Prodi Pendidikan IPA (International Program on Science Education), Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

Eliyawati, M.Pd.

Lecturer

Eliyawati, M.Pd.

Lecturer

Biography

Name: Eliyawati, S.Pd., M.Pd

Profession: Lecturer & Researcher

Date of Birth: October 11th, 1986

Years with Firm/Entity: 8 years

Nationality: Indonesia

 

Membership of Professional Societies:

  • PPII (Perhimpunan Pendidik IPA Indonesia 2015 – now)
  • ASE (The Association for Science Education 2020-now)

 

Detailed Tasks Assigned:

Implementing Tridharma (three pillars) of higher education, which includes education, research, and community service

 

Key Qualifications:

She has six years of research, teaching, and community service experience in Science Education, especially in the chemical multiple representation field. She has conducted research funded by UPI grant (2017-now) related to the chemical multiple representation, teaching media, teaching strategies, and entrepreneurship. Her position as lecturer, researcher, and consultant for community service at UPI, enabled her to build close relationships with stakeholders, such as the government and community. She is responsible for teaching in Fundamentals of Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Science Teaching and Learning, Entrepreneurship, Science In Daily Life, Entrepreneurship at the program study.

 

Education:

  • Master in Science Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia,
  • Bachelor in Chemistry Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, 2009

 

Employment Record:

2019 – Now     : Secretary of IPSE Study Program – Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

2015 – Now      : Lecturer and reseacher of IPSE Study Program – Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

2009 – 2012     : Teacer of SMAN 3 Bandung, Indonesia

2008 – 2015 : Teacher at Course Instutute : Education Laboratory, Clinic Genius and Ganesha Operation, Indonesia

 

Selected Publications

  1.  Eliyawati, E., Sanjaya, Y., & Ramdani, A. S. (2020). IMPLEMENTATION OF PROJECT ORIENTED PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING (POPBL) MODEL INTEGRATED WITH STEM TO ENHANCE JUNIOR HIGH    SCHOOL    STUDENTS’SCIENCE    CONCEPT    MASTERY. Jurnal    Pena    Sains, 7(2), 120-129. https://journal.trunojoyo.ac.id/penasains/article/view/8260/STEM%20Education
  2. Eliyawati, E., Agustin, R. R., & Andini, R. (2020). Pre-Service Science Teachers’ Understanding of Chemical Multiple Representations. \\https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/2adf/d504f0daff56dc082ae09b060c46416d582a.pdf
  3. Aisy, R., & Eliyawati, E. C. P. (2020). Bluino: Blind Arduino Sensor to Assist Students with Visual  Impairment. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Eka_Prima/publication/343365401_Bluino_Blind_Arduino_Sensor_to_As sist_Students_with_Visual_Impairment/links/5f2573d192851cd302ceafa7/Bluino-Blind-Arduino-Sensor-to- Assist-Students-with-Visual-Impairment.pdf
  4. Eliyawati, E., Agustin, R. R., Sya’bandari, Y., & Putri, R. A. H. Smartchem: An Android Application for Learning Multiple Representations of Acid-Base Chemistry. Journal of Science Learning, 3(3), 196-204. https://ejournal.upi.edu/index.php/jslearning/article/view/63
  5. Afriani, T., & Agustin, R. R. (2019). The Effect of Guided Inquiry Laboratory Activity with Video Embedded  on Students’ Understanding and Motivation in Learning Light and Optics. Journal of Science Learning, 2(4), 79-https://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ1226170
  6. Eliyawati, E., Ramdani, A. S., Rusyati, L., & Nugraha, I. (2019, April). Student’S Creativity Through Project- Oriented Problem Based Learning (Popbl) With Stem Integration In Learning Science. In 8th UPI-UPSI International Conference 2018 (UPI-UPSI 2018) (pp. 56-59). Atlantis Press. https://www.atlantis- press.com/proceedings/upiupsi-18/55916305
  7. Nugraha, I., & Eliyawati, E. (2019, February). The use of video laboratory report to develop presentation skills in science teacher education students. In Journal of Physics: Conference Series (Vol. 1157, No. 2, p. 022031). IOP Publishing.. https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1742-6596/1157/2/022031/meta
  8. Rohman, I., & Kadarohman, A. (2018, May). The effect of learning multimedia on students’ understanding of macroscopic, sub-microscopic, and symbolic levels in electrolyte and nonelectrolyte. In Journal of Physics: Conference Series (Vol. 1013, No. 1, p. 012002). IOP Publishing. https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1742-6596/1013/1/012002/meta
  9. Eliyawati, S., & Mudzakir, A. (2017, May). Enhancing students’ science literacy using solar cell learning multimedia containing science and nano technology. In American Institute of Physics Conference Series (Vol. 1848, No. 1, p. 060015). https://aip.scitation.org/doi/abs/10.1063/1.4983983