Proceedings of the 4th Sriwijaya University Learning and Education International Conference (SULE-IC 2020)

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The Effect of Direct Learning on Students’ Proof Construction Ability of Palembang High School

Scristia, Hapizah, Cecil Hiltrimartin, Nety Wahyu Saputri, Cintya Jessica, Diana Sari, Fitria Nurfadilah
The purpose of this study is to comprehend the effect of direct learning on Palembang High School Students’ proof ability. The research subjects were 38 students of class X IPA 5 SMAN 10 Palembang as an experimental class and 30 students of class X IPA 4 SMAN 10 Palembang as a control class. The learning...
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The Use of Electronic Modules Designed Using Sigil in Learning the Distance in Geometry

H E L Tobing, Somakim, Ely Susanti
The purpose of this study was to develop a valid and practical electronic module and use it in learning the material of distance for the 12th grade students of Xaverius 1 high school Palembang. This research uses development research with Alessi and Trollip model, wich oriented on multimedia product...
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Encouraging Student’s Emergent Model in Understanding Negative Number

Weni Dwi Pratiwi, Nyimas Aisyah, Elika Kurniadi
The negative number is broadly known as an unique concept that understudies struggle to get it. Giving a few rules of addition or subtraction including negative numbers might not effectively offer assistance the understudies to get a handle on the meaning of negative numbers. The point of the study is...
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Mathematical Representation Ability on Quadratic Function Through Proof Based Learning

Leonardo Jonathan Shinariko, Yusuf Hartono, Muhamad Yusup, Cecil Hiltrimartin, Jeri Araiku
This study aims at finding out students’ mathematical representation ability through proof-based learning. The research is descriptive qualitative research at Madrasah Aliyah Negeri 2 Palembang with 32 students. The instructional process and collecting data were conducted online class because of COVID-19,...
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Development Student Worksheet Based on RME Assisted by Cabri 3D Oriented to Mathematical Connections

Novika Sukmaningthias, Ely Susanti, Zuli Nuraeni
This study aims to produce student worksheets based on realistic mathematics education (RME) and assisted with cabri 3D oriented to mathematical connection ability which have valid, practical, and effective criteria. The development of this student worksheet uses the ADDIE development method. The stages...
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Generalization in Exponential Problems as a Part of Developing Mathematical Abstraction

Tiara Putri, Ely Susanti, Ruth Helen Simarmata, Hapizah, Nurhasanah
Generalization has been recognized as a challenge for students as a part of mathematical abstraction. This research is a descriptive study that aims to describe the mathematical abstraction type generalization in exponential problem. The subjects in this research were 3 students of one of the junior...
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Conjecture in Completing Creative Problem-Solving Question as a Part of Development

Hapizah, S Tiurma Ade Riana, Ely Susanti, Ruth Helen Simarmata, Farida Nurhasanah
This research is a descriptive study that aims to describe the mathematical abstraction type conjecture in triangle and square. The subjects in this research were 3 Grade VIII students of Junior High School. This study was a design research which consisted of preliminary design, focus group discussion,...
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Designing Creative Problem-Solving Based Students’ Worksheet to Finding Pattern

Ely Susanti, Rosa Linda, Hapizah, Ruth Helen, Farida Nurhasanah
This study aims to design a creative problem-solving based students’ worksheet to help students practice finding patterns. This research is design research.The instruments used in this study consisted of student worksheets, observation and interviews. Data analysis used was a qualitative method. Based...
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Designing Creative Problem-Solving Based Worksheet for Specialization

Ely Susanti, Anggita Putri Pratama Hendy, Hapizah, Ruth Helen, Farida Nurhasanah
This was a design research that aimed to produce creative problem solving based worksheet that can be used to practice specialization. The subjects of this study were students of class IX SMP Negeri 1 Muara Enim. This research consisted of five stages, namely: preliminary design, focus group discussions,...
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Students’ Problem-Solving Ability and Attitude Towards Blended Learning Using Assessment Book (BUPENA) and Tutorial Video

Nadia Faradilla, Hapizah, Jeri Araiku
The purpose of this study was to determine students’ problem solving abilities and attitudes towards blended learning using BUPENA (Assessment Book) and Video Tutorials. The subjects in this study were 24 students of class XI SMA Negeri 1 Palembang. This research is a mixed method research. The data...
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Predicting Length Game to Help Students Understand Number Line for Decimals

Puji Astuti, Febrian Febrian
In this study we developed an activity to foster students’ understanding on decimal numbers in number line. We tried out Hypothetical Learning Trajectory (HLT) with Realistic Mathematics Education (RME) framework to 4 students grade 5th. For this aim, we conducted design research method. Data of observation,...
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Mathematics Teachers in Using Technology: Is It as Expected?

