Journal of Science and Education (JSE) <p><strong>Journal of Science and Education (JSE) </strong>with<strong> e-ISSN : <a href="">2745-5351</a></strong> is an international peer reviewed medium for the publication of articles of interest to researchers in education and has rapidly become a major focal point for the publication of educational research from throughout the world.<br />The Journal is interdisciplinary in approach, and includes reports of case studies, experiments and surveys, discussions of conceptual and methodological issues and of underlying assumptions in educational research, accounts of research in progress, and book reviews.<br />It is published biannually, <strong>March</strong> and <strong>September</strong>, by the <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">CV Rezki Media</a>. 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The case study is a detailed description and in-depth case disclosure of a phenomenon. This case study was conducted on 2 student athletes in beach volleyball at the Malang State University who already have a minimum achievement at the provincial level. Collect data using a semi-structured interview instrument and process the data using the thematic analysis method. This research was conducted at the Faculty of Sports Science, Malang State University. The results of the research based on the data obtained, there are three themes related to this research: 1) Challenges when being a student-athlete; 2) Student athletes' barriers and 3) Athletes' thinking patterns when they become student-athletes. This article also compares previous studies related to student-athlete career transitions.</p> Irfan Panji Rifai Kurniati Rahayuni Yulingga Nanda Hanief Moch Yunus Copyright (c) 2022 Irfan Panji Rifai, Kurniati Rahayuni, Yulingga Nanda Hanief, Mochammad Yunus 2022-12-10 2022-12-10 3 2 62 68 10.56003/jse.v3i2.159 Implementation of physical education with blended learning based on teacher readiness in Indonesia: systematic review <p>This conceptual article is an overview of the implementation of the blended learning&nbsp; model for physical education learning in the modern era, especially in Indonesia. The data obtained in this conceptual article is secondary data using the google schoolar database using a systematic review approach with PRISMA (Preferred Reporting Items for literature reviews) analysis. Based on the results of the conclusions related to the systematic review that has been carried out, it can be concluded that the synergy between teacher readiness in mastering technology, the role of government through constructive programs, and high student literacy awareness.&nbsp; The combination of fulfilling these roles creates a good combination in the application of blended learning to physical education learning in this modern era.</p> Cahyo Nugroho Sigit Muhammad Aliffajaruddin Alfani Wasis Djoko Dwiyogo Copyright (c) 2022 Cahyo Nugroho Sigit, Muhammad Aliffajaruddin Alfani, Wasis Djoko Dwiyogo 2022-12-10 2022-12-10 3 2 69 75 10.56003/jse.v3i2.160 Students' perspective on offline and online learning in the Pencak Silat course <p>This study aims to examine the perspectives of students from the 2019 Health Physical Education and Recreation (<em>PJKR</em>) Program Study of the Faculty of Sport Science in State University of Malang regarding lectures using offline and online systems in the motion theory course and the martial arts practice course. The study used a quantitative descriptive survey design. The population of this study amounted to 227 students of the year 2019 <em>PJKR</em> Study Program. The sample of this study was 94 students and the analysis technique used was quantitative descriptive statistics. The results showed that student responses in offline lectures for theory courses were mostly positive as much as 94%, 79% positively agree with offline lectures for practical subjects, 70% respondents agree with online lectures for theory courses, and 89% students positively responded on online lectures for practical courses. Based on the research results obtained, it can be concluded that the response of the class of 2019 students to offline and online system lectures in theory and practice courses can be said to have been good and effective because they are in accordance with good learning principles.