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Ciwuk Musiana Yudhawasthi ◽  
Lydia Christiani

Independent Learning Independent Campus (MBKM) was launched by the Ministry of Education, Culture, and Research and Technology to support the readiness of students to face challenges in the world of work by applying active learning. Documentary institutions in universities, namely libraries, archives, and museums, should become strategic partners in supporting the MBKM program because the documentary institution has all the necessary conditions, facilities, and infrastructure to succeed MBKM program. This study aimed to determine the readiness of documentary institutions in the university environment to exploit the opportunities and challenges and what obstacles they encountered. This study used the qualitative method and in-depth interviews for data collection and a literature study. The researcher concludes that the biggest challenges facing documentary institutions are regulation and the readiness of human resources. Due to this, changes to regulations and educational curricula and the introduction of new documentation of pure science are priorities in improving professional education providers in library science, archives, and museology.

2022 ◽  
Vol 6 (1) ◽  
كنساره ، إحسان بن محمد بن عثمان ◽  
عطار ، عبد الله بن إسحاق

The objective of this study is to know the cffect of applying the strategy of education in the subject of technological learning for students in the Teachers’ College at Umm Al-Qura University.   The study was applied to a group of students to know the effect, and attitudes towards the subjects they have studied.   The findings of study have shown significant differences between the groups of study for the expense of both groups which studied the educational subject in the way of their studies to the accuracy of both levels of study’s achievements and students attitudes towards the subject.   This means that this strategy increased the outcomes of students, and also, increased their attitudes towards the subject.   Accordingly, the above two researchers recommend the use of strategic learning for accuracy in the teaching of the difference of educational technology subjects, and other subjects for their advantage to the students’ abilities in acquiring different skills.   Also, they recommend that ministry of higher education, and ministry of education should put general plans to show teachers the curriculum and to let them practice wavs to achieve easily the objectives of learning for accuracy

2022 ◽  
Vol 116 (1) ◽  
pp. 67-70
Hugo Kittel

A proposal was formulated at the University of Chemical Technology (UCT) Prague in 2016 to implement the project approach in teaching technology subjects. A grant was awarded for an Operational Program Research Development and Education project called "Education Improvement – UCT Prague Priority" from the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic. The project's main goals were that UCT graduates would understand the application of chemistry in practice simultaneously in the context of the given field of study, as well as the law, economy, safety and environmental impact, realize the importance of viability and profitability of technical projects, learn about usable methods applied in the implementation of technical projects, and get acquainted with the principles of creation of teams and team work. A team of teachers and outside consultants from practice have been created. Using the Internet and personal contacts, experience with the use of project approach in teaching at the Czech universities has been gathered. Experience from the project approach in teaching at UCT Prague has been summed up. Basic 12 modules of real-life technical projects have been defined and described in a Methodical Handbook which also includes a number of tools for students. A new subject has been created on the use of scheduling software. A total of 8 technology subjects have been selected for piloting of the project in 2018–2021, employing the created tools. The experience with teaching the pilot subjects was used in the lifelong education of the university teachers. The results will also be used for the teaching other technology subjects at UCT Prague. It can be expected that the project will contribute to a better employability of fresh graduates, their faster adaptation to the requirements of practice, a faster career growth, and that it will improve the feedback from graduates to the teaching staff and their activities at UCT Prague.

2022 ◽  
Vol ahead-of-print (ahead-of-print) ◽  
Yael Cohen-Azaria

Purpose In 2012, the Israeli Ministry of Education and its Testing and Evaluation Department introduced a new tool to evaluate the quality of kindergarten teachers’ work. This paper aims to identify how kindergarten teachers perceive the new multiple domains performance tool. Design/methodology/approach The study applied a qualitative paradigm of data collection and analysis. Data collection consisted of semi-structured in-depth interviews conducted with 36 kindergarten teachers. Findings Findings indicated that most kindergarten teachers perceive their work plan and the kindergarten climate as the most important evaluation domains, while perceiving involving parents as the least important and even an unnecessary domain. One-third of them indicated that an innovation domain should be added. Also, the kindergarten teachers perceived the use of the KT-MDPT as both positive and negative. Originality/value There is a clear dearth in scholarly literature dealing with the evaluation of the quality of kindergarten teachers’ work. This study is the first to reveal Israeli kindergarten teachers' attitudes regarding this new tool for work quality evaluation.

