High School Physics Student Worksheets Assisted by Augmented Reality: Enhancing Problem Solving Skills
Laboratory Activities as an Important Component of High School Physics Education in Enhancing Science Literacy. This article presents the results of research and development of physics student worksheets that incorporate problem-solving stages along with Augmented Reality (AR) media. The research method employed in this study was the research and development method using the Dick and Carey approach. The study produced Physics Student Worksheets (LKPD) presented with stages aimed at training the problem-solving skills of students. The components of activities in the LKPD include brief theory, augmented reality technology-assisted videos, experimental data, tables, graphs, graph interpretation, and an analysis of the conceptual aspects of each experimental topic presented. The problem-solving stages in the LKPD involve: (a) presenting an initial problem and brief theory; (b) providing questions related to the initial problem; (c) presenting an analysis of the experimental data; and (d) explaining the physics concept analysis derived from the experiment. The results of this research have been validated by experts in LKPD media, physics concept experts, and learning experts. Based on assessments across all aspects, it can be concluded that the LKPD produced is suitable for use in training the problem-solving skills of high school students.