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Indonesian Journal on Learning and Advanced Education
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ISSN (Print) 2655-920X - ISSN (Online) 2656-2804
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  • Examination of Conceptual Change Research Over A Decade: A Bibliometric
           Analysis Using Science Mapping Tool

    • Authors: Ananda Hafizhah Putri, Achmad Samsudin, Muhammad Guntur Purwanto, Andi Suhandi
      Pages: 171 - 190
      Abstract: This study aims to deliver a summary of conceptual change research based on scientific production, most rele-vant researchers and countries, co-authorship collaboration, and research foci. A bibliometric analysis of the scientific output in the field of conceptual change was carried out utilizing articles published between 2012 and 2021.A total of 515 articles published in educational psychology, cognitive science and science education jour-nals were extracted from Scopus databases.  The main findings reveal that the number of articles on conceptual change during the 2012-2021 period is relatively constant. Co-authorship collaborations predominantly consist of researchers from the same country. In addition, a shift in the research foci was observed. Past studies have been widely carried out across disciplines, such as educational psychology, cognitive science, and pedagogic. Meanwhile, recent research foci have brought up curriculum and curriculum development as important keywords.
      PubDate: 2022-09-05
      DOI: 10.23917/ijolae.v4i3.18249
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • Lecturer Gender Perspective With Online Thesis Guidance Case Study Elista
           in Jambi University

    • Authors: Jefri Marzal, Suwannit Chareen Chit, Edi Elisa, Pradita Eko Prasetyo Utomo, Dwi Agus Kurniawan, Rizka Octavia Sandra
      Pages: 191 - 208
      Abstract: This research is a mixed method research using an explanatory design. The purpose of this study is to use Elista to assess a lecturer's response to thesis guidance based on the lecturer's gender. This study was condi-cted in Jambi University, involving 330 female and 359 male lecturers respectively. The sampling method used was purposive sampling technique, with the sample criterion being academics who became thesis su-pervisors. Interviews and surveys on Elista were conducted and the responses were gathered. The goal of this study is to establish a technology-based final project guidance system in which it is explored if the thesis supervisor's speedy response to guidance at Elista is affected by the gender of the thesis supervisor. The findings of the study demonstrate that female supervisors respond faster than male supervisors when em-ploying technology such as Elista to carry out the guidance procedure. Elista improves the effectiveness and efficiency of the guidance process between supervisors and students in terms of implementation.
      PubDate: 2022-09-05
      DOI: 10.23917/ijolae.v4i3.18059
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • Supporting Conceptual Comprehension of Newton’s Laws of Motion of Grade
           8 Stu-dents through Kotobee Interactive E-Module

    • Authors: John Jeri A Baring, Julie Santiago Berame
      Pages: 209 - 232
      Abstract: This study aimed to develop an interactive electronic module to support students’ conceptual comprehension in Science 8 and find out if there would be a significant difference in the performance of students after using the electronic module. The e-module was composed of three topics with three sub-lessons in Newton’s Laws of Motion. The participants were Grade 8 students and enrolled in the school year 2020-2021. Students from four different sections were divided into two groups: the controlled group (printed module) and the experimental group (e-module). The e-module was validated by nine experts for its content validation. Re-sults showed that the pretest scores of the students in both the controlled and experimental groups had a remark of average mastery. The post-test mean scores showed a large difference between the two groups as the students using printed modules remained at average mastery level while students taking the e-module were moving toward mastery. T-test results also found that the pretest scores of the students using both methods of instruction were statistically significantly different from their post-test scores. The e-modules group had improved and increased gain scores in their posttest compared to the printed modules group. Still, both modules, whether printed or e-modules, contribute to the increased performance of the students. Moreover, the developed interactive e-module using Kotobee Author software met the criteria set for evalua-ting its validity in terms of material worthiness, media feasibility, and language eligibility in supporting students' conceptual comprehension of Newton’s Laws of Motion. Overall, the value of the study was to search for the most effective ways of applying e-learning module in the learning process. Also, the study employed the effectiveness of using the e-module in the development of science teaching and by providing alternative ways to properly utilize the use of e-module in addressing and solving issues and problems in the teaching and learning process. The study would help improve the science curriculum with technology integration to be employed by teachers in the school environment.
      PubDate: 2022-09-05
      DOI: 10.23917/ijolae.v4i3.18790
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • Teacher Appraisers' Perceptions of Teacher Appraisal

