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Indonesian Journal of Contemporary Education
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Indonesian Journal of Contemporary Education (IJoCE) is a peer-reviewed open-access international scientific journal who aims to the sharing, dissemination and discussion of the education for the global research community across the country through the dissemination of high quality research findings on professional issues that reflect diversity this field. Encourage and publish research and studies in the fields of primary, secondary school, critical pedagogy, curriculum and instruction, educational leadership, educational philosophy, educational psychology, educational technology, distance education, science education, parental education, non-formal education, early childhood education, curriculum development, design, education assessment, education supervision, education management, education policy, vocational education, social education and other relevant issues. Indonesian Journal of Contemporary Education (IJoCE) welcomes research articles, literature reviews, book reviews from various countries in the world that have high-quality on all topics related to education research to publish in this journal. Submitted papers must be written in English for initial review stage by editors and further review process by international reviewers. The whole spectrum of the research results in the field of education are welcome, which includes, but is not limited to the following topics: Consumer Education Critical Pedagogy Curriculum and Instruction Alternative Education Elementary Education Secondary Education Higher Education Mastery Learning Cooperative Learning Agricultural Education Art Education Bilingual Education Chemistry Education Counselor Education Language Education Legal Education Mathematics Education Medical Education Military Education and Training Music Education Nursing Education Peace Education Physical Education/Sports Coaching Physics Education Reading Education Religious Education Science Education Special Education Sex Education Sociology of Education Technology Education Vocational Education Educational Leadership Educational Philosophy Educational Psychology Educational Technology Distance Education
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Description of Learning Implementation in Entrepreneurship Courses Package C Program at PKBM Farilla Ilmi Padang Yolanda, Yolanda; Syuraini, Syuraini
Indonesian Journal of Contemporary Education Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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This study was motivated by the success of the Package C education program in PKBM Farilla Ilmi Kota Padang, as evidenced by the high percentage of attendance of the learning population and satisfying learning citizen test scores. The researcher suspected that the cause of the success of the Package C program was because of the implementation of learning, one of which was seen from Entrepreneurship subjects. This type of study is a quantitative descriptive study. The population in this study were 60 people who studied the Package C program. The sampling technique used was classified as a random sampling of 30 people. The technique of collecting data uses a questionnaire. While the data collection tool uses a list of statements (questionnaires). The data analysis technique uses the percentage formula. The results of the study show that the implementation of learning in the Entrepreneurship subjects in the Package C education program, seen from the learning strategies used by tutors is classified as good.
Enhancement of Physical Learning Results in Subject Matter of Dynamic Electricity through Problem Based Learning Methods on IX-B Grade Students at SMPN 3 Surabaya Setiyono, Luhur
Indonesian Journal of Contemporary Education Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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Physics learning in teaching and learning activities are known not doing interaction between students and their teachers, causing learning outcomes to be not maximal. This research aims to enhancement of physical learning results of dynamic electrical materials through problem based learning methods on IX B grade students at SMPN 3 Surabaya. The design of this research is Classroom Action Research which is carried out in two cycles with 4 stages which are planning, action, observation and reflection. The first and second cycles discuss the subject matter of dynamic electricity. The subject of this research is 38 students of IX B grade students at SMPN 3 Surabaya. The main of data collection technique used tests and observations, while supporting techniques used documentation. The results of the research show that there was an increase from cycle 1 to cycle 2. The average value of student learning outcomes in cycle 1 reached 73.42 and in cycle 2 it increased to 86.57. The classical completeness percentage of student learning outcomes in the first cycle reached 65.79% and in the second cycle increased 21.05% to 86.84%.Based on the results of the above research, it can be concluded that there is an increase in student learning outcomes after the application of the problem based learning model on subject matter of dynamic electricity on IX B grade students of SMPN 3 Surabaya, so problem based learning models can be used as alternative learning models in an effort to improve outcomes good learning.
Exploring the Standardized Root Mean Square Residual (SRMR) of Factors Influencing E-book Usage among CCA Students in the Philippines Pinedaa, Angelica Jaisel M.; Mohamadc, Almira N.; Solomon, Oluyinka; Bircob, Christal Nicole H.; Superioe, Mark Gil; Cuencof, Heidie O.; Bognot, Filipinas L.
