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Dinamika Jurnal Pendidikan Dasar
ISSN : 2655870X     EISSN : -     DOI : -
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Dinamika is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that publishes different kinds of scientific articles based on the research-article and ideas-article. Dinamika aims to provide a platform for the publication of the most advanced high-quality research in the areas of learning, development, instruction, and teaching at elementary level.
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The Influence of School Environment Conditions, Teacher Professional Competency, and Learning Facilities on IPS Learning Interests in State SD Students in Kecamatan Sambungmacan Maya Yulita Supriehhatin; Sarwanto Sarwanto; Ajat Sudrajat
Dinamika Jurnal Ilmiah Pendidikan Dasar Vol 14, No 1 (2022): Dinamika Jurnal Ilmiah Pendidikan Dasar
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30595/dinamika.v14i1.10856

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The results of the observations show that in the learning process in the Elementary School of Connectmacan District, there are still many fifth grade students who are not enthusiastic about participating in learning, this shows that the students' interest in learning social studies is low. This study aims to analyze the influence of the conditions of the learning environment, teacher professional competence, and learning facilities on the students' interest in social studies learning at SDN Connectmacan District. This study uses a quantitative design with an emphasis on explanation (explanatory research). The population of all students in grade V SD Negeri in the Asri Cluster, Kontakmacan District, Academic Year 2019/2020, totaling 8 SD. The sample was taken 4 SDN with simple random sampling technique. Data collection in the form of questionnaires and documentation. The questionnaire instrument was first tested for validity and reliability on students other than respondents. The data analysis technique used the Multiple Linear Regression test. The results showed that there was a positive and significant influence on the condition of the school environment on interest in learning social studies. There is a positive and significant effect of teacher professional competence on interest in learning social studies. There is a positive and significant influence of learning facilities on interest in social studies learning. There is a positive and significant influence on the variable school environment conditions, teacher professional competence, and learning facilities simultaneously on interest in learning.
INCREASING LEARNING MOTIVATION AND LEARNING OUTCOMES IN MATHEMATICS USING MODULES FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS aan titik triyanto; Ine Kusuma Aryani
Dinamika Jurnal Ilmiah Pendidikan Dasar Vol 14, No 1 (2022): Dinamika Jurnal Ilmiah Pendidikan Dasar
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30595/dinamika.v14i1.11541

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Abstract. This study aims to look at the use of modules to improve learning motivation and learning outcomes in mathematics for elementary schools. Modules are a source of learning in learning activities. Modules can be either manual or e-modules. The type of data used is secondary data. The method used in this research is the literature study method. The data obtained were compiled, analyzed, and concluded in  to get conclusions about the literature study. Based on the research results of literature studies from several research results and books and journal articles, it shows that: (1) the use of modules can increase student motivation. (2) the use of modules can improve student learning outcomes.    
THE PRINCIPAL'S OF LEADERSHIP STYLE ON TEACHERS PERFORMANCE Budi Suroso; Subuh Anggoro
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30595/dinamika.v14i1.11557

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ABSTRACTPrincipal leadership and  teacher performance are inseparable things . Improving the quality of education is determined by the human resources involved in the education process.   There are many factors that can improve teacher work performance. One of them is the leadership of the principal. The leadership style of the principal is very influential on performance. teacher  This study aims to analyze the effect of the principal's competence on ork motivation and teacher performance. This research is a qualitative study using a survey. Data collection was carried out using a questionnaire and analyzed using  with the samples studied were principals and teachers. From the results of research in the field it is concluded that in general the principal's performance is fairly good, and this has an impact on the good performance of teachers as well.
Readiness Level of Elementary Schools in Berkoh Purwokerto Selatan, in Implementing E-Learning during the Pandemic Muhamad Kris Takris; Ana Andriani Andriani
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30595/dinamika.v14i1.11570

