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Simun Ozuho, Sehou Zhadiq, Iwuela Tharem
Published: 23 August 2021
Journal La Edusci, Volume 2, pp 22-28; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v2i3.400

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Using the demonstration technique in conjunction with physics instruction, the purpose of this research is to improve students' comprehension of their ideas. Classroom action research is used in this study, and it is divided into two cycles, with each cycle consisting of six sessions each cycle. It is necessary to prepare ahead, take activities, observe and reflect as part of the research process. Based on the findings, students' comprehension of physics topics improved when they were taught using the demonstrative approach. Cycle I students' understanding score averaged 67 points with a standard deviation of 14.92, while the second cycle students' understanding score averaged 79 points with a standard deviation of 9.84. Students' understanding score increased in both cycles I and II, with the average value of 67 points and the standard deviation of 14.92. On the basis of the study's findings, it is possible to infer that the use of physics learning using the demonstration technique has improved students' comprehension of topics in physics
Yvette M. Villarta, Levi T. Atibula, Flordeliza S. Gagani
Published: 23 August 2021
Journal La Edusci, Volume 2, pp 1-9; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v2i3.381

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Performance-based assessment is a purposive-oriented assessment activity in revealing student understanding of unwrapped concepts, skills, and big ideas. This study aimed to determine the effects of performance task assessment on the students' self–efficacy, problem–solving, and decision–making skills in learning science that used the quantitative and correlation methods of research. There were 35 Grade 9 students of the University of San Carlos, Basic Education Department – South Campus in science class as respondents of the study. The assessment was given after the engagement session of the instructional plan to be accomplished after the transfer task session and evaluated using specific rubrics. A modified Albert Bandura's Instrument was used to measure self–efficacy and Mind Tool: Essential Skill for Excellent Career questionnaires for the problem–solving and decision–making skills of the students in learning science. The study's findings indicated that the Performance Assessment developed students' self–efficacy in learning science and had a significant impact on how students think, feel, and behave in the process of learning. Moreover, the assessment conveyed positive influence in developing students' problem–solving and decision–making skills. This assessment encouraged students to apply the scientific processes in evaluating the identified options before deciding the problem's solution.
Enirudh Bheke, Slegh Pritem, Subhasih Pujarih
Published: 23 August 2021
Journal La Edusci, Volume 2, pp 10-15; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v2i3.398

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The function of the crossword puzzle itself is to develop brain nerves that have a refreshing effect on memory, allowing the brain's work function to return to its optimal state because the brain has become accustomed to continuously learning in a relaxed manner. The design of this study is a pre-experimental research design of the type One-Group Pretest-Posttest Design, which is used in pre-experimental research. Because the outcomes of the therapy may be compared to the circumstances before to treatment, the results of the treatment can be known with more accuracy in this research (treatment). The percentages of student learning objectives that were acquired are: low at 6.67%, moderate at 16.67%, high at 40%, and very high at 16.67%. Based on the data gathered, it can be stated that, on the whole, adopting the Crossword Puzzle learning method has a notable effect on students' learning outcomes, as 36.67% of students achieved this level, and 46.67% of students attained this level
Mohamad Ahmad Saleem Khasawneh
Published: 23 August 2021
Journal La Edusci, Volume 2, pp 29-36; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v2i3.432

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This study aimed at identifying the degree of morale among teachers of learning disabilities in English language in Irbid governorate from the teachers' point of view. The study used the descriptive approach and developed a questionnaire as an instrument of the study. The study sample included (30) male and female teachers. The questionnaire was administered to the sample after verifying its validity and reliability. The instrument's stability coefficient was (95%). The results of the study showed that the teachers' morale levels were moderate. The study recommended providing more training and incentives to teachers to boost their morale, which will have an impact on their performance
Sezh Faheem, Dabuos Uzeir, Baliwal Yacub
Published: 23 August 2021
Journal La Edusci, Volume 2, pp 16-21; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v2i3.399

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This study aims to investigate the effect of Cooperative Course Review Horay learning model on students learning outcome. The study uses true experimental design. Description: This research will use descriptive and inferential statistics to quantitatively analyze learning outcomes, with the latter being the primary method of analysis. To describe the scores of the research sample for each variable, a descriptive statistical analysis was carried out to determine their distribution. The findings indicate that Cooperative Course Review is beneficial. The Horay learning method provides great outcomes in terms of student learning. Despite the fact that the average score for the experimental group is 85.20 points, it is the median score for the experimental group that stands at 90 points. The control class has a standard deviation of 62.80 points and a median of 60.00 points, both of which are positive values
Houang Mui Lee, Phung Anh Loo
Published: 29 July 2021
Journal La Edusci, Volume 2, pp 44-50; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v2i2.380

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Gamification teaches children many new abilities at a young age. It also increases their emotional well-being and emotional intelligence. Gamification enables your kid to study in a distraction-free atmosphere in a familiar setting. Gamification helps foster a positive attitude toward learning by creating engaging, personalized, and amusing learning materials. The majority of educational learning applications include unique music that will aid language development. Gamification allows your kid to study and participate at their own speed, free of peer or teacher pressure
Mary Prisca Oluoch, Paul Amollo Odundo, John Kamau Mwangi
Published: 29 July 2021
Journal La Edusci, Volume 2, pp 19-43; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v2i2.349

