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Journal Cover Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia
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   ISSN (Print) 2442-3750 - ISSN (Online) 2527-6204
   Published by U of Muhammadiyah Malang Homepage  [2 journals]
  • Biodegradation of Organic Liquid Waste by Using Consortium Bacteria as
           Material Preparation of Environmental Pollution Course Textbook

    • Authors: Dora Dayu Rahma Turista
      Pages: 95 - 102
      Abstract: Organic waste is one waste type which oftenly pollutes the waters. Biodegradation can be used as an environmental remedy solution that is contaminated by organic matter. This research aimed to determine the ability of bacteria consortium in degrading of organic liquid waste, and construct the textbook for Environmental Pollution subject based on research of biodegradation organic waste by using bacteria consortium. This research was done through two stages. The first stage was an experimental research by using Randomized Complete Designe with bacterial type treatment and 3 repetitions, while the second phase of research was a developmental research from the first stage. The results of the first phase showed that the combination of 3 indigenous isolats bacteria (Enterobacter gergoviae, Vibrio parahaemolyticus, and Pseudomonas stutzeri) was the highest potential bacteria in decreasing BOD (71.75% ), COD (74.40%), TSS (58.44%), and increasing DO (84.15%). The second phase was Educational Research and Development of teaching materials which refers to the development model of Borg & Gall. The stages of research were: Research and Information Collecting, Planning, Develop Preliminary Form of Product, Preliminary Field Testing and Main Product Revision which was produced as textbook for the Environmental Pollution course entitled Biodegradation Organic Waste by Using Bacteria Consortium.
      PubDate: 2017-06-14
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2017)
  • Student’s Misconception of Digestive System Materials in MTs Eight Grade
           of Malang City and the Role of Teacher’s Pedadogic Competency in MTs

    • Authors: Yuswa Istikomayanti, Zuni Mitasari
      Pages: 103 - 113
      Abstract: Misconception research has important value in the development of students' thinking processes especially in science field. As the identification of important concepts that must be mastered by the students can be done, the teacher will easily able to emphasis the important or main concepts. This study aims to identify the students’ misconception in digestive system materials in eight grade of MTs and teacher pedagogic competence role. The survey was conducted in 8A (16 students) and 8B (17 students) MTs Muhammadiyah 1 and 8E (19 students) Surya Buana Malang. The stages of research survey were: preparation of research goals (formulation), sample determination, preparation and instruments validation, data collection, and data analysis. The instruments used were: misconception test, student response questionnaire, learning observation guide, and teacher pedagogic competency form. The findings of the learning outcomes were discussed with the observer team, which then were assessed by using the assessment rubric and classified into the categories of student misconceptions. The results showed that the three teachers, neither certified nor uncertified were proved to be limited in overcoming misconceptions in the learning process; meanwhile, the results of students’ misconception test were mostly reach only level 3 (medium). Thus, the study of misconceptions of the digestive system material or other physiological material matter needs to get the attention of the teachers and educational practitioners.
      PubDate: 2017-06-14
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2017)
  • The Content Analysis, Material Presentation, and Readability of Curriculum
           2013 Science Textbook for 1st Semester of Junior High School 7th Grade

    • Authors: Endik Deni Nugroho, Vlorensius Vlorensius, Laila Rasidah H., Nur Anisa
      Pages: 114 - 122
      Abstract: Based on the early observation by researchers of the two Science textbooks 7th Grade about biological material, 1st and 2nd semester of curriculum 2013, there were errors in the material presentation and legibility. This study aimed to compare and find the contents suitability of the book based on standard of competence and basic competences, readability, materials presentation and supporting material in the science textbook VII grade, 1st and 2nd semester and measured student legibility. This study used a qualitative descriptive approach by using document analysis. The data resources were obtained by using purposive, the data collection was triangulation, data analysis was inductive/qualitative and the results emphasized the meaning. This research results showed that the Integrated Sciences and Sciences textbook 1st and 2nd semester meet the standards of the core competencies and basic competence on the syllabus  curriculum 2013 and also meet the books standart. The results of the analysis conducted in misstatement concept and principles and material llustration in the Integrated Science textbook 1st semester were found 5 misstatement concept, for the presentation of the principles and material illustration was found no error. In the book Integrated Sciences there was no delivery errors concept, principle, and material illustration. Science textbook 1st semester found 8 concepts misstatements and 8 illustration material misstatements. In general, Integrated Sciences and Sciences textbooks 1st and 2nd semester are illegibility so not appropriate for students.
      PubDate: 2017-06-20
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2017)
  • The Effect of Tofu Liquid Waste on Mortality and Histopathology of
           Goldfish (Cyprinus carpio) Kidney as a Biology Alternative Material
           Concept for Senior High School X Grade

