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Diyanti Jati Pratiwi, Tatag Yuli Eko Siswono, Neni Mariana
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 312-322; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i3.217

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The research is aimed to observe the effect of role-playing problem-posing learning methods on emotional intelligence and mathematic problem-solving ability. This research was a quasi-experimental research with a non-equivalent pretest-posttest control group design. The sample was chosen by random sampling with Primary 4A 17 students as a control group class and Primary IV B 17 students as an experiment group class. The Data collection techniques was done through emotional intelligent questionnaire and mathematics problem-solving test. T-test was used as an analysis technique due to data collection before and after the research program. Based on T-test analysis for emotional intelligence and mathematic problem-solving ability, the data showed there was no difference before and after research in both control and experiment class with the value of sig. 2 tailed 0,303>0,05 for emotional intelligence and mathematic problem-solving ability got sig. 2 tailed scores 0,908>0,05. The differences shown in control and experiment classes after learning method in the research with the value of sig. 2 tailed 0,02<0,05 for emotional intelligence and mathematic problem-solving ability got sig. 2 tailed scores 0,01<0,05. In this research, the learning method was the only thing which caused differences, so the researcher concluded that there was an effect of role-playing problem posing learning method to students’ emotional intelligence and mathematics problem-solving ability
Rebecca Hayyu Rachmaprilia, Bachtiar Syaiful Bachri, Hendratno
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 364-378; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i3.221

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Research aims to determine the role of teachers, physical aspects of motor skills, home visit activities for children, and the physical motor development of children aged 4-5 years during the Covid-19 pandemic through home visit activities at Alif Kindergarten Surabaya. This research is a descriptive qualitative research because it describes the phenomenon as it is, namely the description of the physical motor aspects of children aged 4-5 years at Alif Kindergarten Surabaya during the Covid-19 pandemic through home visits. The approach used in this research is a case study because this phenomenon is only centered in TK Alif Surabaya. Case study data can be obtained from all parties concerned, in other words in this study collected from various sources (Nawawi, 2003). The results of this study can be concluded that the teacher's home visit activity is one solution as an online learning support activity for children aged 4-5 years at Alif Kindergarten Surabaya. The development achievements of children aged 4-5 years at Alif Kindergarten Surabaya during teacher home visits during the Covid-19 pandemic are: 1) Children can imitate animal movements; 2) Write numbers, letters, hijaiyah; 3) Jump, 4) Playing with plasticine; 5) Movement and song; 6) Coloring, cutting, and pasting.
Anggy Ayu Maharrany, Tukiran, Sunu Kuntjoro
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 288-300; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i3.212

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Mind mapping is an innovative learning strategy that has an impact on learning. This research aims to define and analyze the use of mind mapping in learning. This research is qualitative-descriptive with library research type. The results of the research show that the use of mind mapping not only has advantages, but also various disadvantages when used in learning. To minimize these weaknesses, this research reviews 20 journals (2018-2022) both nationally and those that have been selected through Google Scholar. The steps in reviewing the research literature are collecting journals/articles about mind mapping, reducing journals/articles for the last five years (2018-2022), analyzing the definition of mind mapping, synthesizing the opportunities and impacts of using mind mapping in learning, analyzing obstacles to mind mapping utilization in learning, and making conclusions. Based on library research, it is found that one way for teachers and students to maximize learning is by designing mind mapping with other learning models or tools. Another finding is that teachers can use various applications to make it easier for students to make mind maps. With this research, it is hoped that learning will be fun and improve students' thinking skills.
Dinda Habba Kamaliya, Tukiran, Sifak Indana
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 354-363; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i3.213

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This research aims to describe and analyze the implementation of digital and electronic media as learning media during the COVID-19 pandemic. This research is a qualitative research using a literacy study method based on articles and books relevant to the implementation of digital and electronic learning media in Indonesia in the period 2018-2022. As for analyzing research data, the author uses inductive thinking methods. This method brings together various information from previous research related to the use of digital and electronic media as learning media during the COVID-19 pandemic. to be generalized into a new idea whose validity can be justified. Based on the results of a study of 20 articles from previous research, it can be seen that research on digital and electronic media as learning media in 2018-2022 contains development and application during the Covid-19 pandemic. The types and methods of research carried out varied including research and development, qualitative, quantitative, and literature review research. The development and application of digital and electronic media has proven to be still not fully effective in the learning process during this pandemic, the difficulty of internet access is still an obstacle for several studies. However, there are also many studies that show that the use of digital and electronic media in the learning process is considered effective, interesting and easily accessible to students wherever and whenever.
Thinna Naftali Woenardi, Haris Supratno, Mudjito Mudjito, Irlen Olshenia Rambu Putri
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 269-287; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i3.220

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This research discusses a comparative study between the educational concepts of John Dewey and Cornelius Van Til to find a concept of education that teaches children not only to achieve intellectual intelligence but also to shape the child's character and make the child a person who fears God. This research uses a qualitative method, a literature study research approach (library). Based on the results of the research, the author makes a curriculum design that tends to Van Til's concept of education because in the idea of education according to Van Til, he emphasizes education based on God's Word, which is the basis for building human character and making children as individuals who are not only intellectually intelligent but also intellectually intelligent. The results of this research indicate that there is a sharp difference between the views of John Dewey and Cornelius Van Til regarding education. John Dewey focused education on human intelligence alone. Education must introduce children to who their Creator is so that children live responsibly towards their Creator. Education that intervenes in faith, education that applies Bible integration teaches children moral values ​​and character to become God-fearing individual’s fear of God.
Diyah Nur Rahmawati, Tarzan Purnomo, Sunu Kuntjoro
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 340-353; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i3.214

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Critical thinking skills are one of the skills needed by students in the 21st century. The research aims to describe and analyze the application of the SETS approach in improving students' critical thinking skills in Indonesia. The method used in this study is a qualitative method of secondary data in the form of a literature study based on the results of previous research. The sample in this study was 20 published scientific articles. Based on the analysis of 20 articles analyzed, it can be seen that the SETS approach can improve students' critical thinking skills which include increasing the N-gain value, positive student responses during learning, and student activity. Further research should integrate other innovative learning models with the SETS approach so that they can be used to develop other 21st-century skills.
Putri Nanda Agustin, Nadi Suprapto, Sunu Kuntjoro
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 323-339; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i3.216