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Vignettes have been applied in many academic disciplines over time, as an essential element of experiential learning. At the Department of Educational Communication and Technology, adoption of vignettes instructional method by instructors remains slow, while application by early adopters remains inconsistent. Despite this, little is known about how utilisation of vignettes to teach business ethics at the Department influences teacher trainees’ ethical sensitivity in decision-making. The cross-sectional survey design guided the research process, and primary data were sourced in 2018 from 116 learners. Both quantitative and qualitative analysis techniques were applied. Key results show that trainees who strongly agreed that utilisation of vignettes influenced their ethical sensitivity in decision-making had about 2 times the odds of being ethically sensitive in their decisions as their colleagues who expressed strong disagreement about the same. Besides, those who agreed that utilisation of vignettes influenced their ethical sensitivity in decision-making were about 1.9 times as likely to make ethically sensitive decisions as those who indicated strong disagreement. On aggregate, utilisation of vignettes caused a positive and significant influence on trainees’ ethical sensitivity in decision-making. It also emerged third in the order of relative importance. Notably, the more the trainees appreciated that utilisation of vignettes influenced their ethical sensitivity in decision-making, the higher odds of making ethically sensitive decisions. Thus, improving trainees’ knowledge on the various parameters of vignettes’ utilisation is likely to enhance their ethical sensitivity in decision-making. This may be achieved by dedicating a section of training modules on optimisation of vignette utilisation.
Almila Amihan R. Borinaga, Rodulfo T. Aunzo
Published: 29 July 2021
Journal La Edusci, Volume 2, pp 58-64; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v2i2.378

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In the light of the New Normal, the students' attention has moved to computer technology. Thus, this research study investigated the VSU-Isabel students' computer self-efficacy and computer value during the New Normal. The study employed quantitative-descriptive research utilizing the mean and standard deviation of the students' responses in the survey items. It also employed a correlational approach in establishing the relationship between students' computer self-efficacy and computer value. A convenience sampling technique was used to arrive at a sample of 687 student-respondents from 1st year to 5th year. The research study revealed that the students are undecided if they can use computers compared to the other students. Also, it was found out that students agreed about the value of computers. Additionally, the study revealed that there is a significant and low positive correlation, r (685) = .387, p = .01, between the students' computer self-efficacy belief and computer value belief during the New Normal. These findings recommend the expanded use of technology during the new normal such as using different available digital platforms to develop the computer self-efficacy of the students.
Rodulfo T. Aunzo
Published: 29 July 2021
Journal La Edusci, Volume 2, pp 1-18; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v2i2.351

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Almost every organization makes use of a Facebook group. They utilized it to debate themes and other problems concerning their own survival. Numerous mathematics instructors have already embraced its usefulness as a method of providing instructional materials to their pupils in the modern day. With these factors in mind, this research study on the use of Facebook groups in the teaching-learning process of mathematics was performed with the pioneer batch of ABM students at the University of San Carlos – Senior High School in Cebu City, Philippines. Through this amazing and updated communication medium, the kids learnt a new lesson. The statistical study revealed that the use of Facebook groups in the teaching-learning process of mathematics is beneficial. This is shown by the statistical equality of the experimental and control groups' post-test results. This demonstrates that the performance of students in the experimental and control groups is comparable. This is because the experimental groups did not participate in classroom discussions yet fared as well as the controls groups who did. Additional pertinent results from the research are provided in this article.
Ennejie Dawn, Miciendily Molde Laure
Published: 29 July 2021
Journal La Edusci, Volume 2, pp 51-57; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v2i2.379

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The purpose of this study is to identify the difficulties and impediments that educational institutions in underdeveloped nations confront. Distance learning is critical to sustaining education during the COVID-19 epidemic. This creates a number of difficulties when implementing remote learning. One of the difficulties encountered is a lack of contact with instructors throughout the learning process, which results in a less effective learning process.
Rusly Hidayah, Achmad Lutfi, Dian Novita
Published: 25 January 2021
Journal La Edusci, Volume 2, pp 14-19; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v2i1.266

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The purpose of this research is to get the draft chemistry learning media design developed to support ecopreneurship. Ecopreneurship at FMIPA UNESA is broken down into eco-innovation (new ideas), eco opportunities, and eco commitment. Design of this research is giving the assignment to research objectives. The model development research with stages, SMK learning in class, students doing assignments, arrange learning media design, assessing game design, and data analysis. The assignment is compiling a plan for developing instructional media that can be applied in chemistry learning in SMK. That assignment was assessed by 3 experts and the score was averaged. The assessment has been fulfilled if all media plans have met the fulfillment criteria. The innovation of chemistry media was also assessed and has met the innovation when obtaining an average of at least 4 with a maximum scale of 5. This research was conducted at the Department of Chemistry FMIPA UNESA in the odd semester of the academic year 2019/2020. the results showed 4 vocational chemistry learning media designs, (1) VCO-Making KIT, (2) Voltaic Cell KIT, (3) Acid-base Mini Lab, and (4) Red and Ox Games. All of that has fulfilled the contents and construct besides that the student has a new idea.
Orifjon Saidmamatov, Raximov Quvondiq Ozodovich
Published: 25 January 2021
Journal La Edusci, Volume 2, pp 1-5; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v2i1.263

