Proceedings of the International Conference on Learning Innovation 2019 (ICLI 2019)

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The Cyber Ethics of Academic Communication Based on Early Childhood Education Student Perception in Universitas Negeri Malang

Eny Nur Aisyah, Tomas Iriyanto, Hardika Hardika, Rosyidamayani, T. Maningtyas
This study aims to reveal the understanding and awareness of students in respecting and gaining knowledge during the e-learning process based on Cyber Ethics at the State University of Malang. Cyber Ethics-based academic communication includes (1) One-to-one communication, (2) One-to-many communications,...
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Teaching English for Young Learners by Using Arduino

Rengganis Siwi Amumpuni, Dian Ratnaningtyas Afifah, P Ihtiari
The purpose of this research is to know the implementation of Arduino in teaching English for young learners, the advantages and disadvantages of Arduino in teaching English for young learners. Arduino is an open-source hardware prototyping platform that can be used to create programming based projects....
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Misconception Identification by Open-Ended Test on Innovative Biology Learning Materials Based on Life-Based Learning and 21st Century Learning Characteristics

Firda Ama Zulfia, Ahmad Kamal Sudrajat, Herawati Susilo, Fandi Tri Fajar Cahyo, Fitria Romadona, Hamri Permana, Rifka Fachrunnisa
Open-ended test is one of the diagnostic tests that can be used to measure misconceptions in students. The use of open-ended tests will give students the freedom to write their reasons for choosing answers to multiple-choice options. The purpose of this study is to identify misconceptions of 21st century...
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Development of Ethnobotany-Based Booklets as Learning Tools for Communities

Sri Rahayu Lestari, Fatchur Rohman, Dwiyono Hari Utomo, Purwanto, Siti Nur Arifah, Yuslinda Annisa, Jamaludin Mohamad
Ethnopharmaceutical research-based booklets are teaching material that contains important information that is presented in a concise and interesting manner for the general public to study. This research aims to develop a booklet for ethnopharmaceutical research-based communities in the Bromo Tengger...
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Exploring Chemistry Teachers’ Knowledge of Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTs) Based Assessment

Hayuni Retno Widarti, Herunata Herunata, Oktavia Sulistina, Habiddin Habiddin, Yenin Nadhifah
Informed by 2013 curriculum implementation, it is acknowledged that chemistry learning in schooling sector aims not only to discern students’ competence but also to assess their higher-order thinking skills (HOTs). This notion of HOTs is demandable to help students compete in the millennial era. One...
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The Improvement Self-Regulation of Children Aged 5–6 Years Through Activities in a Mini Garden

Mia Rachmawaty, Warid Warid
Children’s self-regulation is built from environmental support. This research is motivated by the lack of teacher knowledge in designing smart pedagogy as a learning strategy. This affects the ability of self-regulation in children who are still low in daycare, this is known as preliminary information...
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Improving Student’s Communication Skills Through Remad Cocoper Strategies Based on Lesson Study and Appreciative Inquiry in Quantitative Research Methodology Course

Herawati Susilo, Ahmad Kamal Sudrajat
The purpose of this study is to improve the quality of quantitative research methodology courses. This type of research is a mixed method. Qualitative data analysis is used to describe the improvements made in learning processes. Meanwhile, quantitative data analysis is used to find out the improvement...
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The Role of Perceived Teaching Quality as Mediator Variable That Affects Student Satisfaction

Sopiah Sopiah, Ita P. Wilujeng, A. Murdiono, Etta Mamang Sangadji
The purpose of this research is to explain the role of perceived teaching quality as a mediator variable that affects student satisfaction. Data was obtained from 180 lecturers and 600 students from 6 state and private universities in Indonesia. The sampling technique used was multistage sampling. The...
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The Need Analysis of Chemistry Module Based on Guided Discovery to Facilitate Critical Thinking and Chemical Literacy Ability

Andini Desikasari Nuraisyah, Sulistyo Saputro, Endang Susilowati
This research aims to find out how students and teachers need of chemistry modules based on guided discovery to improve critical thinking and chemical literacy ability. The research method used is qualitative. Data were collected through observation, interview, and questionnaire distribution. The subjects...
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Basic Level Thinking in the Textbook of the Primary School Early Class

Nurchasanah Nurchasanah, Suyono Suyono, Zakia Habsari
Thinking is one of the concerns of the 2013 curriculum which is shown by the demand that students can think at a high level. However, the basic level of thinking should get attention because the quality of basic level thinking determines the achievement of high-level thinking. With that consideration,...
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Development of Teaching Materials Based on Learning Cycle 5E and Enriched With Augmented Reality for Rate of Reaction Topic

Eka Puspita Kartika Sari, Munzil Munzil, Rini Retnosari
Chemistry is the study that most of the material is abstract. Many students have difficulty learning chemistry especially the reaction rate. Therefore, we need a learning model that can help students think critically, one of which is the 5E Learning Cycle and is supported by a program that can visualize...
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Development of Guided Inquiry-Based Learning Materials in Acid-Base Topic, Enriched with Augmented Reality