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This research describes the validity of learning materials consisting of the syllabus, lesson plans, handouts, student worksheets, assessment of creative thinking skills, and concept mastery. The method is a modified research and development method, and this research is only limited to the validity of the learning materials. The developed learning materials were tested on 18 grade ten of Senior High School students. The data collection was carried out using the validation methods, and data analysis was carried out quantitatively. The validation results by three validators concluded that the syllabus obtained an average score of 3.81 with a completely valid category, lesson plan obtained an average score of 3.87 with a completely vali category. Meanwhile, handouts obtained an average score of 3.78 with a completely valid category, student worksheets obtained an average score of 3.88 with a completely valid category, assessment of creative thinking obtained an average score of 3.83 with a completely valid category, and assessment of concept mastery obtained an average score of 3.77 with a completely valid category. So that the learning materials developed is declared valid.
Ologele Ibrahim
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 379-390; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i3.222

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The Coronavirus outbreak proved to be one of the most transformative events in the modern period. This study objectives are to investigate whether difference exist between knowledge of covid-19 risk and; (i) not use of nose mask, (ii) not observe social distance and, (iii) whether difference exist between Muslim and Christianity on awareness of Covid-19 risk in the study area. The population of the study comprised all secondary school students in the study area. The study adopted a descriptive research design of survey type and multi-stage sampling technique was used to select 266 respondents participated in the study. The findings of the study revealed that, the students have knowledge that no use of nose mask is a risk for contacting Covid-19 disease, students do not have knowledge that failure to observe social distance is a risk for contacting Covid-19 infection and there is no difference between Muslim and Christian students of their awareness on Covid-19 pandemic risk among secondary school students in the study area The researcher recommends among others that the Patigi local government educational authority should organize enlightenment programme for secondary school students that will educate them on the activities that can put them at the risk of contacting Covid-19 infection which is harmful to their health
Riska Dwi Anggraini, Tjipto Prastowo, Elok Sudibyo
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 301-311; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i3.219

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This study examines problem-solving as one of fundamental cognitive processes required for the 21st century skills. In this context, physics learning is generally directed to focusing on how students in schools attain this ability, which includes analyzing, evaluating, and reflecting activities to find solutions to a problem based on student’s own knowledge and experience. The aim of the current study is to determine student’s profiles on problem-solving skills at the initial stage for a given subject of electric circuits in a classroom setting. Students of Muhammadiyah 3 Vocational High School, Gresik, Indonesia specialized in electrical engineering were sampled as targetted people. The method used was a descriptive approach, where instruments for data collection were developed using Polya's steps. Research findings were derived from student performance indicators, namely understanding a given problem which scored 55.9%, planning strategy for a solution to the problem which achieved 48.7%, implementing the strategy which obtained 7.7%, and checking the solution which marked 13.85%. In conclusion, the results showed that students’ skills on problem-solving was found to be at a very low level.
Titin Sunarti
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 259-268; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i3.218

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This research has the goal of analyzing the research of multi representation capabilities in physical matter. This research is a literature study with bibliometric analysis. Secondary data collection of research using Publish or Perish (PoP) in the form of articles of the last six years (2014-2021) on Google Scholar and Scopus. The results of the analysis of 19 research articles were analyzed based on the number of studies each year, VOSViewer visualization, multi representation of measured abilities including problem-solving, understanding concepts, student activities. The highest number of publications in 2021 was 6 articles, in 2015, 2016 there was no VOSViewer Visualization obtained by three dominant clusters. There are seven articles linking multi representation capabilities to problem-solving abilities for a variety of physical materials. The application of multi representation to the understanding of concepts in some materials has been carried out in as many as seven studies. This research is expected to be the next research reference in analyzing the application of appropriate learning models to improve the multi representation ability of learners for various levels of education.
Dhanang Setyo Ervana, Raharjo Raharjo, Munasir Munasir
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 162-181; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i2.199

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This study aims to describe the effectiveness of 3D models online modules to practice mastery of solar system conceptual knowledge. The effectiveness of the 3D models online modules was measured using a conceptual knowledge mastery test instrument which was tested on 15 7th grade junior high school students in Jombang district, East Jawa, Indonesia. The test instrument consisted of 30 questions with the addition of the Certainty of Response Index (CRI) which was divided into 3 meetings and each meeting tested 10 questions. The results showed that 48.67% of students had been able to master conceptual knowledge when given the 3D models online modules. However, 31.11% of students experienced misconceptions, 8.44% answered correctly because of luck and 11.78% had not been able to master conceptual knowledge. Because the resulting misconceptions fall into the moderate criteria, it can be concluded that the 3D models online modules in general has not been effective in practicing mastery of solar system conceptual knowledge. When examined further, this ineffectiveness is found in the cognitive dimensions of C4, learning indicators (LI) 1, 3 and 4, as well as conceptual knowledge sub-types (CKST) 1 and 3. While the effective 3D models online modules in cognitive dimensions C2 and C5, learning indicators (LI) 2 and 5, and conceptual knowledge sub-types (CKST) 2
Indah Solichatin, Wahono Widodo, Munasir Munasir
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 224-238; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i2.209

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The purpose of the research is to develop a STEM-based PjBL model of learning tools to train students' creativity through the Flood Detection Alarm project task. The research development design is a 4D model (Define, Design, Develop and Disseminate). Methods of collecting research data using validation, questionnaires, observation, assessment, and documentation.The validity of the learning device has an average score above the value of 3 (valid). The practicality of learning devices is in the very good category, obstacles that occur during learning can be resolved with several solutions so that learning can run smoothly as expected. The effectiveness of the learning tools is effective in terms of the creativity of the students, the average score is 87.6% (very creative) and the students' responses are the average score is 94% (positive). The conclusion that can be underlined from the results of this study is the development of science learning tools with the PjBL model with a STEM approach that is suitable for training students' creativity in making Flood Detection Alarm products on Dynamic Electricity material.
Dewi Fitriyatus Sholihah, Bachtiar Syaiful Bachri, Miftakhul Jannah
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 182-191; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i2.205

