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Indonesian Journal of Educational Review (IJER)
ISSN : -     EISSN : 23558407     DOI : https://doi.org/10.21009/ijer
Core Subject : Education,
Indonesian Journal of Educational Review (IJER) is printed in Indonesia and published twice a year by the School of Graduate, Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Indonesia. IJER is dedicated to advancing knowledge and understanding of theory, research and evaluation practices in the fields of educational issues and educational issues related to others interdisciplinary in terms of input, process, output, outcomes and impact for an education system and their implementation.
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A EFFECT OF THE STUDENTS’ LEARNING INDEPENDENCE, SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE, AND ENGLISH READING SKILLS ON THEIR WRITING SKILLS OF ENGLISH RECOUNT TEXTS Maskur; Burhanuddin Tola; Maruf Akbar
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The aims of this research was to determine the effect of learning independence and social intelligence on English reading skills as well as on writing skills of English recount texts, both directly and indirectly. The method used in this study is a causal survey method, with a path analysis technique to test the effect of exogenous variables on endogenous variables. The population of this study was all students of Public Senior High School (SMAN), Grade XI in zone 2 in Depok District. A sample of 332 respondents was taken using cluster random sampling techniques for zone selection and simple random sampling for school and respondent selection. Data were collected using questionnaires for learning independence, social intelligence, and tests for reading skills and writing skills in English. The results showed that to some extent there was a positive effect both directly and indirectly of the students’ learning independence, social intelligence, and English reading skills on their writing skills for English recount texts.
A TEACHERS’ PERCEPTION OF CONTINUOUS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT “CPD” EFFECTIVENESS IN HIGHER EDUCATION IN KURDISTAN Mahdi A Qader
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This research project is a case study conducted to investigate "Teachers’ perceptions of CPD effectiveness in Higher Education in Kurdistan". This will show the impact of CPD at the institutional and individual levels, as well as to highlight the current CPD policies at the selected organization. The participants in this study were 120 teachers. The research took a quantitative approach and data were collected using close-ended questionnaires. For data analysis, the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) was used. The findings indicate that CPD has a crucial role in the delivery of teaching. However, practitioners note that the sector dynamic is not organized. In other words, findings revealed a mismatch between individual needs and CPD policy, for instance, lack of ICT. In addition, it might be that policymakers are not addressing issues that have the potential to impact the higher education sector.
AN ANALYSIS OF QUALITY CONTROL IN EFFORTS TO REDUCE THE LEVEL OF PRODUCT DEFECTS AT PT. MAG Isna Zulfa Azmi; Oktora Yogi Sari
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The increasing number of bag factories throughout Indonesia that have well-known brands and every manufacturer is required to provide products of good quality. Poor product quality will cause consumers to move to other similar products. So in the production of bags, the thing that must be considered by the company is the quality of its products. In this study, the authors aim to analyze quality control in a production process and identify several factors that cause disability in the product, PT. MAG is a bag company that is demanded to control the quality of the production process. This study uses a six sigma analysis tool consisting of five steps, namely using the DMAIC method (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control). Based on the results of the study there are three types of disabilities in the production process, including cutting, zippers, and broken bag straps with an average sigma value of 2.48 with a DPMO value of 20256.92. Factors affecting the production process are human, machine, environment, equipment, raw materials, and methods. In this case, the company can use the Six Sigma method because it is still in the medium category.
A DEVELOPMENT OF FLIP BOOKMAKER BASED MODULE AS A SUPPORT OF E-LEARNING IN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Farida Nurlaila; Vandalita MM Rambitan; Sukartiningsih
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The progress of science and technology in the era of globalization, especially the era of the industrial revolution 4.0, Affected the use of the internet in the learning process. Conventional learning begins to be integrated with electronic learning or e-learning so that students can learn anytime and anywhere. The purpose of this study is to produce a learning media e-module based on flip bookmakers that is feasible and effective for use in biology subjects at Samarinda City Public High School. The research method follows the Borg and Gall development procedure with 4 main stages, namely 1) pre-development 2) initial development 3) development 4) application. The results showed that the flip book-based e-module media in biology in Samarinda City High School got an average score of 89.26%, included in the very valid category. The response of students got an assessment of 82.21% included in the very good category. This shows that the e-modules produced are suitable for use in learning. From the pretest and posttest, the gain score is 0.75 in the high category, and the students' score is more than 80% above the KKM, proving the use of e-modules is very effective in learning.
ANALYSIS OF THE ROLE OF TEACHERS AND HEADMASTER IN IMPLEMENTING CURRICULUM 2013 Iskandar Iskandar
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The study was to describe the role of teachers and headmaster in implementing curriculum 2013. The study was a qualitative approach. Research instrument is the researchers our self. Data collecting technique were used deep-interview, participation observation, and documentation. Reseach subjects are headmaster, vice headmaster, teacher, siswa, and school committee members with snowball. Key informan is principal. Research objects are: persons, concept, place, and activities. Verification of data was done by credibility, transferability, dependability, and comfirmability criteria. The research findings that: 1) The roles of teachers in curriculum implementation are as translator, counselor, evaluator, leader; facilitator, drafter, actor, participant, and motivator; 2) headmaster has role as planning, implementation, and evaluation; 3) the head of the madrasah has a larger role than the teachers, because the headmaster as one who give influence in the implementation of the curriculum at the school, while the teachers practice in the classroom. However, the two sides could collaborate with each other, so that the implementation of the curriculum can be run well; and 4) the implementation of the curriculum in MAN 3 Jakarta can be done well, thanks to the support of students, parents, school committees, and related parties
STUDENTS’ QUESTIONS IN INQUIRY-BASED CHEMISTRY CLASSROOMS Winnie Sim Siew Li; Mohamad Yusof Arshad
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Questioning plays an important part in the teaching and learning science. Previous research has extensively focused on teachers‟ questions compared to students‟ questions. Research of students‟ questions is vital as it shows how students think and their understanding of a content studied. Hence, this research focuses on students‟ questions, types of questions asked and the sequence(s) after students‟ question. Twenty three chemistry teachers and their students of national secondary schools were involved in this study. Ninety two chemistry lessons were observed, audio and video recorded. Transcript of the lessons showed that students‟ questions were mainly related to content or science process skills as emphasised in inquiry teaching and learning. However, most questions asked by students were low order closed questions. The sequence after students‟ questions with the highest percentage (83.33%) was IR (Initiation from student, followed by teachers‟ response). This sequence showed that chemistry teachers in this study did not display inquiry-based questioning characteristics because in inquiry teaching, teachers should avoid responding to students‟ questions. Instead, they should provide opportunities for students to respond to their friends‟ questions. Hence, teachers should move towards student initiated inquiry, where students ask higher order thinking questions and increasing the interaction among the students.
