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Performance of Distance Learning Compared with Face to Face Learning Wakil, Karzan; Abdulfaraj, Aram; Sadula, Abbas; Tofiq, Dashne; Nawzad, Lezan
Journal of Educational Science and Technology (EST) Volume 5 Number 1 April 2019
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Makassar

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1022.414 KB) | DOI: 10.26858/est.v5i1.7952

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This study aims to addresses the gap between the philosophy of distance learning and FTF learning among primary schools. Additionally, this research also aims to compare the student learning outcomes using distance and face-to-face (FTF) in statistics courses. To test the validity of the outcomes, we select three schools in Sulaimani city/ Iraq. The population of the research was selected in the seventh and tenth graders, two groups for each grade were determined for the research.  For the FTF teaching method, direct lectures in the computer lab were presented to the students. While, for the distance learning method, the online course was introduced to via Skype. At the end of each teaching course, a text exam was performed for both groups. The results showed that students passing rate in the exam using FTF was 91% and 83% in Sarchya and Kareem Zand basic school respectively compared to only 67% for online classes in both schools in seventh graders. While for tenth grades in Bakrajo Industrial High School the passing rate for FTF was 81% and for virtual class 60%. This result shows that the students who did not visit classroom performed poorer understanding rate compared to those who attended the class in FTF method
The Encouragement of Teacher’s Descriptive Notes in Student Report Card Mering, Aloysius; Astuti, Indri; Fadillah, Fadillah
Journal of Educational Science and Technology (EST) Volume 5 Number 1 April 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1012.428 KB) | DOI: 10.26858/est.v5i1.8029

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This study aimed to (a) describe aspects in descriptive notes that teachers do on student report cards, (b) describe the efforts of teachers in making descriptive notes on student report cards, and (c) examine the teacher's encouragement power in descriptive notes on report cards against students. The research information was obtained through survey method towards teachers, students, and parents in Gembala Baik Senior High School, SantunUntan Senior High School, and Senior high school in Sukadana, Kayong Utara district, in the form of questionnaire, interview, and documentation. From the result of the study it could be explained that teachers have written the aspects of knowledge, skills, and attitudes in student report cards balanced in the descriptive record, the teacher mentioned: the name of the student, behavior, things that need improvement, attitude, saying "congratulations", avoiding negative labels, and encouraging words. In addition, “Some teachers” let the application provided to make the descriptive notes. Moreover, only "a small part" of the teacher who was convinced that the notes have encouraged students actually. Therefore, the descriptive notes was “less effective”
Students’ Higher Order Thinking Skills in Environmental Learning: Develop Assessment Based on Green Consumerism Ichsan, Ilmi Zajuli; Sigit, Diana Vivanti; Miarsyah, Mieke
Journal of Educational Science and Technology (EST) Volume 5 Number 1 April 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1138.492 KB) | DOI: 10.26858/est.v5i1.7848

