International Journal of Asian Education

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EISSN : 2722-8592
Current Publisher: Research & Education Development (10.46966)
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Sabri Jh, Baderiah
International Journal of Asian Education, Volume 1, pp 61-72; doi:10.46966/ijae.v1i2.39

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The purpose of this study was to determine the implementation of learning evaluation management in improving the quality of graduates at the Palopo State Islamic Institute. This type of research is descriptive qualitative, with pedagogical, juridical, and sociological approaches. The objects in the study were academic implementers and students, and the instruments used were observation guidelines, interview guidelines, and documentation. The results showed that the learning evaluation management at IAIN Palopo consisted of planning, organizing, implementing, and evaluating programs. At the planning stage, the academic side prepares every need for learning evaluation, then holds the schedule by referring to the academic calendar and arranges the place for lectures, at the evaluation stage, the UTS and UAS are supervised by a lecturer or lecturer who teaches the subject in question. Constraints in learning evaluation management include; the incomplete several course material so that it affects planning; besides that, some students who have not received a score in the previous semester (comprehensive examination), in the organizational aspect, some lecturers are late in entering exam questions. Some have even tested the material but did not provide information to the study program/faculty, aspects of the facilities that have less influence on organizing learning evaluation. Obstacles in the implementation of the evaluation are the lack of student preparation in facing exams, the existence of cheating by students during the exam, and the constraints on program evaluation, namely the absence of a set time in evaluating the program.
Arik Susanti, Pratiwi Retnaningdyah, Ade Nila Puspita Ayu, Anis Trisusana
International Journal of Asian Education, Volume 1, pp 43-52; doi:10.46966/ijae.v1i2.37

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The study aims to investigate whether collaborative strategic reading (CSR) strategies can improve higher-order thinking skills (HOTS) of students. It is an experimental design using pre-test and post-test as an instrument. Research data was obtained by giving a reading test in one of the public vocational high schools in Surabaya, Indonesia. These test data were analyzed using independent sample T-test and paired sample T-test in SPSS. Results showed that Collaborative Strategic Reading (CSR) could improve higher-order thinking skills for students. Based on data analysis results, t count was found to be larger than t table. Moreover, the result of the paired-sample t-test also indicated a significant difference between pre-test and post-test scores of experimental students. Sig. Sig. (2-tailed) equals.000. To sum up, the strategy benefits students in enhancing higher-order thinking skills for students.
Burhan Rifuddin, Dodi Ilham, Nurdin K
International Journal of Asian Education, Volume 1, pp 81-94; doi:10.46966/ijae.v1i2.34

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This research aims to develop the MPI study program 's academic information to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of education services by web-based information systems by updating the State Civil Establishment (ASN) values, using the approach of Participatory Action Research (PAR). The solution to the issue of web-based academic services in IAIN Palopo 's Islamic Education Management Study Programme, namely 1) conducting consultations related to web design of the Islamic Education Management Study Programme; 2) registering the web sub - domain and collecting materials that will be the content of the Islamic Education Management Study Program web.; 3) Installing web-based machines in registered sub-domains and creating a web-based framework for the Islamic Education Management Study Program; 4) designing a web-based display of the Islamic Education Management Study Program; 5) making menus and filling each menu with types of services, information, and activities related to the Islamic Education Management Study Program; 6) Implementation of web management training for prospective web administrators of Islamic Education Management Study Program; 7) Automation of web services published in the Islamic Education Management Study Program.
Amalia Yahya, Faradiba Ade Iswara Jaya Iswara Jaya, Jufriadi
International Journal of Asian Education, Volume 1, pp 107-116; doi:10.46966/ijae.v1i2.38

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The research aims to investigate whether Students’ Readiness toward National Examination (A Case Study in SMPN 2 Palopo). The problem statement of the research was, “How are their readiness in facing national examination”? This research used the Descriptive Quantitative Method. The population of this research was 167 students from the ninth grade students of Junior High School Number 2 Palopo. The total numbers of the students are ten students. The researcher took five students from each class as the sample. The sample was selected using a purposive sampling technique. The researcher used this technique based on their consideration. The result of the analysis can explain that the researcher analyzed the result to measure the students’ readiness in facing national examination. The researcher has conducted the result of the test showed their readiness to face the national examination. The result categorized into average classification. The highest score is 74, the middle score is 66, the lowest score is 60, and the mean score is 67.
Musbaing
International Journal of Asian Education, Volume 1, pp 53-60; doi:10.46966/ijae.v1i2.35

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This paper seeks to offer an interpretation of the significance of the core of education in an attempt to achieve public policy goals. Some publications addressing approaches, techniques, and models of learning as a means of understanding the ideal education, but there are still deficiencies attributable to educators or adults who do not see the environment as a place of training. The paper aims to provide parents, teachers, and the community with knowledge so that education is a joint obligation so that cooperation in the education system is complete. "Tri Pusat Pendidikan" are three critical elements that play an essential role in learning and become the center of educational activities, namely family education (informal education), school training (formal education), and social education (non-formal culture). The "Tri Pusat Pendidikan" idea means that learning can be done anywhere and at any time, being a mutual obligation. This principle says the society and family have a balanced responsibility for the success of education offenders, and that it is not just schools that are made and regulated as organizations that have a great (full) responsibility for the success of individuals in their educational cycle.
Ira Irviana Irvy
International Journal of Asian Education, Volume 1, pp 95-106; doi:10.46966/ijae.v1i2.40