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Past examinations uncover that the prescient control of developments is weakened in children with Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD), most likely connected with shortfall within the inner modelling of movements. The aim of the present study was to investigate the effect of a motor skills training program in children with Developmental Coordination Disorder. The study was done at four kindergartens in the Khorezm region of Uzbekistan for duration of 10 weeks. All 27 children with DCD who taken part were referred to the research and score at and below the 16th percentile for their age on the Movement Assessment Battery for Children (MABC 2). Participants were divided into an intervention group (n=18) receiving 10 weeks of motor skills training program for 40 min twice per week and the control group (n=9) proceeded with exercises of everyday living. Twenty-four children finalized the research, with 14 boys and 10 girls (mean age 5.17, SD= 0.702). All children in the intervention group had a sharp increase in total percentile ranking of MABC 2 but a further decrease was observed in the control group except for one child. The study supports 10 weeks of a motor skills training program which can be a beneficial intervention for physical education specialists to enhance motor skills for children with DCD.
Deby Sinta Darise, Healthy Hidayanty, Suriah Suriah, Veni Hadju, Burhanuddin Bahar, Erniwati Ibrahim
Published: 25 January 2021
Journal La Edusci, Volume 2, pp 6-13; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v2i1.291

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Past examinations uncover that the prescient control of developments is weakened in children with Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD), most likely connected with shortfall within the inner modelling of movements. The aim of the present study was to investigate the effect of a motor skills training program in children with Developmental Coordination Disorder. The study was done at four kindergartens in the Khorezm region of Uzbekistan for duration of 10 weeks. All 27 children with DCD who taken part were referred to the research and score at and below the 16th percentile for their age on the Movement Assessment Battery for Children (MABC 2). Participants were divided into an intervention group (n=18) receiving 10 weeks of motor skills training program for 40 min twice per week and the control group (n=9) proceeded with exercises of everyday living. Twenty-four children finalized the research, with 14 boys and 10 girls (mean age 5.17, SD= 0.702). All children in the intervention group had a sharp increase in total percentile ranking of MABC 2 but a further decrease was observed in the control group except for one child. The study supports 10 weeks of a motor skills training program which can be a beneficial intervention for physical education specialists to enhance motor skills for children with DCD.
Sutidte Noutsara, Tumkom Neunjhem, Watchaeeya Chemrutsame
Published: 25 January 2021
Journal La Edusci, Volume 2, pp 20-27; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v2i1.367

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The purpose of this research is to illustrate students' errors using Newman's methods for working on problems in mathematical set materials as a basis for description. For the purpose of gathering data, researchers make observations both before the start of a study and throughout the course of the study, that is, when students are working on the exams that are provided. Unstructured observation is the kind of observation that will be utilized by researchers in their investigations. The exam is also used to evaluate students' errors in completing math narrative problems using provided material, which is based on Newman's Error Analysis. During the interviews, students are interviewed one at a time in order to make it simpler for researchers to explain the errors they made while attempting to solve the provided issue. The result of the study shows that High Ability Category experience reading and comprehension errors. They also experience a transformation error in the problem-solving stage of the problem. The problem of process skill is to determine the slice of the set. The answer obtained is not correct and does not match the answer on the question, so the subject makes a mistake at the skill stage of the process
Nuranna Nuranna
Published: 25 January 2021
Journal La Edusci, Volume 2, pp 28-34; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v2i1.366

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This study aims at investigating the effectiveness of Problem Based Learning in enhancing students’ achievement. The design of this research is that of a quasi-experimental kind. The information was collected from two different courses that were both at the same grade level and covering the same subject. The data that was compared came from a variety of historical periods. The control group was recruited before to the outbreak, while the second group was recruited via an online learning session after the pandemic had begun. A pre-test is administered to see if any of the students have previous knowledge of the subject matter that will be taught. Pre-testing may also be thought of as an activity that is used to assess the level of knowledge of the students prior to the delivery of the learning activities itself. The results of the study suggest a slight difference when students are taught using PBL with online and offline learning. There is a conspicuous challenge in online learning due to teacher’s and students’ customization to online learning.
Umarova Fotima Abdurahimovna
Published: 31 December 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i6.258