Nuchrurita Rosida, Munzil, M. Muchson
Implementation of guided inquiry learning models can be helped by the use of learning materials. Learning materials that have been using today are less interactive and pay little attention to the interaction of three chemical representations, especially acid-base material. The alternative that can be...
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Teacher’s Creativity in the Development of Learning Media Fun Book in Kindergarten

Indri Dwi Isnaini, Mira Pradipta Ariyanti
Creativity is all activities that bring results that are innovative, useful, and easy to understand. It’s very important to have a teacher, especially for kindergarten teachers. Because young children get bored easily and are always interested in new things. This study aims to describe the creativity...
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Enhancing College Students’ Science Process Skills Through RICOSRE Learning Model

Deny Setiawan, Susriyati Mahanal, Siti Zubaidah
Science and science instruction contains basic concepts of science as well as science process skills, which underlie the process of thinking scientifically that involves cognitive and investigation skills. Science process skills can be acquired and developed through learning. RICOSRE is one of the learning...
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The Effectiveness of Using Figure on Physics Learning Results in Topics of Temperature and Calor

Hermenegildo Filipe Gusmão, Agostinho dos Santos Gonçalves, Sebastião Pereira, Ilidio Ximenes Moreira, Augusto da Costa
This study aims to analyze the effect of using concrete teaching tools on physics learning outcomes on the subject of temperature and heat of senior high school students. All the students of grade 11 of the Natural Sciences program at ESG 1 Baucau became the population. The sample of this research was...
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Personalized Learning Modeling for the Control of Student Creativity in Physics Learning Media

Wiwik Agustinaningsih
Students who program Physics Learning Media courses need creative competence in developing teaching media. By adjusting personal characteristics in the form of learning styles, it is expected that diverse learning experiences and the same program completion time. This research is an attempt to reduce...
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Experimental Media Development for Learning Kinematics Using Jointed Robot Model

Siti Sendari, Ilham Ari Elbaith Zaeni, Moch. Burhanuddin Alfarobbi
This paper discusses about developing the learning media of kinematics using jointed robot models. The difficulty of learning kinematics is the high complexity of robot movements, while the number of degrees of freedom (DOF) is high. The DOF determines the movement of the robot joints to be more smooth,...
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Development of a Personalized Virtual Laboratory Using Artificial Intelligent

Irawan Dwi Wahyono, Hari Putranto, Djoko Saryono, Khoirudin Asfani, Sunarti
The development of learning technology in industry 4.0 in the last few years was growing rapidly one of which was a virtual application. One of the virtual learning applications developed was a virtual laboratory. The use of virtual laboratories in Revolution 4.0 was very useful especially educational...
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Analysis of Undergraduate Students’ Conceptual Consistency on Chemical Kinetics Using Four–Tier Chemistry Concept Inventory

Iriani Bakti, Rizki Nur Analita
The following research is aimed to investigate undergraduate students’ conceptual understanding and their conceptual consistency in chemical kinetics. Moreover, it is also projected to classify the concepts based on easiness to be understood correctly or other that led to producing alternative concepts....
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Analysis of Critical Thinking Skills Among Seventh Grade Students in the Solar System Topic through 5E Learning Cycle Model

Lena Lusiana, Munzil Munzil, Erni Yulianti
Critical thinking is the result of reflective thinking, logical and focused on making decisions about an issue. The importance of critical thinking skills is evidenced by the incision between critical thinking indicators and competency targets in Permendikbud No. 21 of 2006. Critical thinking can be...
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Translate Self-Review (TSR) Concept in Language Learning

Moh. Khasairi, Irhamni, Mohammad Ahsanuddin
This article aims to describe the concept of TSR, usage procedures and user views. For this reason, a literature review and focus group discussion are used as research methods. The result, that conceptually, TSR is a method of learning critical translation that contains comparative analysis activities...
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SELPI (Self-Exploring Learning Project Improvement) Practice in Terms of Student Learning Assessment

Ni’matul Istiqomah, Prih Hardinto, Nur Anita Yunikawati, Purboyo P. Magistyo
This study aims to determine the activeness and learning interest of students by using the SELPI teaching model, namely lecturers giving students the freedom to design their ways of learning through the preparation of Satuan Acara Perkuliahan (SAP) independently in study groups. This research is descriptive...
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Effectiveness of Problem-Based Learning Model (PBL) to Improve Listening Skill in Arabic Language Courses

Nurhidayati Nurhidayati, Ali Maksum, Muhammad Alfan, Umi Machmudah, Muhd Zulkifli Bin Ismail
Problem-based learning (PBL) is seen as a learning strategy that can motivate students to be actively involved in learning. Student motivation and activeness in learning will support student success in achieving maximum learning outcomes. Research related to the effective use of PBL in learning shows...
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Analysis of Mathematical Communication Ability in Learning Proportion Topic Using Scientific Approach

Risna Zulfa Musriroh, Abd. Qohar
Communication is an important aspect in learning mathematics. In the process of learning mathematical communication, there is a standard communication process that must be met. The purpose of this study was to describe mathematical communication ability on direct proportion topic and inverse proportion...