</p> Novrityan Bayu Putra Putra Siti Nurrochmah Copyright (c) 2022 Novrityan Bayu Putra, Siti Nurrochmah 2022-12-12 2022-12-12 3 2 76 81 10.56003/jse.v3i2.161 Development of application-based badminton material teaching media for middle school level PJOK teachers <p>This development research has the goal of developing application-based badminton game learning using the Java programming language which is used as a supporting tool for learning badminton game material for Middle School PJOK Teachers in Kediri Regency as well as being a reference and development for further research. This research method refers to the development research method of Sugiono, which. The test subjects in this study involved 40 SMP PJOK teachers in Kediri Regency, consisting of 10 teachers involved in the small group trial and 30 teachers involved in the large group trial. The results of the analysis carried out by experts who have carried out the validity of this application product, the percentage of learning expert evaluations is obtained, which means it is very valid, the results of the evaluation of badminton playing experts mean it is very valid, the results of the evaluation of media experts mean it is very valid. So based on these results, the research product of this badminton material learning application application was declared "fit for use" for learning badminton game material for junior high school PJOK teachers in Kediri Regency.</p> Ari Wibowo Kurniawan Lokananta Teguh Hari Wiguno M. Helmy Firman Amrullah Copyright (c) 2022 Ari Wibowo Kurniawan, Lokananta Teguh Hari Wiguno, M. Helmy Firman Amrullah 2022-12-12 2022-12-12 3 2 82 93 10.56003/jse.v3i2.162 The impact of the blended learning system on the learning outcomes of physical education and health students: a systematic review <p>Blended learning is a learning model that is currently receiving high attention from lecturers and students in recent years. However, with so many studies addressing this issue, there has not been a systematic review that specifically analyzes all studies related to the impact of the blended learning system in physical education at the tertiary level. Thus, this study aims to evaluate the overall effect of blended learning in physical education at the university level. Search literature studies obtained using Google Scholar, PubMed, Eric and Science Direct databases. In searching the literature, researchers used the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Review and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) guidelines. The literature search strategy includes the following predefined keyword combinations: “blended learning” AND “physical education” AND “sports” AND “college students”. All studies were extracted from the database and data analysis was carried out using the Mendeley application to filter out articles that were duplicates or did not match the research studies. Of the 665 publications obtained from the Google Scholar database, DOAJ, Eric and Science Direct, after passing through the screening, only 13 articles were found that matched the research intervention. The conclusion from the data analysis that has been done explains that the blended learning model is very good at improving students' motor skills. Subsequent significant improvements can also be found at the understanding or cognitive level of students using the blended learning method. In addition, volleyball is one of the most researched and studied sports in all sports, such as badminton, dance, football, athletics, and martial arts. Therefore, further research is expected to be able to dig deeper into the impact of blended learning on increasing student attitude scores and optimizing the use of blended in athletics or martial arts.</p> Muhammah Hamzah Pratama Roesdiyanto Roesdiyanto Copyright (c) 2022 Muhammad Hamzah Pratama, Roesdiyanto 2022-12-13 2022-12-13 3 2 94 112 10.56003/jse.v3i2.163 Survey on physical fitness levels of athletes aged 13-15 years old at Satria Mandiri Soccer School, Bojonegoro Regency <p>Physical fitness is one of the important components in the sport of football, because the game of football is played within 2x45 minutes so that a valid fitness status is needed in order to play football optimally. This study was conducted to determine the status of physical freshness in athletes aged 13 to 15 years at SSB Satria Mandiri, Bojonegoro Regency. The method in this study is descriptive quantitative with survey techniques. The population and samples used were athletes aged 13 to 15 years at the Satria Mandiri football school which totaled 22 athletes. Data collection includes several tests, a 50-meter running test using a running track, a body lift hanging test using poles/bars, a 60-second seating test, an upright jumping test using a board, a 1000-meter running test using a running track. Data analysis in this study is quantitative descriptive statistics. The results of this study obtained that of the 22 athletes who were subjects, 12 athletes obtained the moderate category with a percentage of 54.54%. The conclusion obtained from this study is that the level of physical freshness in athletes aged 13-15 years at the Satria Mandiri football school as a whole shows a moderate category.