Yuli Rahmawati

Yuli Rahmawati
Universitas Negeri Jakarta · Chemistry Education

PhD in Science Education

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Introduction
Transformative Education, Culturally Responsive Teaching, Social Emotional Learning, STEAM, Green Chemistry, Misconception, Learning Environment
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January 2005 - present
Universitas Negeri Jakarta
Position
  • Chemistry Education Lecturer

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Publications (102)
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This study aims to analyse students' conceptual understanding of chemical equilibrium matter using Physics Education Technology (PhET) Interactive Simulations. Students' misconceptions can be caused by the difficulty in connecting the sub-microscopic, macroscopic, and symbolic levels of understanding in chemistry. The study was conducted at a secon...
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This paper reports the results of a study on the implementation of the Ethical Dilemma STEAM Teaching Model in secondary schools in Jakarta, Indonesia. This interdisciplinary curriculum approach employed ‘ethical dilemma story pedagogy’ in a STEAM education project designed to engage students in values-based chemistry learning. Drawing on the arts,...
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This study aims to assess the effectiveness of applying a socio-critical problem-oriented approach in environmental issues to develop students' critical thinking skills in chemistry learning. The qualitative methodology is conducted in which participants critically analyze articles relating to the effect of acids and bases in the environment. Parti...
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The aim of this research was to develop the sustainability competencies of preservice chemistry teachers’ through the use of a project-based learning model. Preservice chemistry teachers were engaged in a summer course program in collaboration with national and international universities. The summer course program was conducted online due to the CO...
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This study uses qualitative methods describing the integration of STEAM-project-based learning with the aim of training the critical thinking skills of 18 male and 18 female students in science learning. The application of STEAM is done by integrating it with a project-based learning model on the topic of energy transformation through the electric...
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The first phase of sports coaching often determines whether children maintain an interest into the next phase of coaching, therefore, parental support for children's sports activities in early childhood is very important. This qualitative research aims to explore the four dimensions of social support: emotional support, instrumental support, inform...
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This study aimed to analyze students’ thinking skills through integrating dilemmas stories with a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) project in polymers topic. The participants were 47 Grade 12 students from a public senior high school in West Java Province. The research employed a qualitative method to obtain data through cla...
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This study aims to develop students' conceptual understanding by integrating the Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM) project in thermochemistry. The qualitative research was employed with interviews, reflective journals, observations, students’ worksheets, and conceptual understanding tests on 40 students in senior high s...
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Students often have difficulty understanding abstract concepts in chemistry and a low spatial ability, especially in visualizing intermolecular interactions at the submicroscopic level. Therefore, this study aims to analyze the spatial ability of students by using a 3D virtual representation as they study the curriculum topic of molecular geometry....
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This paper describes a study aimed at developing students' scientific literacy through the integration of ethnopedagogy with science education. The study involved 70 5th grade, elementary students, from Bangka, Indonesia. The ethnopedagogical approach used a 5-steps teaching method consisting of self-identification, content integration, collaborati...
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The of this study was to develop students’ attitudes toward chemistry through the integration of Culturally Responsive Transformative Teaching (CRTT) with the Colloid topic. The CRTT teaching model [1]consists of the five steps of self-identification, cultural understanding, collaboration, reflective thinking, and transformative construction. In cu...
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This aim of this study was to determine the impact of the use of dilemma stories to develop students' soft skills in the study of polymeric material. The research was conducted in a Natural Sciences class in 107 senior high school during the 2014-2015 school year. Polymer is relevant to students’ daily lives, especially in the use of plastic, there...
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The purpose of this study was to engage university students from Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia in the Southeast Asia Mobility (SAM) program which aims to develop 21st century skills through multidisciplinary, project-based learning. The program was designed using different phases: design thinking was conducted in Malaysia, the implementation of...
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This research aims to find out about the effectiveness of mobile learning media integrated with ethno- pedagogy to improve the metacognitive ability of students on the acid-base material. To find out about the effectiveness of media integrated with ethno-pedagogy, quasi-experimental, quantitative-method research is done through the field- tested wi...
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This study aimed to analyze student's laboratory jargon to help overcome misconceptions related to acid and base concepts using a 3E learning cycle. Laboratory jargon is commonly used to explain a chemistry concept concisely and clearly. The research was conducted using a qualitative approach with 36 students’ year 11 students at 107 senior high sc...
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This study aimed to develop students’ chemical literacy by applying ethnopedagogy to the electrolyte and non-electrolyte topics. The study involved 31 students from grade X in Muntok, Bangka, Indonesia. An ethnopedagogical approach consists of five key aspects of self-identification, content integration, collaboration, dialogue, and reflections. Co...
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This study describes the implementation of a STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) approach in chemistry to develop the critical thinking skills of 32, year 10 students completing a multimedia major at a vocational high school in Banten Province. Critical thinking is an important skill that students need to face 21st-century chal...
