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International Journal of Social Learning (IJSL)
ISSN : 27748359     EISSN : 27744426     DOI : https://doi.org/10.47134/ijsl.v1i1
IJSL: International Journal of Social Learning (e-ISSN 2774-4426|p-ISSN 2774-8359) is a double blind international peer reviewed and open access journal to disseminating all information contributing to the understanding and development of social learning. The aim is to publish conceptual and research articles that explore the learning innovation of social and the everyday experience of social learning for students and society. Its scope is international in that it welcomes articles from academics, researchers, graduate students and policy makers. The articles published may take the form of original research, theoretical analyses, and critical review. All articles should be in English. The scope of journal : internet based learning, modern learning, the use of technology for learning, learning of social education, curriculum development for social learning, media innovation for social learning, strategy of social learning, empowerment and community development, social campaign for society, non-formal education, entrepreneurship learning for society, disaster education for society, peace education for society. IJSL: International Journal of Social Learning is published by Indonesian Journal Publisher in cooperation with Indonesian Social Studies Association (APRIPSI).
Arjuna Subject : Umum - Umum
Articles 34 Documents
Using E-Learning Technologies in Teaching and Learning Process Jassim, Lina Lafta
International Journal of Social Learning (IJSL) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): December
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The Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) use has become a major driving force in transforming education worldwide. Similarly, in the last ten years, the usage of Information and Communication Technologies and e-learning approach in Iraq has increased. Whereas, the latest educational policy of the Government of Iraq has focused on using Information and Communication Technologies and e-learning in schools and universities. The national professional standards for teachers have also suggested teachers to integrate Information and Communication Technologies in their classrooms and develop e-Learning Platforms for teaching and learning processes. However, in this study the effectiveness of Information and Communication and e-learning Technologies integration in teaching and learning has been assessed. The context selected for this research study is University of Baghdad Iraq. The research gap, which has been founded through the extensive literature review indicated that most of the students are not able to utilize Information and Communication Technologies effectively. The first objective of this study is to enable students to gain wider range of knowledge and make them enable to access internet for developing a global outlook. Moreover, the second objective of this study is to develop students’ capabilities of processing information more effectively and efficiently for teaching and learning.
Instructional Supervision Towards Teacher’s Quality of YIK Religious Secondary Schools in Kelantan, Malaysia Haji Musa, Nasuha binti
International Journal of Social Learning (IJSL) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): December
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The Malaysian Education Blueprint (MEB) 2013-2025 emphasized on principals’ supervisory practices and teachers’ quality to enhance 21st-century international quality education. The lack of professional training for principals and the decline of teacher’s quality according to Yayasan Islam Kelantan (YIK) report (YIK, 2017) have affected the government’s aspirations. This problem requires a solution because the instructional supervision is a catalyst of teachers’ professional values and quality. Meanwhile, teachers’ quality is related to teaching professionalism practices, knowledge, understanding as well as teaching and learning skills. This study is essential for principals’ instructional supervision improvement and enhancing teachers’ quality. A quantitative, cross-sectional survey approach was adopted using a standardized three-section questionnaire comprising Section A: Respondents’ Personal and Professional Backgrounds, Section B: Instructional Supervision and Section C: Teachers’ Quality. The study sample comprised 360 teachers in YIK Religious Secondary Schools. A descriptive and inferential data analysis was generated using the Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS) 20 Version. The improved quality among teachers was the result of holistic supervisory practices of principals namely, directive guidance, collective development, professional development, curriculum development and action research guidance. Thus, it is significant that principals understand the practical dimensions of supervision in order to improve teachers’ quality in YIK Religious Secondary Schools in Kelantan. It is recommended that YIK focuses on instructional supervision practices to produce quality teachers as the principals’ instructional supervision is highly potential catalysts for quality teachers.
Henry Mintzberg’s Business Management Strategy Post-Pandemic Covid-19 (Social Learning Approach on Ali Murah Shop Madinah) Savitri, Fania Mutiara; Naili, Yuris Tri
International Journal of Social Learning (IJSL) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): December
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Small Micro Enterprises in retail sector is currently faced many problems, declining sales, difficulty in obtaining supplies, impeded dilivery and distribution, lack of information technology knowledge and business network barriers. This study aims to determine the business management strategies of Ali Murah Shop Madinah post Covid-19 pandemic as retail practice description in Madinah, Saudi Arabia. The study refers to Henry Mintzberg strategy (position, plan, perspective, project, dan prepare). Research type is descriptive and data collection methods using structured interviews conducted to 3 informan. This research also used social learning approaches to get deeply analysis. The data analysis technique used descriptive qualitative. The results of the study explained that business management strategy post pandemic Covid-19 Ali Murah Shop Madinah can be implemented in order to get improvement and sustainable development attached by management strengthening in marketing, human resources, finance and operations field as strategic steps to create an efficient and effective business existence. Furthermore, regarding social learning approaches, Ali Murah Shop Madinah are required to have good knowledge management and absorptive capacity especially in protocol which prevent Covid-19 transmission. Future research is expected to get empiricaly analysis for objective result obtaining that also supported by quantitative and qualitative analyze (mix methods).
