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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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Improving Learning Outcomes in Mathematics Using the Talking Stick Learning Model Ilham Marnola; Hilliyani Hilliyani; Lindu Sartika; Yulia Rahmi; Siska Wahyuni
Indonesian Journal of Instructional Media and Model Vol 4, No 2 (2022)
Publisher : Universitas Veteran Bangun Nusantara

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32585/ijimm.v4i2.2834

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Measurement-related math subject is taught in Madrasah Ibtidaiyah, but many students still struggle to understand the concepts making the subject becomes boring and unappealing. Low learning outcomes in mathematics might be caused by boredom with the subject and problems in comprehending. The Talking Stick learning model is implemented to help students who are struggling with mathematics. This study sought to determine whether the Talking Stick learning model may improve learning outcomes in mathematics. This experimental study used quantitative methodology. The participants were third-graders at MIN 9 Aceh Tengah. A formative test with multiple choice questions was used as the data collection tool. The test was administered to both the experimental and control classes in two stages, namely the pretest (beginning test) and post-test (final test). The t-test was the analytical method utilized. The data demonstrated that the Talking Stick learning approach might be used to enhance learning outcomes in mathematics.
Improving Student Learning Outcomes with Problem-Based Learning on Islamic Civilization Material Sri Istiqomah
Indonesian Journal of Instructional Media and Model Vol 4, No 2 (2022)
Publisher : Universitas Veteran Bangun Nusantara

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32585/ijimm.v4i2.3285

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Historical events in the past should be a mirror for the present generation in the life of the nation and state. This material is contained in the teaching of history in high school. The teaching of history which is expected to provide insight into the development and progress of Islam in the past seems to be of little interest to students, this can be seen from the low completion results of students and their lack of understanding of history.  The problem-based Learning model is one of the simple methods that the author believes is appropriate to be able to increase the value of Islamic cultural history lessons.  The purpose of this study is to increase student enthusiasm for learning so that it will improve student learning outcomes as well, especially to improve student learning outcomes through a problem-based learning model on the subject of the development of Islamic civilization in class XI SMAN 7 Semarang. Research methods using Classroom Action Research, with the subject and location of the research in Class XI. The results of the study in the pre-cycle there was a completion of learning of 29.41%, in the first cycle there was an increase to 79.41%, and in cycle II the average student completion was 91.18%. The conclusion of learning research on the development of Islamic civilization in the heyday of Islam with the problem-based learning model can improve the ability of students.
Using Gamification Applications to Increase The Student's Learning Activity in Digital Simulation Subjects Wahid Nur Ahmmadi; Madyo Ekosusilo; Hamda Kharisma Putra
Indonesian Journal of Instructional Media and Model Vol 4, No 2 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32585/ijimm.v4i2.2856

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The pandemic covid-19 over the past two years made major changes in the education world especially students, at which time the practice of face-to-face learning trials took place especially in the army of veteran 1 sukoharjo. The problem with face-to-face learning is that students lack the focus of learning during the teaching process, and students are inactive or lack confidence in expressing. Suggested that the process of using elements that are implemented in each activity that has no game elements and therefore provides an unsaturated effect. The purpose of this study is to increase the activation of class x TBSM students in veteran 1 sukoharjo with application of gamonification. Research methods are class action studies, using the four stages of planning, action, observation, and reflection done with the 3 cycles of pre cycles, cycles I, and cycles ii. The subject of this study is an x TBSM student at veteran 1 sukoharjo high school. The media employed in research is kahoot! And quizziz. The instrument used is the student's activity observation sheet. The data analysis technique used is a quantitative description. The study then obtained an average value-an average of 63.24 % (active criteria) on the I cycle, then with the teacher making repairs can, increasing activation to the ii cycle 81.62%. Results from test t in pairs, score alpha 0.05 acquired.
Online Learning to Foster Discipline Character (Qualitative-Phenomenological Study at SMKN 8 Malang) Muhammad Odik Afifin
Indonesian Journal of Instructional Media and Model Vol 4, No 2 (2022)
Publisher : Universitas Veteran Bangun Nusantara

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32585/ijimm.v4i2.2801

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In the current condition of face-to-face learning activities in the classroom, teachers and parents are encouraged to work together to continue to be able to facilitate students in learning to develop academic knowledge and personality as in previous conventional schools. This study intends to describe and explain the application of online learning that fosters disciplined character in SMK Negeri 8 Malang. This study uses a qualitative approach to the theoretical material of phenomenology. Data were collected using in-depth interviews, observation and documentation techniques. Informants were selected using a purposive technique combined with a snowball sampling technique. Through this research, the following findings were obtained: The implementation of distance learning applied at SMK Negeri 8 Malang consists of 3 approaches, namely Online learning, Offline learning or P2P and Learning mixed system. The implication of this research is to examine online learning that fosters disciplined character in SMK Negeri 8 Malang. The data obtained from the field are analyzed, thus providing several conclusions as well as enriching the study of the development of learning technology, especially about distance learning (online and offline) in the implementation of online learning that fosters a disciplined character. 
Teaching Materials through Local Wisdom in Implementing Independent Curriculum to Improve Teaching Skills for Indonesian Pre-Service Teacher Susi Darihastining; Chalimah Chalimah; Wiwik Mardiana
Indonesian Journal of Instructional Media and Model Vol 4, No 2 (2022)
Publisher : Universitas Veteran Bangun Nusantara

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32585/ijimm.v4i2.2914

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The role of lecturers in designing the teaching materials is very decisive successful learning and learning process through a teaching material. Teaching materials can also be interpreted as any form of materials arranged systematically that allows students to learn independently and are designed according to the applicable curriculum. The teaching material is unique and specific to achieve the learning objectives. Culture is a method for pre-service teachers to transform the results of observation into form and creative teaching material. The problem is appointed how the design of the teaching material through local wisdom as a form of independent curriculum application used by pre service teachers and lecturers in designing learning design that supports the independent freedom curriculum in the digital era. Research is in classroom action research. The research data is a design of teaching material in the form of learning design. The data sources were pre-service teachers who took the Micro Teaching course with 20 pre-service teachers as class of 2019 in academic year 2021/2022. Culture is also considered as a teaching material in the teaching and learning process. The application of E-PUB as the device of teaching material. The data collection technique is observation, documentation, and interview. The research instrument uses two aspects, namely: skill in arranging lesson plan and learning practice. The indicators of success are: (a) material understanding, (b) curriculum understanding, (c) learning practice, and (d) personality. The result of cycle I, 75% in sufficient category so it needs to continue to the next cycle. The result of cycle II is 91,66% is in very good category, 6,67 % is in good category and only one student is in fairly good category that is successful in cycle II in applying E-PUB.

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