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The Effectiveness of Thematic Learning with Thinking Actively in a Social Context and Creative Problem Solving Learning Models on Divergent Thinking Skills Fauziah, Muna; Marmoah, Sri; Murwaningsih, Tri
International Journal for Educational and Vocational Studies Vol 2, No 3 (2020): March 2020
Publisher : Universitas Malikussaleh

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29103/ijevs.v2i3.2197


The aim of this research is to find out the effect of Thinking Actively in a Social Context, Creative Problem Solving, and Direct Instruction learning models on students' divergent thinking skills. The quantitative research with a quasi-experimental method was used as the research approach. The research subjects include the fifth-grade students at the public elementary schools in Laweyan District, Surakarta, Indonesia. The data were collected using test and non-test techniques. They were then analyzed using the prerequisite test, hypothesis test and multiple-comparison test. The results show that the learning model has an effect on divergent thinking skills. The selection of TASC and CPS learning models has an effect on the students’ activeness in learning, so teachers can consider these models to be applied in learning with integrated thematic teaching materials in the 2013 curriculum.
The Comparison of Education System in Australia and Indonesia Marmoah, Sri; Roslan, Roslinawati; Chaeroh, Miratu; Elita, Mutiara Dana; Fauziah, Muna
Jurnal Pendidikan Indonesia Vol 10, No 4 (2021)
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat

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The education system is a method for directing the educational process. All aspects of learning must be regulated by the educational system. Because each country has a unique system, it is necessary to compare the education system in Indonesia to that of other countries in order to assess and evaluate it. This paper aims to explain and analyze differences in educational systems; and comparing the basic education curricula in Indonesia and Australia. This research is conceptual. Data collection methods are books, the internet, and journals. The study analysis was carried out by collecting and analyzing information about the education system in Indonesia and Australia. The results of the study show that: (1) Australia requires children to study for 10 years, while in Indonesia for 12 years, Australia holds a NAPLAN test and Indonesia holds a NE, and teacher qualifications must be undergraduate in Australia and Indonesia; (2) differences in the education system, among others, the level of material difficulty, assessment, rewards, learning atmosphere, teaching staff, education staff, and religious subjects; and (3) the curriculum in Indonesia has a relationship between education, customs, arts, and religions, meanwhile, the Australian curriculum is designed to support students to be successful, active, well-off and knowledgeable.
Job Satisfaction and Narimo Ing Pandum Attitudes: A Mixed Method Study in Indonesia Murwaningsih, Tri; Akbarini, Nur Rahmi; Fauziah, Muna
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 54, No 3 (2021): OCTOBER 2021
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha

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Institutions can use customer satisfaction to build loyalty and success in terms of how the agency operates. This study aims to examine the effect of job satisfaction on teacher attitudes and analyze the factors of teacher job satisfaction and the philosophy of Narimo ing Pandum. This research uses a mixed research method. One hundred teachers followed this study. The data were collected by using interview and questionnaire techniques. Data analysis was carried out using simple linear regression analysis and interactive analysis (data reduction, data presentation, and levers/conclusions). The findings of this study reveal a significant effect of job satisfaction on the attitudes of teachers of SMK Narimo ing Pandum. The highest factor of teacher job satisfaction is the support of colleagues (20.27%) and the lowest factor is the work itself (13.77%). Meanwhile, the highest proportion of Narimo ing Pandum attitude is honest and sincere (22.28%) and the lowest percentage is gratitude (13.17%). This finding contributes that school principals need to give serious attention to job satisfaction and attitudes towards Narimo ing Pandum by optimizing what teachers need in teaching. It is hoped that teachers can apply the principles of Narimo ing Pandum.