Designing Comics By Using Problem Based Learning (PBL) to Improve Student's Creative Thinking Skills Zarvianti, Enny; Sahida, Desrianti
International Journal of Social Learning (IJSL) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): December
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The designing of high school / Islamic high school physics comic teaching materials has been done to improve students' critical thinking skills in Newton's Law material. The purpose of this research is to determine to develop a physics comic for high school / Islamic high school based on problem-based learning (PBL) to improve the creative thinking skills of students at MAN Sebukar. The research method used is the research and development method, namely the 4D development method which consists of 4 phases: defining, designing, developing and disseminating. At the defining stage, need analysis on curriculum, students, and materials were carried out. The designing stage was done by designing high school / Islamic high school physics comics based on problem based learning to improve students' creative thinking skills. At the developing stage, validity, practicality and effectiveness tests were carried out. Furthermore, the disseminating stage also carried out the practicality and effectiveness tests. At the defining stage, the analysis on results of the students’ score showed the low acquisition of students competencies is due to the low creative thinking skills of students, so a teaching material is designed that is in accordance with the student's needs, materials, and learning objectives that is expected to improve students’ learning competence, namely physics comics for senior high school students/Islamic senior high school students. Furthermore, at the designing stage, an initial draft of PBL-based for / Islamic high school physics comics was made in accordance with the curriculum used in the school where the research was conducted. And in the next stage, namely the developing stage, the analysis results were obtained from the development of physics comics for high school / Islamic high school which have valid (0.85), practical (94.67%), and effective criteria for skill assessment that are judges as very good category. And the final stage after developing stage, namely the disseminating stage, researchers carried out practicality and effectiveness tests in different classes and the practicality test results were obtained in the very practical category, namely 94.33% from students’ response questionnaires and effectiveness test results from the assessment of students knowledge with a percentage of completeness reaching 82.33. % in the very good category, the students' attitude competency reached an average score of 87.43% in the very good category, the skills competency reached an average score of 89.17% with the very good category. The designing of PBL-based high school / Islamic high school physics comics is able to improve students' creative thinking skill since it eventually gives impact on students’ scores.
Curriculum Evaluation: Inputs for Principal’s Instructional Leadership Arrieta, Gilbert S.
International Journal of Social Learning (IJSL) Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): April
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One of the most important components in education is the curriculum. It undergoes evaluation and development to be responsive to the needs of the times. It adapts to the kind of teachers and learners because teaching and learning are dynamic. The main drivers of the curriculum are the education leaders primarily the principals who are the instructional leaders. The main task of the principal is instructional leadership which means overseeing the teaching and learning process starting with the curriculum. However, the administrative tasks of the principals deprive them of becoming effective instructional leaders. This study aims to present the experiences of the researcher in curriculum evaluation under different principals in a private sectarian school in Manila and seeks to identify how principals can take a strong leadership presence in the challenges in instruction and curriculum evaluation. A critical reflection which is an extension of “critical thinking” and asks us to think about our practice and ideas and then it challenges us to step back and examine our thinking by asking probing questions was used as the method in this study. The researcher looks back into his experiences and identifies the key points in curriculum evaluation vis-à-vis the tasks of instructional leadership. It found out that curriculum evaluation, primarily an integral part of instructional leadership. The principals have to do curriculum evaluation as a collaborative task and process. Moreover, curriculum evaluation with instructional leadership should be giving importance to professional development and mentoring of academic heads and teachers.
Instructional Leadership: Its Role in Sustaining School Improvement in South African Schools Shava, George. N.; Heystek, Jan; Chasara, Thompson
International Journal of Social Learning (IJSL) Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): April
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Recent studies conducted around the world have revealed a clear link between the instructional position of principal leadership and school improvement. Instructional leadership, which aims to foster a teaching and learning community, is seen as a key component of successful teaching and long-term school improvement. The rise in site-specific management roles, which are based on instructional leadership experiences, is one of the initiatives launched by the South African government to reform education. In South Africa, school principals are responsible for academic development. This qualitative research aimed to learn more about the role of principals in sustaining school improvement in the North West Province of South Africa. Premised in the qualitative research approach, a purposive sampling technique was used to select six schools that had sustained school improvement for some years. Findings from the study revealed that principals play a crucial role in sustaining school improvement. The study findings reinforce recent literature that identifies instructional leadership as a cornerstone for school improvement.
