JETL (Journal Of Education, Teaching and Learning)

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ISSN / EISSN : 2477-5924 / 2477-8478
Current Publisher: STKIP Singkawang (10.26737)
Total articles ≅ 190
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Shamnaz Arifin Mim
JETL (Journal Of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 5, pp 1-7; doi:10.26737/jetl.v5i1.631

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Although the number of women teachers is increasing in primary schools, the profession is often devalued considering social prestige and remuneration. This review article thus aims to explore the ways in which existing structures of the state, markets, and families in Bangladesh are leading to feminize primary school teaching. By adopting a gender lens, this study is mainly supported by kinds of literature, policy documents, and guidelines were ‘teaching as a feminized profession’ has been conceptualized in a global-local context. The study argues that states’ existing policies regarding primary school teaching is politicized in a way that it encourages women and devalues the profession at the same time. This critical descriptive review reveals how income status within the home can shape masculine and feminine work experiences and how the whole process of teaching gets cheaper with the presupposed gender-roles. The household ideology within patriarchal structures encourages women to pursue this profession which provides them enough time to take care of the family. Finally, the societal fabrics of the market and heteronormative ideas of family are found as intertwined with the state’s intervention to feminize primary school teaching. This study would therefore hopefully lead to change gendered mindsets of not only the policymakers but also of both the men and women themselves who should pursue primary teaching as a profession where they genuinely can contribute regardless of their gender-roles.
Yosua Damas Sadewo, Pebria Dheni Purnasari, Bella Ghia Dimmera
JETL (Journal Of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 5, pp 41-45; doi:10.26737/jetl.v5i1.1258

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The development of teaching materials is important to create a learning process that suits the needs of STIM Shanti Bhuana. The Entrepreneurship Study Program of STIM Shanti Bhuana has not yet possessed teaching materials that represent the characteristics of the institution, i.e. national resilience and Amare culture. Therefore, needed the development of a valid teaching material that can improve students' learning outcomes, and has characteristics that can be used. Borg and Gall’s model of development is employed in this study which is summarized into three major steps to ease the study. The steps include the study of introduction, product development, and product validation. This study shows that this developed teaching material is valid. The result is obtained through the analysis upon the validation forms. From 9 validations, the score of 4.49 is obtained. The value means that the teaching material is appropriate and can be used. The analysis result on the learning mastery, after the students attend the classes integrating the teaching material, is 75%. Through the N-gain exam, it is known that there is an improvement between the pre-test and post-test with a value of 0.40. The percentage value of the improvement is 33.33%. The characteristics of the development of the National Resilience and Amare Culture-Based Entrepreneurship Education, based on the questionnaire, shows that the developed teaching material provides a good effect on the students. Through the measurement on the score from the questionnaire, it is gained the value of 83.8. Therefore, it can be concluded that the developed teaching materials are valid, can improve students' learning outcomes, and are easily used by the students.
Andi Mursidi, Tri Joko Raharjo, Sugiyo Sugiyo, Arief Yulianto
JETL (Journal Of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 5, pp 46-52; doi:10.26737/jetl.v5i1.1926

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Quality has increasingly become an important success determiner for higher education institutions. The education quality highly depends on the quality of all management systems run by the higher education institutions. This research aims at explaining the factual model and identifying the main factors influencing the implementation and development of quality assurance system of private higher education institutions in West Kalimantan Province, Indonesia. Research and Development (R&D) method was used as the research methodology to develop the model. Data collection processes start by interviewing the stakeholders of internal quality assurance system at higher education institutions and then distributing questionnaires related to the implementation of internal quality assurance system at each higher education institution. The collected data was then analyzed and synthesized into the factual model. The obtained factual model consisted of three steps: planning, implementing, and evaluating the internal quality assurance. From this factual model, it is revealed that the implementation of internal quality assurance system of private higher education institutions in West Kalimantan Province, Indonesia has not completely become a part of higher education institution accountability orienting on the higher education quality assurance, but more on the temporary purposes, such as higher education institution accreditation purposes.
Hari Widi Utomo, Tatsuya Kusakabe, Achmad Sultoni, Dhina Setyowati
JETL (Journal Of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 5, pp 34-40; doi:10.26737/jetl.v5i1.1689

