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2022 ◽  
Vol 8 (1) ◽  
pp. 230-238
Jessy Viny Reyk ◽  
Marleny Leasa ◽  
Melvie Talakua ◽  
John Rafafy Batlolona

Many new learning models in the 21st century have emerged in improving students' academic skills, one of which is research-based learning (RBL). This pedagogic and constructivist model connects research and learning in improving students' critical thinking skills (CTS). The results of the study show that studies in empowering students' CTS using RBL are still limited. Therefore, exploration and deeper measurement of CTS with the RBL model were carried out through this study. The purpose of this study was to improve students' CTS using the RBL learning model. The results of the ANCOVA test showed that there was an effect of the RBL model in improving students' CTS. Descriptive data also shows that the average value of CTS is 72.70 using RBL, while students who take part in learning using conventional models show an average value of critical thinking skills of 58.30. Thus, RBL can be recommended in increasing the CTS of elementary school students in science learning.

2022 ◽  
Vol 27 ◽  
pp. 140-145
Anggraeny Puspaningtyas ◽  
Febby Rahmatullah Masruchin ◽  
Abdul Halik

The Wiradesa activity which was held in Plunturan Village, Ponorogo Regency provided a new learning experience for students in implementing the current MBKM curriculum.  Direct learning in the field with partners to implement the knowledge that has been obtained when learning on campus, as well as new knowledge gained in the field enrich learning activities for students.  The involvement of the State Administration Study Program Wiradesa Program brought by the Student Executive Board (BEM) FISIP was held in Plunturan Village, Pulung District, Ponorogo Regency.  Where the business specifications are existing MSMEs and pioneering MSMEs that have been appointed as supporting identities for Plunturan Cultural Tourism Village.  Its activity is to develop existing and pioneering businesses.  The impact of implementing Wiradesa is not only felt by students, but also for lecturers and partners.  Therefore, through this research, the authors conducted a survey to determine the impact of the implementation of Wiradesa activities on learning in the MBKM curriculum for students, lecturers and partners which was carried out in Plunturan Village, Pulung District, Ponorogo Regency. The results of the research carried out are that there is an impact on MBKM learning through Wiradesa activities in Plunturan Village with the resulting benefits greatly impacting the economy, social and other sectors.  The impact on universities related to improving the performance of the KPI can be grouped into 3, namely the direct, ongoing and potential impacts. The direct impacts include the 2nd KPI, where students get experience outside of campus and the 7th KPI, which is a collaborative and participatory class. The ongoing impact in the 5th IKU is that the work of lecturers is used by the community. The potential impacts include the 1st KPI, which means that graduates get decent jobs and the 3rd KPI, which is lecturers who are active outside the campus.

2022 ◽  
pp. 155-168
Ralph A. Gigliotti ◽  
Sunita Kramer ◽  
Dee Magnoni

Representing distinct parts of Rutgers University—academic innovation and experiential learning, organizational leadership and strategy, and the university library—the authors approach this discussion of agility and cross-university partnerships from three distinct vantage points. Despite different administrative portfolios and scholarly and professional interests, the authors collectively view this moment as one of profound opportunity for our institution and for higher education more broadly. Purposeful collaborations have contributed to new and innovative partnerships that will be discussed in this chapter, including a new learning community for interested members of the New Brunswick Libraries—The Hatchery, a dedicated design thinking and ideation studio centrally located in the Archibald S. Alexander Library—and varying points of convergence with the Innovation, Design, and Entrepreneurship Academy (IDEA) that integrates design and entrepreneurial thinking and leadership development into the Rutgers student experience.

2022 ◽  
pp. 75-85
Jefferson E. Arias Gómez ◽  
Silvia L. Espinosa Acevedo

The Corporación Universitaria Minuto de Dios UNIMINUTO has determined a series of objectives as levers for growth and development, which have prepared it to face great changes. In this sense, UNIMINUTO Bogotá - Presential Academic Programs Campus designed the Strategic Plan 20-25 “Bogotá and UNIMINUTO, a learning community,” with which it marked its evolutionary path for the next few years. Within this planning and management framework, and based on the attention of the effects caused by COVID-19, this campus made adjustments to its processes and plans, with a series of effects that determined new learning in relation to accessibility and use of technologies in the teaching-learning process; redefinition of the mechanism for the appropriation and awareness of the strategic plan; development of activities requiring attendance, ensuring compliance with all biosafety measures; safe return of students through an alternation model and mechanisms to provide financial support to students and families to guarantee the continuity of the operation and institutional sustainability.

