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Penerapan Model Project Based Learning (PjBL) Bermuatan Nilai dalam Materi Sistem Ekskresi Manusia untuk Meningkatkan Hasil Belajar Siswa SMA Desriyani, Esri; Yudianto, Suroso Adi; Supriatno, Bambang
Assimilation: Indonesian Journal of Biology Education Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Assimilation: Indonesian Journal of Biology Education
Publisher : Biology Education Department, Indonesia University of Education

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The aim of this research was to obtain the implementation of value-based Project Based Learning (PjBL) model toward high students learning outcomes. This research was implemented at high students with 35 people that took the purposive sampling. The Research method used weak experiment with one group pretest-posttest design. The result showed that student’s ability of concepts showed well with 62,85 % students passed and gain index of 52,2 % (sufficient The level of student acceptance of science scores is included in the high category and the gain index reaches 11% (low). Students' attitude based on observation results has a value of 3.75 (very good). The results of the questionnaire processing show that all students experience problems during learning, especially when designing projects. The results of calculations with the t-test show that the Project Based Learning Value Model influences the mastery of students' concepts and attitudes. The results of calculations with Spearman correlation show that there is a positive relationship with a low category (r = 0.2) between mastery of concepts with students' attitudes towards the acceptance of science values.
Pengembangan Learning Log untuk Siswa SMP pada Pembelajaran Pemanasan Global dengan Metode Demonstrasi Berbasis POE Widyastuti, Hilda Asri; Suhara, Suhara; Wulan, Ana Ratna
Assimilation: Indonesian Journal of Biology Education Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Assimilation: Indonesian Journal of Biology Education
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This study aims to describe the development of learning log for junior high school students on global warming with demonstration based on Predict-Observe-Explain (POE). The development process started with the preparation of learning log, test trial to obtain the data to be repaired, and obtained learning log tools better. The method used was the descriptive method. Two classes in one of junior high school in Bandung were selected by cluster random sampling. Data collected through the assignment of learning log, field notes through observation and interviews. The instruments were examined in this study is learning log’ task and rubric. While research instruments consisted of student’s and teacher’s interviews guides, field notes, and rubric for assessment authentic’s effectiveness. The trial showed that questions in task still need to be improved in terms of the sentence and the editorial content, rubrics for learning log developed based on the responses of the students. Meanwhile, the effectiveness of authentic assessment test phase is (45%) quite good. The results of the application authentic assessment can measure students' POE. Questions on the task and the rubric developed well. The effectiveness of authentic assessment in application phase is (85%) very good. The response of students and teacher about authentic assessment developed positively.
Pengaruh Model Pembelajaran Argument-Driven Inquiry (ADI) terhadap Keterampilan Argumentasi Siswa Berkemampuan Akademik Berbeda Safira, Cherry Acerola; Hasnunidah, Neni; Sikumbang, Darlen
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This study aimed to find out the significant effect of Argument-Driven Inquiry (ADI) learning model, student's academic ability, and the interaction between learning models and academic ability of the students’ argumentation skills. The population was all students of class VIII MTs Negeri 1 Bandar Lampung. The Samples were students of class VIII A and VIII B selected from the population by random cluster sampling technique. This study was quasi-experimental with Pretest Post-test Non Equivalent Control Group Design. The instrument used was argumentation skills test on the material motion systems in humans. The data were statistically analyzed using Ankova test and test Significant Difference (LSD) respectively at 5% significance level. The results showed that the learning ADI model, academic ability, and the interaction between the ADI model and academic abilities significantly influenced argumentation skills with significant value of each were 0,000; 0.007; and 0.038.
Pengaruh Pembelajaran Berbasis Proyek dengan Portofolio terhadap Penguasaan Konsep Angiospermae dan Sikap Siswa SMA terhadap Sains Fauzia, Iva Siti; Diana, Sariwulan; Kusnadi, Kusnadi
Assimilation: Indonesian Journal of Biology Education Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Assimilation: Indonesian Journal of Biology Education
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The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of project-based learning (PjBL) with the portfolio towards mastery of the concept of Angiospermae and attitudes of high school students towards science. This study was conducted in one of the state high school in the city with a population that is used is a class X. The sample used in this study is one class with 38 students as sample number. The method used is pre-experimental design with pretest and posttest design. The concept of student mastery Angiospermae measured using about pretest and posttest which refers to the Revised Bloom's Taxonomy. Students 'attitudes toward science was measured by using a Likert scale questionnaire-4, the indicators used refer to the PISA 2006 results showed the achievement scores of N-gain students' mastery of concepts of 0.69 and including medium category. For the students' attitudes toward science, the results showed the achievement scores of N-gain of 0.34 and including medium category. Furthermore, these two variables were tested correlations to see the relationship between students' mastery of concepts and attitudes towards science. Correlation test showed the value of r = 0.612 and a strong correlation category. The response of students to the activities of PjBL with the portfolio after measured using questionnaire responses of students to learning with Likert scale-4, including into either category. Based on the research, PjBL with portfolio has affected the mastery of Angiospermae concept and attitude toward science in senior high school student.
