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International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education (IJERE)
ISSN : 22528822     EISSN : 26205440     DOI : -
Core Subject : Education,
The International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education (IJERE) is an interdisciplinary publication of original research and writing on education which publishes papers to international audiences of educational researchers. The IJERE aims to provide a forum for scholarly understanding of the field of education and plays an important role in promoting the process that accumulated knowledge, values, and skills are transmitted from one generation to another; and to make methods and contents of evaluation and research in education available to teachers, administrators and research workers. The journal encompasses a variety of topics, including child development, curriculum, reading comprehension, philosophies of education and educational approaches, etc.
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COMPETENCE-DRIVEN ENGINEERING EDUCATION: A CASE FOR T-SHAPED ENGINEERS AND TEACHERS Babatope A, Alabadan; Samuel, Taiwo M.; Ajewole, Philip I.; Anyanwu, Oluwakemi M.
International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education (IJERE) Vol 9, No 1: March 2020
Publisher : Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11591/ijere.v9i1.20274

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The demand for engineering education and graduates is increasing daily because the current service and technological designs are unable to meet the needs of the society and the expected dramatic increase in the future. The emerging skill gap requires a shift in the type of expertise required of young professionals that will be needed to successfully lead organizations in the new economy. Researchers have identified various ?shapes? for the engineering professionals to make them relevant to the 21st century challenge, especially in the industry where their expertise is much needed. T-shaped professionals have skills that make them to be more preferred among others. The purpose of this paper is to present the need to upgrade engineering education curriculum to produce more T-shaped graduate engineers required in the changing industrial world. The potential benefits of T-shaped professionals to organizational performance are quite significant; hence, the demand for T-shaped professionals in knowledge-intensive, service-oriented economies is increasing. Unfortunately, the challenges associated with creating more T-shaped professionals are also significant. National regulatory bodies for engineering education in Nigeria are beginning to move towards integrated curriculum to break down discipline silos and produce T-shaped graduate engineers for the fast-changing industrial world. Service Science Management and Engineering (SSME) is an emerging discipline with over 250 programmes in 50 nations seeking to create more T-shaped professionals.
AMéNAGEMENT DE L’ACQUISITION: DU TRILINGUISME FONCTIONNEL à LA PéDAGOGIE CONVERGENTE Takam, Alain
International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education (IJERE) Vol 2, No 2: June 2013
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Social bilingualism, unlike official bilingualism, is very common. In most countries, the official language/s and tens or hundreds of other languages coexist; many such unofficial languages facing extinction. What is noticeable is that when language planning does not follow the ecological approach, i.e., when it emphasizes the strengthening of a particular language rather than the ?structured diversity? of all the languages that make up a particular linguistic ecosystem, that can negatively impact the survival of minority languages. This study, which was carried out from the perspective of ecolinguistics, was aimed at promoting linguistic diversity through the protection of minority languages. It was essentially based on acquisition planning. The protection referred to here could be ensured, among other means, through the progressive acquisition of three or more languages in the education system. In Cameroon, a French ? English bilingual country, the minority official language and many local languages are taught in school with varying degrees of success. It was interesting to critically look at some teaching approaches of those languages with the objective of showing how it could be possible, for those whose first language is neither French nor English, to better learn French and/or English, through convergent pedagogy, an educative approach based on the development of bilingualism or multilingualism.DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11591/ijere.v2i2.2021
THE LEARNING SYNTAX THROUGH EDMODO IN THE BEGINNERS CLASS Sugito, Sugito; Susilowati, Sri Mulyani Endang; Hartono, Hartono; Supartono, Supartono
International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education (IJERE) Vol 6, No 4: December 2017
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Integrating ICT (Information and Communications Technology) in the learning process is a necessity for a teacher in welcoming the 21st century. Knowledge and modern technology require teachers to learn how to use the technology in their teaching. Edmodo application is a very useful technology product in the learning process. Successful use of Edmodo applications in learning is influenced by: (1) teacher factors that include education, length of teaching, age, gender, frequent training, openness of teachers in accessing information, teaching places (city or village), and participation in the organization teachers and pedagogic competencies of educators in delivering materials, (2) facilities and infrastructure factors: building, room, hardware, software, internet connection, infrastructure to school, and instruction on using Edmodo application (3) learner factors that include motivation, courage to explore using Edmodo, and frequency of use of Edmodo app.
JOB SATISFACTION AND PERFORMANCE OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS Wolomasi, Agustinus Kia; Asaloei, Sandra Ingried; Werang, Basilius Redan
International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education (IJERE) Vol 8, No 4: December 2019
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Given the high demands of contemporary community on the development of the youth, teachers? job performance both inside and outside the classroom is of crucial for all partake parties, including school leaders, parents, education policymakers, and community at large. This study was meant to describe job satisfaction of elementary school teachers of Boven Digoel district, Papua, and how it predicts their job performance. To do so, we applied a survey research. Two survey questionnaire were self-administered to 352 teacher-respondent which were incidentally drawn from amongst 412 elementary school teachers of Boven Digoel district, Papua. Derived data were examined statistically using simple linear regression analysis method by utilizing Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) version 21. Result of data analysis showed that job performance of elementary school teachers of Boben Digoel district is significant positively predicted by their job satisfaction. Finding of this study may be imperative for the school management and education administrator at the regional authority to make paramount efforts of creating valuable plans for enhancing teacher?s satisfaction in order to promote a better job performance of elementary school teachers of Boven Digoel district, Papua.
