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SETS-based guided experiment book: Empowering science process skills of elementary school students

Prasasti, Pinkan Amita Tri, Listiani, Ivayuni

Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia Vol 4, No 3 (2018): NOVEMBER
Publisher : University of Muhammadiyah Malang

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In this 21st‚??century, students are expected to have current competencies in which one of them is science process skills. The aim of this research was to empower science process skills through the SETS-based guided experiment book. This Posttest Only Control Group Design study involved 50 students of fifth grade which divided into two groups i.e. 25 students as the experimental group and 25 students as the control group. The activities were carried out for three months outside of school. The empowerment of science process skills was measured from the increasing scores before and after the implementation of the SETS Guided Experiment Book. The results showed that there was a significant different between experimental group and control group as the significancy value was 0.01 (sig. < 0.05). This means that the SETS-based guided experiment book can empower Science process skill of elementary school students.

Cultivating students‚?? environmental awareness by creating bottle garden in school: A qualitative study

Situmorang, Risya Pramana, Tarigan, Sari Dewi

Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia Vol 4, No 3 (2018): NOVEMBER
Publisher : University of Muhammadiyah Malang

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Environmental awareness has becoming a critical value to be integrated among youth. This research aimed to analyze the implementation of students‚?? environmental awareness of Christian Junior High School 2 in Salatiga by creating bottle garden in school. This research was descriptive qualitative which was conducted in the second semester of academic year 2017/2018 and involved 47 students. The data collection techniques used were questionnaire and observation. The implementation of environmental awareness was measured based on the New Ecological Paradigm theory with five main indicators, namely: 1) anti-exemptionalism, 2) anti-anthropocentrism, 3) limits to growth, 4) balance of nature, and 5) eco-crisis. The results showed that by learning through bottle garden activities, students have reached a good understanding of eco-crisis, anti-exemptialism, balance of nature, anti-anthropocentrism, and limit of growth in which the value were 3.35; 3.11; 3.2; 3.19; and 3.14 respectively (3.21 ‚?§ score <3.73). This means that the students have possessed a ‚??good‚?? level of environmental awareness.

Improving students learning motivation through mobile learning

Sari, Alfiana Monika, Nurcahyo, Heru

Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia Vol 4, No 3 (2018): NOVEMBER
Publisher : University of Muhammadiyah Malang

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One of the obstacles to achieving learning objectives is the low motivation of student learning. This study aimed to determine the improvement of students learning motivation through mobile learning. This pre-experimental study consisted of 35 students of ¬†XIPA1 as a subject while the population is all the students of State Senior High School 1 of Banguntapan ‚?? Yogyakarta. The sampling technique used purposive sampling. Data collection used questionnaires were given before and after learning. Data analysis used paired t-test and N-gain score to see the effectiveness of mobile learning in increasing students learning motivation. The results showed that by using the mobile learning had a significant effect on students learning motivation with a significance value (őĪ) of 0.00 <0.05 while the N-gain score was included in the medium category, which was 0.64. The conclusions from this study indicate that mobile learning can increase learning motivation.

Scene setting activities: One of students‚?? learning motivation factor

Ansar, Ansar, Afiif, Ahmad, Damayanti, Eka

Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia Vol 4, No 3 (2018): NOVEMBER
Publisher : University of Muhammadiyah Malang

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Apperception at the beginning of teaching and learning process is the common activity done by the teacher which determine the effectiveness of the process. This study aimed to determine the relationship between scene setting at the beginning of the learning process and student‚??s learning motivation. This was a correlational research in which the population was seventh-grade students at MTs. Madani Alauddin Pao Pao. The number of samples was sixty students, taken from 50% of the population by using simple random sampling. The instruments used were scene setting activity observation sheet and motivational questionnaire sheet, they both used the Likert scale. The data obtained were analyzed using simple linear regression analysis. The results indicated that there was a significant correlation between the scene setting and students learning motivation in Integrated Science subject in class VII of MTs. Madani Alauddin Pao Pao (p < 0.05). The relation between scene setting and learning motivation was in a strong category (R = 0.600). Thus, the better the scene setting activities, the more optimum the students‚?? motivation.¬†

The implementation of school-literacy-movement: Integrating scientific literacy, characters, and HOTS in science learning

Suryawati, Evi, Suzanti, Fitra, Suwondo, Suwondo, Yustina, Yustina

Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia Vol 4, No 3 (2018): NOVEMBER
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This study aimed to examine the implementation of the School Literacy Movement (SLM) by observing its impacts toward the scientific literacy, characters, and HOTS of Grade VII Junior High School (JHS) students in Pekanbaru within the context of K-13. The survey was conducted with 45 natural science teachers on the basis that they have integrated K-13 into their teaching and learning. The data of SLM implementation was obtained from the teacher by means of questionnaires and observation which was conducted in science classes in three JHS in pollution and global warming topics. The results showed that 49.13% of activities were successfully implemented by SLM. The results showed that students‚?? scientific literacy in the three schools were 69.5%, 76.3%, and 75.2%. Meanwhile, the character values have reached 80.6%, 76.4%, 72.9%, and students‚?? HOTS values were 73.0%, 72.5%, and 73.3%. Based on the survey, it can be concluded that although the school has pioneered SLM, the strengthening of scientific literacy, characters, and HOTS has not been executed by all teachers who implement K-13 due to various obstacles need new policies to assess the execution of the SLM program by the local education department.

