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POTENSI KITCHEN MICROBIOLOGY UNTUK MENINGKATKAN KETERAMPILAN TEKNIK HANDS-ON DALAM PEMBELAJARAN MIKROBIOLOGI Fibriana, Fidia; Amalia, Andin Vita
Unnes Science Education Journal Vol 5 No 2 (2016): July 2016
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/usej.v5i2.12591

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Abstrak___________________________________________________________________Peserta didik di sekolah menengah maupun perguruan tinggi perlu dibekali dengan kemampuan softskill dan hardskill sebagai bekal menghadapi tantangan yang semakin berat seiring dengan arus globalisasi yang cepat. Keterampilan hands-on konten mikrobiologi merupakan suatu keterampilan yang harus dikuasai oleh peserta didik khususnya dari bidang ilmu pengetahuan alam, biologi, kimia, farmasi, kedokteran, lingkungan, pangan, ilmu gizi, kesehatan masyarakat, pertanian, serta arkeologi. Akan tetapi, pembelajaran konten mikrobiologi di banyak sekolah menengah dan perguruan tinggi masih memiliki keterbatasan fasilitas dan biosafety yang menghalangi peserta didik untuk belajar dengan maksimal. Untuk itu diperlukan suatu teknik alternatif yang dapat diaplikasikan di sekolah menengah dan perguruan tinggi yang minim fasilitas dan memiliki keterbatasan biosafety. Dalam artikel ini akan dibahas mengenai teknik kitchen microbiology serta potensi aplikasinya dalam pembelajaran konten mikrobiologi khususnya dalam praktik hands-on. Selain itu, teknik ini memiliki potensi efektivitas yang baik untuk menumbuhkan kemampuan berpikir kritis dengan pendekatan pembelajaran berbasis inkuiri, kontekstual, maupun evidence-based approach. Abstract_______________________________________________________________The students of secondary school and higher education must be equipped with softskill and hardskill to face the global challenge in present and in the future. The hands-on skill of microbiology is a must have skill for students who are majoring in natural sciences, biology, chemistry, pharmacy, medical, environment, food, nutrition, public health, farming, and archeology. However, the microbiology learning in the secondary school and in the higher education level is still facing with the limitation of facilities and low level of biosafety. It prevents the students to fully comprehend the microbiology content. In this article, it will be explained about the effectiveness potency of kitchen microbiology technique to build the students’ critical thinking ability and their hands-on skill on microbiology by the approach of inquiry-based and evidence-based.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF SCIENCE MOBILE LEARNING WITH CONSERVATION VISION BASED ON ANDROID APP INVENTOR 2 Taufiq, Muhamad; Amalia, Andin Vita; Parmin, Parmin
Unnes Science Education Journal Vol 6 No 1 (2017): February 2017
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/usej.v6i1.13179

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Abstract   ___________________________________________________________________   The purpose of this research was to develop science mobile learning conservation vission based on android app inventor well tested and find out the user response to the application of mobile learning science as supplement materials of learning mobile based. The methodology used in the making of this application is the waterfall methodology. Science mobile learning applications conservation vission is expected to help the students in particular and the scientific community in general to get the ease of learning science concepts using a Smartphone device without having to print using paper (paperless). Applications of science mobile learning include by supporting features of images, videos and quizzes. The conclusions in this research that has generated the application of science mobile learning conservation vision feasible to use to learn the concept of science and efforts to reduce the use of paper (paperless), application of science mobile learning get good response from the community of users related to accessibility, suitability of the features and content of science, and its utilization which supports reducing the use of paper.
MEDIA ELECTRONIC PORTOFOLIO UNTUK MENINGKATKAN TREND PRESTASI BELAJAR MAHASISWA Taufiq, Muhamad; Sudarmin, Sudarmin; Savitri, Erna Noor; Amalia, Andin Vita
Unnes Science Education Journal Vol 5 No 1 (2016): February 2016
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/usej.v5i1.9559

