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IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education)
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The Indonesian Research Journal in Education (IRJE) accepts unpublished, high quality, and original research manuscripts in English, resulting primarily from quantitative, qualitative, or mixed research methodology related to or associated with education. These issues include, but not limited to, practices, policies, and research in education from early childhood education to higher education which cover the areas of: Instruction, learning, teaching, curriculum development, educational policy, language education and policy, bilingual education, multicultural education, art education, teacher education, educational technology, educational developments, educational psychology, and international education in Indonesia and other parts of the world.
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Identity Development among Muslim Indonesian-American College Students: A Phenomenological Study TAUFIK MULYADIN
Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE| Vol. 2, No. 1, June 2018
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This study was conducted to understand Muslim Indonesian-American college students’ experiences of identity development from the perspectives of the reconceptualized model of multiple dimensions of identity (RMMDI) proposed by Abes, Jones, and McEwen (2007). Through purposeful sampling, six participants were selected for participation in this study. This study was qualitative in nature by using the phenomenological approach to capture the essence of how Muslim Indonesian-American college students experienced, processed, and interpreted their identity development in college. Questionnaire and interviews were utilized for data collection. The collected data were analyzed using the analysis procedures proposed by Moustakas (1994) including epoche, phenomenological reduction, imaginative variation, and the synthesis of structural/textural descriptions. The study revealed that the salience of four identity dimensions for Muslim Indonesian-American students including religion, culture, social class, and gender. These identity dimensions were found to be impacted by varied contextual factors such as family, the 9/11, peer support, and college support.
Looking at the Link between Parents’ Educational Backgrounds and Students’ English Achievement LENNY MARZULINA; NOVA LINGGA PITALOKA; HERIZAL HERIZAL; MUHAMAD HOLANDYAH; DIAN ERLINA; INDAH TRI LESTARI
Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE| Vol. 2, No. 1, June 2018
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This study investigated the link between parents’ educational background and students’ English achievement at one senior high school in Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia. One hundred and eight senior high school students were involved in this study. Data were collected through a parents’ educational background questionnaire and an English test. Descriptive statistics, Pearson product moment correlation, and regression analysis were employed to analyze the data. The results of the Pearson product moment correlation coefficient revealed that parents’ educational background significantly correlated with the students’ English achievement. Additionally, the results of the linear regression analysis indicated that there was a correlation between parents’ educational background and students’ English achievement. Although the contribution was small and there were other factors that contribute to the students’ academic achievement, parents’ educational background is important in supporting their children’s English achievement.
Indonesia’s Active, Creative, Effective and Joyful Learning: From a University Teacher Training Program to High School Classrooms MICHAEL SEAN YOUNG
Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE| Vol. 2, No. 1, June 2018
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This study asked how and to what extent professors were modeling and encouraging active-learning methods in the students’ English and Education courses in response to decentralization reforms at the University of Banten, in Serang, Indonesia. A discussion of the background of PAKEM (pembelajaran aktif, kreatif, efektif dan menyenangkan) policy and its implementation builds a framework for identifying and interpreting specific challenges which impact English teacher preparation and the knowledge and implementation of PAKEM Active Learning methods. PAKEM represents a major element of ongoing decentralization policy and was explored thematically through an ethnographic analysis of in-depth accounts of professors, teachers, and students at the campus over ten months. The discussion provides extensive and diverse evidence of dynamic responses to PAKEM policy changes. Lecturers were well informed about and engaged in the implementation of active learning methods in instruction. Findings are situated amongst similar case studies on the implementation of active learning pedagogies and consistencies are identified and discussed.
Measurement Model of Reasoning Skills among Science Students Based on Socio Scientific Issues (SSI) MOHD AFIFI BAHURUDIN SETAMBAH
Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE| Vol. 2, No. 1, June 2018
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The lack of reasoning skills has been recognized as one of the contributing factors to the declined achievement in the Trends in Mathematics and Science Studies (TIMSS) and Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) assessments in Malaysia. The use of socio-scientific issues (SSI) as a learning strategy offers the potential of improving the level of students' reasoning skills and consequently improves students’ achievement in science subjects. This study examined the development of a measurement model of reasoning skills among science students based on SSI using the analysis of moment structure (AMOS) approach before going to second level to full structured equation modelling (SEM). A total of 450 respondents were selected using a stratified random sampling. Results showed a modified measurement model of reasoning skills consisting of the View Knowledge (VK) was as a main construct. The items that measure the level of pre-reflection of students fulfilled the elements of unidimensionality, validity, and reliability. Although the level of student reasoning skills was still low but this development of measurement model could be identified and proposed teaching methods that could be adopted to improve students’ reasoning skills.
Student-Centred Teaching Strategies by Gender, Grade Level, and Teacher’s Self-Concept in Mexico PEDRO SÁNCHEZ-ESCOBEDO; ANA KAREN CAMELO LAVADORES
Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE| Vol. 2, No. 1, June 2018
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This study examined the student-centred teaching strategies of Mexican teachers by gender, grade level, and self-concept as an instructor. A conventional sample of 573 teachers from diverse school settings in the state of Yucatan in Mexico responded to a paper and pencil questionnaire. Results indicated, in general, that teachers prioritized classroom management and independent learning activities, in contrast with teaching strategies emphasized by policies and teacher´s training programs in the country, such as cooperative learning, differentiation, or promoting critical thinking. There were some gender and grade level differences. In general, female teachers promoted more independent activities than males. As expected, primary school teachers were more concerned with using differentiation teaching strategies than secondary education teachers, considering the greatest variance in younger students. Teachers self-concept had differential effects. Whilst self-efficacy feelings had no influence in the use of specific student-centred teaching strategies, high self-esteem teachers used more student-centred teaching strategies. The importance of asking teachers what they did, and how they felt as teachers was argued in light of results. Future research avenues regarding self-concept and teaching strategies are posited.
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Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE| Vol. 2, No. 1, June 2018
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