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The purpose of the study was to analyze effect of capillary games foster children’s cognitive and language abilities. The research was conducted using a quasi-experimental design with a quantitative approach. The experimental design used was a nonequivalent control group design. The research study was situated in an Indonesian early childhood education institution with a total of 30 children in the experimental group and 30 children in the control group. The data analysis technique in this study uses parametric statistics independent t test. The results showed that (1) there was an effect of capillary game foster children’s cognitiveve abilities, statistically the value of t = -4.382 with a significant level of p = 0.000 less than 5%; (2) there is an effect of the capillary game on childrens’s language abilities, statistically the value of t = -4.617 with a significant level of 0.000 less than 5%. Based on the results of the research and discussion, it can be concluded that cappilarry games foster childrens’s cognitive and language abilities in an Indonesian early childhood education institution.Through from cappilarry games makes the childrens was recognice many color so the cognitive abilities can be foster. Another ability, cappilarry games make the childrens fluent to be telling stories so the language abilities can be foster. The practical implication in this research is that capillary games can be the foster children’s cognitive and language abilities.
Ibrahim Ologele
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 210-223; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i2.163

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The Covid-19 pandemic disease has modified the education system in Nigeria to distance learning using online platforms to stop and reduce the chain of distribution of coronavirus which highly contagious disease among students. This study objectives are to investigate whether Covid-19 pandemic result to; (1) change in university academic calendar, (2) difficulty in coping with online class, (3) inability to concentrate with online education tools. The population of the study comprised all undergraduates in the Faculty of Education, University of Ilorin, Nigeria. The study adopted a descriptive research design of survey type which involved the use of three-stages sampling techniques to choose two hundred and fifty-seven undergraduates from the five selected departments out of nine departments in the study area. The researcher developed a questionnaire validated by three experts in the related field was used as an instrument for the study. The findings of the study indicated that the Covid-19 pandemic disease has influence on changes in University academic calendar, has influence on the difficulty in coping with online class and also, has influence on inability to concentrate with online educational tools among Undergraduates. The researcher recommends among others that the lecturers should use appropriate techniques and teaching aids that will make online lessons interesting for learners
Fera Lindra Ismawanti, Mohamad Nur, Leny Yuanita
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 239-247; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i2.208

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This research aims to determine the effect of the SAVI learning model on the critical thinking skills of junior high school students. The method used in this research is one group pre-test-post test, with a descriptive quantitative approach. The test is done online via a google form. The question instrument contains 10 multiple choice questions and 5 questions on the description of the digestive system material that has been validated by the validator. This study involved 90 students of grade 8. The results showed that the validation results of critical thinking test questions obtained a mode 4 score and a reliability value of 86%, while the results of the students' critical thinking skills test showed that after the SAVI learning model was applied there was an increase obtained from the average pretest score of 40 and the average score The post-test average was 81 so that the N-gain score increased by 0.68 in the medium category, and all critical thinking indicators were achieved well.
Yulisara Yulisara, Prabowo Prabowo, Nadi Suprapto
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 147-161; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i2.198

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This research aims to produce a suitable connected-type integrated learning model for science learning on the topic of light. The product specifications of the learning tools developed include lesson plans, worksheets, handouts, questionnaires and test instruments. The learning tools developed were reviewed by three validators. The research data were analyzed descriptively. The results showed that the results of the validation of the development of science learning tools were suitable for use in learning, with the following results: Learning Implementation Plan (i.e RPP) got a mode score of 3 (valid) and Cronbach Alpha 0,83 with the criteria of almost perfect agreement, Student Worksheets got a score of mode three (valid) and Cronbach Alpha 0,91 with the criteria of almost perfect agreement, Handout get a mode 4 score (very valid) 0.73 with the criteria of substantial agreement, the Cognitive Learning Outcome Test gets a mode 3 score (valid) and Cronbach Alpha 0,85 with the criteria of almost perfect agreement, the affective assessment sheet gets a mode 4 score (very valid) and Cronbach Alpha 0,85 with the criteria of almost perfect agreement, the psychomotor assessment sheet gets a mode 4 score (very valid) Cronbach Alpha 0,77 with the criteria of substantial agreement, and the student response questionnaire gets mode score 4 (very valid) Cronbach Alpha 1,00 with the criteria of almost perfect agreement. Based on the data analysis, it can be concluded that the learning tools developed are valid and suitable for use in learning.
Rachman Widohardhono, Nurhasan Nurhasan, Edy Mintarto, Miftakhul Jannah
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 192-199; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i2.190

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The main aim of research is to develop model and instrument psychological competencies scale (PCS) of 100 Meter Student Athletes. This research use a mixed methods approach. 1st Study, used a qualitative approach, identifying the constructs and dimensions of elite 100 meter runner student athletes. Using literature review and interview of 2 elite athletes and 2 coaches. The results of the first study is psychological competencies model consists of goal setting, goal setting, motivation, concentration, emotion regulation, focus, self talk, self confidence, and persistence. Another result is 10 items of multidimentional measure of PCS. Each items in the scale were responded on five point level. Leveling describes psychological abilities based on behavior. 2nd Study, using a quantitative approach, instrument validation and reliability testing. We recruited 50, age 18-22 years from 100 meters runner student athletes voluntarily participated in this study. We assessed construct validity by examining how well the measures discriminated groups expected to differ based on their competencies, using Corrected Item-Total Correlation with a minimum limit of 0.300 to be declared a valid item. We assessed internal consistency of PCS using the Cronbach Alpha coefficient. The result of Corrected Item-Total Correlation obtained results All items are valid because they have a Corrected Item-Total Correlation value greater than the minimum limit of 0.300. The internal consistency of the (Cronbach’s alpha coefficient) was 0.841. It can be concluded that PCS is valid and reliable for measuring for 100 meter runner student athlete.
Barokah Widuroyekti, ‪dian Ratu Ayu Uswatun Khasanah, Binti Isrofin, Jahyu Hartanti, Dwikoranto Dwikoranto
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 248-258; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i2.210

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The implementation of learning activities during the pandemic is carried out online, including learning activities at the Distance Learning Program Unit of the Open University of Semarang using Web-based Tutorials (Tuweb) using Microsoft Team. Online learning requires students to study independently. The purpose of this study was to integrate the impact of user experience, academic self-concept and adversity quetion on independent learning in students. This type of research is quantitative research. Data collection techniques using a psychological scale. The psychological scale used in this study is (1) the learning independence scale. (2) academic self-concept scale (3) adversity quotient scale and (4) user experience scale. The measurement results show a TLI of 0.955. This output shows the accuracy, consistency of the accuracy of the composite reliability measuring instrument which shows the accuracy, consistency of the accuracy of a measuring instrument in making measurements. Student independence is influenced by academic self-concept and user experience, but the adversity quotient does not have a significant effect.
Dwikoranto Dwikoranto
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 200-209; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i2.211

