Jurnal Pedagogi dan Pembelajaran 2024-04-06T09:36:48+00:00 Anak Agung Gede Agung Open Journal Systems <hr style="border: 0.5px solid black;" /> <table class="data" width="100%" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"> <tbody> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Journal title</td> <td width="80%"><strong>Jurnal Pedagogi dan Pembelajaran</strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Initials</td> <td width="80%"><strong>JP2</strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Abbreviation</td> <td width="80%"><strong>j. Pedagogi dan Pembelajaran</strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Frequency</td> <td width="80%"><strong>Three issues per year </strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">DOI</td> <td width="80%"><strong>prefix 10.23887/jp2</strong><strong><br /></strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Print ISSN</td> <td width="80%"><a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><strong>2614-3909 </strong></a></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Online ISSN</td> <td width="80%"><a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><strong>2614-3895 </strong></a></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Editor-in-chief</td> <td width="80%"><strong><a href=";featureToggles=FEATURE_AUTHOR_DETAILS_BOTOX:1&amp;at_feature_toggle=1" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Anak Agung Gede Agung</a></strong></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Publisher</td> <td width="80%"><a href=""><strong>Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha</strong></a></td> </tr> <tr valign="top"> <td width="20%">Organizer</td> <td width="80%"><strong>Fakultas Ilmu Pendidikan - Undiksha</strong></td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <hr style="border: 0.5px solid black;" /> <p>The <strong>Jurnal Pedagogi dan Pembelajaran</strong> is published three times a year by the Ganesha University of Education and is freely accessible. Before an article is published in this journal, it is evaluated for article quality. This journal publishes the findings of critical thinking research and empirical studies in education, focusing on learning innovation, curriculum development, and educational technology. The Jurnal Pedagogi dan Pembelajaran published the findings of critical thinking research and empirical studies in education, with a focus on learning innovation, curriculum development, and educational technology, are published in this journal.</p> <p><strong>p-ISSN : <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2614-3909</a> (cetak)</strong></p> <p><strong>e-ISSN : <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2614-3895 </a> (online)<br /></strong></p> <p> </p> Students' Analogical Reasoning in Solving Geometry Problems Viewed from Visualizer's and Verbalizer's Cognitive Style 2023-06-30T00:33:13+00:00 Ali Shodikin Tatik Retno Murniasih Siti Faizah Dea Wulan Ekawati <p>Many studies state that students' geometric problem-solving abilities in Indonesia are low. This research examines students' analogical reasoning in solving geometric problems in terms of their cognitive style. This descriptive qualitative research involves 32 class X high school students. The data collection methods used were tests, questionnaires, and interviews. The data analysis technique uses qualitative descriptive analysis. The results showed that the analogical reasoning of students with a visualizer cognitive style was superior to the analogical sense of students with a verbalizer cognitive style in solving geometric problems. Students with a visualizer cognitive style can achieve four components of analogical reasoning: encoding, inferring, mapping, and applying. Students with a verbalizer cognitive style only achieve two parts: encoding and inferring. The implication of this research is the need for educators to identify each student's learning style, which can be done through initial learning assessments and providing differentiated learning stimuli to students according to their cognitive style. Strengthening students with a verbalizer cognitive style needs to be emphasized more during the mapping and applying process, including providing appropriate scaffolding and allowing students to verbally express problem-solving strategies, teaching material by showing problem concept maps, and increasing practice on more varied questions.</p> 2023-11-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Ali Shodikin, Tatik Retno Murniasih, Siti Faizah, Dea Wulan Ekawati WEB Web Blog Media Development in Women's Fashion Lessons 2023-08-01T02:50:24+00:00 Halimul Bahri Farihah Yudhistira Anggraini Frinches E.R Panggabean <p>The difficulty of understanding the material for making bustiers just from the teacher's explanation makes students look for more material on the internet so they can repeat the learning independently. However, the material obtained was not made in the correct systematic way. Apart from that, learning media for bustier making that is capable of presenting the material concretely is still very limited. This research aims to develop Web blog media and test the suitability of Web blog media for women's fashion subjects. This type of research is research and development (R&amp;D) research, and this research uses the ADDIE development model. Media development validation was carried out by 3 material experts and 3 media experts. A needs analysis shows that 94% of students agree with the development of a web blog. The results