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>. Papers are all subject to peer review before being accepted for inclusion. <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">CV Rezki Media</a> is a publisher that is legally legal and registered with the Ministry of Law and Human Rights on July 23, 2020 with the number <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">AHU-038612-AH.</a></p> <p>Indexing:<br /><a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><img src="" alt="" width="89" height="30" /></a><a href=";hl=en" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><img src="" alt="" width="89" height="31" /></a><a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><img src="" alt="" width="89" height="31" /></a><a href=";from_ui=yes" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><img src="" alt="" width="89" height="31" /></a><a href=";and_facet_source_title=jour.1441417" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><img src="" alt="" width="89" height="31" /></a><a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><img src="" alt="" width="89" height="31" /></a><a href=";filter%5B%5D=repoId%3A%22IOS14850%22&amp;filter%5B%5D=collection%3A%22Journal+of+Science+and+Education+%28JSE%29%22" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><img src="" alt="" width="89" height="31" /></a><a href=";l=en&amp;refid=dcsuggesten" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><img src="" alt="" width="89" height="31" /></a><a href=""><img src="" alt="" width="89" height="30" /></a></p> <p><a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><img src="" /></a><a href=";text=Hello%20I%20ask%20about%20Journal%20of%20Science%20and%20Education" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><img src="" /></a></p> CV Rezki Media en-US Journal of Science and Education (JSE) 2745-5351 Examining Cambodian high school science teachers’ perception of Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) <p>The purpose of this study is to assess Cambodian high school science teachers’ perceptions of Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) knowledge domains, including content knowledge (CK), pedagogical knowledge (PK), technological knowledge (TK), pedagogical content knowledge (PCK), technological content knowledge (TCK), technological pedagogical knowledge (TPK) and TPACK and investigate the relationship between knowledge domains with some demographic variables such as gender, qualification, age, teaching experience, school type and school location. The study surveyed 240 Cambodian high school science teachers using a self-rating questionnaire. Data analyses employed independent samples t-test, One-Way ANOVA and Pearson’s correlation statistics to produce findings. The results revealed that Cambodian high school science teachers responding to the survey rated their knowledge relatively high for the CK, PK, PCK and TK, but relatively low for TCK, TPK and TPACK. Difference analyses affirmed that only the school-type variable indicated the difference in the four technology-related knowledge domains of TPACK. Age and teaching experience had negative correlations solely with the four technology-related domains. In conclusion, Cambodian high school science teachers have enough knowledge in (1) subject contents, (2) teaching strategies of their subject matter, and (3) ICT for administrative works and to support subject-matter-related works. Cambodian high school science teachers need more knowledge of specialised ICT for education to improve their teaching and enhance students’ learning on their subject.</p> Savrin Thy Rany Im Tsutomu Iwayama Copyright (c) 2023 Savrin Thy, Rany Im, Tsutomu Iwayama 2023-09-30 2023-09-30 4 1 1 13 10.56003/jse.v4i1.232 Evaluation of the periodic table as a teaching tool and content for conceptual change in chemical processes <p>This study focused on two crucial chemistry concepts, chemical bonding and related reactions. It explored how learners may conceptually use the periodic table in their scientific understanding. Specifically, the study's goal was to ascertain the effect of the use of this tool on learners' conceptual knowledge and/or reasoning abilities during learning or knowledge construction. The study utilized qualitative methodology and was based on a case (the school). For the purposes of the experiment, the participating learners—learners in grade 11 chemistry—were split into two groups (control group and experimental group). The study's findings indicate relationships between learners' knowledge (re)construction of chemical processes and their applicability to the periodic table. Future research is suggested by the researchers on the links between learning conceptual change and teaching approaches using the periodic table.</p> Thabo Mhlongo Thomas Dipogiso Sedumedi Copyright (c) 2023 Thabo Mhlongo, Thomas Dipogiso Sedumedi 2023-09-30 2023-09-30 4 1 14 31 10.56003/jse.v4i1.267 Needs analysis on using flip PDF professional-based e-book for sepak takraw learning <p>The problem in this research is that there are no application-based books created by the lecturers when teaching sepak takraw courses. This is a quantitative descriptive research using the survey method with 23 respondents from the third-semester students of the Physical Education and Health Study Program, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Sriwijaya University. This study concluded that a Flip PDF Professional-based e-Book is necessary for the sepak takraw learning course. Therefore, Flip PDF Professional-based e-Book for sepak takraw learning course can help students understand the material because of its’ interesting presentation and variations.