Journal of Social Work and Science Education

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ISSN / EISSN : 2746-0827 / 2723-6919
Published by: Yayasan Karinosseff Muda Indonesia (10.52690)
Total articles ≅ 80
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Shiva Ram Pandey, Mani Ram Sharma
Journal of Social Work and Science Education, Volume 3, pp 168-178; https://doi.org/10.52690/jswse.v3i2.294

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This article presents ideas on mentoring and professional development. It briefly describes the needs, practices and benefits of mentoring for the professional development of teachers. It discusses teaching as a profession and teacher development. Both mentoring and professional development go hand in hand to maximize teaching and learning process. In teaching profession, mentoring is a process in which a more experienced senior teacher supports the novice teachers by providing required guidance, counseling, ideas and information on carrying out the professional responsibilities successfully. The article concludes with the idea that mentoring helps novice teachers to grow and develop personally, professionally and institutionally. Mentoring is one of the great means to achieve professionalism in teaching.
Amelia Permatasari, Bukman Lian, Alhadi Yan Putra
Journal of Social Work and Science Education, Volume 3, pp 74-85; https://doi.org/10.52690/jswse.v3i2.274

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The purpose of this research is to identify and analyze: (1) distant learning at MAN 1 Muara Enim, and (2) academic supervision of remote learning during the covid-19 epidemic. This research employs qualitative methods with a descriptive approach. The study was conducted at MAN 1 Muara Enim, with data collected through observation, interviews, documentation, and a literature review with 64 instructors, two principals, and one Madrasah supervisor. The findings revealed that MAN 1 Muara Enim completed a series of good preparations, the academic supervision approach, which is typically done face-to-face, is now done remotely and is divided into two parts, manually verifying the lesson plan and synchronizing the online learning. This study contributes to the topic of Education Management, specifically academic supervision in sustaining teacher performance sustainability.
Zarwini Zarwini, Nur Ahyani, Yessi Fitriani
Journal of Social Work and Science Education, Volume 3, pp 122-131; https://doi.org/10.52690/jswse.v3i2.281

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The purpose of this study is to determine and analyze the following relationships: (1) the relationship between the principal's leadership style and teacher performance; (2) the relationship between teacher work motivation and teacher performance; and (3) the relationship between the principal's leadership style and teacher work motivation combined on teacher performance. This is a quantitative study using the partial correlation approach. This study was carried out in the State Vocational High School in Banyuasin III District, with 80 teachers serving as participants. Questionnaires and documents are used to collect data. Construction and content validity are used in the validity test. Cronbach's Alpha is used in the dependability test. The normality, homogeneity, and linearity tests were employed in the analytical precondition test, and the data were analyzed using descriptive and inferential data analysis approaches. The findings revealed a partly and concurrently favorable and substantial association between the principal's leadership style and work motivation toward teacher performance.
Nani Hartaty, Happy Fitria, Achmad Wahidy
Journal of Social Work and Science Education, Volume 3, pp 144-153; https://doi.org/10.52690/jswse.v3i2.291

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The goal of this paper was to look at how the school literacy movement was being implemented in SMP Negeri 1 Talang Ubi. This research takes a qualitative method, including interview, observation, and documentation as tools. The gathered data were then examined using Miles and Huberman's hypothesis. According to the study's findings, the preparation for the implementation of the School Literacy Movement at SMP Negeri 1 Talang Ubi was adequate in terms of building preparation, library administration, and the acquisition of reading books. However, school residents' preparation and public participation have not been emphasized. As a result, the education office must play a more active role in socialization and counseling.
Zaleha Zaleha, Happy Fitria, Achmad Wahidy
Journal of Social Work and Science Education, Volume 3, pp 106-113; https://doi.org/10.52690/jswse.v3i2.278

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The purpose of this research is to identify and characterize the influence of teacher professionalism in increasing learning quality at SMP Negeri 2 Tanjung Lago in Banyuasin Regency. This is a qualitative research method using a descriptive approach. The following data gathering methods were used: (1) observation; (2) interviews; and (3) documentation. Techniques for analyzing research data include (1) data reduction, (2) data presentation, and (3) data verification/conclusion. According to the study's findings, the role of teacher professionalism in improving the quality of learning at SMP Negeri 2 Tanjung Lago, Banyuasin Regency can be described as active, with teachers planning ahead of time in preparing lesson plans, carrying out learning in accordance with the established curriculum, and referring to the Minister Regulation, where the educational process leads to a character approach using a contextual approach. Furthermore, every mid-semester, every semester, the instructor reviews the learning outcomes.
Firzayuni Kurniati, Happy Fitria, Achmad Wahidy
Journal of Social Work and Science Education, Volume 3, pp 97-105; https://doi.org/10.52690/jswse.v3i2.277