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The lecture process even in the Covid-19 pandemic must continue. The right of students to obtain good teaching must still be fulfilled. Lectures are conducted online using the Zoom, WhatsApp, Google Drive, Google Form platforms. The platform is assembled in a problem solving model with Toulmin's Argument Pattern. Problem solving analytical skills are the main focus of the Statistics course. This study aims to improve students' analytical problem solving skills, describe their improvement and describe student responses with Toulmin's Argument Pattern in problem solving models. The research design used a one group pre-test and post-test design. The research subjects were 30 students of the Unesa Physics Department. The instruments used in collecting data include: (1) problem solving analysis ability test sheets, (2) student response questionnaires. The research data scores that have been collected after going through a series of prerequisite tests, normality tests and homogeneity tests are then analyzed using paired t-tests to find out if there are differences in pre-test scores and post-test scores for solving analytical skills. student problems. The mean level of improvement in pre-test scores and post-test scores was calculated using normalized gain. The results showed an increase in problem-solving analytical skills in the medium and high categories. Student responses in lectures were very positive.
Umi Anugerah Izzati, Nurchayati Nurchayati, Yuri Lolita, Olievia Prabandini Mulyana
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 135-146; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i2.193

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To perform effectively, teachers must have a strong professional commitment. This quantitative and comparative study examines how gender and tenure can contribute to differences in professional commitment. Subjects who participated in this study amounted to 89 people consisting of 33 female teachers and 56 male teachers at Vocational High School in Surabaya and number of teachers who have tenure more than 10 years is 22 people, while 44 people with 1-2 tenure, 23 people with 3-10 tenure. Using SPSS 25.0 for Windows, two-way ANOVA revealed no statistically significant difference in professional commitment between male and female teachers (significance level 0.097 with p > 0.05). We also found that tenure had a statistically significant effect on professional commitment (significance level 0.013 with p < 0.05). This study shows that teachers with longer tenures exhibit greater levels of professional commitment.
Thamrin Thamrin, Saidun Hutasuhut, Reza Aditia, Fauziyah Riyan Putri
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 124-134; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i1.178

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Study aimed to see the effectiveness of the hybrid learning materials application with Problem based learning (PBL) model to improve students’ outcome in evaluation course in learning outcomes at the Business Education Study Program, State University of Medan. The study used a quasi-experimental method of the Posttest control group design. Data collection was carried out by conducting tests after class. The sample selected in this study were all students of the Business Education study program in evaluation course in learning outcomes. The results showed that the application of hybrid learning with the PBL model was effective to improve learning outcomes in evaluation course in learning outcomes . The results of this study also found that the independence and creativity of student learning was higher by applying hybrid learning with problem-based learning models compared to the control class. The results of this study contributed to the lecturers' evaluation of learning outcomes in improving the quality of learning, which has been traditional, by applying hybrid learning teaching materials with problem-based learning models, especially during the current Covid 19 pandemic and to answer the demands of learning in the industrial revolution era. 4.0.
Heru Arizal, Tri Hartutuk Ningsih, Ali Hasbi Ramadani, Ika Nurjannah, Husni Mubarok
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 61-70; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i1.180

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The college is one of the create of professional and qualified Human resource.. Universities must develop following the development needs of the business world and the industrial world. The purpose of this study was to analyze the relevance of Mechanical Engineering graduates to the Program Learning Outcome and as material for curriculum evaluation. The subjects of this research were 120 graduates in 2019 and 2020. The technique of collecting data was using a questionnaire through the State University of Surabaya Tracer Study web. The data is then analyzed using quantitative descriptive. As many as 55.83% of alumni are already working, 32.5% are not working, 10% are entrepreneurs, and the rest are continuing their education. The waiting time for graduates to get a first-time job takes an average of 4.49 months. The total relationship between the field of work and the field of education has a very tight, tight and pretty tight relationship of 77.5%. The profile of a mechanical engineering graduate is to become a mechanical engineer. The number of graduates who match the graduate profile is 61.2%. The competence of graduates is still below the competencies needed by the business and industrial. From the data above, we can conclude that graduates from the mechanical engineering study program are relevant to the established Program Learning Outcome.
Trio Ageng Prayitno, Nuril Hidayati
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 1-10; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i1.177

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This research aims to determine the percentage of students' misconception on general biology concepts using the Four-Tier Diagnostic Test (FTDT). This research method is descriptive research. The research sample was 100 students from IKIP Budi Utomo, Universitas Nusantara PGRI Kediri, and Universitas PGRI Madiun. The research instrument is the FTDT question. The data collection techniques by distributing FTDT questions via Google Form to students using WhatsApp. The data analysis technique was done by quantitative descriptive. The results showed that 25% of students understood the concept, 39% of students had misconception, 23% of students guessed the answer, and 13% of students lack knowledge. The lowest student misconception on the concept of structure and function at all levels of biological organization is 20% and the highest misconception on the concept of the definition of biology is 65%. While the sequence of the third category of students' highest misconception is 65% misconception, 11% false positive, and 12% false negative. The results of this study are important to provide advice to lecturers when teaching general biology to always provide correct information, valid reading sources, valid learning media, and appropriate learning models so that there are no misconceptions among students.
Eka Yulia Syahrawati, Endang Susantini, Sifak Indana
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 45-60; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i1.183

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Study aims to describe and analyze of blended learning implementation in learning activities. The method applied in this research is a literature review that is sourced from the results of previous studies that have been selected from Google Scholars. The steps applied in this study are identifying journals/articles about blended learning, analyzing the definition of blended learning, synthesizing opportunities and activities in implementation of blended learning, analyzing barriers to implementing blended learning, and making conclusions. From the results of the analysis of 30 selected works of literature, the implementation of blended learning can be done by teaching it as a learning model, teaching it by combining it with other learning strategies or models, teaching it with the help of an LMS, and teaching it with the help of social media. Furthermore, the application of blended learning is able to support activities that can train students' 21st century skills. The implementation of blended learning requires careful planning and requires an understanding of student characteristics and the availability of supporting facilities and infrastructure. This study can provide an overview of the opportunities to apply blended learning in learning activities.
Mahyuddin Syaifulloh, Sifak Indana, Rudiana Agustini
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 71-87; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i1.187

