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Kasuari: Physics Education Journal (KPEJ)
Published by Universitas Papua
ISSN : 26152673     EISSN : 26152181     DOI : -
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Kasuari: Physics Education Journal (KPEJ) is a peer-reviewed open access journal and aims to provide a forum for researchers, lecturer, educational practitioners and University student on all topics related to physics education. The journal provides forum for the sharing, dissemination and discussion of research, experience and perspectives across a wide physics learning include: development of instruments of evaluation physics, development of instructional media physics, the development of learning model of physics, and Quasi-Experiment. Kasuari: Physics Education Journal (KPEJ) published comprehensive research articles and reviews by leading experts in the field. Selected articles, which has a high scientific achievement, provide important new knowledge, and high benefits to society of physics and physics education. The Journal was first published in 2018 and regularly published twice per year in June and December.
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Development of Physical and Earth and Space Science Content Problems Based on PISA in Class VIII Junior High School Andriani, Nely; Benni, Benni; Zulherman, Zulherman; Sudirman, Sudirman
Kasuari: Physics Education Journal (KPEJ) Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Vol 1, No 2
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (244.845 KB) | DOI: 10.30862/kpej.v1i2.30

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PISA-based science problem instruments have been developed on physical, earth and space content that is valid, practical and reliable. The PISA-based question instrument was developed used as one of the teaching materials in science learning in junior high school so students are familiar with the problem of metacognitive dimensions.The development model used is the development model of Borg and Gall. The subject of this study is a PISA-based science problem instrument for earth and space physical and content content. Data were collected using walkthroughs, questionnaires, and tests. While the instruments of data collection using a validation sheet, questionnaire questionnaire, and test questions. The data obtained were then analyzed descriptively. The results showed that the product developed was very valid with an average of 4.6; practical with an average of 0.88; and reliable with an average of 0.88. Based on the results of the research obtained, it was concluded that the PISA-based science problem instrument for physical content and earth and space content is feasible to use.
Development of Tutorial Video For Higher Order Thinking Practice on the Topic of Newton’s Law Syaidah, Nur; Suana, Wayan; Sesunan, Feriansyah
Kasuari: Physics Education Journal (KPEJ) Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Vol 1, No 2
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (820.436 KB) | DOI: 10.30862/kpej.v1i2.28

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The aims of this research were to yield a product of question evaluation tutorial video higher  order thinking of newton’s law which have been tested its validity, so that product developed effective used in study. Development models used in this research is the ADDIE model which consist of five stages: analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation. The result obtained from expert validation test with an average score of 3,53 with the qualifyng product is very valid, practitioners test result obtained an average score of 3,93 with very valid qualifyng, and one by one test results of the product was attractive, and easy to use. The result implementation of product showed if result learn the student reach the value KKM 75% than expected after using the developed product.
Effect of Cooperative Learning Model Types of Stick Talking Using Simple Props to Higher Order Thinking Skill Halimatussa’diyah, Halimatussa’diyah; Mujasam, Mujasam; Widyaningsih, Sri Wahyu; Yusuf, Irfan
Kasuari: Physics Education Journal (KPEJ) Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Vol 1, No 2
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (308.744 KB) | DOI: 10.30862/kpej.v1i2.27

