Journal Educational Verkenning

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EISSN : 2709-622X
Published by: Hoedspruit Development Publication (10.48173)
Total articles ≅ 14

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Umarova Zakhro
Journal Educational Verkenning, Volume 2, pp 8-12; https://doi.org/10.48173/jev.v2i1.71

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The article discusses the organization of educational activities according to the requirements of representatives of modern generations and time. According to the author, the use of media resources in the educational process is a dictate of the time.
Philippe Fauquet-Alekhine, Patrick Martinez
Journal Educational Verkenning, Volume 2, pp 20-28; https://doi.org/10.48173/jev.v2i1.113

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The aim of this pilot study was to test a method developed in the Cognitive Task Analysis paradigm for adult occupational training in the field of education. The method used was based on the Square of Percieved ACtion (SPEAC) protocol using the SPEAC model (explaining how to successfully put competencies in action). The study was conducted in two secondary education classes, with a sample of 36 students (control group and test group) for an activity in Economics & Social science. The application of this innovative SPEAC-based method resulted in a significant and homogeneous increase in student performance. Beyond showing that the protocol can be applied both for adults and the young and in both occupational and academic contexts, the study demonstrates the benefits in learning and training with this method. Cognitive processes underpinning the improvement in teaching and limitations of the method are discussed.
Mujib Hasib, Abdul Hakim Yassi, Nasmilah Nasmilah
Journal Educational Verkenning, Volume 2, pp 1-7; https://doi.org/10.48173/jev.v2i1.64

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This study aimed to investigate on how to optimize discussion technique. This is a descriptive qualitative study. The data gained through open ended interview and processed by using data reduction, display data, and conclusion drawing/verification. This study answered two research question. What is the students’ perception on how discussion will be effectively implemented? and What is the teachers’ perception on how discussion will be effectively implemented? The result shows that learning styles in discussion found to be important to consider on how the teacher should treat the students and what teaching technique is best to match their need. The standard of participating in discussion not only when students giving opinion it further whether the students pay attention in discussion. Not only the seating setting is important but also the number of students should be considered on how to implement better discussion class. Learning styles do affect what treatment should be given to the students. Teacher lack affection shows the ineffectiveness of the discussion. Therefore, discussion is considered to be effective if it meets some standards of its effectiveness.
Mbonimana Gamariel, Byishimo Blaise
Journal Educational Verkenning, Volume 2, pp 13-19; https://doi.org/10.48173/jev.v2i1.98

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The goal of this research was to determine the degree to which parental influences impact job choice and performance among advanced level students in Rulindo District, Rwanda. Additionally, the research intended to identify the interaction between children and parents in terms of profession choice and the value of collaboration. The research population consisted of all 2000 pupils enrolled in Rulindo's three elementary schools. The research surveyed a total of 108 pupils, and they all answered. Providing a response rate of 100%. Purposive sampling was employed to sample three schools in Rulindo District, while simple random sampling was utilized to sample the pupils. Questionnaires were employed to gather data. The data were analyzed using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) program. The data were analyzed using descriptive statistics such as frequencies and percentages. Tables and graphs were used to show the findings. The study's findings indicated that parental variables had an effect on students' profession choices in Rulindo. These variables included the parents' greatest level of education, their employment, their beliefs and expectations, and their parent-child connections. The research advised that parents and children discuss higher level courses before to enrolling in them, emphasizing on the learner's strengths and preferences in order to minimize potential difficulties. This enables students to make informed job choices based on their educational attainment and professional goals.
Durdy Mahri, Mukhatov Maya, Izzat Kulliyega
Journal Educational Verkenning, Volume 1, pp 26-30; https://doi.org/10.48173/jev.v1i2.56

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This study amis to figure out the influence of Socio-economic, learning motivation and learning independence as anticipated factors affecting students learning outcome. This study is descriptive quantitative study. The data collection method used likert scale questionnaire consisting of negative and positive statements. The data is analysed through graphic presenting. The result of the study shows that socio-economic factor does not have direct effect on learning outcome. Learning motivation shows a positive impact but not consistent while learning independency indicates fairly high impact.
Ivan Yuhanna, Arzuni Alexander, Agemian Kachik
Journal Educational Verkenning, Volume 1, pp 13-19; https://doi.org/10.48173/jev.v1i2.54

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This paper will talk all about advantages of Online Learning. Which Online learning (also known as electronic learning or e-learning) is the result of teaching delivered electronically using computer-based media. The material is frequently accessed via a network, including websites, the internet, intranets, CDs and DVDs. E-learning not only accesses information (eg, putting up web pages), but also helps learners with specific results (eg achieving goals). In addition to delivering e-learning teaching, it can monitor student performance and report student progress.
Durdy Mahri, Mukhatov Maya, Izzat Kulliyega
Journal Educational Verkenning, Volume 1, pp 20-25; https://doi.org/10.48173/jev.v1i2.55

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This paper is aimed to know the meaning of recreation itself. The writing method that the author uses in the preparation of this paper is the literature method, which is a research that is driven to research and solve problems by taking several books that are related to other related papers or literature and using articles from the internet. Recreational Education is a non-formal education program that provides opportunities for each individual to develop physical skills, social attitudes, mental habits and appreciation (psycho-social) and intellectual skills (cognitive) in a harmonious and proportional manner which in turn will shape personality and personality.
Avetisyan Minas, Aleksanyan Charles
Journal Educational Verkenning, Volume 1, pp 1-7; https://doi.org/10.48173/jev.v1i2.52

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Character education is stated as value education, character education, moral education, character education which aims to develop the ability of all school members to make good and bad decisions, exemplify, maintain what is good & realize that good in everyday life wholeheartedly.Character education is placed as the foundation for realizing the vision of national development, namely realizing a society with noble, moral, ethical, cultured, and civilized characters based on the philosophy. This is at the same time an effort to support the realization of the ideals as mandated in the Pancasila and the Preamble to the 1945 Constitution. In addition, the various problems faced by our nation today have increasingly encouraged the enthusiasm and efforts of the government to prioritize character education as the basis for educational development.
Miray Hande, Fahriye Burcu, Hazal Mertz
Journal Educational Verkenning, Volume 1, pp 8-12; https://doi.org/10.48173/jev.v1i2.53

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Not every child born in this world always experiences normal development. Many of them experience obstacles, disturbances, delays, or have risk factors so that to achieve optimal development, special treatment or intervention is required. This group became known as children with special needs or extraordinary children. In understanding children with special needs or outside children, it is necessary to have an understanding of the types of disabilities (children with special needs) and the consequences that occur to sufferers. Children with special needs are referred to as children with disabilities because they include children whose growth and development experience deviations or abnormalities, both physically, mentally, emotionally, and socially when compared to normal children.
Patson Mweene, Gideon Muzaza
Journal Educational Verkenning, Volume 1, pp 8-13; https://doi.org/10.48173/jev.v1i1.24

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This paper aims to identify the implementations of interactive learning media on chemical materials based onf android, web and software to improve the learning media in the class. Learning media is one of the learning components that has an important role in Teaching and Learning Activities. The use of media should be a part that must get the attention of the teacher/facilitator in every learning activity. Therefore, the teacher/facilitator needs to learn how to determine learning media in order to make the achievement of learning objectives effective in the teaching and learning process.
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