The Utilization of Facebook During Covid-19 Pandemic by First-Year College Students Boholano, Helen B.; Cajes, Roberto
International Journal of Social Learning (IJSL) Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): April
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Facebook is one of the popular social networking sites used by students. First-year college students who have primarily engaged themselves in Facebook are being influenced and affected by such media platforms. Students who use Facebook frequently are likely influenced by other people. On the other hand, their studies can likely be distracted. Instead of spending their time reviewing their school lessons, students get tempted to allot much of their time using Facebook. This study determined the reasons and feedback of first-year college students using Facebook. This research using a mixed method of quantitative and qualitative in interpreting and analyzing the data. The respondents were the first-year college students of Cebu Normal University, Cebu City. Findings revealed that using Facebook may cause adverse effects on students' academic performance due to frequent use of such media. However, Howeverebook can also bring positive effects to the students' academic performance. As a communication tool, Facebook provides information and acquiring knowledge from the different Facebook users. Facebook is beneficial in their studies. Through Facebook, college students can now share and exchange information through brainstorming and collaborating in the Group Chat. Therefore, the utilization of Facebook in learning as a tool in instruction during the Covid-19 pandemic is beneficial to learners and lecturers.
Gadget Addiction and the Students’ Achievement Barotun Mabaroh; Sugianti, Lilik
International Journal of Social Learning (IJSL) Vol. 1 No. 3 (2021): August
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Using gadgets cannot be avoided in daily life. It becomes more primary for students in higher education since they change to learn online during the covid−19 pandemic period. They should use gadgets focusing on education, but unfortunately, studies had reported that students are addicted to using gadgets to access some entertaining applications. Therefore, it was essential to investigate how the students manage using gadgets and their effects on their achievement. This survey research required the student's responses to a Gadget Scale-Short Version (SAS-SV) Addict item. The researchers collected data using a survey questionnaire on Google Form to determine how using gadgets affects the students' achievement. This research was done from August to December 2020. The results showed that both male and female students were identified as high-risk addicted. Moreover, the gadget addiction had terrible effects on the student's physical and psychological even though it did not significantly impact their academic achievement. However, based on the results, it was hoped that there should be the best management for using gadgets to improve the students’ achievement and prevent the long-term risk of gadget addiction.
Content Adequacy of Oral Literature in Selected English Studies Textbooks: Implications for Inculcating Moral Values into In-School Adolescents Akinsola, Ifeoluwa Theophilus; Olaosebikan, Bolape Olufunto
International Journal of Social Learning (IJSL) Vol. 1 No. 3 (2021): August
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Textbooks are essential resources in the teaching-learning process. The integration of English language and literature called English Studies at the junior secondary schools in Nigeria has brought about textbooks incorporating both language and literature (oral and written) components. This study was carried out to analyze the content adequacy of oral literature incorporated in New Oxford Secondary English Course for Junior Secondary Schools and New Concepts English Textbooks and investigate teachers' perceptions. Book one to three of the two textbooks was purposively selected because they were used in the selected junior secondary schools for this study. The study, hence, adopted a mixed-methods of data collection and analysis. The textbooks selected were content analyzed by drawing out their oral literature components. Quantitative data were collected using a self-constructed questionnaire from 50 teachers of English studies randomly selected across 25 junior secondary schools in the Ibadan metropolis. The content analysis done of the selected textbooks was compared with the teachers' perception of the adequacy of the textbooks in inculcating moral values into students. The study recommended, among others, that English teachers at the junior secondary school level should actively implement the oral literature content of the English studies textbook with the use of appropriate teaching methods, strategies, and instructional materials.
Teachers’ Critical Reflections on the New Normal Philippine Education Issues: Inputs on Curriculum and Instruction Development Galang, Aljon Delmo
International Journal of Social Learning (IJSL) Vol. 1 No. 3 (2021): August
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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Philippine educational landscape is greatly affected. This education issue concerns the country's curriculum and instruction (CIN), covering students' learning, delivery modalities, competencies, teachers' characteristics, and community involvement. Nonetheless, the CIN must be developed, considering the students, teachers, community, and the pressing challenges in the teaching-learning process, promoting quality education while considering the pandemic, by looking into teachers' perspectives. This qualitative research used content analysis to derive insights from the critical reflections of sixteen (16) teacher participants. It aims to present the participants' reflections on the New Normal education issues, leading to curriculum and instruction development inputs. Furthermore, the emerging themes are (a) essentiality and feasibility in choosing learning competencies; (b) good quality, flexibility, sustainability, and safety in choosing learning modalities; (c) learning materials' alignment, sufficiency, and proper distribution; (d) devotion, adaptability, and helpfulness of teachers; (e) reaching out students and task individualization; and (f) leadership and involvement needed to achieve success in education. Moreover, the findings suggest that the New Normal classroom requires a curriculum and instruction, teacher, leadership, and involvement adaptive and flexible of the changing and multifaceted educational landscape brought by the persisting disease.

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