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21st-century learning emphasizes several important abilities, one of which is the ability of Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS). This ability can be possessed by students by familiarizing students with HOTS-based questions. The purpose of this study was to develop HOTS-based questions on environmental learning based on green consumerism. The research method used is research and development using Borg and Gall Model. The study was conducted in November 2018 at State Junior High School 1 South Tambun. The validation results show that the assessment on green consumerism-based environmental learning developed has a very valid category according to the experts, and is valid and reliable after measurement. This is because the questions developed are relevant to the current environmental conditions. The results of HOTS male students 44.98 and female students 46.61. The average score of Male and Female 45.79 are still relatively low and need to be improved. The conclusion is that the questions developed have a valid, reliable and appropriate category of use in the process of learning science in junior high school.
The Influence of Interest in Choosing the Mechanical Engineering Vocational Program in Vocational High Schools Juliana, Putri Wulan; Sukardi, Thomas
Journal of Educational Science and Technology (EST) Volume 5 Number 1 April 2019
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This research aimed to find out the influence of students’ interests in choosing the mechanical engineering vocational program. The research method used was descriptive quantitative. The population in this study were all Grade X students in Yogyakarta which total number were 180 respondents. The data collecting technique was using questionnaires which then was analyzed using descriptive analysis and regression. The results of this study were (1) Students’ interests in choosing mechanical engineering vocational program was high. (2) There was a positive and significant influence from students’ own understanding, family, school, and society towards students’ interests in choosing the mechanical engineering vocational program, (3) The four variables, together, have positive and significant influences towards vocational high school students’ interests in choosing the mechanical engineering vocational program in Yogyakarta..
The Use Of 3CM (Cool-Critical-Creative-Meaningful) Model In Blended Learning To Improve Creative Thinking Ability In Solving Mathematics Problem Wahyudi, Wahyudi; Waluya, Budi; Suyitno, Hardi; Isnarto, Isnarto
Journal of Educational Science and Technology (EST) Volume 5 Number 1 April 2019
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This study aims to describe and test the effectiveness of 3CM learning model with blended learning to improve students' creative thinking ability in solving mathematic problems. A pre experimental design with one group pre-test post-test design pattern was applied in this study. Creative thinking ability is measured by test technique and then in triangulation with observation and interview. Students were given a test, observed when solving the problem, and interviewed based on the answers given. To see the effectiveness of 3CM learning with blended learning done with paired T test with assisted with SPSS program then triangulated with observation and interview. Based on the test results, it obtained the average pre-test 60.51 and post-test 75.96. Result of paired T tests, test got sig value. (2-tailed) 0.000 means there was a significant difference between pre-test and post-test results. It indicated that 3CM learning with blended learning effectively improves students' creative thinking ability in solving problems. This happened because learning gives students the opportunity to think systematically by beginning by criticizing the interesting contextual problems and ending with meaningful reflection with adequate learning resources both when face-to-face and online.
Identification Attitudes of Learners on Physics Subjects Kurniawan, Dwi Agus; astalini, astalini; Perdana, Rahmat; Kurniawan, Wawan
Journal of Educational Science and Technology (EST) Volume 5 Number 1 April 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (22.457 KB) | DOI: 10.26858/est.v5i1.8231

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This study aims to determine the attitudes of students in physics learning at the State High School in Batanghari Regency. The type of research used is quantitative which uses a research design survey that is strengthened by the results of interviews to support the results of quantitative data. This study involved 926 students of the Batanghari State High School. The data used by researchers in the form of a questionnaire/questionnaire consisting of 54 item statements using a Likert scale 5. Quantitative data analysis using descriptive statistics. The results of this study the researchers get the results of Good and Good Enough with the following details: The Social Implications of Physics have a Good result, amounting to 51.3%. Attitudes in Physics Investigation have a sufficient result of 44.3%, Enjoyment Learning Physics has Enough results of 55.5%, Career Interest in Physics has Enough result of 45%. This is due to the attitude that is sufficient on the indicator. The adequate attitude of students is a balanced attitude in learning Physics Subjects because subjects are difficult to understand.
Relevance of Multimedia Expertise Competency in Vocational Schools toward the needs of Business/Industrial World Fakhrunnisaa, Nur; Munadi, Sudji
Journal of Educational Science and Technology (EST) Volume 5 Number 1 April 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (921.122 KB) | DOI: 10.26858/est.v5i1.6923

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This study aims to determine the relevance of vocational school curriculum with the needs of business/industrial world, based on competency profile in the structure of 2013 curriculum after revision. The method used is a survey with quantitative descriptive approach, and data analysis techniques use descriptive statistics. The findings of the study reveals that there are 13 basic competencies of competency profiles needed by the business/industrial world in printing graphic design subject; in 2D and 3D animation subject, there are 19 basic competencies needed; and on audio and video processing engineering subject, all of the basic competencies as many as 18 items are needed by the business /industrial world. In general, all the basic competencies of those three subjects, in terms of percentage, are in the very relevant category. This means that this 2013 curriculum after revision is truly needed and has been relevant to the world f work needs, so that if it’s applied in vocational schools, competency of the graduates of multimedia expertise competency already able to fulfill the competencies of the business/ industrial world
The Improvement of Accreditation through Evaluation on Management Standards in Madrasah Tsanawiyah Sukmawati, Sukmawati; Ujang, Yusak; Soeharto, Soeharto
Journal of Educational Science and Technology (EST) Volume 5 Number 1 April 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (983.055 KB) | DOI: 10.26858/est.v5i1.9260

