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Indonesian Journal of Educational Research (IJER)
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IJER (E-ISSN 2541-2159) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that provides publication of articles in all areas of educational research. It aims to promote excellence through dissemination of high-quality research findings and provide a platform for scientists and academicians all over the world to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in different areas of educational research. Subject areas include, but are not limited to the following fields; Science Education Educational Management Educational Technology Language Education Teacher Education
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Articles 118 Documents
Character Education In Playing Song Material With SAVI Approach For The Elementary School Students Endang Sri Maruti
IJER (Indonesian Journal of Educational Research) Vol. 4 No. 1 (2019): Volume 4 No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Sulthan Thaha Saifuddin Jambi

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (139.772 KB) | DOI: 10.30631/ijer.v4i1.77

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In learning tembang dolanan (songs for playing) there is character education, yetsince the teaching system in schools, especially in primary schools is still very minimal, the character education is rarely touched. For that need a strategy that must be done by teacher with the intention of character education can be conveyed well through material tembang dolanan. One of the efforts that can be done is with the development of teaching materials SAVI approach on materials nembang dolanan fourth grade elementary school in which in the textbook there is also character education in accordance with the approach SAVI. The result of the analysis shows that in the teaching materials in the form of student textbooks SAVI approach on the material of the dolanan tembanganan for grade 4 elementary school there is character education in every step SAVI. In somatic learning, students are invited to discipline, hard work, friendly or communicative, love peace, democratic, and responsibility, on learning auditory students are invited to independent, tolerance, and add curiosity, the visual learning students are invited to always love the land water, reading, and environmental cares, and on students intellectual learning are encouraged to be more religious and creative.
The directive speech acts used in english speaking class Muhammad Khatib Bayanuddin; Jamaluddin Jamaluddin; Hilma Suryani
IJER (Indonesian Journal of Educational Research) Vol. 1 No. 2 (2016)
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This research discusses about an analysis of the directive speech acts used in english speaking class at the third semester of english speaking class of english study program of IAIN STS Jambi. The aims of this research are to describe the types of directive speech acts and politeness strategies that found in English speaking class. This research used descriptive qualitative method. This method used to describe clearly about the types and politeness strategies of directive speech acts based on the data in English speaking class. The result showed that in English speaking class that there are some types and politeness strategies of directive speech acts, such as: requestives, questions, requirements, prohibitives, permissives, and advisores as types, as well as on-record indirect strategies (prediction statement, strong obligation statement, possibility statement, weaker obligation statement, volitional statement), direct strategies (imperative, performative), and nonsentential strategies as politeness strategies. The achievement of this research are hoped can be additional knowledge about linguistics study, especially in directive speech acts and can be developed for future researches. Key words: directive speech acts, types, politeness strategies.
Factors Affecting English Language Learning in English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Context: A Literature Review Study Urip Sulistiyo
IJER (Indonesian Journal of Educational Research) Vol. 3 No. 1 (2018)
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This study is part of larger research investigating students’ preferred activities in learning English both inside and outside the classrooms in English as a Foreign Language Context (EFL). Some relevants issues regarding the theories of teaching and learning English were presented and reviewed in this study. This literature review study provided a brief snapshot to the importance of knowing the students’ preferred activities in their efforts to learn English as a foreign language in Indonesia. This review also described the researcher’s experience in learning and teaching English as the background of this study. In addition, it summarized the significance of the study to improve the English teaching and learning practice at University level in Indonesia, in particular, for non-English Department students.
The The Role of TPSq in Partisipatory Learning: Accumulation of Knowledge fika palupi; Basori Basori; Cucuk Wawan Budiyanto
IJER (Indonesian Journal of Educational Research) Vol. 5 No. 2 (2020): IJER Vol 5 No 2 2020
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Efforts to improve the quality of education in Indonesia are carried out through improving infrastructure, competent educators, and improving the quality of graduates. However, the quality of education in some areas still needs attention. One of them is the amount of material content that is not proportional to the applied learning model. The use of expository learning models has become a habit for most teachers in Indonesia. Even though the implementation of the learning causes low learning outcomes and student participation. The application of participatory learning can be done through group activities and critical thinking. This study aims to determine the role of think pair square learning in participatory learning. This study uses a quantitative approach by determining the sample class through the cluster-sampling-area technique. The experimental class applies the think pair square cooperative learning model and the control class applies the expository learning model. Data retrieval is done through the method of learning outcomes tests, questionnaires and observations. The results showed an increase not only in student learning participation, but also in student learning outcomes. The involvement of students in learning activities caused through group activities led to high student participation in the experimental class by 26% compared to the control class by 2%. The application of participatory learning that is carried out effectively is able to increase student participation in learning activities. This is shown through students' self-confidence when interacting in one group to another.
