Mahmud, Yogi Saputra
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Back to School: Upskilling Teachers’ Competence through Online Scholarship Workshop Mahmud, Yogi Saputra; Kuhon, Richard; Slamet Santosa, Donald Samuel; Pujiastuti, Ani
International Journal of Community Service Learning Vol 5, No 1 (2021): February 2021
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23887/ijcsl.v5i1.31414

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As one of the strategic means of enhancing future competence and career, every individual, including teachers, is strongly encouraged to pursue a higher degree. Nevertheless, lack of financial ability may become one of the debilitating hindrances for the teachers to pursue a higher degree, mainly overseas. Currently, however, the Indonesian Government strives to support Indonesians to pursue a higher degree through a scholarship mechanism called the Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education, or popularly called as LPDP. Simultaneously, various scholarship mechanisms are also offered by several governing bodies in national or international contexts, such as Australia Awards, Chevening, Fulbright, DAAD, and many others. Therefore, this community empowerment project aims to enhance the understanding of schoolteachers, student-teachers, and other education communities regarding the administrative and technical preparation to register for a scholarship and prepare for overseas study. Moreover, the participants were also expected to comprehend the academic and social conditions while studying abroad, as well as the impact of pursuing a higher degree in their future competence and career. 535 participants were attending this community empowerment program in total.
Elementary School Parents’ Perspectives on Online English Language Teaching During Covid-19 Pandemic Mahmud, Yogi Saputra; Pujiastuti, Ani; Fitria, Risa; Lestari, Disa Evawani
International Journal of Elementary Education Vol 6, No 1 (2022): February
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23887/ijee.v6i1.41258

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Untuk mencegah penyebaran Coronavirus, Pemerintah Indonesia memerintahkan seluruh institusi pendidikan untuk menyelenggarakan sistem belajar daring, termasuk sekolah dasar (SD). Seluruh pemangku kebijakan di sekolah, termasuk guru dan murid, mengalami perubahan yang tidak terduga dalam hal mode belajar dari pembelajaran tatap muka penuh waktu ke pembelajaran daring melalui berbagai media. Di Indonesia, mata pelajaran Bahasa Inggris dianggap sebagai muatan lokal di SD tanpa adanya kurikulum atau kerangka pembelajaran yang disepakati bersama. Di saat yang sama, siswa SD pun mengalami kesulitan dalam pembelajaran daring karena kemandirian belajarnya masih dalam tahap awal perkembangan. Orang tua, sebagai sosok yang berpengetahuan, diharapkan dapat membantu aktivitas belajar daring para siswa. Namun, penelitian yang mengeksplorasi persepsi orang tua dalam pembelajaran daring masih terbatas, terutama di konteks Indonesia saat pandemic global. Oleh karena itu, penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mencari tahu persepsi 40 orang tua Indonesia dalam mendukung proses belajar daring mulai dari awal tahun 2020. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa sebagian besar orang tua menyatakan minat dengan apa yang anak mereka pelajari dan mendukung kegiatan belajar Bahasa Inggris secara daring. Meskipun begitu, sebagian besar orang tua juga memiliki kekhawatiran tentang perkembangan kemampuan produktif Bahasa Inggris, dan aspek lainnya, seperti kurangnya interaksi kelas, media/metode/sumber belajar yang tidak efektif, dan kurangnya durasi belajar.