UNIVERSITY BELONGINGNESS SCALE: MEASUREMENT AND CONSTRUCT VERIFICATION IN INDONESIAN LANGUAGE Safaria, Triantoro
International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education (IJERE) Vol 2, No 1: March 2013
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Sense of  belonging is the extent to which  person feels attached, related and belong in organization system. If, a person feels accepted,   comfortable, congruence and get recognition from an organization, this condition will motivate the person to share positive contribution to their organization. The problem with Ahmad Dahlan University is a low student sense of belonging to their university.  This condition will cause negative effects for university in the future, with increasing several students? negative behaviors such as apathy, unresponsiveness, until higher students drop out.  It is needed to evaluate and understand the student?s sense of belongings to their university, in order to take preventive action related to a low sense of belongings of students. The aim of this study is to create and develop a sense of belongingness measurement for Ahmad Dahlan University Belongingness Scale (ADUBS), that it will be used to evaluate how high the student sense of belonging to their university. The result of exploratory factor analysis (EFA) showed two dimensions the sense of belongingness constructs that represent the sense of belongings of student to their university namely University belongings and Community belongings. The next result from confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) using structural equation modeling (SEM) confirms that measurement model of ADUBs was fitted with empirical data (Chi-square = 39.054, with p > .001, degree of freedom = 36,  CMIN = 1.085,  RMSEA =. 022, NFI = .918, TLI = .989, GFI= .961, and CFI= .993.DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11591/ijere.v2i1.1667
ONLINE RESOURCES IN MEMS TECHNOLOGY FOR PROFESSIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT W. Pleil, Matthias; Massiha, G.H.
International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education (IJERE) Vol 3, No 1: March 2014
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Over the last twenty years, the National Science Foundation (NSF) through its Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program has funded many ATE centers across the United State of America to advance the technician level work force in the Country. One of these centers is the Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME) located at the University of New Mexico. The SCME offers educational materials and professional development at no cost.  These materials and professional development opportunities include sponsored conferences, downloadable written materials for instructors and students, YouTube channels providing lectures, animations and videos, hands-on kits for the classroom, micro and nano films, webinars, online distance learning courses and mentoring opportunities for educators.DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11591/ijere.v3i1.5841
POWER OF SENTENCES IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSES Ghaffarzadeh Hassankiadeh, Mozhgan Alsadat
International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education (IJERE) Vol 2, No 2: June 2013
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Memorizing and rote learning are the simplest ways to get mark, but they won't help learners to use what they have memorized. In fact, learners will carry out a huge amount of knowledge but they can't apply them. In this study a powerful and important tool is introduced to solve the problem in Iranian classes. And it is utilizing sentences. In this article, a flowchart of sentence plan, which was constructed to aid learners in applying what they have learned, was included. The study highlights the importance of sentences in learning a language and introduces playing as an effective procedure to assist learners in learning how to construct correct sentences.DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11591/ijere.v2i2.1668
TEACHER AND STUDENT INTERACTIONS AND CHARACTERISTICS FROM CRITICAL THEORISTS SCHOOL Salehi, Akbar
International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education (IJERE) Vol 8, No 2: June 2019
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In recent years, critical thinkers have done serious discussions in education and other fields in our lives like social, cultural, political and economical. This paper is going to consider some of the critical thinkers? theories in order to clarify teacher and student interactions in education. The research is a type of fundamental and qualitative study which frames teacher and student interactions by means of a descriptive ? analytical method. Accordingly, we introduce critical teacher as a teacher who includes specific characteristics like emancipation, critical nature and openness. Therefore mentioned teacher attends the role of culture in human life and he resists reproduced by the regime. He is someone who provides the way for public hearing; in addition, he teaches his students how to resist domination. On the other side, a student in this school will not be dominated by the regime by means of its essential tools as probe and questioning. A student has been taught to hear everyone regardless of race, religion and social class. Finally, this paper proposes applying these ideas for educational systems informal and operational ways.
A STUDY ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF COPING WITH TEST ANXIETY PROGRAM BASED ON COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL APPROACH Türk, Fulya; Katmer, Ay?e Nur
International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education (IJERE) Vol 8, No 4: December 2019
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The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of the program for coping with test anxiety based on the cognitive-behavioral approach on the levels of test anxiety, irrational thoughts, coping levels and academic self-efficacy perceptions of adolescents in the 8th grade. The study was performed as a semi-experimental study based on pre-test and post-test model with an experimental group and a control group. There were 32 students studying in the 8th grade in Kilis during the 2018-2019 school year participated in the study. While a seven-session Coping with Test Anxiety program based on Cognitive-Behavioral approach was applied to the students in the experimental group, no study was conducted with the control group. The Mann-Whitney U Test, Friedman Test, and Wilcoxon Signed-Rank Test were used in the analyses of data obtained from the study. According to study results, it can be said that the program for coping with test anxiety based on the cognitive-behavioral approach was significantly effective in the levels of test anxiety, irrational beliefs and active and avoidant coping levels of the adolescents while it was not effective in academic self-efficacy perceptions and negative avoidant coping levels.
THE IMPACT OF PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT AND EDUCATION ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Avnet, Miranda; Makara, David; Larwin, Karen H; Erickson, Matthew
International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education (IJERE) Vol 8, No 3: September 2019
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The academic achievement of students in schools is subject to a variety of factors, many of which are beyond the control of the student. Factors such as parental involvement, parental level of education, and disability all influence the academic achievement and learning of students. The study analyzed nation-wide survey data on students in elementary school and investigates the relationship between student achievement and multiple variables. The variables were parental involvement, and the existence of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or other disability. Results indicated that students, both ASD and typically developing, have lower parent involvement if they are successful in school.

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