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Teaching English is not a very easy job and becomes a challenging task for the Junior High School teacher in Banjarnegara regency that is located in a mountainous area and the majority of the people love to speak their mother tongue in their daily life. The main purpose of this study was to investigate the challenges faced by an English teacher in the teaching as well as what the solution/recommendation they made. This study employed the qualitative methods in which questionnaires and interview guide utilized and hundred and twenty-five (N=125) teachers were purposely and conveniently sampled from Junior High School English teachers in Banjarnegara regency. The results revealed that the challenges faced in teaching English are divided into four parts. The first challenges were from the teachers. These challenges are less of teaching material, teaching design, classroom management, ICT skill, many teaching administration, job loaded, and memory decrease. The second was from the students. Those are lack of vocabulary, loss of motivation, and juvenile delinquencies. The third was from schools. Schools had limited facilities, which can be utilized by teachers and students in teaching activities such as; limited dictionary, projector, and language laboratory. The fourth was from the parents. Many parents from the village have low education and future vision so it influenced their children's education. The study also gives three recommendations for succeeding in teaching English such as; (1) teachers should make teaching contract at the beginning of the semester, (2) principals send teachers joining to MGMP meeting and Continuous Professional Development activity, (3) schools give motivation to students and parents periodically.
Gemachu Oli, Teklu Tafase Olkaba
JETL (Journal Of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 5, pp 8-20; doi:10.26737/jetl.v5i1.1679

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The main purpose of this study was to investigate the practices and challenges of continuous assessment in colleges of teachers’ education in western Oromia region. For this study, the researchers selected three colleges of teachers education purposely based on the job experience. The researchers selected Nekemte, Dembi Dollo and Shambo colleges teachers education from well, medium, lower experienced respectively. A descriptive survey design involving both qualitative and quantitative approaches was employed. 134 student-teachers and 178 college teachers were selected and participated in the study. The quantitative data was collected through a questionnaire and observation checklist and analyzed using frequency and percentage, whereas, the qualitative data interview and document analysis were analyzed using the narrative form and interpretative way. The finding of the study revealed that the extent of practicing continuous assessment in class is low. The study also showed that teachers have positive perceptions toward continuous assessment and they accepted continuous assessment as important to improve the achievement of learners. The finding disclosed that large class size, shortage of time, teachers workload, the low interest of students, large instructional content, and lack of commitment among teachers as the major factors hindering the practice of continuous assessment in colleges of teachers education. The researchers recommend that educational authorities and stockholders should make effort to students per class to manageable numbers, College administrators should allow teachers to cover the minimum workload than overloading above the standard set for the college of teachers education.
Eusabinus Bunau
JETL (Journal Of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 5, pp 28-33; doi:10.26737/jetl.v5i1.1031

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This article is excerpted from research entitled Comprehending Listening Skill through Quiz. The quiz was administered to students of the English Education Study Program as a semester final test of Listening for Academic Purposes subject. The method of research is quantitative and intended to find out whether or not literature, sport, history, and general knowledge on the quiz was a matter for students to comprehend. The quiz administered to test the students was taken from www.bbclearningenglish.com. The primary data of the research was collected by surveying, and the secondary data was the result of the semester's final test. The survey was implemented by distributing a questionnaire to 43 student respondents attending the test. The technique of data analysis is descriptive. The research found that literature, sport, history, and general knowledge on the quiz were matters to students to comprehend. The matters were varied in accordance with skills characteristics such as the spelling of vocabulary, and the writing of phrase, sentence, and number.
Imas Ismayati, Nani Ratnaningsih, Supratman Supratman
JETL (Journal Of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 5, pp 21-27; doi:10.26737/jetl.v5i1.1328

