IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research

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ISSN / EISSN : 2721-852X / 2721-7965
Current Publisher: Indonesia Approach Education (10.46245)
Total articles ≅ 45

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Hana Naqiyya Nada, Rhina Uchyani Fajarningsih, Okid Parama Astirin
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 121-137; doi:10.46245/ijorer.v2i2.83

Globalization encourages rampant development by exploiting natural resources on a large scale. Adiwiyata program is a manifestation of environmental education to raise awareness and concern about the environment. However, the number of Adiwiyata schools is still small, and its implementation has met challenges and obstacles. The research aims to formulate a development strategy for the Adiwiyata program to run optimally and achieve the goals. The research was conducted in Adiwiyata elementary school, junior high, and high school level in Malang regency consisting of Adiwiyata Award school (National or Independent) and Adiwiyata non-Award (District or Province).The study used a qualitative descriptive method with IFAS and EFAS matrices, and then a SWOT and QSPM analysis was performed. The results revealed that Adiwiyata program implementation in Malang Regency was carried out quite well. Several supporting factors and obstacles came from inside and outside the school. The planning and growth strategies were formulated for the Adiwiyata non-awarded schools in quadrant II (2.24; -0.08), while the rewarded Adiwiyata schools were in quadrant I (2.35; 2.88) with alternative development and sustainability strategies. The strategy formulation results are expected to be used as a reference in the development of the Adiwiyata program in Malang Regency.
Muh Mustakim
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 224-236; doi:10.46245/ijorer.v2i2.94

The fundamental question of the research is how the learning strategies are developed in pesantren. follow the development of modern learning strategies or survive with his salafiah learning system. This research uses a case study. and research tends to be explanatory. Collecting data through observation, interviews and documentation. The data is taken in general, then sorted, selected, selected and reduced only in relation to the problems of this research. To maintain the validity of the data, there were three things done, namely extending the stay and interacting with respondents; make observations seriously and diligently; and tested by triangulation adopting the interactive model from Miles and Huberman. The findings from the data obtained are compiled by categories and themes, analyzed inductively conceptually and then made narrative explanations so that they are arranged into certain propositions and developed into new theories based on data analysis and narrative theoretical interpretation. The results of this research is that pesantren develop all types of learning strategies, namely direct learning strategies, learning indirect strategies, interactive learning strategies, empirical learning strategies and active learning strategies. This fact is reasonable because the education and learning process in pesantren is 24 hours. These findings indicate that pesantren accept all developments while maintaining their characteristics, so that the findings of this study lead to a theory of pesantren flexibility while maintaining their identity. The findings of this study can be continued in research on learning in certain pesantren, because it can be different from a pesantren compared to other pesantren.
Dewi Handayani, Endang Widi Winarni, Agus Sundaryono, M. Lutfi Firdaus
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 184-195; doi:10.46245/ijorer.v2i2.90

This research is to precieve the learning outcomes and student responses to the applied models and applications. The type of research carried out was experimental research using a one group pretest-posttest design with the research subjects were 29 students of the fifth semester of 2019/2020 academic year who took Capita Selecta Chemistry Course. The data collection technique was carried out by means of test techniques, namely learning outcomes as seen from the pretest and posttest scores, as well as non-test techniques as seen from observation, interview and student response questionnaires to the application used via google form. The t test was carried out with the help of the SPSS 23 program. Based on the research conducted, there was an increase in student learning outcomes from a value of 65.172 (pretest average score) to 84.586 (posttest average score). The N-Gain score of 0.557 is included in the moderate category, indicating that there is a significant increase in student's critical thinking skills using the PjBL model and the Edmodo application. The results of the student response questionnaire stated that only 48.28% of students liked learning using the online/edmodo application. 51.72% of students still like direct/face-to-face learning. As many as 96.55% of students considered the Edmodo application to provide a new atmosphere in capita selecta lectures. The response to the edmodo application and the project model used was very good. Students are enthusiastic about the edmodo application because it has complete, interesting and easy to learn features. Project Based Learning (PjBL) learning model using the Edmodo application can be recommended to be applied by the lecture.
Anna Ayu Herawati, Arsyadani Mishbahuddin, Mellyta Uliyadari, Adif Jawadi Saputra
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 138-146; doi:10.46245/ijorer.v2i2.79

This research is motivated by the very fact that there are still students who procrastinate, especially academic assignments, during this case, called the wife of student academic procrastination. Efforts made in reducing the extent of student academic procrastination are information services employing a problem-based learning model. This research aims to look at the effectiveness of data services using problem-based learning models to scale back student academic procrastination. This research uses quantitative methods. the sort of this research is Quasi Experiment with One Group Pretest-Posttest Design. the themes of this research were counseling students at the University of Bengkulu. The research instrument used was a Likert scale model. The results showed that information services using effective problem-based learning models to scale back student academic procrastination. The implication of the results of this study is that it are often used as input in creating guidance and counseling service programs, especially in information services using problem-based learning models to scale back student academic procrastination.
Mercury Nirwana, Mohamad Nur, Budi Jatmiko
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 158-170; doi:10.46245/ijorer.v2i2.86

The purpose of this study is to determine the profile of problem-solving instruments which applied in Tsanawiyah Islamic School on vibration, waves, and sound learning materials based on the expert validation assessment and student’s responses. This study used a pre-experimental design method, namely a one-shot case study and it was implemented in Tsanawiyah Islamic School. The sampling technique used purposive sampling using one class. Data collections used problem-solving skills instrument. The expert validation results showed that all of the instrument tests were very valid and it was declared fit for use. Student’s responses from 15 questions were valid because the instrument tests have difficulty level with medium category, although there was one number of the question has difficult category. The distinguishing power showed a good and a very good category although two numbers of questions were less categories. The problem-solving skills profile in Tsanawiyah Islamic School showed a good category in the expert validation noralthough student’s responses although there was a shortage. The limitation of the profile problem solving skills was hindsight from expert validation and students responses. The future research must be better and it can use appropriate learning model for this research like Model SEA-MEA (Self Efficacy Academic-Means Ends Analysis).
Candra Kartikasari, Hendratno, Andi Mariono
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 147-157; doi:10.46245/ijorer.v2i2.85