Pengaruh Strategi Pembelajaran Critical Incident terhadap Keterampilan Analisis Siswa Sulastri, Sulastri; Safahi, Luthpi; Susilo, Susilo
Assimilation: Indonesian Journal of Biology Education Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Assimilation: Indonesian Journal of Biology Education
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The development of science and technology causes education to become a necessity for the younger generation. Based on the results of the survey, students analytical skills are still low, so an active learning strategy is needed that can improve students' analytical skills. Active learning strategies that can be used are Critical Incident strategies. This study aims to determine the effect of using Critical Incident learning strategies on students' analytical skills on the subject of environmental change. The research was carried out in class X MAN 9 Jakarta from March to June 2017. The research method used was quasi-experimental research design using posttest only control design. The population of this study were all students of class X MIA totaling 104 students. The data collection uses a multiple-choice test consisting of 24 items that are integrated with three types of indicators of analytical skills that are differentiating, organizing and attributing. The results showed that the average posttest value of the analytical skills of the experimental class was 64.88 while the control class was 62.49. Hypothesis testing through t-test at the significance level α = 5% obtained t count = 1.74 while t table = 1.67, because t count is greater than t table then H0 is rejected and H1 is accepted. Thus, it can be concluded that the use of Critical Incident learning strategies influences the analytical skills of class X MAN 9 Jakarta students.
Analisis Struktur dan Kemunculan Tingkat Kognitif pada Desain Kegiatan Laboratorium Materi Fotosintesis Wahidah, Nur Sopiah; Supriatno, Bambang; Kusumastuti, Mimin Nurjhani
Assimilation: Indonesian Journal of Biology Education Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Assimilation: Indonesian Journal of Biology Education
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In practical activities usually teachers provide guidance in the form of students’ worksheet or design of laboratory activity. Based on field studies Supriatno (2009), only 24% design laboratory that can be done with the appropriate procedures and complete results in terms of data analysis and conclusion, so it does not support the construction of knowledge. It required the analysis to determine whether design laboratory used already support the construction of knowledge. Design laboratory analysis refers to the Vee diagram and revised Bloom's taxonomy as both lead students to construct knowledge. This research is a descriptive study with purposive sampling technique. The research data captured with a rare test work results table, the table where the component diagram Vee, Vee diagrams scoring table, as well as the revised Bloom's taxonomy table. The results of the 16 samples and 5 samples design laboratory, junior high school design laboratory of photosynthetic material shows that there are still procedural mistakes and instruction unstructured. Vee diagram component analysis results show the general components that arises is the question of focus, the object/event, theories, principles, concepts and knowledge claims. Components that are generally not appear that notes/transformation. Results of the analysis showed scores of each component Vee diagram, Vee diagram on middle and high school degign laboratory generally have not yet reached the ideal score. Results of the analysis showed the emergence of the cognitive level of cognitive level generally required design laboratory in middle and high school, namely C1, C2 and C3, with dominant category procedural C3. This cognitive level is in conformity with the demands of basic competencies middle school, but not in accordance with the demands of basic competencies of high school.
Pengaruh Strategi Pembelajaran Relating, Experiencing, Applying, Cooperating, Transferring (REACT) terhadap Keterampilan Proses Sains Siswa Syintia, Syintia; Akbar, Budhi; Safahi, Luthpi; Susilo, Susilo
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This study aims to determine the effect of Relating, Experiencing, Applying, Cooperating, Transferring (REACT) learning strategies on students' science process skills. This research was carried out in SMA Negeri 11 Bekasi City from April to May 2017. The method used in this study was Quasi Experiment, with the Posttest Only Control Design research design. The target population is all students of class X MIA totaling 240 students. The sampling technique used Cluster Random Sampling, and obtained the X MIA 2 class as the experimental class and X MIA 3 class as the control class. Data collection is done by using multiple choice tests to measure 9 indicators of student science process skills. Hypothesis testing using the t test at a significance level α = 1%, obtained tcount = 3.06> t0.99 = 2.38, which means that H0 is rejected, so there is a very significant effect on both groups. So, it can be concluded that the use of REACT (Relating, Experiencing, Applying, Cooperating, Transferring) learning strategies has an effect on students' science process skills.

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