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Front & Back Matter Volume 7 (2): December 2018 Azhari, Azmi
Scientiae Educatia: Jurnal Pendidikan Sains Vol 7, No 2 (2018): December (2018)
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The Potential of Local Wisdom on Traditional Fishing (Tangkul) Gear in Lake Sipin Jambi City as a Science Learning Source Jufrida, Jufrida; Basuki, Fibrika Rahmat; Pratiwi, Dwi Risky
Scientiae Educatia: Jurnal Pendidikan Sains Vol 7, No 2 (2018): December (2018)
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This study aims to explore and identify the concept of science contained in “Tangkul” and mapping basic competence of science in Junior High School. The study was descriptive qualitative research. The research subjects were the Sipin Lake community and science education experts. The data collection instruments used were observation sheets, interview guides, and documentation. Data were analyzed descriptively using the Miles and Huberman analysis model (data collection, reduction, display, and verification). The validity test of the data used is the triangulation technique. Tangkul is a traditional fishing gear in Lake Sipin form of trap nets were hung using bamboo. The working mechanism of Tangkul uses the principle of a simple aircraft, namely a net as a load, a pole as support, bamboo as a power arm and a load arm. At the time of lifting the nets, the fishermen draw power with muscle force smaller than the load. The mapped basic competency is in class VIII, i.e., basic competency 3.3 Explain the concept of effort, simple plane, and its application in everyday life including muscle work on the structure of the human skeleton.
The Utilization of Coconut Water Waste As a Growth Media of the In-Vitro Potato Cutting Hafsan, Hafsan; Mustami, Muhammad Khalifah; Masriany, Masriany; Aziz, Isna Rasdianah; Mustakim, Mustakim
Scientiae Educatia: Jurnal Pendidikan Sains Vol 7, No 2 (2018): December (2018)
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The limited number of potato seed caused the demand  The demand to be unfulfilled especially in South Sulawesi. The use of pathogen-free seeds is absolutely necessary that can be obtained through tissue culture. This study aims to determine the effect of adding coconut water on the growth of in vitro potato plant cuttings and the most effective type of treatment. This research used Varying Concentration of the coconut water, then measure its effect on potato growth (a high number of leaves and plantlets). This study consisted of 4 treatments: TQ0 (without coconut milk), TQ1 (100 ml/l), TQ2 (150ml/l), and TQ3 (200 ml/l). The results showed that the addition of coconut water on the growth of micro cuttings of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) gave significant effect on the observed parameters, leaf number and plantlets weight. While TQ2 gave the best effect on the growth of in vitro micro cutting of potato.
The Effectiveness of Bioentrepreneurship Learning Using Comics on the Sub Concepts of Angiosperms for High School Students Putri, Yuliana; Gloria, Ria Yulia; Mulyani, Asep
Scientiae Educatia: Jurnal Pendidikan Sains Vol 7, No 2 (2018): December (2018)
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Biointerpreneurship learning by using comics is one of the contextual learning and can train students' creativity and cognitive abilities. Therefore this study aims to determine the effectiveness of bioentrepreneurship learning using comics, by studying student creativity, students' cognitive abilities, and student responses. This research is a quantitative study with a quasi-experimental method of nonequivalent pretest-posttest control group design. The instruments used for data collection include observation sheets, pre-test post-test, and student response questionnaires. The results showed that the creativity of the experimental class students was better than the control class, the cognitive abilities of the experimental class students improved better than the control class, and the responses of students in the experimental class were included in the strong criteria. Based on the results of the study it can be concluded that learning bioenterprenership using comics effectively increase student creativity, students' cognitive abilities, and positive response from students
THE USE OF SCIENTIFIC WRITING HEURISTICS (SWH) TO BUILD REBUTTAL ABILITIES IN SCIENTIFIC ARGUMENTATION Anisa, Anisa; Widodo, Ari; Riandi, Riandi; Muslim, Muslim
Scientiae Educatia: Jurnal Pendidikan Sains Vol 8, No 2 (2019): December 2019
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The research aims to build and measure students' abilities in rebuttal using the Scientific Writing Heuristic (SWH) approach. This mixed-method research method was carried out for 5 months on 38 students, at a high school in West Java, Indonesia. The issue of socio-scientific genetics is given the theme of Genetic Modified Organisms with rebuttal measurements using the updated Toulmin argumentation framework. Qualitative and quantitative data are taken in this article in the form of argumentation before, during, and after treatment; coupled with deep interviews and questionnaires as well as observation of discussions. The results showed there were changes and improvements in rebuttal ability by 27.15% (30 students). The distribution of the strength of evidence is at most level 2 at 48.7% with a weak category, at level 3 at 30.8% with a strong enough category, at level 4 at 20.5% with a strong category.
