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2022 ◽  
Vol 4 (3) ◽  
pp. 694-707
Amiruddin Amiruddin ◽  
Uswatun Hasanah ◽  
Yulita Suyatmika ◽  
Retno Pringadi ◽  
Budi Setiawan Ginting

This study was conducted to determine the ANBK system in improving the quality of internal education of MAS Insan Kesuma Madani madrasah. From this objective, it can be seen that the ANBK system in the Madrasah improves the quality of internal education. This research was conducted using a qualitative approach. Data collection techniques in this study using interviews, observation and documentation. Data analysis was carried out using the stages of the Miles and Huberman model such as: (1) collecting data, (2) reducing data, (3) presenting data, (4) drawing conclusions. The main problem in this research is that there are still some obstacles in implementing ANBK in the madrasa. The findings and conclusions of the study show that first, madrasas have several obstacles in operating hardware such as operating servers, labtops and software. second, madrasas have encountered difficulties in socializing to students to operate the labtop during the covid 19 pandemic. Third, the difficulty of networking in madrasas because they are located in remote areas has an impact on comfort in implementing ANBK. Keywords  : ANBK System, Internal Education Quality

2022 ◽  
Vol 20 (1) ◽  
pp. 27-40
Ruihui Pu ◽  
Danai Tanamee ◽  
Songyu Jiang

Higher education for sustainable development (HESD) in the Covid-19 pandemic faces different challenges. Empirically few studies to date have introduced much on the digitalization of higher education for sustainable development. This study aims to explore and explain the digitalization of HESD from different attitudes and to build linkages of the digitalization in HESD. Furthermore, the study makes content analysis where 1,200 tweets on digitalization in higher education for sustainable development are collected from Twitter, and 19 documents have further categorized information data via NVivo. In addition, 22 students and 9 instructors were invited for a semi-structured interview to further supplement this study and confirm its findings. This study finds that attitudes towards digitalization in the study area can be divided into three correlated attitude layers. Teaching attitudes and educational attitudes are the first level, and the second level is the digital platform attitude, technology use attitude, and resource attitude. Furthermore, network attitude, service attitude, and development attitude are the third level. Thus, through the analysis, this study suggests higher education institutions should make improvements in digitalized teaching, education quality via innovation, technological development, resources use, and development via creating a better digital platform or environment is essential for genuinely promoting the HESD.

2022 ◽  

This study aims to describe: 1) The role of the principal in implementing education quality management at SMP Negeri 2 Arungkeke, Jeneponto Regency, 2) Supporting and inhibiting factors for the principal in implementing education quality management at SMP Negeri 2 Arungkeke, Jeneponto Regency. The type of research used is descriptive qualitative research. Qualitative research is a research approach that uncovers certain social situations by properly describing reality, formed by words based on relevant data collection and analysis techniques obtained from natural situations. Sources of data in this study, namely data that shows the quality or quality of something that exists, in the form of circumstances, processes, events or events and others expressed in the form of words. The informants in the study were the principal, social studies teacher for class IX, and social studies teacher for class VII/VIII, English teacher and staff of SMP Negeri 2 Arungkeke. The technique of determining the informant was carried out purposively, namely based on the capacity that provided convenience and willingness in the interview. The results of this study indicate that 1) the leadership role of the principal in implementing education quality management in SMP Negeri 2 Arungkeke, namely: (a) the principal must have the right strategy and (b) apply leadership management. 2) Supporting and inhibiting factors for school principals in implementing education quality management at SMP Negeri 2 Arungkeke, namely: supporting factors (a) mutual cooperation and kinship (b) providing opportunities for teachers in professional application training activities (c) facilitating all school activities, factors inhibiting (a) lack of motivation and enthusiasm of the principal (b) lack of leadership ability of the principal (c) lack of facilities and infrastructure and (d) low mental attitude.

Юлія Андріївна Бондарчук ◽  
Тетяна Миколаївна Власюк ◽  
Наталія Валеріївна Фастовець

The article seeks to discuss important implications of higher education quality in various society areas of – politics, management, pedagogy, economics, etc. Insights on international best practice convincingly demonstrate that assuring high quality of education and enhancing its further development are the key governance and public administration priorities in all developed countries. It is argued that the quality of life is greatly affected by the level and quality of education. Moreover, it is highlighted that Ukraine has built a robust institutional paradigm of the education system and its governing bodies which focuses on retaining and accumulating strong human capital and research potential. Among the shortcomings in the implementation of the education quality assurance process, the study has identified the following: weak links in the relationships between higher education institutions and business; immaturity of monetization system for university students in the context of their cooperation with private companies; lack of university involvement in promoting the creation of business incubators, science & technology parks, technocities, etc. Apart from that, the findings have revealed significant imbalances in the national economy that translate into the supply shortage in certain occupations and labor market surplus in other professionals, along with displaying another negative trends associated with the processes of skilled workforce migration from rural areas to more developed cities and regions, or the outflow of the working-age population abroad. In turn, labor migration challenges drastic demographic changes that according to statistics, negatively affect the number of higher education applicants. A special emphasis is placed that the national higher education system is facing serious competition from higher education institutions of economically developed neighbouring countries that offer educational services in prestigious high ranked universities, as well as create ample scholarship and grant opportunities to international students. Thus, from the tuition fee perspective, domestic HEIs are often far behind their European counterparts, too. The study presents an in-depth analysis of the range of various impact factors affecting the education quality, the most essential of them are reported to be the legal and regulatory framework for higher education; government policy for higher education management; higher education funding rates; labor market saturation; the effectiveness of quality management tools in rendering educational services, etc.

2022 ◽  
pp. 344-367
Arturo Rojas-López ◽  
Francisco José García-Peñalvo

The purpose of this chapter is to present the intervention in personalized education for the Programming Methodology course in higher education. Indicators such as dropout rate, failing rate, and poor academic performance of the students of Universidad Tecnológica de Puebla (UTP) are necessary to propose strategies that improve education quality. Therefore, during the four-month periods of September – December in 2016 and 2017, the authors performed interventions with the strategy of personalized education with the objective to improve the indicators mentioned above. The four strategy elements are 1) content, 2) work methods, 3) pace and times, and 4) assessments options. The study that is presented in this chapter is original because it avoids a unique starting point for all students. The study attempts to go over what the students have in common; this is why the authors were able to stimulate each student to be in charge of their own knowledge freely and responsibly.

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