Indonesian Journal of Contemporary Education Vol 4, No 2 (2022)
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Early adopters of e-books claimed that e-books encouraged reading, and served as a means of improving individual academic performance. This appears to be unnoticed by academics in the Philippines. Objectives: The primary goal of this work is to conduct a study reporting the standardized root mean square residual (SRMR) of factors influencing e-book usage among students and robustness of the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM). Design: The TAM criteria were used to design an online questionnaire survey focusing on the usefulness, ease of use perception, and attitude toward addressing the hypotheses to the structural equation model for using e-books. The questionnaire’s validity was confirmed by four specialists. The participants are undergraduates at City College of Angeles, Philippines. A total of 348 responses was analyze with aids of SmartPLS version 3.3.2. Results show that these four factors are related to each other and have a strong influence on e-book usage and adoption. Also indicated that perceived usefulness (PU) is the most significant and perceived ease of use (PEU) indicated the least supported. A total 65% variance explained, SRMR 0.08 NFI above 0.9 and RMS_theta 0.12 achieved. Ultimately, a thorough analysis of the study is recommended for future researchers.
Are Stock Market Training Programs worth it? Manda, Vijaya Kittu
Indonesian Journal of Contemporary Education Vol 4, No 1 (2022)
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Personal Finance, Investing, and Trading are life skills that prepare individuals to become financially comfortable in their lives and lead happy life. While some of these skills can be acquired from family members or can be drawn from first-hand personal experiences, training programs are found to make a profound positive impact. A questionnaire is administered to 278 stock market participants to understand the impact of stock market training programs conducted in the form of seminars and webinars. The study finds that the training programs have given substantial edge in their trading and investing activities and are worth spending time and money on them. Self-experiences, training programs, and stock market books are the most significant sources of stock market wisdom. Findings from this research can help financial intermediaries in better building investor awareness programs.
Description of Member Disciplines in Scouting Extracurricular Activities at Vocational High School (SMKN) 1 Sintuk Toboh Gadang Padang Pariaman Regency Laila, Ela; ‘Aini, Wirdatul
Indonesian Journal of Contemporary Education Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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This study is motivated by the success of scouting activities at Vocational High School (SMKN) 1 Sintuk Toboh Gadang Padang Pariaman Regency. Evident from the high interest of students participating in scout extracurricular activities compared to other extracurricular activities, scouting members participated, seriously participated in the activities, outstanding members participated in various competitions within the Province and outside the province. The researcher suspects the cause of the success of the activity due to the discipline of scout members. This type of study is descriptive quantitative. The population in the study were 82 scout members. The sampling technique uses Stratified Random Sampling. Samples were taken in each class as much as 60%, namely 49 members. The technique of collecting data uses a questionnaire. The data collection tool uses a questionnaire. The data analysis technique uses the percentage formula. The results of the study show the discipline of scout members from aspects (1) mental attitude, (2) implementation of rules, (3) behavior, categorized very well. It was proven that most students stated "often" from the statement given
Increased Learning Outcomes of Class VIII D Students in Cultural Arts and Skills Subjects on Illustrated Image Materials Through Project Based Learning Models at SMP Negeri 3 Surabaya Purnawati, Nina
Indonesian Journal of Contemporary Education Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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This study aims to determine the increase in learning achievement of students of class VIII D of SMP Negeri 3 Surabaya through the application of Project Based Learning (PjBL) methods in Cultural Arts and Skills subjects on illustrated image material. This type of research is classroom action research (CAR) carried out in 2 cycles of action. The research subjects were 38 people consisting of 15 male students and 23 female students. The research data was collected using observation methods and interview methods with assessment rubric instruments. Data from the research results were analyzed using descriptive statistical analysis methods and quantitative descriptive analysis methods. The results of data analysis showed that there was an increase in the learning outcomes of students of class VIII D of SMP Negeri 3 Surabaya from the application of the PjBL method in the first cycle of 78.56% who were in the low criteria experienced an increase in the second cycle to 91.23% classified as high criteria. Thus it can be concluded that the application of the PjBL method can improve the learning outcomes of class VIII D students of SMP Negeri 3 Surabaya on illustrated image materials.
Monetary Policy Schocks and Economic Growth in Nigeria Toriola, Anu K.; Adeniwura, Oluwatoba O.; Lawale, Francis Olawale; Eyeke, Anayo V.; Nwakpa, Friday C.; Adeniran, Isaac
Indonesian Journal of Contemporary Education Vol 4, No 2 (2022)
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This study examines monetary policy shocks and economic growth in Nigeria. This study following ex post facto research design employed a regression model where economic growth was the dependent variable while money supply, inflation and interest rate were the explanatory variables. Time series data over the period of 1986 to 2018 sourced from Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Statistical Bulletin and World Bank Development Index (WDI) was utilized. The study employed the Vector Autoregression (VAR) techniques in the analysis. The result of the vector autoregression estimation shows that money supply exert a significant positive effect on economic growth in Nigeria while inflation and interest rate exert an insignificant positive effect on economic growth in Nigeria. The result proves that monetary policy shocks exert a significant effect on economic growth in Nigeria while interest rate and inflation do not show any effect. It was recommended that the CBN should ensure the downward review of the Monetary Policy Rate of 12% to 9 percent so as to enhance more financial accessibility.