of the material expert assessment on the learning aspect were 89%, the material aspect was 92%, and the overall average assessment was 90.5% in the Very Decent category. The results of the media expert's assessment of the usability aspect were 94%, the media design aspect was 96%, and overall, the average was 95% in the Very Appropriate category. The results of limited trials carried out by 5 students obtained an average of 87.1% in the very good category. Advanced field trials carried out by 36 students obtained an average rating of 89.5% in the very good category. Based on the results of validation and media testing, it can be concluded that the Web blog media developed is very suitable for use as a learning medium for bustier-making material in the women's clothing subject. The development of Web blog media can make it easier to deliver material and make students more interested in repeating learning so that it can increase students' understanding of the correct bustier making.</p> 2023-11-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 halimul bahri, farihah, Yudhistira Anggraini, Frinches E.R Panggabean The Effectiveness of Peer Tutoring on Students' Understanding of Mathematical Concepts 2023-07-05T01:47:50+00:00 Rifkah Yoviyanti Wahyudi Uki Suhendar Zuraidah Zuraidah <p>The low understanding of students in mathematics is due to the need for more use of learning methods that attract students to participate in learning well. The research aims to analyze the effectiveness of using peer tutoring learning methods on students' ability to understand mathematical concepts. This research is a quasi-experimental research with a Pretest-Posttest research design. The research population includes students from the Guidance Studio. Data collection methods use observation and tests. The research instrument includes a test of understanding mathematical concepts. Data analysis in this study used an independent sample T-test because the data is normal. The analysis results show that the increase in the ability to understand mathematical concepts for students who apply the peer tutoring method is better than those who use conventional learning. The peer tutoring method is more effectively applied in mathematics learning towards students' understanding of mathematical concepts. Therefore, peer tutoring is more effective in improving students' understanding of mathematical concepts in the classroom learning process. This research implies that applying the peer tutor learning method is very useful, especially for teachers, which can be used as an alternative learning method in schools to improve students' understanding of mathematical concepts.</p> 2023-11-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Rifkah Yoviyanti, Wahyudi Wahyudi, Uki Suhendar, Zuraidah Zuraidah Student Learning Motivation of Management Study Program in Improving English Speaking Skill 2022-10-24T01:01:05+00:00 Ni Made Rianita <p>Even though they have studied it from elementary school to high school, English is one of the subjects studied by students. However, their speaking ability is quite fluent. This research analyzes the Management Study Program students' learning motivation to improve their English speaking skills. This type of research is qualitative. The sample in this research was 87 first-semester students of the Management Study Program. The data collection technique uses primary data in the form of a questionnaire. The data analysis used is descriptive qualitative analysis. The results of this research show that the learning motivation of management study program students towards improving speaking skills is very high. Indicators showing that students have high motivation with frequency and persistence in completing assignments are almost 100% intrinsic motivation. Apart from that, students also have extrinsic motivation, which is shown by a sense of enjoyment in the learning environment and good achievement for their efforts in mastering speaking skills; students desire to master speaking skills better so that they can later be used in looking for work.</p> 2023-11-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Ni Made Rianita Self-Management Technical Modules As Personal Guidance and Counseling Media For High School Students 2023-08-30T23:31:31+00:00 Tuti Wantu Maryam Rahim Arwildayanto Idriani Idris Nurul Maulida Alwi Mohamad Awal Lakadjo Melsin Dunggio <p>The current phenomenon shows that there are still many students who still need to gain a higher level of self-management. It shows the importance of improving high school students' self-management. This research aims to produce a self-management technique module that is suitable for use as a medium for personal guidance and counseling for high school students. This research uses the Research and development (R&amp;D) method with the following stages: potential and problems, data collection, product design, design validation, design revision, product testing, and product revision. The expert test subjects consisted of media guidance and counseling experts, personal guidance and counseling experts, and Indonesian language experts. This research involved a small group consisting of four Guidance and Counseling teachers as experimental subjects. Questionnaires were used for data collection. Data from expert validation and small group testing were analyzed qualitatively. The results of expert validation and product testing concluded that "the self-management techniques module is suitable for use by high school students as a personal guidance and counseling tool." Thus, this self-management module can be recommended for application as a medium for personal guidance and counseling for high school students.