http://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/issue/feedEduMatSains : Jurnal Pendidikan, Matematika dan Sains2024-08-29T05:02:04+00:00Stevi Nataliastevi.natalia@uki.ac.idOpen Journal Systems<p><strong>Edumatsains : Jurnal Pendidikan, Matematika dan Sains (2527-7235)</strong> is an open-access peer-reviewed research journal that is published by the Faculty of Teaching and Education of Universitas Kristen Indonesia (FKIP-UKI). <strong>Edumatsains : Jurnal Pendidikan, Matematika dan Sains</strong> is providing a platform that welcomes and acknowledges empirical original research papers about mathematics education, physics education, chemical education, biological education and also includes research in the fields of mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology. written by researchers, academicians, professionals, and practitioners.</p> <p><strong>Edumatsains : Jurnal Pendidikan, Matematika dan Sains (2527-7235)</strong> is a scientific journal published online by twice a year (in July and January). <strong>Edumatsains : Jurnal Pendidikan, Matematika dan Sains</strong> have been indexed by Copernicus, Google Scholar, Garuda Portal, Base, Dimension and Sinta-4.</p> <div style="float: left; margin-right: 1em;"> </div>http://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/5964Analysis of Tuberculosis (TB) Case Patterns Using the Hurst Exponent Fractal Dimension Method in North Sumatra2024-08-01T04:36:10+00:00Maya Sarimaya0703202039@uinsu.ac.idIsmail Huseinhusein_ismail@uinsu.ac.id<p>Tuberculosis is a chronic infectious disease caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis. This bacteria is commonly known as Acid Resistant Bacilli (BTA). The Hurst Exponent Fractal Dimension method was used in this work to identify the properties of time series data and fractal patterns in tuberculosis (TB) patients. The Hurst exponent method is calculated by the smallest prime factor that divides the data (pi). This fractal dimension's value is calculated using the Hurst exponent value. Time series data is classified into three groups depending on computation results: random, anti-persistence, and persistence. In the study, three data ranges (n) were obtained from the observed data, namely tuberculosis (TB) patients from July to December 2023 (174, 87, and 29). The value of the Hurst exponent obtained was 0,475 (0<H<0,5) and the value of the fractal dimension obtained was 1,525 (1,5<H<2). Based at the Hurst exponent value and fractal dimension fee, it indicates that the records is anti-persistence. Anti-persistence means that the time series data of cases of tuberculosis (TB) patients which if the data increases at one time, it tends to decrease at the next time and if the data decreases at one time, it tends to increase at the next time.</p>2024-07-26T00:00:00+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Maya Sari, Ismail Huseinhttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/5967Enhancing Descriptive Statistics Learning through Project-Based Learning (PjBL) for Islamic Education Management Students2024-07-31T13:15:59+00:00Ali Umarpanghulurajo86@gmail.comNurul Qomariyah Ahmadqomariyahnrl@gmail.comFirmansyah Bfmanb88@gmail.comNur Ainun Lubisainunlubis123@gmail.com<p>Educational statistics is a crucial course that students of Islamic Education Management must master. However, students whose majors are not directly related to mathematics often face difficulties in learning educational statistics. Therefore, it is necessary to develop a learning model that can improve students' understanding and is applicable to practical courses such as educational statistics. One promising alternative is the Project-Based Learning (PjBL) model. This study was conducted at IAIN Takengon Aceh and involved 23 fourth-semester Islamic Education Management students in the 2023/2024 academic year. The research data were collected in the form of video recordings, photos, and final project reports. The data were analyzed using qualitative techniques and presented through narrative description. The results showed that the PjBL model is effective in promoting an understanding of descriptive statistics, fostering collaboration, and providing opportunities for students to develop problem-solving skills</p>2024-07-26T05:10:44+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Ali Umarhttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/5980STEM based Project Learning: How It Affects Preservice Science Teacher’s Creativity Before, During, and After Pandemic Covid-19?2024-07-31T12:06:23+00:00Annisa Nurramadhaniannisanurramadhani@unpak.ac.idRiandirian@upi.eduAnna Permanasarianna.permanasari@unpak.ac.idIrma Rahma Suwarmairma.rs@upi.edu<p>Creativity Are the important skills to face the globalization in this era. Students, especially preservice teacher should have these useful skills for make next generation are more creative, struggling with the competition between human and computers, struggling with the world condition during and after pandemic strikes, and well prepared for their work field. Some of the learning approaches have been applied in the courses to construct their creativity, one of them, are STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) by the project. This research’s aim is to investigate how is preservice science teacher’s creativity by the STEM based project learning before, during, and after pandemic covid-19. The method that is used is qualitative research by using class observation and quantitively count by creativity rubrics that includes creative thinking, behaviour, and products. This research is conducted in SETS learning (2nd semester in every year) by using STEM based project from the students of science preservice teacher year 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022. STEM based project learning could improve preservice science teacher’s creativity but it has differences for each class. Class 2019 has outperformed for creativity among others. While, class 2022 has less performed for creativity among others. Based on the observation, the covid-19 outbreak has high influence to this result because of the way of their learning in their high school before. Full online learning makes the biggest impact to science preservice teacher’s creativity during covid-19 outbreak.