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Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia
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JPBI (Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia), ISSN 2442-3750 (print); ISSN 2527-6204 (online), publishes a scientific papers on the results of the study/research and review of the literature in the sphere of biology education in primary education, secondary education, and higher education. Additionally, this journal also covers the issues on environmental education. This journal collaborates with Asosiasi Lesson Study Indonesia (ALSI)/Indonesian Association of Lesson Study.
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The relationship between personal responsibility and pro-environmental intention in high schools' students Dasi, Ahsanul Akhsan; Miarsyah, Mieke; Rusdi, Rusdi
Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia Vol 5, No 1 (2019): MARCH
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (640.785 KB) | DOI: 10.22219/jpbi.v5i1.7117

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The role of personal responsibility is important to foster a pro-environmental intention can change students' pro-environmental behavior. This study aims to analyze the relationship between personal responsibility and pro-environmental intention in XI-MIPA students at SSHS of 8 Makassar, South Sulawesi. This study used a quantitative approach with a descriptive method of correlation techniques. Partisipants for study were 120 students. Data collection used non-test instruments. Analysis of research data used a regression model test (α = 0.05) and coefficient test with Pearson Product Moment test (α = 0.05). The results showed that there was a positive relationship between personal responsibility and pro-environmental intention. Students who have a high personal responsibility have several advantages, namely (1) can learned how to respect the rights and feelings of others, decide their own desires and the importance of being responsible; (2) able to become independent learners, able to play an active role in learning  and their desires more responsibly, and (3) can learn how to respect the rights and feelings of others, decide their own desires and the importance of being responsible.
Using critical analysis to develop metacognitive ability and critical thinking skills in biology Lukitasari, Marheny; Hasan, Rusdi; Murtafiah, Wasilatul
Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia Vol 5, No 1 (2019): MARCH
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Possessing and developing metacognitive abilities are an essential part of the learning process. This study is a class action research on the use of critical analysis to identify its influence on students’ metacognitive abilities and critical thinking skills as well as to discover the relationship between metacognitive abilities and critical thinking skills. The sample of this study is 76 students from 217 students taking cell biology and non-vascular plants subject during the fall semester. It is a descriptive quantitative study with critical analysis assignments. Critical analysis rubric is used to collect the data of students’ critical analysis and the essay test to measure students’ critical thinking and metacognitive ability. The data of metacognitive ability and critical thinking were analyzed using regression test. The result showed there was a positive influence of the use of critical analysis to the student metacognitive abilities and critical thinking skills. The results of a simple correlation analysis of metacognitive abilities and critical thinking skills show the means value (r) of 0.904, which means that there is a strong positive relationship between the two components. The higher the student’ metacognitive skills, the higher their critical thinking skill will be.
Understanding the bottlenecks in methodological adoption of constructivism in secondary schools in Kenya Mwanda, Gideon; Midigo, Ronnie
Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia Vol 5, No 1 (2019): MARCH
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Constructivist teaching and learning approach is one of teaching approach gaining popularity based on its principles of learner centered education. This study investigated the effectiveness of constructivist method of instruction on learning biology and challenges facing its implementation in secondary school students. The study design was quasi-experimental non-equivalent groups with a post-test examination. A total sample participated in this study was 477 students and 12 teachers. The instruments used in this study were; constructivist instruction manual, post-test, attitude questionnaire, and teacher’s questionnaire. The data collected was analyzed descriptively using mean and standard deviation values, while t-test and ANOVA were used to test the differences between group means at α=0.05 level. The study established that constructivist method of instruction was more effective in learning biology compared to conventional methods. Moreover, the both positive learner and negative teacher attitudes toward the application of constructivism was found as considerable as inadequate compulsory facilities in the implementation of constructivist learning approach. Thus, it is recommended to conduct deliberate programs in implementing constructivist learning approach in secondary schools in Kenya.
The effects of personality and intention to act toward responsible environmental behavior Pratiwi, Riska Dian; Rusdi, Rusdi; Komala, Ratna
Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia Vol 5, No 1 (2019): MARCH
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Efforts to improve environmental responsibility are still being developed partially, in fact this is the result of the interaction of various factors. This study aimed to investigate the effect of personality and intention to act of the responsible environmental behavior. This research was conducted at Senior High School Insan Cendekia Madani Boarding School in the second semester of 2017-2018 academic year. The method used were survey with quantitative-causal approach. This study used three variables i.e. personality (exogenous variable/X1), intention to act (exogenous variable/X2), and responsible environmental behavior (endogenous variable/X3). The subject were 90 students from grade XI of mathematics and science. The data analysis technique was used path analysis. Based on hypothesis test conducted, the values of the path coefficient between X1 and X2 was 0.385, X2 and X3 was 0.209, X1 and X3 through X2 was 0.08. The results showed that there was significant indirect effect of personality to responsible environmental behavior through the intention to act of Senior High School students.
Validity of guided inquiry-based modules on digestive system to improve argumentation skill Hendarto, Puji; Maridi, M.; Prayitno, Baskoro Adi
Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia Vol 5, No 1 (2019): MARCH
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Students tend to be passive in learning activities if the media is less supportive. Module development as a learning medium can overcome the passivity of students. The purpose of this research was to determine the validity and feasibility of the guided inquiry-based module on Human Digestive System materials to improve students' argumentation skill. This research is Research and Development. The research was conducted at class VIII of State Junior High School 3 of Surakarta. The module comprised of into three parts, namely the introduction, content, and closing. The contents section consisted of three sub-materials, namely: 1) food substances; 2) food digestion organs and processes; and 3) food digestive system disorders. The module feasibility was tested through the assessments of media, subject matter, learning experts and linguists. The results of experts’ evaluation toward the module showed that the module was feasible with the percentages were 88.28% (media design), 90.125% (material), 91.15% (learning aspect), and 94.8% (language). Therefore, the module is feasible to be used as a learning medium to improve students' argumentation skill.
Science literacy skills through the experience of project activities with assisted local potential based learning materials Hernawati, Diana; Amin, Mohamad; Al Muhdhar, Mimien Henie Irawati; Indriwati, Sri Endah
Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia Vol 5, No 1 (2019): MARCH
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Scientific skills literacy is one of the skills that students need to have to support the learning process. This study aims to explain the literacy skills of the students through project experience with the help of local potential-based teaching materials. This research is a quantitative study and it used quasi-experimental design, pre-and posttest design. ANCOVA analysis was used as the data analysis technique at a significant level of 5% (p < 0.5). Analysis prerequisite tests included the Kolmogorov-Smirnov test for normality test and homogeneity of variance with Levene's-Test. All data testing was done using the SPSS version 23.0 for Windows. The results of the study show that the experience of project activities has a significant effect on the scientific literacy skills in three competencies. These competencies are to explain scientific phenomena, evaluate and design scientific investigations and interpret scientific evidence and data. Competence in evaluating and designing scientific investigations has the greatest significance compared to the other two competencies.
Complex Instruction Team Product (CITP) learning model: Improving student’s scientific attitudes and learning outcomes Rumahlatu, Dominggus; Sangur, Kristin; Liline, Sintje
JPBI (Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia) Vol 5, No 2 (2019): JULY
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22219/jpbi.v5i2.8367

