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2022 ◽  
Vol 34 (3) ◽  
pp. 0-0

This paper studies the motivation of learning law, compares the teaching effectiveness of two different teaching methods, e-book teaching and traditional teaching, and analyses the influence of e-book teaching on the effectiveness of law by using big data analysis. From the perspective of law student psychology, e-book teaching can attract students' attention, stimulate students' interest in learning, deepen knowledge impression while learning, expand knowledge, and ultimately improve the performance of practical assessment. With a small sample size, there may be some deficiencies in the research results' representativeness. To stimulate the learning motivation of law as well as some other theoretical disciplines in colleges and universities has particular referential significance and provides ideas for the reform of teaching mode at colleges and universities. This paper uses a decision tree algorithm in data mining for the analysis and finds out the influencing factors of law students' learning motivation and effectiveness in the learning process from students' perspective.

2022 ◽  
Vol 12 ◽  
Hong-Ren Chen ◽  
Wen-Chiao Hsu

Flipped learning could improve the learning effectiveness of students. However, some studies have pointed out the limitations related to flipped classrooms because the content of the flipped course does not vary according to the needs of the students. On the other hand, adaptive teaching, which customizes the learning mode according to the individual needs of students, can make up for some of the shortcomings of flipped teaching. This study combines adaptive teaching with flipped teaching and applies it to face-to-face classroom activities. The purpose of this research is to explore whether the implementation of flipping and adaptive learning in a computer programming course can improve the learning effectiveness of students. The experimental subjects of this study are the sophomore students in the Department of Information Management. The flipped classroom with adaptive instruction has been realized in the limited course time. This study uses questionnaires to collect pre- and post-test data on the “learning motivation” of students. The learning effectiveness was evaluated based on the students' previous programming course (C language) and the semester scores of this course. Research results show that the post-test “learning motivation” has improved overall compared with the pre-test, and the learning effect is significant. The results of this research not only prove the effectiveness of modern teaching theories in programming courses but also lay the foundation for future teaching design.

2022 ◽  
Vol 1 (1) ◽  
pp. 12-18
Kathryn Holmes ◽  
Greg Preston

Education can be a measure of the progress and quality of life of a nation, so it is said that the progress of a nation and state can be achieved by one of the reforms in terms of education. In education, there are two terms, namely pedagogy and andragogy. Pedagogy is known as the education of children, while andragogy can be interpreted as the science and art of teaching adults. Children's education will take place in the form of assimilation, identification, and imitation; while adult education focuses on improving their lives, providing skills and abilities to solve problems, so what is identical here is brain training for adults. The difference between pedagogy and andragogy lies in the different assumptions about the personality of students, such as the concept of students, student experience, readiness to learn, orientation towards learning from their learning motivation. And from these assumptions, it can be distinguished in terms of the process which includes elements of atmosphere, planning, needs diagnosis, formulation, objectives, lesson plans, learning activities, and assessments.

2022 ◽  
pp. 073563312110604
Jian-Wen Fang ◽  
Dan Shao ◽  
Gwo-Jen Hwang ◽  
Shao-Chen Chang

Scholars believe that computational thinking is one of the essential competencies of the 21st century and computer programming courses have been recognized as a potential means of fostering students’ computational thinking. In tradition instruction, PFCT (problem identification, flow definition, coding, and testing) is a commonly adopted procedure to guide students to learn and practice computer programming. However, without further guidance, students might focus on learning the syntax of computer programming language rather than the concept of solving problems. This study proposes a peer-assessment-supported PFCT (PA-PFCT) approach for boosting students’ computer programming knowledge and computational thinking awareness. A quasi-experiment was conducted on a computer programming course in a high school to evaluate its influence on students’ learning achievement, computational thinking awareness, learning motivation, and self-efficacy. An experimental group of 51 students learned with the proposed approach, while a control group of 49 students learned with the traditional PFCT (T-PFCT) approach. The experimental results show that the proposed approach significantly enhanced the students’ computational thinking awareness, learning motivation, and self-efficacy, while not having significant impacts on their computer programming knowledge test scores.

Kelly Schrum ◽  
Niall Majury ◽  
Anne Laure Simonelli ◽  
Sarah Bodgewiecz

There is growing attention to student assessments designed to reach beyond the classroom, including assessments with an immediate or future audience. The impact of audience, however, has not been examined in multimodal assessments across continents, institutions, disciplines, and teaching contexts. Using qualitative data, this article examines the impact on student learning of incorporating audience and awareness of audience in diverse settings through multimodal projects. These include a core assignment in an interdisciplinary, semester-long graduate class in the United States, a year-long capstone project for geography undergraduates in Northern Ireland, and a supplemental assignment for graduate and undergraduate biology students in Norway. This article investigates the impact of audience through multimodal assessments across these three settings and concludes that it can positively influence student learning, motivation, and skill development.

