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Updated Wednesday, 01 December 2021

Author(s):  
Lia Nurhayati ◽  
Abdul Kadim Masaong ◽  
Hamzah B. Uno ◽  
Zulaecha Ngiu

This study aims to determine the evaluation of the academic quality assurance program at the Sultan AMAI State Islamic Institute of Gorontalo. The method used in this research is the descriptive method with the CIPP model (Context, Input, Process, Product). Data collection techniques used were observation, interviews, and documentation. The results showed a lack of alumni readiness to enter the business and professional world so that there were some alumni from one of the departments who had a long waiting period; There are still many departments/study programs that are accredited C. There is still a lack of professional staff in the field of research and community service; There is still a lack of research and community service involving students; Lack of application/transfer of technology as a result of community service with community needs; Internal service programs were still dominant; The community service partnership network has not been maximized; Not yet well-coordinated the target areas/villages; Weak monitoring and evaluation of community service programs, so that it cannot be ascertained that its implementation is in accordance with the scientific field.


Author(s):  
Mohammad Abedrabbu Alkhawaldeh ◽  
Mohamad Ahmad Saleem Khasawneh

This study aimed to determine the effect of flipped classroom strategy via smart phones in academic achievement in the English language for blind and visually impaired students. To achieve the goal of the study, the researcher used the quasi-experimental approach, and the study sample consisted of (18) blind and visually impaired students at the Senses Center in the city of Irbid, which consisted of (9) students of the experimental group studied using the flipped classroom strategy via smart phones, and (9) (Students for the control group, which studied using the traditional method. The results showed that there were statistically significant differences between the control and experimental groups in favor of the experimental. This study recommended holding training workshops for teachers at the institute in order to familiarize them with the importance of modern teaching methods such as the flipped classroom strategy, and how to adapt it using smart phone applications and modern technology to suit the blind and visually impaired and designing courses with exercises and models inspired by the flipped classroom, and expanding the application of such programs at all educational levels.


2021 ◽  
Vol 1 (1) ◽  
pp. 36-44
Author(s):  
Ismail Djakaria ◽  
Febri Harun ◽  
Sarson W. Dj Pomalato

This study aims to determine whether the mathematical reasoning ability of students who are taught by the problem-solving learning model is effective in terms of the learning motivation of class VII students of SMP Negeri 4 Gorontalo. This type of research is Quasi Experiment with Treatment by level 2 x 2 design using two-way analysis test and Tukey test. The results showed that the mathematical reasoning ability of students who had intrinsic learning motivation in problem-solving learning was 84.13 and the mathematical reasoning ability of students who had intrinsic learning motivation in conventional learning was 67.21. This can also be proven through a test with a significant level of 5% and df = 127 indicating t > t(1,127)(0.05). Obtained t = 4.232 for a = 0.05 obtained t(1,127)(0.05) = 2.80 Thus, the reasoning abilities of students who have intrinsic learning motivation are taught by problem-solving learning more effectively than the reasoning abilities of students who have intrinsic learning motivation are taught by conventional learning.


Author(s):  
Ismail Djakaria

This study aims to determine whether the mathematical reasoning ability of students who are taught by the problem-solving learning model is effective in terms of the learning motivation of class VII students of SMP Negeri 4 Gorontalo. This type of research is Quasi Experiment with Treatment by level 2 x 2 design using two-way analysis test and Tukey test. The results showed that the mathematical reasoning ability of students who had intrinsic learning motivation in problem-solving learning was 84.13 and the mathematical reasoning ability of students who had intrinsic learning motivation in conventional learning was 67.21. This can also be proven through a test with a significant level of 5% and df = 127 indicating t > t(1,127)(0.05). Obtained t = 4.232 for a = 0.05 obtained t(1,127)(0.05) = 2.80 Thus, the reasoning abilities of students who have intrinsic learning motivation are taught by problem-solving learning more effectively than the reasoning abilities of students who have intrinsic learning motivation are taught by conventional learning.