2022 ◽  
Vol 7 (1) ◽  
pp. 292-315
Nor Aqilah Kamarudin ◽  
Azlinzuraini Binti Ahmad ◽  
Muhammad Abi Sofian Bin Abdul Halim ◽  
Ramle Bin Abdullah ◽  
Nurul Izni Kamalrulzaman

Background and Purpose: Teaching at indigenous schools located in rural and outskirt areas is no small feat. Therefore, the teachers at these schools require a consistent and supportive school climate to enhance teacher well-being. As such, this study examines the relationship between the dimensions of school climate and well-being of teachers. It also discusses the application of five dimensions of school climate, namely collaboration, student relations, school resources, decision-making, and instructional innovation.   Methodology: Data for this quantitative study was gathered via a set of questionnaires. A total of 291 teachers from indigenous schools along the east coast states of Peninsular Malaysia, which are Kelantan, Terengganu, and Pahang participated in this study. A descriptive analysis of the findings was performed using the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS), while an inferential analysis was conducted using PLS-SEM.   Findings: The empirical results show a significantly positive correlation between the five previously mentioned dimensions of school climate and teacher well-being.   Contributions: The findings of this study affirm the relative importance of school climate and its impact on teacher well-being. This study is significant for the Ministry of Education, indigenous school administrators, teachers, as well as policymakers in developing suitable strategies to improve the school climate and teacher well-being in Malaysian indigenous schools.   Keywords: Teacher well-being, collaboration, student relations, school resources, decision-making, instructional innovation.   Cite as: Kamarudin, N. A., Ahmad, A., Abdul Halim, A. S., Abdullah, R., & Kamalrulzaman, N. I. (2022). The correlation between school climate dimensions and teacher well-being in Malaysian indigenous schools.  Journal of Nusantara Studies, 7(1), 292-315.

2022 ◽  
Vol 5 (1) ◽  
pp. 11-27
Mukamana Claudete ◽  
Dr. Mukamazimpaka Marie Claire ◽  

The effective provision of basic education in Rwanda increases the competition level among graduates which promotionally improves the socio-economic transformation of communities. The purpose of this study therefore was to establish the effect of early childhood education on socio-economic transformation of communities in Nyamasheke district in Rwanda. The target population was 368 respondents that provided the sample size of 192 got using Yamane formula. Interview guide and questionnaire were used as data collection instruments. Correlation research design was also employed. The study findings revealed there is 31% of accessibility of ECE able to affect the level of socio-economic transformation of communities as indicated by the R square = .310 and the remaining 69% of socio-economic transformation of communities can be affected by other factors. However, it was found that, there is a statistically significant moderate relationship between accessibility ECE and socio-economic transformation of communities (P=.000 and r = .555). The study recommended the ministry of education which represents the government in the sector of Education should provide the adequate infrastructures of ECE schools in Nyamasheke district to improve and make easy accessibility of ECE in the area thus also increase the literacy level. The non-governmental organizations should invest more in ECE of Nyamasheke district in order to develop youth who are competent and able to compete at the labour market. Keywords: Early Childhood Education, Socio-economic transformation, Communities

2022 ◽  
Vol 6 (1) ◽  
pp. 27-34
Wenqiang Dang

In September 2017, the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Finance, and the National Development and Reform Commission jointly announced the first batch of “double first-class” construction universities, aiming to improve China’s education level and strengthen the country’s core competitiveness. In addition to first-class teaching and first-class scientific research, first-class universities should also have first-class campuses. The campus of a first-class university should have a complete range of infrastructure, scale, and function to meet the requirements of school-running and scientific research; it should also advocate sustainable development, which includes the concept of energy-saving, smart, and green. The traditional production methods and management models of the construction industry are far from being able to meet the needs of the construction and development of first-class campuses. Digital, intelligent, and informatized construction models are the only way for current campus construction.

2022 ◽  
Vol 15 (1) ◽  
Adel Khiami ◽  
Mayssoon Dashash

Abstract Objective Oral health educators should have the required knowledge, skills and attitude in order to meet the increased needs of the Ministry of Education in Syria as well as to perform their duties in promoting oral health in children appropriately during the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, this study was undertaken to identify core competencies required for oral health educators in elementary schools during the COVID-19 pandemic. Qualitative exploratory study was undertaken. A focus group which consisted of 5 Medical Education postgraduates and 3 oral health educators’ training team members were invited to formulate a preliminary list of basic competencies. Delphi technique was also adopted through inviting 12 experts in oral health education to evaluate and formulate a final list of elementary schools’ oral health educators’ competencies during the COVID-19 pandemic. Results A competency framework was developed. Fifty-five competencies were identified including 35 in cognitive domain, 12 skills and 8 attitude competencies. A list of essential competencies has been identified. These competencies should be addressed in training programs targeting oral health educators, which can consequently produce competent educators who can successfully promote and provide health care to all schoolchildren during the COVID-19 pandemic.

