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Jurnal Penelitian dan Pengkajian Ilmu Pendidikan: e-Saintika
Number of Followers: 1  

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ISSN (Online) 2615-6881
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  • UKBM Based Assessment Study (Independent Learning Activity Unit) Biology
           in Malang City High School

    • Authors: Yuni Pantiwati; Tasya Novian Indah Sari
      Abstract: UKBM is a small learning unit based on basic competency-based textbooks. The preparation is done sequentially from the easiest to the most difficult to help students learn independently and achieve learning mastery. The research aims to (1) determine the characteristics of the UKBM compiled, (2) describe the preparation and development of UKBM, (3) analyze the development of UKBM-based assessment components, and (4) find obstacles, problems, and solutions for teachers in developing UKBM-based assessment components for Biology High School in Malang City. This research is qualitative descriptive research at State High School in Malang City. The data is primary data from interviews with 5 Biology teachers and secondary data from UKBM scores and documents. The instruments used were interviews, observation, and documentation guidelines. The characteristics of UKBM Biology at State High School in Malang City are in accordance with the characteristics of UKBM guidelines. The preparation and development by the Principal who represents the school in training, then developed by teachers and MGMP that adjusted in each school. Obstacles to implementing UKBM are (1) the emergence of heterogeneous groups in the classroom based on the ability to accelerate UKBM implementation and (2) requiring team teaching and extra effort given that student learning acceleration is different and learning infrastructure adjustment to learning progress and needs.
      PubDate: Sun, 31 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
       
  • The Effect of Project Based Learning (PjBL) Model on Students'
           Science Literacy in Social Studies Subjects

    • Authors: Irdatul Wardah; Kiki Septaria, Khoiro Mahbubah, Husni Mubarok
      Abstract: This study aims to analyze the effect of the project-based learning (PjBL) model on students' scientific literacy and to describe the effect of the PjBL model on students' scientific literacy in Social Science subjects with the theme of fire disaster mitigation in residential areas. The research design used in this study is a one-group pretest-posttest design using a quantitative approach the population is 496 students, and the sample size is 60 students with a purposive sampling technique. The location of this research is SMK Negeri 1 Lamongan. The data collection technique in this study used a scientific literacy test and an observation sheet on the implementation of learning then the data analysis technique applied in this study used a feasibility test of learning instruments and tools, namely the Lesson Plan (RPP) validation test, Student Worksheet (LKPD), and scientific literacy test, then a prerequisite test was carried out namely normality, and homogeneity tests were then tested using a paired sample t-test to measure students' scientific literacy and to measure learning implementation sheets using learning implementation analysis. The results of this study shows that (1) the implementation of learning in lesson plans using PjBL is in the very good category with an average of 91.19%; (2) PjBL model has significant effect on students' scientific literacy (p <0.05). Therefore, it can be concluded that there is a significant effect between the PjBL model on students’ scientific literacy and the implementation of RPP using the PjBL model is in the very good category.
      PubDate: Sun, 31 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
       
  • ABC - Acid and Base Chemistry: An Android Mobile Learning Media to Improve
           Students’ Learning Outcomes and Motivation

    • Authors: Syam Qeisha Kaukaba; Achmad Lutfi
      Abstract: This research aimed to obtain "ABC - Acid & Base Chemistry" android mobile learning media that is valid, practical, and effective in improving students’ learning outcomes and motivation. The developmental model with the stages: defined, design, and development is used in the current study. The instruments used include validation sheets, students’ response questionnaire, learning motivation questionnaire, and pretest-posttest question. Thirty-five students conducted a limited trial at SMAN 3 Sidoarjo. Data analysis using one group pretest-posttest design. Based on the research results, the validity test scored more than three in the valid category. The practicality test of the media with the analysis of the student response questionnaire got a percentage of 96% with a very practical category. The media effectiveness test is seen from the analysis of the students’ learning outcomes obtaining a classical completeness percentage of 88.5%, and a questionnaire analysis of students' learning motivations obtaining an overall average percentage of 95% with a very effective category. It can be decided that the “ABC – Acid & Base Chemistry” android mobile learning has fulfilled the aspects of validity, practicality, and effectiveness as a learning media to improve student learning outcomes and motivation.
      PubDate: Sat, 30 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
       
  • The Effect of COVID-19 Pandemic on Accounting Classrooms, South Africa

    • Authors: Melikhaya Skhephe
      Abstract: Traditionally, teaching and learning processes have always taken place in classroom environment that promote effective teaching and learning be it using the contact or virtual platform, however, the Corona Virus Disease -19 called COVID-19 has disrupted these educational processes. Overall, in research the impact of COVID-19 on the education system has gained critical importance, with the hope of drawing scientific driven solution to this predicament. Subsequently, in attempt to contribute some insights on dilemma facing teaching and learning in schools during COVID -19, this study is premised on the belief that, although effect of the pandemic is broad a unit level analysis of the educational processes and context specific driven approach should be adopted towards understanding the impacts of the pandemic. As a result, this study thus investigated the impact of COVID-19 in accounting classrooms in selected South African high schools in rural based contexts of Amatole. A qualitative approach in particular a case study research design was employed. The findings revealed that, preparation of accounting learners was negatively affected especially those who were in the exit level, as a result these learners are likely to struggle to cope with accounting studies in their first year at university or college due to challenges of COVID-19. Findings further revealed that both teachers and learners were not given any form of support during the lock down due to COVID-19 pandemic. There researchers recommend that counseling workshop is for learners should be conducted to alleviate the pressure associated with COVID-19 pandemic.
      PubDate: Sat, 30 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +000
       
  • Students’ Perceptions of Factors Influencing the Adoption and Use of ICT
           in Learning during COVID-19 at One Rural Based South African University

    • Authors: Emile Mather; Martha Matashu, Jan Meyer
      Abstract: This study examines students’ perceptions of factors influencing the adoption and use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in learning during Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) at one rural based South African University. To continue with learning under the COVID-19 pandemic conditions higher education institutions migrated to online teaching and learning platforms. The transition towards online learning took place in background where even prior COVID 19 most institutions were faced with the challenge of promoting students’ adoption and use of ICT in their learning. The Technology Acceptability Model (TAM) is an information system theory that looks at various individual aspects that influence actual technology usage and acceptance. As such, there is a growing research interest to explore students’ perceptions of factors that influence their use of ICT in their learning at higher education institutions subsequently studies that focuses on rural based context are still limited. Resultantly, guided by the theoretical constructs from the TAM this study applied a census approach and used a quantitative technique to examine the perception that affect students’ acceptance and use of ICT in their learning. The study discovered a significant correlation between attitude towards use (U), perceived ease of use (PEOU), behavioural intention (BI), and perceived usefulness (PU), all of which have a substantial impact on students' perceptions and acceptance of ICT use in their learning. Nonetheless, the results showed that no significant correlations exist between external variables (EV) and ICT actual system uses. Based on these findings, this study concluded that insights from the findings on students’ the adoption and use of ICT in learning is affected by several perceptions, behavioural intention, and perceived ease of use of technology. Such insights provide policy makers with an indication of students’ perceptions that should be considered when designing strategies an polices aimed at enhancing student’s adoption and use of technology in learning in rural based South Africa University during and post COVID-19 pandemic.
      PubDate: Thu, 14 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +000
       
 
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