</p> 2023-11-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Tuti Wantu, Maryam Rahim, Arwildayanto, Idriani Idris, Nurul Maulida Alwi, Mohamad Awal Lakadjo, Melsin Dunggio Obstacles and Difficulties in Implementing the Independent Learning Curriculum in High Schools 2023-07-31T01:17:48+00:00 Mesta Mesta Limbong Asnah MN Limbong <p>In the curriculum, the teacher has the task of compiling lesson plans, materials, models, methods, assessing, and evaluating. But the fact is that out of 50 students, there are 32 people with a mean value of 28.30. Another fact is that 40% is incomplete. There must be a gap between theory, hope, and reality. The aim is to find out the results of the synthesis, analysis, and evaluation of the implementation of the independent learning curriculum. Mixed method research method. High school subjects and their objects, 90 students and 30 teachers. Data collection techniques with surveys and interviews. Instruments were distributed to respondents with Google from. The next data is the interview. Survey analysis technique with SPSS 26 and formed a bar chart for each indicator. The results of the interviews were analyzed by collecting data, reducing, coding, and drawing conclusions. The data from the survey results are aligned with the results of the interviews and the sliced data becomes the conclusion. The results showed that 39.17% of teachers prepared lesson plans, 31.68% of teachers could teach, 44.12% could assess, only 39.17% of students had changes in behavior and 49.18% were able to assess and evaluate. In conclusion, it is hoped that there will be training in compiling material and assessing and evaluating the learning process on an ongoing basis. This research contributes to providing information on the location of obstacles and difficulties in implementing the independent learning curriculum and this research becomes a reference for teachers, schools, and the government in conducting training.</p> 2023-11-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Mesta Mesta Limbong Android-based Augmented Reality Media in Learning Pancasila and Citizenship Education 2023-07-21T00:36:57+00:00 Hannes Magdalena Hutagalung Fazli Rachman <p>The lack of variation in the use of instructional media in the Citizenship Education learning process causes the learning process to not run optimally. The purpose of this research is to produce a product in the form of augmented reality learning media that is suitable for use in the Citizenship Education learning process. The type of research used is research and development concerning the 4D development model which consists of define, design, develop, and disseminate stages. Subjects for small-scale trials in this study used 6 students and for large-scale trials used 27 students. Product validation tests were carried out by 1 material expert and 1 media expert and 1 Pancasila and Citizenship Education teacher. Methods of data collection using observation, document study, interviews, and questionnaires. The data collection instrument is a questionnaire. The results showed that augmented reality learning media had been produced which obtained a very decent category rating from the validation of material experts with a score of 88%, media expert validation of 90%, Pancasila and Citizenship Education teachers' assessment of 91% and obtained a very interesting category from students with a score of 89%. It can be concluded that augmented reality learning media on national integration material within the framework of Bhinneka Tunggal Ika is very feasible and recommended for use in the Citizenship Education learning process. The development of augmented reality learning media provides a variety of choices for teachers to use instructional media that can create a more interactive and enjoyable Citizenship Education learning atmosphere for students.</p> 2023-11-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Hannes Magdalena Hutagalung Magdalena, Fazli Rachman Rachman Innovation Unleashed: Empowering Autistic Learners with Revolutionary Strategies and Technology 2023-08-04T01:34:50+00:00 Moses Adeleke Adeoye Hammed Olalekan Bolaji Ajoke Kudirat Yahaya Justina Ojoma Attah <p>An explosion of innovation using intelligence and software can potentially revolutionize growth strategies. Exploring new strategies to empower autistic students is crucial because they often experience difficulties in conventional educational environments. Based on this, this research aims to analyze the empowerment of autistic students and the use of the latest techniques and technology. This type of research is qualitative research. The method used in this research is a literature study. The method used to collect data is documentation. The instrument used to collect data was a questionnaire. The technique used to analyze data is qualitative descriptive analysis. The research results show that providing appropriate support and inclusive educational opportunities for autistic students is the most important thing. By offering tailored support, autistic students can develop essential skills for navigating various aspects of life. For example, helping them improve their social communication skills can improve their ability to form meaningful relationships and engage in collaborative activities. The need for personalized teaching and support is emphasized throughout the article as a means of addressing the unique demands of autistic students. Technology can help autistic people communicate, develop social skills, and become more independent. It is concluded that the transformative role that innovation plays in empowering autistic students and supporting the creation and adoption of innovative teaching methods and technologies on an ongoing basis.