    • Authors: Ahmed Hamid Abdulrazzaq
      Pages: 233 - 245
      Abstract: This study investigates teacher appraisers' perceptions of teacher appraisal in terms of its purpose, methods, and criteria. Fourteen teacher-appraisers were administered semi-structured interviews to gain an in-depth understanding of their perceptions of appraisal. Analysis of the responses revealed that participants seemed to advocate the use of teacher appraisal for both professional improvement and decision-making purposes. Participants also seemed to agree about the value of classroom observation as an objective method of evaluation. Still, they were divided regarding the use of student evaluation, student achievement, and other indi-rect observation methods, especially for decision-making purposes. As for evaluation criteria, the results revealed that while teacher-appraisers paid attention to all aspects of the teaching process in their evaluation, their focus remained mainly on those skills exhibited during the actual delivery of teaching.
      PubDate: 2022-09-05
      DOI: 10.23917/ijolae.v4i3.18779
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • PjBL Model assisted by Smartphone Sensors to Improve Critical Thinking
           Skills of Prospective Science Teachers

    • Authors: Prasetyo Listiaji, Risti Ayu Widianingrum, Anggita Ayu Ivanda Saputri, Nor Farahwahidah Abdul Rahman
      Pages: 246 - 256
      Abstract: This research aims to analyze the improvement of the critical thinking skills of prospective science teachers after the implementation of smartphone-assisted PjBL and analyze the responses of prospective science tea-chers to the applied learning model. The research used an experimental model with a Nonequivalent Control Group Design. The research subjects were 2nd semester Science Education Program students in 2 classes of basic physics courses (experimental and control) as prospective science teachers. Data collection methods were test techniques for measuring critical thinking skills and questionnaire methods for determining stu-dent responses. Data analysis methods ware N-Gain analysis, independent sample t-test, and qualitative descriptive. The results showed a high increase in critical thinking skills in the experimental class, as indi-cated by an N-Gain score of 0.71. The results of the hypothesis test also showed that there was a significant difference between the post-test scores of the experimental and control classes. The PjBL model assisted by smartphone sensors also received a very good response from prospective science teacher students. The PjBL model assisted by smartphone sensors can be implemented to improve the critical thinking skills of pros-pective science teachers and can also be a reference for innovative learning models that align with the de-mands of technology-based 21st-century learning.
      PubDate: 2022-09-05
      DOI: 10.23917/ijolae.v4i3.18942
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • Education Application Testing Perspective to Empower Students' Higher
           Order Thinking Skills Related to The Concept of Adaptive Learning Media

    • Authors: Hernawan Sulistyanto, Sofyan Anif, Sutama Sutama, Sabar Narimo, Anam Sutopo, Muhammad Izzul Haq, Gamal Abdul Nasir
      Pages: 257 - 271
      Abstract: This article aims at arguing for the importance of the testing step when designing an educational application by taking a case study from the development of adaptive learning media. The media contains a set of in-struments that are specifically built to empower students' critical thinking skills. Three aspects that are con-sidered in testing this educational application are application validity at each stage of system development, measurement of the final system feasibility test for user needs, and system implementation by running learning media on the test sample. Implementation of testing on application products is carried out accord-ing to system requirements and models. The existence of the characteristics of adaptive media and the diver-sity of menus in the application implies the importance of doing a lot of improvisation when carrying out tests, such as determining the right test cases, choosing the appropriate test model and method, determining a suitable test environment, and considering several other aspects aimed at optimizing test results. obtained in order to ensure the quality of learning media products. This study analyzed the test data using Likert scale as an interpretation of the results of the validation assessment from the experts by referring to certain perceived standards of assessment. Meanwhile, the analysis of the data from the feasibility test results from a sample of 20 students using the system usability scale (SUS) instrument. The technique to test the effec-tiveness was using a pretest-posttest control group design with a sample of 98 students. Parametric/non-parametric data analysis was then applied to analyze the data on the results of testing the effectiveness or efficacy of adaptive media products in improving students' higher order thinking skills (HOTS). Based on the testing steps applied to the application of adaptive learning media, the results obtained that the product was considered feasible and effective in empowering students' HOTS. The study concludes that the educa-tional application testing that has been carried out is able to provide an objective and independent view of the application of adaptive learning media which will be useful in operational functions to understand the level of effectiveness in its implementation before being widely used in learning.
      PubDate: 2022-09-05
      DOI: 10.23917/ijolae.v4i3.19432
      Issue No: Vol. 4, No. 3 (2022)
       
 
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