Husna Imro'athush Sholihah
STKIP Muhammadiyah Blora, Indonesia

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Improving English Language Learning Skills Using Social Networking Harto Malik; Sayama Malabar; Andri Kurniawan; Husna Imro'athush Sholihah; Lela Susanty
Nazhruna: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam Vol 5 No 3 (2022): Islamic Education
Publisher : Program Studi Pendidikan Islam Institut Pesantren KH Abdul Chalim Mojokerto

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This paper discussed efforts to improve English learning skills using social networking. The author believes that most students now learning English as a foreign language certainly need more opportunities to practice excellently to relax their learning. However, progress in learning English is often identified with fluency in communicating with fellow students, not in terms of fluency in speaking using various social media applications so that such an atmosphere presents an open feel for students in the form of not only communicating in friendship but still looking for robust learning solutions. This review tries to describe how the benefits of social networks are not only valuable as friendships but can improve English proficiency for students in Indonesia. The data that we found was then analyzed from various sources and perspectives, which were the results of secondary data in book publications, scientific papers, and websites that discussed foreign language learning issues using social media networks. Based on the study results and discussion, we conclude that foreign language learning is like a social network. The reason is that through social media, there are now many types of social media that can be used to learn English in an effective and relaxed manner, all of which provide a variety of features and content that make learning more polite but still helpful.
INNOVATION IN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY TO ENHANCE STUDENT LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT IN THE ERA OF THE MERDEKA CURRICULUM Junarti Junarti; Husna Imro'athush Sholihah; Ratna Puspita Sari; Markus Oci; Ermy Dikta Sumanik
Indonesian Journal of Education (INJOE) Vol. 3 No. 2 (2023): AUGUST
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This paper explored the implementation of educational technology as an innovative approach to improve student learning achievement within the context of the Merdeka curriculum. The study focused on the past experiences and outcomes of integrating educational schools successfully utilized online learning platforms and mobile applications to enhance student engagement, motivation, and learning outcomes. Online learning was introduced, providing students with easy access to learning materials and resources. Teachers were trained to utilize the platform and effectively provide online support to students. The implementation of the platform resulted in increased student engagement, motivation, and the flexibility to adapt learning to their own pace. The application facilitated independent and collaborative learning, enabling students to interact with teachers and classmates; implementing the mobile application led to improved student motivation, engagement, and overall learning achievement. The findings from these highlights the significance of adequate technological infrastructure, teacher training, integration of technology into lesson plans, and regular evaluation for effective implementation. These factors contribute to enhancing student learning achievement in the Merdeka curriculum era.
TRANSFORMATION OF INDONESIAN LANGUAGE LEARNING WITH ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE APPLICATIONS: THE ERA OF THE INDEPENDENT CURRICULUM FOR LEARNING IN UNIVERSITIES IN INDONESIA Renika Hasibuan; Ida Bagus Made Wisnu Parta; Husna Imro'athush Sholihah; Antono Damayanto; Farihatun Farihatun
Indonesian Journal of Education (INJOE) Vol. 3 No. 2 (2023): AUGUST
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This paper examined the transformation of Indonesian language learning in universities in Indonesia through the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) applications within the context of the Independent Curriculum for Learning. The study investigates the role of AI in enhancing language learning outcomes and the practical implications for educational institutions. Integrating AI applications has brought a paradigm shift in how the Indonesian language is imparted in universities nationwide. As per the research, incorporating AI tools such as chatbots, speech recognition technology, and automated assessment systems has significantly enhanced language learning outcomes, offered students personalized learning experiences, and improved speaking skills. The Independent Curriculum for Learning has empowered students with the flexibility to customize their learning paths and actively participate in the learning process. Furthermore, the evaluation and feedback mechanisms have instilled a culture of continuous improvement and student-centric learning approaches. These insights are precious for educational institutions to effectively integrate AI technologies into their language learning programs, enabling interactive and personalized learning experiences. Further research should explore innovative methods to maximize the benefits of AI in language learning, thereby uplifting educational outcomes to new heights. In conclusion, integrating AI applications in Indonesian language learning has revolutionized traditional teaching methods, promoting interactive and personalized learning experiences. The Independent Curriculum for Learning further supports this transformation, fostering student engagement and empowerment. Future research should explore innovative ways to leverage AI in language learning to enhance educational outcomes.
Improving English Language Learning Skills Using Social Networking Harto Malik; Sayama Malabar; Andri Kurniawan; Husna Imro'athush Sholihah; Lela Susanty
Nazhruna: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam Vol 5 No 3 (2022): Islamic Education
Publisher : Program Studi Pendidikan Islam Institut Pesantren KH Abdul Chalim Mojokerto