</p> Arjuna Arya Nugraha Moch. Yunus Prisca Widiawati Copyright (c) 2022 Arjuna Arya Nugraha, Moch. Yunus, Prisca Widiawati 2022-12-13 2022-12-13 3 2 113 121 10.56003/jse.v3i2.164 Motivation of physical education, health, and recreation students in carrying out movement activities after the Covid-19 transition period in Indonesia <p>The purpose of this study was to find out how far the motivation of Physical Education, Health, and Recreation (PEHR) students in Indonesia in carrying out physical activities during this transition period from two (2) years of no face-to-face learning by carrying out direct physical activity practices. The method used in this study is a survey by collecting data using questionnaires and questionnaires, as well as to analyze quantitative data used descriptive statistics, namely analysis of percentages and averages. The results of the study showed that the motivation of PEHR students to move after the transition from pandemic to endemic had positive results.</p> Lokananta Teguh Hari Wiguno Ari Wibowo Kurniawan Febrita Paulina Heynoek Usman Nasution Mimi Haetami Sudirman Sudirman Hendra Jondry Copyright (c) 2022 Lokananta Teguh Hari Wiguno, Ari Wibowo Kurniawan, Febrita Paulina Heynoek, Usman Nasution, Mimi Haetami, Sudirman, Hendra Jondry 2022-12-19 2022-12-19 3 2 122 140 10.56003/jse.v3i2.165 Development of imagery exercises to increase confidence in penalty stroke for EHC (Eleven Hockey Club) male hockey athletes <p>Imagery training is needed by EHC (Eleven Hockey Club) hockey athletes in order to increase self-confidence, especially during penalty strokes. The purpose of this study was to develop imagery exercises to increase confidence in video-based format. The method used in this research is the Research and Development (R&amp;D) method with the following steps: needs analysis, product design, expert validation, product revision, small group trial, large group trial and final product. The subjects used in this study were athletes, coaches and expert validators. Development analysis using interview instruments. The product is validated by 3 expert validators: 1 (one) Psychology Expert, 1 (one) Hockey Coaching Expert, 1 (one) Hockey Expert and the results of the validator's assessment showed 89.28% to 100% rate which assign the product are very valid. The video product then tested by a small group of 5 (five) hockey athletes and a large group of 10 (ten) hockey athletes. From the results obtained from the small group trial, namely 80.83% (very valid) and the results from the large group 98.75% (very valid). So it can be concluded that the development of imagery exercises to increase confidence in doing penalty strokes for video-based Hockey athletes is feasible to use.</p> Meywah Khofifah Kurniati Rahayuni Yulingga Nanda Hanief Supriatna Supriatna Copyright (c) 2022 Meywah Khofifah, Kurniati Rahayuni, Yulingga Nanda Hanief, Supriatna 2022-12-19 2022-12-19 3 2 141 150 10.56003/jse.v3i2.166 The development of mobile learning based physical fitness learning media in grade x high school students in Pasuruan Regency <p>This research aims to develop a mobile learning-based learning media based on physical fitness material for high school students in grade ten. The method used in this study is research and development. The data collection technique uses interviews with sports teachers and the distribution of questionnaires to grade ten students at Senior High School 1 Purwosari, Senior High School 1 Gondangwetan, and Senior High School 1 Lumbang. The data analysis technique in this study utilized a Likert scale which examined the gradation of the score. The products are firstly validated by experts, such as media, learning and material experts. The score results of each validator are 93% of the scores from the validation of media experts, 82% of the scores from the validation of learning experts, and 84% of the scores from the validation of material experts, while for large group trials, the score obtained is 85%.&nbsp; Thus, referring to the data results, the development of the product in this research is feasible, can be used and disseminated.