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The purpose of this article is to analyze the introduction and use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in the special disciplines of higher education, to teach teachers how to improve the effectiveness of teaching and learning through information and communication technologies. This article discusses the issues of improving the knowledge and skills of students through the use of modern information and communication technologies in the preparation of specialists, increasing students' interest in the educational process and the ability to apply their knowledge in practice in the future. The focus is on the need to develop appropriate strategies for a new educational role and, in addition, to enhance the role of learners in integrating information and communication technologies into the educational process. The role and perspective of the teachers was very important, highlighting them as key players in the process. The data show that there is a belief that the use of information and communication technologies in the educational process will help increase the effectiveness of education and facilitate the organization of the educational process. In particular, it shows that the contribution of information and communication technologies to the improvement of the educational process in educational institutions, where information and communication technologies is an innovative factor, is high. Achieving this high level means that the educational institution must not only modernize technological means, but also change the models of teaching.
Arinah Fransori
Published: 31 December 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 5-14; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i6.241

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Along with the times, literature, culture and society are growing steadily. The Three are affected by the speed of movement conditions of social life in the development of modern society lifestyle. The importance of the revitalization process in literature basically is to restore the function of literary works against society. Its main purpose is to describe the influence learning strategy and the revitalization of the regional literary writing activities and reproduce literature. Thus it would be useful both theoretically and practically. It is directly enrich the regional literature as a form of Indonesian literature. The method used in this research is quasi-experimental method (quasi experiment). This study is called an unreal experiment, or also called a mock experiment. After conducting research with the strategy, there are 31 works of literature revitalized through folklore and regional stories that exist in Indonesia. The work then became one and a book entitled Reproduction of Regional Literature R5A. From the experimental results, the groups can be concluded that there is an average score between the experimental group and the control group. Known after consultation on table turns out significant number.
Dorothy Thompson, Nsikak-Abasi A. Etim, NseAbasi Etim
Published: 31 December 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 15-24; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i6.235

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An empirical study was conducted to determine the relationship between higher education and environmental management. Through the multi-stage sampling procedure, the representative sample of 180 respondents were selected for the study. Primary data were obtained with the aid of questionnaire. Data were subjected to univariate probit regression analysis. Results revealed a positive relationship between environmental management and higher education. Findings showed that tertiary education was significant at one percent level suggesting that people who have acquired higher education were more likely to adopt and apply environmental management practices and techniques. Findings further revealed that the variable, no formal education, was negative and significant (P
Tofi Simon Ternenge, Tarbo Nguwasen Dorcas, Agor Cornelius Terwase, Tyopev Comfort Member
Published: 31 December 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 25-36; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i6.250

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The study investigated the perceived impact of OPAC on effective retrieval of information resources by postgraduate students in Benue State University, Makurdi. The study looked at the perceived impact of OPAC on effective retrieval of information resources, purpose of utilizing OPAC by postgraduate students, search strategies used by postgraduate students for effective retrieval of information resources, challenges as well as strategies to enhance the use of OPAC by postgraduate student for effective retrieval of resources. Five (5) objectives with corresponding research questions guided the study. The study adopted descriptive survey research design. The population of the study was made up of 38 postgraduate students who are registered with Benue State University Library. However, the census sampling was adopted for the study due to the small nature of the population. The instrument for data collection was self-structured questionnaire titled “Perceived Impact of OPAC on Information Retrieval Questionnaire” (PIOPACIRQ) which was validated by experts and a reliability coefficient of 0.947 was obtained. Data was collected and analyzed using frequent count and means. Findings of the study revealed that, there is a high perceived impact of OPAC on effective retrieval of information resources by postgraduate students in Benue State University, Makurdi. Finding also revealed that, postgraduate students in Benue State University, Makurdi utilize OPAC for various purposes such as to know the available resources in the university library, to locate books by author, title and subject, assists in obtaining books from the university library, among others. Finding also revealed the search strategies used by postgraduate students for effective retrieval of information resources in Benue State University Makurdi to include by author, title, subject and edition. The study further revealed the challenges hindering the use of OPAC for effective retrieval of information resources in Benue State University, Makurdi to include: lack of skilled library professionals to assists students, lack of orientation from library staff, lack of time to retrieve the vast information, slow internet connectivity speed, among others. Findings finally revealed some key strategies to enhance the use of OPAC for effective retrieval of information resources by postgraduate students in Benue State University, Makurdi which include: employment of skilled/competent library staff, need to design user-friendly OPAC template, improvement of internet connectivity speed, and organizing user education program to orientate postgraduate students on the use of OPAC, among others. Recommendations were also made based on the findings of the study.
Veleriy Thilavongsa, Peter Phoumai, Souvandee Souvandee
Published: 31 December 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 37-41; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i6.288

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This paper aims to discuss the relationship between talent, creativity and achievement. Talent can affect a person's achievement so that he is able to make achievements, in addition to realizing talent, it is necessary to have extensive knowledge, experience and motivation that support that talent. A person with supportive talent and creativity is able to score good achievements because someone with talent and creativity that is developed from an early age will be realized in the form of superior achievements. They are able to develop their talents through their unlimited creativity so that they can make superior achievements.
Zakhro Umarova
Published: 12 December 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 5-8; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i4.223

