Tadris: Jurnal Keguruan dan Ilmu Tarbiyah

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Sutrisno Sutrisno, Dwi Rahayuningsih, Heni Purwati
Tadris: Jurnal Keguruan dan Ilmu Tarbiyah, Volume 5, pp 297-306; doi:10.24042/tadris.v5i2.5873

Every student must possess problem-solving abilities. Solving students' problems is varied; several factors influence the difference between cognitive styles and learning models. This study aimed to determine differences in problem-solving abilities based on students' cognitive styles in the Concept Attention (CA) and Group Investigation (GI) learning model. This study was a quantitative study with the tenth-grade students of SMA Negeri 16 Semarang as the 2018/2019 academic year population. The sample was selected using cluster random sampling. The research data had been collected through documentation and tests and then were analyzed using nonparametric tests, specifically the Hildebrand test, since the data were not normally distributed. The results showed that students with Field Independent (FI) cognitive style's problem-solving ability were better than students with Field Dependent (FD) cognitive style, either in general, CA, or GI learning models. The CA learning model produced better problem-solving abilities than the GI learning model, both in general and in terms of the type of students’ cognitive style.
Khirjan Nahdi, Sandy Ramdhani, Samsul Lutfi, Muhammad Marzuki, M Zainul Asror
Tadris: Jurnal Keguruan dan Ilmu Tarbiyah, Volume 5, pp 241-251; doi:10.24042/tadris.v5i2.6162

The COVID-19 outbreak is a non-natural disaster and has an impact on learning continuity. This study aimed to find the reality of the continuity/discontinuity of learning of primary education students in East Lombok during student isolation in the prevention of COVID-19. Data obtained through surveys and interviews with 198 respondents representing school principals, teachers, students, parents, and the community. According to the Bayesian Approach to Learning Causal Networks, the data were analyzed descriptively through frequency distribution and causal analysis. It was found that 57.07 % of respondents claimed they did not know the purpose of the isolation policy, so it was not explained. Exactly 54.76 % of respondents admitted to isolation as a holiday, 54 % of respondents admitted to playing to their heart's content during the isolation period, 88.77 % of respondents admitted that this policy was not coordinated, and 100 % of respondents admitted that they did not maximize the function of online learning. The contextual condition of this isolation period is a causal event between a lack of understanding of the policy intent or P (A), causing unclear instructions, or P (B). Unclear teacher instruction or P (B) causes students not to study at home during isolation, or learning discontinuity occurs, with code P (C). Lack of understanding of the intent of the isolation policy, or P (A) causes this policy not to be coordinated with interested parties. Due to unclear instructions, the utilization of online learning, or P (E) is not optimal. The study results are urgent and have implications for the policy of learning from home as well as the coordination pattern of educational stakeholders in the COVID-19 phase.
Parlan Parlan, Umi Latifah, Muntholib Muntholib
Tadris: Jurnal Keguruan dan Ilmu Tarbiyah, Volume 5, pp 179-190; doi:10.24042/tadris.v5i2.6388

This study aimed to develop and validate Scientific Argumentation Skills Test (SAST) and investigate the 11th-grade students' performance in scientific argumentation skills on acid-base chemistry. The research design used was research and development, followed by descriptive research. Research and development were carried out to obtain an instrument of SAST, and descriptive research was used to describe students' argumentation skills in acid-base chemistry. Participants in this study were 328 11th-grade students of state high schools in East Java, Indonesia. The research and development of SAST consisted of five steps, namely literature review, items development, expert judgment, pilot project, and finalization of instruments. Expert judgment involved three chemistry education experts, while the pilot project involved 151 students, and the identification of students' scientific argumentation skills involved 177 students. Data about expert assessments, student responses to the pilot project, and student answers to the application of SAST were analyzed descriptively. The SAST produced in the research and development steps consisted of parts A (10 items) and part B (7 items), with Cronbach's alpha reliability coefficients of 0.888 and 0.758. The students' performance in scientific argumentation skills showed that the average score of students' performance to determine the argument's components was 80.53% (excellent category). The average score of students' performance to write an argument was 55.42% (moderate category). The implication of the study that the students' scientific argumentation skills must be explicitly trained in learning.
Nurina Kurniasari Rahmawati, Arie Purwa Kusuma, Santi Widyawati, Fredi Ganda Putra
Tadris: Jurnal Keguruan dan Ilmu Tarbiyah, Volume 5, pp 215-223; doi:10.24042/tadris.v5i2.7163