</p> 2023-11-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Moses Adeleke Adeoye, Hammed Olalekan Bolaji, Ajoke Kudirat Yahaya, Justina Ojoma Attah School Violence Among Undergraduate Students in Kwara State: Implications for Counselling 2023-09-02T12:09:53+00:00 Rahmat Tinuke Kamaldeen Haruna Ibrahim Suwaibah Iyabo Giwa <p>School violence has recently emerged as a widespread scenario and a primary concern globally. In Nigeria, hardly a day goes by without official or unofficial reports of some form of violence occurring in schools and manifesting in various forms, such as bullying, shootings, sexual harassment, kidnapping, and many others. Several studies show that violence in schools has a real impact on student's physical and mental health and academic achievement. Therefore, this study focuses on school violence among undergraduate students in Kwara State and its implications for counseling. This research is included in qualitative research. The type of research used is library research or literature study. The techniques used to collect data are observation and documentation. The technique used to analyze data is qualitative descriptive analysis. The results of the research are that the presence of violence has a significant impact on the field of education. Violence in educational institutions becomes an obstacle to achieving teenagers' dreams. The influence of peer groups has a significant influence on student behavior, particularly drug and alcohol use, incidents of rape and sexual harassment, involvement in examination malpractice, and reduced motivation to study.</p> <p><strong> </strong></p> 2023-11-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Rahmat Tinuke Kamaldeen, Suwaibah Iyabo Giwa, Haruna Ibrahim, Suwaibah Iyabo Giwa Transformational Leadership in The Implementation of Sekolah Penggerak’s Program 2023-07-21T00:45:04+00:00 Nunuk Hariyati Muhamad Sholeh Nia Islamiah <p>Paradigm changes in implementing the independent curriculum are a tough challenge for teachers. Leadership that can facilitate teachers' needs for curriculum changes needs to be considered by all school principals who join the Driving School Program. This research aims to analyze the role of transformational leadership in school principals in supporting the implementation of the independent curriculum. This research uses a qualitative approach with a multi-case study design between school units. The research subjects were taken using a purposive sampling technique, including school principals, foundation administrators, and teachers, who were explored through interviews, observation, and document analysis. The research data were analyzed using constant comparative techniques. The research results show that female school principals have the same vision and mission in improving school quality, namely by supporting policies implemented by the government, namely the driving school program. Leadership that is integrated reflects transformational leadership with four dimensions, which include (1) ideal influence, providing exemplary examples to all members, (2) intellectual stimulation, facilitating both physical facilities and competence, (3) inspirational motivation, providing space and opportunities to communicating and providing motivation in work, as well as (4) individual consideration, paying attention to the competency development needs of its members. Implementing these four dimensions supports the realization of work motivation and commitment, which has implications for achieving teacher welfare and a positive school culture.</p> 2023-11-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Nunuk Hariyati, Muhamad Sholeh; Nia Islamiah Merdeka Curriculum in Developing Soft-Skill Capabilities of Childhood Children at Homeschooling Kak Seto Surabaya 2023-07-31T01:29:27+00:00 Wiwin Yulianingsih I Ketut Atmadja Joni Artha Soedjarwo Mita Lutviatiani Ahmad Abdullah Zawawi <p>The change in the education curriculum from the 2013 Curriculum (K-13) to the Independent Curriculum is a form of evaluation and an effort to improve the quality of education in Indonesia. This research aims to analyze the implementation of the independent learning curriculum in developing the soft skills of childhood-aged children in homeschooling at PKBM Kak Seto Surabaya. This type of research is qualitative research. The method applied is a qualitative method with a field research approach. The data collection techniques used were participatory observation and semi-structured interviews with administrators and parents of students. The data analysis technique uses qualitative descriptive analysis. The data analysis model applied is the Miles and Huberman model, namely through the stages of data collection, reduction, presentation, and conclusion. The results obtained in this research show that the implementation of the independent curriculum had a big impact on the development of soft skills for children in childhood, carried out by organizing educational programs such as Friday classes, English clubs, and sports activities that can improve soft language skills, the ability to manage emotions ( emotional skills), as well as social skills.