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Self-education is gaining momentum. Today, the main challenge for universities is to launch open online courses that anyone can access. Such an initiative is a signal to educational organizations that they must rebuild their educational process. It is necessary not only to broadcast information, but also to engage in tutoring support of students, immerse them in real projects and tasks. This article highlights new viewpoints of methodology of organization of students' self - education in higher educational institution.
Bhim Lal Bhandari
Published: 12 December 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 9-15; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i4.211

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This qualitative research study aims to explore the methods and techniques used by teacher educators in Nepalese English Language Teaching (ELT) contexts. Four teacher educators from two campuses of Rupandehi district of Nepal were selected purposively. Open-ended questions were used to collect information from the participants. The results of the study reveal that grammar-translation method (GTM), audio-lingual method and communicative language teaching (CLT) were three major methods like-wise, role play, group, and pair work techniques were found to be used frequently used in the ELT classrooms by teacher educators. The study reveals a positive perception of teachers towards the methods and techniques used by them. It also shows the necessity of the eclectic method with the idea that no method or technique is the best and worst in English language teaching.
Umarova Fotima Abdurahimovna
Published: 12 December 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i4.222

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The purpose of this article is to analyze the introduction and use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in the special disciplines of higher education, to teach teachers how to improve the effectiveness of teaching and learning through information and communication technologies (ICT). This article discusses the issues of improving the knowledge and skills of students through the use of modern information and communication technologies in the preparation of designers, increasing students' interest in the educational process and the ability to apply their knowledge in practice in the future. The focus is on the need to develop appropriate strategies for a new educational role and, in addition, to enhance the role of learners in integrating information and communication technologies (ICT) into the educational process. The role and perspective of the teachers was very important, highlighting them as key players in the process. The data show that there is a belief that the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in the educational process will help increase the effectiveness of education and facilitate the organization of the educational process. In particular, it shows that the contribution of information and communication technologies (ICT) to the improvement of the educational process in educational institutions, where information and communication technologies (ICT) is an innovative factor, is high. Achieving this high level means that the educational institution must not only modernize technological means, but also change the models of teaching.
Quiana Althea Blanco, Mark Lyster Carlota, Ashley Janine Nasibog, Beatriz Rodriguez, Xydel Vie Saldaña, Elaisha Carmel Vasquez, Flordeliza Gagani
Published: 12 December 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 16-25; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i4.220

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The onslaught of the Coronavirus-19 disease around the world has shaken the physical and mental well-being of the global citizenry. The student populace in particular faces added burdens and struggles in light of the pandemic due to the abrupt shift in learning modality and educational delivery to cope with the "new normal." Hence, this study aims to probe the relationship between self-confidence and self-efficacy among the randomly selected sixty (60) Grade 12 students of the University of San Carlos, Cebu City, Philippines while engaging themselves in online learning amidst COVID-19 through a descriptive correlational study. Data were gathered online using valid and reliable 4-point adapted Likert-type survey questionnaires. Results revealed that both self-confidence (x ̅= 2.61, SD= 0.84), and self-efficacy (x = 2.83, SD= 0.80) were described as high. Pearson's r correlation was also found to be significant, r (58) = .2144, p = .000059, p
Zakhro Umarova
Published: 31 October 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 1-5; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i5.252

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Today, in XXI century using digital media and media resources in learning and teaching process become a vital. Media become powerful tool in educational process and it gives opportunities gaining effectiveness of teaching and learning process. Majority surveys, which were held in different countries and regions, are showing high quality education results proving that digital media and media resources are effective means in educational process. This article reveals the pedagogical possibilities of media resources in the digital media educational environment.
Muslimov Narzulla Alekhanovich, Umarova Fotima Abdurakhimovna
Published: 31 October 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 6-10; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i5.253

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The article describes the pedagogical conditions for organizing the educational process, training designers using modern information and communication technologies, performing tasks for students in practical and laboratory classes. The radical solution to the problem of increasing the effectiveness of education is not to expand the technical capabilities of modern information technology, but to develop a system of didactic and methodological principles of their application in the educational process.
Husnul Khatimah, Aslin Antonius
Published: 31 October 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 19-23; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i5.257

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This study discusses teacher mastery of students psychology in Learning process. Forms of the Student's (spiritual) Psychological Aspects Intelligence/level of Student Intelligence is the ability to react / adapt to the environment student attitude It is a tendency to respond in a relatively constant manner to all objects of people, goods, etc, both positively and negatively. The Role of teachers in fostering student Psychology important psychological factor in achieving learning success, every prospective teacher/professional teacher needs to have knowledge and understanding of intelligence so that they can understand the level of intelligence of their students. it can be interpreted that the role of the teacher in coaching students' psychology which includes internal aspects (intelligence, talents, attitudes, interests and motivation) as well as external aspects of students are very important.
Umarov Abdurakhim Vakhitovich
Published: 31 October 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 11-14; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i5.255

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In Uzbekistan, as well as in all areas, the study of international experience in higher education and the implementation of innovations have become one of the most pressing issues of the day. The article examines implementation of trends of modern foreign education practices in Uzbekistan education system. In traditional learning, teachers often allow students to dominate the group or depend on the group. In traditional learning, social skills are often not taught directly. Monitoring through observation and intervention is often carried out by the teacher when group learning is taking place.
Jurayev Tuychi Norbutaevich
Published: 13 October 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 33-37; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i3.193

