Gagasan Pendidikan Indonesia

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ISSN / EISSN : 2721-9240 / 2722-0982
Published by: Hermeneutika : Jurnal Hermeneutika (10.30870)
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Victor Mafone Alasa, Magdalene Ifeoma Ogbemudia
Gagasan Pendidikan Indonesia, Volume 2, pp 99-106; https://doi.org/10.30870/gpi.v2i2.13203

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Demographic variables as predicate of public secondary school teachers' decision to quit or study in the teaching profession using Akwa Ibom, Nigeria as a case study was the central focus of this study. In this study two demographic variables were considered namely gender and academic qualification. The study utilized a sample size of 50 teachers randomly sampled from five public secondary schools and the ex-post-facto design. The data was collected using the “Demographic variable and Teachers” Decision to Quit or Stay in Teaching Profession Questionnaire (DVTDQSTPQ). The data was analyzed with an independent t-test and the result at 0.05 level of significance showed that gender and academic qualification had no significant influence on teachers' decision to quit or stay in the teaching profession.
Victor Mafone Alasa, Fabiano Tikoinavuso, Taraivini Raramasi Raiula, Feroz Ali
Gagasan Pendidikan Indonesia, Volume 2, pp 60-73; https://doi.org/10.30870/gpi.v2i2.12859

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In many countries where funding for education has been directed at improving access, the redirection towards funding of quality education has been slow. In Fiji, studies have found that symptoms of the lack of funding for quality education include: large class sizes in urban areas; multi-grade classes in rural areas; low levels of qualifications in the teaching force; teachers’ general frustration with curriculum development; and the pressures of external examination systems as asystemmatic. In this context, the pressures on individual teachers are high, while support for them and for the schools they serve is low. An aspect that was discussed of the result of this ongoing pressure is the impact on pre-service teachers who become part of these school communities for their field experience (or practicum). This paper reports on the frustrations and disappointments expressed by one group of pre-service teachers as they reflect on their practicum experiences in schools in Fiji qualitative research design and data gathered were content analyzed. The findings shed light on the difficulties faced by all teachers in Fiji. Recommendations include not only supporting pre-service teachers during their practicum, but also supporting the teachers in the field whose responsibility for preparing the new generation of teachers is sometimes taken for granted.
Kanyawee Duangpim, Pornchita Khamhueng, Athittaya Kaewpikul, Prasart Nuangchalerm
Gagasan Pendidikan Indonesia, Volume 2, pp 74-80; https://doi.org/10.30870/gpi.v2i2.12910

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This study employed survey research, aims to investigate students’ opinion towards online learning environment which make opportunity and non-opportunity in learning achievement. The research gathered data from 224 secondary students from one school in academic year 2021, located in Roi-et Province, Thailand. Questionnaire was made and asked about learning from home behavior during COVID-19 pandemic. Statistics used for data analysis consisted of mean and standard deviation. This research showed that learning from home behaviors of secondary students had moderate levels in all dimension. The guideline of curriculum and learning management, learning opportunity, and barriers in distance learning should be considered. Educational policy should be discussed how to do the suitable things to support schools based on needs and appropriate solutions.
Rahmawati Rahmawati, Mokete Nyaphisi, Mohamad Saripudin
Gagasan Pendidikan Indonesia, Volume 2, pp 81-92; https://doi.org/10.30870/gpi.v2i2.11904

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This research aims to know the relationship between self-acceptance, happiness, and work-family balance on the empowerment of communities. The respondents of this study were 54 women in Serang City, Banten Province, Indonesia. Sampling by purposive sampling with restrictions on the subject of women, married, living in a single house with a partner, living with the nuclear family. The procedure of collecting data by summated rating method. The scale of self-acceptance, happiness, and WFB. From F-test there are values F = 43.28; R = 0.793 (> 0.5) with p = 0.001 (<0.01), there are positive meaning relationships between self-acceptance and happiness with WFB. Partially from the t-test, the scale of self-acceptance of WFB obtained a value of R = 0.747 and p = 0,000 (<0.01), meaning there is a positive relation between self-acceptance and WFB. Adjudication whereas from happiness to WFB obtained the value of R = 0.739 and p = 0.007 (<0.01), meaning there is a positive relationship between the happiness of WFB.
Damanhuri Damanhuri, Ria Yuni Lestari
Gagasan Pendidikan Indonesia, Volume 2, pp 93-98; https://doi.org/10.30870/gpi.v2i2.12721

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Indonesia and other countries in the world are being hit by a very extraordinary health crisis that is Covid-19. Covid-19 also has an impact on the implementation of learning in universities, implementation of lectures using the online method. Citizenship Education courses that teach about norm values are a bit difficult to implement online because they cannot directly observe student attitudes which are reflected in the course content. Inculcating social attitudes in learning during this pandemic is very important. Becauseit is expected that students have social awareness of the current situation. The importance of social attitudes in learning so that students have social skills so that they are able to establish good cooperation to achieve the learning object of citizenship education. Social Skill and social attitudes are one of the indicators in realizing the smart and good citizen goal of Civic education. Having a social attitude makes students more sensitive to problems that occur in the surrounding environment and can participate in finding solutions to problems that exist in the community. The purpose of this study was to find out how to instill Social Attitudes through Citizenship Education Learning in the Covid-19 Pandemic Era as an Effort in Formation of Student Social skills. This study uses a descriptive qualitative approach with data collection observations, documentation and interviews. The results of the study show that the practice of social skills through Civic Education learning in this Pandemic era is carried out by habituation. Social attitudes that are instilled are honesty, discipline, responsibility, polite, caring, and confident. Habituation carried out in the learning process can take place through demonstrations and agreements made between students and lecturers together in the classroom. Inculcating social skills in learning is greatly assisted by online learning platforms such as LMS and social media. Researchers’ recommendation is that further research can develop the acquisition of other skills in Citizenship Education learning.
Frely Rahmawati, Aditya Rahman, Usman Usman
Gagasan Pendidikan Indonesia, Volume 2, pp 48-59; https://doi.org/10.30870/gpi.v2i1.10888