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Research was conducted to describe and analyze the implementation of discovery learning model of science learning in Indonesia. This research method uses qualitative methods with using secondary data. The sample in this research is 30 articles published in international and national journals. Based on the analysis of 30 articles on science learning using discovery learning model in Indonesia, it can be seen that the discovery learning model has a positive impact on student learning outcomes, it can improve students' critical thinking skills, students' science process skills, students' scientific literacy, aspects of problem solving skills, and also students' understanding of concepts. there are also several disadvantages of the discovery learning model, there are; it will be optimal if it combine with media or other methods, students will be confused if they do not get the instruction from the teacher, and it require a lot of preparation and learning duration. Based on the literature review of the implementation of the discovery learning model in 2012-2021 that has been carried out, it can be concluded that the discovery learning model has a positive impact on science learning.
Arleiny Arleiny, Yoyok Soesatyo, Erny Roesminingsih
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 110-123; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i1.192

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This study aims to manage laboratory management and nautical simulators at Marine Science Polytechnic of Semarang and Polytechnic of Surabaya. Methods This research uses a multi-status study (multiple-site case study) in two institutions. This study uses interview guide instruments, observation sheets, and a list of documentation studies. The results showed that the laboratory management of Marine Science Polytechnic of Semarang and Polytechnic of Surabaya was said to be good. With qualifications in planning, supervising, managing, supervising laboratories and nautical simulators. Laboratory planning and nautical simulators at Marine Science Polytechnic of Semarang go through 4 (four) stages, the procurement preparation stage, the selection preparation stage, the selection implementation stage, and the contract implementation stage and handover of work results. Meanwhile, planning for laboratories and nautical simulators at Polytechnic of Surabaya is divided into 2 (two), procurement of new goods and maintenance. The findings in this study are emphasized on the results of data collection through interviews and documentation sent by resource persons to researchers. And the conclusion of the study shows that the quality management of both marine Science Polytechnic of Semarang and Polytechnic of Surabaya has been running well according to the procedure.
Nurhayati Nurhayati, Rudiana Agustini, Elok Sudibyo
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 100-109; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i1.186

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The ability that should be possessed by students is not only limited to learning outcomes by receiving knowledge. Critical thinking skills need to be a provision to face the demands of the 21st century. Science is a subject that can not be separated from the critical thinking skills. One of the scientific materials is environmental pollution. Research has been carried out that aims to determine the students' initial critical thinking skills. The subjects used in the study were students of Junior High School Plus Nurul Hikmah. This type of research is descriptive method. The data collection instrument used a test. The results showed that the average critical thinking skillsof students was low category. The achievement of the indicator elementary clarification scored 43% in the medium category, while the indicator the basis for the decision scored 39% in the low category. The achievement of the indicator inference obtained 46% in the medium category. The indicator advances clarification scored 43% in the medium category, while the indicator supposition and integration scored 29% in the low category. In general, category for students critical thinking skills in all indicators are low. In general, criteria for students critical thinking skills in all indicators are low.
Hendratno Hendratno, Yoyok Yermiandhoko, Fajar Nur Yasin
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 11-31; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i1.179

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Research aims to produce a storybook containing ecoliteracy education for elementary school students of good quality in terms of the validity, practicality, and effectiveness of a product. This type of research is Research and Development with the ADDIE model. The instruments used were validation questionnaires, observations, teacher response questionnaires and learning outcomes tests. The results of this study indicate that the validation of interactive storybooks for ecoliteracy learning gets an average coefficient of validation from the validator, which is very valid qualifications. The practicality of loading the teacher's response questionnaire gets a percentage of 97%, the results of teacher and student observations get a percentage of 91% and 94%. The effectiveness based on giving pretest and posttest to students amounted to 30 students in grade 1 and 30 students in grade 2 with an average pretest result of 74, while the average posttest was 90.8. The result indicates that there is a significant difference in the learning outcomes of early grade elementary school students using interactive story books. Based on the validation of the instrument and the recapitulation of the questionnaire filled in by the teacher, it can be stated that the quality of the interactive storybooks developed are very valid, practical and effective for use in learning. This interactive storybook can help early grade elementary school teachers in growing interest in reading related to ecoliteracy learning so that students' awareness of caring for and caring for the surrounding environment can be carried out from an early age.
Edy Sulistiyo, Yuli Sutoto Nugroho, Lilik Anifah, Unit Three Kartini, Maulana Rizki Aditama, Rifqi Firmansyah, Sari Cahyaningtias
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 32-44; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i1.182

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Analysis of the quality of the learning process is very important in teaching and learning activities in ensuring and maintaining the quality of learning well. In the teaching and learning process, the quality assurance instrument or learning quality is an instrument or tool that aims to improve quality in the education sector through observations and assessments produced by research on students. The objective of this research is to test the quality of the online learning process during the Covid-19 pandemic at the Faculty of Engineering (FT) of the State University of Surabaya (Unesa) towards a Legal Entity Higher Education (PTN-BH). The method used in this research is descriptive qualitative which aims to find out social phenomena from the point of view of students and lecturers. The result of this study is that from the ten statements given to respondents, all shown positive results. it can be concluded that Faculty of Engineering students and lecturers support Unesa to become a Legal Entity State University.
Edi Titik Kusnawawati
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 3, pp 88-99; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v3i1.189

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Research aims to examine and analyze the role of women in holding school leadership, especially at the Early Childhood Education Programs level. This research method analyzes studies related to women's leadership in Early Childhood Education. This type of research uses in-depth qualitative analysis. The study results show that women have an adequate ability to hold leadership in schools. Women tend to share more of their differences and are more motivated. Female principals tend to have higher teaching methods and techniques than males. In addition, it shows a more democratic nature and a more participatory style. Female principals tend to behave better and wiser than males in achieving goals. Departing from the low view and assumption of women, in the early childhood education programs world, women show many advantages in occupying the positions of Principals and Teachers compared to men, i.e., 95% are women. And the research implication is that women have more potential in the building and leading Early Childhood Education.
Afifah Yuliani Adhim, Budi Jatmiko, Tjipto Prastowo
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 664-670; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v2i6.160