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Currently, the main task of teachers is to develop the needs of students for self-development and self-improvement, which is a decisive factor in the upbringing and formation of personality. Practice has shown that modern teachers better assimilate the studied topics as a result of using SMART technologies to effectively determine the goals of the lesson, compared to the indicators of topics studied traditionally. This article discuss about analyzes the methods of using smart learning apps in the classroom and the expected results.
Nuriath A. Habibu, Iramba F. Iramba, Yusuph Kambuga
Published: 13 October 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 23-32; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i3.195

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The purpose of this paper was to determine the prevalence of sports betting among secondary school students in Tanzania. The study was conducted in the Dodoma region and covered four secondary schools in Dodoma City. The probability sampling procedure was used to select students randomly for everyone to have the chance of being involved. The judgmental sampling technique were used to collect information from the head of discipline units and class teachers, and simple random sampling was used to select both public and private secondary schools. The study administered questionnaires and interview questions to students, classes, head of discipline units, and class teachers. The questionnaires and interview questions targeted at picturing out the rate at which sports betting was intruding students. The finding shows that students aged between 10-17 years were reported to have high interest and feelings to take the risks of betting. The findings also show that females students are less involved in betting activities compared to male students. Besides, it was found that male students spend more of their precious time 6-10 hours a day in betting compared to female students. Furthermore, it was revealed that majority of students had taken part in more than one bet among the identified games including bet-way, premier bet, sport pesa, and tatu Mzuka.s
Rameshwar Jyoti
Published: 13 October 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 1-10; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i3.125

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Listening skill is one of the four major skills of language that most language learners desire to get mastery in order to communicate effectively in different contexts. It is one of the most challenging skills for many students. The main aim of this study, therefore, was to explore English language students’ listening comprehension difficulties. I employed a survey research design as a research method. Randomly selected sixty male and sixty female students studying English at three community schools of Rupandehi district, Nepal took part in this study as research respondents. They all were from secondary level. A closed ended questionnaire with 24 items on students' listening problem was administered to elicit the data from the respondents. The results of questionnaire indicated that content of the listening text (e.g., unfamiliar words, idiom, feeling fatigue while listening to the long text) was the major source of listening difficulties for the students. The second source of difficulty was related to the listener that included lack of concentration with long listening text and existence of noise in the place. The third difficulty included linguistic features such as complex grammatical structures, pronunciation and problems in distinguishing the word boundaries. And the last source of listening problem was concerned with speaker’s speed of speech and different accents. The findings also raise awareness of both teachers and students regarding the listening comprehension problems.
Musmir Haeriah, Mardiana Ahmad, Wardihan Sinrang, Syafruddin Syarif
Published: 13 October 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 11-16; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i3.159

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This article aims to discuss the design of a web-based Bugis Midwife application as a learning medium for normal childbirth care for lecturers in terms of improving the skills of providing normal delivery care and filling out student partographs and SOAP before going to the field. The type of research used in this research is Research and Development (RnD). The test analysis uses the experimental design model One Group pretest - posttest Design to see whether the application of web-based Bugis Midwives can be better in improving the provision of normal delivery care for students, with a sample of 40 students divided into two groups, a small sample of 10 people and a sample 30 people then analyzed the data using the Wilcoxon Test on SPSS. The results of the posttest after using the application for 3 weeks showed that there were 28 students who scored above 75 with the pass category (93.33%) and there were 2 students who scored below 75 with the category of still needing guidance (6.66%). Furthermore, based on the Wilcoxon test, the results obtained were P value 0.00
Olga Babiak
Published: 13 October 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 17-22; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i3.183

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The paper deals with the communication peculiarities of mentally retarded adolescents, the maturity of motivational, operational and cognitive components of their communication. A carried out empirical study made it possible to assess the extent and quality of communication components in the adolescents with mental retardation. Using theoretical and empirical research methods, features of the functioning of the motivational, operational and cognitive communication components were defined. The motivational component helps to identify personal and social needs that determine the communication of a personality, the operational one – communicative behavior that meets the society behavior pattern standards and is carried out by means of self-regulation; the cognitive one – communicative competence and culture, which are determined by communicative qualities, knowledge, skills, and abilities. The research results give grounds for arguing that the mentally retarded adolescents’ communication is insufficiently mature, in other words, it is characterized by dominant behavior forms with negative attitude towards peers, low need for interaction, affective behavior manifestations, proneness to conflicts, limited communication skills; increased level of aggressiveness, which is expressed in affective, frustrated forms of deviations in emotional-volitional sphere; immaturity of communicative means of making contacts. The low level of communication components maturity results in significant difficulties in interaction, which in turn affects person’s further socialization and integration into the society.
Hijriana Hijriana
Published: 30 August 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 26-30; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i4.248