</p> <p><strong> </strong></p> 2023-11-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Wiwin Yulianingsih, I Ketut Atmaja , Soedjarwo, Mita Lutviatiani, Ahmad Abdullah Zawawi Problem Based Learning Model with the TPACK Approach in the Numeracy Ability of Fifth Grade Elementary School Students 2023-04-25T00:10:50+00:00 Sayu Rahma Indriani Gusti Ngurah Sastra Agustika <p>The 2018 PISA results, Indonesian Education Report Card Data, and AKM Scores show that the numeracy skills of fifth-grade elementary school students in Indonesia still need to improve. One of the contributing factors is the dominance of the use of the lecture method in the learning process. This research analyzes the Problem-Based Learning Model with the TPACK Approach in the Numeracy Ability of Class V Elementary School Students. This research is an experimental research with a Nonequivalent Pretest post-test control Group Design. This research was conducted on fifth-grade elementary school students who were divided into an experimental group and a control group determined using the Cluster Random Sampling Technique. Data from this research was collected using a test method using a numeracy ability test instrument. Data were analyzed using the Polled Variance T-test because it has a homogeneous data variance. The results of this research show a significant difference in numeracy abilities in students who are taught using the Problem-Based Learning model with the TPACK Approach and in students who are not taught using this model. The Problem-Based Learning model with the TPACK approach can be used in the learning process, especially numeracy learning because this model can encourage students to learn independently so that students can discover and understand concepts through themselves.</p> <p><strong> </strong></p> 2023-11-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Sayu Rahma Indriani Rahayu Project Digitalization-Based Learning Outcomes with the Project Based Learning model in the Vocal Technique Course 2023-02-03T10:49:08+00:00 Hana Permata Heldisari <p>Current job demands related to technology must be well-prepared, and the younger generation must be equipped with collaboration, creativity, critical thinking, and communication, which are related to the principles of project-based learning. This research aims to analyze the increase in creativity and skills in the vocal field, as well as the increase in the learning experience through digitalization. This research uses a quantitative approach with a pretest-posttest control group design, with PjbL as treatment. This research instrument is a skills test (performance test) used during the pretest and posttest to measure singing ability, which consists of phrasing, pitch, and dynamics. Data analysis used the independent sample t-test. The research results show that the PjBL learning model effectively improves the quality of skills and creativity in the digitalization-based vocal field. The increase in the experimental group was higher than the control group. Therefore, the PjBL model can be tested to be applied to other learning that includes skills and creativity. The PjBL model is critical for vocal technique courses to achieve learning objectives.</p> 2023-11-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Hana Permata Heldisari Scientific Approach Learning Tools Science Content Theme 9 Subtheme 1 2023-07-17T05:58:16+00:00 I Kadek Ira Widiana Ni Ketut Suarni I Made Citra Wibawa <p>Many teachers need to make preparations when teaching, so teachers teach without preparation. Apart from that, related to the preparation of learning tools, especially RPPs, teachers need help determining the allocation of learning time. This research aims to develop scientific approach learning tools for science content Theme 9 Subtheme 1. This type of research is development research. The model used in developing learning tools is 4-D, which includes Defining, Design, Developing, and Disseminate. The research subject is 1 learning material expert. The individual trial subjects involved 2 teachers. The method used to collect data is a questionnaire. The instrument used in data collection was a questionnaire sheet. The techniques used to analyze the data are qualitative descriptive analysis and quantitative descriptive analysis. The results of the research, namely the results of the assessment given by learning material experts, received a score of 88%, resulting in good qualifications. The results of the individual media trials for teachers received a score of 97%, so they received excellent qualifications and did not need to be revised. The learning implementation plan (RPP) with science content in Theme 9 Subtheme 1 is suitable for learning.</p> 2023-11-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 I Kadek Ira Widiana, Ni Ketut Suarni, I Made Citra Wibawa Interactive Multimedia with a Scientific Approach to Craft Subjects, Material for Processing Livestock and Fishery Products 2023-06-08T06:44:43+00:00 Athalla Manissa Desak Putu Parmiti I Komang Sudarma <p>Learning in Crafts subjects is still teacher-centered with the lecture method, resulting in students needing to be more active and able to learn independently. With such learning, student learning outcomes continue to decline rather than show improvement. This research aims to develop interactive multimedia with a scientific approach to craft subjects. The research used the ADDIE model with research subjects, namely content experts, design experts, and learning media experts, three individual trial students, and six small group trial students. The data collection methods used were questionnaires, pre-tests, and post-tests. The research results were validated by media experts categorized as very good qualifications, media design experts with very good qualifications, content experts with very good qualifications. The validation results through individual trials have very good qualifications and small group trials have very good qualifications. This interactive multimedia was declared effective because it was seen from the average results of the pre-test and post-test. Based on the results of the effectiveness test of interactive multimedia crafts with a scientific approach, there are significant differences in student learning outcomes before and after using interactive multimedia with a scientific approach.