Kesalahan Siswa Dalam Mengidentifikasikan dan Menggambarkan Diagram Gaya

Uulia ‘Iffa, Edi Supriana, Sutopo Sutopo

Abstract


Abstract: Conceptual understanding is one indicator of success in learning. Mastery of concepts is seen when someone can solve a problem. This study aims to see student's mistakes in identifying and describing diagrams of force, particle dynamics. This type of research uses quantitative descriptive research with survey methods, research subjects amounted to 97 students. The technique of collecting data in the form of reasoned multiple choice tests with alpha cronbach is 0,68. The results of the study show that almost all students experience errors in identifying and describing the style diagrams that work on a system. Common mistakes that cause students to fail to work on problems well are because students are more likely to memorize mathematical formulations of a concept, without knowing how the concept is formed.

Abstrak: Pemahaman konsep yang baik merupakan salah satu indikator keberhasilan dalam pembelajaran. Penguasaan konsep terlihat ketika seseorang dapat memecahkan suatu permasalahan. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk melihat kesalahan siswa dalam mengidentifikasikan dan menggambarkan diagram gaya suatu permasalahan fisika materi dinamika partikel. Penelitian ini merupakan penelitian deskriptif kuantitatif dengan metode survei. Subjek penelitian berjumlah 97 orang. Teknik pengumpulan data berupa tes pilihan ganda beralasan dengan alpha Cronbach 0,68. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan hampir seluruh siswa mengalami kesalahan dalam mengidentifikan dan menggambarkan diagram gaya yang bekerja pada suatu sistem. Kesalahan umum yang menyebabkan siswa gagal mengerjakan soal dengan baik dikarenakan siswa lebih cenderung menghapal perumusan matematis dari suatu konsep, tanpa mengetahui bagaimana konsep terbentuk.

Keywords


mastery of concepts; style identification; style diagram; student error; penguasaan konsep; identifikasi gaya; diagram gaya; kesalahan siswa

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