POTRET PENGGUNAKAN ANALOGI DALAM PERKULIAHAN LISTRIK-MAGNET DI LPTK

Nyoto Suseno, Agus Setiawan, dan Nuryani Y. Rustaman (2011) Potret Penggunakan Analogi Dalam Perkuliahan Listrik-magnet Di Lptk

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The objective of this research is to study about using analogies in electricity and magnetism lecturing. Preliminary study had been conducted on four physics education programs of Java and Sumatra island for one or two meeting time, with emphasis aspect to using analogy in class.  The data are colected by documentation, observation and interview. The data was analyzed qualitatively through to steps: transcription, tabulation, coding, description so that this analysis decided the accuracy theme of research. The result of this research found that always used analogies in electricity and magnetism lecturing, where it often happened spontaneously, so that analogy can risky to causes misconceptions. Analogies had important role in electricity and magnetism lecturing, especially to represent abstract concept. Students’ analogy can be to detect students’ understanding and misconceptions.

 

Keywords:   analogy, abstract concept, electricity and magnetism, and misconceptions.


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