</p> 2023-11-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Athalla Manissa, Desak Putu Parmiti, I Komang Sudarma Blended Learning to Improve Vocational Life Skills in Making Batik for Disabilities 2023-07-21T00:48:46+00:00 Wiwik Widajati Siti Mahmudah Devina Rahmadiani Kamaruddin Nur Diah Ekasari Ni Made Marlin Minarsih Diah Anggraeny Danis Ade Dwirisnanda <p>The learning strategies applied by educators are still conventional, including learning vocational skills. This research aims to examine the effect of blended learning on improving the vocational life skills of students with disabilities. This research is pre-experimental. This research design is a group pre-test-post-test design. The research subjects were students with disabilities at the Special High School (SMLAB). Data collection uses performance tests. Data analysis used the Wilcoxon signed-rank test (matched pairs test). The research results show that the vocational life skills of students with disabilities after learning with blended learning have improved more than before learning with blended learning. Learning with blended learning has a better and more positive influence on the vocational life skills of students with disabilities. This research implies that blended learning can improve students' abilities, increasing learning outcomes. In the learning process, students are more active, constructive, communicative, able to follow technological developments, and participate to improve their divergent thinking skills and abilities, in this case, thinking abilities related to vocational skills.</p> 2023-11-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 wiwik widajati, SITI MAHMUDAH Low Grade Mathematics Practicum Digital Teaching Module to Improve Teaching Skills 2023-06-16T01:28:48+00:00 Made Ceger Artha Wiguna Gede Wira Bayu I Nyoman Laba Jayanta <p>The absence of digital teaching modules in lower-class mathematics courses has resulted in low student teaching skills. This research aims to produce a design to analyze the validity, practicality, and effectiveness of teaching modules on PGSD students' mathematics teaching skills. This research is research into the development of the ADDIE development model. The subject studied is a practical digital teaching module for mathematics learning. Meanwhile, the objects in the development stage are content validity, design, teaching module media, lecturer responses, and student responses. The data collection method used is a rating scale sheet. The data analysis technique used is qualitative analysis, which includes statements, input, and suggestions, and quantitative analysis, which includes descriptive analysis and inferential analysis, namely prerequisite tests and hypothesis tests using the t-test or one sample t-test. The research results show that the percentage of material experts, media experts, and design experts with overall validity qualifications is very high, and the percentage of practitioners is 87.95% with excellent qualifications. The effectiveness results show an influence of the use of digital teaching modules for lower-grade mathematics learning practicum on PGSD students' Mathematics teaching skills. It was concluded that the effective use of digital teaching modules for lower-grade mathematics learning practicums could improve PGSD students' Mathematics teaching skills.</p> 2023-11-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Made Ceger Artha Wiguna Problem Based Learning Model Based on Tat Twam Asi for Understanding Natural Science Concepts 2023-07-01T00:16:45+00:00 I Made Sujana Desak Putu Parmiti I Made Citra Wibawa <p>Science can be a provision for students to face various challenges in the global era. This research aims to test the effect of the Problem-Based Learning (PBL) learning model based on Tat Twam Asi on the understanding of science concepts for class V students. This research is a quasi-experimental research with a non-equivalent post-test-only control group design. The population in this study were all class V students. The sample for this study used a simple random sampling technique. The sample for this research was 36 students as the experimental group. Research data was collected using the test method with objective test instruments to measure understanding of science concepts. The data obtained were analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics (t-test). The results of the research show that there is a difference in understanding of science concepts between students who follow the Problem-Based Learning (PBL) learning model based on Tat Twam Asi and students who do not follow the Problem-Based Learning (PBL) learning model based on Tat Twam Asi in class V. It is known that The Tat Twam Asi-based Problem Based Learning (PBL) learning model has a significant influence on fifth-grade students' understanding of science concepts.