STEM FOR ESTABLISHING ENERGY LITERACY IN MARITIME VOCATIONAL EDUCATION Mustain, Iing; Herlina, Yeyen
Scientiae Educatia: Jurnal Pendidikan Sains Vol 8, No 2 (2019): December 2019
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The development of new and renewable energy is an essential issue in the 21st century that must be delivered to the community, and maritime vocational education has an urgency on the energy literacy for ship engineering cadets. However, learning about energy for engineering cadets still lacks attention. The purpose of this paper is to describe energy literacy, which is reviewed based on the cognitive and affective aspects of cadets in maritime vocational education. This research used the quasi-experiment method, which a total of 61 engineering cadets learned about energy use using the STEM approach. From the results was found that although the achievement of understanding energy literacy from pre-test to post-test score with a small increase but the attitude of cadets towards the importance energy education has 76%, energy-saving attitude on ships 71%, the use of renewable energy 68%, rules on energy use according to ANNEX it must be obeyed is 71%. These results illustrate that it is necessary to continue and add of learning time to increase the cognitive aspects of energy literacy and to improve awareness of the cadets' attitudes about the importance of saving energy and its utilization.
THE EFFECT OF PRACTICAL-BASED JIGSAW STRATEGY ON SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLS OF STUDENTS Nau, Getrudis Wilhelmina; Djalo, Aloysius
Scientiae Educatia: Jurnal Pendidikan Sains Vol 8, No 2 (2019): December 2019
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A professional science teacher is a teacher who not only understands the basics of science but also understands the skills of the scientific process. However, the results of the tracer study show that science process skills (SSP) from Unwira Biology Education graduates is still low. Therefore, the right strategy is needed to create graduates who understand SSP, like practical jigsaw-based cooperative strategies. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of practical-based jigsaw strategies on the science process skills of biology education students. This research is a quasi-experiment. The sample used was the fourth-semester students of class A and Class B. Class A as a control and class B as an experimental. The results showed that the average score of students' SPS in the experimental class was 90.4 while in the control class was 62.67. After being analyzed using the Independent-Sample t-Test, it showed a significant effect with a value of 0.036. This research concludes that the practical-based jigsaw strategy influences student science process skills.
