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Empowering Science and Mathematics for Global Competitiveness
Proceedings of the Science and Mathematics International Conference (SMIC 2018), November 2-4, 2018, Jakarta, Indonesia




ISBN 9781138616660
Published June 17, 2019 by CRC Press
612 Pages

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This conference proceedings focuses on enabling science and mathematics practitioners and citizens to respond to the pressing challenges of global competitiveness and sustainable development by transforming research and teaching of science and mathematics. The proceedings consist of 82 papers presented at the Science and Mathematics International Conference (SMIC) 2018, organised by the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Indonesia. The proceedings are organised in four parts: Science, Science Education, Mathematics, and Mathematics Education. The papers contribute to our understanding of important contemporary issues in science, especially nanotechnology, materials and environmental science; science education, in particular, environmental sustainability, STEM and STEAM education, 21st century skills, technology education, and green chemistry; and mathematics and its application in statistics, computer science, and mathematics education.

Table of Contents

Science

Green synthesis and characterization of Zinc Oxide (ZnO) nanoparticles using Uncaria gambir leaf extract
S. Handani, D. Dahlan, S. Arief & Emriadi

The effect of dopant Indium Tin Oxide (ITO) nanoparticle concentration on the characteristics and conductive properties of cholesteryl acrylate polymer-ITO composite
Afrizal, E.P. Astuti & A. Ridwan

A comparison of digital signal modulation techniques through multipath Rayleigh fading channel using a MIMO-OSTBC system
M. Zaenudin, A. Diamah & M. Yusro

Determining the elastic factor for an ecotechnic assessment of Medium Voltage (MV) transmission lines with a consideration of the conductor’s skin effect
L.X. Thanh

Impact of power harmonics on precise and discriminative tripping of the relay system for earthing protection in underground 6 kV grids of Qu ng Ninh underground mines
H.V. Bun & L.X. Thanh

Microwave-assisted synthesis and in vivo anti-diabetic activity of 5-(2-bromophenyl)-3-(naphthalen-1-yl)-4,5-dihydro-1H-pyrazole
I. Ikhtiarudin, N. Frimayanti & Jasril

Design, molecular docking study, synthesis and in vivo evaluation of some bromonaphthyl pyrazolines as new anti-inflammatory agents
Jasril, H.Y. Teruna, N. Frimayanti, S. Hasti & I. Ikhtiarudin

Synthesis and analysis of Carbon Dots (CDs) from natural sources
A. Nurlaela, E. Yuniarti & M.Y. Zaini

Optimum temperature of the amplification of the fljB gene of Salmonella typhimurium
M. Nurjayadi, U.R. Efrianti, N. Azizah, E. Julio, L. Nastassya & V. Saamia

Gibbs paradox of some thermodynamic properties in one-dimensional Gross-Pitaevskii equation
T.B. Prayitno & R. Syariati

Co-electrodeposition of Ni/Si3N4 composite coatings
E. Budi, R. Berliana, Umiatin, W. Indrasari & I. Sugihartono

In vitro germination of wild banana Musa acuminata Colla var. microcarpa (Becc) after storage periods at different temperatures
R. Indrayanti, A.R. Putri, A. Adisyahputra & A. Sutanto

Reversible antifertility effects, and morphometry of testis and epididymides in male DDY mice after being given aqueous neem seed extract (Azadirachta indica A. Juss)
E. Lisanti, R.D. Wulandari, D. Sajuthi, M. Agil, R.I. Arifiantini, A. Winarto & Arwin

Harvesting chlorella sp by electrocoagulation
Erdawati, Yusmaniar & Desnita

Population dynamic of zoobenthos at the mangrove ecosystem on Bira Island
R. Komala, M. Miarsyah & R.D. Wulaningsih

Science education

Structure of matter—diagnosis of misconceptions and challenges
H.D. Barke

REMAD COCOPER learning strategy implementation to improve the global competitiveness of biology education students at Universitas Negeri Malang
H. Susilo

Ethical dilemma story pedagogy—a constructivist approach to values learning and ethical understanding
E. Taylor, P.C. Taylor & J. Hill

Transformative STEAM education for sustainable development
P.C. Taylor & E. Taylor

A makerspace; a space to play and a space to learn
R. Sheffield, R. Koul, Y. Rahmawati & E. Fitriani

Learning environment measurement for teaching and learning improvement
R. Koul

New directions in STEM education
R. Tytler

Novel written task as a formative assessment strategy in physics
R.C. Dalmacio & M.P. Morales

Profile of the spatial thinking of junior high school students using the concept of earth science
T. Hermawansyah

