinking skill. This study aims to construct secondary students’ critical thinking test (CTS) on heat concept. The instrument test is constructed by Halpern’s critical thinking framework with five domains specific critical thinking. The method which is utilized in this study is 3D+1I (Define, Design, Develop and Implementation) conducted to secondary students who have studied heat concept. The respondents are 30 students of eleventh grade in secondary school. The result of this research was domain specific critical thinking got highest score and the lowest score in domain specific critical thinking was predict the probability event In conclusion, secondary students’ critical thinking test could measure critical thinking of students on heat concept.
Content validity study: instrument development to measure professional learning communities through lesson study Lukitasari, M; Hasan, R; Handika, J; Primiani, C; Pujiati, P; Dewi, N K; Widiyanto, W; Murtafiah, W
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Professional Learning Community (PLC) in lesson study (LS) is a development ofteacher professionalism which is very important to support the learning process of the 21century. The research aims to develop a practical instrument to be used to measure affectivity and achievement of PLC-LS from a group of teachers during lesson study activity. This research was carried out of two-step validity content process namely, development and evaluation. Thefirst step was done by determining the indicator and descriptor. The second step was done through obtaining feedback from the expert related to the developed instrument. This research produced an instrument with six indicators outlined in 46 questions related to PLC namely, six reflective questions, seven collaborative questions, seven learning outcome questions, nine share value and vision questions, eight collective responsibility questions, and nine development effective leadership questions which have been validating to be implemented. Based on the CV1 analysis, there are 7 items that show below 0,6 score which is then being left out while 11 others with the score more than 0,6 were revised according to experts’ recommendations. The result ofCVR is 0.82 which shows that the instrument of PLC-LS is valid and can be used.
Improving the capability of decision making high school students through physical practicum activities using HOTV-lab model Erlina, E; Setiawan, A; Suhandi, A
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This study aims to get a picture of the improvement of decision-making ability of high school students as the effect of using HOTV-Lab model in Physics practicum activities. The research method used is pre-experiment with design one group pretest-posttest design. The subject of research is 40 students in one of high school in West Bandung. The subjects were chosen by random sampling technique. Instruments used for data collection decision-making ability at the time before and after Physical practicum activities is a test of decision-making ability in the form of essay test. Increased decision-making ability of high school students was analyzed using the concept of normalized average gain scores, <g> formulated by Hake. The results showed that 78% of students had a high increase, 19% of students had moderate increase and 3% had a low increase in decision-making ability. This suggests that the use of the HOTVLab model in Physical  practicum activities has a moderate effectiveness in facilitating improved decision-making capabilities.
Inquiry-based learning through lesson study to improve the students’ mathematical problem-solving ability Mujtahid, Z; Athar, F; Pratama, D
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Today, one of the skill that student needed to be success in mathematics is problem solving ability. As educators we are charged with the great challenge and responsibility of engaging students in learning so that they develop the skills and knowledge they need to functionin today’s world. Inquiry-based learning is an approach to teaching and learning that places  students’ questions, ideas and observations at the centre of the learning experience. Lesson study(jugyō kenkyū) is an inquiry model of teacher professional development used extensively throughout Japan and has begun to capture the attention of the American educational communityas a potential strategy for enhancing teacher professional development in America. There wouldbe implemented inquiry-based learning through lesson study about composition function and inverse function to improve the students’ mathematical problem-solving ability and used testsand questioners to know the students’ improvement. In this research, there was an improvement of students’ mathematical problem-solving ability after implemented these methods. So, wecould know that inquiry-based learning through lesson study were successful to improve thestudents’ mathematical problem-solving ability.1. Introduction Problem solving is an integral part of all mathematics learning, and so it should not be a
Epistemological Obstacles in Solving Equation of Straight Line Problems Kadarisma, G; Amelia, R
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Epistemological obstacle is one of the learning obstacles that need enough attention in overcoming it, Epistemological obstacle is the learning barrier that occurs because of the limitations of the context possessed by the students. This study aims to analyze epistemological obstacle that occurs when students solve the problem on the topic of equation of straight line, the method in this research is qualitative descriptive involving 32 students in class 9th grade and thetest instrument used is 4 problem description of equation of straight line, Result from research most students experience epistemological obstacle in solving straight-line equations, especially in determining the equation of lines if the gradient is unknown, this is because students only know the general form formula of straight-line equations only, by knowing the obstacle epistemology that happens is expected to help the teacher to make the design didactic materialof a straight-line equation that corresponds to the epistemological obstacle that occurs.
Profile of information literacy on the 21 st century throug implementation of portfolio assessment Novitasari, D; Wulan, A R; Utari, S
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Information literacy is a set of capabilities that a person needs to be aware of wheninformation is needed and the ability to locate, evaluate and use the information neededeffectively. An effective and worker in the 21stcentury should be able to demonstrate a varietyof functional and critical thinking ability related to information, media, and technology. Thedemand for IL ability does not exist in science learning. Whereas science is related to thetechnology and the surrounding environment associated with renewable and authentic issues.This DR research tries to develop ways of training IL by applying the ADDIE model. Theresearch model design uses population of SMP N 4 Lembang class VII, sample 35 students aretaken as cluster random sample. The task essay instrument developed from the P21 domainanalyzes the validity and reliability using anates. The results of the study indicate that thequestion of the indicator that students are not achieving is evaluate information critically andcompetently 85.7% (n = 35) and apply a fundamental understanding of the ethical/legal issuessurrounding the access and use of information 88.57% (n = 31) and the best achievement is toAccess information efficiently (time) and effectively (sources) 20% (n = 7). This is becausethere are constraints in aspects of teachers, students and schools. Therefore the draft designneeds to be improved by simplifying the reading and task questions, integrating the science andIndonesian curriculum, providing a hotspot area.

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