Author(s):  
Yulanti S. Mooduto ◽  
Adinda Vrisca Musa

The purpose of this research was to improve student learning outcomes by using the Joyful Learning Method in social studies subjects for class IV at SD Negeri 16 Paguyaman, Boalemo Regency. The results indicated the Joyful Learning method can improve student learning outcomes in social studies subjects. This is indicated by the results of student learning activities in the first cycle reaching an average percentage of 71.25% and in the second cycle an average of 85%, with an increase of 13.75%. Likewise, the learning outcomes of students produced with a mastery percentage of 61.91%, with a KKM 75, while the average value of students in the second cycle experienced an increase, with a completeness percentage of 80.95%. The conclusion is the implementation of the Joyful Learning method can improve student learning outcomes in social studies subjects


Author(s):  
Rusly Hidayah ◽  
Fauziatul Fajaroh ◽  
Parlan Parlan ◽  
I Wayan Dasna

In developing student creativity, it is still a topic of discussion from various experts, especially at the university level, which is related to the optimization of the right brain as a student which is used to increase creativity and imagination. With this assumption, it is imperative in efforts to develop creativity for students that it is very important to pay attention to. Students can face challenges for their future if they master chemistry as a reference point. In learning chemistry as a student, you must have the ability to think creatively to solve these problems. This research aims to improve the chemistry learning process at the university level, especially for students by using a method. The topic in this discussion aims to find out the content and discussion of the application of student collaborative problem based learning methods in the chemistry learning process at the university level.


Author(s):  
Mohamad Ahmad Saleem Khasawneh Khasawneh

This study aimed at identifying the work pressures among teachers of learning disabilities in English language in Irbid governorate from their point of view. The total number of the study population was (60) male and female teachers, while the study sample included (30) male and female teachers. To collect the study information, the researcher developed a questionnaire to reveal the level of work stress among male and female teachers, and it included (40) items. The study found that there are pressures at work for teachers of LDs in English language. These pressures are the poor achievement of some students, large financial obligations for teachers, poor standards used to promote teachers, the large number of lessons taught by the teacher per week, daily planning, and overcrowding of students in class. The study recommended holding training courses for teachers in the private sector, similar to their colleagues in other sectors, to improve the educational process, and so that teachers can keep pace with the rapid scientific and technological development that the world is witnessing around them


Author(s):  
Le Thi Thu Trang ◽  
Nguyen Thi Na ◽  
Hoang Thi Lanh ◽  
Van Hung Mai

Based on one of the viewpoints of building the Biology curriculum, which is integrated education and sustainable development education, helps students strengthen and develop the competency to mobilize and apply integrated knowledge, skills in many different fields to effectively solve problems in study and their’ life. Practical problems in teaching Biology are very diverse, associated with daily life and related to other subjects such as environmental protection, health care, response to the Covid-19 epidemic. ..... The article proposes the process of designing and using integrated practice exercises in teaching Biology in high school in order to develop students' competency to solve practical problems


Author(s):  
Mohammad Ahmad Saleem Khasawneh

The study aimed at identifying the degree of practicing organizational justice by teachers of learning disabilities in English language from their point of view. The study used the descriptive approach and developed a questionnaire, which was administered to a sample of (30) teachers of LDs in English language in the Irbid governorate. The questionnaire was used to collect data that included demographic information about the respondent and to measure the use of organizational justice among teachers of LDs in English language. The validity of the study instrument was verified by presenting it to specialized judges, and their reliability was verified using the test and re-test method. The results of the study showed a high practice of organizational justice among teachers of LDs in English language in general and in all the dimensions of the instrument. In light of these results, the study recommended increasing the practice of organizational justice in educational institutions to increase teachers' performance and holding more training on the topic


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (1) ◽  
pp. 36-44
Author(s):  
Ismail Djakaria ◽  
Febri Harun ◽  
Sarson W. Dj Pomalato

This study aims to determine whether the mathematical reasoning ability of students who are taught by the problem-solving learning model is effective in terms of the learning motivation of class VII students of SMP Negeri 4 Gorontalo. This type of research is Quasi Experiment with Treatment by level 2 x 2 design using two-way analysis test and Tukey test. The results showed that the mathematical reasoning ability of students who had intrinsic learning motivation in problem-solving learning was 84.13 and the mathematical reasoning ability of students who had intrinsic learning motivation in conventional learning was 67.21. This can also be proven through a test with a significant level of 5% and df = 127 indicating t > t(1,127)(0.05). Obtained t = 4.232 for a = 0.05 obtained t(1,127)(0.05) = 2.80 Thus, the reasoning abilities of students who have intrinsic learning motivation are taught by problem-solving learning more effectively than the reasoning abilities of students who have intrinsic learning motivation are taught by conventional learning.


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