</p>2024-07-26T05:18:24+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Annisa Nurramadhani, Riandi, Anna Permanasari, Irma Rahma Suwarmahttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/5981The Influence of Bullying Experiences on Mathematics Curiosity in Prospective Mathematics Teachers2024-08-19T09:28:17+00:00Rizka Kamalia Agustinrizkakamalia7@gmail.comRizqona Maharani rmaharani@iainkudus.ac.id<p>In the current era, bullying is increasingly happening, especially to students. Bullying is an act of hurting other people that can cause mental and psychological trauma. In this case, students need to minimize bullying in order to instill curiosity when learning mathematics. Mathematical curiosity in mathematics learning is a positive attitude that influences the success of achieving mathematics learning goals. This research aims to determine the effect of bullying experiences on students' mathematical curiosity. This research includes correlational research, collecting data through questionnaires to measure variables of bullying experiences and mathematics curiosity. The research sample was taken using cluster random sampling techniques and obtained two classes of students majoring in mathematics totaling 49students. Data analysis in this study used a simple Linear Regression Test. The results of the research show that there is a negative and significant relationship between bullying experiences and mathematical curiosity in prospective mathematics teachers. Curiosity towards mathematics is one of the factors that prevents prospective mathematics teachers from experiencing bullying.</p>2024-07-26T05:36:00+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Rizka Kamalia Agustin, Rizqona Maharani http://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/6003Analysis of Number Sense Ability in View of Student Learning Independence2024-07-31T12:06:24+00:00Anggun Badu Kusumaanggun.badu@gmail.comFira Nur Setiyanafiranur224@gmail.com<p>Number sense is an essential skill for mastering the concept of numbers. This study seeks to examine number sense abilities regarding student learning freedom. This research consists of qualitative descriptive research. The research subjects were seventh-grade pupils at SMP Negeri 1 Kebasen in Banyumas. Data were gathered from the learning independence questionnaire, number sense ability test, and interviews. Students were divided into three groups based on their learning independence questionnaire scores: high, medium, and low. The purposive sampling strategy was employed to identify research subjects. The research results show that students with high learning independence are able to fulfill all number sense indicators. Students with moderate learning independence are able to master five number sense indicators. Students with low learning independence are only able to fulfill two indicators.</p>2024-07-26T05:40:16+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Anggun Badu Kusuma, Fira Nur Setiyanahttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/6069Identification of Dominant Factors Affecting Study Time and Waiting Time of Mathematics Undergraduate Using the Least Absolute Shrinkage And Selection Operator (LASSO)2024-07-31T12:06:24+00:00Hendra Ciptahendracipta@uinsu.ac.idRina Widyasaririnawidyasari@uinsu.ac.idLinna Syahputrilinna0703201012@uinsu.ac.id<p>Higher education is a level of education that is able to produce and prepare graduates so that college graduates are able to compete and are ready to face the world of work. The aim of this research is to determine the dominant factors that influence the study period and waiting time for undergraduates in Department of Mathmatics FST UIN Sumatera Utara Medan until they get their first job in less than 9 months. The Least Absolute Shrinkage And Selection Operator (LASSO) method was used in this research, where this method is expected to be able to provide high accuracy results in terms of determining the most dominant factors. From the results of calculations using the LASSO method, the three most dominant factors that greatly influence the study period and waiting time for undergraduates are working status (X<sub>3</sub>), organizational participation (X<sub>5</sub>), grade point average (X<sub>2</sub>), final assignment position (X<sub>2</sub>). By producing this most dominant factor, it is hoped that mathematics study programs will care more about their students by making major and minor improvements to future accreditation</p>2024-07-26T05:45:12+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Hendra Cipta, Rina Widyasari, Linna Syahputrihttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/6070Skills in Constructing and Implementing Learning Designs for Preservice Mathematics Teacher at Universitas Samudra2024-07-31T12:06:24+00:00Roni Priyandaroni@upi.eduTatang Hermantatangherman@upi.eduIden Rainal Ihsanirainalihsan@unsam.ac.idNishabah Fadhelinanishbahfadhelina@unsam.ac.idStevi Nataliastevi.natalia@uki.ac.id<table width="641"> <tbody> <tr> <td width="464"> <p>Many preservice mathematic teachers use a learning strategy (a model, method, or approach) that is connected to one or more mathematical abilities when preparing their final projects. This research project examines the use of this tactic through a (quasi) experimental learning approach. Upon selecting a learning approach, some final-year students investigate its impact on enhancing students' mathematical proficiency. Aim of this research is to determine the suitability profile of the final assignment of preservice mathematic teachers at Universitas Samudra between the title and the learning design applied and to find solutions to improve the understanding of preservice mathematic teachers at Universitas Samudra in preparing their final assignments. The results of the praxiological analysis skills in constructing and implementing learning designs for preservice mathematic teachers at Universitas Samudra are: 18,18% hhe learning implementation plan is in accordance with the learning model and is explained in the final assignment discussion, 42,42% the learning implementation plan is in accordance with the learning model but is not explained in the final assignment discussion, and 23,33% The learning implementation plan is not in accordance with the chosen learning model.