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31538/nzh.v5i3.2361

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This paper discussed efforts to improve English learning skills using social networking. The author believes that most students now learning English as a foreign language certainly need more opportunities to practice excellently to relax their learning. However, progress in learning English is often identified with fluency in communicating with fellow students, not in terms of fluency in speaking using various social media applications so that such an atmosphere presents an open feel for students in the form of not only communicating in friendship but still looking for robust learning solutions. This review tries to describe how the benefits of social networks are not only valuable as friendships but can improve English proficiency for students in Indonesia. The data that we found was then analyzed from various sources and perspectives, which were the results of secondary data in book publications, scientific papers, and websites that discussed foreign language learning issues using social media networks. Based on the study results and discussion, we conclude that foreign language learning is like a social network. The reason is that through social media, there are now many types of social media that can be used to learn English in an effective and relaxed manner, all of which provide a variety of features and content that make learning more polite but still helpful.
EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING METHODS IN ENHANCING ENGLISH WRITING SKILLS AMONG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS Sri Hardianty; Ach Munawi Husein; Muhammad Ishom; Era Purike; Husna Imro'athush Sholihah
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIETY REVIEWS Vol. 1 No. 2 (2023): DECEMBER
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This research evaluates cooperative learning methods for enhancing English writing skills in elementary school students. Emphasizing the importance of English proficiency in the globalized era, the study draws on Ministry of Education and Culture data, highlighting the widespread integration of English curriculum in Indonesian elementary schools. The research addresses the imperative of fostering writing skills, prompted by a national survey revealing that over 80% of elementary students in Indonesia struggle with expressing ideas in writing. Through an extensive literature review, the study explores the rationale, benefits, and challenges of cooperative learning in the elementary English language context. The methodology combines quantitative and qualitative elements, encompassing research design, population, sampling methods, and instruments to evaluate cooperative learning methods comprehensively. Critical examination of previous research findings informs the study's objectives, with the discussion section interpreting research findings and offering strategic recommendations for cooperative learning implementation. Considering the broader educational context, the discussion underscores the need for continuous professional development to optimize outcomes. In conclusion, the research provides valuable insights into the efficacy of cooperative learning in enhancing English writing skills at the elementary level, targeting educators, policymakers, and researchers invested in elevating English language instruction quality in elementary schools.
NAVIGATING THE EVOLUTION OF EDUCATION: IN-DEPTH EXPLORATION OF EMERGING PEDAGOGICAL STRATEGIES AMID GLOBAL CHANGES WITH A FOCUS ON ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING Husna Imro'athush Sholihah; Eliagus Telaumbanua; Martha Surya Dinata Mendrofa; Yuda Septian Kurniawan; Muhammad Ishom
International Journal of Teaching and Learning Vol. 2 No. 2 (2024): FEBRUARY
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This comprehensive exploration delves into the evolving landscape of education, particularly emphasizing emerging pedagogical strategies. As the global educational paradigm undergoes transformative changes, this study navigates through the intricacies of these shifts, focusing on English Language Teaching (ELT) as a critical component. The examination encompasses historical foundations, current methodologies, and future trajectories, providing a nuanced understanding of the interplay between pedagogical strategies and global educational dynamics. The analysis considers the role of technology, socio-economic influences, and issues of accessibility and inclusivity within the context of ELT. By synthesizing insights from diverse sources, this study aims to contribute to the ongoing discourse on educational evolution, providing valuable perspectives for educators, researchers, and policymakers.
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) INTEGRATION IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW Agus Rofi'i; Widia Siska; Nurfadillah Yunus; Yulian Purnama; Husna Imro'athush Sholihah
International Journal of Teaching and Learning Vol. 2 No. 3 (2024): MARCH
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The use of information technology significantly enhances the study of the English language. Through easy access to learning resources, learning applications, multimedia-based learning, global communication and collaboration, e-assessment, and self-directed learning, ICT helps students acquire English knowledge and skills more effectively and happily. Appropriate and targeted use of ICT in English language learning can increase students' motivation, broaden their horizons, and prepare them to face challenges in an increasingly connected global world. This study aims to evaluate the effectiveness and impact of ICT integration in English language teaching through a systematic review of the literature. Data and information about the incorporation of ICT in English language instruction were gathered through a survey of the literature. It is crucial to incorporate technology into the teaching and learning process in order to promote digital literacy.
Improving English Language Learning Skills Using Social Networking Harto Malik; Sayama Malabar; Andri Kurniawan; Husna Imro'athush Sholihah; Lela Susanty
Nazhruna: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam Vol 5 No 3 (2022): Islamic Education
Publisher : Universitas Pesantren Kh Abdul Chalim Mojokerto

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31538/nzh.v5i3.2361

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This paper discussed efforts to improve English learning skills using social networking. The author believes that most students now learning English as a foreign language certainly need more opportunities to practice excellently to relax their learning. However, progress in learning English is often identified with fluency in communicating with fellow students, not in terms of fluency in speaking using various social media applications so that such an atmosphere presents an open feel for students in the form of not only communicating in friendship but still looking for robust learning solutions. This review tries to describe how the benefits of social networks are not only valuable as friendships but can improve English proficiency for students in Indonesia. The data that we found was then analyzed from various sources and perspectives, which were the results of secondary data in book publications, scientific papers, and websites that discussed foreign language learning issues using social media networks. Based on the study results and discussion, we conclude that foreign language learning is like a social network. The reason is that through social media, there are now many types of social media that can be used to learn English in an effective and relaxed manner, all of which provide a variety of features and content that make learning more polite but still helpful.