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The goal of this study was to evaluate and analyze: (1) the effectiveness of teachers in increasing the quality of learning at MTs Darussalam Lahat; (2) the barriers encountered by teachers; and (3) the approach applied. This is a qualitative research method using a descriptive approach. The following data gathering methods were used: (1) observation; (2) interviews; and (3) documentation. Techniques for analyzing research data include (1) data reduction; (2) data presentation; and (3) data verification/conclusion. According to the findings of the study, (1) teachers are capable of planning classes, carrying out learning, evaluating learning, following up on the learning outcomes supplied, and providing advice and counseling; (2) due to restricted facilities, not all instructors can participate in activities such as training, MGMP, and seminars. (3) the technique adopted by teaching teachers to improve the quality of learning at MTs Darussalam Lahat is to seek infrastructure that is not already present in schools, such as multiplying books as learning medium to fulfill the learning demands of students.
Rina El Maza Rina El Maza, Yuyun Yunarti Yuyun Yunarti, Nazeri Nazeri, Rahmat Hidayat Rahmat Hidayat
Journal of Social Work and Science Education, Volume 3, pp 154-167; https://doi.org/10.52690/jswse.v3i2.290

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The analysis of this study aims to provide an objective description and suggest to be able to strengthen and optimize related to the regulation of financial institutions or Islamic banking. In this case, the researcher uses a normative juridical method whose research refers to the rules or regulations of law as reference data which is analyzed with a qualitative description pattern. And the result is that this research illustrates that legal regulations play a role in the development, empowerment and establishment of the regulation of Islamic economic or financial institutions. The implication of study is the creation of progress and synchronization or correlation between financial institutions or Islamic banking in Indonesia. The harmony of regulations and the harmony of legal regulations must have an impact on public trust and have an impact on improving service facilities, protection for the community or customers, economic actors and even Islamic financial institutions themselves.
Nurzila Nurzila, Muntholib Muntholib, Muhamad Padli Muhamad Padli, Badarusyamsi Badarusyamsi
Journal of Social Work and Science Education, Volume 3, pp 132-143; https://doi.org/10.52690/jswse.v3i2.286

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The purpose of this research is to ascertain the role of principal supervision in motivating the performance of Madrasah Aliyah Negeri (MAN) 2 Tebo teachers in Jambi Province. This study employs a descriptive qualitative method with a case study approach, as well as data collection techniques such as observation, interviews, and documentation. The research is being conducted at MAN 2 Tebo in Jambi Province. The subjects of the study included the madrasah principal, deputy head, teaching staff, education staff, and students. The findings revealed that implementing principal supervision in stages, such as planning, implementation, and evaluation (reflection and self-assessment), had a positive impact on the motivation and performance of MAN teachers in Jambi Province. The research recommends that the Ministry of Religion of the Republic of Indonesia improve and even out its mapping in implementing the Education and Training program to improve the supervisory competence of madrasah principals at the Madrasah Aliyah level, so that improving the quality of education is evenly distributed throughout Madrasah in Indonesia.
Darmirah Darmirah
Journal of Social Work and Science Education, Volume 3, pp 114-121; https://doi.org/10.52690/jswse.v3i2.280

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This study assesses the application of online learning in basic education at MIN 2 Palembang City using CIPP Model. This study employs a qualitative approach. Data reduction, data display, and making conclusions were used in the data analysis. The results found that the school environment is good, but the computer laboratory is non-existent due to restricted space. The examined aspect's input component is human resources, specifically students and instructors who support the adoption of online learning despite several barriers, including students' lack of psychological readiness for online learning and the lack of a computer laboratory. In the process component, it was determined that the implementation of learning was ineffective due to several hurdles such as internet network disruptions, device limits, quotas, economic situations, busy parents, and some subjects that were difficult to study online. The product component examines the learning outcomes in the form of leger. During the covid epidemic, assessment is less objective than in traditional learning.
Leni Mardiah, Nur Ahyani, Mahasir Mahasir
Journal of Social Work and Science Education, Volume 3, pp 86-96; https://doi.org/10.52690/jswse.v3i2.275

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The purpose of this study is to evaluate and analyze: (1) the impact of clinical supervision on teacher performance; (2) the impact of principal leadership on teacher performance; and (3) the impact of clinical supervision and principal leadership combined on teacher performance. This is a quantitative study utilizing an ex post facto technique. This study was carried out at SMA Sub Rayon 18 Palembang, with a population of 265 teachers, and 159 persons were chosen at random as samples. Questionnaires are used to collect data. The validity test employs construction and content validity, and the reliability test use Cronbach's Alpha. The normality, linearity, multicollinearity, and hesteroscedasticity tests were used to examine the test criteria, and the data were analyzed using multiple linear regression approaches. The findings revealed that clinical supervision and principal leadership had a good and substantial influence on teacher performance.
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