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The teacher's conception is one of the misconceptions that students encounter, so it is critical to uncover the status of the teacher's conception in order to improve the students' conception. The purpose of this study is to identify physic’s teachers misconceptions about direct current material. There were 16 Physics Teachers in one of the districts in East Java, including 7 (seven) teachers from the Public High School (Negeri) and 9 (nine) teachers from private schools (Swasta). This research is a quantitative descriptive analysis research. A three-tier diagnostic test was used to analyze the data, which revealed that the average percentage of misconceptions faced by teachers was 58% in a medium category. The results also showed that physics teachers had the highest rate of misconceptions in the Potential Difference sub-concepts (94%), while the Series Circuit concept had the lowest proportion of misconceptions (25,50%). misconceptions experienced by physics teachers must be addressed immediately, because it will have an impact on students' conceptions. The results of this study are very important for policy makers, especially the Education Office to find solutions in breaking the chain of physics misconceptions
Rachman Widohardhono, Nurhasan, Edy Mintarto, Miftakhul Jannah
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 623-634; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v2i6.173

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This research aims to analyze the suitability of the theoretical model of the psychological competencies model b of the 100-meter runner student athletes with the empirical model. This study uses a quantitative approach. Total 65 (50 men and 15 women) 100-meter runner student athletes who participated in the national athletic championships. Instruments uses the Psychological Competency Scale and time records documentation data on the results of national championships. Data analyzed using partial least square (PLS). The results of the inner model test show a Q-square value of 0.919 (> 0.00). It means that there was suitability of the theoretical model of psychological competency of 100-meter runner student athletes’ with the empirical model. The R-square value of performance is 0.881. It means that the 100-meter runner student athletes’ performance were influenced by psychological competencies by 88,1%. These findings have implications for the selection and coaching of 100-meter runner student athletes. Further research needs to design mental skills training comprehensively based on psychological competencies.
Moh. Shohib, Yuni Sri Rahayu, Wasis Wasis, Eko Hariyono
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 700-708; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v2i6.170

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Junior high school students need to have good scientific literacy skills to have sufficient competence to compete in the current and future era of information and globalization. Science is basic knowledge covering products, processes, and applications. One of the science materials is static electricity and electricity in living things. This study aimed to determine the literacy profile of junior high school students on static electricity and electricity in living things. The subjects of this study were junior high school students. This research uses a descriptive research method. Data collection instruments consist of scientific literacy instruments. The results showed that junior high school students’ average scientific literacy ability on static electricity and electricity in living things, in general, was low criteria. The achievement of scientific literacy ability in the first indicator to explain scientific phenomena obtained a score of 28.76% higher when compared to the second indicator evaluating and designing scientific investigations to obtain a score of 15.73%, while the third indicator to interpret data and scientific evidence obtained the lowest average score. of 10.13%. In general, the criteria for scientific literacy in all indicators are very low.
Shelly Andari, Aditya Chandra Setiawan, Windasari, Ainur Rifqi
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 671-681; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v2i6.169

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Tracer Study is a study that can provide helpful information to evaluate higher education results and can then be used to improve and guarantee the quality of higher education institutions. This research uses a quantitative research approach with the type of survey research. The research population is graduates of the Educational Management Department who graduated in 2019 and 2020. The sample used is saturated sampling, where the entire population is a member of the sample. The study results were analyzed using descriptive statistics and extracted information about graduates, including the number of graduates. It includes who graduated, graduates employment status, waiting time for graduates, coverage of where graduates work, and other descriptions are required by Badan Akreditasi Nasional Perguruan Tinggi (i.e., BAN-PT). BAN-PT is an accreditation organization in Indonesia, where accreditation and input for curriculum development of Educational Management Department. The result showed that Educational Management graduates could be survived as employees or entrepreneurs that focus on Educational Management scope.
Agus Fawait, Safaruddin
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 721-730; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v2i6.66

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This study aims at identifying the factors affecting students' self-regulation. It is seen from Gender, Age, and Duration of study in the Islamic Boarding Schools, Formal Education, Parental Education, Previous Education, and Students Place of Origin. It is to find a new format for the self-regulation of students in traditional Muslim schools. This study applies a quantitative approach to identify factors or variables that influence learning based on student self-regulation. The research design uses an instrument to explore and identify variables. This research is sample research with the Proportional Random Sampling Cluster technique. This technique is used because the population has elements that are not homogeneous and structured proportionally This study uses a sample of 108 students with different backgrounds. From the results of the analysis, it was found that out of the seven factors proposed as variables, five factors influence the self-regulation of students. The findings of this study provide evidence that the student's background dimensions can significantly influence students' self-regulation, so the better the student's background, the better the student's self-regulation. We recommend further studies for deeper examination and analysis of these factors.
Angen Yudho Kisworo, Oktaviani
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 646-663; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v2i6.166

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The research investigates Indonesian high school teachers' and students' perceptions of learning interactions when the classroom settings were moved online at the beginning of 2020. Conducting this research is essential to unpack the development of online learning after more than a year of pandemic hits in the world. To unload the issue, this research employed a mixed-method design. A survey questionnaire was shared with the teachers around Indonesia, and from this effort, 136 teachers and 107 students agreed to participate in this research. Then, two teachers and two students were chosen to explain in detail their online learning experience. Based on the results, teachers tend to positively perceive online learning, while students moderately perceive the learning. Five interaction aspects influence perceptions: social interaction, instructional interaction, technology interaction, teachers' and students' engagement. The findings suggest that teachers should be more active in enhancing their pedagogical practice and social approach in online classrooms.
Fajrul Falah, Sifak Indana, Tukiran
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 709-720; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v2i6.174

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The aim of this research is to describe validity flipbook type e-book in terms of the feasibility content, language, and display; and describe the practicality of an e-book in terms of an implementation observation. The method used in this study is a modified research and development method and was carried out at the Postgraduate Science Education, the State University of Surabaya in February 2020 - August 2021. The data collection technique was carried out using the validation method and the implementation observation method. The assessment instrument uses a validation sheet and an implementation observation sheet. The validity of the flipbook type e-book is reviewed from the feasibility of the content, the feasibility of the language, and the feasibility of the display. The validity of the flipbook-type e-book was assessed by three validators which included two biology lecturers and one biology teacher. For practicality, use the implementation observation sheet in terms of the use of flipbooks during the learning process. The observation sheet contains statements that will be filled out by four observers. Data analysis was carried out quantitatively. The developed e-book was tested on 20 students of class X Senior High School students in August 2021. The validation results of the flipbook type e-book by three validators obtained an average score of 3.84 with a very valid category. Based on practicality in terms of implementation, flipbooks get an average percentage of 87.2%. Thus, the flipbook-type e-book on the identification of Basidiomycota fungi is declared valid and practical.
Shofiyatul Masruro, Elok Sudibyo, Tarzan Purnomo
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 682-699; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v2i6.171

