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Journal of Education and Learning
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Journal of Education and Learning (EduLearn) ISSN: 2089-9823, e-ISSN 2302-9277 is a multi-disciplinary, peer-refereed open-access international journal which has been established for the dissemination of state-of-the-art knowledge in the field of education, teaching, development, instruction, educational projects and innovations, learning methodologies and new technologies in education and learning.
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Nonformal Education in Improving Quality of Life of Underprivileged Children Rahman, Kh. Atikur; Mamun, Abdullah Al
Journal of Education and Learning Vol 7, No 1: February 2013
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This study explores the role of NFPE in improving the quality of the life of underprivileged children in Bangladesh considering their economic, health, environmental issues and life skills. It uses a mixed method approach of research where three NGOs which run NFPE programs were selected purposefully. Data were derived from six NGO officers, nine teachers, ninety students and eighteen guardians by using two sets of questionnaires for NGO officers and teachers, an interview schedule for guardians and 9 focus group discussions with the students. The findings show that there is no income generating program initiated by the organizations for the learners along with education. So, the scope of their income has reduced. But their daily life behavior and skills have improved. Besides, their awareness on health and environmental issues have increased. The findings lead to some recommendations which will give insights to policy makers and professionals engaged in this field.
A Survey of User-Centered System Design for Supporting Online Collaborative Writing Handayani, Nani Sri
Journal of Education and Learning Vol 7, No 3: August 2013
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Collaborative Writing (CW) is a new emerging issue in education that must be addressed interdisciplinary. Nowadays there are a lot soft ware that can be use to support and enhance the collaboration in group writing. This paper presents the discussion about the recent user centre system design for supporting collaborative writing. Based on the taxonomy and collaborative writing and the problems appear in collaborative writing, we will proposed the required design of the User-Centered System Design (UCSD) for CW software. The last part of this paper will be dedicated to examine the recent available CW soft wares based on the required designed proposed
Pioneering of Schools with International Standard to Respond the Globalization Ipnugraha, Ipnugraha
Journal of Education and Learning Vol 7, No 3: August 2013
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In order to meet respond the challenges of globalization Indonesia Government held a Pioneering of Schools with International Standard (RSBI). As an international standard schools pilot, these schools prepared gradually through the guidance by government and stakeholders. Within a certain period of four years it is expected that the schools is able to fulfill and meet the criteria of Schools with International Standard (SBI). Actually, in it’s implementation, RSBI faces many challenges, among others, were expensive anda require modern infrastructure, require a qualified teacher, SBI criteria and English implementation in education not yet possessed constitutional base. With RSBI it will form a national school with national education standards that have international quality and its graduates are able to compete internationally
E-Learning to Improve Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) of Students Yaniawati, R. Poppy
Journal of Education and Learning Vol 7, No 2: May 2013
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The role of technology integration on modern learning is essential to optimize the acceleration process in Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS). This research describes how to implement e-learning to improve HOTS of students and students’ attitude toward e-learning of mathematics, pre- learning students knowledge, duration of login in website, and correlation of variables with HOTS. There is a significant correlation between pre-learning knowledge and students’ HOTS, but there is no significant correlation between students’ HOTS and students’ attitude toward e-learning of mathematics. There is a significant correlation between login duration and students attitude toward e-learning of mathematics. No significant correlation is found between login duration and students’ HOTS.
Teaching Competencies of Students Practice Teaching at Elementary Schools and Kindergartens Fatimah, Nur
Journal of Education and Learning Vol 6, No 3: August 2012
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The objective of this study is to describe the teaching competencies of English Education students practising at elementary schools and kindergartens based on the teacher supervisors’ view. The teaching competencies include the students’ competence on writing the lesson plan and their competence on practice teaching. To reach the objectives of the study, the researcher collected the data by distributing a questionnaire to the supervisors at schools. There were 41 schools consisting of TK ABA, SD Muhammadiyah, SD Negeri located in Yogyakarta (24), Sleman (1) and Bantul (16). The questionnaire used was based on the official assessment form published by Indonesian government for teacher’s certification. It contains some indicators of teaching competence, it uses Likert scales ranging from 1 to 5. The criteria are as follows: 1 = very poor, 2 = poor, 3 = rather poor, 4 = good, and 5 = excellent. The data were taken from proportionally random sampling of the supervisors. From the total number of 103 teacher supervisors, the researcher distributed 61 questionnaires. The supervisors represented the ones from different educational backgrounds. The findings show the following results. The competence of English Education students in composing the lesson plan, according to the teacher supervisors, is classified good (actual mean = 3.858, SD = 0.685, ideal mean = 3, ideal SD = 0.750). Further, their competence on practice teaching is also good (actual mean = 3.867, SD = 0.688, ideal mean = 3, ideal SD = 0.966). The two aspects of composing the lesson plan to improve are teaching material organization and the completeness of assessment instrument. The other two aspects to improve in teaching practice are contextual teaching and learning and class management.