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This study was conducted to see the effect of the talking stick type of learning model by using simple teaching aids on high-level thinking skills in light material in the SMP Yapis Manokwari. Research subjects amounted to 56 students consisting of control class (class VIIIb) totaling 28 students and experimental class (class VIIIa) totaling 28 students. This type of research is quasi-experimental design with non equivalent control group design. The results showed that the data analyzed were normally distributed and homogeneous so that the hypothesis test used independent sample t-test with a significance value = 0.05. The calculation result with sig 2 tailed is 0,000 <= 0,05 so H0 is rejected and Ha is accepted. This means that there are influences of hots on students who are taught using cooperative learning model type talking stick with those taught using conventional models. In addition, the cooperative learning model type talking stick and conventional models also have an influence on students' hots with different sizes. The difference is seen in the results of the calculation of the N-gain value shows that the N-gain test of the experimental class and the control class are 0.39 and 0.38 respectively in the medium criteria. The N-gain value of the postest hots in the experimental and control classes is also 0.40. So that the experimental class and controls increase higher order thingking skill. But the posttest value in the experimental class is better than the control class.
Analysis of Students' Critical Thinking Skills in Dynamic Electrical Material Misbah, Misbah; Mahtari, Saiyidah; Wati, Mustika; Harto, Muhdi
Kasuari: Physics Education Journal (KPEJ) Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Vol 1, No 2
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (241.993 KB) | DOI: 10.30862/kpej.v1i2.19

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Student learning achievement does not only depend on students' ability to solve problems. Learning achievement also depends on the suitability of the good questions, so the questions need to be tested for empirical validity. This study aims to analyze the problem of critical thinking skills. The research method is quantitative descriptive method. The subjects of the trial were 32 students of class XII IPA in high school in the city of Banjarmasin. The technique of collecting data uses a test of critical thinking skills. The results of the research data are processed using the RASCH model with the Winstep program to obtain information related to infit, outfit, and undimensionality items. The results showed that with the mean MNSQ OUTFIT criteria of 1.07, ZSTD OUTFIT 0, reliability based on item separation was 1.78 with special categories and proved to be fit tests with the model. The reliability of the question using apron cronbach is 0.64. Based on the RASCH analysis there are 3 questions that are outliert. The results of the study show that critical thinking skills in dynamic electrical material can be used with improvement.
Development of Cadets Worksheets based on Problem Centered Learning as Applied Physics Learning Media Erlinda, Nelfi; Rianto, Budi; Efrianto, Dody
Kasuari: Physics Education Journal (KPEJ) Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Vol 1, No 2
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (224.953 KB) | DOI: 10.30862/kpej.v1i2.31

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The purpose of this study to develop valid and practical Cadets Worksheets based on Problem Centered Learning. This type of research was a Research and Development (R & D) research, which uses six research steps: potential problems, information gathering, product design, design validation, design improvement, and testing. The research instrument used was a questionnaire of validity and questionnaire of practicability. Analysis techniques used to test the validity and practicality of learning materials developed student worksheet was Likert-scale analysis techniques. Based on validation data analysis by validator obtained average percentage value of Cadets Worksheet was 83,6% (very valid). The result of Cadets Worksheet practice percentage by students' was 83.4% (very practical). Based on the above data analysis can be concluded that Worksheet Physics based PCL developed valid and practical.
The Implementation of Guided Discovery Learning Model Using Simple Tools Allo, Alberto Yonathan Tangke; Sebayang, Sri Rosepda Br.
Kasuari: Physics Education Journal (KPEJ) Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Vol 1, No 2
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (185.864 KB) | DOI: 10.30862/kpej.v1i2.18

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The purpose of this research was to observe the implementation of the Guided Discovery Learning (GDL) model using simple tools toward the students conceptual understanding of the lesson. GDL model was applied to all students enrolled in the Physics Experiments I class in the 2018/2019 academic year at the. Physics Education Program, Teaching and Education Faculty of Papua University. This research is pre-experimental research using one-shot case study with used assessment implementation GDL model consists of Syntax GDL model, the make simple tools, the make Student Worksheet (LKPD), students' concept understanding, and student perceptions. The results are, implementation GDL model with an average value of 88.7% in the excellent category, the assessment of simple tools designed by students during GDL learning obtained the results of with an average value of 91.8% in the excellent category, Student Worksheet (LKPD) with an average value of 89.7% in the excellent category, students' concept understanding during GDL learning with an average value of 66,7% in the good category, and student perceptions of GDL implementation using a simple tool with an average value of 92,43% in the excellent category.

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