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INDONESIA
Indonesian Journal of Instructional Media and Model
ISSN : 26860708     EISSN : 26860112     DOI : https://doi.org/10.32585
Core Subject : Education,
Indonesian Journal of Instructional Media and Model is a scientific journal that contains and disseminate the results of research, in-depth study, and the ideas or innovative work in the field of science education. The innovative work of the teachers and lecturers of the development of the education sector which is able to make a positive contribution to the schools and educational institutions the focus of this journal. 1. Instructional Media 2. Instructional Models 3. Learning Aproach 4. Instructional Strategies 5. Intructional Methods 6. Teaching Techniques 7. Teaching Tactics
Arjuna Subject : Umum - Umum
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The Implementation Curriculum 2013 (K-13) in Teacher's Ability to Develop Learning Media at Distance Learning Agus Hadi Utama
Indonesian Journal of Instructional Media and Model Vol 3, No 2 (2021)
Publisher : Universitas Veteran Bangun Nusantara

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32585/ijimm.v3i2.1705

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After eight years of the launching Curriculum 2013 (K-13), it is expected that all schools and teachers have been able to implement the curriculum both in terms of preparation for learning media as well as in the learning process. However, the reality is far from expectations as the ability of teachers in the preparation of the learning media is still lacking. Detected through learning media compiled from teachers who are following the professional teacher education online, the results were far from expectations posing a big question mark for researchers. For this reason, the researchers tried to explore the issue through a qualitative descriptive approach. Although in this study quantitative data also exist, it was just as supportive data to strengthen the argument and conclusion. Sources of data in this study are a physical education, sports, and health teachers amounted 100 people. From these studies it was found that K-13 training has not met the need of all teachers reflected in learning media is not understood comprehensively by the teachers. Further, in some training, there are instructors who didn’t come from the field of physical education, sports, and health, but from other fields of study. This fact is of course very worrying as if it remains, the national education goal will never be reached. Therefore, it is necessary to reorder the instructors in accordance with expertise in the field of study as well as evaluating the effectiveness of the program.
Augmented Reality for Student Learning Media: A Bibliometric Analysis and Visualization Singgih Subiyantoro; Baskoro Hadi; Eka Budhi Santosa; Oka Irmade; Fatma Sukmawati
Indonesian Journal of Instructional Media and Model Vol 3, No 2 (2021)
Publisher : Universitas Veteran Bangun Nusantara

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32585/ijimm.v3i2.2007

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Augmented Reality is a study that is now popular. Many researches theme have been published in various reputable journals. The purpose of this study is to provide an overview and visualization of Augmented Reality which is used as a medium of learning. This research is a qualitative research through descriptive analysis with literature review formed in bibliometric analysis which describes and visualizes ongoing phenomena as well as in the past regarding various topics related to Augmented Reality. Through the Scopus database source, there are 882 documents related to Augmented Reality were obtained from 2016 to 2020 and various data related to the number of documents by country, author, subject area, visualization of relationships between topics. Topics that are categorized as rare or have not been associated with AR will be an option for us to study more deeply so that it will give knowledge to the scientific of AR as a medium for student learning.
Teachers and Technology: Christian Education Teacher Strategies in Implementing Online-based Learning in Pandemic Times Talizaro Tafonao; Benteng Martua Mahuraja Purba
Indonesian Journal of Instructional Media and Model Vol 3, No 2 (2021)
Publisher : Universitas Veteran Bangun Nusantara

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32585/ijimm.v3i2.996

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The purpose of this research is to investigate the efficacy of teacher-led online teaching practices during pandemics. In this digital era, all teachers are required to adapt quickly to technological developments. But in reality, some Christian Education teachers are still not ready to transform in utilizing the application of technology as described in this article. Based on that question, the authors reviewed this topic to explain the essential steps teachers should take in implementing online-based learning strategies during pandemics. A descriptive qualitative research method was adopted in this work. The researchers gathered information through reading academic articles and books. The author analyses the data through analytical techniques by reducing, classifying, and verifying the study of this article. The results obtained in this study are very effective if Christian Education teachers apply online-based learning strategies in a way that teachers learn to provide features that are easily accessible to students. Teachers learn to design learning online, and teachers get used to providing stimulus to learners. Thus, online learning requires every teacher to adapt, innovate, and utilize digital media to facilitate the learning process during the pandemic.
Improving Teacher Performance in Developing Teaching Materials Through Academic Supervision as an Effort to Improve Academic Quality in Schools Mahsun Alwa'id
Indonesian Journal of Instructional Media and Model Vol 3, No 2 (2021)
Publisher : Universitas Veteran Bangun Nusantara

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32585/ijimm.v3i2.2126

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An important problem that is often faced by teachers in learning activities is choosing or determining appropriate learning materials or teaching materials in order to help students achieve competence. This is due to the fact that in the curriculum or syllabus, teaching materials are only written in outline in the form of "subject material". It is the teacher's job to describe the subject matter so that it becomes a complete teaching material. In addition, how to use teaching materials is also a problem. The intended use is how to teach it from the teacher's point of view, and how to learn it from the student's point of view. The purpose of this school action research (PTS) is to find out the extent to which the coaching of the Madrasah Principal improves the performance of teachers in choosing teaching materials. In this school action research (PTS), it was carried out in 3 cycles, from the results of the actions taken it was proven to be able to improve teacher performance by achieving ideal standards. From 64.47% in the first cycle, it could increase to 74.59% in the second cycle, and the second cycle. to III 83.29%. The results of this action research indicate that coaching through the academic supervision of the Madrasah Head can improve teacher performance in choosing teaching materials at MAN 1 Semarang, Semarang Regency.
Development of Learning Cycle 5E Oriented Learning Tools to Critical Thinking Skills and Creative Thinking Endra Priawasana; Abdul Muis
Indonesian Journal of Instructional Media and Model Vol 3, No 2 (2021)
Publisher : Universitas Veteran Bangun Nusantara

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32585/ijimm.v3i2.2058

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Biology learning can do by exploring the nature and its contents, including living beings an inanimate beings everyday life. In past, students have not active roles process in the classroom. Students are only required to memorize the factual information obtained from the teacher. They should develop their potential broadest in order to understand the processes and concepts that exist. The development potential of students begins by assembling the experience and knowledge that has bebn previously owned. Biology learning is expected to be implemented by the Learning Cycle 5E, so that students are expected to improve the understanding of the experience and prior knowledge. By carring out an Learning Cycle 5E, students will find their own concepts of biology and can develop biology process skills, so as to equip students with skills such as scientists and make them able to solve his problems independently. Students will become more critical in thinking and looking for creative answers to the problems they face in everyday life. By nit dong rote, students are expected to be qualified individual.

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