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This article provides an explanation of the concept of Building a Whole Indonesian Man in Pancasila Education. Developing Indonesian people as a whole is, in essence, Indonesia's national development. It is also the basic concept of Indonesian education. Building a Whole Indonesian Man has a relationship with Pancasila. As discussed earlier that Pancasila is the basis of the state which is the guideline for the Indonesian nation. So whatever is to be done within the Indonesian state basically must make Pancasila as a guideline in regulating the life and welfare of its people.
Aysha Khatoon, Asma Afzal, Kiran Kiran, Bakhtawar Ijaz
Published: 30 April 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 13-18; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i2.91

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This study is to investigate the significant relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Academic Performance. This investigate was done employing a quantitative strategy additionally an essential information was collected from understudies. In other to be in line with the quantitative approach chosen for this proposition, the medium through which information will be collected from respondent. only empathy and self-motivation has stronger influence (as in seen in the mean figures, correlation and regression analysis) on the academic performance of the students of economic department. It is found that while self-awareness, emotional management and interpersonal skill has a weak influence (as seen only in the mean and correlation figures) on the academic performance of students. Thus, this study recommends that students who want to succeed in their academic pursuit should take notes of their emotions intelligence (empathy and self-motivation skills). It is important for the University of Karachi to organize seminars either semester or yearly to enable students have a better understanding to their emotions or how it influences their education and academic performance.
Indra Ginting, Asriwati Asriwati, Ismail Effendy, Tiwanto Dakhi
Published: 30 April 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 27-34; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i2.133

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COVID-19 is a disease outbreak that originated in China that is spreading rapidly throughout the world. COVID-19 spread in Indonesia in mid-March 2020. The spread of this virus caused losses to many countries, especially in the economic sector. In the field of education, COVID-19 also drastically changes the learning model; All learning activities are carried out online, starting from elementary school to university level. This research is a qualitative descriptive study that describes online learning activities at the Helvetia Institute of Health after it has been determined that all learning activities are carried out at home using online mode. The subjects consisted of 4 students and 3 lecturers at the Helvetia Institute of Health. Data collection using interviews. Based on the results of interviews, online learning activities at the Helvetia Institute of Health have been effective by using the Zoom, Google Classroom, Schoology, Webex, E-Learning, WhatsApp, and Cloux applications. Obstacles in the implementation of online learning are the problem of internet connection and inadequate economy.
Evy Nurachma, Lambang Subagiyo, Johansyah
Published: 30 April 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 19-26; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i2.111

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The objectives to be achieved through this research are describe the Quality Assurance Model, Formulate the Quality Assurance Model, Describe the inhibiting factors and solution of the Quality assurance system at the Husada Flower Midwifery Academy, the Mahakam Pearl Midwifery Academy and the East Kalimantan Health Polytechnic. This study uses a qualitative approach to the type. Data collection techniques are carried out through in-depth interviews, participant observation and documentation. Establish procedures for preparation of implementation and required resources. Prepare human resources through the process of training, workshops and discussions. Samarinda Mahakam Pearl Midwifery Academy Samarinda. Conducted based on: Academic documents: quality standards that have been set. Quality document: as an instrument to achieve predetermined standards. Poltekkes Kemenkes East Kalimantan, The implementation of improving the quality assurance system is guided by: quality assurance principles oriented to inputs, processes and outputs. Formulation of Quality Assurance, preparation of quality improvement strategy plans is carried out systematically and structured in each midwifery academy which is oriented towards improving the quality of inputs, processes and outputs, with different strategies. Inhibiting factors and quality assurance system solutions implemented by carrying out: self-evaluation, internal academic quality audits, solutions carried out to determine the achievement of quality standards that have been set and evaluation findings used as material to improve the quality assurance improvement, which is planned, implemented and evaluated carried out implementation control and improvement in accordance with midwifery vocational education standards properly.
Published: 30 April 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 6-12; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i2.90

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The main aim of this research paper is focused on the present debatable issue of Nepalese academia whether the use of English as a medium of instruction in community school is judicious or not. In this research, both the primary and secondary data are used to complete this research. The data are gathered through the questionnaire and interview. For the Primary sources of data twenty-five teachers were selected from the community schools by using purposive sampling procedure. From this study, it is justified that the use of English as a medium of instruction in community schools is beneficial. The use of English helps the progress of the students rather it hampers in their learning activities. The social assumption of Nepalese people that English as medium of instruction as in the private boarding school could make the student excellent has been proved correct. The government should provide all training, courses and infrastructure for the community school for instruction in English medium.
, Syamsidar Syamsidar, Lily Dianafitry
Published: 30 April 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 1-5; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i2.82

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It is believed that men are different from women in communicating their ideas and feelings through the communication system called language. This article divulges how gender factor influences EFL instructors’ instructional talks in Indonesian context. It goes over findings of a case study undertaken at two colleges in Makassar, South Sulawesi. In the study, four EFL instructors (two male and two female) of the colleges were purposively chosen as the subjects, and the data leading to the findings were obtained through classroom observation. The findings reveal that the male instructors’ instructional talks are quite stiff and typically stimulate instructor-centered atmosphere, while the female instructors’ are more genial and naturally stimulate instructor-students harmonious interactive communications. Thus, it can be inferred that while the male instructors tend to be ‘commanders’ in front of the class, the female set themselves as amicable “mothers” to the students.
Luís Manoe
Published: 30 January 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 7-11; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i1.27