</p> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <p> </p>2024-07-26T05:52:11+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Roni Priyanda, Tatang Herman, Iden Rainal Ihsan, Nishabah Fadhelina, Stevi Nataliahttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/6042The Complexity of Octopus Graph, Friendship Graph, and Snail Graph2024-08-01T03:57:42+00:00Fransiskus Franfransiskusfran@math.untan.ac.idAlexanderh1011211025@student.untan.ac.idYundariyundari@math.untan.ac.idPutri Romandah1011211040@student.untan.ac.idErvina Febyolgah1011201051@student.untan.ac.id<p>Graphs are basic structures that represent objects with nodes and relationships between objects with edges. Trees are one of the parts studied in graph theory along with finding the number of spanning trees of a graph such as octopus graph, friendship graph, and snail graph. The complexity of an octopus graph is strongly dependent on the number and length of tentacles, the complexity of a friendship graph is dependent on the number of triangle cycles, and the complexity of a snail graph is dependent on the number of edges and vertices located in the shell-like part of the snail. To calculate the number of spanning trees (τ(G)) of a graph, various calculations can be used, such as the extension of Kirchhoff's formula. The extension of Kirchhoff's formula uses the determinant of the adjacency matrix and degree matrix of the graph complement of a graph. Therefore, this research applies the extension of Kirchhoff's formula to obtain the complexity of octopus graph, friendship graph, and snail graph. From the analysis, it is obtained that for any n≥2, the number of spanning trees of octopus graph and friendship graph are τ(O<sub>n</sub> )=1/5 √5 [((3+√5)/2)^n-((3-√5)/2)^n ] and τ(F<sub>n</sub> )=3^n and the number of spanning trees of snail graph is τ(SI<sub>n</sub> )=2^(n+2)+3n∙2^(n-1) for n≥1.</p>2024-07-30T09:12:50+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Alexander, Fransiskus Franhttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/5974Analysis of Computational Thinking Skills of Vocational School Students Based on Mathematical Literacy Skills in the Society 5.0 Era2024-07-31T12:06:24+00:00Ainur Ayu Maulinaainurayum06@gmail.comHikmatul Khusnahikmatulhusna@uhamka.ac.id<p>Computational thinking skills are important and need to be developed in the 21st century. This study aims to describe the computational thinking ability of vocational school students based on mathematical literacy skills in the era of society 5.0. This research uses a qualitative descriptive method. This research was carried out at SMKN 1 Gunung Putri with research subjects namely students in grades XI RPL 1 and XI RPL 2 totaling 66 students. From the research subjects, 3 students were selected who had high, medium, and low mathematical literacy skills. The data collection technique was carried out using CT ability tests and CT ability interviews. The data analysis techniques used are data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion drawing. This study shows that overall students' computational thinking skills are still relatively low because they have not mastered and applied all the indicators to the maximum. In students with high mathematical literacy skills, able to involve decomposition indicators, pattern recognition, algorithmic thinking, abstraction and generalization in type 1 and 2 problems. Students with moderate mathematical literacy skills are able to involve decomposition indicators, pattern recognition, and algorithmic thinking in type 1 and 2 problems. Students with low mathematical literacy skills, able to involve decomposition indicators and pattern recognition in type 1 and 2 problems, as well as algorithmic thinking indicators only in type 2 problems.</p>2024-07-30T09:15:46+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Ainur Ayu Maulina, Hikmatul Khusnahttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/5965Comparison of Vector Tasks in Indonesian and Singaporean Mathematics Textbooks2024-07-31T12:06:25+00:00Theodore Dwivaland Fophintheodore_fophin@upi.eduNurjanahnurjanah@upi.eduDidi Suryadididisuryadi@upi.edu<p>Vector is one of the most important subjects in mathematics, but many students face difficulties in learning vector. To find out the cause, this study is conducted to find the differences and similarities in learning opportunities presented in the vector tasks from Indonesian and Singaporean mathematics textbooks. Therefore, vector tasks from the two books are compared with the aspects of representations, contextuality, and response types. Firstly, this study finds out that the chosen Indonesian textbook provides fewer learning opportunities than the chosen Singaporean textbook in terms of vector tasks. Secondly, this study also finds out that the Indonesian textbook tends to present tasks in visual representation, while the Singaporean textbook tends to present tasks in pure mathematics form. Thirdly, this study also finds out that Indonesian textbook usually uses applicative tasks that correlate with real-life situations, while the Singaporean textbook does the otherwise. Lastly, this study also finds out that both textbooks mostly use close-ended tasks.</p>2024-07-30T09:24:07+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Theodore Dwivaland Fophin, Nurjanah, Didi Suryadihttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/5971Ethnomathematics Study: Geometrical Concept in Kudus Market Snacks2024-08-16T10:07:56+00:00Diva Aftina Ardiyantidivaaftinaardiyanti@gmail.comPutri Nur Malasariputrinurmalasari@iainkudus.ac.id<p>Most students consider mathematics difficult, because it is abstract. To respond to this, teachers can use ethnomathematics in learning mathematics so that mathematics is easy to understand. One of the ethnomathematics objects that can be used is market snacks. Market snacks are traditional foods that are often sold in crowded places such as markets. This study aims to analyze the geometrical concepts that exist in various forms of market snacks in Kudus. This research uses a type of qualitative research with an ethnographic approach. Data collection used semi-structural interviews with 3 market snack sellers, literature studies, and documentation. The results of the study found that there are geometric concepts in market snacks. Triangular, rectangular, and circular shapes are found, while for spatial shapes, rectangular pyramids, blocks, spheres, triangular prisms, and tubes are found. The research results can be used as an alternative source of learning mathematics, especially in geometry material.