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International Journal of Pedagogy and Teacher Education
ISSN : 25977792     EISSN : 25498525     DOI : -
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International Journal of Pedagogy and Teacher Education is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal emphasizes on the method and practice of teaching, especially as an academic subject or theoretical concept. The journal is published by the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Surakarta Indonesia bi-annually on April and October (ISSN: 2597-7792 (Print)/2549-8525 (Online)). It is available on print and online.
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An Ethnographic Qualitative Study On The Malaysian Preschool And Special Needs Children’s Home And School Reading Habits Kamarudin, Diyana; Hussain, Yasmin; Applegate, Brooks; Mohd Yasin, Mohd Hanafi
International Journal of Pedagogy and Teacher Education Vol 2, No 1 (2018): International Journal of Pedagogy and Teacher Education (IJPTE)
Publisher : Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (61.308 KB) | DOI: 10.20961/ijpte.v2i1.19902

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This research is a qualitative research, exploring the reasons behind why the level of literacy in Malaysian students are quite low.  The research delved into identifying ways to implement reading habits to preschool and special education children. The purpose which guides this research is that according to thestaronline.com on August 18th 2012, an online version of The Star newspaper from Malaysia, the average Malaysian only reads 2 books per year in 1996. This has made the Department of Higher Education worry about the level of proficiency in Malaysian students. This is a qualitative research utilizing open ended questionnaires and interviews as the main form of data collection. Parents were asked to document their open ended questionnaire and participate in an interview session in regards to their home reading habits with their children. In descending order, the themes found most important were implemented into school curriculum, parents should play a bigger role in children’s reading habits and early exposure. Results also indicated that parents in Malaysia do face problems when trying to implement reading culture into their daily lives.
Pre-Service Science Teachers' Perception About High Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) in the 21st Century Afandi, Afandi; Sajidan, Sajidan; Akhyar, Muhammad; Suryani, Nunuk
International Journal of Pedagogy and Teacher Education Vol 2, No 1 (2018): International Journal of Pedagogy and Teacher Education (IJPTE)
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In the 21st century, the pre-service science teachers faced on extremely global competitiveness, globalization, technologically driven by information and rapidly media-saturated that needs appropriate skills to meet these challenges. The aims of this study is to identify pre-service science teacher perception about high order thinking skills (HOTs) in 21st century. This study employed quantitative design using a survey research method involved 120 pre-service science teachers from Tanjungpura University. The results of this study indicated that prospective science teachers have an awareness of the importance of HOTs and their also knowing that the learning do emphasized on the aspects of HOTs is essential to face the challenges of the 21st century. It is indicated by the mean score of pre-service science teacher perception about the important of HOTs to meet the challenges in the 21st century (M = 4.29, SD = 0.61) and the skills of HOT that their will be required to becomes a teacher in the 21st century (M = 4.31; SD = 0.47) in the high level.  This result provides the reasons why we need cultivating a positive awareness of the importance of HOTs in order to fostering the need for teaching that emphasizes the aspects of HOTs during pre-service education.
Children’s School Readiness: Teachers’ and Parents’ Perceptions Rahmawati, Anayanti; Tairas, Mareyke Maritje Wagey; Nawangsari, Nur Ainy Fardana
International Journal of Pedagogy and Teacher Education Vol 2, No 1 (2018): International Journal of Pedagogy and Teacher Education (IJPTE)
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ABSTRACT The initial period of adjustment is something to be concerned about since it serves as a period, allowing to lay foundation for education which will contribute to children’s future academic life. It is not an easy period for children due to several school demands and expectations which should be fulfilled by children. To deal with this, children’s school readiness to attend their primary school is required. This qualitative research seeks to find out factors influencing children’s readiness to attend a primary school. The subjects of the research involved teachers and parents of children who planned to apply for admission into primary schools. The research results indicate that both teachers and parents of children shared the same perceptions regarding factors influencing the school readiness: cognitive and noncognitive factors. The former which involve reading, writing, and calculating skills are regarded significant since such skills are used as admission prerequisites for primary level in certain schools. Similarly, the latter are supposed to be important since they support children to successfully adjust to their primary school. Keywords: school readiness; primary school; children
Perception of Physical Education Teachers on Adaptive Physical Education In Inclusive School Prakosha, Donni; Kristiyanto, Agus; Gunarhadi, Gunarhadi; Salim, Abdul; Sunardi, Sunardi
International Journal of Pedagogy and Teacher Education Vol 2, No 1 (2018): International Journal of Pedagogy and Teacher Education (IJPTE)
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Physical education is an important thing to teach in an effort to maintain health. In the term of special education, adaptive physical education is very necessary in teaching physical education for students with special needs. The main purpose of this study is to determine the perceptions of teachers, especially special teachers, on adaptive physical education in inclusive schools. This study is a descriptive quantitative research involving 15 teachers in Surakarta. Data was collected using questionnaires using 4 Likert scale.The results showed that teachers’ perception on the purpose of adaptive physical education was high for 70%. Meanwhile, teachers’ perception on the implementation of physical adaptive education was high for 62%. However, teachers’ perception on the adaptive physical education materials was moderate for 56%. Also for the assessment in adaptive physical education, teachers’ perception was moderate for 58%. In terms of the physical adaptive education tools, teachers’ perception was high for 81%. The result of this research can be used to develop the nature of adaptive physical education itself, especially in inclusive school. By knowing the teachers’ perceptions on adaptive physical education, some parties can determine which parts are lack and need to be developed, especially in adaptive physical education Keywords: Perception of teachers, adaptive physical education
A TEACHER’S BELIEFS ON THE INTEGRATION OF VIDEO TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING SPEAKING: A CASE STUDY Fauzi, Adin; Damayanti, Desy; Ilahi, Takdir
International Journal of Pedagogy and Teacher Education Vol 1, No 1 (2017): International Journal of Pedagogy and Teacher Education (IJPTE)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/ijpte.v1i1.4914