Febrian Febrian, Puji Astuti
This research was conducted to find information about the use of technology by Mathematics teachers in learning and how the didactic form of technology applied by the teachers. Teachers who are in group of the Musyawarah Guru Mata Pelajaran (MGMP) of mathematics at the senior high school in Bintan Regency...
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Product-Based Learning to Improve Entrepreneurial Spirit of Students

Elfahmi Dwi Kurniawan, Nopriyanti, Darlius
This product-based learning method applies quasi-experimental research with one group pretest-posttest design. In product-based learning students are expected to produce products in the form of decorative lamps from zinc plates. The research population is students who take the plate work practice course...
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Simulation Development of SFD and SOD Regulating Table Control Systems Using Ultrasonic Sensors

Budi Suhendro, Muhammad Muslich Musti Nur Arifin, Suroso
In previous research of non-destructive testing, SFD settings and shifts were carried out with a specimen table connected by ball screw transmission and controlled by a stepper motor. In addition, the input value in the form of SFD is less effective because the operator needs to calculate the minimum...
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Developing Textbook Based on Higher Order Thinking Skills for Computer Aided Design Course

Nopriyanti, Elfahmi Dwi Kurniawan, Darlius
This type of research is Research and Development (R & D), the aim of which is to produce a HOTS-based Textbook on CAD courses that are valid and practical. The development model used is the ADDIE development model, namely an acronym for Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, and Evaluate. This product...
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Development of Web-Based Casting Techniques Learning Media

Edi Setiyo, Harlin, Kistiono
Based Learning Media Development web casting techniques in program Studies Engineering Mechanical Engineering Education FKIP Unsri. Development is done with the model Rowntree. Evaluating performed using Tessmer formative evaluation. Data were collected through validation, questionnaires, and interviews....
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Vector Fields of the Dynamics of Non-Holonomic Constraint System With Elliptical Configuration Space

Melly Ariska, Hamdi Akhsan, Muhammad Muslim
Computational physics can be used to help solve complex dynamics equations, both translational and rotational. The purpose of this study is to obtain differences in the dynamics of mechanical systems with non-holonomic constraints in various flat and curved configuration spaces based on physics computing....
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Pre-service Physics Teacher Perspective Towards E-Book for Basic Electronics Course

A Preliminary Study

Zulherman, Nely Andriani, S Sardianto Maskos, Saparini, Anggia Novaliza
This paper investigates the instructional delivery progress in the lesson of basic electronics from the perspective of the physics education student at Sriwijaya University. This paper aims to describe the obstacles in learning electrostatics from student’s perspective. It discovered that learning activity...
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Profile of Conceptual Understanding and Misconceptions of Students in Heat and Temperature

Saparini, Murniati, Syuhendri, Widya Rahmatika Rizaldi
This study was aimed to describe the level of conceptual understanding and misconceptions of students in heat and temperature. This research used descriptive methods. The research subjects were high school students in SMA Pusri Palembang totaled 42 students. Samples were selected based on purposive sampling....
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The Potential of Coastal Areas Community Life as a Source of Contextual Learning of Temperature and Heat Materials

Nely Andriani, Saparini, Sudirman, Ismet, Jumalia, Nilam Cahyati
This descriptive study aims to describe the potential of coastal community life as a source of contextual learning for the 7th grade of junior high school students in temperature and heat. The area studied was Celagen Village in South Bangka. The data collected by observation and documentation. The observational...
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Analysis of Student’s Higher-Order Thinking Skill in Newton’s law

Abidin Pasaribu, Ketang Wiyono, Murniati, Saparini, Kristylia Sury
This study aims to describe the level of higher-order thinking skills of students. This research is a descriptive study with research subjects, namely 60 students of class XI IPA 1 and XI IPA 2 at SMA N 1 Pagaralam. Data were collected using the HOTS question instrument in the form of a multiple-choice...
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Online Instruction

A Survey of High School Physics Teachers

Ketang Wiyono, Abidin Pasaribu, Saparini, Anisa Afriani, Septania Pratiwi, Sri Zakiyah
This paper aims to address the experience of physics teachers regarding the use of online instruction. Online surveys using Google form were adopted to obtain data for this study. A total of 67 science and physics teachers participated in this survey. Based on the findings, blended learning is more favorable...
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Problem Solving Skill

What is the Difference between Practitioners and Experts?

Ismet, Nyimas Aisyah, Effendi Nawawi, Muhamad Yusuf, Meilinda
Problem-solving is an important skill for students so that it should be an important element of learning design at every level of education. This study has a goal to analyze the perceptions of practitioners (novice) and experts about problem-solving skills. A total of 10 experts and 53 practitioners...
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Do End-of-Chapter Questions of Work and Energy Topic in Grade Ten High School Physics Encourage Higher Order Thinking?

Rara Rahayu, Muhammad Yusup, Ismet
This study aims to determine the cognitive levels of thinking that are represented in the end-chapter questions of work and energy units in grade ten high school physics textbooks in Indonesia. The sample included four grade ten high school physics textbooks, which were recommended by the Ministry of...
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Effects of Brain-Based Learning on Students’ Understanding of Newton’s Law Concept

Urfa Hillia, Muhammad Yusup, Kistiono
This research aims to determine the effect of brain-based learning on grade ten students’ understanding of Newton’s law concept. The research method used was the pre-post test experimental design. The research was conducted in the 2019/2020 academic year in one state senior high school in Palembang....
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An Analysis of Critical Thinking Skills of Palembang City Junior High Schools Students in Science Material

Leni Marlina, Hartanto, Gelby Pradina Paramitha, Ida Sriyanti, Jaidan Jauhari
The aim of this study was to determine the Critical Thinking Skills of class IX Junior High School students in Palembang on science learning. The method used in this research was descriptive analysis. The instrument used was in the form of 20 questions of critical thinking skills on the material of motion...
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Analysis of Scientific Literacy Abilities of Junior High School Students in Palembang

Made Sukaryawan, Kodri Madang, Ketang Wiyono, Yenny Anwar, Hapizah, Yuwarez Chusiri
This study aimed to find out the scientific literacy abilities of Palembang Public Junior High School students in explaining phenomena scientifically, interpreting scientific data and evidence, evaluating and designing scientific questioning in solving base PISA questions. This study used descriptive...