    • Authors: Ria Mayasari
      Pages: 123 - 132
      Abstract: Liquid waste of tofu is a liquid-byproduct of tofu production proces which is known as "whey". Most of the "whey" can not be utilized. Thus, the liquid waste of tofu that flowed directly into the river, without any extent process to neutralize will cause the death fish. The effect of tofu liquid waste can be observed throughout the histopathological observation (especially the kidneys). This study aims to determine the effect of tofu liquid waste on mortality and histopathology of goldfish kidney. This study employed an experimental method using goldfish with the size of 8-12cm. The data collection was started by preliminary test in which the liquid concentration were of 0 ml/L, 0,1 ml/L, 1 ml/L, 10 ml/L, and 100 ml/L, which then the real tests were conducted by using RAND method to obtain the concentration of 0 ml/L, 32 ml/L, 56 ml/L, 75 ml/L, and 87 ml/L. The LC50 goldfish observational data have been analyzed by using Probit Model Finney program "Quant"; meanwhile, the goldfish kidney taken per concentration unit as samples for histopathological observation. The results showed that the tofu liquid waste gave significant impact on mortality and the occurrence of goldfish kidney damage (histopathology), such as hemorrhage, congestion, and necrosis. Based on the data, this study can be recommended as enrichment of biology alternative material for X grade of senior high school at KD 3.10 i.e. to analyze the data of environmental changes and the impact of such changes for life.
      PubDate: 2017-06-21
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2017)
  • The Effect of CTL Approach Based on NHT Learning Model toward Students’
           motivation, Science Achievement, and Retention

    • Authors: Muhammad Mifta Fausan, Indah Panca Pujiastuti
      Pages: 133 - 140
      Abstract: The learning is an interaction process between students and their environment in order to improve good behavior. The results of observation which has been done in grade V SDN No. 4 Tanjung Batu showed that the students’ motivation and science achievement were low. This was becaused by the learning process which was still product oriented (based on material content), consequently, this lead to limit the learning is merely on memorizing concept activities. One of the learning approach that can be used to solve this problem is the Contextual Teaching and Learning (CTL) based on Numbered Head Together (NHT). This research aims to determine the effect of CTL based on NHT toward student’s motivation, science achievement, and retention. Subjects in this research were the students of grade V SDN No. 4 Tanjung Batu. This research is a quasi-experimental using post-test only control design. The data obtained were analyzed by using descriptive and inferential statistical analysis. The research instruments were observation sheets and written test. The results showed that there was significant effect of CTL based on NHT toward students’ motivation, science achievement, and retention. It can be seen from the independent sample t-test results which showed significant value less than 0.05.
      PubDate: 2017-06-22
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2017)
  • Developing the Immunology Book for Animal and Human Physiology Subject

    • Authors: Zuni Mitasari, Abdul Gofur
      Pages: 141 - 148
      Abstract: The objective of the study was to develop an immunology book for Animal and Human Physiology subject. This book was developed based on the Thiagarajan development model which was modified of: Define, Design, Develop, dan Disseminate (4D). The data expert validation instrument was questionnaire using Likert scales, comments, and recommendation sheets. Expert appraisal was done by  material expert and media and design learning expert. The developmental testing was conducted using questionnaire to test the readibility.  The  expert validation was conducted by material expert as well as design and media learning expert validator; meanwhile, the field test was done to measure the  readability. The validity test results were: the material expert state that the material is valid (97.14%), as well as the design and learning media expert (84.88%) and field test by students (88.17%).
      PubDate: 2017-06-23
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2017)
  • The Analysis of Teacher Candidates’ Teaching Skill in Department of
           Biology Education, University of Borneo Tarakan, Through Pre-service
           Teaching Activities

    • Authors: Fitri Wijarini, Silfia Ilma
      Pages: 149 - 159
      Abstract: This study aimed to know pre-service student teaching skill on Biology education by PPL activities semester 2016/ 2017. This was descriptive research in which the subject were 27 students year 2013 in Biology education program. The research assessment instrument used was the rubric fulfilled by Pre-service teachers based on observational activity during three months. The data analysis technique were data presentation and conclusion of the study. The teaching skill components observed consist of 10 components. The results of 10 components including the skill in arranging learning scenario with the value of 86.79 (average), opening and closing learning skill of 86.41 (average), explaining skill of 85.67, question skill 86.6, providing reinforcement skill 87.11, using instructional media skill 87.03, held a variety skill of 84.9, discussion guiding skill of 85, assessment skill of 86.1, and classroom management skill 87.4. The overall average Biology Education student teaching skills are 83 which is categorized into good category.
      PubDate: 2017-06-26
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2017)
  • Developing Biochemical Teaching Material Based on Research Results of
           Amino Acid Compound Identification of Seaweed (Dictyota patens) in The
           Segara Beach Sanur