Character Education and Students Social Behavior A. Kamaruddin, Syamsu
Journal of Education and Learning Vol 6, No 4: November 2012
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In an educational environment, in the form of character education program has been done both formally and informally. It´s intended as one of the supporting ideas for follow-up in the form of design activities. Character education should basically refers to the vision and mission of the institution concerned. It shows the orientation of the two things in the character of the students are: aspects of human character and individual learners hallmark institution. In this paper, these two aspects is the author trying to ideas by referring to some other writings. The end result, the authors expect the birth of a design patent as early referral to spearhead a character development program learners.
Perceptions on Multimedia technology by College of Education Teachers Muthu, Nachi; Kumari, Vijaya
Journal of Education and Learning Vol 6, No 3: August 2012
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Multimedia means, combination of text, audio, still images, animation, video and interactivity content forms delivered electronically. e-learning is a process and e-content is a product. The objectives of the study are to find out the significant relationship between the college of education teachers’ perception towards multimedia technology on the basis of gender wise, locality wise, maritial wise, subject wise, technical skill wise, experience wise and possessing degree wise. Evaluation of Multimedia Perception scale (EMPS) developed by the investigator with a relaibility of 0.89 and it collected 350 teachers from Tamil Nadu State of Indian Context. From the analysis, there is no significant differences between the perceptions of multimedia technology in terms of gender, locality and maritial status. The same perception was rejected on the basis of  subject, technical skills, higher degree level and their experiences. The quality of learning depends not only on the form of how the process is carried out but also on what content is taught and how the content is presented.
Agricultural Education for Sustainable Rural Development in Developing Countries – Challenges and Policy Options Seetharam Chittoor, Jhansi
Journal of Education and Learning Vol 6, No 2: May 2012
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Governments all over the world have focused upon sustainable rural development in an organized way. Rural locations, in particular, need more economic development in order to match urban centric development. Poverty in rural areas has remained by and large, the main focal point of governments and development agencies. Sustainable rural development is the most effective way to eliminate this curse. Environment friendly growth stimulators have been provided to rural populations. This paper aims to: (a) give an insight into the linkages between the agricultural education and sustainable rural development, and (b) present strategies for sustainable rural development. Challenges in sustainable rural development for developing countries in the 21st century have also been looked into. The paper concludes that agricultural education institutions in developing countries will need to address not only immediate production needs, but also long-term food security, sustainable agriculture and rural development needs.
Implementasi Metode Studio-Based Learning dalam Pengelolaan dan Prosedur Pembelajaran Studio Perancangan Arsitektur Rijal, Muhammad; Aldy, Pedia
Journal of Education and Learning Vol 6, No 1: February 2012
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Learning Model studio known as Studio - Based Learning (SBL) has the main features hands-on or first hand experience or learning by doing. Ideally, most of the SBL activities, either individually or in groups, conducted in a studio which was accompanied by a number of teachers / assistants. Student’s evaluation efficiently when using the method of correlational research conducted with data collection and analysis of questionnaire data with the statistics. Questions in the questionnaire were arranged by following structure: the ability of professors, lecturer’s attitudes, organization of the studio system, the ability of students, and student attitudes. Penelitian Tindakan Kelas (PTK) was conducted on students of Architectural Engineering, Faculty of Engineering UR S1 are taking courses in Architectural Design Studio 2010/2011 academic year, are 22 students. Four cycles of study procedures are planning, action, observation and reflection. Quantitive analysis was used to data analysis. The result of the research was the assessment of knowledge of the supervisor, supervisor attitudes, and the studio administration systems are good category. 
Constraints and Improvement: A case Study of the Indonesia’s International Standard School in Improving its Capacity Building Sumintono, Bambang; Said, Hamdan; Mislan, Nora
Journal of Education and Learning Vol 6, No 1: February 2012
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Improving school capacity building becomes one of the major themes in the educational effectiveness research. This paper investigates implementation of the International Standard School (SBI) policy in Indonesia which as an effort of school capacity building improvement in the country. Using framework that is developed by King and Newman (2001), several dimensions of capacity building with relation to knowledge, skill and disposition of individual staff, and professional learning community in a secondary school that is located in a small city in West Java, Indonesia involved in the program is analysed. It is found that policy structure of Indonesia’s SBI has not been adequately designed and developed to gear the school towards significant direction in terms of improving its capacity building. Teachers have difficulties to reach ‘international requirements’ such as communicating in English in teaching, program to improve the language fluency also not worked properly. School was not utilizing capacity to increase professional learning community between teachers, but rely on usual program.

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