Yıl: 2019 Cilt: 16 Sayı: 1 Sayfa Aralığı: 110 - 122 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.12973/tused.10269a İndeks Tarihi: 22-05-2020

Analyzing Students’ Misconceptions about Newton’s Laws through Four-Tier Newtonian Test (FTNT)

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This research aimed at analyzing student misconceptions about Newton’s Laws through Four-Tier Newtonian Test (FTNT). The research involved 30 students (15 boys and 15 girls, whose ages were middling of 16 years-old) at one of Senior High School in Bandung, Indonesia. The data were analyzed through mixed methods. Based on the quantitative analysis, the highest percentage of student misconceptions through four-tier test was 66% and through two-tier test was 100%. According to qualitative analysis, it was found student misconceptions about Newton’s Laws. From the research, it can be concluded that FTNT can be used in analyzing student misconceptions on Newton’s Laws concepts and more effective than using the two-tier test. Teachers or researchers can expand the concepts of Newton’s Laws that are used in designing diagnostic test and developed for other physics concepts.
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APA KANIAWATI I, FRATIWI N, DANAWAN A, SUYANA I, SAMSUDIN A, SUHENDI E (2019). Analyzing Students’ Misconceptions about Newton’s Laws through Four-Tier Newtonian Test (FTNT). , 110 - 122. 10.12973/tused.10269a
Chicago KANIAWATI Ida,FRATIWI Nuzulira Janeusse,DANAWAN Agus,SUYANA Iyon,SAMSUDIN Achmad,SUHENDI Endi Analyzing Students’ Misconceptions about Newton’s Laws through Four-Tier Newtonian Test (FTNT). (2019): 110 - 122. 10.12973/tused.10269a
MLA KANIAWATI Ida,FRATIWI Nuzulira Janeusse,DANAWAN Agus,SUYANA Iyon,SAMSUDIN Achmad,SUHENDI Endi Analyzing Students’ Misconceptions about Newton’s Laws through Four-Tier Newtonian Test (FTNT). , 2019, ss.110 - 122. 10.12973/tused.10269a
AMA KANIAWATI I,FRATIWI N,DANAWAN A,SUYANA I,SAMSUDIN A,SUHENDI E Analyzing Students’ Misconceptions about Newton’s Laws through Four-Tier Newtonian Test (FTNT). . 2019; 110 - 122. 10.12973/tused.10269a
Vancouver KANIAWATI I,FRATIWI N,DANAWAN A,SUYANA I,SAMSUDIN A,SUHENDI E Analyzing Students’ Misconceptions about Newton’s Laws through Four-Tier Newtonian Test (FTNT). . 2019; 110 - 122. 10.12973/tused.10269a
IEEE KANIAWATI I,FRATIWI N,DANAWAN A,SUYANA I,SAMSUDIN A,SUHENDI E "Analyzing Students’ Misconceptions about Newton’s Laws through Four-Tier Newtonian Test (FTNT)." , ss.110 - 122, 2019. 10.12973/tused.10269a
ISNAD KANIAWATI, Ida vd. "Analyzing Students’ Misconceptions about Newton’s Laws through Four-Tier Newtonian Test (FTNT)". (2019), 110-122. https://doi.org/10.12973/tused.10269a
APA KANIAWATI I, FRATIWI N, DANAWAN A, SUYANA I, SAMSUDIN A, SUHENDI E (2019). Analyzing Students’ Misconceptions about Newton’s Laws through Four-Tier Newtonian Test (FTNT). Journal of Turkish Science Education, 16(1), 110 - 122. 10.12973/tused.10269a
Chicago KANIAWATI Ida,FRATIWI Nuzulira Janeusse,DANAWAN Agus,SUYANA Iyon,SAMSUDIN Achmad,SUHENDI Endi Analyzing Students’ Misconceptions about Newton’s Laws through Four-Tier Newtonian Test (FTNT). Journal of Turkish Science Education 16, no.1 (2019): 110 - 122. 10.12973/tused.10269a
MLA KANIAWATI Ida,FRATIWI Nuzulira Janeusse,DANAWAN Agus,SUYANA Iyon,SAMSUDIN Achmad,SUHENDI Endi Analyzing Students’ Misconceptions about Newton’s Laws through Four-Tier Newtonian Test (FTNT). Journal of Turkish Science Education, vol.16, no.1, 2019, ss.110 - 122. 10.12973/tused.10269a
AMA KANIAWATI I,FRATIWI N,DANAWAN A,SUYANA I,SAMSUDIN A,SUHENDI E Analyzing Students’ Misconceptions about Newton’s Laws through Four-Tier Newtonian Test (FTNT). Journal of Turkish Science Education. 2019; 16(1): 110 - 122. 10.12973/tused.10269a
Vancouver KANIAWATI I,FRATIWI N,DANAWAN A,SUYANA I,SAMSUDIN A,SUHENDI E Analyzing Students’ Misconceptions about Newton’s Laws through Four-Tier Newtonian Test (FTNT). Journal of Turkish Science Education. 2019; 16(1): 110 - 122. 10.12973/tused.10269a
IEEE KANIAWATI I,FRATIWI N,DANAWAN A,SUYANA I,SAMSUDIN A,SUHENDI E "Analyzing Students’ Misconceptions about Newton’s Laws through Four-Tier Newtonian Test (FTNT)." Journal of Turkish Science Education, 16, ss.110 - 122, 2019. 10.12973/tused.10269a
ISNAD KANIAWATI, Ida vd. "Analyzing Students’ Misconceptions about Newton’s Laws through Four-Tier Newtonian Test (FTNT)". Journal of Turkish Science Education 16/1 (2019), 110-122. https://doi.org/10.12973/tused.10269a