Poor mathematical communication skills and motivation are influenced by several factors, such as the use of learning models used by teachers in learning. The use of appropriate learning models can improve students’ mathematical communication skills and motivation. This study aimed to determine the effect of the discussion learning model using Google Classroom and Google Form on students' mathematical communication in terms of students’ learning motivation. This type of research is quasi-experimental. Data were analyzed using two-way analysis of variance with unequal cells. Based on the results, it can be concluded that the discussion learning model using Google Classroom provided better communication skills than the learning model using Google Form, (2) there was no difference in the effect of learning motivation on students' mathematical communication, and (3) there was no interaction between learning model and learning motivation towards students' mathematical communication skills. Further research is needed to develop learning models using Google Classroom and Google Form by taking into account the characteristics of other students that are adjusted to the school curriculum.
Gunawan Adnan, Lailatussaadah Lailatussaadah, Asyraf Isyraqy Bin Jamil, Misbahul Jannah, Buhori Muslim, Erfiati Erfiati
Tadris: Jurnal Keguruan dan Ilmu Tarbiyah, Volume 5, pp 349-361; doi:10.24042/tadris.v5i2.7264

This study aimed to find some problems in implementing entrepreneurship education at higher education (university). The method used in this study was the literature review by searching articles on electronics journal database. The databases used in this study were Jstor, Sage, Proquest, Elsevier, Emerald, Insight, Springer Plus, and Google Scholars from 2003 to October 2019. Fifteen articles were found using five keywords: entrepreneurship education, entrepreneurial, unemployment, job seeker, and job creator. The data were analyzed by collecting the related articles, reducing them based on the topic discussion, displaying the data, and concluding. It was found that there were some problems faced during the implementation of entrepreneurship education. Thus, it can be concluded that the bigger the problem in the implementation of entrepreneurship education, the more extensive necessitate for the alternative formula. It is urged that further studies be conducted to expose more detailed comparisons between the problems found within the country and abroad. This action is considered as the foundation of a better service.
Amrina Rosyada, Rina Husnaini Febriyanti
Tadris: Jurnal Keguruan dan Ilmu Tarbiyah, Volume 5, pp 275-285; doi:10.24042/tadris.v5i2.6216

This research aimed at evaluating the use of the Picture Word Inductive Model (PWIM) and Grammar Translation Method (GTM) in teaching English Basic Structure for EFL undergraduates. Eighty-four students were randomly chosen as a sample from over 400 EFL undergraduates students in the second semester of the English Education Program. Furthermore, the samples were grouped into two classes, 43 students in the PWIM group and 41 students in the GTM group. The research employed the mixed-method research of convergent parallel design. The efficacy of the PWIM and GTM was investigated in terms of learners' ability to develop structured sentences. The PWIM, as a new experience in teaching Basic Structure, was administered in two cycles. On the other hand, the GTM as the conventional teaching method was implemented within six sessions. In PWIM, two poster pictures were modeled as the instruments. At the end of the treatment, a post-test of structured sentences was assigned in both groups. The test consisted of 25 error analysis questions. As the results, in PWIM class, the highest score was 98, the lowest score was 66, and the average score was 78.1. Meanwhile, in the GTM class, the highest score was 96, the lowest score was 42, and the average score was 64.6. Moreover, the research indicated that most students were enthusiastic in the learning process and experienced different exciting learning process through PWIM. It can be said that applying PWIM as the new teaching method in teaching English Basic Structure is needed to enrich and broaden students' learning outcomes.
Imam Syafei, Wasehudin Wasehudin, Guntur Cahaya Kesuma, Septuri Septuri, Ade Imelda Frimayanti
Tadris: Jurnal Keguruan dan Ilmu Tarbiyah, Volume 5, pp 327-333; doi:10.24042/tadris.v5i2.7416