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The aims of this study are to analyze and describe the metacognition of students who have high, moderate, and low Self-Regulated Learning (SLR) in solving Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) type problem. The research method that used was qualitative, research subjects were taken from students who can provide information about the results of their work to obtain complete data and stop when there was no information that can be extracted (saturated data), then obtained 6 people consisting of students who have high, medium, low SLR. The Data collection technique used was the think-aloud method. The data analysis technique used in this study was a model from Miles and Huberman. Based on the data analysis, it can be concluded that: the metacognition of students with high SLR used metacognition in the indicators to compose strategies and monitor actions to the maximum while at the evaluation stage they had not been able to mention other alternatives to solve the problem, the metacognition of students with medium SLR used metacognition to the maximum in the indicators of the stage of compiling strategies but at the monitoring actions they had not been able to interpret the results of the answers and at the stage of evaluation they had not been able to mention other alternatives to solve the problem, the metacognition of students with low SLR had not been able to use metacognition to the maximum. Teachers must pay attention to students' self-regulated learning and metacognition in solving HOTS problems.
Suswandari Suswandari
JETL (Journal Of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 2, pp 151-163; doi:10.26737/jetl.v2i2.279

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This study aims to classify the historical sites of Ternate based on the timeliness of its existence. This study uses a critical qualitative historical approach and is conducted in several locations related to the history of Ternate. Data relating to the physical facts of Ternate history sites, then the location of research in the Ternate region of North Maluku. Data were collected from several findings and poured in filed notes. Then do the sorting and grouping to found description. Data were analyzed using critical historical analysis techniques. The Ternate history sites identified in this research consist of Ternate Museum of Ternate, Ternate Great Mosque, Kastela Fortress, Toluko Fortress, Kalamata Fortress, Oranje Bull, and Nala Fortress. Seven sites are conditions vary and still require government intervention to be used as an object of tourism which can then become an economic power for the people of Ternate. With the Education For Sustainable Development (EDS) approach, historical site development takes care of the needs and involves the community directly with full results for the benefit of the people of Ternate and the wider Indonesian community.
Syahrul Munir, Emzir Emzir, Aceng Rahmat
JETL (Journal Of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 2, pp 233-237; doi:10.26737/jetl.v2i2.292

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The objectives of the research are to determine the effects of teaching methods (STAD and jigsaw) and learning styles (visual, auditory, and kinesthetic) on students’ English achievement. This research is an experimental study conducted at Junior High School Pasangkayu in 2014 with 213 sample which is selected stratified-randomly (n = 68). The results of the research are as follow: (1) English achievement of students taught with STAD is better than those of taught with jigsaw; (2) there is no significant difference in English achievement among visual, auditory, and kinesthetic students; (3) there is any significant effect of interaction among teaching method and learning styles on students’ learning English achievement. The research also find out that for visual students, studying English achievement of students taught with STAD is better than that of students taught with jigsaw; for auditory students, learning English achievement of students taught with jigsaw is better than that of students taught with STAD; and for kinesthetic students, English achievement of students taught with STAD is better than that of students taught with jigsaw. To sum up, STAD is more effective than jigsaw in improving students’ English achievement. STAD is suitable to improve English achievement of visual and kinesthetic students, and jigsaw is suitable to improve English achievement of auditory students.
Tajmi Musytari, M. Chiar, Wahyudi Wahyudi
JETL (Journal Of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 4, pp 395-401; doi:10.26737/jetl.v4i2.1923

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This study is aimed at objectively looking at the visionary leadership of principals in improving the quality of schools in Sambas 1 State Vocational School (SMKN 1 Sambas). This study uses a qualitative approach. The results showed that SMKN 1 Sambas was a school that was guided by a vision to improve school quality. Improving the quality of schools at SMKN 1 Sambas is achieved through a good school management process by the principal. Based on the findings, researchers suggest: 1) In implementing the school activity program there needs to be control and evaluation of each program implemented. 2) It is recommended to periodically rotate teachers and employees who are given additional assignments. 3) Increase the discipline and commitment of teachers and employees in carrying out the duties and responsibilities assigned to them. 4) Schools need to hold special meetings with parents who discuss the Vision, Mission, and Objectives of the school and convey the importance of the support and role of parents in the education process of their children in school.
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