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The What Is Happening In this Class? (WIHIC) questionnaire is a multidimensional measure for assessing the classroom learning environment based on student perspectives. The purpose of this study was to validate an Indonesian version of WIHIC and to assess the instrument’s psychometric properties by using confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) and the M...
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The study aimed is to develop students’ chemical literacy through dilemmas stories and STEAM project in chemistry learning in colloid topic. The dilemmas stories of environmental pollution were explored to engage students in contextual problems. The STEAM project of smoke absorbance was used as the problem solutions in dilemmas stories. The learnin...
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This paper is based on the results of first year of two-year study in integrating Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM) in chemistry learning. The research focused on developing 21st-century skills of chemistry students in secondary schools. The 21st-century skills are a set of abilities that students need to develop in fac...
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The article portrays a one-year study of the development of a socio-critical and problemoriented approach to learning chemistry on the topics of electrolytes and nonelectrolytes, reduction and oxidation, acids and bases, and colloids. The research was conducted in the academic year 2014/2015 with three classes of Year 10 and 11 students. The socio-...
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SCIENCE LITERACY AND STUDENT CULTURAL IDENTITY DEVELOPMENT THROUGH ETHNO-PEDAGOGY APPROACH IN SCIENCE LEARNING Abstract This study aims to develop and apply ethno-pedagogy learning models in science learning to develop scientific literacy and students' cultural identity in the solar system topic. The study was conducted at SMPN 4 Bolo in the even...
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This paper presents Indonesian preservice teachers' experiences in designing a Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics-Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (STEM-TPACK) learning website. The framework of TPACK was expanded to include all STEM subjects for the synthesis of the theoretical/design framework. The STEM-TPACK framework is f...
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Civic education is a moral development imperative of the Indonesian national curriculum and the United Nation’s policy on education for sustainable development. It was within this context that we investigated the impact of ethical dilemma story pedagogy (EDSP) on student learning in a constructivist Indonesian STEM learning environment. EDSP uses s...
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The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) approach plays an important role in developing students’ abilities. The ability to combine science, technology, technical expertise, and mathematics is a tool that can help human life can be created. Of course, the application of STEM needs to be assisted by teaching materials in the form of...
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This study aimed to develop pre-service science teachers' conceptual understanding of a nanoscience project through a newly introduced 8E learning cycle. This research was conducted during one semester of a nanoscience and nanotechnology course in the chemistry education department in Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Indonesia with thirty-three pre-serv...
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This research explores students' alternative conceptions about electrolyte and non-electrolyte solutions. Data collection was carried out using a two-tier diagnostic test and in-depth interviews. Ten questions of a two-tier diagnostic test were validated using item validation and construct validation. The result of this research showed that 18,31%...
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The study aimed to find out how the integration of STEAM-Project-Based Learning (STEAM-PjBL) was applied with the aim of developing students' scientific literacy. The study employed a qualitative research method with multiple data collection through interviews, observations, reflective journals, and a scientific literacy test. The integration of ST...
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The aim of this study was to develop students’ chemical literacy through the STEAM learning approach integrated with dilemmas stories on acid and base topics. The study was conducted in the 2018/2019 academic year and involved the thirty-six students of year 11. The research employed qualitative method to explore students’ chemical literacy through...
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The research aimed to engage students in reflecting their values through the integration of dilemma teaching pedagogy in chemistry classroom. Dilemmas stories have been engaged students in values awareness through critical and dilemma thinking in the issues of plastic waste. The research was conducted in four secondary schools in Indonesia with 457...
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This study aimed to develop 22 nd century skills through the integration of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) project in chemistry learning. The study involved the thirty-three students of 11 year. The STEAM integration was implemented in the teaching of colloidal system through a project-based learning. The study emplo...
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This paper portrays research into an innovative curriculum project of dilemma stories which was conducted at a secondary school in Jakarta, with 44 students of year 12. The research focused on the development and implications of a dilemma stories approach with the Numbered Heads Together method in Organic Chemistry learning. The dilemmas stories on...
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Artikel ini merupakan hasil dari kegiatan pengabdian masyarakat yang bertujuan untuk mengembangkan kompetensi guru dalam pembelajaran berbasis budaya yaitu Culturally Responsive Transformative Teaching (CRTT). Workshop ini dapat menjadi salah satu solusi yang dapat membantu guru dalam menjawab tantangan yang diberikan oleh kurikulum 2013, terkait p...
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This research aimed to investigate teacher’s views about developing mathematical literacy through a STEAM-based approach to learning. The study used descriptive, qualitative data collection through observation, questionnaires, and interviews. The study involved fifth-grade elementary school teachers who have educator certificates and are mathematic...
