JETL (Journal Of Education, Teaching and Learning)

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ISSN / EISSN : 2477-5924 / 2477-8478
Published by: STKIP Singkawang (10.26737)
Total articles ≅ 273
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Acim Acim, Gazali Far-Far
JETL (Journal Of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 6, pp 186-189; https://doi.org/10.26737/jetl.v6i2.2612

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The purpose of this study was to determine the collection of historical relics at the Ternate Sultanate Museum/Palace, and their use as a historical learning medium. While the problems studied in the research are: (1) what are the collections of historical relics in the museum / Sultanate of Ternate Palace? (2) how to use it as a historical learning media?. The research method used is library research, where the required materials/data are obtained from the library, both books, documents, journals, encyclopedias, articles and others. Based on the results of the research, the museum/Palace of the Sultanate of Ternate collects various historical relics, and can be used as a medium for learning history on the history of the entry of Islam, and the arrival of Europeans in the Archipelago.
Insan Suwanto
JETL (Journal Of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 6, pp 209-213; https://doi.org/10.26737/jetl.v6i2.2728

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This study aims to describe the level of students' understanding of adolescent reproductive health and to examine how the influence of information on their level of understanding. The research used was pre-experimental designs with a one-group pretest-posttest design with a total sample of 41 people. The instruments used in this study were the Students' Reproductive Health Understanding Level Scale (α=0.328) and interviews. Data were analyzed using descriptive percentage formula and Wilcoxon signed rank test. The results showed that the level of understanding of students about adolescent reproductive health is in the low criteria with an average value of 55.75%. Based on the results of the Wilcoxon signed rank test, it shows that there is an effect of providing information helps on the level of understanding of adolescent reproductive health. With the provision of information helps, students can gain an understanding of the material presented, namely the understanding of women's reproductive health. In addition, there is a prevention function so that students are able to avoid irresponsible behavior towards their own reproductive health.
Sutji Harijanto, B. Dwi Yuniar Rahmawaty, Muhammad Entang
JETL (Journal Of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 6, pp 110-118; https://doi.org/10.26737/jetl.v6i2.2361

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The purpose of this study is to empirically determine the improvement of teacher's commitment to the organisation by observing its connection with servant leadership of the principal and job satisfaction, with respondents being Permanent Teachers of the Foundation (GTY) of Private Junior High School in Cibinong District, Bogor Regency. The number of research samples of 183 teachers was taken randomly using the proportional random sampling technique. The method used was the correlation method. Hypothesis testing was carried out using parametric statistical analysis in simple and multiple linear regression analysis, simple and multiple correlation analysis, and partial analysis with a significance level of = 0.01 and = 0.05. This study resulted in four conclusions. First, there is a significant positive correlation between servant leadership (X1) and teacher's commitment to the organisation (Y), which is indicated by a simple linear regression equation Ŷ = 63.094 + 0,501X1. with correlation coefficient ry1 = 0.73, coefficient of determination Ry12 = 0.5361. Second, there is a very significant positive correlation between job satisfaction (X2) and teacher’s commitment to the organization (Y) which is indicated by the linear regression equation Ŷ = 56.35 + 0.552X2 with correlation coefficient ry2 = 0.66, coefficient of determination Ry22 = 0,4343. Third, there is a significant positive correlation between servant leadership and job satisfaction collectively with the teacher's commitment to the organisation, which is indicated by the equation Ŷ = 35.50 + 0.372X1 + 0.34X2 with a correlation coefficient ry.12 = 0.81 and coefficient of determination Ry.122= 0.665. Fourth, commitment to the organisation of GTY's Private Junior High School in Cibinong District, Bogor Regency can be enhanced through strengthening servant leadership and job satisfaction.
Farisani Thomas Nephawe, Matodzi Nancy Lambani
JETL (Journal Of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 6, pp 190-197; https://doi.org/10.26737/jetl.v6i2.2654