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This study investigates the teacher’s beliefs on video technology integration in ELT. A case study was employed as the research design to produce an in-depth description of video technology integration that is rich and holistic. An English teacher was purposefully selected as the research subject of the study. The results of the study indicate that the teacher’s beliefs about English, teaching and learning, and video technology are strongly connected with teaching practices. Moreover, the findings show that there is no any discrepancy between beliefs and practices. This study attempts to contribute to the literature on the study of the teachers’ beliefs that underlie teaching practices. Teachers should understand their own beliefs to promote effective teaching practices.Except where otherwise noted, content on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
The Potential of Outing Class Acitivities to Enhance Environmental Awareness for Elementary School Pre-Services Teacher Patonah, Siti; Rahardjo, Sentot Budi; Cari, Cari; Sajidan, Sajidan
International Journal of Pedagogy and Teacher Education Vol 2 (2018): IJPTE Focus Issue January 2018
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Environmental damage in various places requires concrete steps to be resolved. The purpose of this research is to make environmental awareness work for Elementary School Pre-services Teacher through outing class activities. Post-test only group design is used as a method of this research. The instruments used are environmental awareness questionnaire where adapted. There are 71 elementary pre-service teacher  (60 male and 11 female) who fill in questioner. Students devide into 2 groups: experiment group and control group. Data analysis is an independent sample test using SPSS vol. 22. Experiment group, learning is done by outing class while the control group is done in the classroom. Obtained significance of 0.029 < 0.05, indicating that there is a difference between the experimental group and the control group. Outing class has an effect on environmental awareness to elementary school pre service teacher. An in-depth study is required to modify outing class activities in enhancing environmental awareness.
The Influence of Learning Management Technology to Student’s Learning Outcome Adi Sucipto, Taufiq Lilo; Efendi, Agus; Hanif, Husni Nadya; Budiyanto, Cucuk
International Journal of Pedagogy and Teacher Education Vol 1, No 1 (2017): International Journal of Pedagogy and Teacher Education (IJPTE)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/ijpte.v1i1.4606

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The study examines the influence of learning management systems to the implementation of flipped classroom model in a vocational school in Indonesia. The flipped classroom is a relatively new educational model that inverts students’ time to study on lectures and time spent on homework. Despite studies have been conducted on the model, few addressed the impact of the use of a learning management system to the performance of students involved in such learning model particularly within Indonesian educational systems context. A quasi-experiment approach was applied to an experiment class and another control class. Upon the analysis, the results emphasized previously held research outcomes. The use of Edmodo learning management systems enhances students’ performance in the experiment class, relative to those of the control class.  Except where otherwise noted, content on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
A cross-cultural and Intercultural of Indirectness Speech Act: The Use of Interference Local Language in Academic Discourse at Central of Sulawesi Kasim, Fatma; Sumarlam, Sumarlam; Suwandi, Sarwiji; Rakhmawati, Ani
International Journal of Pedagogy and Teacher Education Vol 1, No 2 (2017): International Journal of Pedagogy and Teacher Education (IJPTE)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/ijpte.v1i2.14534