</p>2024-07-30T09:26:52+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Diva Aftina Ardiyanti, Putri Nur Malasarihttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/5995EFFECTIVENESS OF BEMO: AN ANDROID-BASED EDUCATIONAL GAME AS A LEARNING MEDIA ON MOLECULAR SHAPE MATERIAL2024-08-13T03:25:29+00:00Vinna Rahma Jazilavinnarahma.20005@mhs.unesa.ac.idAchmad Lutfiachmadlutfi@unesa.ac.id<p>This study analyzes the effectiveness of the android-based BEMO game as a learning media on molecular shape material. The trial in this study was conducted on one of the XI classes at SMA Kartika IV-3 Surabaya, namely class XI E with 30 students. Effectiveness is based on pretest and posttest results comprising 15 questions and questionnaire results comprising 12 statements. Learning outcomes were analyzed with the help of the SPSS program, while the questionnaire results were analyzed by quantitative description. The results of the analysis with the help of SPSS show that the use of the android-based BEMO game as a learning media on molecular shape material is effective for improving student learning outcomes by conducting the Paired Samples T-Test test which is known t table with df = 29, α 5% = 1.669 while t count = 26.133. This shows a significant difference in students' learning outcomes on molecular shape material between the pretest and posttest. The posttest results were also analyzed with classical completeness getting a percentage of 86.67%. Based on the data obtained from the students' response questionnaire, it is known that students feel happy to learn when using the BEMO game so that students can participate actively, have increased concentration and willingness to learn and feel comfortable when undergoing the learning process. Based on this data, it can be concluded that using android-based BEMO game as a learning media on molecular form material is effective in significantly improving students' learning outcomes</p> <p><strong> </strong></p> <p> </p>2024-07-30T09:29:05+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Vinna Rahma Jazila Rahmahttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/5975Open-Ended Approach for Critical Thinking Skills in Mathematics Education: A Meta-Analysis2024-08-19T03:42:49+00:00Yuni Fitriyahyuniftryh@upi.eduWahyudinwahyudin.mat@upi.eduSuhendrasuhendra@upi.eduHanifah Nurhayatihanifahnurhayati27@upi.eduTri Sedya Febriantitsfebrianti23@upi.edu<p>There have been numerous research on developing students’ critical thinking skills through an open-ended approach in mathematics education show conflicting results. Some research results implied a strong effect; others range from moderate to modest effect. This research aims to summarize and predict the implementation of an open-ended approach to critical thinking skills in mathematics education over the last five years. This research utilized a meta-analysis using the PICOS (Population, Interventions, Comparator, Outcomes, and Study Design) approach. The sample used in this research is studies published in the form of articles and proceedings as well as theses and dissertations. The databases are sourced from Google Scholar, Crossref, and Semantic Science using the PRISMA (Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Review and Meta-Analyses) method, which includes 14 primary studies found during 2018-2023 in Indonesia. The results are the implementations of an open-ended approach to improve critical thinking skills in mathematics education, show an average of 1.44, which is included in the high category. Factors that influence the heterogeneity of effect sizes are study characteristics, such as sample size, year of publication, level of education, demographics, and publication type. The characteristics of the research that results in a large effect size value are an open-ended approach implemented in elementary schools, studies with a sample size of more than 30, studies that are published in 2018 and in journals, and implementation of the approach in regencies.</p>2024-07-30T09:33:17+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Yuni Fitriyah, Wahyudin, Suhendra, Hanifah Nurhayati, Tri Sedya Febriantihttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/5914TPACK and Learning Strategies in Genetics: A Pedagogical Study2024-07-31T12:06:25+00:00Oky Rizkiana Silabanokysilaban@upi.eduNovita Restinovitaresti@upi.eduDiki Koerniadinovitaresti@upi.eduKusnadi Kusnadikusnadi@upi.eduTaufik Rahmantaufikrahman@upi.edu<p>Genetics is a part of biological science that contains topics such as genetic structure, protein synthesis, cell division, and inheritance of traits. Genetics is one of the most commonly found misconceptions and difficulties in learning this material due to its complex, abstract and rapid development. To overcome these problems, it is necessary to analyse TPACK and analyse various learning strategies used in teaching genetics so that it can be taken into consideration for teachers in teaching genetics in the classroom. This research uses descriptive qualitative method by collecting relevant research in the form of national and international articles available on various websites. From the results of the research, it was found that teachers have applied a variety of models, methods, and media in learning genetics. The success in this learning process certainly depends on the teacher's TPACK analysis skills so that the teacher not only pays attention to the content but also can adjust it to the needs of students.</p>2024-07-30T09:35:42+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Oky Rizkiana Silaban, Novita Resti, Diki Koerniadi, Kusnadi Kusnadi, Taufik Rahmanhttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/5767The Influence of Intrapersonal Intelligence on Mathematics Learning Achievement2024-07-31T12:06:26+00:00Asido Saragihasido.saragih@del.ac.id<p>Difficulty learning mathematics is a problem that often occurs, and this condition is considered to give a stigma that mathematics is a difficult subject. Various learning theories and approaches have been used, including recognizing, and exploring students' potential to find out whether there is other potential that can support their ability to understand mathematics, such as the ability to understand and evaluate oneself, also known as intrapersonal intelligence. This research aims to measure the influence of students' intrapersonal intelligence on their mathematics learning achievement by distributing questionnaires to measure their intrapersonal intelligence, as well as students' report cards as a representation of their mathematics learning achievement. In this study, the researcher used quantitative methods and found a positive and significant influence between intrapersonal intelligence on mathematics learning achievement on a strong scale.