Development of Electronic Mathematics Student Worksheets Assisted by Book Creators to Support Problem-Based Learning Models to Achieve Student Problem-Solving Ability


  • Sulistiani Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Universitas Ahmad Dahlan, Yogyakarta, INDONESIA
  • Suparman Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Universitas Ahmad Dahlan, Yogyakarta, INDONESIA
  • Nur Fajrie Universitas Muria Kudus, 59327 Kudus, Central Java, INDONESIA



Electronic Student Worksheet, Book Creator, Problem Based Learning, Problem Solving Ability


Electronic-based teaching materials are needed to carry out online learning so that education can run optimally. However, many schools still use printed teaching materials. This study aimed to produce mathematical student worksheet elektronik assisted by book creators to support valid, practical, and effective problem-based learning models to achieve problem-solving abilities. This research used a research and development (R & D) with ADDIE model. Based on the validity test results, media experts obtained an average of 3.82 with good standards, and material experts obtained an average of 4.44 with excellent standards. In addition, based on the results of the practicality test, the small group obtained an average of 3.98 with a good standard, and the large group obtained an average of 4.20 with a good standard. Based on the effectiveness test results, the results of completeness are obtained with a percentage of 90% of students achieving problem-solving. Therefore, this study was declared victorious in obtaining an e-LKPD development product with valid, practical and effective quadratic equation material. The developed e-LKPD was displayed as feasible for use in learning.


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How to Cite

Sulistiani, Suparman, & Nur Fajrie. (2022). Development of Electronic Mathematics Student Worksheets Assisted by Book Creators to Support Problem-Based Learning Models to Achieve Student Problem-Solving Ability. Asian Pendidikan, 2(2), 41-51.