Chemistry laboratory skills video: Design and development
A. Rahmadianty, E. Fitriani & S. Muhab

Students’ cognitive structure with regard to chemistry concepts through the Learning Cycle 8E approach
S. Faustine, Y. Rahmawati, A. Ridwan & I. Ratna Kartika

Discovery learning model to improve high school students’ critical thinking skills
I.M. Astra & E. Nuryanti

Gamification and its effect to student motivation in physics
A. Tolentino & L. Roleda

The socio-scientific issue in a cross-context biology lesson: How far it goes from the lens of a teacher’s and her students’ experiences?
A.W. Subiantoro

Teacher support material in physics for the explicit-reflective instruction of the nature of science
M.H. Baltazar & M.P. Morales

Development of a teaching-learning sequence on contact forces using bridging analogies
J. Soldivillo & N. Rosaroso

Measuring Indonesian chemistry students’ Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) in solving chemical kinetics questions
Habiddin & E.M. Page

ScEd-ALS Project: The use of pedagogical intervention in developing hypermedia science based on learning style
Z. Zulfiani, I.P. Suwarna & S. Miranto

Study of Project-based Learning (PjBL) on self-efficacy and academic achievement of pH range natural indicator learning in chemistry classrooms
W. Wahyu, W. Sopandi & E. Kusniat

Analysis of students’ cognitive structure of acid-base topics through flow map methods with the Learning Cycle 8E model
E. Mahardika, Nurbaity, A. Ridwan & Y. Rahmawati

The influence of learning models and critical thinking skills on students’ chemical literacy
R. Afritasari, S. Muhab & Afrizal

The influence of Problem Based Learning (PBL) with Information and Communications Technology (ICT) and motivation for critical thinking skills
M. Yunus, S. Muhab & Afrizal

Identification of Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) competency on self-efficacy of pre-service chemical teachers
E.S. Bahriah & L. Yunita

The effect of mobile learning and motivation for students’ High Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) in electrolyte and nonelectrolyte solutions learning
U. Cahyana, V.A. Mukhtar & Yusmaniar

Analyze students’ scientific literacy based on environmental cognitive using nature of science learning method
Erdawati, A. Purwanto & V.E. Savitry

Development and evaluation of a project-based STEM learning module on the scientific creativity of gred five Students in Malaysia
N. Ambo, N.M. Siew & C.G.K. Han

Development of students’ creative thinking skills in chemistry using Mobile Game-Based Learning (M-GBL) with integrated creative problem-solving
U. Cahyana, M. Paristiowati, S.N. Hasyrin & M. Hasanah

Molecular engineering activity for chemistry teacher education: An interactive simulation on cellulose dissolution in ionic liquids
A. Mudzakir, Hernani, T. Widhiyanti & L. Lokollo

Development of an electronic module with a discovery learning model to improve Higher-Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) learning outcomes in a senior high school study of harmonic oscillation
I.M. Astra, A.B. Susila & M. Sofiana

A chemistry learning module based on a scientific approach for developing problem-solving ability
S. Romiati, F. Kurniadewi & M. Nurjayadi

Effect of instructional materials on academic performance in the heat transfer concept among secondary school physics students in the Fagge Educational Zone, Kano State, Nigeria
S.A. Madobi

Integration of the green chemistry approach in essential oil extraction practice to develop students’ critical thinking skills
C. Bakkara, Y. Rahmawati & S. Budi

Development of mobile learning media based on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in a chemical equilibrium topic
M. Paristiowati, R. Arifiani, S. Budi & Zulmanelis

Enhancing senior high school student scientific literacy in physics through a water rocket enrichment book and augmented reality application
I.M. Astra, Anisah & M. Delina

The development of new learning media through a Mach-Zehnder interferometer simulation
D. Susanti & M. Delina

Modeling skills in chemistry education to win students on global competitiveness
S. Liliasari

Motor ability based on traditional games in junior high school
J. Tangkudung, K. Aini & W. Puspitorini

Analysis of chemical identity thinking through problem-based learning based on redox and electrochemistry concepts
N.U. Sanah, A. Ridwan & Y. Rahmawati

Mathematics and its application

Value at Risk for the portfolio problem with copulas
A.M.M. Barreto, N. Ishimura & Y. Yoshizawa

Median polish kriging model for circular-spatial data
H. Surjotedjo, Y. Widyaningsih & S. Nurrohmah

Determinants of health complaints of Bodetabek commuter workers using Bayesian multilevel logistic regression
I.W.B.O. Kusuma & S.I. Oktora