</p>2024-07-30T09:38:06+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Asido Saragihhttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/5932Improving Junior High School Students' Mathematical Understanding Ability Through Powerpoint Assisted Visual Media2024-08-20T03:10:32+00:00Rusdian Rifairusdianrf@upi.eduTurmuditurmudi@upi.eduJarnawi Afgani Dahlanjarnawi@upi.eduSuhendrasuhendra_upi@yahoo.com<p>Students typically have less interest in learning mathematics because it is still seen as a challenging subject. As a result, when compared to other disciplines, the pupils' mathematics understanding abilities remained below average. The aim of this study was to find out how employing visual aids, such as PowerPoint, to teach geometric shapes to students improved their mathematical comprehension skills. This kind of study uses a random subject posttest design and is therefore quasi-experimental. The population of this study consisted of students in class VIII SMPN 1 Pagelaran; the samples were drawn using the purposive sampling technique from students in class VIII C, which was the experimental class, and class VIII D, which was the control class. The t-test, homogeneity test, and normalcy test are the data analysis methods employed. With a significant rate of0.05, the testing results for the hypothesis produced tstat= 3.2 > ttable= 1.6801. This indicates that while Ha is acceptable, Ho is denied. This demonstrates how employing PowerPoint-assisted visual aids in mathematics instruction increases students' capacity for mathematical knowledge.</p>2024-07-30T00:00:00+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Rusdian Rifai, Jarnawi Afgani Dahlan, Suhendrahttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/5933Analysis Of Future Health Insurance Premium Reserve Calculations Using The Commissioners Method With Woolhouse Formula2024-07-31T12:50:23+00:00oktavia handayanioktavia0703202031@uinsu.ac.idhendra ciptahendracipta@uinsu.ac.id<p>A premium reserve is the amount of funds that the insurance company needs to prepare for the payment of liability benefits when a claim occurs. One method of calculating premiums is the commissioners method which is an extension of the prospective reserve method.The main factor in the actuarial calculation is the mortality rate that can be determined using the WOOLHOUSE mortality law. This study aims to determine the size of the life insurance premiums reserve using the commisioners method and the WOLHOUSE mortality laws. The calculation of the premium reserve is linked to the determination of a person's chances of survival over a period of years of WOALHOUSE law which is then used to find the value of the insurance, the initial annuity value, the annual premium, the modified premiums based on the Commissioners method, and the amount of the premie reserve at the end of the year. The study was conducted on a 25-year-old woman who was enrolled in a dwiguna life insurance program with a 25 year liability period and a 23 year premium payment period at a 4% interest rate with a liability of Rs. 500,000,000. The results of the analysis showed that the large reserves of premiums obtained at the end of the period of liability with the Commissioners method and the WOOLHOUSE mortality law are equal to the given reservation value, so that the insurance company is prepared to give the amount of reservation promised to the policyholder.</p>2024-07-30T09:43:30+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 oktavia handayani, hendra ciptahttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/5996The DEVELOPMENT OF INTERACTIVE E-MODULES ASSISTED WITH CANVA AND PROFESSIONAL FLIP PDF ON OPPORTUNITY MATERIALS2024-07-31T12:06:27+00:00Virda Putri Novita Wulandaridaavirr@gmail.comDian Devita Yohaniediandevita@unpkediri.ac.idDarsonorajen.sono@gmail.com<p>This research aims to determine the results of the validity and practicality of developing interactive e-modules assisted by Canva and Flip PDF Professional on Opportunity material for class X SMA. The type of research used is Research and Development (R&D) with the ADDIE development model which includes five stages: analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation. The research results show that the e-module product developed is included in the "very valid" and "very practical" categories. Validation was carried out by four validators, with percentage validity results: material expert (83%), lecturer media expert 1 (95%), lecturer media expert 2 (95%), and practitioner expert (90%), resulting in an average validity of 90 .75%. The implementation of a trial limited to 10 students showed a practicality level of 87.05%. Evaluation is carried out based on validator suggestions, resulting in improvements to media and material aspects. Thus, the interactive e-module developed is valid and practical for use in mathematics learning, facilitating students to learn independently and increasing active involvement in the learning process.</p>2024-07-30T09:46:46+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Virda Putri Novita Wulandari, Dian Devita Yohanie, Darsonohttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/5977Improving The Numeracy Skills of Slow Learners with Ice Cream Stick Media: Single Subject Research2024-07-31T12:06:27+00:00Nur Puji Rahayudokumenwindi14@gmail.comLusiana Prastiwilusiana.prastiwi@unitomo.ac.idWindi Setiawanrahayunurpuji807@gmail.com<p>Numeracy ability is a basic ability that must be mastered by students especially elementary school students. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to improve the ability to count, add and subtract numbers 1-20 in slow learner students using ice cream stick media. This study uses quantitative experimental research on a single subject with an ABA design. The single subject in this study is a 1st grade student of SDN Tebul 1. There are 3 data collection methods used, namely interviews, observations and tests, while the data analysis uses visual analysis consisting of two types, namely in-condition analysis and inter-condition analysis. The results of this study concluded that ice cream stick media can improve numeracy skills in slow learner students. Based on the results of visual analysis, it was shown that in the initial baseline phase (A1) the ability to calculate the initial addition and subtraction of numbers 1-20 of slow learner students was still lacking with an average percentage of test results of 30%, after being given treatment in the intervention phase (B) by providing learning to count the addition and subtraction of numbers 1-20 using ice cream stick media, the numeracy ability of slow learner students increased by 45.33% with an average percentage of test results in the intervention phase (B) was 75.33% without overlapping data.