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ISSN : 25410156     EISSN : 25990292     DOI : https://doi.org/10.33086/
Educatioan and Human Development Journal (EHDJ) Published by the Teaching and Education Faculty (FKIP). Published since April 7, 2017 with two versions, namely the printed version of ISSN: 2541-0156 and online e-SSN: 2559-0292. Rear-published twice every April and September. Committed to improving the quality of education. EHDJ focuses on human development through basic education in basic education.
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“HOW THEY TEACH”: CASE STUDY JAVANESE LANGUAGE TEACHING IN THE COVID-19 CRISIS Astrid Wangsagirindra Pudjastawa
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The purpose of this study was to identify the challenges experienced in the teaching and learning process of Javanese language for vocational students during the covid-19 period and to find out the strategies and solutions carried out during online learning. The method in this research is descriptive qualitative with a case study approach in Javanese language learning at voactional school in Malang Raya. The subjects in this study were 5 Javanese language teachers and 25 students. The findings indicate some challenges of learning Javanese, such as barriers in communication, low self-learning ability of students, and lack of control over students' morals and behaviour during distance learning. While the solution offered is technology-based learning as a learning material to improve the emotional relationship between students and teachers, reduce the level of difficulty, prioritize meaningful learning, and apply multi-literacy knowledge. While the techniques used are producing teacher laboratories, conducting self-assessments as a reflection of independent learning, and involving parents as substitutes for education instructors.
Correlation Between Introvert-Extrovert Personality and Students’ Speaking Ability Husnul Khotimah; Tiyas Saputri
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This study was an attempt to investigate the possible effect of introverted-extroverted personality on students' speaking ability performance. The objective of this study were (1) to analyze the significant correlation between students' personality (introvert -extrovert) and their speaking ability performance (2) To find out the speaking ability performance of students’ introvert personality, and (3) To find out the speaking ability performance of students’ extrovert personality. The method used in this study is meta-analysis. The data were calculated statistically by Jamovi. The result of this study showed the correlation between introvert-extrovert personality in speaking ability performance is 1.27 which indicates a high correlation between these variables. The study also found that extroverts speak better than introverts. From this study, the researcher concluded that introvert and extrovert personality affected students' performance of English speaking skills.
Teacher and Students' Responses of Using Telegram as a Media in Learning English Listening Skill Uswatun Khasana -; Tiyas Saputri
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This study is to investigate teacher’s and students’ responses of using Telegram in learning English listening skills. The focus of this study is the teacher’s and students’ responses about using Telegram as a media in learning English listening skills. This study used qualitative research methods by describing the results of teacher’ and students’ responses obtained from questionnaires distributed to the teacher and the students. The findings of this study showed that teacher’s and students’ responses are positive regarding the use of Telegram as a media for learning English listening skill.
DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHING MATERIALS IN THE FORM OF E-MODULES CHARACTER BASED ON IPS EDUCATION IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Itsna Oktaviyanti; Setiani Novitasari; I Nyoman Karma; Nurhasanah; Husniati
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The purpose of this study is to develop teaching materials in the form of character-based elementary social studies education e-modules and to determine the feasibility of teaching materials in the form of character-based elementary social science education e-modules. This research uses R&D (Research and Development) research methods. The development of this e-module is devoted to Elementary Social Studies Education Courses. This is expected to help students understand the material in the Social Sciences Education course in SD. The stages in this research consist of three development steps, namely define, design, and develop. The data analysis technique for the feasibility of the character-based Elementary Social Studies Education e-module was carried out by making conclusions from the data obtained from the expert validators and the results of the student response questionnaire analysis. Data in the form of scores will be converted into qualitative data. The results showed that in the defined stage, it was done by analyzing learning problems, analyzing the characteristics of PGSD students and analyzing materials. The design stage includes compiling systematics, determining the title and finally compiling character-based material. The development stage seen from the expert validators shows that the E-Module gets a decent criterion with a score of 75%, after repairing the E-Modul gets a very decent criterion with a score of 86.2%. The results of student responses showed that the criteria were very feasible with a score of 89%, so there was no need for revision. Character-based Elementary Social Studies Education E-Modules get an average of very valid criteria so that the E-Modules that have been developed can be used in the PGSD study program after going through the revision of the E-Module ease of access.