</p> 2023-11-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 I Made Sujana, Sujana Interactive Multimedia Based on the PjBL Model with Public Health Orientation Assisted by Articulate Storyline 3 2023-03-13T12:35:17+00:00 Ni Luh Trisna Ari Utami I Gede Margunayasa Ni Wayan Rati <p>Lack of learning media and models and declining learning outcomes in science learning. This research aims to develop PjBL-based Interactive Multimedia with a public health orientation on Human Respiratory System material for class V elementary school that is feasible, practical, and effective for improving student learning outcomes. This type of research is Research and Development with the ADDIE model. The subjects of this research were two media experts, two material experts, three teachers and six students, and 1 class V group of 34 students. The data analysis techniques used are descriptive, qualitative, and quantitative. The data collection methods were questionnaires and tests with instruments such as rating scale sheets and multiple-choice tests. The research design used was a pre-experimental, one-shot case study. The research results show that the media prototype developed consists of 3 main parts, namely the opening, initial, and prominent displays. The media suitability index is categorized as high, and the average material test score is very decent. The results of the practicality test by teachers are high, and the practicality test by students are categorized as very good. Interactive Multimedia based on the PjBL model was declared effective in improving the learning outcomes of fifth-grade elementary school students. It was concluded that the media developed was feasible, practical, and effective in improving student learning outcomes in the Human Respiratory System material for class V elementary school.</p> 2023-11-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Ni Luh Trisna Ari Utami School Principals' Understanding of the Independent Curriculum through Strengthening the Pancasila Student Profile 2023-07-21T00:40:52+00:00 Rusdinal Sulastri <p>This research is motivated by the need for more understanding of school principals regarding the independent curriculum and Strengthening the Pancasila Student Profile. This research aims to analyze the Project for Strengthening the Pancasila Student Profile, prepare an educational unit ecosystem, design the project, and process assessments. This type of research is quantitative. The research subjects were 63 school principals. Samples were taken using a purposive sampling technique. The instrument used in data collection was a Likert scale model. The technique used to analyze data is quantitative descriptive analysis. The research results show that understanding the Strengthening the Pancasila Student Profile includes understanding the Pancasila Student Project, preparing the education unit ecosystem, designing the Strengthening the Pancasila Student Profile Project, processing assessments, and reporting the results of the Strengthening the Pancasila Student Profile Project. The principal's understanding of Strengthening the Principal's Pancasila Student Profile is in the sufficient category. The research results indicate that the understanding of school principals regarding strengthening the Pancasila Student Profile still needs to be improved. A good understanding by the school principal regarding strengthening the character of the Pancasila Student Profile will have a better impact on the principal's learning leadership.</p> 2023-11-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Sulastri Sulastri The Effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral Counseling with Bibliocounseling Techniques to Improve the Respectful Mind of Junior High School Students 2023-12-15T07:52:09+00:00 Luh Putu Sri Lestari Nur Hidayah M. Ramli Blasius Boli Lasan Putu Ari Dharmayanti <p>Nowadays in junior high school there are students who show behavior that indicates a low respectful mind. In improving respectful mind of junior high school students is needed suitable technique in counseling, bibliocounseling techniques is one of suitable technique. This study aims to test the effectiveness of cognitive behavioral counseling with bibliocounseling techniques to improve the respectful mind of junior high school students. This study used a type of quasi-experimental design research using nonequivalent control group design. The sampling technique in this study is using a simple random sampling technique. The data analysis technique used in this study is through two ways, namely nonparametric statistical test, and Wilcoxon test conducted with the help of the SPSS for windows program version 25.00. The calculation results of the Wilcoxon signed rank test in table 4.12 show a Z value obtained of -2.524 with a p value (Asymp. Sig. 2-tailed) of 0.012 which is less than the critical limit of the study which is 0.05, this means that there is a difference between the pretest and posttest results in the respectful mind of students. Furthermore the paired t-test calculation results show a Sig. (2-tailed) value of 0.000 (p &lt; 0.05). It can be concluded that there is a significant difference in students’ respectful minds after being given treatment.</p> 2023-12-18T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Luh Putu Sri Lestari, Nur Hidayah, M. Ramli, Blasius Boli Lasan, Putu Ari Dharmayanti