Pemahaman Mahasiswa Tentang Multi Representasi Konsep Percepatan

Sutopo Sutopo, Parno Parno, Siprianus L Angin

Abstract


Kesulitan pemahaman konsep terkait percepatan dalam kinematika hingga kini masih dialami mahasiswa. Artikel ini membahas kesulitan umum yang dialami mahasiswa dalam memecahkan masalah konseptual terkait konsep percepatan dalam kinematika. Subyek penelitian terdiri atas 35 mahasiswa tahun pertama program studi pendidikan fisika yang mengikuti perkuliahan Fisika Dasar I tahun akademik 2016/2017. Analisis dilakukan berdasarkan jawaban mahasiswa terhadap soal pilihan ganda beserta alasannya. Penelitian menyimpulkan bahwa konsep percepatan berbagai representasi masih terindikasi miskonsepsi. Disarankan untuk dilakukan penelitian lanjutan untuk mengeksplorasi lebih dalam dan lebih autentik penyebab miskonsepsi tersebut, misalnya memberikan lebih banyak soal-soal latihan dan wawancara mendalam.

 

The difficulties of understanding concept related to acceleration in kinematics until now still experienced by students. This article discusses the general difficulties experienced by students in solving conceptual problems related to the concept of acceleration in kinematics. The subjects of the study consisted of 35 first year students of the physics education program that followed the Basic Physics I academic year 2016/2017. The analysis is based on student answers to multiple choice questions and reasons. The study concluded that the concept of acceleration of various representations is still indicated misconception. It is advisable to do further research to explore deeper and more authentic causes of these misconceptions, for example giving more practice questions and in-depth interviews.

 

Kata kunci: pemahaman konsep, percepatan


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12928/jrkpf.v4i2.6551

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