</p>2024-07-30T00:00:00+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Nur Puji Rahayu, Lusiana Prastiwi, Windi Setiawanhttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/5983Diversity, Evenness, and Richness of Mollusc on the Peh Pulo Beach, Blitar Regency2024-07-31T12:06:27+00:00Eva Malahayatimalahayatieva488@gmail.com<table> <tbody> <tr> <td width="464"> <p>Molluscs are one of the most abundant invertebrate animals and live on various substrates. Peh Pulo Beach has a wide coastline, on the edge of the beach there are coral rocks, the sand is white, and the waves are big. Molluscs like to live in coral rock substrates. This research aims to determine the diversity, evenness, and richness of molluscs on Peh Pulo Beach. Sampling was carried out at three different stations using plots measuring 1x1 m which were chosen randomly. Mollusc samples were identified based on morphological characteristics and validated using the <em>WoRMS</em> database. The results of mollusc identification at Peh Pulo Beach showed that there were 37 species belonging to 23 families. They are classified in the classes Gastropods (32 species), Bivalves (3 species), and Polyplacophora (1 species). The diversity of molluscs in the Peh Pulo Beach area is at a moderate level. The evenness of molluscs in Peh Pulo Beach is similar. And the richness of molluscs is at a semi-disturbed level so appropriate management and conservation strategies for the sustainability of molluscs are needed.</p> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table>2024-07-30T00:00:00+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Eva Malahayatihttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/5984Culturally Contextualized E-Module Based on Papua: Why Teachers and Students Need It for Teaching Linear Programming Material?2024-07-31T12:06:27+00:00Karunia Tumba Sanda Pakabu530084742@ecampus.ut.ac.idSudirman Sudirmansudirman.official@ecampus.ut.ac.idThesa Kandagathesa.official@ecampus.ut.ac.id<p>The use of e-modules in mathematics learning significantly aids both teachers and students in the teaching and learning process. However, the design of e-modules has not been extensively linked to the cultural context in which students live. Therefore, this study aims to explore and analyze the needs of teachers and students in developing culturally integrated e-modules, particularly those reflecting the culture of Papua, for high school students. The research design employed is phenomenological. Participants included Mathematics teachers for grades X, XI, and XII in Nduga Regency, Papua Highlands, and 64 high school students (42 male and 22 female). Data collected from observations and interviews were qualitatively analyzed using Miles-Huberman Interactive Analysis. Findings revealed that the high schools still use the 2013 curriculum, relying on standard textbooks as teaching materials. These textbooks pose problems for students as they are often uninteresting, use formal language, are difficult to understand due to abstract content, and are not contextualized to students' daily lives. Additionally, the reduction in face-to-face learning hours, due to the school's location in a conflict area, hampers effective teaching and learning processes. Another interesting finding is that high schools in Nduga Regency have not yet utilized technology in learning, despite having internet access. These findings imply the need for teaching materials integrated with technology and local culture to help students understand mathematics concepts and assist teachers in teaching both inside and outside the school.</p>2024-07-30T09:53:54+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Karunia Tumba Sanda Pakabu, Sudirman Sudirman, Thesa Kandagahttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/6103Development of Integrated Electronic Module with Instructional Videos2024-07-31T12:06:27+00:00Santri Chintia Purbasantri_purba@ymail.com<p><em>This research was conducted to develop a teaching material product for teaching Mathematics. The product developed is an electronic module containing instructional videos aimed at addressing common issues in online learning. The research method used was Research and Development (R&D). The R&D stages included analyzing field needs, designing the concept of the developed product, designing the product itself, and validating the product with three experts: Content Validator, Media Validator, and Language validator. Based on the questionnaire validation from the experts on the e-module development, the findings are as follows: Content validation scored 73.5 out of 75 in total, or 4.9 out of 5 on a scale of 5. The score interval obtained was 98%, indicating that the content validity criteria are highly valid. Language validation aspect indicated that the language used is highly valid, scoring 50 out of 50 in total, or 5 out of 5 on a scale of 5, meeting the 100% validity criteria. Media validation scored 65.33 out of 75, or 4.35 out of 5 on a scale of 5. The score interval obtained was 87%, indicating that the media validity criteria are very valid.</em></p>2024-07-31T01:55:15+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Santri Purbahttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/6046Need Analysis for Research and Development of Automatic Sprinkling System as The Instructional Aids in Physics2024-08-20T05:16:25+00:00Ngia Mastangia.masta@uki.ac.idYonas Ferdinal Silabanngia.masta@uki.ac.id<p style="font-weight: 400;"> Instructional aids will made student easier to understanding and applying physics concepts. This study aims to obtain data and analyze the student’s needs toward to the instructional ais soil moisture measurement in physics lesson. Samples in study were student of 33 peoples, taken from class XH at SMAN 71 Jakarta with technique purposive sampling. This study resulted: physics learning motivation of student are in the medium category, with attention 87.88%, relevance 55.30%, confidence 60.61% and satisfaction 87.12%. Curriculum analysis show in class X, measurement lesson still can be developed to soil moisture measurement based on contextual learning approach. Based on style learning, 4,48% students who have visual learning style, auditory 24.24% and kinesthetic 27.27%. A total of 59.85% students experience difficulty in learning physics. As many as 79.55% of students agree that hands on method in learning can reduce difficulty in learning physics. As many as 87.12% of students agree that they need automated instrument in physics practice and only 39.39% of students has known about Arduino. The frequently used learning media in class were on audio-visual category, starting from power point slide presentation, Canva’s slides presentation, video, simulation and animation. All of those findings were supported research and development of oto-sprinkler system by using humidity sensor and Arduino Uno. Result of this study will become the base contextual in developing contextual teaching aids in form of soil moisture measurement, so that can increase the physics learning motivation in student.