The determination of the area where disease spreads with a generalized space-time autoregressive kriging (GSTAR-Kriging) model
G.M. Tinungki

Optimal retention for stop-loss reinsurance with distribution-free approximation
Adhariyansyah, S. Nurrohmah & S.M. Soemartodjo

Modeling structural breakpoints in volatility of Philippine Peso-US Dollar currency exchange rate
R. Rivero & G. David

A Laplace transform dual reciprocity method for two-dimensional diffusion equation
I. Solekhudin

Learning to innovate; the role of imitation on the innovation adoption process within innovation networks: Evidence from a developing country
H. Yao, E.T. Ankomah-Asare, J.-J.D. Beraud, W.S. Akuamoah & W.O. Apeanti

Analysis of the causes of unemployment in DKI Jakarta using panel data regression
W. Rahayu, V.M. Santi & D. Siregar

Developing Predict-Observe-Explain worksheets on elementary school mathematics subject
D.S. Anggara, C. Abdillah & H.I. Gunawan

Categorizing environmental knowledge using a classification table based on median score
B. Sumargo, W. Mardiyah & Y.F. Tsang

Mathematics pre-service teachers’ anticipation of students’ responses: A case study of lesson study for pre-service teachers
Meiliasari

Complex evolution of innovation partnerships: Policy influence, research generation and innovation adoption in a developing country
H. Yao, E.T. Ankomah-Asare, M. Haris & N.A. Boafo

The ‘Neutralization on a Number Line’ (NNL) model for integer addition and subtraction
P. Sari, S. Purwanto & M.N. Hajizah

Students’ difficulties in solving algebraic operations: Case study in a Community Learning Activities Center (PKBM)
A. Anindiya & A. Jupri

Images of the mathematics curriculum held by school mathematics teachers: Mapping the road for transformative pedagogies
L. Luitel & B.P. Pant

Learning composition and decomposition of a function with a realistic mathematics education approach for senior high school students
F. Nisa, P. Deniyanti & P. Sari

A comparison between the discovery and expository methods of teaching mathematics among secondary school students in the Nassarawa Local Government Area of Kano State, Nigeria
S.G. Isa & M.A. Mamman

Organ-specific expression revealed using support vector machine on maize nested association mapping datasets
U.M. Mu’inah, R. Fajriyah & H. Nugrahapraja

Enhancing fault tolerance in MapReduce tasks
M.M. Taha, M.H. Khafagy & F.A. Omara

Classification of crimes based on socioeconomics using multinomial regression
V.M. Santi, W. Rahayu & M. Japar

Identity construction of female mathematics teachers during their school education
T. Paudel

Implementation of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) using softphone applications based on Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
A. Jaenul, M. Yusro & B. Maruddani

Practicality of constructivism-based workbook as argument and deduction materials to improve learning outcomes
Z. Aima, Rahima & Syafriandi

Decontextualized nature of the mathematics curriculum
G. Regmi

Evaluation of implementation of the hypothetical learning trajectory at the thesis of mathematical education
P.D. Sampoerno

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) detection using cough sound analysis based on machine learning
A. Rahmansyah, P. Andini, O. Dewi, T.H.P. Ningrum & M.E. Suryana

A proposed model for predicting stock market behavior based on detecting fake news
A.M. Idrees, M.H. Ibrahim & N.Y. Hegazy

Comparative study of stream, block, and hybrid cipher techniques in the Hadoop distributed file system
O.H. Khafagy, M.H. Ibrahim & F.A. Omara

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Editor(s)

Biography

Yuli Rahmawati is lecturer at Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Indonesia. As a university educator she engages in transformative learning and research practices. Her interests are teaching and cultural identity, environmental education, green chemistry, transformative education, social emotional learning, and STEAM education. Her passion is engaging her student-teachers in transformative research approaches in different research areas. She has written chemistry textbooks for high schools, journal publications and she conducted several research projects in chemistry education. Reflecting on her pedagogical experiences, she has a passion for developing and empowering science and mathematics education.

Peter Charles Taylor is Director of the International Transformative Education Research Network (ITERN) and Adjunct Professor of Transformative STEAM Education at Murdoch University, Australia. He has worked in universities for over 3 decades, specialising in research as transformative learning for cultural and environmental sustainability. His integral model of postgraduate research enables professional educators to explore their cultural histories and identities, excavate their cultural values and beliefs, reconceptualize their professional practices, and develop their agency as transformative educators for a glocalising world. His latest book, co-authored with Professor Bal Chandra Luitel, Kathmandu University, is Research as Transformative Learning for Sustainable Futures: Glocal Voices and Visions (2019, Brill/Sense).