Jurnal Pendidikan 2024-02-28T00:00:00+00:00 DEMITRA Open Journal Systems <p><em><strong>Well come to Jurnal Pendidikan, University of Palangka Raya</strong></em></p> <p style="margin: 0cm;"><strong>Journal Summary</strong></p> <p style="margin: 0cm;">Journal Title/Initials: Jurnal Pendidikan (JPN)</p> <p style="margin: 0cm;">Frequency: June &amp; December</p> <p style="margin: 0cm;">Print ISSN/Online ISSN: 1411-481X/2723-0503</p> <p style="margin: 0cm;">Editor in Chief: Dr. Demitra, M.Pd</p> <p style="margin: 0cm;">DOI:</p> <p style="margin: 0cm;">Publisher: The Research and Community Service Institution-University of Palangka Raya</p> <p><em>Jurnal Pendidikan</em> has been published since June 2000 by The Research and Community Service Institution - University of Palangka Raya with <a href=";&amp;&amp;&amp;&amp;1411-481X" target="_blank" rel="noopener">p-ISSN 1411-481X</a> and <a href="">e-ISSN 2723-0503</a>. <em>Jurnal Pendidikan</em> is published twice a year, every June and December.</p> <p>Jurnal Pendidikan has been accredited <strong>Sinta 5</strong> by the <strong>Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education, the Republic of Indonesia </strong>effective from 2020-2024.</p> <p> </p> Development of Student Worksheets Based on Problem Based Learning Model on Virus Material to Improve Students' Critical Thinking Skills in High School 2023-11-05T03:13:01+00:00 Bunga Nilam Agus Haryono I Nyoman Sudyana Yula Miranda <p>This study aims to develop Student Worksheets (LKS) based on <em>Problem Based Learning</em> (PBL) to improve students' critical thinking skills based on the characteristics of LKS as well as student responses and teacher responses to PBL-based LKS products developed. The research site at SMAS PGRI 2 in Sampit class X with a sample of 45 students, trial I as many as 15 students and trial II as many as 30 students.Research method of ADDIE model development ( <em>analysis, design, development, implementation, evaluation).</em> One <em>group pretest-posttest design. </em>The results showed that the characteristics of the LKS product developed were composed of the syntax of the Problem Based Learning (PBL) model with indicators of critical thinking skills able to increase students' critical thinking on viral material. PBL-based student worksheets can improve students' critical thinking skills with an average N-gain of trial I of 0.58 and trial II of average N-gain of 0.67 with moderate categories. The teacher's response to PBL-based LKS in trial I percentage value above 61% category was quite good and trial II percentage value above 90% category was very good. The students' response after using LKS in trial I was quite good with a percentage value above 67% and in the phase II trial the response was very good with a percentage value above 82%.</p> 2024-02-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Bunga Nilam, Agus Haryono, I Nyoman Sudyana; Yula Miranda Neoliberalism and its Impact on Indonesian Education: A Reflection 2024-01-22T04:04:39+00:00 Agus Salim Johana Manubey Dedi Kuswandi <p><em>In Indonesian education, this neoliberalism ideology is reflected in the increasing role of private educational institutions, the commercialization of education, and the rising cost of education. The result is negative impacts such as access inequality, declining education quality, and the influence of globalization that threatens local cultural identity. This research uses a literature review to explore neoliberalism's impact on Indonesia's education system. Data collection is done through scientific journals, then analyzed and discussed deductively-inductively. As an economic ideology championing market freedom, privatization, and deregulation, neoliberalism impacts education globally, including in Indonesia. The results of the literature analysis found that neoliberalism encourages the marketization of education, privatization of education, deregulation, and competition. Neoliberalism promotes social inequality, where the rich can access the best education while the poor can’t. To deal with neoliberalism and provide access to proper education for the community, the government first needs to increase supervision in education. Second, review the curriculum to include local values, promote cultural pluralism, and prepare students for global challenges. Third, provide holistic-inclusive education. Fourth, actively involving the community in education planning and decision-making. With these steps, Indonesian education can find the right balance between following the principles of neoliberalism that allow for innovation and efficiency while maintaining intrinsic values and providing equal access to education.