Improving Speaking Ability of Students in English Introduction Material Through Snowball Throwing Games in Class VII B SMPN 3 Surabaya Kustiningsih, Endah Sri
Indonesian Journal of Contemporary Education Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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The ability of students in class VII at SMPN 3 Surabaya to speak English is still low from year to year with indicators when expressing English verbally often stopping in the middle of a conversation, the average duration of speaking is under 5 minutes, using very limited vocabulary, lacking courage start talking in English both to the teacher and to classmates. The snowball throwing learning model is a type of cooperative learning that is designed like a ball throwing game. This method aims to provoke creativity in making questions while testing the absorption of material delivered by the group leader. By using the snowball throwing model in Classroom Action Research (CAR) conducted on students of class VII B in semester 1 of SMPN 3 Surabaya, it is expected that this game can improve students' speaking skills in English. Test instruments in the form of performance tests, formative and interviews were previously judged content by expert academics. From processing the formative performance test results in 2 cycles, the talk duration of students increased by an average of 8 minutes, mastery of vocabulary more with the use of diction better and correct, from the results of interviews showed students were more motivated to talk and learning was felt fun. It was concluded that the snowball throwing method was able to improve the speaking ability of VII B students of SMPN 3 Surabaya in English.
Picture Word Inductive Model (PWIM) on Students’ Vocabulary Achievement and Attitude Bermillo, Joanne Echalico; Remollo, Emelda Roma
Indonesian Journal of Contemporary Education Vol 4, No 1 (2022)
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Picture Word Inductive Model (PWIM) is an inquiry-based vocabulary strategy which uses pictures to transmit information to the learners. This study investigated how PWIM affected the vocabulary achievement and attitude of the Grade 8 students. There were 50 participants of the study, 25 from the group exposed to PWIM and 25 from the group not exposed to PWIM. The vocabulary achievements of the students were identified using the 64-item teacher-made pre-test, posttest, and retention test. Students’ attitudes towards vocabulary learning were determined through a 20-item Likert-Scale Questionnaire on The Learners’ Attitude Towards Vocabulary Learning adapted from Gimolatan (2016). Results showed that the group exposed to PWIM strategy outperformed the unexposed group in vocabulary achievement in terms of posttest and retention test. Non-PWIM strategy was able to increase the students’ vocabulary achievement, but the increase was not as high as of the learners exposed to PWIM. Also, the students exposed to PWIM improved their attitude towards vocabulary learning from moderately positive to positive attitude while the group not exposed to PWIM remained to have a moderately positive attitude. Moreover, the vocabulary achievement of students exposed to PWIM was significantly higher than the students who were not exposed to PWIM. There was also a significant difference on the attitude of the students exposed and not exposed to PWIM towards vocabulary learning. Thus, PWIM was effective in improving the students’ vocabulary achievement as well as in enhancing their attitude towards vocabulary learning.
Perception of Dasawisma Members on Innovation in Making of Nutrition Parks in PKK Food Program at the Jorong Parak Lubang Jeniati, Kharisa; ‘Aini, Wirdatul
Indonesian Journal of Contemporary Education Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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This study is motivated by the success of innovation in the making of nutrition parks in the Family Empowerment and Welfare (PKK) Food Program in Jorong Parak Lubang Nagari Tanjuang Gadang in Lima Puluh Kota Regency. This study aims to describe the perceptions of dasawisma members on the innovation of making nutritional parks in PKK food programs which are seen from five characteristics of innovation: relative benefits, level of suitability, level of complexity, can be tried, the slow pace of results seen. This type of study is quantitative descriptive study. The population in this study were 80 people. The sample in this study was taken 50% of the population, namely 40 dasawisma members using cluster random sampling technique. Data collection techniques used are questionnaires or questionnaires, while data analysis uses a percentage formula. The results showed that the perceptions of dasawisma members on the innovation of nutrition parks making activities on PKK food programs seen from (a) relative benefits showed very good, (b) the level of suitability showed very good, (c) the level of complexity showed very good, (d) can be tried showing very well, (e) the slow pace of results seen very good shows.

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