2022 ◽  
Vol 2 (2) ◽  
pp. 64-70
Liharman Pintubatu ◽  
Zuldesmi Zuldesmi ◽  
David O. Mapaliey

ARTIKEL HUBUNGAN MOTIVASI BELAJAR DENGAN HASIL BELAJAR PEKERJAAN DASAR OTOMOTIF SISWA JURUSAN TKR SMK NEGERI 1 LOLAK Dr. Eng. Zuldesmi, ST, M, Eng, David O. Mapaliey, ST, M. Eng. Liharman Pintubatu ABSTRAK Pendidikan merupakan salah satu proses kegiatan pembentukan sikap kepribadian, keterampilan dan meningkatkan potensi diri setiap orang untuk menghadapi masa depan. Pada umumnya sikap kepribadian siswa ditentukan oleh pendidikan, pengalaman, dan latihan-latihan yang dilalui sejak kecil. Keadaan di SMK Negeri 1 Lolak bahwa, motivasi belajar siswa masih rendah dalam pembelajaran Pekerjaan dasar otomotif (PDO) terlihat dari aktifitas didalam kelas, kurang antusias dalam belajar dan mengerjakan soal saat diberikan guru, tidak mengerti apa yang akan dipelajari, dan tidak memahami mengapa sesuatu itu perlu dipelajari yang akhirnya kegiatan belajar-mengajar kurang efisien, siswa tidak kondusif pada saat guru menjelaskan. Dengan demikian tujuan yang hendak dicapai dalam penelitian ini yaitu Mengetahui hubungan motivasi belajar dengan hasil mengajar pekerjaan dasar otomotif Siswa Jurusan TKR SMK Negeri 1 Lolak Tahun Pembelajaran 2019/2020. Metode penelitian yang digunakan adalah metode penelitian kualitatif. Dan hasil penelitian: diperoleh hasil Tingkat motivasi belajar siswa bernilai 3,09 dengan nilai rata-rata tertinggi menunjukkan pada ulet dan tidak putus asa 3,29, nilai rata-rata terendah berada pada tekun dalam menghadapi tugas 2,94. Hal ini menunjukkan bahwa motivasi belajar siswa di SMK Negeri 1 Lolak dikategorikan baik. “Kata kunci: Hubungan motivasi dengan hasil belajar pekerjaan dasar otomotif THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN LEARNING MOTIVATION WITH THE RESULT OF LEARNING THE BASIC AUTOMOTIVE WORK OF TKR STUDENTS IN SMK NEGERI 1 LOLAK Dr. Eng. Zuldesmi, st, m, eng, David o. mapaliey, st, m. eng Liharman Pintubatu ABSTRACT               Education is one of the processes of shaping students' personality, skills and improving each person's potential for what lies ahead. student's personality is generally determined by knowledge, experiences, and exercises passed through from infancy. The motivations of students in SMK NEGERI 1 LOLAK in learning basic automotive work is still low. It is seen from the activities in class, the students are often lack of enthusiasm for learning and working on the duty that given by the teacher, they also do not understand what will be learned, and not understanding why it needs to be learned, and those make teaching-learning process is less efficient. Thus the goal that must be achieved in this study is underlying the relationship between motivation of learning with the result of teachingbasic automotive work of TKR students SMK NEGERI 1 LOLAK,  2019/2020. The research method used is qualitative research. And research results: obtained results of the 3.09 value levels of students' learning rates with the highest average rates show on 3.29, the lowest average value being on diligent in facing duties 2.94. This shows that students' learning motivation in SMK Negeri 1 Lolak categorized well.   Keywords: The relationship of learning motivations with the result of learning basic automotive work.  

2022 ◽  
Vol 9 (2) ◽  
pp. 25-33
Deviyanti Pangestu ◽  
Maman Surahman ◽  
Yulita Dwi Lestari

This study aims to determine the significant influence of parental attention in the learning motivation of high-grade students in thematic learning at SD Muhammadiyah Gisting in the academic year 2020/2021 school year. This study uses a quantitative approach. The population was 205 students with a sample of 66 students. The study used probability sampling technique, namely proportionate stratified random sampling. The data collection techniques were questionnaire and document study. The instrument was tested for the validity and reliability. The data analysis technique used was simple regression test. Results of the study show a positive and significant influence parents' attention in the learning motivation of high-grade students in thematic learning at SD Muhammadiyah Gisting in the academic year 2020/2021.

2022 ◽  
Vol 1 (1) ◽  
pp. 77-88
Maulida Romadhon ◽  
Imam Muhayat ◽  
Achmad Qosim

Classroom management is a conscious effort to systematically organize teaching and learning process activities that lead to success, which has a relationship with the encouragement of students to actively learn even though the implementation of the teaching and learning process is online. The purpose of this study was to determine whether there is a significant relationship between virtual classroom management and students' online learning motivation and how much virtual classroom management contributes to students' online learning motivation at Madrasah Ibtidaiyah Kalifa Nusantara for the 2020/2021 academic year. This type of quantitative research uses systematic scientific research on the parts and phenomena and the causality of their relationships. The results showed that: 1) There was a significant relationship between virtual classroom management and online learning motivation of students at Madrasah Ibtidaiyah Kalifa Nusantara. This is indicated by the virtual classroom management variable, which has a positive regression coefficient towards online learning motivation of 38.355, meaning that if virtual classroom management has an increase of 1 point, online learning motivation will increase by 38.355. It is also known that the count of 6.360 is more excellent than the table at a significant level of 5%, which is 1.693. This means that Ho is rejected and Ha is accepted, so it is stated that the correlation of the X variable with the Y variable is significant. 2) The virtual class management variable (X) has a simultaneous contribution of 57.4 to the online learning motivation variable (Y), and the remaining 42.6% is influenced by other factors not examined by the author.

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