2022 ◽  
Vol 3 (1) ◽  
pp. 21-39
Gabriella Depiné Poffo ◽  
Gisele Kruger ◽  
Bruna Jaime Feiden ◽  
Marcelo menezes da luz machado ◽  
Isabel regina depine poffo ◽  

Com o intuito de aperfeiçoar a gestão universitária, o objetivo principal desta pesquisa é apresentar uma proposição da implantação da curricularização da extensão na matriz curricular para o curso de Administração conforme a Resolução CNE/CES nº 7 de 18 dezembro de 2018. Com a promulgação legislativa, o Ministério da Educação, têm exigido além das obrigações de ensino, a ampliação da oferta da extensão e pesquisa em condicionamento com a comunidade externa. A finalidade principal prevista nesta resolução se baseia na disciplina de atividades práticas curriculares voltadas para as atividades extensionistas além do conteúdo teórico obrigatório de cada curso de graduação. Como forma de condicionar este estudo, será necessária uma compreensão da evolução legislativa baseada em aspectos históricos, a descrição da Resolução CNE/CES nº 7 e a estruturação de uma proposição para matriz curricular do curso de administração.  Em reuniões de grupo focal foi planejado a execução de um projeto piloto para oferta em 2021/1 conforme pode ser identificado no estudo a seguir. Como conclusão do estudo é possível identificar que a implantação dessa legislação fortalecerá a formação do acadêmico desenvolvendo novas habilidades técnicas e profissionais, qualificando o aluno para o mercado de trabalho mais competitivo, dinâmico e inovador.   In order to improve university management, the main objective of this research is to present a proposal for the implementation of the extension curricularization in the curriculum for the Administration course in accordance with Resolution No. 7 of December 18, 2018 of the National Council of Education. With the enactment of legislation, the Ministry of Education has demanded, in addition to teaching obligations, the expansion of the extension and research offer in connection with the external community. The main purpose provided for in this resolution is based on the discipline of practical curricular activities aimed at extension activities in addition to the mandatory theoretical content of each undergraduate course. As a way of conditioning this study, an understanding of the legislative evolution based on historical aspects, the description of Resolution No. 7/2018 and the structuring of a proposal for the curriculum of the administration course will be necessary. In focus group meetings, it was planned to carry out a pilot project for the offer in 2021/1 as can be identified in the study below. As a conclusion of the study, it is possible to identify that the implementation of this legislation will strengthen academic training by developing new technical and professional skills, qualifying students for the most competitive, dynamic and innovative job market.

F1000Research ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 10 ◽  
pp. 927
Sharmini Gopinathan ◽  
Anisha Haveena Kaur ◽  
Kanesaraj Ramasamy ◽  
Murali Raman

The pandemic has created challenges in all sectors of the economy and education. Traditional teaching approaches seem futile in the new context, thus the need to constantly reinvent the delivery to meet the fast-paced changes in the education domain. Hence, Design Thinking (DT) is an alternative approach that might be useful in the given context. DT is known to be a human-centric approach to innovative problem-solving processes. DT could be employed in the delivery process to develop twenty-first-century skills and enhance creativity and innovation, in an attempt to identify alternative solutions. The study explores the role of design thinking (DT) in the form of empathy, thinking process, gamified lessons and curriculum enhancement, which leads to innovative delivery among teachers. It enhances and facilitates innovative content delivery by leveraging creativity. The study targeted 131 teachers, whereby 61 are primary school teachers and 70 are secondary school teachers. A questionnaire constituting of 23 close-ended questions using the 5-point Likert scale was used to collect data. Data was analyzed using SmartPLS to establish relationships between DT and Innovative Delivery in schools. The data was further analyzed to seek co-relations between the DT steps and the successful transformation of content delivery by teachers. The study established a framework for the application of design thinking for teachers as the primary support in developing activities for their students. It shows that thinking process, gamifying lessons and curriculum enhancement have positive significance in innovative delivery, whereas empathy did not show a significant positive relationship. The outcome of this study will help fill the gap towards creating an interesting method of delivery in schools and constantly innovating the method to suit the evolving generation. This insight is crucial for the Ministry of Education and policymakers to enhance teachers’ ability to innovatively deliver content to students.

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