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Indonesian Journal of Educational Research and Technology (IJERT)
ISSN : 27758419     EISSN : 27758427     DOI : https://doi.org/10.17509/ijert.
Indonesian Journal of Educational Research and Technology (IJERT) promotes research in the broad field of Education Research and Technology (including such disciplines as Agriculture Education, Environmental Science Education, etc.) with particular respect to Indonesia, but not limited to authorship or topical coverage within the region. Contributions are expected from senior researchers, project managers, research administrators and PhD students at advanced stages of their research, representing both public organizations and private industry. Equally, the journal if intended for scholars and students, reseachers working at research organizations and government agencies, and also for enterprises undertaking applied R&D to lead innovations. The editorial contents and elements that comprise the journal include: Theoretical articles Empirical studies Practice-oriented papers Case studies Review of papers, books, and resources. As far as the criteria for evaluating and accepting submissions is concerned, a rigorous review process will be used. Submitted papers will, prior to the formal review, be screened so as to ensure their suitability and adequacy to the journal. In addition, an initial quality control will be performed, so as to ensure matters such as language, style of references and others, comply with the journals style. The below mentioned areas are just indicative. The editorial board also welcomes innovative articles that redefine any Science and Technology field. Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Education Physics, Material, and Mechanical Engineering Education Biology, Biological and Bio System Engineering Education Food and Agriculture Engineering Education Mathematics Education Computer Science and Engineering Education Earth Science and Engineering Education Space Engineering Education Electrical Engineering Education Architecture and Civil Engineering Education Environment Science and Engineering Education Basic Science in Engineering Education Engineering Education Reforms Education New Technologies in Education Industry and Education: A Continous Collaboration Education Research and Development in Engineering Education Globalisation in Engineering Education Women in Engineering Education Computers, Internet, Multimedia in Engineering Education Organization of Laboratories Education Agricultural Bio Systems Engineering Education Mechanical Engineering Education Electric and Electronic Engineering Education Civil Engineering and Architectural Engineering Education
Articles 54 Documents
Thinking Outside the Box from The Perspective of a Malaysian School Administrator During A Pandemic as A New Educational Form Mohammad, Nazeri; Jais, Arshad
Indonesian Journal of Educational Research and Technology Vol 3, No 1 (2023): IJERT: Volume 3, Issue 1, 2023
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.17509/ijert.v3i1.45342

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The purpose of this study was to describe Out of the Box from Malaysian School Administrators’ Perspective During Pandemic. We did a literature review to explain this matter. We believe that this study can be used as a reference for the education perspective.
Health Status and Job Performance of Physical Education Instructors in Higher Education Institutions Calixtro Jr., Vivencio L.
Indonesian Journal of Educational Research and Technology Vol 1, No 2 (2021): IJERT: Volume 1, Issue 2, 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (547.427 KB) | DOI: 10.17509/ijert.v1i2.33418

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This study examined the health-related factors to the job performance of physical education (PE) instructors in HEIs of Region XII. It employed a descriptive correlational research design, which includes a survey questionnaire in collecting data from 100 PE instructors. As a result, PE instructors revealed that there is no significant relationship between job performance and physical health status Also, there was no significant relationship between job performance and mental health status. Likewise, there was a significant relationship between job performance and emotional health status. Similarly, there was a significant relationship between job performance and social well-being status. However, there was no significant relationship between job performance and health status since some of the PE instructors are not aware of their health status. The study concluded that the majority of the PE instructors lacked proper self-awareness to sustain healthy wellbeing in teaching PE as a profession.
Challenges Encountered in the Implementation of the Education Program among Senior High School Students in The Philippines Gurobat, Patricia Mae N.; Lumbu-an, Jenevieve D.
Indonesian Journal of Educational Research and Technology Vol 2, No 1 (2022): IJERT: Volume 2, Issue 1, 2022
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The K-12 Education Program is a new education curriculum in the Philippines that further develops students' skills and concepts in different strands to prepare them for tertiary education and exhibit competence as lifelong learners; however, its implementation has several drawbacks. Thus, researchers identified and analyzed the typical issues that Sultan Kudarat State University –Laboratory High School SHS students faced in implementing the K-12 Education Program and dealt with those challenges and coping strategies. This study employed the qualitative research design, specifically, the phenomenological approach. Focus group discussion and individual interviews were employed to get the needed data. Based on the study findings, students perceive the new curriculum as a significant burden, with the top challenges of having more years in high school, lack of assistance, and learning facilities. They also agreed on the benefits of the new educational system, which include more knowledge and learning, increased competency, and future career chances. Despite the difficulty adjusting to the K-12 program, they tend to cope with the challenges using various coping strategies such as time management, adjustment, acceptance, peer support, as they are aware of the program's value to their academic advancement. As a result, this research can assist students in preparing for the obstacles they may face in senior high school and recommend possible coping mechanisms.
Attitude of Sultan Kudarat State University Laboratory High School Students and Teachers on Proposed “No Homework Policy” Bill Lumbu-ani, Jenevieve; Abusama, Hasan P.; Pangarungan, Jasmine L.; Danozo, Jheanese Joy L.; Estrada, Marielle Joy L.; Hasan, Hasandra A.; Moscoso, Luis Henri A.
Indonesian Journal of Educational Research and Technology Vol 1, No 2 (2021): IJERT: Volume 1, Issue 2, 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (621.552 KB) | DOI: 10.17509/ijert.v1i2.33407

