Journal La Edusci <p>International <strong>Journal La</strong><strong> Edusci</strong> ISSN 2721-1258 (Online) and ISSN 2721-0979 (Print) includes all the areas of research activities in all fields of Education such as Teacher education, Population education, Vocational education, Value education, Psychological education, Educational counseling, Educational technology, Management education, Women education, Educational management, Education theory, Educational experiences, Special education, School curriculum, Curriculum theory, Academic disciplines, Moral education, Philosophy of education, University systems, E learning, Library and etymology, Board of education, Textbook, Collaborative learning, College, Comparative education, Compulsory education, Continuing education, Curriculum, Department of Education,&nbsp; Developmental Education, Educational technology, Educational animation, Educational philosophies, Educational psychology, Free education, Glossary of education, Grade (education), Homework, Humanistic education, CSPE (Civil, Social, and Political Education), Instructional technology, Language education, Learning, Learning community, Library, Life skills, Lifelong education, List of educators, ethical education, Online learning community.</p> Newinera Publisher en-US Journal La Edusci 2721-0979 Improving the Motor Skills of Children with Developmental Coordination Disorder <p><em>Past examinations uncover that the prescient control of developments is weakened in children with Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD), most likely connected with shortfall within the inner modelling of movements. The aim of the present study was to investigate the effect of a motor skills training program in children with Developmental Coordination Disorder. The study was done at four kindergartens in the Khorezm region of Uzbekistan for duration of 10 weeks. All 27 children with DCD who taken part were referred to the research and score at and below the 16th percentile for their age on the Movement Assessment Battery for Children (MABC 2). Participants were divided into an intervention group (n=18) receiving 10 weeks of motor skills training program for 40 min twice per week and the control group (n=9) proceeded with exercises of everyday living. Twenty-four children finalized the research, with 14 boys and 10 girls (mean age 5.17, SD= 0.702). All children in the intervention group had a sharp increase in total percentile ranking of MABC 2 but a further decrease was observed in the control group except for one child. The study supports 10 weeks of a motor skills training program which can be a beneficial intervention for physical education specialists to enhance motor skills for children with DCD.</em></p> Orifjon Saidmamatov Raximov Quvondiq Ozodovich Copyright (c) 2021 Journal La Edusci 2021-01-25 2021-01-25 2 1 1 5 10.37899/journallaedusci.v2i1.263 The Effect of Peer Education on the Behavior of Snack Consumption in Gorontalo Regency <p><em>Teenagers are very vulnerable to the influence of their environment. A socio-cultural environment that is not positive is a risk factor for adolescents in unhealthy behavior. Snack habits are part of behavior in the form of action. The habit of consuming snacks for students in Gorontalo reaches 78.4%. The research objective was to see the effect of peer education on knowledge, attitudes and actions of snack consumption among adolescents. This research was a quasi-experiment with a pre-test post-test control group design. The research was conducted on 19 adolescents at SMP Negeri 1 Limboto Barat and 19 adolescents at SMP Negeri 1 Boliyohuto. Duration of intervention twice a week for two weeks. Data analysis used paired t-test and independent t-test. The results showed that there were no differences in the characteristics of gender (p = 0.330), class (p = 0.744), age (p = 0.148) and pocket money (p = 0.461). There is an effect of peer education on knowledge (p = 0.001) and attitude (p = 0001). Based on the difference between the peer education group and the leaflet, there was a difference in the score selection for knowledge (p = 0.001) and attitude (p = 0.001), but there was no difference in the score selection for the measures (p = 0.805). The conclusion of this study is that the peer education method has an effect on increasing knowledge and attitudes regarding snack consumption. Peer education suggestions can be used as an approach by schools for students to reduce the number of snack consumption habits in adolescents.</em></p> Deby Sinta Darise Healthy Hidayanty Suriah Suriah Veni Hadju Burhanuddin Bahar Erniwati Ibrahim Copyright (c) 2021 Journal La Edusci 2021-01-25 2021-01-25 2 1 6 13 10.37899/journallaedusci.v2i1.291 Designing Chemistry Learning Media to Train Ecopreneurship <p>The purpose of this research is to get the draft chemistry learning media design developed to support ecopreneurship. Ecopreneurship at FMIPA UNESA is broken down into eco-innovation (new ideas), eco opportunities, and eco commitment. Design of this research is giving the assignment to research objectives. The model development research with stages, SMK learning in class, students doing assignments, arrange learning media design, assessing game design, and data analysis. The assignment is compiling a plan for developing instructional media that can be applied in chemistry learning in SMK. That assignment was assessed by 3 experts and the score was averaged. The assessment has been fulfilled if all media plans have met the fulfillment criteria. The innovation of chemistry media was also assessed and has met the innovation when obtaining an average of at least 4 with a maximum scale of 5. This research was conducted at the Department of Chemistry FMIPA UNESA in the odd semester of the academic year 2019/2020. the results showed 4 vocational chemistry learning media designs, (1) VCO-Making KIT, (2) Voltaic Cell KIT, (3) Acid-base Mini Lab, and (4) Red and Ox Games. All of that has fulfilled the contents and construct besides that the student has a new idea.</p> Rusly Hidayah Achmad Lutfi Dian Novita Copyright (c) 2021 Journal La Edusci 2021-02-02 2021-02-02 2 1 14 19 10.37899/journallaedusci.v2i1.266 Mistakes in Mathematics Problems Solving Based on Newman's Error Analysis on Set Materials <p>The purpose of this research is to illustrate students' errors using Newman's methods for working on problems in mathematical set materials as a basis for description. For the purpose of gathering data, researchers make observations both before the start of a study and throughout the course of the study, that is, when students are working on the exams that are provided. Unstructured observation is the kind of observation that will be utilized by researchers in their investigations. The exam is also used to evaluate students' errors in completing math narrative problems using provided material, which is based on Newman's Error Analysis. During the interviews, students are interviewed one at a time in order to make it simpler for researchers to explain the errors they made while attempting to solve the provided issue. The result of the study shows that High Ability Category experience reading and comprehension errors. They also experience a transformation error in the problem-solving stage of the problem. The problem of process skill is to determine the slice of the set. The answer obtained is not correct and does not match the answer on the question, so the subject makes a mistake at the skill stage of the process</p> Sutidte Noutsara Tumkom Neunjhem Watchaeeya Chemrutsame Copyright (c) 2021 Journal La Edusci 2021-06-23 2021-06-23 2 1 20 27 10.37899/journallaedusci.v2i1.367 Problem Based Learning Model Effectiveness in Improving Learning Achievement of Class X MIA Students on Newton's Law II Material in Offline and Online Learning <p><em>This study aims at investigating the effectiveness of Problem Based Learning in enhancing students’ achievement. The design of this research is that of a quasi-experimental kind. The information was collected from two different courses that were both at the same grade level and covering the same subject. The data that was compared came from a variety of historical periods. The control group was recruited before to the outbreak, while the second group was recruited via an online learning session after the pandemic had begun. A pre-test is administered to see if any of the students have previous knowledge of the subject matter that will be taught. Pre-testing may also be thought of as an activity that is used to assess the level of knowledge of the students prior to the delivery of the learning activities itself. The results of the study suggest a slight difference when students are taught using PBL with online and offline learning. There is a conspicuous challenge in online learning due to teacher’s and students’ customization to online learning.</em></p> Nuranna Nuranna Copyright (c) 2021 Journal La Edusci 2021-06-23 2021-06-23 2 1 28 34 10.37899/journallaedusci.v2i1.366