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Journal : Journal of Innovative Science Education

The Development of Ecosystem Module Based on Science Literacy in Senior High School Novera, Dina; Rini Indriyanti, Dyah; Marianti, Aditya
Journal of Innovative Science Education Vol 8 No 1 (2019): Article In Press
Publisher : Postgraduate, Universitas Negeri Semarang, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jise.v8i1.29101

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Ecosystem materials taught with contextual examples need to be arranged in a type of teaching material for students. One teaching material that can be used is a module. Modules can be used by students with or without teacher guidance. so that students more easily understand material that is close to their daily lives. This study aims to analyze the effectiveness of the module on learning outcomes and students' scientific literacy abilities. as well as the module development response for teachers and students. This study used a pre-experimental method with the design of one group pretest-posttest design. Based on the results of the ecosystem module research based on scientific literacy effectively increasing student learning outcomes seen from the value of n-gain 0.70 in class X MIA 1 and 0.73 in class X MIA 2 with each criterion high. Effective module on the value of scientific literacy of students with a value of 84.15 in class X MIA 1 and 84.79 in class X MIA 2. Teacher responses to ecosystem modules based on scientific literacy results of 91.30% development of highly feasible criteria and student responses to ecosystem modules science-based literacy results of 85.50% development criteria are very feasible.
Effectiveness of KWL (Know-Want-Learn) Thinking Strategy to Learning Interest and Understanding of Living Creature Classification Concepts Farida, Umi; Sri Iswari, Retno; Rini Indriyanti, Dyah
Journal of Innovative Science Education Vol 8 No 3 (2019): December 2019 - Article In Press
Publisher : Postgraduate, Universitas Negeri Semarang, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jise.v8i3.35945

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Science is one of lessons given at school. Learning strategy selection influences the learning success. There is a need of creative and innovative strategies to improve interest and understanding of the students? learning concepts: by analyzing using KWL thinking strategy assisted by video. This research aimed to analyze the interest and effectiveness of Seventh Graders of SMPN 2 Pace learning concepts after obtaining learning by using KWL thinking strategy assisted by video. This quasi experimental research method used pretest ? posttest control group design consisting of 64 students grouped into two: control and experimental groups. The technique of sampling used random sampling. The findings showed interest and effectiveness of experimental group?s learning concept was better. The analysis of experimental group learning interest showed 28 of them (87.50%) considering it well and 4 students (12.50%) considering it sufficient. Meanwhile, on control group, 11 students (34.37%) considering it well and 21 students (65.63%) considering it sufficient. The classical learning accomplishment of the experimental group reached 28 accomplished students or 87.50% while control group 26 students or 81.25%. The significance test, t-test, showed the analysis result of control group was 2.03 < 8.64 while the experimental group obtained 2.03 < 11.12. Based on the findings, it could be concluded that KWL thinking strategy assisted by video was effective in improving interest and conceptual understanding of SMPN 2 Pace students.
Analysis of Learning Implementation, Self Efficacy, and Students Attitude Towards Science in Relation with Science Literacy Fadhila, Farih; Ridlo, Saiful; Rini Indriyanti, Dyah
Journal of Innovative Science Education Vol 8 No 3 (2019): December 2019 - Article In Press
Publisher : Postgraduate, Universitas Negeri Semarang, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jise.v8i3.35948

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Student science literacy is influenced by external and internal factors. One external factor is learning implementation, while internal factors are self efficacy and attitude towards science. This study aims to analyze the science literacy of students, the linkages of learning implementation, self efficacy, and attitudes toward science in a linear and simultaneous ways. This study uses explanatory research design at SMAN 1 Cepiring and SMAN 1 Kaliwungu. The subjects of this research are 125 students. Data collection techniques through observation, questionnaire, psychological scale, and tests. Data analysis used descriptive statistics, proportion test, one sample T test, correlation and regression. The results showed science literacy of students in the medium category, achieving a minimum average completeness and classical completeness of 75%. The linkages of the learning implementation with science literacy was 10,7%, self efficacy was 11,7% and attitudes toward science was  9,5%. The linkages of learning implementation, self efficacy, and attitudes toward science with science literacy simultaneous ways shows that there is a positive and significant relationship in the low category with a coefficient of determination of 18,7%. Result shows that collaboration between external and internal factors have shown a higher relationship in influencing students' science literacy.