Relationship between Teacher Communication and Students Against Learning Outcomes in Al-Qur'an Hadist Class 7 MTsN 3 Bogor: Hubungan Komunikasi Guru dengan Siswa Terhadap Hasil Belajar pada Mata Pelajaran Al-Qur'an Hadist Kelas 7 MTsN 3 Bogor Siti Nurjanah; M. Dahlan R; Ahmad Shobari
IJER (Indonesian Journal of Educational Research) Vol. 4 No. 2 (2019): Vol 4 No 2 2019
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The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between teacher communication with students towards learning outcomes in the Al-Qur'an Subjects of the 7th grade Hadith 3 Bogor. This research method uses quantitative methods with data collection techniques, namely questionnaires, interviews, observation and documentation. The research site was conducted in Bogor State Islamic Elementary School (MTsN) 3 which is addressed in the integrated education complex of Bogor district.While the research time the author plans to start from January 6 to April 2019.The respondents of this study were determined randomly. Data collection by means of questionnaires are given to respondents who have been selected randomly, while the data collection technique is by interviewing teachers of MTsN 3 Bogor. Then the data that has been obtained is analyzed quantitatively by product moment statistical test with the help of MBS SPP. Research on the Relationship between Teacher Communication and Students Against Learning Outcomes in Al-Qur'an Subjects in the 7th grade Hadiths of Bogor 3, shows that there is a significant relationship between teacher communication with students on learning outcomes with a score of 0.421 based on a range of 0.400-0.599 which means related MEDIUM.
Awareness, Benefits, and Services: Lecturers’ Perceived Towards The Application of ISO 9001: 2008 at University Ahmad Syukri; Nisaul Fadillah
IJER (Indonesian Journal of Educational Research) Vol. 2 No. 2 (2017)
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Abstract: The State Islamic Institute Sulthan Thaha Saifuddin (IAIN STS) Jambi has been applying ISO 9001; 2008 since February 2013. One of previous research findings was the resistance regarding the ISO standards and the certification process. This study was to examine the problem through conducting lecturers’ perception towards ISO 9001; 2008 at IAIN STS Jambi in terms of their awareness, benefits and services. Respondents were lecturers of IAIN STS Jambi as many as 122 people from 4 faculties. The research employed a quantitative survey method that uses a likert-scale questionnaire and analysed with descriptive statistic. The findings show that lecturers’ perception on the application of TQM ISO 9001: 2008 in IAIN STS Jambi included in the group of moderate to high. The mean empirical data (x = 47,30) was higher than the average hypothetical (μ = 42). This indicates that the perception of lecturers on the application of ISO in IAIN STS Jambi is high (positive). Empirical standard deviation (s = 9,910) was higher than the hypothetical standard deviation (σ = 9:33). This shows that the perception of lecturers on the application of ISO 9001: 2008 at IAIN STS Jambi has a high variation. Meanwhile, gender variable has a significant relationship between the perception of ISO 9001: 2008 on improving the quality of teaching. Employment status (fulltime civil employer or non-full-time civil employer) have a significant relationship between the perception of ISO 9001; 2008 for quality of services and quality of coordination.
