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 ≅ 243
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Aunurrahman Aunurrahman
JETL (Journal of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 5, pp 296-302; doi:10.26737/jetl.v5i2.2145

This study aims to determine the essential dimensions of primary school education problems in Sintang district based on their types and aspects to analyze the readiness to implement the minimum competency assessment and character survey in 2021 with a focus on two main study dimensions, namely the main problems of education and the dimensions of readiness to implement the minimum competency assessment policy and character survey. The data was collected by combining qualitative and quantitative approaches through the implementation of a Focus Group Discussion (FGD) and a questionnaire. The FGD was attended by supervisors, school principals and elementary school teachers. Meanwhile, the questionnaire was filled in by elementary school teachers who were spread over some elementary schools in several sub-districts of Sintang district. Qualitative data analysis used taxonomic analysis techniques (taxonomy analysis) and interactive analysis from Miles and Huberman. Meanwhile, the quantitative analysis uses descriptive statistical analysis. The results showed that the taxonomy of educational problems in supporting the readiness to implement the minimum competency assessment and character survey in elementary schools in Sintang district was seen from the teacher dimensions regarding shortages and uneven distribution. In the curriculum dimension, it is considered that changes are too fast so that it becomes a source of confusion for some teachers, and in the learning process that has not made good use of information and communication technology tools. In the leadership and management dimension, the implementation of discipline and transparency is still low. In the dimension of school readiness towards implementing minimum competency assessment policies and character surveys in 2021, especially concerning the principal who not yet optimal initiative to encourage teacher involvement to find out and explore new policies and less proactive teachers in seeking information or increasing knowledge related to minimum competency assessment policies and character surveys through various available sources of information.
Aida Mehrad
JETL (Journal of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 5, pp 317-331; doi:10.26737/jetl.v5i2.1799

According to the importance of academic staff job satisfaction at university and evaluating effective factors on satisfaction, the present study is to clarify the relationship between personality factors and job satisfaction by the mediatory role of emotional intelligence. The study involved 440 academic staff selected by multi-stage sampling from public research universities in Klang Valley, Malaysia. This study applied a cross-sectional design. Big Five Inventory (BFI), Emotional Intelligence Test (SSEIT), and Job Descriptive Index (JDI) have been used to measured variables of the study. Additionally, the Pearson correlation coefficient, multiple linear regression analysis, and mediation analysis (Sobel test) are used for data analysis. The findings released a positive correlation between emotion perception, utilization of emotion, managing own emotions, managing others’ emotions, conscientiousness, agreeableness, and openness with job satisfaction. Conversely, there is a negative correlation between neuroticism and job satisfaction, whereas no correlation is observed between extraversion and job satisfaction. Personality factors likewise showed a significant relationship with almost all emotional intelligence factors except the utilization of emotion and neuroticism. The utilization of emotion and neuroticism predicted the level of job satisfaction, and only utilization of emotion significantly mediated the relationships between agreeableness, conscientiousness, and openness with job satisfaction. In fact, the agreeableness, conscientiousness, and openness academic staff have a better ability to apply emotion to obtain job satisfaction than other staff. In short, the study sheds new light in the context of psychology, particularly in the job satisfaction context among academic staff at universities.
Weni Gurita Aedi, Lisda Fitriana Masitoh
JETL (Journal of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 5, pp 225-228; doi:10.26737/jetl.v5i2.1990

The purpose of this study was to develop a calculus learning module based on POGIL for Informatics Engineering students. The POGIL-based module contains namely exploring, discovering, and applying. Through POGIL, students are more responsible for their educational assignments, learn to rely on their ability to think rather than just remember and develop positive relationships with other students. The module was developed and contains the POGIL syntax. The quality of development results is determined based on Nieveen's criteria, namely valid, practical, and effective. This is a Research and Development Study that applies the Plomp Model which consists of the initial research, development, and assessment phases. The subjects of this research were students of Informatics Engineering at the University of Pamulang. The research instruments used were validation sheets, student assessment questionnaires, and calculus questions. In terms of validity, based on the assessment conducted by experts, has met the valid criteria with a very good category with an empirical score that is 312. In terms of practicality, based on the results of student assessments after participating in learning using the developed tools, it is in the very good category with an empirical score of 1924. In terms of effectiveness, the result is Z = 1.75 > Z_a = 1.645, so Ho is rejected, which means that the proportion of students who score 70 is more than 74.99%. The results showed that the calculus learning module met the criteria of validity, practicality, and effectiveness.
Arima Renny Dayu Putri, Markus Budiraharjo
JETL (Journal of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 5, pp 218-224; doi:10.26737/jetl.v5i2.1532