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Abstract. The Covid-19 pandemic has an impact on the world of education, namely the use of technology for learning. This study aims to determine the level of readiness of E-Learning in three elementary schools in the Berkoh Village. Survey research method, using a sample for the entire population. Participants come from the principal and teachers. The questionnaire instrument was used to measure the readiness to use learning technology, the readiness of infrastructure in schools, the readiness of school organizations, and additional information. Retrieval of data as much as 15 samples from 21 total populations. Data processing techniques and data analysis using descriptive statistical methods. From the four indicators of readiness, Of the four indicators of readiness coded into a readiness value.  Results SDN 1 Berkoh Not ready needs a lot of work, SDN 2 Berkoh is Ready but needs a few improvement, and SDN 3 Not ready needs some of work
The Efect of Problem Posing Learning Assisted Origami Paper on Creative Thinking Skill Students Mulyono Yono yono; Akhmad Djazuli
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30595/dinamika.v14i1.11669

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Abstract. The research aimed to see the effect problem posing to creative thinking skills and students achievement-assisted origami paper. Problem posing used to increase students skill not only to find knowledge accidentally but trough the effort to find relationship knowledge their learn. The result from relationship knowledge was question or answer from their filed self so they understand the way to solve the problem using origami paper to attract student’s attention and strengthen student understanding. Literacy study was used in this research. The data obtained were compiled, analyzed, and concluded to get conclusions about the effect of origami paper in the problem posing learning to creative thinking skill students. Based on the results of this research using literacy studies from several research journals and articles show that problem posing has effect of origami paper on creative thinking skills students and students achievement.
THE IMPACT OF TEAM-BASED LEARNING IN THE TEACHING CAMPUS PROGRAM ON STUDENT SELF-EFFICACY AND TEACHER PROFESSIONALISM Tono Suwartono; Feisal Aziez; Lutfi Istikharoh; Miftahul Furqon; Shelia Anjarani; Saefurrohman Saefurrohman; Santhy Hawanti; Faisal Faisal
Dinamika Jurnal Ilmiah Pendidikan Dasar Vol 14, No 1 (2022): Dinamika Jurnal Ilmiah Pendidikan Dasar
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30595/dinamika.v14i1.12978

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This study aims to investigate the impact of team-based learning practice in the Teaching Campus program on the participating students' self-efficacy and the school mentor teachers' professionalism. A mixed methods approach was employed in this research. A total of 44 students (comprising 22 students who participated in the Teaching Campus program and 22 students who did not take the program) and seven teachers in partner schools were involved in the study. A questionnaire survey to assess students self-efficacy was administered. Interviews with teachers were also conducted to evaluate how much the program affected their professionalism during the activity. The responses obtained from questionnaires were analyzed using the inferential statistical tool of T-test, whereas the qualitative data elicited from interviews were analyzed using a thematic procedure. The ex-post facto design comparing self-efficacy of the two groups has shown that there is a significant difference, where the students who took part in the Teaching Campus program are  superior over those who did not. In addition, the teachers who co-worked with the students in their schools have stated that they benefited from the scheme. These results have strong implications for the 'Freedom to Learn - Freedom Campus' policy in current Indonesia's higher education system, more specifically the 'Teaching Campus' program, which includes team-based learning as an essential component. Betterment in its implementation is encouraged to make, according to results of this study.
Intellectual Philosophy in Pondok Studies KHAIRUL NIZAM BIN ZAINAL BADRI
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30595/dinamika.v14i1.13103

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Pondok studies are the legacy of the education system in the archipelago which is centered on customary, cultural and religious molds in the Malay-Islamic context. The influx of modern education into Malaya as a result of Western colonialism has not only marginalized the role of pondok studies, but also provoked negative criticism of the pattern of education practiced by pondok studies which is said to be outdated and irrelevant to meet market demands. Motivated by this statement, this study seeks to trace the education system practiced in cottage studies, which has been instrumental in producing many scholarly figures both locally and internationally. To carry out the study, qualitative methods were used, and a document analysis approach was chosen to examine books, journals and periodical articles related to the study subject. The results of the study found that the education system in the pondok studies, has its own uniqueness and privilege in developing human potential through the idea of thinking. In the pondok curriculum, the appreciation of thinking must be directed to true knowledge rather than based on conjecture. In conclusion, the pondok education system is still relevant to these cutting -edge educational needs. In fact, on the one hand, the pondok education system is seen as more effective and more honest in developing human potential in terms of thought and behavior at a time when the current education system is too inclined to produce factory-based human products, to meet capitalist wants.
Developing Conceptual and Procedural Knowledge/Skills of Lifelong Learners from Basic to Advance Learning: Exemplars, Challenges and Future Direction Ng Khar Thoe; Junainah Jamaludin; Yee Jiea Pang; Careemah Choong; Yoon Fah Lay; Eng Tek Ong; Kamalambal Durairaj; Corrienna Abdul Talib; Chee Keong Chin
Dinamika Jurnal Ilmiah Pendidikan Dasar Vol 14, No 1 (2022): Dinamika Jurnal Ilmiah Pendidikan Dasar
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30595/dinamika.v14i1.13164

