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Kasuari : Physics Education Journal
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ISSN (Print) 2615-2681 - ISSN (Online) 2615-2673
Published by Universitas Papua Homepage  [3 journals]
  • Analysis of Science Process Skills for Student in Basic Physics Course

    • Authors: Saparini Saparini, Nely Andriani, Abidin Pasaribu
      Abstract: The low cognitive learning outcomes and science process skills of students encourage the need for learning that not only emphasizes learning outcomes but also the learning process. The purpose of the research is to (1) find out the profile of science process skills of students when attending basic physics practicum lectures, and (2) to find out the most dominant science process skills in students while attending basic physics practicum lectures. The research method used is descriptive method with a qualitative approach. The subject of this study was chosen by purposive sampling and obtained by students of the 2017/2018 academic year Physics Education study program FKIP Sriwijaya University. The research data was collected using documentation techniques, observation, and interviews. The data obtained is then processed through the stages of data reduction, data presentation, data analysis, and conclusion drawing. Data analysis was carried out descriptively, so as to increase trust in the results of the study triangulation of data collection techniques was conducted. The research that has been done obtained results that (1) science process skills of students while following the basic physics practicum lectures in the high category that is equal to 68.1%; (2) the dominant science process skills namely observing skills of 91.0% are very high categories and measure 91.1% in very high categories. The results of the study illustrate that the implementation of basic physics practicums still needs improvement to train students' science process skills.
      PubDate: 2019-06-09
      DOI: 10.30862/kpej.v2i1.60
      Issue No: Vol. 2, No. 1 (2019)
  • Analysis of the Ability of High School Students in Solving Science
           Literacy Questions Based on the Rasch Model

    • Authors: Saiyidah Mahtari, Misbah Misbah, Suryati Suryati
      Abstract: This study aims to describe aspects of students 'abilities in solving problems of students' scientific literacy problems based on the RASCH model. This research uses descriptive quantitative research design with survey research methods. The research subjects were 33 students of class XII IPA 2 of SMAN 6 Banjarmasin. Data collection techniques were carried out by using a scientific literacy test consisting of 9 items about the description of dynamic electrical matter. The results of the research data were analyzed using the RASCH model using the Winstep program to obtain logit values. The results showed that the average student logit value was 1.75 logit, this value was less than 0.0 logit. This indicates that students' ability to solve scientific literacy questions is still low, so students need to be trained in scientific literacy through classroom learning.
      PubDate: 2019-06-09
      DOI: 10.30862/kpej.v2i1.61
      Issue No: Vol. 2, No. 1 (2019)
  • Improving Students Learning Result Through Coorperative Type SAVI

    • Authors: Tiadsen Loupatty, Mujasam Mujasam, Sri Rosepda Br. Sebayang
      Abstract: This research aims to find out how the application of cooperative model in SAVI type to increase students’ result of learning in the class XI IPA SMA Adventist Manokwari, so that in the process of learning physics, students have a good value and they do not think that physics is a very difficult lesson. The instrument used is an assignment test for cognitive measures and LKPD for psychomotor measures. This research using the Classroom Action Research method (CAR). The results of this research indicate that, in cycle I the total cognitive value of each student 83 with 100% classical completeness, and the total psychomotor value of students 93 with 100% classical completeness. Cycle II the total cognitive value 88 with 100% classical completeness, and the psychomotor 94 with 100% classical completeness. This shows that, learners learn to increase.
      PubDate: 2019-06-09
      DOI: 10.30862/kpej.v2i1.62
      Issue No: Vol. 2, No. 1 (2019)
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