Empirical studies drawn from a Foucauldian discourse analysis suggest the complexity of policy implementations. Policy construction and implementation involve a set of different stakeholders, causing many competing agendas from different bodies to interfere with the processes and making policy outcomes highly unpredictable. This study was set to investigate how high school student enrolment zoning policy in Indonesia was represented in major online daily journals, specifically during the two months of June and July 2019. The latest enrolment zoning policy has been considered to be too disruptive among both parents and schools. Utilizing a discourse analysis, this paper attempted to reveal what issues were addressed and what agendas or powers were contested. In this discourse analysis, it is found that the three online journals as the resources of the study were not strong enough in presenting the news. All of them have not discussed the student’s aspect as the implementer of the zoning policy.
Ovan Ovan, Andika Saputra
JETL (Journal of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 5, pp 244-248; doi:10.26737/jetl.v5i2.2032

Testing research instruments can be done using several applications such as SPSS, AMOS, Lisrell, and several other applications. However, the use of these applications encounters several obstacles for its users, the first is that some of these applications are paid, the costs that are not small to buy a license for this application often force users to use a pirated version of the application, which of course is detrimental for developers and tarnish the world of education itself. And the second is that the use of this application sometimes confuses the users, the cause is that the items in the application are too complex, making it difficult to use, and in some applications, there are demands that users have an understanding of programming to be able to use the application. Therefore, in this research, a web-based application was developed to test the validity and reliability of research instruments that are free of charge and easy to use by academics and researchers (this application is then called CAMI). The stages taken in this research are the study of the theory of testing the validity and reliability of the research instrument, collecting data, compiling the syntax for making applications, installing applications on a web server (so that they can be accessed online), and testing applications from the data obtained. The data used in this research is secondary data obtained from theses and journals. Furthermore, the data is used to test the web application that has been created, then the results of the test data output are compared with the test results using the SPSS application with the same data. From the test results, it was found that both validity and reliability tests gave the same output 100% as the SPSS application.
Iip Istirahayu
JETL (Journal of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 5, pp 249-252; doi:10.26737/jetl.v5i2.1856

Character development in students is very important to be a better individual and understand the values that apply. Character development is done by instilling basic ethical values such as one of which is cooperation. The purpose of this research is to find out and analyze the increase in the value of cooperation of elementary school students in the city of Singkawang through the application of the traditional Lompat Tali game, as a form of preserving the nation's culture and building the nation's cultural character. The method used in this research is quantitative research. The study population was all elementary school students in Singkawang. Samples were selected using a purposive sampling technique as many as 50 groups. The type of data used in this survey research is quantitative data obtained from interviews, observations, and attitude scales. Analysis of the data in this study used the N-gain test to see an increase in student cooperation attitude. The results of the study based on the N-gain calculation show that the increase in the cooperative attitude of elementary school students is 0.38, which means that students of the traditional game of Lompat Tali can increase the cooperative attitude of elementary school students.
Ahmad Yani T., Misdah Misdah, Wahab Wahab
JETL (Journal of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 5, pp 274-279; doi:10.26737/jetl.v5i2.2159

This study aims to obtain empirical evidence on strengthening social competence (Islamic Studies subjects; Arabic script) through the independent learning of reciprocal teaching models with a metacognitive approach. The population in this study was the fifth-grade students of SD Mujahidin Pontianak City. While the sample was taken randomly from two classes from 5A and 5C to class 5 students. One class received Reciprocal Teaching (RT) model learning with a metacognitive approach as an experimental group and one class received regular learning as a control group. The instruments used in this study consisted of three types of instruments, namely: (1) observation sheets, (2) students' independent learning scales, and (3) learning outcomes tests on Islamic Education subjects. Based on the data analysis in this study, the process of strengthening social competence through student learning independence in the subject of Islamic Religious Education uses the reciprocal teaching model with a metacognitive approach practiced at SD Mujahidin Pontianak can be seen from the main component of learning (core competence). Efforts to strengthen social competence through independence can be designed through a Reciprocal Teaching model with a metacognitive approach gradually and intact. The first process starts with the development of the lesson plan as an operational design in the practice of Islamic Education learning. Development of learning components in the lesson plan, namely materials, methods, media, sources, and evaluation that are more creative, innovative. The teaching of teaching materials as a whole, which includes cognitive, affective, and psychomotor teaching materials. Second, there are differences in strengthening social competence through independent learning between students learning Islamic education using the reciprocal teaching model with a metacognitive approach and students learning Islamic education using ordinary learning models. The independent learning of students in Islamic Religious Education in the group that received reciprocal teaching model learning with a metacognitive approach was better than the control group.
Lokadhia Manwa
JETL (Journal of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 5, pp 356-362; doi:10.26737/jetl.v5i2.1670