Amila Pilav-Velić ◽  
Hatidža Jahić ◽  
Jasmina Okičić ◽  
Jasmina Selimović ◽  
Elvedin Grabovica

The current study investigates how attitudes towards digital transformation and personal innovativeness affect the acceptance of emergency remote learning in the COVID-19 pandemic environment. The pandemic has affected all aspects of societies across the globe, including higher education that was also a significant push-up factor for the digital transformation of higher education. Thus, the main aim of this paper is to investigate the factors affecting emergency remote learning acceptance among the higher education students in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). The results presented in this paper gained from a study carried out among higher education students in BiH cover the period of April – July 2020 via the open-source platform. The study focused on the students’ attitude towards a digital transformation is a significant factor in accepting emergency remote learning. Also, the personal innovativeness score has proven to be a crucial factor for adopting this new learning setting, i.e., more innovative students have a greater emergency remote learning acceptance than students with a lower personal innovativeness score. Hence, this study pinpoints the necessity of changing the attitudes towards technology applications in education. It would increase the usage of remote learning services and provide students with knowledge and skills for the new labour market

Masitowarni Siregar ◽  
Baharuddin ◽  
Endang Matulissa ◽  
Nelly Marlina Tampubolon Lili Sartika ◽  
Dimas Hendrawan

The aim of this endeavour is to find out: (1) Planning for learning about short stories using the Reading to Learn Approach); (2) Implementation of learning Short Stories using the Reading to Learn Approach. This study uses a qualitative descriptive method that emphasizes the process and meaning of ongoing activities. Data were collected through observation, field notes, interviews, and document analysis. Data validity was carried out through method triangulation and source triangulation. The research findings indicated that  the teacher had carried out good preparation in planning R2L-based learning, namely by preparing learning preparataions in lesson plans formats, teaching materials, worksheet, assessments and learning media, The teacher also informs the students beforehand that the teacher would implement a new learning model in which it is hoped that all students would fully participate in the class later. At the implementation stage of learning the teacher had followed the R2L learning steps by Rose and Martin (2012), namely Preparation, Detailed Reading, Joins Construction and Individual Construction.

2021 ◽  
pp. 4978-4987
Nada Hussain Ali ◽  
Matheel Emaduldeen Abdulmunem ◽  
Akbas Ezaldeen Ali

     Learning is the process of gaining knowledge and implementing this knowledge on behavior. The concept of learning is not strict to just human being, it expanded to include machine also. Now the machines can behave based on the gained knowledge learned from the environment. The learning process is evolving in both human and machine, to keep up with the technology in the world, the human learning evolved into micro-learning and the machine learning evolved to deep learning. In this paper, the evolution of learning is discussed as a formal survey accomplished with the foundation of machine learning and its evolved version of learning which is deep learning and micro-learning as a new learning technology can be implemented on human and machine learning. A procedural comparison is achieved to declare the purpose of this survey, also a related discussion integrates the aim of this study. Finally a concluded points are illustrated as outcome which summarized the practical evolution intervals of the machine learning different concepts.

Neofilolog ◽  
2021 ◽  
pp. 237-247
Krystian Kamiński

At the beginning of 2020, educational systems around the world faced one of the greatest and most important challenges of the 21st century. Due to the global pandemic and the need to introduce social distancing rules, it was decided to close schools and switch to modes of learning that do not require physical contact between learners and teachers. This decision was associated with numerous problems and difficulties in various areas of school life and the necessity to introduce new rules. More than a year after the introduction of the new learning reality, teachers and students around the world have managed to adapt. International researchers are trying to describe this new order by asking questions about what the school looks like in the time of the pandemic, how students are doing, and what strategies teachers have adopted. The article focuses on research on education and foreign language teaching conducted in 2020 in China, South Korea, Germany, and Poland. The findings to date are combined with a brief description of the educational situation in these countries. Finally, the first conclusions and recommendations are formulated that can be drawn on the basis of data collected by international researchers. 

Thouqan Saleem Masadeh

<p>The present study aimed to investigate the effectiveness of Flipped Classroom in developing the achievement of university undergraduates. The quasi-experimental approach was used and three achievement posttests were carried out. Participants were (32) students who were in advance distributed to two groups, control and experimental. Analysis of Students' achievement grades revealed that the effectiveness of Flipped Classroom use, as a learning method needs time to take place in students' academic achievement and understanding of the learning materials because of  the nature of the Flipped Classroom that flipped the whole learning process. Thus, students needed time to be familiar with this new learning method for them. Results showed that there was no significant difference between participants' achievement mean scores in the first posttest at the end of the fifth week due to the use of the Flipped Classroom or the ordinary methods. However, there was a significant difference between students' achievement mean scores in the second posttest in favor of the experimental group students who learnt the course content through the use of  Flipped Classroom. In addition, there was a significant difference in student participants' mean scores in the third posttest in favor of  the experimental group students, too. In light of these findings, it was concluded that the instructor and his students should be patient for some time for the effectiveness of using the Flipped Classroom learning method to be noticed. Moreover, considerable time should be spent on familiarizing students with this new learning method.  </p>

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