The purpose of research to describe the ability to listen and recognize the socio-cultural environment through the use of video “Sidoarjo Story Sound” in kindergarten children group B. With the research subjects of children aged 5-6 years of group B at Happy Kids School Kindegarten in Sidoarjo with a total of 20 children. The research method uses experimental research with one group pretest-posttest design. Data collection instruments use descriptive quantitative statistical analysis techniques. The findings of this study showed that video “Sidoarjo Story Sound” can improve the ability to listen and recognize the socio-cultural environment in group B by 0.88 with a high category and 0.97 with a high category. Implication of the research can combine Sidoarjo Story Sound videos with other learning methods and adjust the development of technology and curriculum used in schools.
Nurul Iskandar, Mustaji, Miftakhul Jannah, Soetam Rizky Wicaksono
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 237-249; doi:10.46245/ijorer.v2i2.93

The purpose of this research explained how Problem Based Learning (PBL) designed in teaching and learning English for Vocational School students in Indonesia. A PBL was used for overcoming critical thinking skill in teaching English at vocational school. The sample consisted of tenth grade of vocational school students who were recruited purposively. The research methodology used qualitative and qualitative method. Interview was used to get data about instructional and students’ needs. Questionnaire was used to obtain expert validation during teaching and learning process, and a test was used to obtain the effectiveness. The results of expert validation showed that the design of this learning strategy was good and can be used in learning English. It was effective in English as Foreign Language teaching strategy for vocational school in Blega of Bangkalan. Thus, it could be implemented in the teaching and learning English for vocational school students in enhancing students’ critical thinking.
Novia W. Kusumaningrum, Madlazim, Tarzan Purnomo
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 171-183; doi:10.46245/ijorer.v2i2.89

This study aims to produce a OrSAEv model learning materials based on role-playing for effective disaster mitigation to improve flood disaster mitigation preparedness, identify anxiety and enjoyment in junior high school. This type of research is the four-Dodels. The research subjects were 29 students of grade VII at SMPN 2 Kalitidu. Based on the results of the analysis and discussion that has been carried out, it shows that the development of learning material are valid with the validity value of each Leson Plans 100%, Student Worksheet 98%, Student Book 94%, Test Questions 96%, Mitigation Questionnaire 100%, The Enjoyment Questionnaire 100%, and the Anxiety Questionnaire 100%. In addition, the learning tools that have been developed are also stated to be implemented measures based on the results of the implementation of the lesson plans from 3 meetings with 94.1%, 93.8% and 92.9%, respectively, for the student response questionnaire a score of 2.5 indicates that the students respond well. Student learning outcomes improve Based on the poster analysis, the criteria are quite good. The criteria for disaster mitigation simulation skills are quite good. The results of the enjoyment questionnaire showed that students did not enjoy it, while the anxiety questionnaire showed that students did not feel anxiety. Recommendations that can be given are pre-learning activities required, understanding the use of software, introduction to students about the orsaev learning model based role-playing.
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 196-214; doi:10.46245/ijorer.v2i2.92

This study is intended to describe the effectiveness of the application of discovery learning model in writing Descriptive texts. Learning process in education and training field is less related to daily life so that the participants are less passionate and bored. The learning process is still centered on the Widyaiswara/instructor (teacher centered). The problem examined in this paper is whether the discovery learning Model effective in improving the learning outcomes of training participants in the English Teacher Training class in writing Descriptive texts. This research used the Quasi experiment method, conducted at the Surabaya Religious Education and Training Center. Madrasah Aliyah Class I English teacher training class was as a control group while Madrasah Aliyah Class II English teacher training class was as an experimental group. Data obtained through four types of instruments: (1) achievement test, (2) observation, (3) interview, and (4) questionnaire. Data of test results analyzed using t-test statistics. The results showed that the discovery learning model can improve the learning outcomes of participants’ products and processes. Discovery learning model can be used as an alternative learning to write descriptive text.
Kamran Akhtar Siddiqui, Shahid Hussain Mughal, Imran Ali Soomro, Masood Ahmed Dool
IJORER : International Journal of Recent Educational Research, Volume 2, pp 215-223; doi:10.46245/ijorer.v2i2.91

Education is a key component of progress in the present-day world. But this progress cannot be made without efforts of teachers. Therefore, teacher education, in particular teacher training becomes extremely important. In this regard, several trainings programs are initiated and executed across Pakistan but the desired outcomes have not been achieved so far. Hence, this study was conducted to explore the challenges in teacher training in Pakistan and the ways through which these issues can be resolved. The sources for the data of the study were the published studies in the field in the context of Pakistan, national education policy, and other relevant literature. Based on secondary data, the study concludes that the issues with teacher training in Pakistan are administrative as well as faculty related. The findings reveal that the challenges related to policy and planning, poor induction of teachers, lack of resources in teacher training institutions, demotivation among teachers, and unequal distribution of skilled and productive teachers, dual training system and infrequent trainings. These issues can be fixed by fostering encouraging environment, ensuring accountability and merit, providing necessary resources, systematizing professional training programs and their continuation. The findings of this study will, therefore, positively guide policymakers to develop the right and effective policy to improve the standard of teacher education in the country.
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