</p> Ali Mahfud Siti Nurrochmah Fahrial Amiq Copyright (c) 2022 Ali Mahfud, Siti Nurrochmah, Fahrial Amiq 2022-12-19 2022-12-19 3 2 151 158 10.56003/jse.v3i2.167 Optimization of movement skills assessment in physical education learning using online self and peer assessment <p>The obstacle for physical education (PE) teachers during COVID-19 was conducting video assessments of students' movement skills one by one so that the teacher's focus was dominant on assessing. This study aims to examine the effectiveness of self-and peer assessment of the skills of Pencak silat front kicks in Physical Education subjects. The method used is a comparative causal method with a quantitative approach. The selection of the sample is by using the incidental sample technique in class VIII students of SMP Negeri 3 Malang. The data obtained was in the form of self-, peer, and teacher assessments on the material for Pencak silat front kicks using an online application. The results of the different tests using the Wilcoxon Signed Test obtained a <em>P</em> value &gt; 0.05 so that the data did not differ between the comparison of self- (SA) and peer assessments (PA) and the teacher's assessment (TA). Self-assessment and peer assessment was declared effective in assessing movement skills, especially the material for the Pencak silat front kick.</p> Gema Fitriady Mohammad Alfarizi Mohammad Alfarizi Surya Adi Saputra Copyright (c) 2022 Gema Fitriady, Mohammad Alfarizi, Surya Adi Saputra 2022-12-19 2022-12-19 3 2 159 164 10.56003/jse.v3i2.168 The effect of interval training on athletic 100 meter running speed: a meta-analysis study <p>This research on the effect of interval training on 100 meter running speed has been widely done in sports. Various researchers explain that interval training is very influential in increasing the speed of running 100 meters, but each study reports different results. This difference causes the need to conduct inclusive data analysis to provide comprehensive information about the importance of interval training to increase 100-meter running speed in athletic athletes. This method must be done by collecting data from research results indexed on Google Scholar by searching for research published in the range of 2010-2021. The search for the results of this study was carried out by entering two keywords, namely the first keyword "interval" AND "100 meter run" AND "journal" OR "journal" with the results found 224 articles and the second keyword is "interval" AND "100 meter sprint" with the results found 139 articles. Data on articles that already fit the study's inclusion and exclusion criteria were taken to determine the effect size (ES) and standard error (SE) values. The results of this study show the value of the RE estimate and FE model 11.243 junior high school criteria and the value of the RE estimate and FE model 9.786 athlete criteria which means that this interval training has a significant effect on the junior high school level and athletes who focus specifically on 100 meter running speed. This research is only limited to 100-meter sprints in junior high school students and athletes, it is recommended that future researchers examine other sports and other subjects.</p> Vindryani Septayasa Supriatna Supriatna Yulingga Nanda Hanief Teejay D. Panganiban Copyright (c) 2022 Vindryani Septayasa, Supriatna, Yulingga Nanda Hanief, Teejay D. Panganiban 2022-12-19 2022-12-19 3 2 165 175 10.56003/jse.v3i2.169 Creating a circuit training model to improve the agility of seven-year-olds <p>The objective of this study is to create an efficient circuit training model for 7-year-old kids. Research and development from borg and gall are the research methods used. There are 24 variations as a result of this research and development. Four training posts were developed by researchers, each of which tries to train one or two aspects of physical fitness. Strength, Endurance, Muscular Power, Speed, Flexibility, Agility, Coordination, and Balance are the 10 elements of physical fitness. Following a review of the literature on the characteristics of children aged 7 years, the researchers only created 4 posts, each of which may train one to two physical fitness components. On elementary school pupils in grade 1, this circuit training model's development and research were tested. The test results can be correctly implemented. Following the phases of study and development, it has been determined that this model can be used in schools.