Profil Miskonsepsi Mahasiswa Calon Guru Fisika Ditinjau Dari Berbagai Representasi Pada Materi Gerak Lurus Dan Gerak Parabola

Ahmad Busyairi, Muhammad Zuhdi

Abstract

Misconceptions are one of the problems that often occur in education. This objected aims to identify misconceptions of pre-service physics teachers’ in motion concept from various representations. The method used in this research is descriptive method. A total of 40 pre-service physics teachers’ at a university in the city of Mataram were involved in this study. The instrument used in the study was a three tier test with open reasons. The reasons have been made to be open aims so that pre-service physics teachers’ are more free to describe the understanding that is in their cognitive structure. A total of 15 test items used in this study. The questions are classified into three types of representations namely; verbal, vigural, and graphics. The results showed that 67% of pre-service physics teachers have misconceptions on the concept of linier motion, 53% of misconceptions on the concept of vertical motion, and 57% of misconceptions on the concept of parabolic motion. The result shows that 61% of pre-service physics teachers’ have misconceptions on verbal type questions, 59% of misconceptions on vigural type , and 61% misconceptions on graphic type.

Keywords

conception; misconception; multiple representation; parabolic motion

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