</p> Silvi Aryanti Copyright (c) 2023 Silvi Aryanti 2023-11-08 2023-11-08 4 1 32 38 10.56003/jse.v4i1.272 Friendship, joy, and physical fitness of elementary school students: outcome-based macro evaluation of physical education in Madura Island <p>The lack of information regarding the benefits of physical education in primary education (SD/MI) in Madura Island resulted in its potential value not being fully realized. In addition, the existence of physical education is often seen as a peripheral or unimportant subject in the school curriculum. Meanwhile, outcomes, which are evaluations at the social or community level, often need to be thoroughly explored. The benefits of physical education ideally are based on the criteria of friends, fun, and fitness. This study seeks information about interpersonal peacefulness, physical activity enjoyment, and physical fitness. The research method used is quantitative and correlational descriptive with a testing design using the discrepancy evaluation model. The respondents involved in this study are 523 students. The results show that the mean of interpersonal peacefulness among students and physical activity enjoyment has met the established criteria, while the mean of physical fitness of students has not met the established criteria. The three variables have a functional relationship with a significant value &lt;0.05. Recommendations that can be given to physical education teachers are to pay more attention to the element of physical activity enjoyment in children. According to hedonism theory, behavioral learning theory, and perceptual theory, humans always seek and repeat any action that gives pleasure. So, if exercising brings joy, they will repeat the activity. The more joy, the more active they will be in exercising.</p> Arief Wildan Jufri Sakban Rosidi Titik Purwati Copyright (c) 2023 Arief Wildan Jufri, Sakban Rosidi, Titik Purwati 2023-11-08 2023-11-08 4 1 39 47 10.56003/jse.v4i1.273 Implementation of D'volleyball learning application in junior high schools to improve student’s learning outcomes <p>This research aims to determine the results of implementing the learning media D'Volleyball Learning Application to improve student's learning outcomes in junior high schools. This research uses an action research method consisting of two cycles. The action takes the form of volleyball learning using the D'volleyball learning application media. The sample in this research was 31 students at State Junior High School 1 Tanjung Batu class VIII, consisting of 11 male students and 20 female students. Data was obtained by conducting pre-cycle and post-tests after each cycle test to determine the level of completeness of students' learning outcomes in volleyball game bottom serve learning material. A significant spike in improvement was seen in the three aspects assessed after being given action in the 2nd cycle. Students' knowledge was improved at 29.23% after cycle 1 and 83.87 after cycle 2, skills were improved at 32.25% after cycle 1 and 83.87 after cycle 2, and attitude were improved at 61.29% after cycle 1 and 80.65% after cycle 2. The implementation of D'Volleyball Learning Application media in learning has been proven effective for use in the learning process at State Junior High School 1 Tanjung Batu.</p> Destriani Destriani Destriana Destriana Ahmad Richard Victorian Soleh Solahuddin Reza Alfarandi Copyright (c) 2023 Destriani Destriani, Destriana Destriana, Ahmad Richard Victorian, Soleh Solahuddin, Reza Alfarandi 2023-11-08 2023-11-08 4 1 48 57 10.56003/jse.v4i1.281 Association between physical activity and body mass index with physical fitness in first-year sport students <div>This study aims to determine the association between physical activity, Body Mass Index (BMI), and physical fitness in first-year sports students. This study is descriptive quantitative research with a cross-sectional study approach. 66 students (age 18,30 dan 0,70) (male =43, female = 23) of the sport were involved. Instruments to measure physical activity level adopted the Baecke Questionnaire; physical fitness used the sit and reach test, 60-second sit up, 60-second squat thrust, and PACER test. BMI was measured by dividing body weight (kg) by the multiplication of height (meters). Spearman's Rank test was used to determine whether there was a relationship. The results showed that the level of physical activity was mostly in the high category (37.88%), BMI was mostly in the normal category (81.7%), and physical fitness was mostly in the poor category (51.5%). Statistical test results showed that physical activity was related to physical fitness, while BMI was not. In conclusion, a person's level of physical activity can affect physical fitness. Longitudinal studies are needed to ascertain whether physical fitness and physical activity are factors in the success of sports students in following all practice-based courses.</div> Moch Yunus Yulingga Nanda Hanief Ganis Meinar Sari Teejay D. Panganiban Copyright (c) 2023 Moch Yunus, Yulingga Nanda Hanief, Ganis Meinar Sari, Teejay D. Panganiban 2023-09-30 2023-09-30 4 1 58 64 10.56003/jse.v4i1.299