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The mastery of the irregular form of verbs in the past simple tense poses challenges to non-native learners of English all over the world. The objectives of this study were to identify the types of learners’ strategies useful for mastering the irregular verb inflection, to describe and evaluate them, and to establish why the English First Additional Language learners face difficulties in mastering those strategies. The study followed a quantitative research design. A questionnaire was used as an instrument for data collection from the respondents. Data were analysed using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences version 22 to ensure valid interpretations. Subsequent themes were placed in a table and a graph dealing with the inflection of irregular verbs. The target group of this study comprised 21 Grade 10 learners who were attending Dimani Secondary School in Limpopo Province, South Africa during the academic year 2021. From the data analysis, the initial study findings established that the respondents were incompetent in mastering the inflection of irregular verbs in the past simple tense when using the suppletion principle and the terminal consonants phoneme changes. The researchers used the grouping of common irregular verbs and the learning of irregular verbs in sentences strategies because learners were different and learned irregular verb inflection differently. Although it was previously found that learners could not understand the inflection of irregular verbs in the past simple tense, after having utilised these two strategies, the inflection of irregular verbs in the past simple tense improved with tremendous results. Keywords: Inflection; irregular verbs; past simple tense; strategies
Fhulufhelo Patrick Muedi, Azwidohwi Philip Kutame, Thelma Ngidi, Chinaza Uleanya
JETL (Journal Of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 6, pp 138-145; https://doi.org/10.26737/jetl.v6i2.2430

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Progressed learners differ from their counterparts. The difference is reflected in their assimilation, retention and abilities to reproduce what they are taught. Meanwhile, progressing learners due to policy is insufficient, certain support strategies are to be in place. Hence, the study investigated the strategies of supporting “qualified to be progressed” (QP) learners for quality learning and teaching. Mixed methods was employed for data collection. Random and purposive sampling techniques were used to select teachers and School Management Team (SMT) members respectively who formed the study sample. The study was conducted in 10 purposively selected secondary schools in the Vhembe education, Limpopo, South Africa. Questionnaires were used to collect data from 165 selected teachers who were the respondents for the quantitative part of the study. Meanwhile interviews were conducted for the 10 SMTs who formed the participants for the qualitative part of the study. Percentage was used to analyse the quantitative data, while the qualitative data were used for triangulation. The finding of the study showed amongst others that there are no specific support strategies put in place to assist progressed learners to catch up with their counterparts. The study recommends that schools and relevant education stakeholders put in place support strategies to assist progressed learners.
Agista Nidya Wardani, Adityo Adityo
JETL (Journal Of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 6, pp 198-203; https://doi.org/10.26737/jetl.v6i2.2380

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Regarding the literature subjects provided by the English Language Education Department, University of Muhammadiyah Malang, some students conduct researches on literature in their thesis. They find difficulties in doing the research as lacking of experience in discussing the thing and lacking vocabulary in describing terminologies. This research was designed to help the students whose major is English Education to maintain their study, especially on teaching English literature by finding out the terminologies in teaching literature books in terms of their frequency, example of their use, and meaning (in context). The objects of this research are Teaching and Learning English Literature by Ellie Chambers and Marshall Gregory, and Teaching Holocaust Literature and Film by Robert Eaglestone and Barry Langfor (Ed.) talking about teaching literature. The research method is document analysis. In number, there is no significant difference between them. No literary terminology that is more than 250 words. Beside, since they talk the same scope, the meanings of the terminologies are the same. Further, both present different use of terminologies. In some sentences, the terminologies are used to explain something closer to literature, yet in some other sentences, the terminologies are used to describe or explain the things related to teaching literature.
Bunmi Isaiah Omodan
JETL (Journal Of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 6, pp 102-109; https://doi.org/10.26737/jetl.v6i2.2598