    • Authors: Eti Meirina Brahmana, I A Raka Astitiasih
      Pages: 160 - 165
      Abstract: This study aims to identify the content of amino acids in seaweed (Dictyota patens) in Segara Sanur Beach which then developing teaching materials based on the results obtained. The method used to test the amino acids was HPLC, meanwhile the data collection has been done by employing questionnaires. The normality test was measured by using normality test, besides the homogeneity test and Paired Sample Test were also used to analyze the homogeneity and significant difference of the data gained. The development of teaching materials has been conducted through several stages namely: needs analysis, design of teaching materials, development of teaching materials, validation of teaching materials by experts, and experiments of teaching materials. The amino acid contents were done by using HPLC. The amino acids contained (% w/w) in the seaweed are aspartic acid (0.36), glutamate acid (0.57), serine (0.20), histidine (0.06), glycine (0.25), threonine (0.17), arginine (0.59), alanine (0.08), tyrosine (0.02), methionine (0.12), valine (0.22), phenylalanine (0.14), Isoleucine (0.16), leucine (0.33) and lysine (0.93). While in the development of teaching materials there is an increase in student learning outcomes by 0.28 with good criteria and there is a significant difference in students learning outcomes between the experimental class and control. Student response is 82.07% which means very strong toward the use of teaching materials.
      PubDate: 2017-06-26
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2017)
  • The Respon of IKIP BUDI UTOMO Students Toward The Instructional Book of
           Cell Biology Subject Aided by Interactive Multimedia

    • Authors: Tri Asih Wahyu Hartati, Dini Safitri
      Pages: 166 - 173
      Abstract: The development of Science and Technology (Science and Technology) takes place very rapidly. The development of science and technology will impact on graduate competency changes desired by the industry. This change of course will be followed by updating the curriculum, learning resources and teaching materials are used, one of them teaching materials on the subjects of Cell Biology. In the course of Cell Biology, the students only take textbooks without the support of interactive multimedia. Good teaching materials is the teaching materials arranged in a systematic, according to the needs and character of students, as well as validated by the teaching materials. The purpose of this study was to determine response  students Biology Education IKIP Budi Utomo against Cell Biology course textbook aided interactive multimedia. The development method used is the 4D model consisting of stages define, design, develop, and disseminate. This study is limited to the stages develop. Legibility test results showed that students responded well teaching materials and provide proper assessment of the teaching materials.
      PubDate: 2017-07-15
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2017)
  • Developing Cognitive Test Based on the Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy on The
           Structure and Cell Function Material for XI Grade Students in Senior High
           School of Tarakan City

    • Authors: Zulfadli Zulfadli
      Pages: 174 - 182
      Abstract: This research was to develop a cognitive test tool based on Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy. This study aimed to determine the quality of the test based on experts assessment, to measure the level of validity, reliability, and to determine the difficulty levels of the questions, discrimination power, and distractors. This research employed Research and Development (R&D) method. The development test model used was the 4D procedure which was modified into three steps: define, design, and develop. The subjects were the Science students of XI grade at SMAN 2 Tarakan and SMA Muhammadiyah Tarakan.  The results of the study were: (1) the experts validation analysis showed that the cognitive test has been categorized as  valid which the value was 4.28 (2) The quality of cognitive test  were: (A) the 90% items were valid, while 10% were invalid. (B) the reliability value was 0.79 (highly reliable) (C) the levels of difficulty were: easy (27%), moderate (53%), difficult (20%). (D)the test discrimination index were: weak (10%), sufficient (33%), good (53%), and either once (3%). (E) distractors effectiveness: effective category (85%), ineffective (15%). Assessment results from expert validators and empirical tests indicate that this cognitive test device is feasible to use and apply. The uniformity of this level of difficulty makes the quality of items were good to use. The discrimination power of these test tool, which has good value, indicate that the high diversity of items is able to measure students' abilities.
      PubDate: 2017-07-21
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2017)
  • The Effect of Think-Pair-Share-Write Based on Hybrid Learning on
           Metakognitive Skills, Creative Thinking and Cognitive Learning at SMA
           Negeri 3 Malang

    • Authors: Ika Yulianti Siregar, Herawati Susilo, Hadi Suwono
      Pages: 183 - 193
      Abstract: The results of biology learning observation show that there are many constraints during the learning process in the class and consultation meeting between teacher and students. The think-pair-share-write based on hybrid learning was conducted to analyze the effect on metacognitive skills, creative thinking and learning outcomes. The research design was quasi experiment with pretest-posttest non-equivalent control group design. The independent variable is think-pair-share-write based on Hybrid learning model, while the dependent variables are metacognitive skills, creative thinking, and cognitive learning outcomes. Metacognitive skills are measured by using metacognitive rubrics. Creative thinking skills and cognitive learning outcomes are measured by using a description test. The data were taken by conducting pretest and posttest. The hypothesis test used was anakova with level of significance 0,05 (P <0,05), as the test result was significant then the test was continued to LSD. Before the anakova test, normality and homogeneity test were performed. The results showed that think-pair-share-write based on Hybrid Learning significantly affecting: 1) the metacognitive skills with F arithmetic of 183,472 and Sig. 0,000; 2) the creative thinking skill with F value of 325,111 and Sig. 0,000; 3) the cognitive learning outcomes with F arithmetic of 175.068 and Sig. 0,000.
      PubDate: 2017-07-16
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2017)
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