</p>2024-07-31T02:51:05+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Ngia Masta, Yonas Ferdinal Silabanhttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/5927Proximate Analysis of Tempeh Nuggets with the Addition of Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus)2024-07-31T12:06:28+00:00Siti Nurlani Harahap lilynovianty2710@gmail.comLily Noviantylilynovianty2710@gmail.comDewi Novina Sukapiring lilynovianty2710@gmail.com<p>Basic human needs include nutritional needs. There are an increasing number of new and high-quality foods that perform optimally for human activities. Currently consumers prioritize food that is practical and easy to consume, one of which is nuggets. The popular nuggets is chicken nuggets which have a high fat content and cholesterol which is harmful for health. Currently there are developments of high-fiber nugget innovations through the optimization of tempeh and oyster mushrooms This study aims to analyze the proximate to determine the water content, protein content, carbohydrate content, fat content, and ash content in tempeh nuggets with the addition of oyster mushrooms. The method in this study uses an experimental method carried out in the laboratory by analyzing the water content, carbohydrate content, fat content, ash content, and protein content of the nuggets. Based on the research that has been conducted, the average results of the highest water content of tempeh nuggets combined with oyster mushrooms is in the S3 treatment (51.75%), protein content in the S3 treatment (13.747%), fat content in the S2 treatment (13.69%), ash content in the S1 treatment (6.057%) and carbohydrate content in the S1 treatment (27.113%)</p>2024-07-31T02:56:02+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Lily Novianty, Siti Nurlani Harahap , Dewi Novina Sukapiring http://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/5982APPLICATION OF DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING IN DETERMINING THE SHORTEST ROUTE PT JNE USING BACKWARD RECURSIVE EQUATION2024-08-01T03:53:08+00:00Maudya Nur Azuramaudya0703201003@uinsu.ac.idRiri Syafitri Lubisriri_syafitri@uinsu.ac.id<p>Technological progress speeds up human movement, the distribution of goods, and service provision. PT JNE, a prominent firm in Indonesia, concentrates on delivering goods swiftly and with comprehensive services.. On the other hand, problems include daily changes in delivery, delays, less than optimal routes, and expensive gasoline. The shortest ideal route for the transportation of products is found using dynamic programming and a backward recursive equation technique in this study. The Medan Belawan District as well as the JNE Medan Representative Office provided the data that was used. The findings show that a route of a → f → d → c → g → b → e → h → a is the ideal total distance for goods delivery using a dynamic programming graph is 12,2 km, with an average courier covering 16,5 km. Based on data analysis, this shows a 26% increase in efficiency over the current routes. The layout of the routes makes it easier for couriers to choose the fastest route.</p>2024-07-31T03:08:11+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Maudya Nur Azura, Riri Syafitri Lubishttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/5985MATHEMATICAL LITERACY ABILITY OF STUDENTS FROM A COGNITIVE STYLE PERSPECTIVE ON RATIONAL NUMBERS2024-07-31T12:06:28+00:00Yusfita Yusufyusfitayusuf87@gmail.comYuni Nurfitrianimrsyuninurfitriani@gmail.comUcu Koswaraabilintang5@gmail.com<p>This study aims to describe mathematical literacy skills reviewed from cognitive styles of studdents. This study is a descriptive research with a qualitative approach. The subjects of this study consist of 4 students in grade VII A SMP Negeri 1 Ganeas in the odd semester for the 2023/2024. The instruments used in this study were a mathematical literacy ability test, the Group Embedded Figure Test (GEFT) test to find out the type of student cognitive style, and interview guidelines. The results of this study show that students with a field independent cognitive style have better mathematical literacy abilities than field dependent ones. Field independent students met almost all levels of mathematical literacy indicators, while field dependent students only met 3 levels of mathematical literacy abilities</p>2024-07-31T03:14:16+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Yusfita Yusuf, Yuni Nurfitriani, Ucu Koswarahttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/5875Improving Mathematical Understanding Ability Using Tournament Learning with the Help of Panta Media2024-07-31T12:06:28+00:00Shofia Aina Rahmanishofiaaina080902@upi.eduM. Maulanamaulana@upi.eduI. Isrokatunisrokatun@upi.edu<p><em>Students' understanding of mathematical concepts is still relatively low, especially in data material. One of them is caused by the learning process which is still student-centered. So this research aims to find out how to increase student's ability to understand mathematical concepts using tournament-based learning with the help of panta media. This type of research is quasi-experimental with a nonequivalent control group research design. The population used was class V students in North Sumedang District with research samples from class V at SDN Sindang II as the experimental class and SDN Jatihurip as the control class. The instrument used is a test of the ability to understand mathematical concepts with description questions. The analysis technique in this research is the mean difference test (paired sample t-test and independent sample t-test) which has been tested for normality and homogeneity. To determine the increase in students' mathematical abilities, the N-Gain test was carried out. The two classes were given different treatments, namely the experimental class with tournament-based learning assisted by panta media and the control class with conventional learning. The increase in students' ability to understand mathematical concepts can be seen from the average N-Gain results in the experimental class of 0.6500 in the moderate improvement category and in the control class of 0.2591 which is classified as low improvement. The two classes have significant differences in their ability to understand mathematical concepts. It was concluded that tournament-based learning with the help of panta media can improve students' understanding of mathematical concepts.