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Competency-based Language Teaching (CBLT) causes character education issue and its competence in facing a complex social circumstance which is quite conspicuous when implementing in national scale. Content-based Instruction (CBI) covers students and teacher proficiency that is considered not effective if the implementation does not take material and students’ different competence into account. Cooperative Language Learning (CLL) weakness shows a feasible challenging with the classroom discussion dynamics and the allotted time. The weakness shows one leads to a broad scale, the other one causes teacher and students and the last costs the practical implementation.
Published: 30 January 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 33-39; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i1.46

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Students’ Perception toward Psychological Problems Faced in Public Speaking Class of English Department. (A Descriptive Research of Students at English Department Year 2015 at Muhammadiyah University of Makassar). This study aimed to find the students perception toward psychological problems faced in terms of fear and anxiety in public speaking class of English department. The data was collected from Fourth semester students of English Department who learned Public Speaking Subject. This study used descriptive qualitative research design. The instruments used were questionnaire and interview. The questionnaire was distributed to 40 students from different classes and based on the questionnaire scores the researcher took 10 students to be interviewed in order to know their perception. The questionnaire used was PSCAS (Public Speaking Class Anxiety Scale) and the interview used was semi structured interview. Based on findings, it was found that 33 of 40 or 82.5% students were indicated having medium level of fear and anxiety in public speaking class and 7 of 40 or17.5% students were having low level of fear and anxiety in public speaking class. Furthermore, it was found that the students gave negative perception toward psychological problems faced in public speaking class of English department. Moreover, there were several factors of students’ public speaking class fear and anxiety, those were fear of making mistakes, feeling that their friends would laugh at them, fear when looked at the audiences’ eyes, though that other students were better than them, and students did not have good preparation. Students perceived that public speaking class fear and anxiety impact negatively toward their performance in public speaking class such as students forgot their speech preparation, students were confused and stop to speak, made the students uncomfortable to speak English in public speaking class.
Published: 30 January 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 25-32; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i1.29

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This research aimed at finding out the improvement of the students’ critical comprehension and creative comprehension. The researcher applied a pre-experimental design. The sample was taken by a total sampling technique and the total number of samples was 20 students. It employed eight meetings (one meeting for pre-test, six meetings for treatment, and one meeting for post-test). It employed a reading test as an instrument. The results of this research showed that the Note-Taking Technique improved students’ reading skill which focused on critics and creativity. It was proved by the students’ post-test score that was higher than the students’ pre-test score. It also proved by the value of the t-test 6.29, which was higher than the value of t- table 2.093. This indicated that the alternative hypothesis was accepted, and the null hypothesis was rejected and there was a significant difference in the students’ reading skill before and after using Note-Taking Technique. It was concluded that the use of Note-Taking Technique can improve the students’ reading skill.
Published: 30 January 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 12-24; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i1.28

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This research aimed at finding out the improvement of the students’ writing ability and interest by using Instagram as media. To find out the improvements, the writer used pre-experimental design with one group pre-test and post-test design and questionnaire. The population of this research was the eleventh-grade students’ at SMA Muhammadiyah 1 Unismuh Makassar, academic year 2017/2018. The sample was class XI IPA taken by purposive sampling technique which consisted of 10 students. It employed five meetings (one meeting for pre-test, three meetings for treatment, and one meeting for post-test and questionnaire). It employed writing test as instrument. The research findings indicated that the application of using Instagram was effective in improving the students’ writing skill in term of content and organization. It was proved by the value of the total t-test was 6.30, which was higher than the value of t-table (1.833). This indicated that (H1) was accepted, and (H0) was rejected. It means that there was a significant difference of the students’ writing skill before and after using Instagram in classroom. The students’ interest in writing also improved after the treatment. It was shown by students’ answers in the questionnaire. Most students gave positive respons toward the use of instagram to improve their interst in writing, even they think that this method can be applied in classroom to attract their attention and interest. Therefore, this research is very useful for learning process as a reference for teachers to teach in classroom.
Handam, Muchlas M Tahir
Published: 30 January 2020
Journal La Edusci, Volume 1, pp 1-6; https://doi.org/10.37899/journallaedusci.v1i1.26

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This article aims to discuss the political activity of beginner voter education for high school students to realize the awareness of novice voters to participate in elections, understanding the importance of the role of novice voters in the democratic process, and knowledge of political developments for novice voters. The results achieved are the emergence of student enthusiasm in discussing matters related to political issues. It is quite visible that this is marked by the topics they discuss about elections that produce trustworthy leaders and then enlightenment given in understanding the importance of novice voters in participating the election was well received and the enthusiasm for conducting the election received a positive response from the students, but it was interesting because it turned out that students' understanding of the general election was more influenced by the media they watched such as TV and social media
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