Explorasi penggunaan E-Scaffolding prosedural dan strategi dalam menyelesaikan soal-soal kinematika gerak lurus

Trisno Setiawan, Supriyono Koes H, Wartono Wartono


Kinematika merupakan cabang ilmu fisika yang mempelajari gerak benda tanpa memperhatikan penyebab benda itu bergerak. E-scaffolding merupakan bantuan yang diberikan pada siswa secara online yang diintegrasikan dalam website. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk melihat sejauh mana efektifitas e-scaffolding yang diberikan dapat membantu siswa dalam menyelesaikan soal-soal kinematika gerak lurus. Data diperoleh melalui rekaman pengerjaan siswa dalam website kemudian dikirm ke email peneliti. Data dianalsis secara kualitatif. Dalam penelitian ini, E-Scaffolding yang digunakan yaitu e-scaffolding prosedural dan e-scaffolding strategi. E-scaffolding prosedural yaitu siswa diminta menjawab question prompts sedangkan e-scaffolding strategi yaitu siswa diminta untuk memilih dua pilihan yang tersedia pada question prompts tersebut. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa e-scaffolding dapat membantu memberikan petunjuk siswa dalam menyelesaikan soal-soal kinematika gerak lurus. Siswa yang benar pada e-scaffolding prosedural dan e-scaffolding strategi cenderung dapat menyelesaikan soal kinematika gerak lurus dengan benar begitupun sebaliknya.

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