Developing mobile learning as ecology practical tool using three-layer observation framework

Sambodo, Rizki Agung, Prayitno, Baskoro Adi, Karyanto, Puguh, Sulistyowati, Eka

Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia Vol 4, No 3 (2018): NOVEMBER
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Developing a practical tool in ecology that addresses the challenge of transferring the ecologicalconcept systematically has become¬†an essential factor in achieving a better understanding of the teaching process. Three-layer Observation Framework (TlOF) is one of the best methods that can be adopted in designing practical work in ecology since its power in providing a step-by-step concept reconstruction. This research aimed to develop a sample of practical work in ecological teaching and learning based on the TlOF. This research followed the ADDIE method in developing the product with some modifications. The research focus was set to gain product‚??s appropriateness from validators and users. The developed product was tested in Biology Education Department at the State Islamic University of Sunan Kalijaga, Yogyakarta in order to collect responses for further product improvement. The results of the appropriateness test from three validators showed that the developed product is ‚??very good‚?Ě with an average score of 81.8. During the performed preliminary test by users, as high as 82.5 was achieved. It means that the developed product gained a good perception from the respondents. According to the results, TlOF-based mobile learning the practical tool is the potential to become an alternative media in improving practical work in term of encompassing ecological concepts.¬†

Developing flash media of Quranic-based human reproduction system material

Kurniawan, Arif Didik, Muldayanti, Nuri Dewi, Putri, Banita Eka

Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia Vol 4, No 3 (2018): NOVEMBER
Publisher : University of Muhammadiyah Malang

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The problem of implementing Islamic values in the learning process is one of the concerns in Islamic-based schools, in particular, Rahmatan Lil‚??alamin Islamic Senior High School in Pontianak. This study aimed to develop learning media based on the Quran verses in the human reproductive system using Macromedia flash software. This research and development used three phases of the 4D model developed by Thiagarajan, namely define, design, and development. The development results were validated by expert appraisal consisted of instructional review (appropriateness, effectiveness, feasibility) and technical review (media and language). Instruments used in this study were interview guide sheet (define phase), validation sheets, student response questionnaires, and post-test for product trial (development phase). Product trials were carried out by testing large groups consisted of 64 students majoring in social science at Rahmatan Lil‚??alamin Islamic Senior High School. The expert appraisal results showed that media reached ‚??very valid‚?Ě criteria with the validation scores 83.33 (instructional review), 80.42 (media), ¬†and 85.00 (language). Therefore, the flash media of Quranic-based human reproductive system material is potential to be used as media in teaching Islamic values integrated within the learning process.

Scientific process skills: Preliminary study towards senior high school student in Palembang

Andini, Tri Eka, Hidayat, Saleh, Fadillah, Etty Nurmala, Perrmana, Tutut Indria

Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia Vol 4, No 3 (2018): NOVEMBER
Publisher : University of Muhammadiyah Malang

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The 21st-century challenges require the next generations to have various skills to deal with, including scientific process skills. This study aimed to describe the scientific process skills of the senior high school student in Palembang in term of ecology subject. This descriptive quantitative research observed 231 respondents of the tenth-grade student from two different sub-districts in Palembang, Gandus and West Ilir. The student‚??s scientific process skills were measured using the test instrument and interview. The results showed that there were various outcomes for each indicator in Gandus i.e. 68.87% (observing), 75.00% (grouping), 54.81% (interpreting), 73.08% (predicting), 52.56% (formulating a hypothesis), 49.04% (planning an experiment), and 43.59% (communicating). Meanwhile in West Ilir the outcomes for students‚?? scientific process skills were 69.48% (observing), 66.34% (grouping), 56.65% (interpreting), 64.04% (predicting), 59.64% (formulating a hypothesis), 47.85% (planning an experiment), and 41.39% (communicating). It can be concluded that the students‚?? scientific process skills in Palembang were categorized as the medium. Hence, strategies to promote students‚?? scientific process skills in biology class still need to be improved especially in ecology learning.

Developing of guided inquiry-based biochemistry practicum guidebook

Widyaningrum, Diyah Ayu, Wijayanti, Titik

Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia Vol 4, No 3 (2018): NOVEMBER
Publisher : University of Muhammadiyah Malang

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There were no practicum guidebook in Biochemistry hands-on activity at IKIP Budi Utomo, Malang city, East Java-Indonesia. The purposeof this study was to develop a guided inquiry-based biochemistry practicum guidebook for students of IKIP Budi Utomo. The development of guidebook followed the 4D-Thiagajaran model which has 4 stages, namely define, design, develop, and disseminate. The types of the data in this study were qualitative and quantitative. The qualitative data was obtained from the validator suggestions. The quantitative data was obtained through validator assessment scores and legibility tests. The instruments used to collect data included validation sheets and questionnaires. The results showed that the practicum guidebook validation percentages were 93.48% (material experts), 100% (learning media expert), and 81.5% (teacher) which were categorized as very feasible. It can be concluded that the biochemistry practicum guidebook is highly suitable to be implemented.

Self-efficacy and motivation: Improving biology learning outcomes of senior high school students

Firmansyah, Fahmie, Komala, Ratna, Rusdi, Rusdi

Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia Vol 4, No 3 (2018): NOVEMBER
Publisher : University of Muhammadiyah Malang

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There are many determining factors influence student learning achievement, including self-efficacy and motivation. The aim of this study was to assess the effect of self-efficacy and motivation on biology learning outcomes. This research was conducted at SSHS 1 of Cilegon city, in which the method used was survey using a quantitative-causal approach aided with path analysis. The sample used were 144 students. The results showed that the path coefficient of self-efficacy towards motivation obtained was 0.596, while the motivation for learning outcomes was 0.600, and self-efficacy toward learning outcomes through motivation was 0.358. These mean that there was a direct effect of self-efficacy towards motivation and motivation towards Biology learning outcomes, whereas indirect effect was possessed by self-efficacy towards Biology learning outcomes through motivation. Thus, teachers should give more attention to student‚??s self-efficacy and motivation to inact learning goals.