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This study is the first to investigate and validate the psychometric properties of an Indonesian translation of the Student Performance Opportunity of Competence Development (SPOCD) questionnaire that covers five key competencies related to the mathematics learning process, namely: (1) thinking; (2) relating to others; (3) using language, symbols a...
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This study aimed is to develop students’ soft skills through the implementation of the Culturally Responsive Transformative Teaching (CRTT) in chemistry learning. Indonesia's ethnic and cultural diversity is a challenge for teachers to design the chemistry lessons which is relevant with students’ characteristics. The research methodology applied is...
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The aim of this research was the use of Socio-critical and Problem-oriented approach integrated with green chemistry to develop participant’s 21st century skills in hydrocarbon and petroleum learning. This approach connects concepts to social issues in participants’ lives. This research was conducted in grade X from 78 high schools in Jakarta, Indo...
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Curriculum reform plays an essential role in assuring the success of systematic educational change. The purpose of this study is to portray the government policy and the issues of the Curriculum 2013 implementation. This study employed qualitative methodology using document analysis, observation and Focused Group Discussion (FGD) as data collection...
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Penelitian ini bertujuan mengetahui miskonsepsi yang terjadi pada materi larutan penyangga menggunakan instrumen soal two-tier diagnostic test . Instrumen dikembangkan berdasarkan indikator kompetensi materi larutan penyangga menjadi 10 pertanyaan dan dinyatakan valid untuk digunakan. Penelitian dilakukan terhadap siswa dan mahasiswa tingkat I dan...
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The purpose of this study was to analyse students’ cognitive structure in the concept of oxidation reduction by employing an 8E learning cycle model. 32 students in year-10 were participated in the study. Data was collected by a drawing and writing technique demonstrated through student worksheets, interviews, observations, and a reflective journal...
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The aim of this research was to develop the chemistry students’ soft skills through acid-based learning by integrating Think Pair Square (TPSq) using a socio critical and problem-oriented approach. The study involved 36, year 11, secondary school students. A qualitative research methodology using interviews, observations, a VLES questionnaire, and...
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This paper portrays a study into the integration of a Science, Technology, Art, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEAM) project in chemistry learning of electrolyte non-electrolyte solutions for developing 21st-century skills. Thirty-two, year-10 students engaged in the study. The research employed qualitative methodology with multiple modes of data c...
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The aim of this study was to develop students’ critical thinking skills through a Culturally Responsive Teaching (CRT) approach and ethnochemistry of Tegal culture. The teaching approach focused on exploring the culture and local wisdom in Tegal Culture, especially in Acid-Base such as the Nginang, Moci, and Jamasan traditions from chemistry perspe...
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This paper describes a study to engage science students in learning about environmental pollution through the integration of ethnopedology in a wastewater treatment project. The study involved 40 year 7 junior high school students in Jakarta. In developing indigenous knowledge was explored, and cultural practices in dealing with environmental pollu...
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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengembangkan pemahaman konsep siswa pada materi larutan elektrolit dan non-elektrolit menggunakan model pembelajaran 8E Learning Cycle. Subjek penelitian adalah 36 siswa kelas X MIA. Teknik pengumpulan data dilakukan dengan wawancara, tes pemahaman konsep, observasi, reflektif jurnal dan lembar kerja siswa. Berdasark...
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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengembangkan keterampilan argumentasi calon guru kimia melalui pembelajaran nanosains dan nanoteknologi dengan pendekatan socio critical and problem oriented. Penulis menemukan masalah utama adalah mahasiswa calon guru cenderung pasif dan proses pembelajaran tidak melibatkan siswa dalam berargumentasi. Penelitian kua...
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This paper describes students' mental model of salt hydrolysis concepts. The subjects of this study were the best science class of public senior high school at Klaten, Central Java. This research employed ethnography as a research methodology. Data were collected through in-depth interview, classroom observation, and reflective journals. The result...
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This paper describes a second year of two-year of longitudinal study of the integration of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM) in chemistry learning in secondary schools in which the importance of critical and creative thinking skills were explored. The study involved 76 students of Year 11 from two secondary schools in I...
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The paper portrays the second year report of a three-year longitudinal study of ethnochemistry integration in Culturally Responsive Transformative Teaching (CRTT) teaching model in secondary schools. The CRTT develop based on Culturally Responsive Teaching (CRT) as an approach that includes students' characteristics and cultural references in all a...
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From experiences all over the world we know that formulae and chemical equations are memorized very often or are equalized by counting the number of "atoms on the left and right side of the equation". Looking to our Chemical triangle lecturers, students are jumping from the Macro level just to the Symbolic level. If we would go first from the Macro...
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The paper portrays students' misconceptions of acid-base titrations using two a tier diagnostic test. The analysis will inform chemistry teaching and learning, especially about acid-base concepts. The data were collected through a two-tier diagnostic test with 10 stratified multiple choice questions