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This research was a descriptive study and conducted at MTs Al-Anwar. The research process is carried out in several stages, namely: the preliminary stage, pre-field, fieldwork, research, analysis of data collected findings, data presentation, and research reports. Data collection techniques are interviews and observation with a tool to collect data on observation and documentation format. The results are obtained 1) The gap between expectations and reality on management standards; 2) Obstacles encountered in Madrasah Tsanawiyah Al-Anwar in implementing management standards, namely (a) The budget is not enough to carry out activities (RKAS) because the costs incurred are not in accordance with the plan; (b) There is no community assistance other than committee funds; (c) The number of education levels in one location has resulted in the development of madrasah tsanawiyah being hampered; (d) Adjacent to the Madrasah Tsanawiyah there are several schools around the place; 3) Efforts made by Madrasah to overcome obstacles through 1) Carry out activities in accordance with available funds; 2) The principle of openness to financial conditions to committees and teachers and staff; 3) There is BOS assistance and participating in the DNDMFN BOS, so that it can complement the needs of madrasah.
Development of Educational Games for The Introduction of Fruits and Vitamins Rachman, Andy; Purwanto, Mochamad Yuliadi; Nugroho, Hendro
Journal of Educational Science and Technology (EST) Volume 5 Number 1 April 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (819.633 KB) | DOI: 10.26858/est.v5i1.8495

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Indonesia is one of the developing countries with the world's most abundant fruit and vegetable production. Indonesia is supported by geographical conditions that have two seasons, namely summer and rainy season. This condition causes fruits and vegetables to flourish in Indonesia. Fruit is a healthy food source for humans. Fruit is very beneficial for humans and contains lots of vitamins. The introduction of fruit benefits must be started early on from children. From the results of the pre-test, it found that there were still 32% of elementary school students who knew of the vitamins contained in the fruit. To overcome this, researchers made an educational game application for the introduction of fruit and vitamins based on Android. From the results of the post-test, 72% of students understood the type of vitamin on the fruit. From the results of this post-test, the application developed can help improve children's abilities by 39% from the prior state. In terms of application usability, get an average rating of 82%. Appraisal of application the five factors: understandability, learnability, operability, attractiveness, and usability compliance with the percentage values of 81%, 77%, 76%, 84%, and 93% respectively.
Six Thinking Hats Method for Developing Critical Thinking Skills Setyaningtyas, Eunice Widyanti; Radia, Elvira Hoesein
Journal of Educational Science and Technology (EST) Volume 5 Number 1 April 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1014.154 KB) | DOI: 10.26858/est.v5i1.8243

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The purpose of this research is to assist the student teachers in their final year to think critically in analyzing the lesson plan document in the Kurikulum 2013 framework using the Six Thinking Hats method as a tool. This tool has visual imagery similar to colorful hats, with a specific point of view. The white hat acts as an information source, black hat identifies threats, the red hat represents emotion and intuition, the yellow hat identifies support and strength, the green hat stimulates creative ideas, and the blue hat becomes the leader of the discussion. This is a one-group post-test only experiment. The data is analyzed descriptively and interpreted qualitatively. The instrument is rubrics for analysis, also documentation and interview. The result shows that the average of the analysis scored 27,5 (out of 57) in a "moderate" level. This means students give short analysis with less-detailed description and the reasoning is less clear. The order from the lowest to the highest score is: yellow (scored 1,1)- white (1,2)-green (1,3)-red (1,5)-black (2,0). Although the result is still in the middle level, it still can be seen that this method is very potential to assist students to think critically, with a step by step development.

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