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Cross-cultural and intercultural communication is a cross-ethnic communication that naturally arises in a social context with different religious, social, ethnic, and linguistic backgrounds. In this case, it is learned how people with different cultural backgrounds interact with each other using their language. One form of communication can be seen from the use of speech acts and the form of interference from the communicant language. This paper aims to describe how the use of Malay Manado local language interference in academic discourse at Alkhairaat Palu University of Central Sulawesi. The method employed to prepare this research is descriptive qualitative method. The data were collected throught observation, recording, and interview. Systematically analyzed by using the descriptive qualitative model of interactive. The results of this study concludes that the Malay Manado local language used in acting speech to ethnic Kaili and Makassar as linguistic features between students. In the speech acts are also colored the use of Manado language interference seen vowel changing / e / and / i /, vowel removal/ e /, and consonant removal / s /, / t /, and / k /. This language varies as a result of cross-cultural and intercultural communication within the academic community in accordance with its social context. Keywords: Cross-cultural, intercultural, speech acts, interference of local language, academic discourse.  
Improving Observing Skills of High School Students through Guided Inquiry Model Sahnaz, Shafila; Harlita, Harlita; Ramli, Murni
International Journal of Pedagogy and Teacher Education Vol 2, No 1 (2018): International Journal of Pedagogy and Teacher Education (IJPTE)
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   Observation skill is one of the fundamental science process skills should mastered by students in the primary level. In fact, due to the lack of experiences of observation, high school students in the observed class showed the low level of observations skills. This study was three cycles-collaborative action research aims to improve the observation skills of high school students in biology through the implementation of guided inquiry learning integrated with a series of observation activities. The participants were 30 students of grade 11 of one public high school in Karanganyar, Indonesia. Six indicators of observation skills were used to assess the performance of students. In the pre-cycle stage, students showed relatively moderate performance on two aspects, e.g., identifying the differences and similarities of objects (45.83), and using of multiple senses to observe (45.83). But, they performed low in uses the apparatus correctly (4.17). On the skills of classifying the differences or the similarities, they scored 25, and for collecting relevant data they got 29.17 in average. After three iterative cycles, all indicators have increased significantly.  
Developing Grades 1-6 Teachers’ English Communication Skills and English Teaching Techniques Using Training and Coaching in Lop Buri Thailand Kongsoongnoen, Kanya; Watcharapanyawong, Somchai
International Journal of Pedagogy and Teacher Education Vol 1, No 2 (2017): International Journal of Pedagogy and Teacher Education (IJPTE)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/ijpte.v1i2.15028

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The purposes of this research were (1) to develop English for communication skills for grades 1-6 teachers, 2) to develop the teachers’ English teaching skills, and (3) to increase the students’ English Achievement.  The participants were 15 teachers with no degree in English from 14 small size primary schools in Lop Buri province Thailand. The 30 hour English communication and 30 hour English teaching training were provided to the teachers. School visits with Coaching approach were applied for supporting their teaching at schools as well as teaching materials the teachers needed. A questionnaire comprising both open and closed-ended questions was used to evaluate the teachers’ teaching. The interview questions and the teachers’ reflection form were conducted for collecting their perception on the project, percentage and mean were applied to analyze quantitative data whereas content analysis was conducted for qualitative data.The findings showed that the teachers’ English for communication skills and English teaching skills were increased. The teachers’ English communication skills and their teaching skills were higher than before whereas their teaching application was at a medium level. Fifty percent of the teachers’ teaching skills were at a high level while 20% barely applied their teaching experience they received from the training and coaches. One hundred percent of the teachers agreed that the project was the most useful for them and many highlighted that they’d immensely learned teaching techniques and just realized that they could make their English class interesting for the students because they felt confident after the training. However, a few teachers had no chance to teach English because their schools had someone qualified to teach instead.