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Collaborative pedagogy appears to be productive among students and thereby adopted in many classrooms to ensure that students are active participants in the knowledge production process. However, challenges exist among students, alongside their instructors, which hinders the active involvement of students in the collaborative knowledge production process. In the same vein, the study also examines the possible ways to navigate the challenges. The argument is located within social constructivism and conceptual analysis of collaborative pedagogy to explore the trajectories of collaborative classrooms in schools. In response to the challenges, the study proposed solutions that include promotion of unity in diversities among students, the introduction of cultural variations in classrooms, and instigation of student’s readiness to interact. The study concludes that collaborative knowledge construction is worthy of being promoted with the recommendation that schools should ensure that students are taught to be united in the process of generating knowledge and that there must be concerted efforts to teach different cultures in the system with student motivation for natural interest.
Ade Nurhopipah, Ida Nuraida, Jali Suhaman
JETL (Journal Of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 6, pp 163-168; https://doi.org/10.26737/jetl.v6i2.2590

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Online learning methodologies are the most influential factor in educational success. However, it cannot be denied that there are non-technical aspects that indirectly affect students' motivation and academic achievement after the Covid-19 pandemic occurred. This study involves paired t-tests, regression tests, and partial t-tests to analyze the factors that can indirectly shape student motivation and academic achievement in Indonesia's higher schools. The factors studied were related to economic condition, health, habits, and social interaction. The result shows significant changes in learning motivation, economic and health conditions, student interactions with friends and lecturers, student involvement in student activity units and religious activities, use of social media, and time spent reading. The Grade Point Accumulative (GPA) before the pandemic was influenced by learning motivation. However, during the pandemic, the GPA was not significantly affected by learning motivation. Before the pandemic, family engagement and student involvement in religious activities significantly influence the GPA. Meanwhile, the factors that influence learning motivation during the pandemic are student involvement in social activities, interaction with lecturers, health conditions, and time spent reading.
Puja Murdianto, Aunurrahman Aunurrahman, Indri Astuti
JETL (Journal Of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 6, pp 154-162; https://doi.org/10.26737/jetl.v6i2.2619

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The main objective of this research is to develop learning e-modules in teaching English in the classroom as well as to produce and disseminate learning media. This e-module can be used on smartphones and this e-module uses a constructivist approach. The steps of the research model are defined, designed, developed, and disseminated/implemented. Participants in this study were teachers and students of MAN 3 Pontianak. The data collection technique in this study refers to the interview list guidelines, namely the questionnaire. Data collection tools are learning outcomes and questionnaire sheets. This study uses a qualitative descriptive approach for data analysis. The results showed that the design of the electronic module learning development in this study consisted of an analysis of curriculum and learning materials, an analysis of the characteristics of students and an analysis of student learning outcomes. The steps for developing an electronic module are by submitting a lot of learning materials and then being reviewed by experts according to their backgrounds as media experts and learning materials experts. The results of the expert review showed that the average score of the electronic module was 3.77 (range 1 - 4) and also the test given to students before applying it. The response of students after using the e-module showed 83.2% which means a positive response. This e-module can be applied to students because it has criteria such as self-instruction, stand alone, adaptive and user friendly. The learning outcomes of this research are that students are more active and construct themselves in learning descriptive texts in English class. The Minimum Completeness Criteria (KKM) in this study is 75 and the average is 79.04, which means that the use of e-modules in teaching descriptive texts is effective and can increase their scores.
Jamiludin Jamiludin, Darnawati Darnawati, Sukadi Linta, Anugrah Puspita Ayu Muhammad, Waode Ade Sarasmita Uke
JETL (Journal Of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 6, pp 181-185; https://doi.org/10.26737/jetl.v6i2.2626

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This research aimed at knowing the students' perception of Microsoft Office 365 on learning history. This research used a quantitative descriptive design. It was conducted at SMAN 4 Kendari, Southeast Sulawesi. The sample of this study was students in XI-1 grade. The students were 46. Research instruments used questionnaires and interviews. The result showed that the students had a positive response toward the use of Microsoft Office 365. Besides, 87% of students agree that they can understand History Subject during online learning. The most frequently used features were Teams (95.7%), SharePoint (2.2%), and Forms (2.2%). THowever, the obstacle of using this application is if students do not have facilities such as a good internet network, and laptops.
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