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This paper aims to provide an understanding of how a teacher designs a learning model. Many writings discuss learning models, but they cannot be applied in a learning process. This paper is expected to provide experience for teachers in planning and developing learning through development models. Planning is essential because it is a managerial process in determining what to do and how to do it, and in it, the goals that will be achieved and work programs are developed to achieve goals. Therefore, learning planning is a decision-making process as a result of reasoning about specific learning goals and objectives, namely changes in behavior and a series of activities that must be carried out to achieve these goals by utilizing all existing potential and learning resources. In integrating a study, one can see the types of material that have a relationship with one another, for example, learning characters and morals, which, if studied, will lead to one point, namely a good personality. More generally, if the integration of fields of study, such as the field of religious education and character, which is integrated with the field of civic education, there are moral and character values. The material in learning to integrated several types of development models can be selected, including ASSURE, ADDIE, Jerold E. Kamp, et al., Dick & Carey, and Gerlach & Ely.
Dedi Riyan Rizaldi, Eris Nurhayati, Ziadatul Fatimah
International Journal of Asian Education, Volume 1, pp 73-80; doi:10.46966/ijae.v1i2.36

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Dynamic human development in the 21st Century demands students to make innovations in the world of education. Students are required to have 21st-century skills, namely creativity, critical thinking, collaboration, and communication. In contrast, teachers are required to have skills that must be mastered. The six capabilities are mastery of knowledge/content, mastery of 21st-century pedagogy, the ability of expertise in the development and achievement of students and give support, mastery of learning psychology skills; having counseling skills; and competence in using information technology and media. This article aims to discuss issues related to how to improve the ability of teachers and students to master 21st-century skills? Also, what extent is the role of digital literacy and STEM integration in improving 21st-century skills? This article using literature literacy methods sourced from international and national journals, books, and other relevant sources. Based on the study, it concluded that digital competence is not an absolute determinant of the development of 21st-century skills in students. Digital ability is a supporting factor for mastering 21st-century skills that should have been introduced and taught through schools. STEM learning with multidisciplinary mastery of science needs to be optimized in schools in Indonesia so that the expected learning objectives are in line with the demands of the 21st-century.
Hisbullah Nurdin
International Journal of Asian Education, Volume 1, pp 21-28; doi:10.46966/ijae.v1i1.17

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Islamic strategies and tactics must be more effective and efficient, meaning pedagogical, sociological, and cultural. Therefore, the Islamic breath in the person of a Muslim is essential to be able to move the behavior reinforced with extensive knowledge so that he can provide appropriate and useful answers to the challenges of the development of science and technology, and in Islamic education will not be separated from Islamic principles sourced from the basic principles of the Koran. Planning for future education must include three main characteristics of a society, namely: the future of socio, the future of techno, and the future of bio. Besides, Islamic education strategies in facing future challenges include: (1) Building an actual Islamic Education paradigm; (2) Carry out Affective Education; and (3) Improving the quality of teaching staff.
Sukman Sappe
International Journal of Asian Education, Volume 1, pp 1-8; doi:10.46966/ijae.v1i1.22

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The dichotomy of science is the separation between general science and religion, which then develops into other dichotomic phenomena. The term science dichotomy in various historical literature, including the afterlife and world sciences, syar'iyah science and ghairu syar'iyyah Science, al-'ulum al-diniyyah and al-'ulum al-'aqliyyah, Islamic Knowledge and Non-Islamic Knowledge ( English), Hellenic and Semitic (Greek). The consequences of the dichotomy, as mentioned as the terms of the dichotomy, have implications for the alienation of the religious sciences to modernity and keep the progress of science away from spiritual values. In the perspective of Islamic education, science is an in-depth knowledge of the results of earnest efforts (ijtihād) from Muslim scientists ('ulamā' / mujtahīd) on practical and ukhrāwī issues by originating from the revelations of Allah Almighty so that science grows and develops hand in hand with religion. In the history of Islamic civilization, scholars live in harmony with scientists, many scientists found in Islam, as well as scholars.
Wahyullah Alannasir
International Journal of Asian Education, Volume 1, pp 29-36; doi:10.46966/ijae.v1i1.18

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The characteristics of students from cognitive, affective, and psychomotor aspects so that educators are able to cultivate and develop the potential and talents of each student so that educators easily evaluate the strengths and weaknesses in learning. Different characteristics possessed by each student can provide an understanding for each educator to use strategies and methods in developing these different talents and potentials. Understanding the development of student characteristics can be seen from three aspects, namely cognitive, affective, and psychomotor aspects. The cognitive element is the domain that includes mental activities (brain). Emotional issues are those related to attitudes and values, which include behavioral traits such as feelings, interests, beliefs, emotions, and values. Psychomotor aspects are domains that include movement behavior and physical coordination, motor skills, and physical abilities of a person so that the skills that will develop if often practiced can be measured based on distance, speed, speed, technique, and manner of implementation. Analyzing students can be seen in four key factors that determine student success, including general characteristics (general characteristics), specific entry competencies (special initial abilities), learning styles (learning styles), and multiple intelligences (plural intelligences).
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