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The purpose of our study is to understand the attitude of the university students and teachers on the proposed ‘No Homework Policy” bill and how it could impact their studies and personal lives. The main objective was focused on (1) understanding the impact of the “No Homework Policy” bill to the students and teachers if the said policy bill will be implemented, (2) knowing the struggles of the students and teachers when it comes to homework, and (3) finding out the possible solution that could be implemented to lessen the struggles of both students and teachers regarding homework. A phenomenological design was used as an approach to conduct this study. Based on the results, most of the students are in favor of the said proposed bill. However, some teachers are against or undecided about it. The results also showed that the said proposed bill could affect both students and teachers in a positive and also a negative way. This study does not only help the student to realize how homework can impact their academic performances but also support the teacher to improve the capacity of their teaching skills and be aware of the struggles of the students with regards to homework
Development and Validation of Digital Photo Series for the Teaching of BT in Ilorin, Nigeria Babalola, Ebenezer Omolafe; Boor, Charity H. M.; Aladesusi, Gboyega Ayodeji; Shomoye, Mariam Adenike
Indonesian Journal of Educational Research and Technology Vol 1, No 3 (2021): IJERT: Volume 1, Issue 3, 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (887.889 KB) | DOI: 10.17509/ijert.v1i3.38760

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The essence of basic technology (BT) in the secondary school curriculum is to assist learners to develop an interest in technology and introduce students to the basic rudiment of technology. Thus, BT teachers must use relevant instructional media that would help in achieving the aims of BT in secondary. This study developed and validated a digital photo series to teach BT concepts in upper basic schools in the Ilorin metropolis. The study adopted a design and development model type. Five BT teachers and three educational technology experts were randomly selected to participate in the study. Three research instruments were used in this study, a developed digital photo series on the BT concept, an educational technology expert rating guide, and a subject content validation questionnaire. Digital photo series was successfully developed to teaching upper BT. Educational technology experts agreed that the developed digital photo series satisfied the required expectation. The cost for developing digital photo series was determined. The study concluded that the digital photo series is a powerful instructional tool that can enhance the teaching of BT in Nigeria. The findings imply that schools should adopt the use of digital photo series in the teaching and learning of BT to concretize learning contents and increase students’ performance.
Assessing Students Performance Through Observational and Instructional Learning in The New Normal Garbosa, Rene G.; Fano, Christine P.; Vicente, Vincent John D; Calixtro, Vivencio Jr. L; Falle, Jayson A.
Indonesian Journal of Educational Research and Technology Vol 2, No 3 (2022): IJERT: Volume 2, Issue 3, 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (374.429 KB) | DOI: 10.17509/ijert.v2i3.43726

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The main purpose of this study was to investigate the performance of the students in the new normal through observational and instructional learning. This study used a quantitative research design to make it possible and achievable. The researchers choose a descriptive – correlational design to correlate the difference between the levels of performance in the observational and instructional learning of the Bachelor of Physical Education students in Sultan Kudarat State University ACCESS CAMPUS. The study used the total population sampling in determining the samples of the study. The researchers have surveyed all the students of Bachelor of Physical Education 2nd year with a total of 33 participants in Sultan Kudarat State University and used a survey questionnaire via Google forms provided by the researchers following the new normal protocol. The results revealed that observational learning was rated very high as most of the respondents strongly agree with the use of observation. The instructional learning was rated high that most of the students rely on both observation and instruction given by the teachers. The students increase the overall performance and have a big effective contribution in acquiring and imparting knowledge and skills to the students despite the new learning. Our analysis showed that there is no significant difference between observational and instructional learning in the level of the performance of the students, therefore, the observational and instructional learning in the new normal has a greater contribution in assessing students’ performance.
Lecturer Perspective on Informal Learning Activities Jizat, Nor Atikah Md.; Sulong, Muhammad Suhaimi
Indonesian Journal of Educational Research and Technology Vol 1, No 1 (2021): IJERT: Volume 1, Issue 1, 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (449.02 KB) | DOI: 10.17509/ijert.v1i1.32660