The purpose of this study was to develop a multicultural-based Islamic religious education learning model to develop students’ religious tolerance in Lampung and Banten Provinces. This study employed the research and development design. The research data was obtained by employing questionnaires and observations. The questionnaires and observations were administered to thirty-six Lampung University students as the experimental class and thirty-six Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University students as the control class. The data were analyzed using gain analysis and independent sample t-test. This study produced a multicultural-based Islamic religious education learning model to develop students' religious tolerance attitudes in the Provinces of Lampung and Banten. There were differences in the radicalism attitude of students who used and those who did not use the developed multicultural-based Islamic religious education learning model in Lampung and Banten Provinces. It is suggested for further researchers to apply a multicultural learning model in Islamic religious education at the elementary, junior high, and senior high school levels.
Beti Istanti Suwandayani, Dyah Worowirastri Ekowati, Ayu Nur Fadillah
Tadris: Jurnal Keguruan dan Ilmu Tarbiyah, Volume 5, pp 317-326; doi:10.24042/tadris.v5i2.6681

The Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) in 2018 showed that elementary school students' math, literacy, and science skills were poor. These problems occurred due to a lack of understanding and memorization of multiplication. They are considered difficult for students to calculate the results of the least common multiple and greatest common divisor. Thus, the development of learning media in mathematics are needed. The developed media was Dakon Koper. The purpose of this study was to develop Dakon Koper media in thematic learning. This research was a development research by implementing the ADDIE model which consisted of analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation. The subjects of this study were the fourth-grade elementary school students. The developed media's feasibility had been determined through a validation questionnaire filled by media, material, and learning experts. Student response questionnaires were used to record students' interest in learning. The expert validation results stated that Dakon Koper was very suitable to be used as a learning medium. The students' questionnaire responses revealed that Dakon Koper was very interesting and useful to support students' learning. Suggestions for the sustainability of this research are product dissemination for learning media in elementary schools.
Suparini Suparini, Rusdi Rusdi, Rizhal Hendi Ristanto
Tadris: Jurnal Keguruan dan Ilmu Tarbiyah, Volume 5, pp 191-204; doi:10.24042/tadris.v5i2.6849

This research aimed to determine the effect of the Guided Discovery Blended Learning (GDBL) strategy on concept mastery of the human excretory system. The research method was quasi-experimental with a pretest-posttest control group design. The samples consisted of the eleventh-grade students of Senior High school Jakarta in 2019/2020. Class MIPA-2 was the control class taught using Guided Discovery, and class MIPA-4 were the experimental class taught using GDBL. The learning process had been carried out both online and in the classroom. Research data were collected by integrating essay tests, students' responses to learning strategies, and observation sheets of syntax implementation. The data were descriptively analyzed and tested using ANCOVA. The normality test was performed using the Kolmogorov-Smirnov formula, and the homogeneity test was performed using Levene's test. The statistical tests indicated that the data were normally distributed and homogeneous; thus, ANCOVA analysis using SPSS 24 was performed. The data analysis with the ANCOVA test at 0,05 significance level obtained p value = 0.000, which means that H0 was rejected. The research result implied that GDBL affected students' concept mastery of the human excretory system. It cultivated habits to independently rearrange the concept through teachers' guidance, both from sourcebooks and online media. GDBL can be used as an alternative for biology studies.
Junaidah Junaidah, Syarifudin Basyar, Agus Pahrudin, Ahmad Fauzan
Tadris: Jurnal Keguruan dan Ilmu Tarbiyah, Volume 5, pp 335-347; doi:10.24042/tadris.v5i2.7301

This study aimed to formulate a model for the development, implementation, and evaluation of strategic management systems in Islamic higher education institutions to achieve the goals they have set in a competitive and dynamic environment. The researchers conducted this study at Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Raden Intan Lampung for nine months, from January to September 2020. This study employed the qualitative paradigm of phenomenology. The strategy to realize excellence is known as the university strategies. The strategies consist of ten aspects: 1) increasing the quality of inputs, 2) increasing superior learning processes and outcomes based on the competency and expertise areas, 3) increasing research and research-based service by emphasizing the significance of the results, 4) improving the quality of human resources, 5) improving students’ achievement academically and non-academically, 6) increasing financial independence, environmentally sound assets, land, and infrastructure, 7) increasing accreditation rankings, 8) mainstreaming information technology as the backbone of credible, accountable, transparent, responsible and just governance, 9) improving cooperation, and 10) improving collaboration with other institutions and universities. This research can be a reference for universities' policy-makers in revising the universities' management.
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