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This article was created to identify the effect of the Problem Based Learning model in improving students' critical thinking. The data collection method is in the form of a literature study. This article explains that problem-based learning is a learning model that focuses on students' solving problems in physics concepts. Critical thinking is the student's ability to analyze and evaluate the information received to conclude appropriately. The results of the literature study showed an increase in students' critical thinking skills in the learning process with the Problem Based Learning (PBL) learning model. The application of Problem Based Learning has an average increase of about 50% after the learning pattern is applied. The existence of the PBL learning model is effectively used to improve students' critical thinking, which incidentally in solving physics concepts requires the ability to analyze and evaluate to conclude.
Suhaida Abdullah
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 614-622; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v2i6.165

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The challenge in teaching statistics encompasses student motivation, mathematical anxiety, and student understanding. It needs an approach of education that encourages curiosity and leads to the engagement and comprehension of students. Cooperative learning is one of the teaching approaches that can be defined as learning with small groups of friends and implementing what they have learned in a lecture to achieve the same objective. Employing cooperative learning in the class of inferential statistics and assessing the efficacy of this approach is the aim of this study. The efficiency of the approach is determined based on the student's perception, the lecture’s observation, and the student's performance. The results showed that students more prefer to learn in a group during the course. While, based on the lecture’s observation, letting students sit in a group engages students positively during their lessons. After the implementation of cooperative learning, the student performance also exhibited improvement. Hence, it is tolerable to conclude that cooperative learning is efficient in increasing student engagement and performance.
Anak Agung Ngurah Ade Dwi Putra Yuda, Bambang Suratman, Yatim Riyanto
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 635-645; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v2i6.167

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The success of the training can be seen from how the activation process takes place. One of them is by designing an innovative training model. This research aims to analyze results validation of the mobile training management model. This research uses descriptive quantitative analysis in determining the level of validation of research instruments. This research method uses descriptive quantitative research to assess the level of validation of the research instrument. The sample of this research is the participants of basic level seafaring training at the Surabaya Shipping Polytechnic, the Director of the Surabaya Shipping Polytechnic, and local government employees related to mobile training activities. The research was analyzed based on results validation of the training and education management experts. The results reserach show that the mobile training model instrument is declared valid. Results of expert assessment from training management and managing education are categorized as good. This shows that the mobile training development model in improving the quality of education and training is worthy of further research.
Tersoo Timothy Tsegba, Ibrahim Ologele, Kafayah Adeola Jidda, Joseph Abiodun Stephen
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 600-609; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v2i5.108

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Several factors contributing to the low standard of education in Nigeria where child abuse identified to be an important factor. The study, therefore, investigates the effect of child abuse on the academic performance of primary school pupils in the Kwande Local Government Area of Benue State, Nigeria. The population of the study comprised all primary school pupils and their teachers in the study area. The descriptive research design of survey type employed for the study. A multi-stage sampling technique was used to select ten public primary schools out of fifty seven public primary schools in the study area. Nine hundred and forty–six (946) respondents selected for the study. Researchers developed a questionnaire validated by three experts from the related field was used as an instrument for the study. The findings revealed that child abuse has a significant effect on pupils participation in the class and also had a significant effect on pupils assessment in the Kwande Local Government Area of Benue State, Nigeria. The researchers' recommends among others that the government should carry out an enlightenment campaign through mass media for parents and guardians on the consequences of child abuse on the educational achievement of primary school pupils to improve their participation in classes as well as improve their assessment grades in test and examination.
Dimas Indianto S, Sunhaji, Intan Nur Azizah, Ahmad Roja Badrus Zaman
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 515-527; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v2i5.135

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Whether it is recognized or not, religion is the most influencing factor in many social conflict phenomena. An unbalanced understanding of religion is suspected of being one of the triggers. Thus, efforts are needed to educate the public about good religious behaviour so that people understand that religion's existence is to create harmony in life, not contrary to incite hostility. Pesantren is one of the alternatives which is expected to be a way out to untangle the tangled threads of religious issues that have become a classic problem in Indonesia today. Pesantren have an essential role in realizing peace in heterogeneous life, namely through prophetic education. One of the pesantren that applies a predictive education pattern is Pesantren An Najah Purwokerto. This research is qualitative, to analyze prophetic teaching at Pesantren An Najah Purwokerto to prevent religious radicalism and describe the supporting and inhibiting factors of prophetic education at Pesantren An Najah Purwokerto. The results showed that the application of prophetic teaching at Pesantren An Najah Purwokerto through several activities, including (1) Introducing the concept of "liyan" or the other in the context of social or community life; (2) Grounding the rationales of the "hubbul wathan" nationalism; (3) Implementing "Peace Education". (4) Religious education based on local culture.
Sylvani Kumala Ulinnuha, Muslimin Ibrahim, Utiyah Azizah
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 536-556; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v2i5.139

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Science literacy is an ability to understand, communicate science through oral or written, apply and analyze the current scientific issues in society. This study aims to produce a valid, practical, and effective learning tool, and has been carried out using the 4D (Define, Design, Development, and Disseminate) method; however, the Disseminate one wasn’t carried out. The examination was limited in using one group pretest-post test design. The study was conducted within two meetings with 16 who were doing online learning. The data retrieval used a validated instrument. RPP tools with very decent results, LKPD tools (Student Worksheets) with very decent results, and test kits (Pre-test and post-test) with very decent results. As the result, the learning method shows to be very decent, effective, and practical, while the items of the method used are included in the sensitive category ≥0.30.
Kamran Akhtar Siddiqui, Bahawal Soomro, Rashid Hussain Abbasi, Usama Abdul Rehman, Aizaz Soomro
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 610-613; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v2i5.110

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This review makes a point in favor of the assertion made for the book that it is a practical introduction to the qualitative research in applied linguistics. The book consists of four parts: an overview of qualitative research, qualitative research methods, qualitative data collection methods, ethical practice issues and the writing of research reports. After proving a rich introduction to the qualitative research, the book discusses qualitative research approaches using a reader-friendly and interactive structure: pre-reading and post-reading questions along with the list of further readings. Then the data collection tools have been thoroughly discussed. What makes this book more useful is the use of illustrative examples for each qualitative research approach and data collection tool. The last part discusses core issues of ethics and drafting a research report. From the perspective of a novice researcher, it has achieved the goal of educating readers about qualitative research methods and data collection tools, as it gradually tracks the reader and provides them with a linking concept for a better understanding. However, reference to one study for both ethnography and case study remains a confusing point. Besides, the review suggests addition of some images to make reading of the book more interesting, especially for visual learners. Besides, a diagram should be given at the end of research methods chapters to outline the steps taken by researchers to do their studies.
Zainuddin, Surya Haryandi, Misbah, Mastuang, Mohd Ali Ibrahim, Emy Nur Juliana, Munawarah, Ma’Rifah Hidayati
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 501-514; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v2i5.140