</p> Tatok Sugiarto Arief Darmawan Zihan Novitasari Nadia Milkhatun Nadlifah Primita Nur Mazzidah Copyright (c) 2022 Tatok Sugiarto, Arief Darmawan, Zihan Novitasari, Nadia Milkhatun Nadlifah, Primita Nur Mazzidah 2022-12-20 2022-12-20 3 2 176 183 10.56003/jse.v3i2.170 Development of front and back rolling mobile learning media for class x students of SMAN 1 Pamekasan <p>Many students do not understand the gymnastic movements being taught and become bored with the movement, as well as the learning method. This study aims to produce a learning media device in physical education, sports and health in the form of mobile learning floor exercise with front roll and back roll material for <strong>student’s</strong> class X of SMAN 1 Pamekasan so that it can be a teaching material. In this study, the Research and Development (R&amp;D) from Lee and Owens was. So that only 5 steps are in accordance with the conditions in the field. (1) needs analysis, (2) product design, (3) development related to the material to be developed (4) application/implementation, (5) product evaluation by experts and product trials. Results of product development data obtained the first result (91.3%) with 32 students and the second group (87.4%) with 115 students. From the results of these data, it can be concluded that the criteria for learning media products for floor exercise materials based on mobile learning have very valid criteria and are suitable for use in learning activities in schools.</p> Dwi Akbar Fitriliyanto Usman Wahyudi Rama Kurniawan Copyright (c) 2022 Dwi Akbar Fitriliyanto, Usman Wahyudi, Rama Kurniawan 2022-12-20 2022-12-20 3 2 184 195 10.56003/jse.v3i2.171 Soft skill learning device for elementary school students through the learning of physical education in merdeka curriculum <p>The purpose of this study was to find out the initial observations about the Soft Skill Needs for Elementary School Students through Learning Physical Education, Sports and Health in the “Merdeka Belajar” Curriculum. Subjects were 8 Physical Education, Sports and Health Teachers who filled out a softskill analysis questionnaire. The results show that Physical Education teachers still experience obstacles and difficulties in compiling and designing learning or teaching modules that emphasize aspects of soft skills. The conclusion is that Physical Education teachers have difficulty and do not know in compiling or making learning tools or what is currently known is teaching modules that emphasize soft skill elements.</p> Muarifin Muarifin Copyright (c) 2022 Muarifin 2022-12-29 2022-12-29 3 2 196 205 10.56003/jse.v3i2.174 Blended learning in badminton subjects <p>This study aims to determine the effect of blended learning on badminton learning. The method used in this study is the literature review method. Sources were obtained online with Google Scholar and books from 2018 to 2022. The results of the data search have been found by the authors, which are influenced by several factors. The biggest thing that influences this research is the limited facilities and infrastructure owned by students, but there is an increase resulting from several previous studies.</p> Laili Nabella Pebriani Wasis Djoko Dwiyogo Copyright (c) 2022 Laili Nabella Pebriani, Wasis Djoko Dwiyogo 2022-12-29 2022-12-29 3 2 206 213 10.56003/jse.v3i2.175 Literature review: the physical condition of Pencak Silat athletes in Indonesia during the covid-19 pandemic <p>The development of the physical condition of Pencak silat athletes is an important aspect that must be considered. A person who has a good physical condition will be better prepared for matches, but the Covid-19 pandemic has indirectly forced the adaptation of athletes to carry out exercises with limited conditions, so it will indirectly affect the level of the physical condition of the Pencak silat athletes. The purpose of this study was to determine the physical condition of athletes in Indonesia during the COVID-19 pandemic. The research method used is a literature review with the PRISMA search flow on the Google Scholar database for the period of 2015-2021. The results of the study found five articles that matched the criteria, and there were differences in the results of the five articles on the physical condition of Pencak silat athletes in various regions and the physical condition of Pencak silat athletes during the covid-19 pandemic in the category that was quite likely to be lacking. So, there was a decrease in physical condition during the COVID-19 pandemic.</p> Indana Rohmatikan Zulfa Supriatna Supriatna Yulingga Nanda Hanief Copyright (c) 2022 Indana Rohmatikan Zulfa, Supriatna, Yulingga Nanda Hanief 2022-12-31 2022-12-31 3 2 196 205 10.56003/jse.v3i2.176