E-Module Based Problem Solving in Basic Physics Practicum for Science Process Skills

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https://doi.org/10.3991/ijoe.v15i15.10942

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E-module, Problem Solving, Basic Physics, Science Process Skills

Abstract


This paper presents The research on e-modules is based on problem solving for science process skills. E-modules are made with the stages of development, implementation, and evaluation adopted from the Branch. The purpose to see the science process skills and physical education students' perceptions of Edinburgh University after using e-module basic physics lab-based science process skills using the model of problem solving using kvisoft application.

Author Biographies

Darmaji Darmaji, Universitas Jambi

Darmaji is associate professor and member Group Research ASPS (Attitude Towards Physics and Science Processing Skills). Physics Education Program, Universitas Jambi, Jalan Raya Jambi – Ma. Bulian, KM 15, Mendalo Indah, Jambi, 36361, Indonesia. Her research interest include E-Assessment and Evaluation specially in Attitude Towards Physics and Science Processing Skills (Email; darmaji@unja.ac.id

Astalini Astalini, Universitas Jambi

Astalini is associate professor and leader Group Research ASPS (Attitude Towards Science and Science Processing Skills). Because attitude towards science is very important for life now, students who have the attitude of science are needed in the present because modern society is very dependent on science. Science Education Program, Universitas Jambi, Jalan Raya Jambi – Ma. Bulian, KM 15, Mendalo Indah, Jambi, 36361, Indonesia. Her research interest include E-Assessment and Evaluation specially in Attitude Towards Physics and Science Processing Skills. (Email: astalinizakir@unja.ac.id)

Dwi Agus Kurniawan, Universitas Jambi

Dwi Agus Kurniawan is a lecturer and member of the ASPS Group Research (Attitude Towards Science and Science Processing Skills). His research interest includes E-Assessment and Evaluation specially in Attitude Towards Physics and Science Processing Skills. The age level of a child will experience very much difference, both in the form of his mindset, his skills, his relationships, and his attitude as a student. For teachers, it is very useful to know the differences in the mindset of their students, and about their daily interactions, and the behavior of their students. Benefits that can be obtained are: can create the right classroom for students, can provide innovative and varied learning methods, can provide lessons on deep moral aqidah, and explain the consequences for those who violate certain rules. He works at Science Education Program, Jambi University Indonesia. (Email: dwiagus.k@gmail.com)

Hanaiyah Parasdila, Universitas Jambi

Hanaiyah Parasdila is a graduate students at universitas jambi and member Group Research ASPS (Attitude Towards Physics and Science Processing Skills). Science Education Program, Universitas Jambi, Jalan Raya Jambi – Ma. Bulian, KM 15, Mendalo Indah, Jambi, 36361, Indonesia. Her research interest include E-Assessment and Evaluation specially in Science Processing Skills (Email: hanaiyah24@gmail.com)

Irdianti Irdianti, Universitas Jambi

Irdianti is a graduate students at universitas jambi and member Group Research ASPS (Attitude Towards Physics and Science Processing Skills). Science Education Program, Universitas Jambi, Jalan Raya Jambi – Ma. Bulian, KM 15, Mendalo Indah, Jambi, 36361, Indonesia. Her research interest include E-Assessment and Evaluation specially in Science Processing Skills (Email: irdianti517@gmail.com)

Susbiyanto Susbiyanto, Eotvost Lorand University

Susbiyanto is a doctoral student in Eotvost Lorand University, 1075 Budapest, Kazinczy U. 23-27, Budapest, 1075, Hungary (Email: susbiyanto@caesar.elte.hu)

Kuswanto Kuswanto, Central Luzon State University

Kuswanto is a postgraduate student in Central Luzon State University, Science City of Munoz, Philippines (Email: Kuswanto@clsu.edu.ph).

Muhammad Ikhlas, Central Luzon State University

Muhammad Ikhlas is a postgraduate student in Central Luzon State University, Science City of Munoz, Philippines (Email: muhammadikhlas@clsu.edu.ph).

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2019-12-17

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Darmaji, D., Astalini, A., Kurniawan, D. A., Parasdila, H., Irdianti, I., Susbiyanto, S., Kuswanto, K., & Ikhlas, M. (2019). E-Module Based Problem Solving in Basic Physics Practicum for Science Process Skills. International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE), 15(15), pp. 4–17. https://doi.org/10.3991/ijoe.v15i15.10942

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