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Astrophysics education is one of the subjects in the physics education study program which is also part of astronomy. Astrology is the structure and epistemology of Islamic law that studies the sun, moon, stars, and celestial bodies related to aspects of Islamic law. Indonesian Muslims cannot be separated from local wisdom which is the wealth of the Indonesian nation. This article intends to provide a comprehensive explanation through bibliometric analysis of literature on astrophysics education, religion, and local wisdom. Article searches are performed by Publish or Perish (PoP) software on the Google Scholar database. The search and sorting results found 23 of the 200 articles found in the 2016-2021* range. The results of data processing by PoP software are then edited through the Mendeley Desktop software. The editing results are then processed using VOSviewer software to obtain a visualization of the distribution pattern and data mapping. Broadly speaking, this research shows the projected direction of astrophysics education research if it is studied with religious content based on the Qur'an and local wisdom and its further development. The implications of this research can inspire researchers to study astrophysics education in universities with the content of the Qur'an and local wisdom so that studying science can help increase faith in God.
Tatang Mulyana, Surti Kurniasih, Didit Ardianto
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 580-589; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v2i5.146

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The purpose of this research is to describe the state of assessment for learning (AfL) in science learning. The research was conducted in February 2021. This research was conducted with a descriptive method using data collection techniques, namely a survey via google form. Before the instrument is used, calibration and testing are carried out and the test results of all items are declared valid and reliable. The results showed that the teacher agreed to the use of Assessment for Learning (AfL) in science learning, which could activate the learning process and accelerate the achievement of goals. In addition to the use of Assessment for Learning (AfL) in science learning, teachers also answered effectively in developing students' literacy skills according to subject coverage. Assesment for Learning (AfL) provides an overview of how students learn and achieve learning goals effectively that can be reported to students' parents. The obstacle in implementing assessment for learning (AfL) is that teachers still find it difficult to compile and develop assessment-based learning designs that are in accordance with process standards, so that most of these teachers adopt learning designs that are already available from various sources, so that the role of assessment is not yet a an integral part of the teaching and learning process.
Budi Harijanto, Meyti Eka Apriyani, Elok Nur Hamdana
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 590-599; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v2i5.156

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Innovations in learning media for "Kampus Merdeka" currently require students active roles in online lectures and interact with lecturers and college friends to be able to use social networking media. Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) is web-based learning that can be accessed anywhere and anytime by integrating technology into the learning process that can help improve understanding of the material. In this reasearch an online learning design using MOOC as a solution in the implementation of "Kampus Merdeka" using Web Programming Design course. The reason for choosing these subjects is because practical learning activities require an understanding of a strong theoretical basis. Learning Outcomes in this course are students can understand the basics and concepts in website before finally carrying out the practicum. In the study sample population in the MOOC Web Programming course which was attended by 30 students from various backgrounds, it was seen that on average 78.2% interesting join the MOOC online class. The results of this percentage show that students are interested in joining MOOC online classes because they can provide a self-development model, namely institutional (materials that are in accordance with the syllabus), pedagogical in the form of learning videos) and technical (in the form of practicums)
Tamam Syaifuddin, Luthfiyah Nurlaela, Sukma Perdana P
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 528-535; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v2i5.143

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The purpose of the study was to analyze the improvement of student learning outcomes with the Contextual Teaching and Learning (CTL) learning model at Senior High School of Model Terpadu Bojonegoro in Civics subjects. The experimental study used a factorial design using pre-test and post-test. Collecting data using observation, documentation, and test methods. The research sample was carried out in class XI of Bojonegoro Model Terpadu Senior High School, a total of 120 students were in 4 (four) classes, each class consisted of 30 students. The technique used to check the validity in this study is triangulation and review of informants. Based on the results of research and discussion, it can be concluded that the application of the Contextual Teaching and Learning (CTL) learning model can improve Civics learning outcomes for XI grade students at Senior High School of Model Terpadu Bojonegoro. Increase in student learning outcomes by 7.08% in the second cycle.
Ainul Badriyah, Sri Poedjiastoeti, Yuliani
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 165-579; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v2i5.154

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Life skills-based education is an important tool to face today's global demands, one of which is creative thinking skills. This study aims to determine the feasibility of learning tools based on mind mapping worksheet to practice creative thinking skills for class XI MIPA on cell material, which are viewed in terms of (1) validity, (2) practicality and (3) effectiveness. The learning tools developed are syllabus, lesson plans, LKDP and tests of creative thinking skills. The mind mapping worksheet that was trained included indicators of creative thinking skills, fluency, flexibility, originality and elaboration, which were tested on 23 students of Class XI MIPA SMA Al-Islam Krian. This study used a 4D design with one group pretest-posttest design, the data obtained were analyzed descriptively. The results of the validity of the device get mode 4 with a very valid category. The results of the practicality of the device were carried out with mode 4 in the very good category. The effectiveness of the device is based on the average N-gain score ranging from 0.5 to 0.92. The result of students' mastery of the concept of the material is 86.3 in the complete category. Students' responses to the four LKPD mind mapping developed were 81% in the positive category.
Desy Suryani, Eko Hariyono, Tjipto Prastowo
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 557-564; https://doi.org/10.46245/ijorer.v2i5.153

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This research aims to determine the online learning constraints of Junior High School students in Nganjuk on science subjects. The change in learning methods that were originally carried out face-to-face to online learning experienced several obstacles such as internet connection, lack of enthusiasm for learning, difficult materials, unclear teaching materials, and teacher’s teaching methods. The type of this research is descriptive survey research, the data of this research was obtained from 70 junior high school students in Nganjuk. The data collection technique in this research was a questionnaire (questionnaire) while the instrument used in this research was an online Google Form questionnaire, which is distributed through the WhatsApp application. The data analysis technique used in this research is descriptive analysis. The results showed that the most common obstacle felt by junior high school students in Nganjuk was the lack attractiveness of teaching materials.
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