ETHNOSCIENCE STUDY OF THE APPLICATION AND DELIVERY PROCESSION OF ADAT MELAYU JAMBI AS SCIENCE LEARNING RESOURCES Fadilah, Irma; Sari, Rizki Intan; Ramadhani, Vega; Basuki, Fibrika Rahmat; Fitaloka, Olva
Scientiae Educatia: Jurnal Pendidikan Sains Vol 8, No 2 (2019): December 2019
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This research aims to reconstruct and analyze the concept of science in the application and delivery procession of Adat Melayu Jambi. This study used a qualitative approach through ethnoscience studies, a study of knowledge systems organized from existing cultures in society. The subjects of this study ware customary leaders and science education experts. Data were collected through in-depth interviews, observations, and documentation. The data were analyzed descriptively by using Miles and Huberman analysis model. Test the validity of the data with triangulation. The procession of the application and customary delivery is part of the traditional procession of Jambi Malay wedding procession. The procession starts from the introduction (berusik sirih berguraupinang), applying (tegak batuik duduk betanyo), and custom delivery (ulur antar serah terimo adat dan lembago). In the procession of the application and the customary distribution, the groom usually takes a series of souvenirs (Tepak Sirih/Kepalo Baso) (containing betel, betel lime, gambier, areca nut, tobacco), rattan split ring, graduated clothes and giving ?adat? (gold, gold scales, selarih rifles, and spears) and ?lembago? (buffalo, 100 ropes coconut, ?selemak semanis seasam segaram," and 100 bushels of rice). The community knowledge of the application process and customary delivery can be reconstructed into scientific knowledge related to science. Identified science concepts were quantities, units and measurements, classification of living things, elements, compounds, and mixtures.
THE PROFILE OF STUDENTS’ ANALYTICAL THINKING SKILLS ON CHEMISTRY SYSTEMIC LEARNING APPROACH Fitriyana, Nur; Marfuatun, Marfuatun; Priyambodo, Erfan
Scientiae Educatia: Jurnal Pendidikan Sains Vol 8, No 2 (2019): December 2019
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The movement of educational systems on the 21st century need to be change from linearity to systemic form. The aims of this research is to determine the effect of Chemistry Systemic Learning Approach (CSLA) toward Students? Analytical Thinking Skills (SATS). A pre-experimental with pre-test and post-test design was adopted in this research. The population of this study were all of the students of public senior high school in Kulon Progo regency, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Two classes from a public senior high school in those regency were cluster randomly selected as the research samples. A Systemic Test on Analytical Thinking (STAT) was used to collect the data of SATS, before and after the implementation of CSLA. The STAT covering four indicators of analytical thinking, they are differentiating, organizing, and attributing indicators. Meanwhile, the CSLA was integrated in the teaching-learning process and in the STAT, the CSLA was presented in the form of cyclic diagrams. The data of SATS on CSLA were analyse according to paired samples t-test and n-gain category analysis. The results of these analysis indicates that there was significant effect of CSLA on SATS. Moreover, the profile of SATS shows a satisfied improvement after the implementation of CSLA. Overall, a high n-gain category was reached that indicates the enhancement of students? understanding of the inter-related concept in chemistry. This study gives a significant contribution on the use of CSLA to improve SATS. Hence, the used of CSLA should be emphasized on chemistry learning to promote students? higher order thinking skills.
GIVING QUESTIONS AND GETTING ANSWERS (GQGA) STRATEGY IMPROVES BIOLOGY LEARNING OUTCOMES Setiawan, M. Eval; Anggraeni, Islaini Octiva
Scientiae Educatia: Jurnal Pendidikan Sains Vol 8, No 2 (2019): December 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24235/sc.educatia.v8i2.4937

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This study was intended to examine the effect of Giving Questions and Getting Answer (GQGA) learning strategy on the students? biology learning outcomes at Al-Falah Islamic High School students in Jambi City. This research adopts a quantitative study using the true experiment design - posttest only control design. The instrument of data collection uses multiple-choice tests and observation sheets. From the data collection that has been obtained, the calculation resulted in the average value of the cognitive domain of the experimental class of 75.38 and the average affective domain of 77.38, while for the control class, the cognitive domain averaged 65.00 and the average affective domain of 71.03. Based on the results of data analysis, it was found that cognitive domain resulted in a value of t-count > t-table were 2.96 > 2.00 with the effect size 0.8 or 79% (a quite high category), while the affective domain was t-count > t-table which was 4.81 > 2.00 with the effect size 1.23 or 88% (high category). Based on these data, it shows that there is a significant effect on the use of the GQGA learning strategy on the students? biology learning outcomes. The results of this study suggest teachers apply the GQGA Learning Strategy in biology learning, especially in the excretory system  material.

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