</em></p> 2024-02-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Agus Salim, Johana Manubey, Dedi Kuswandi Development of Career Card Media for Career Awareness at SMP Negeri 2 Palangka Raya 2024-02-07T02:53:15+00:00 Hanikhatul Munawarah Fendahhapsari Singgih Esty Pan Pangestie <p>The purpose of this research was to determine the service of career card media and&nbsp;find out whether career&nbsp;card&nbsp;media is useful for student career awareness at SMP Negeri 2 Palangka Raya</p> <p>This research uses&nbsp;a&nbsp;Research and Development (RnD)&nbsp;approach, namely&nbsp;research and development whose final results produce a product, namely a career card for&nbsp;career&nbsp;awareness.&nbsp;The development model used by researchers is adamitated from Born and Gall with 6 stages of development research.&nbsp;Samples were taken using&nbsp;Purposive Sampling&nbsp;Technique so that the sample selection criteria were 8 students from grades VII-7 SMPN 2 Palangka Raya.&nbsp;The main data collection tool used by researchers is questionnaires, researchers provide questionnaires to find out whether or not there are changes before and after the use of&nbsp;career card&nbsp;media for career awareness.&nbsp;Then the data were analyzed using parametric statistics from&nbsp;Kolmogorov-Sminrnov&nbsp;with the help of SPSS 25 with the results of normally distributed data.&nbsp;Researchers end up dancing conclusions based on the results of statistics.</p> <p>The results showed that the t-test calculation using the paired sample t test showed sig. 0.000 &lt; 0.05 and thecalculated t value is compared withthe Tabel t value which is 26.200 &gt; 2.213 then the null hypothesis (H0) is rejected and the alternative hypothesis (Ha) is accepted. Thus, it can be concluded that there is a significant difference between before and after the use of media career cards for student career awareness.</p> 2024-02-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 hanikhatulmunawarah Radiyanto, Fendahhapsari Singgih, Esty Pan Pangestie The Effect of Contextual Teaching and Learning (CTL) Technique Group Guidance Increases Students' Self-Confidence 2024-02-08T14:46:15+00:00 Novia Syapitri Romiaty . Esty Pan Pangestie <p><em>The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of group counseling using the</em> <em>Contextual Teaching and Learning (CTL) technique in increasing the self-confidence of students in class VIII-7 at SMP Negeri 2 Palangka Raya.</em></p> <p><em>The 'One Group Pre-Test and Post-Test Design' is the pre-experimental research design used in this study. Six children from class VIII–7 at SMPN 2 Palangka Raya were chosen as samples for this study, and samples were collected using the Purposive Sampling Technique to ensure that they met the sample selection criteria. A questionnaire is the primary to collect data. Then, using parametric statistics from the Paired Sample T-test (SPSS Program Version 25), the data were examined.</em></p> <p><em>The results revealed that the calculated t value compared to the t table value is 39.385 &gt; 2.571 and the calculated t value compared to the paired sample t test was sig. 0.000 0.05. This is also supported by the calculation of R square to determine the percentage of research effectiveness, using this Summary Model, which came out to be 0.422 or 42%. Therefore, the alternative hypothesis (Ha) is accepted and the null hypothesis (H0) is rejected, indicating that group counseling services contextual teaching and learning (CTL) methodologies are effective to increase students' self-confidence at SMP Negeri 2 Palangka Raya.</em></p> 2024-02-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Novia Syapitri, Romiaty ., Esty Pan Pangestie Application of Project-Based Learning on Geometric Transformation 2024-02-06T11:17:36+00:00 Oktaviana Ainun Ratnawati Desti Haryani Qodri Ali Hasan Emy Artuti Pancarita . <p>The success of implementing the PjBL learning model in the classroom lies in the teacher's ability to effectively design learning, motivate, support and guide students in the process of determining and completing the project. The aim of this research is to apply project-based learning (PjBL) to Geometry Transformation material for class IX junior high school students to find out how the learning process is perceived by students and teachers. This type of research is descriptive research with the research subjects being class IX middle school students. The research instrument is a lesson plan for 6 meetings, posttest, and mathematics disposition. The results of the research show that the implementation of the PjBL learning model in the classroom is less than optimal, as shown by the students' posttest results which have decreased compared to the pretest scores conducted by the teacher, the mathematics disposition questionnaire has also decreased. However, the project assignments in the form of videos and paintings for each group were completed well. The decrease in grades occurred because conditions at the research location experienced a disaster, namely "smog" around October 2023, this caused the learning process to run less than optimally.