Hendrik A.E. Lao
Institut Agama Kristen Negeri Kupang

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The use of e-learning in motivating students to excel towards learning outcomes Hendrik A.E. Lao; Ezra Tari; Ishak Nahas; Hengki Wijaya; I Putu Ayub Darmawan
Journal of Education and Learning (EduLearn) Vol 15, No 3: August 2021
Publisher : Intelektual Pustaka Media Utama

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Researchers focus on the efforts of teachers to improve learning outcomes. Researchers examined the use of e-learning in motivating student achievement on learning outcomes. The influence of student activity on learning outcomes. Student achievement motivation on learning outcomes. The reason for the low quality of student learning makes the author interested in studying this problem. This paper contributes to using e-learning methods, student activeness, and student achievement motivation and can improve learning outcomes. Researchers find a digital-based learning process, the use of e-learning teaching methods in students' achievement motivation towards learning outcomes. The authors see student learning outcomes after using e-learning. Respondents of the study were 35 students who took Christian religious education subjects. The results of the study revealed that independent use of the material received very high scores. Student activeness is carried out correctly and effectively, the highest perceived to be at a mean value of 4.35. Students who take advantage of e-learning have high learning outcomes. The use of e-learning methods, student activeness, and student achievement motivation is implemented correctly and effectively. It was believed to be able to improve the learning outcomes of Christian Religious Education.
PENGARUH BUDAYA ORGANISASI DAN SELF EFFICASY TERHADAP KEMAMPUAN MANAJEMEN KONFLIK TARUNA DI LEMDIKLAT AKPOL SEMARANG Hendrik A.E. Lao; Tri Widada; Merensiana Hale
Jurnal Dedikasi Pendidikan Vol 5, No 1 (2021): Januari 2021
Publisher : Center for Research and Community Service (LPPM) University of Abulyatama

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The conflict management ability of cadets in the Educational and Training Institute at the Semarang Police Academic is still low or not optimal. This needs special attention from all parties involved in the Police Academy. Because of the various reasons raised by cadets that they have not maximally practiced conflict management courses and it is only theoretical that cadets get. Therefore, increasing the ability of educators needs to be considered in teaching any material taught to cadets. This research is a quantitative study with a sample size of 28 people. The data collection technique is a closed questionnaire technique, while the data analysis technique uses SPSS 21 to determine the effect of organizational culture, self-efficacy on the conflict management skills of cadets at the Police Academy. The results showed that there was an influence of organizational culture by 28.1%, self-efficacy on conflict management by 49.5%. This shows that conflict management skills can increase if organizational culture and self-efficacy are increased effectively.
IMPLEMENTASI KEBIJAKAN KEMERDEKAAN BELAJAR DALAM PROSES PEMBELAJARAN DI KAMPUS IAKN KUPANG-NTT Hendrik A.E. Lao; Yandri Yusuf Cornelis Hendrik
Jurnal Dedikasi Pendidikan Vol 4, No 2 (2020): Juli 2020
Publisher : Center for Research and Community Service (LPPM) University of Abulyatama

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AbstractThe purpose of this study was to analyze the implementation of the policy of the learning freedom in the learning process at the collage of IAKN Kupang. The method used in this research is a qualitative approach and data sources totaling 5 people, namely 3 lecturers and 2 students, with data collection techniques namely interviews and analyzed with data triangulation techniques.The results of the research related to the implementation of freedom of learning in the learning process at the collage of IAKN Kupang, it can be concluded that the implementation of learning freedom that occurs in the learning process that lecturers and students are still accustomed to conventional learning that positions lecturers as the main actors while students are considered as objects of learning. Student success is measured by the extent to which students have mastered learning material not the extent to which students have undertaken the learning process. Therefore, mastery of subject matter is not the end of the teaching process, but only as a goal between the formation of broader behavior.Keywords: policy implementation; freedom of learning; learning process