Tertiary student roles are a critical aspect of student life during their academic career as they significantly contribute to the success of the whole learning process and the accomplishment of the entire course. This study contributes to debates on the influence of student multiple roles on academic engagement given the limited research on this phenomenon in Africa and Zimbabwe in particular. By investigating the factors influencing the nature of students’ roles, the findings may influence researchers to investigate other aspects of students’ life situations. The study sought to explore from the students’ perspectives, how they juggle their roles and from lecturers how these students perform. A qualitative approach that employed convenient sampling used twenty-one students and six lecturers from the three tertiary institutions in the city. Open-ended questionnaires and in-depth face-to-face interviews were used to generate data from the participants. Thematic analysis was used to process data, whereby common ideas and patterns that came up repeatedly were coded leading to key issues. Factors such as family background, family life cycle stage and economic status were found to be influencing the nature of students’ roles. Students indicated that they occupy many social roles which they could not ignore. They also reported negative effects of these roles on academic engagement. Lecturers also indicated that most students were not performing to their best. The study, therefore, recommends serious consideration of the various interplay underpinning factors that may impact negatively on student role behaviour. The incorporation of time-management and ingenuity into the university curriculum may benefit all students.
Dani Fitria Brilianti, Hana Yulinda Fithriyani
JETL (Journal of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 5, pp 340-345; doi:10.26737/jetl.v5i2.1945

The use of appropriate media in the learning and teaching process especially in teaching speaking is quite important for the lecturers to have students' the best result. The video blog (Vlog) is one of the media that commonly used by lecturers in teaching speaking English to gain students' motivation in speaking. The main aim of this study is to investigate the lecturer's strategy in implementing video blog as a media in teaching speaking. Besides, it is also to identify the difficulties of vlog implementation in teaching speaking. To achieve the objectives, the descriptive qualitative approach in the form of a case study was chosen as the method of the research. Observation and interview were collected as the data to the class 2A, a second-semester student of Computer Engineering Students of Politeknik Harapan Bersama, Tegal, Indonesia. The data from classroom observation were obtained from activity portrait, video recording, students and lecturers' notes, and interview during observation. The data analysis presented by using descriptive explanation, and the data result from lecturers' interview were summarized by using the table and described based on the phenomenon that found during the observation. The finding of data showed that the lecturer applied task-based learning to implement vlog in speaking skill. The lecturers did not only show the vlog to the students in teaching speaking as the media but also asked them to make it by their selves and uploaded it to the YouTube Channel as the new references of English vlog. Lecturers began the learning and teaching process with pre tasks: introduction, review to the previous material; then continued to the main tasks: showing the model/media, giving task, and discussion; and closed by the post-task: evaluation and feedback. Moreover, the difficulties faced by the lecturers in implementing vlog in teaching speaking were a distinct range of students' English scores especially in speaking, the improper gadget that owns by the students’ to make the video blog, and lack of students’ creativity in building the video blog content to make it interesting to be watched. In line with the previous studies, which stated that video blog is interesting and it can improve students' speaking skill effectively.
Yayuk Hidayah, Yusuf Faisal Ali, Anis Suryaningsih
JETL (Journal of Education, Teaching and Learning), Volume 5, pp 369-374; doi:10.26737/jetl.v5i2.1482

Student organization as a place to develop the talents of the students in the form of aspirations, ideas, and creativity to provide opportunities for students to be able to nurture their sense of organization. In student organizations, students are met with certain conditions that bring on pro-social attitudes. The purpose of this study is to analyze, describe, and assess the pro-social behaviour of students through student organizations. This research is descriptive qualitative research. Collecting data through observation, interviews and documentation. Analysis of the data is done by using the model of Miles and Huberman. This study results that students involved in student organizations have social behaviours such as empathy, social responsibility, and low egocentrism. The factors that affect student Pro-social attitudes are the environment, knowledge and personality. Mankind as the main source in the organization should be able to develop individuals with certain criteria. Coaching intensively and encouragement over the ownership of Pro-social attitudes for students are solutions to the emergence of the smart and good citizen.
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