</em></p>2024-07-31T06:10:34+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Shofia Aina Rahmani, M. Maulana, I. Isrokatunhttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/6064The Application of The Condition Construction Development Simulation Reflection (CCDSR) Learning Model Assisted by A Combination of Real-Virtual Experiments on Students' Science Process Skills on Static Fluid Material2024-08-01T04:49:05+00:00Aas Aisyahaasaisyah@upi.edu<p>The science process skills possessed by students are still in the low category. This is caused by a lack of learning activities that facilitate students to train and develop their existing science process skills in learning. This research aims to determine the improvement of science process skills through the application of the CCDSR learning model to static fluid material. The method used in this research is a quantitative method with a one group pretest posttest research design involving class XI MIPA students with a total of 31 participants. Data collection was carried out using scientific process skills test instruments and then analyzed using normality tests, homogeneity tests, hypothesis tests and N-Gain tests assisted by IBM SPSS version 29 software. Based on the results of data processing, the significance value of the normality test for the pretest was obtained at 0, 10 < 0.05, while for the posttest it was 0.086 > 0.05. Then, the homogeneity test has a significance value of 0.555 > 0.05, and the t test is <0.001. Meanwhile, the average increase in science process skills obtained from the N-Gain test was 0.62 in the medium category. Based on the results of the analysis, it can be concluded that applying the CCDSR learning model in learning can improve students' science process skills in static fluid material.</p>2024-07-31T08:41:08+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Aas Aisyahhttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/3545The Relationship between Breakfast Habits and Knowledge of Nutritional Status and Learning Achievement of Class VII Students of SMPN 02 Banjar Agung, Lampung2024-08-29T05:02:04+00:00Rahayu Yekti Maryantoyekti_ku@yahoo.com<p>Breakfast is an activity that has benefits for school children which contributes energy and nutritional needs to support daily activities. Better memory is associated with increased glucose, indicating brain performance, especially those related to memory aspects. Consuming breakfast can improve cognitive learning and academic achievement. If children have good nutritional knowledge, they will determine which foods to consume that are healthy and have high nutrition. The aim of this research is to determine the relationship between breakfast habits and knowledge of nutritional status and learning achievement at SMPN 02 Banjar Agung, Lampung. The method used in this research uses descriptive analytics with a cross sectional approach. This research was conducted from June to July 2022. The number of samples in this research was 120 class VII students at SMPN 02 Banjar Agung who were filtered according to inclusion and exclusion criteria. The data was tested in the semester. This research showed that 100 people (80.0%) had good breakfast habits and 89 people (74.2%) had good learning achievements. Based on the results of the Chi Square test, the relationship between breakfast and knowledge of nutritional status obtained a p value = 0.040 (p < 0.05). The results of the Chi Square test regarding the relationship between breakfast and learning achievement obtained a p value = 0.000 (p < 0.05). It can be concluded that there is a significant relationship between breakfast and children's nutritional status and learning achievement.</p>2024-07-31T00:00:00+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Rahayu Yekti Maryantohttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/6075Implementation of the PIMCA Learning Model Assisted by HOTS-based LKPD to Improve Critical Thinking Skills on Temperature and Heat Material2024-08-13T03:15:19+00:00Resti Denis Yuliantiresti22@upi.edu<p>Critical thinking skills are one of the skills that students must have. This skill can be trained through various scientific disciplines, one of which is physics. If we look at its characteristics, temperature and heat physics material is able to train students critical thinking skills using the knowledge and experience they have. But in reality, students consider temperature and heat material to be difficult and boring. This is due to lack of student involvement and lack of student understanding of temperature and heat material. Therefore, this research aims to determine the improvement of students' critical thinking skills through the use of the PIMCA learning model assisted by HOTS-based LKPD on temperature and heat material. The research method used is quantitative with a one group pretest-posttest design. The research instrument is a critical thinking skills test in the form of an essay. Data analysis of critical thinking skills test results includes normality testing, hypothesis testing, and continues with the n-gain test to obtain in-depth information regarding students critical thinking skills. In general, the research results show that the average critical thinking skills of students is 0.76 in the high category. High levels of critical thinking skills can be seen in the categories of elementary clarification, basic support, inference, and strategy and tactics. Meanwhile, students critical thinking skills in the category of advanced clarification are still in the medium category.</p>2024-07-31T11:10:39+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Resti Denis Yuliantihttp://ejournal.uki.ac.id/index.php/edumatsains/article/view/5976MATHEMATICAL REPRESENTATION ABILITY OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN SOLVING PROBABILITY MATERIAL PROBLEMS BASED ON HONEY MUMFORD LEARNING STYLE2024-07-31T12:06:29+00:00Agus Subaidiagus_math@unira.ac.idMadinatul Munawwarohdinaannida@gmail.com<p>This study aims to describe the mathematical representation ability of grade XII high school students in solving permutation subsubject probability material problems based on Honey Mumford's learning style. This type of research is qualitative research with a descriptive method. The data collection techniques used were Honey Mumford's learning style questionnaire, mathematical representation ability test, and interview. The source of data in this research is grade XII students of science 5 MAN 2 Pamekasan for the 2023/2024 school year. The subjects selected were 2 students who each had a theorist learning style and an activist learning style based on questionnaires and considerations with mathematics teachers. The data analysis techniques used are data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion drawn. The results of the study show that students with a theorist learning style can meet all indicators in the aspect of representation, both visual, symbolic, and verbal representation. Meanwhile, students with activist learning styles have not been able to meet the indicators in the aspect of visual representation but can meet all indicators in the aspect of symbolic representation and verbal representation.</p>2024-07-31T11:16:30+00:00Copyright (c) 2024 Agus Subaidi, Madinatul Munawwaroh