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LOW EDUCATION AND EARLY MARRIAGE IN MADURA: A LITERATURE REVIEW Bawono, Yudho; Suminar, Dewi Retno; Hendriani, Wiwin
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 7 No 3 (2019): October 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jed.v7i1.29283

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A number of data show that early marriages still occur in Madura. This is caused by several factors, one of which is low education. This study took place in Madura because in Madura early marriage is still quite a lot done. Some of the underlying factors are the Islamic understanding that if a child is already adult (baligh), they can already get married. In addition, Madurese people still adhere to the tradition of matchmaking and the existence of a belief called sangkal (if women reject applications from men, they will become spinsters or ta paju lake '). This study aims to conduct a literature review on the low level of education with the occurrence of early marriage in Madura. Literature search is done through portalgaruda.org, google scholar, and onesearch.id database by using the keywords "pernikahan dini? (?early marriage?) and ?tingkat pendidikan? (?level of education?). The literature collected by using these keywords are 31 articles, but after adding the keyword "Madura" the literature collected becomes 7 articles. The method used in this study is a study of narrative literature. The study shows that low education plays a role in the occurrence of early marriage in Madura.
THE ROLES OF MOTIVATION IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING Christianto, Danin; Karin, Ivena
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 7 No 3 (2019): October 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jed.v7i1.29627

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English has become one of the global languages which is used in many fields, including in the field of education. In Indonesia, especially, English is considered as a foreign language which means that this language is not always used in daily lives, only in certain conditions or situations. Considering the issue, the rate of English language learning and practice is still low. In order to learn English, learners require motivation so that they can be successful in learning the language. Therefore, the roles of motivation is very crucial during the teaching and learning process. Previously, some of the researches stated that external or instrumental motivation was the one which drove learners to learn English in countries where this language was considered as a foreign language. The result implicated that motivation which dominated the English language learning process was instrumental motivation. It means that such a motivation was the foundation which encouraged learners to learn English in order to get good scores in schools, get jobs, pass examination, and pursue careers. On the other hand, in countries where English is used as a second language, learners learn English are directly motivated because of the inner needs to learn and develop their English skills. In addition, external factors, like environment and media, also play important roles in motivating learners to learn English.
HIGHER-ORDER THINKING SKILL (HOTS) QUESTIONS IN ENGLISH NATIONAL EXAMINATION IN INDONESIA Putra, Tomy Kartika; Fikky Abdullah, Debiga
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 7 No 3 (2019): October 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jed.v7i1.30878

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The using of HOTS questions to stimulate the learners? thinking skills is essential to meet the challenge of 21st century. However, we know little about to what extent and what particular aspects of HOTS implemented in Indonesia English National Examination. Therefore, in order to fulfil the gap, the present study attempts to identify the use of HOTS-based questions and what particular skills appearing under HOTS category in English National Examination. We examine one package of each English National Examination from 2013 until 2018. We analyse 210 multiple-choice items in which each examination contain 35 items of reading comprehension. The items are analyzed quantitatively through content analysis based on the aspects of HOTS in Revised Bloom?s Taxonomy.  The researchers find that there is insufficient amount of HOTS questions in English National Examination. 157 items classified into the LOTS and only 53 (25.23%) items are classified into HOTS. The second finding is that the level of HOTS included in English National Examination 2013-2018 is only the level of Analyze. The Differentiating and Organizing are the subskills of the aspect of Analyze that are mostly included in all examinations. There is strong evidence for encouraging the test developers to provide adequate portions of HOTS-based items in English National Examination.   Keywords: Higher-order thinking skill, Lower-order thinking skill, assessment, English national examination
FINANCING EDUCATION: A ROUTE TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF A COUNTRY Bhuiyan, Abdullah Al Mamun
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 7 No 3 (2019): October 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jed.v7i1.31323

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Everybody knows that education is the backbone of a nation. The countries which have realized that motto and invested a lot for a long time for sustainable development of the education sector of the country, they are now forerunner in innovation, world influence, employment, innovative thinking, world-class health care service, technology, ideological influence and even military advancement. They have diversified education investments which have had defused the progress in all sectors. On the contrary, there are many countries which are wealthier than many developed countries, but for creative ideas, educational advancement, climate change and even for major decisions, they rely on some specific advanced countries. These countries cannot ensure sustainable development of their own as they rely on others. Besides, some countries mostly depend on natural resources which are now facing constraint for plummeting of the price of those assets due to worldwide economic depression or the invention of alternative option. The countries which have the best education in the world, they have more researchers and diversified world-class education system and creativities to cope up with the changing world circumstances. Therefore, education financing opens up a variety of employment opportunities which leads to the reduction of the crime rate of a country?consequently, leads to the sustainable economic development of a nation.
STUDENT MODEL AND ELIMINATION OF EXAMINATION MALPRACTICES - THE ZAMBIAN CASE Katete, Rodrick Symon; Kalonga, Given
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 7 No 3 (2019): October 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jed.v7i1.31626