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Developing conceptual and procedural knowledge or skills of learners is ‘part and parcel’ of the roles of educators involved in teaching science and social science subjects. This article aims to espouse numerous educational reforms implemented locally, regionally, and internationally during the past decades, with exemplars and challenges elaborated. The mixed-method approach is selected as a research framework that includes the collection of qualitative data (mainly from documentary analysis, interviews, observation, and open-ended responses) and quantitative data (mainly from survey questionnaires). This article reports mainly qualitative findings that are summarised from mixed-modes of analysis on data collected through systematic review and ‘multiple-case design’, including ‘cross-case and within-case analysis’ on how conceptual and procedural knowledge and skills of learners could be enhanced through the implementation of various technology-integrated project-based programmes incorporating various effective strategies anchored on hybrid approaches in replacement of traditional methods. Case exemplars are illustrated with how these programmes serve as platforms for basic education and foundation courses from basic to advanced learning among lifelong learners. The analysis of a local programme to promote Year 4 students’ (N = 33) primary science learning using the 5E constructivist model revealed that students were mentally engaged in learning science concepts, interacting with new experiences, and able to correct misconceptions with enhanced conceptual and procedural knowledge and skills on the taught topics ‘Scientific Skills, Life Processes of Humans, and Properties of Materials’ as reflected in their increased mean scores of science achievement analysed statistically. The implementation of the ‘Learning Science and Mathematics Together’ (LeSMaT) student-centered regional learning programme that provided a guide for expected project output is also illustrated with an exemplar of how learners’ conceptual and procedural knowledge and skills in ‘environmental education’ were enhanced through the preparation of the project required for this program. The analysis of social science learning involving building foundation knowledge in economics through an international research-based internship programme revealed that students’ conceptual and procedural knowledge and skills in ‘economics’ were enhanced with the input on research methodology and the need to produce a report, which tied in with theories and the experience of their placements in various business settings that provided real-life experience related to economic issues faced during the pandemic. In the end, the significance and implications of the study are discussed with ideas for how to move forward.  
Exploring the Effect of Science Teachers’ Age Group on Technological Knowledge, Technological Content and Pedagogical Knowledge in Augmented Reality Nelson Cyril; Ng Khar Thoe; Deva Nanthini Sinniah; Murugan Rajoo; Sivaranjini Sinniah; Wan Noor Adzmin; Yoon Fah Lay; Sharfuddin Abdul Shukor
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30595/dinamika.v14i1.13302

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This study describes the effect of science teachers’ cognizance of technological knowledge, technological content and pedagogical knowledge towards augmented reality across five age groups. This pilot study involved 44 science teachers from Penang, Malaysia using a 5-point Likert scale instrument. The administered survey instruments consisted of 18 questions on technological knowledge; technological content knowledge; and technological pedagogical knowledge. The analyses showed that generally teachers had good technological knowledge but their technological content and pedagogical knowledge seemed to be less.  The results also showed that two items had significant differences using the Kruskal Wallis non-parametric test. The findings would be used as a tool to revise the servicing teachers’ technological practices using augmented reality incorporated in their daily teaching and learning sessions to obtain better learning outcomes. The research findings could also be used for further research exploring other variables affecting teachers’ technological knowledge. The intervention may be used in teachers’ training curriculum and continuing professional development in terms of determining their level of technological content and pedagogical knowledge that would increase the interest of students in learning and exploring science using Augmented Reality.  

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