The Development of Physics Lesson Plan with Doscovery Learning Model Assisted by Software Lectora Inspire Eka Wahyuni; Andi Marwanti Panre; Gusti Made Veni Friandari; Hunaidah Hunaidah; Erniwati Erniwati
IJER (Indonesian Journal of Educational Research) Vol. 4 No. 2 (2019): Vol 4 No 2 2019
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The objective of the study is to find out wheter or not a Lesson Plan (RPP) was feasible to used, it is developing Lesson Plan of discovery learning assisted by lectora inspire software in the sound and light wave subjects at high school level was valid, practical and effective to used in the learning teaching process. The Lesson Plan) was validated by 3 experts of education and 3 experts of IT. The samples of this research were class XI MIPA5 Senior High School of 5 Kendari consisted of 20 students. To collected the data, the researcher was gave observations and questionnaires and the material about the feasibility of learning, student activities, teacher responses, student responses and test descriptions. To analysed the data, the researcher used descriptive quantitative. The result showed that the validation of the Lesson Plan of discovery learning assisted by lectora inspire software in the sound and light subject wave developed, based on Lesson Plan expert of education got a very valid category as indicated by the final agreement index value of 4.80 and another one by expert of Information and Technology said that the final agreement index reaching 4.05, means that the Lesson Plan was very valid. Second, the Lesson Plan by lectora inspire software was stated to be practical as indicated by the implementation of learning in each meeting and find out a very good category with the final agreement index was 3.75 and the activity of students was increasing of categories. Third, the Lectora Inspire Software assisted lesson plan was declared effective as indicated by the results of student and teacher responses, as well as students' completeness test scores obtained from the results of high n-gain analysis
Writing Strategies Used by Indonesian EFL Graduate Students Nanik Rahmawati
IJER (Indonesian Journal of Educational Research) Vol. 4 No. 1 (2019): Volume 4 No 1 (2019)
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The study is aimed at investigating the English language writing strategies used by Indonesian graduate students at an academic writing class. The objectives of this study were to determine the types of writing strategies used by the students and to find out why the students employed such strategies. The study applied a qualitative method approach. A structured interviews and open-ended questionnaire based on Cazrl and Petric writing strategies inventory were employed in collecting data. The result showed that students used three major strategies which are before, during and after writing strategies. Secondly, the reason why they employed such strategies are students’ belief, students’ awareness, students’ language proficiency, writing time, and writing activity environment. The implication of the study are that writing time and environment may become a foundation to develop a teaching method or technique which may be implemented in a classroom teaching activity to achieve a better writing outcome. Moreover, By understanding the differences of the writing strategies employment, it exploits what differ the high and the low to upgrade the students writing quality into a better writing.
Stick Figure and Think, Talk And Write: Integrating Media With Teaching Strategy For A Better Writing Competence Eva Sudarwati; Shynta Amalia
IJER (Indonesian Journal of Educational Research) Vol. 2 No. 1 (2017): Volume 2 No 1 2017
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Abstract This study attempts to see the effect of Think, Talk, and Write strategy on the students’ narrative writing competence. Considering the importance of the use of teaching media, this study tries to integrate Stick Figure as a teaching media in Think, Talk, and Write Strategy. A quasi experimental study was conducted to see the improvement of the students’ narrative writing competence. It involved 42 students who were selected on the basis of convenience sampling and assigned into two groups; experimental and control groups. The statistical analyses of paired sample t-test in experimental group showed that there was significant improvement on the students’ writing competence before (M=5.77, SD= 2.342) and after (M= 11.79, SD= 2.342), t(21)=12.059, p<0.05.Moreover, the result of independent t-test between experimental and control groups showed a significant difference. It can be seen that the mean differences was 3.79545 and the significance value is lower than 0.05, 0.000<0.05.
The Teacher Written Corrective Feedback Practices in EFL Writing Classroom Dyah Fitri Mulati; Joko Nurkamto; Nur Arifah Drajati
IJER (Indonesian Journal of Educational Research) Vol. 3 No. 2 (2018)
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[Understanding Teacher Written Corrective Feedback Practices in EFL Writing Classroom] Feedback is widely applied as the scaffolding learning techniques in the field of second and foreign language writing. This significance has also been recognised as a form of the students’ improving control over composing skills key element that is acknowledged as the process-based classroom. However, there is less published literature about how secondary teacher in EFL context responds to the students’ writing. Further, little is known about why teachers respond the writing in the ways they do, and the factors behind the current feedback practices. Therefore, this study addressee the tensions in the written corrective feedback type and strategy applied at a secondary school involving a teacher as its participant. It was designed as a case study aiming at (1) examining the actual feedback practice and its reason, (2) describing factors that shape teacher’s current practice in providing written corrective feedback. The data were gathered by document analysis and using interview adapted from Lee (2009) consisting of five items related to the actual practices in written corrective feedback type and strategy, followed by factors that shape those practices. The findings showed that teacher was favoured to use indirect, uncoded, hints and selective written corrective feedback. In addition, two factors were found taking the responsibility of those current practices.

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