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Complex Instruction Team Product (CITP) learning model is one of the creative-innovative learning models which is assumed to be able to empower scientific attitudes and learning outcomes of students. This study aimed to determine students’ scientific attitudes and cognitive learning outcomes by implementing CITP learning model. This research used one-group pretest-posttest design. The sample was 18 tenth graders of academic year 2017/2018 of State Senior High School 6 of Ambon, Maluku Province. The data was analyzed using N-Gain test which then continued with dependent samples t-test. This result indicated that the highest achievement of students’ scientific attitudes were honesty and creativity (54). Meanwhile, the N-Gain score of students' cognitive learning outcomes was 0.61. In addition, the results of paired samples t-test show that there was a significant difference (p<0.05) between the students’ cognitive learning outcomes before and after the application of CITP learning model. This means that the application of CITP learning model can improve students’ scientific attitudes and cognitive learning outcomes.
Moderated effect of teachers’ attitudes to the contribution of technology competencies on TPACK Yulisman, Hendra; Widodo, Ari; Riandi, R.; Nurina, Cut Intan Evtia
JPBI (Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia) Vol 5, No 2 (2019): JULY
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Technological Pedagogical and Content Knowledge (TPACK) can be seen as teacher’s skills and abilities in choosing and using technology effectively. However, information about the teacher’s attitudes contribution to technology competencies and science teacher's TPACK is still limited. Therefore, this study aimed to analyze the relationship between teacher's technology competencies and their TPACK as well as the effect of teacher’s attitudes as a moderating effect on relation between these two variables. This survey research used total sampling technique which involved 88 science teachers from junior high school of Kota Banda Aceh. The instruments consisted of questionnaires and multiple-choice test which were distributed directly to the teachers. The data analysis was performed by using the Partial Least Square approach. The results showed that technology competencies have a positive relation to TPACK; likewise, the teachers’ attitudes in technology integration were able to strengthen the positive relation between technology competency and science teacher’s TPACK. Therefore, teacher's attitude is an important factor should be concerned in improving teacher's TPACK.
Developing genetic learning module based on blue eyes phenomenon in Buton Island, Southeast Sulawesi Slamet, Agus; Taharu, Fahmil Ikhsan; Hudha, Atok Miftachul
Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia Vol 5, No 1 (2019): MARCH
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The existence of learning resources based on local phenomena is presumed to be able to optimize genetic learning processes. The purposes of this study were (1) to produce module based on the blue eyes phenomenon occurred in Buton Island for genetic material in senior high school and (2) to find the quality of the module produced. This study used research and development (R & D) based on Borg & Gall model which was limited to seventh step. The research involved three validators, six students in initial field-testing step, and 70 students in main field testing. The data collection technique used was questionnaire. The data obtained were calculated as percentages of module quality. The results of the material validation, media validation, and practitioners were 96.52% (very valid); 82.40% (very valid); and 83.75% (very valid), respectively. In addition, the student responses to the module was 22.13% (good). In conclusion, this module can be used as a learning resource for senior high school students in genetic learning.
The profile of students’ analytical skills in environmental issues of coastal area Roshayanti, Fenny; Wicaksono, Azizul Ghofar Candra; Minarti, Ipah Budi
Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia Vol 5, No 1 (2019): MARCH
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Environmental issues needed a lot of attention especially from high school students, and their skill in solving environmental problem is important for the future. This research was aimed to discover a profile of students’ analytical skills toward environmental issues. Three hundred twenty-nine high school students in coastal area are involved. They had been given questionnaire about environmental issues. The result indicate that the tested students has 0.5690 score as adequate level of analytical skills. Thus, learning process need to be improved especially for environmental subject.

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