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The purpose of this study is to understand the influence of formal and informal learning in class. This study also intends to find an informal learning method that applied to a higher education institute. The method that applied in this study is to obtain insight into various learning processes through semi-structured interviews with several practitioners such as lecturer. After the interview is over, these interviews are transcribed and analysed with the theory-based template which has been drafted before but with an open mind emerging theme. Results show that the frequency of informal learning activities mentioned the most is searching through electronic media and the internet followed by sharing material and resources and collaborating in such discussion. This suggests that lecturers observe students formal and informal activities that students performed consciously and unconsciously. This study gives impacts and is aware of the importance to support and evoke informal learning activities within and after formal learning. The application of Informal Learning can enhance positive work ethics, communication skills, teamwork, and decision making. In addition, the informal learning model contribution is that it could establish mentorship and social events and also improve workplace relationship.
The Application of Speaking Development on the Establishment of Object Vocabulary in Student with Hearing Impairment Rusyani, Endang; Awaliah, Fauzia Nur; Maryanti, Rina; Husaeni, Dwi Fitria Al; Ragadhita, Risti; Susetyo, Budi
Indonesian Journal of Educational Research and Technology Vol 2, No 1 (2022): IJERT: Volume 2, Issue 1, 2022
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This study aims to determine the increase in the results of the application of speech development to the formation of object vocabulary in deaf children. The approach used is a quantitative approach with the Single Subject Research (SSR) experimental method in the A-B-A design. The A-B-A design used has three phases: 1) Before the intervention/treatment is given, 2) when the treatment/intervention is given in the form of speech development (B), 3) after the treatment is given (A2). The results of the study showed the mean level of the baseline-1 phase (A-1) 43.43%, the intervention phase 47.07%, and the baseline-2 phase (A-2) 51.48%. Then, in the intervention phase (B) to baseline-1 (A-1), there was a 50% overlap, while in the intervention (B) to baseline-2 (A-2) there was no 0% overlap. Each session experienced an increase, although not significantly. The influence of the intervention on the formation of the object vocabulary of deaf children can still be said to be quite increasing because it has increased both before being treated and after being given treatment. Thus it can be concluded that the application of speech development is sufficient to increase the formation of object vocabulary in deaf children. The application of speech development is very important for deaf children so that deaf children are able to function their speech organs well and so that deaf children are able to communicate with other people, both the implementation of speech development is carried out in class or providing additional classes outside of class hours.
Implementation and Acceptance of Latin Dances in Senior High School Curriculum Landero, Daryll Jay M.; Gadayan, Derick Vince; Valderama, Ian M.; Falle, Jayson A.; Calixtro Jr., Vivencio L.
Indonesian Journal of Educational Research and Technology Vol 2, No 2 (2022): IJERT: Volume 2, Issue 2, 2022
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This study is to determine how Latin dances are implemented and how students accept Latin dances as one of their core subjects. Also, this study was to highlight that there are limited studies related to the implementation and acceptance of Latin dances in the Senior high school curriculum. The study used a quantitative-correlational design and employed a complete enumeration sampling technique in selecting the respondents. The finding shows that Latin dances in the senior high school curriculum were not fully implemented and it needs to be strengthened. The acceptance of Latin dances is slightly accepted. Lastly, it was also concluded that there is a significant relationship between implementation and acceptance of Latin dance in senior high school. Thus, this research can contribute to the development of how Latin Dances teaches in Senior high school, for it provides information about the result about the implementation and acceptance of Latin dances in Senior high school curriculum.
Easy-Mushroom Mobile Application Using the Internet of Things (IoT) Thapwiroch, K.; Kumlue, A.; Saoyong, N.; Taprasan, P.; Puengsungewan, S.
Indonesian Journal of Educational Research and Technology Vol 1, No 1 (2021): IJERT: Volume 1, Issue 1, 2021
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The cultivation of mushrooms is not a simple task for traditional mushroom farmers, because the productivity of the mushroom farm depends on the ability to regulate the environment surrounding the mushroom farm. In addition, another problem for traditional mushroom farmers is that they cannot grow various types of mushrooms related to marketing. This research presents a mobile application for assisting mushroom farmers to understand the growing situation. The proposed mobile application called the easy mushroom application is based on the Internet of things (IoT) concept. The easy mushroom has been designed to analyse the humidity and light intensity relationship at a specific time. The experimental results show that the Easy-Mushroom mobile application provides a relationship between light intensity, humidity, and tolerance humidity level of mushroom.