Journal of Science Learning


Journal of Science Learning (e-ISSN 2614-6568), international open access and double blind peer-reviewed journal published by Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia. The work collaborates with Indonesian Society for Science EducatorsJSL aims to serve original articles on the latest issues and trends in high quality research and theoretical position papers concerning preservice and in-service education of science teachers. The article offers ways to improve classroom science teaching and learning and professional development. This is a triannual journal issued in March, July, and November. The scopes of Journal of Science Learning are the science Learning, the science learning in everyday life, the science teacher education, the science studies and science education, the learning media in science learning, and the curriculum in Science Learning

JSL has been nationally accredited based on the Decree of the Minister of Research, Technology and Higher Education, Number 30/E/KPT/2019

Journal Statistics 11 March 2020: 116 Manuscript Submitted, 57 Manuscript Rejected, 38 Manuscript Published, Average Time to Publication: 11 Weeks

Journal of Science Learning does not charge any submission or processing fees for every article received and published. Journal of Science Learning is abbreviated as JSL or J. Sci. Learn. An article published in JSL has a unique DOI. OAI address of JSL: "". The submitted manuscript will be screened using Turnitin. Recommended Reference Manager and Tool for preparing Article Submission: Mendeley, Endnote, Grammarly

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Posted: 2019-12-28

Most Cited Articles


10 Most Cited Articles - Updated March 2020

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Interactive E-Module Development through Chemistry Magazine on Kvisoft Flipbook Maker Application for Chemistry Learning in Second Semester at Second Grade Senior High School
R Linda, H Herdini, TP Putra
Journal of Science Learning 2 (1), 21-25
Learning Solar System using PhET Simulation to Improve Students’ Understanding and Motivation
EC Prima, AR Putri, N Rustaman
Journal of Science Learning 1 (2), 60-70
Using inquiry-based laboratory activities in lights and optics topic to improve students' understanding about nature of science (NOS)
TB Wardani, N Winarno
Journal of Science Learning 1 (1), 28-35
Learning Electricity using Arduino-Android based Game to Improve STEM Literacy
AI Yasin, EC Prima, H Sholihin
Journal of Science Learning 1 (3), 77-94
Applying Pre and Post Role-Plays supported by Stellarium Virtual Observatory to Improve Students’ Understanding on Learning Solar System
EC Prima, CL Putri, F Sudargo
Journal of Science Learning 1 (1), 1-7
Enhancing Students' Creativity through STEM Project-Based Learning.
S Hanif, AFC Wijaya, N Winarno
Journal of Science Learning 2 (2), 50-57
The Effect of Multiple Intelligence-Based Learning Towards Students’ Concept Mastery and Interest in Matter
WNW Pratiwi, D Rochintaniawati, RR Agustin
Journal of Science Learning 1 (2), 49-52
Using Physics Education Technology as Virtual Laboratory in Learning Waves and Sounds
SS Maulidah, EC Prima
Journal of Science Learning 1 (3), 116-121
The Impact of Problem-Solving Model on Students’ Concept Mastery and Motivation in Learning Heat Based on Gender
AU Putri, L Rusyati, D Rochintaniawati
Journal of Science Learning 1 (2), 71-76
Edmodo as Web-Based Learning to Improve Student’s Cognitive and Motivation in Learning Thermal Physics
PF Vania, W Setiawan, AFC Wijaya
Journal of Science Learning 1 (3), 110-115
Posted: 2019-08-01
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Vol 3, No 2 (2020): Journal of Science Learning

Table of Contents

Science Learning

Şengül Atasoy, Osman Küçük
Neslihan ÜLTAY, Eser Ultay
Muhammad Ali Kurniawan, Sri Rahayu, Fauziatul Fajaroh, Saeed Almuntasheri

Science Teacher Education

Gülşah Sezen Vekli
Heru Setiawan, Shane Phillipson

Science Studies and Science Education

Nazihan Ursavas, Adem Kesimal
Müzdelife Kurt, Semra Benzer
Ikmanda Nugraha, Tatang Suratno, Asep Kadarohman, Ari Widodo, I Gusti Darmawan

Learning Media in Science Learning

Lia Astuti, Yaya Wihardi, Diana Rochintaniawati