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This study aimed to determine the effect of the World Cafe learning method on students' communication competence in biology learning on ecosystem concept. The method used in this study is a quasi-experimental method with a randomized control group only design. The research was conducted from September 2017 to October 2019. The research sample was class X IPA 6 and X IPA 3 which were taken by random sampling at one high school in Indonesia. The instruments used were observation sheets and test descriptions. The experimental and control classes have different results. This can be seen in the average scores of oral and written communication competence in the experimental class, respectively 80.6 and 70. Meanwhile, for oral and written communication competence, the control class scores respectively 74 and 54.8. The results of statistical tests on oral competence were 0.015 which were less than 0.05. So, it can be interpreted that the World Cafe learning method affects students' communication competence on ecosystem concept.
, Askar Garad, Ahmed Al-Ansi
Gagasan Pendidikan Indonesia, Volume 2, pp 10-26; https://doi.org/10.30870/gpi.v2i1.10176

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ICT-based learning is kind of learning that use Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to foster, optimize, enhance and support gaining knowledge. Covid-19 has caused the full transformation to ICT-based learning. This study aimed to investigate the advantages, opportunities and challenges of ICT-BL during the pandemic. Systematic analysis of the qualitative results indicated that possibility of Online learning, saving time and money, communication and motivation tool, usage of social media, sharing and processing the knowledge and improving the quality of education were the highest ranked advantages of the ICT-based learning and remote learning, extra time, adoption of new skills and more technologies and MOOCs in addition to family gathering were the most opportunities while internet accessibility, electricity problems, maintenance of infrastructure, high cost of ICT device and lack of expertise, ability to manage classrooms and plagiarism were the high ranked challenges for both students and lecturers to continue online learning. Developing countries need to develop new strategies and techniques to promote ICT-based learning based on innovation, socio-cultural and socio-economic aspects not only financial support.
Yao Lin, Pramote Danpradit
Gagasan Pendidikan Indonesia, Volume 2, pp 27-38; https://doi.org/10.30870/gpi.v2i1.10452

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This study aimed to create the double bass workbook that focuses on critical thinking and the efficiency of learning. studied. The research tools were: 1) The double bass workbook for children (7-9 years old), and 2) an assessment and interview form, to analyze the data was percentage. The research used that to teach those six students and gathering data by observation during the academic year 2018-2019. The findings were: The organizing music activities will make children's music lessons interesting in communication, cooperation, and critical thinking through listening, singing, game playing, recording, filling notes (adding a melody), accompanying practice to practice double bass. The teacher's assessment with the workbook was at 93% that means the teacher was highly effective in using the double bass workbook. The children passed the exam, the average score was 33 from 35. In the future, this workbook both practicability and operability.
Jariya Thongbunma, Prasart Nuangchalerm, Sirilak Supakam
Gagasan Pendidikan Indonesia, Volume 2, pp 1-9; https://doi.org/10.30870/gpi.v2i1.10524

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In the quarantine time, COVID-19 outbreak cannot stop our learning but it makes school and instructional practices do natural online learning. This research aims to study secondary teachers and students’ perspectives towards online learning amid the COVID-19 outbreak. The respondents were 38 teachers and 212 students from one secondary school, Mahasarakham province, Thailand. Data were collected through online survey in Semester 2 Academic Year 2020. Questionnaires about online learning amid COVID-19 outbreak and online interviewing were used. It found that that teachers had positive perspective towards online learning at high level, but students had their perspective was at low level. It can be concluded that online learning activities may be suitable for readiness students in both methods and tools, the study also need to be discussed by educators and policy maker for helping students meet the goal of curriculum and students’ success.
Saiful Millah, Bibin Rubini, Indarini Dwi Pursitasari
Gagasan Pendidikan Indonesia, Volume 2, pp 39-47; https://doi.org/10.30870/gpi.v2i1.10986

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This research aimed to analyze the science assessment in Junior High Schools in Tangerang Selatan City using scientific literacy competencies. This study used a descriptive method by collecting questions for the final semester assessment from four schools in Tangerang Selatan City, Indonesia which were determined by random sampling. A total of 180 science item test from four schools in Tangerang Selatan City, Indonesia were analyzed using scientific literacy competency indicators contained in the 2018 PISA framework. The results showed that only a small proportion (7.22%) of the items contained scientific literacy competencies. The items used tend to directly ask students' mastery of concepts and do not present data/information that students need to investigate on the items. Most of the questions presented are in the form of concept/definitions so that it does not require students to think at high levels, especially at the reasoning stage.
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