</p> 2024-02-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Oktaviana Ainun Ratnawati, Desti Haryani, Qodri Ali Hasan, Emy Artuti, Pancarita . Mathematical Communication Ability on Exponential Function Class X Senior High School Students 2024-02-07T03:02:40+00:00 Nina Febriana Jackson Pasini Mairing Sugiharto <p>This study aims to describe students' mathematical communication abilities in writing and orally and to find out the factors causing the low mathematical communication skills of students in one of the Palangka Raya High Schools. This research is a qualitative descriptive study. This research was conducted in the odd semester of the 2022/2023 academic year. The subjects of this study were students of class X-MIPA 4 at the school. To find out the factors causing the low ability of students' mathematical communication, 2 students were selected from each category of students' ability to be interviewed. Data collection techniques using written and oral tests and interviews. The results showed that students' mathematical communication abilities in the exponential function material in this class were moderate. Internal factors that cause low students' mathematical communication skills are: 1) Knowledge: Students cannot explain exponential functions, 2) Understanding: Lack of students' ability to understand the intent of the questions and content of the material so that students cannot solve the questions given, 3) Application: lack of students' ability to apply formulas related to exponential functions.</p> 2024-02-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Nina Febriana, Jackson Pasini Mairing, Sugiharto Cognitive Level Analysis of Class VII Middle School Mathematics Textbooks 2023-08-18T06:13:09+00:00 Dea Rizkita Suparman Desti Haryani <p>This study aims to determine the suitability of the distribution of cognitive level questions in the “Matematika Kelas VII SMP” textbook published by the Kemendikbud written by Susanto, et al (2022) and the “Matematika Kelas VII SMP” textbook written by Mairing (2020).</p> <p>This research is an evaluative study, using the discrepancy evaluation model. The data sources in this study were questions in the “Matematika Kelas VII SMP” textbook (Susanto, et al, 2022) (called textbook A) and the “Matematika Kelas VII SMP” textbook (Mairing, 2020) (called textbook B). Samples were taken using a proportional stratification random sampling technique to determine the number of samples taken in each chapter and the questions that became the research sample. The analysis of textbook questions was based on the cognitive level of the Revised Bloom's Taxonomy, and was evaluated by comparing the distribution of textbook cognitive levels to the cognitive dimensions of the TIMSS 2015 Assessment Framework.</p> <p>Of the 135 questions analyzed in textbook A, the distribution of cognitive levels was 14.8% remembering, 46.7% understanding, 20.7% applying, 9.6% analyzing, 4.5% evaluating, 3.7% creating. Meanwhile, of the 188 questions analyzed in textbook B, the distribution of cognitive levels was 0.5% remembering, 40% understanding, 40.4% applying, 11.2% analyzing, 7.4% evaluating, and 0.5% creating. The results showed that the questions in textbooks A and B were quite good because there were each cognitive level according to the Revised Bloom's Taxonomy in both textbooks. However, the distribution of cognitive levels in textbooks A and B still does not match the proportions of the TIMSS 2015 cognitive dimensions. The distribution of cognitive levels according to the TIMSS 2015 Assessment Framework is 35% knowing (remembering and understanding), 45% applying (applying), and 25% reasoning (analyze, evaluate, and create). Realization of the findings in textbook A is 61.5% knowing, 20.7% applying, and 17.8% reasoning. While the distribution in textbook B is 40.5% knowing, 40.4% applying, and 19.1% reasoning. Both textbooks are still lacking in questions of the reasoning type (analyze, evaluate, create). Thus, both textbooks are of fairly good quality, but improvements need to be made by adding questions at the cognitive level of analyzing, evaluating, and creating.</p> 2024-02-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Dea Rizkita, Suparman, Desti Haryani