The Role of Gratitude and Social Support in Life Satisfaction in Online Motorcycle Drivers Mujidin Mujidin; Finola Randu Galintias
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Every job has an impact on workers, one of the impact is whether or not their life satisfaction increases. This study aims to reveal the life satisfaction of online drivers influenced by gratitude and social support. In other words, the aim of this study is to find out how great the role of gratitude and social support on life satisfaction for online drivers (Ojol). The data collection method is simple random sampling or in other words, it is looking for subject randomly and not having special characteristic. Supporting instruments used to reveal this goal are through the gratitude scale, social support scale and life satisfaction scale. The samples are 100 online drivers in Yogyakarta. The responses that received were multiple diverse so that the result of this study refer to a conclusion that there is a role of gratitude and social support on life satisfaction in online drivers (Ojol). Statistically, the significant value is 0.000 < 0.01. In addition, the R square value of 0.527 means that there is about 52.7% contribution of gratitude and social support to life satisfaction. The contribution of these two predictors illustrate that having high life satisfaction will have a positive impact such as working well, being friendly, getting positive feedback from customers, being able to give meaning to life more positively, developing optimally and having good psychological well-being. Suggestions for the next research is to describe more deeply about the gratitude of online drivers and other supporting factors.
Students' Perception towards the Use of ICT in EFL Learning at Eleventh Grade SMA Negeri 1 Dolok Batu Nanggar Ayu Widya Ningsih; Partohap Saut Raja Sihombing; Dumaris E. Silalahi; Herman
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This research aims at exploring high school students’ perception towards the use of ICT in EFL learning. To achieve the objective, 44 students at eleventh grade majoring in Language and Culture Science (IBB) SMA Negeri 1 Dolok Batu Nanggar located in Serbelawan were surveyed using questionnaire. The data obtained was analyzed by employing the descriptive analysis technique using questionnaire distributed to students in the form of Google Form. The results showed that the students’ perception was positive and high in each perception aspects in the questionnaire given. They are attractiveness, perceived effectiveness, and relevancy aspects that obtained index score of 86%, 84%, and 85% or categorized as strongly agree response, and 77% for perceived motivation aspects or categorized as agree response. Based on the result obtained, this study can be concluded that the use of ICT in EFL learning is attractive, effective, and relevant to the English material students need to learn. It also motivates students to learn English more.
Indonesian Children English Development through Home And School Learning Dwijani Ratnadewi
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Learning English as a Foreign Language (EFL) starting at an early age is considered a better alternative than learning EFL at an older age. This study aims to examine the development of children's English capability especially in speaking after they have studied at home with Indonesian parents and at school with Indonesian teachers. This study is a longitudinal case study examining 2 children aged 80 and 52 months. The data were in the form of children's English utterances and were taken within 1-2 year intervals. The data were collected by recording their speech, interviewing both children and parents, and carrying out participant observations during data collection. Data analysis was performed using MLU (mean utterance length); UB (Upper Bound) or the number of morphemes of the longest utterance and Morpheme Acquisition (the types of morphemes acquired). The result is that in general they were able to converse in English, but they had different levels of MLU, UB, and Morpheme acquisition. This difference was ascribed to differences in the EFL intervention and learning experience. The first research subjects learned English with Direct Learning in courses and schools, she got her English in no time and her MLU was moderate. The second research subject experienced learning English from a very early age at home with his parents, his MLU was high.