MENTORING PRACTICES IN PNU PARTNER SCHOOLS : TOWARDS POLICY CREATION IN CAPACITY BUILDING OF COOPERATING TEACHERS FOR EFFECTIVE MENTORING Josephine M Calamlam; Darryl Roy T; Annabelle DC Palmeiry; Ma. Victoria J Delos Santos
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The practice of mentoring student teachers seeks the much needed intervention and reform in the preparation of future teacher professionals who will eventually implement the K-12 Curriculum in the Philippines. The present study investigated on the perception of student teachers on the way they were mentored during their practice teaching in the selected partner schools. Additionally, this paper presents the beliefs and practices of cooperating teachers which student teachers perceive to be effective in the mentoring process. Data gathered from surveys and interviews with student teachers and cooperating teachers for this study pointed the strengths of the mentoring program as well as pitfalls that need to be addressed. The cooperating teachers in the different partner schools identified elements which are believed to be areas of concern that make them feel the need to undergo capability building. The findings presented here are intended to inform the development of policies in building cooperating teachers‟ capability for effective mentoring.
TEACHER PROFESSIONALISM: A STUDY ON TEACHER’S PROFESSIONAL AND PEDAGOGIC COMPETENCE AT VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOLS IN THE NORTHERN COASTAL OF JAKARTA Bunyamin Bunyamin
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This paper discusses teachers‟ professionalism. These teachers‟ competences are summarized in four competences, namely professional competence, pedagogic competence, personal competence, and social competence. This study focused on both teachers‟ professional and pedagogic competences. This study was carried out on teachers of Vocational High Schools in The Northern Coastal of Jakarta. The questionnaire, observation, interview, and document were used in this study. The result was analyzed in the percentage through quantitative data analysis. The percentage result was scaled to determine the teachers‟ professional and pedagogic competences. It was revealed that 81.6% of 358 teachers, or 292 teachers, had a good professionalism. Moreover, 222 teachers (62.3%) have mastered the material for teaching well. Teachers‟ professional competence belonged to low category (43.2%). And finally, from pedagogic side, their professional belonged to medium level (69.7%). Based on the research result, it is important to be stated again here that the teachers‟ position, as professional element, should be improved and enhanced their role as the agent of teaching-learning process in the schools. This role will also focus on improving the quality of education in national level as well as the human resources of Indonesia in general.
PRINCIPALS’ PERFORMANCE IN SOUTH SUMATERA PROVINCE, INDONESIA Dwi Priyono
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The objective of this research is to study the extent of correlation between self-concept, empathy, and emotional intelligence with the principals‟ performance. The research relied on survey method by using correlation technique. The population is the principals of the public Senior High Schools in the South Sumatera Province. The result shows:1) there is a positive correlation between self-concept and the principals‟ performance by correlation coefficient ry1= 0,451 and the equation of simple linier regression = 8,188 + 0,970X1; 2) there is a positive correlation between empathy and the principal‟s performance by correlation coefficient ry2 = 0,685 accounted variance r2 y1 = 0.469 and the equation of simple linier regression = 36, 352 + 0.695x2.; 3) there is positive correlation between emotional intelligence and the principals‟ performance by correlation coefficient ry3 = 0,685 accounted variance r2 y3 = 0,469 and the equation of simple linier regression = 30,752 + 0,775x3. ; 4) there is a positive correlation between there predicator variables and the principals‟ performance by correlation coefficient ry.123 = 0,748 accounted variance r2 y.123 = 0,560 and the equation of simple linier regression = 33, 172 + 0,003X1 + 0,297X2+ 0,441X3. All the testing were at = 0.001 level of significance.
DEVELOPMENT MODEL OF ADMINISTRATOR COMPETENCE STANDARD OF OIL PALM PLANTATION Muhammad Sapruwan
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Indonesian oil palm plantation is progressing very rapidly, even it becomes business perspectives in the future. It has high competitiveness in the world market, unfortunately it is not supported by competent human resources in the field of administration. This occurs because of no mapping in the standard of administrators competence of oil palm plantations up to this time. Research and development of this model aims to produce a standard product competence administrators of oil palm plantations. The result of this research can be used to determine the position of human resources to meet the requirements of a competent workforce in objective, valid and reliable way . At conceptual development and empirical testing stages performed a series of feasibility studies, they are ; expert review of experts, the position holders review, linguists review and field trials. The analytical method used are a qualitative and quantitative.The result of the research competence of administrators obtained seven dimensions: accounting, finance, payroll, plant, purchasing, warehousing, and personnel. The highest reliability coefficient test result is on the financial dimension, and the lowest is on the dimensions of the plant.

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