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Abstrak ___________________________________________________________________ Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk meningkatkan trend hasil belajar mahasiswa menggunakan media Electronic Portofolio yang teruji valid. Metode Penelitian dan Pengembangan diterapkan pada perkuliahan Praktikum IPA Dasar dengan menerapkan media Electronic Portofolio. Dari hasil uji pakar media dan pakar evaluasi merekomendasikan bahwa media Electronic Portofolio yang dikembangkan mendapatkan persentase kelayakan sangat layak dengan nilai presetase 96.55% sehingga dapat digunakan dalam pembelajaran IPA. Electronic Portofolio dapat menggambarkan dan meningkatkan trend prestasi mahasiswa dengan baik dari tiap projek maupun produk pembelajaran yang dilakukan selama perkuliahan. Abstract ___________________________________________________________________ The aim of the research was to improve student learning outcomes trend using Electronic portfolio media that proven valid. Research and Development Methods were applied to the lectures of Basic Science Practicum by implementing Electronic portfolio media. From the results of the evaluation experts and media experts, it was recommended that the developed Electronic portfolio media eligibility got a very decent percentage with 96.55%. Therefore, it can be used in science teaching and learning. Electronic Portfolio was able to describe and improve student achievement with a good trend of each project as well as the products of learning undertaken during the lectures.  
PENERAPAN MODEL PICTURE AND PICTURE PADA PEMBELAJARAN BIOTEKNOLOGI UNTUK MENINGKATKAN SOFT SKILL KONSERVASI PADA MAHASISWA IPA UNNES Amalia, Andin Vita; Bintari, Siti Harnina
Unnes Science Education Journal Vol 5 No 1 (2016): February 2016
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/usej.v5i1.9644

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Abstrak ___________________________________________________________________ Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengembangkan perangkat pembelajaran kooperatif picture and picture terintegrasi dengan mata kuliah bioteknologi di prodi IPA. Metode penelitian ini adalah research and de-velopment (R&D). Hasil penelitian menunjukkan persentase soft skill konsevasi mahasiswa minimal baik menunjukkan sebesar 100%. Ketuntasan belajar ranah kognitif meningkat setelah penerapan pembelajaran menggunakan metode picture and picture yaitu dengan frekuensi relatif ketuntasan nilai posttest sebesar 80.65% dan nilai LKM sebesar 100%. LKM yang dikembangkan sangat layak untuk digunakan dalam pembelajaran bioteknologi. Selain itu, persentase skor yang diperoleh dari hasil perhitungan angket tanggapan siswa sebesar 97.35%  dengan kriteria sangat puas (tanggapan positif). Oleh sebab itu, perangkat pembelajaran picture and picture dapat meningkatkan pemahaman konsep mahasiswa pada matakuliah bioteknologi dan peningkatan soft skill konservasi mahasiswa. Abstract ___________________________________________________________________ This study aimed to develop cooperative learning device integrated picture and picture with the subject of biotechnology in education science program. This research method was the research and development (R & D). The results showed the percentage of students who owned the soft skills of conservation was at 100%. Mastery learning cognitive increased after the application of learning methods that picture and picture with relative frequency completeness posttest score of 80.65% and an MFI value of 100%. MFI developed a very viable for use in teaching biotechnology. In addition, the percentage score obtained from the calculation of students questionnaire responses of 97.35% with a very satisfied criterion (positive feedback). Therefore, the learning device picture and picture could improve student understanding of concepts in the course of biotechnology and increased conservation soft skills of students.  
THE ANALYSIS OF STAKEHOLDER SATISFACTION LEVEL TOWARDS THE INTEGRATED SCIENCE EDUCATION GRADUATES Amalia, Andin Vita; Dewi, Novi Ratna; Savitri, Erna Noor; Fibriana, Fidia
Unnes Science Education Journal Vol 7 No 3 (2018): December 2018
Publisher : Department of Integrated Science, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Universitas Negeri Semarang in Collaboration with Perkumpulan Pendidikan IPA Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/usej.v7i3.27518

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There has been limited information about the integrated science education alumni and the graduate user (stakeholder) satisfaction level. Therefore, a concrete step needs to be taken by the department managers in the form of alumni data collection — this research intended to reveal the stakeholders' responses to the Integrated Science Education graduates of Universitas Negeri Semarang. The methods adopted were descriptive-qualitative and quantitative employing questionnaire instruments available on the tracer study web system. The questionnaires had several indicators including (1) ethics and moral, (2) professionalism, (3) insight, (4) leadership, (5) teamwork, (6) foreign language mastery, (7) communication, (8) IT skills, and (9) self-development. Based on the accomplishment score average of the 9 indicators, the graduates categorized as very good having the final score of 3.72. The knowledge background suitability with the jobs scored 3.60 or categorized as very good. The analysis results revealed that of the 9 indicators, 7 of them categorized as ‘very high' (ethics and moral, insight, leadership, teamwork, communication, IT skills, and self-development) and 2 of them categorized as ‘high' (professionalism and foreign language mastery). The integrated science education alumni's suitability of competencies towards the jobs also categorized as ‘very high.'