STUDENT'S PERCEPTION ANALYSIS OF THE APPLICATION OF THE SELF-LEARNING LEARNING MODEL IN LEARNING Heri Suryaman; Florentino Marino Ade Setiawan Nabi
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The purpose of the following research is to obtain student perceptions of the application of the Self-Regulated Learning learning model in class XI DPIB at SMKN 1 Kediri. Self-Regulated Learning in this study with three main factors according to Zimmerman, namely individual factors that have a relationship with student self-efficacy, behavioral factors that have a relationship with self-observation, self-reaction, and environmental factors. This type of quantitative descriptive research uses survey methods. The data collection technique was carried out using a questionnaire instrument. The data analysis technique was descriptive statistics using the percentage formula. The population in this study was 71 students through the use of the Proportional Random Sampling technique. Certainty of the number of tests, i.e. if the population is small, below 100, is considered a population study because the entire population is taken as a test-test. The findings of the study indicate that the perceptions of students in class XI DPIB are in the very positive category 0%, the positive category 50.70%, the medium category 23.94%, the negative category 18.31%, and the very negative category 7.04%. The positive results are given the conclusion that most of the students of class XI DPIB at SMK Negeri 1 Kediri have high Self-Regulated Learning and can self-regulate to achieve learning goals.
ANALYSIS OF FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE OF JALALUDDIN RUMI’S POEMS IN THE” BOOK OF LOVE POEMS” BOOK Edi Pujo Basuki; Tiyas Saputri
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Maulana Jalaluddin Rumi Muhammad Hasin al-Kattabi al-Bakhri, known as Rumi, was born in Wakhsh (1207-1273). Rumi was an influential Sufi figure during his time, he was the number one teacher. Apart from that, he is also a poet. The poetry is widely known and popular in his era until now (Lewis, 2000). Figurative Language is a conspicuous departure from what user of a language apprehend as the standard meaning of words, or else the standard order of words, in order to achieve some special meaning or effect” (Abrams, 2012, p. 130). The method of this research is the descriptive approach. It determined the types of figurative language and described the figurative meaning. The source of data was taken from the first album of the poem of “The Book of Love Poems” by Jalaluddin Rumi. The main research of the study was writer himself as the main instrument. The figurative languages that the writer found were metaphor, simile, paradox, synecdoche, anaphora, personification, allusion, allegory, and alliteration. Stanzas which used figurative language of metaphors appears 51 times, simile was 16 times, paradox was 23 times, synecdoche was 10 times, anaphora appears 13 times, personification appears 8 times, allusion appears 5 times, allegory appears 31 times, hyperbole appears 3 times and alliteration appears 1 time. Rumi's professionalism as a poet could be seen in this Book of Love, which is in this case, he used various figures of speech so that his style of expression was not monotonous in conveying implied and explicit messages. There were several major themes that could be underlined from all the poetry titles in this book. Namely: (1) Out of Bound, (2) How to Find God, (3) Dissolve to God’s qualities (4) Unite with the God, (5) Love. All these major themes were captured by the author by classifying all poems based on systemic ideas. With the appointment of this theme, hopefully that it will become a recommendation for readers to read or not read it or even to research it further.
IMPLEMENTATION OF EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING TO IMPROVE CRITICAL THINKING SKILL OF SMK GRADERS Alif Mundi Adi; Wahyu Lestari
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This research aims to improve critical thinking skill of X AKL 1 graders of SMK Negeri 2 Magelang with experiential learning implementation. This research is classified as Classroom Action Research (CAR) that conducted with two cycles. Data collection techniques used are test and field notes. Based on the results of the study, it can be concluded that the implementation of experiential learning can improve the critical thinking skill of X AKL 1 graders of SMK Negeri 2 Magelang. In cycle I, the average value of students’ critical thinking skill was 44.8 at the pretest increased by 29 or 64.73% to 73.8 at the posttest. In cycle II, the average value of students’ critical thinking skill was 51 at the pretest increased by 30.9 or 60.59% to 81.9 at the posttest. The students’ learning completeness cycle I was 6% at the pretest increased by 57% to 63% at the posttest. While in cycle II was 18% at pretest increased by 67% to 85% at posttest. The suggestion recommended in this article is that experiential learning methods can be used by teachers to improve students’ critical thinking skills. For other researchers, they can also conduct similar research and examine student responses to the implementation of experiential learning for improvement and refinement in the application of the method.

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