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The problem of examination malpractices has persisted in many primary and secondary schools in Zambia for a decade now. Records show that there has been an annual recurrence of examination malpractices for the period 2008 to 2018. In 2018, the initial examination papers for Grades 9 and 12 had to be canceled and new ones set after the examination papers were leaked on social media. These malpractices reported in the last decade have the potential to negatively affect the quality of graduates from the concerned schools. It may further cast doubt on the validity and reliability of the certificates conferred. To a wider extent, examination malpractices have the potential to lead to cultural decay, increased criminality, social injustices and corruption in society. The driving factors to malpractices have been identified as macro and micro in nature. The study introduces a new model coined the 13-selfs model. Using the introduced model, the study proposes solutions to the internal factors. With this new model it is possible to nurture a student with higher confidence and integrity leading to the elimination of malpractices. The thirteen elements of the 13-Selfs model are self-confidence, self-esteem, self-motivation, self-determination, self-organization, self-equipped, self-sustenance, self-conviction, self-efficacy, self-assurance, self-sufficiency, self-control, self-defense. The proposed solutions to the macro factors include the use of modern technology such as drones to secure and deliver examination materials on the day of examination. The use of micro-chipped examination papers has also been proposed to monitor in real time the location and conditions of materials.
ANALYSIS OF CULINARY GRADUATES COMPETENCY IN SMKN 9 PADANG NEEDED BY INDUSTRY USING NVIVO 11 Yasmin, Lutfia; Faridah, Anni; Yulastri, Asmar
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 7 No 3 (2019): October 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jed.v7i1.32315

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This study aims to analyze the competence of culinary graduates of SMK Negeri 9 Padang and the competency of graduates expected by the industry. This study uses a qualitative descriptive research method. The research was conducted in three different hotels in the city of Padang, namely Whiz Prime Hotel, Grand Inna Hotel, and Pangeran Beach Hotel. Informants in this study included the culinary industry where graduates worked as well as graduates working in the industry. There are two data collection techniques used, interviews and documentation. Processing data in this study using NVivo 11 software. The results of data analysis showed that there were 17 themes on cognitive aspects, 15 themes on affective aspects, and 18 themes on psychomotor aspects. The results of the analysis of the competence of culinary graduates from SMK Negeri 9 Padang, which is expected by the industry, show that there are 7 themes summarized from cognitive, affective, and psychomotor aspects. In general, the results of the study showed that the cognitive and psychomotor aspects of graduates were good. Cognitive and psychomotor aspects include eating and drinking services, non-alcoholic drinks, pastry, Indonesian food, and continental food. Whereas in the affective aspect an increase is needed, namely the level of self-confidence, adaptation, and discipline.
KA DEVELOPMENT OF E-MODULE MIKROTIK TRAINING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TEACHER IN THE FIELD OF COMPUTER NETWORK ENGINEERING Anshari, Khairul; Rukun, Kasman; Huda, Asrul
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 7 No 3 (2019): October 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jed.v7i1.34380

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This research aims to develop module products in electronic or digital form about mikrotiks and reveal their validity and practicality. This type of research is the development of research using the ploomp and nieveen models, with three stages of development, namely 1) preliminary research 2) prototyping stage and 3) assessment stage. The instrument used was a questionnaire in the form of a validity questionnaire and a practicality questionnaire. The mikrotik training module was validated by six experts namely three mikrotik material experts and three module experts. The practicality of mikrotik e-modules is carried out on computer network engineering teachers in several State Vocational High Schools in Padang. The validity test results obtain results with a valid category. Based on the practicality test by the computer network engineering teacher at the State Vocational High School in Padang, the results obtained indicate that the module has a very high practicality category. Based on the results of this study, it can be concluded that the mikrotik e-module training is considered valid and practical.
PRE-SERVICE ENGLISH TEACHER’S PERCEPTION ON COLLABORATIVE GENRE-BASED WRITING Sumekto, Didik Rinan; Saleh, Mursid; -, Retmono; Sofwan, Ahmad
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 3 No 2 (2015): November 2015
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This study was aimed at investigating the collaborative learning effectiveness and contribution toward pre-service English teachers’ (PSETs’) perception conveyed on genre-based writing lectures. The sample was 86 undergraduate pre-service English teachers (PSETs), Tidar University of Magelang (45 respondents) and Widya Dharma University of Klaten (41 respondents). This study used simple random sampling. Data were collected by means of questionnaire using 5-scaled Likert rating to obtain PSETs’ perception, and then analyzed quantitatively by applying the SPSS program. The findings showed that the highest response toward each category in the perception referred to (1) 41.9% or 36 responses on sometimes toward lecturer’s instruction method; 44.2% or 38 responses on seldom toward learning assessment process; 48.2 or 41 responses on seldom toward lecturer’s assessment mechanism; and 53.5% or 46 responses on sometimes toward lecturer’s instruction evaluation and reflection; and (2) there were 47.4% or 45 responses on sometimes which ranked to the highest response level on group’s performance goals; 48.4% or 46 responses on seldom which engaged PSET’s interpersonal competence; 48.4% or 46 responses on frequent which guided group maintenance; and 41.1% or 39 responses on sometimes toward classroom work.
MODEL DEVELOPMENT OF CREATIVE DRAWING TRAINING MANAGEMENT WITH THE TOPIC OF CONSERVATION FOR KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS IN SEMARANG Budi Utomo, Kamsidjo
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 2 No 1 (2014): June 2014
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Training is an effective way to professionally improve teachers’ human resource. The purpose of this training was to prepare professional kindergarten teachers to make creative drawing to children golden age. Teachers have significant roles in their "Golden age of Drawing" due to the tendency of children to imitate adults’ / Kindergarten Teachers’ behaviors. Professionally kindergarten teachers supposed to be competence in creative drawing that stimulating the spirit of child draw, is the availability of creative drawing training model and should be professionally conducted due to the principles of measured training management that ideal kindergarten teachers who are professional and having competitiveness will be realized in the performance of their duties as educational practitioners. Research and Development should be conducted for the innovations of training model management. The results of preliminary study showed that existing training model of drawing had not been professionally taken care since the principles of fine management had not been well conducted, such as planning, organization, implementation, evaluation, and further follow-up.
DEVELOPING A MODEL OF DISCOURSAL STORIES FOR CHILDREN IN THE CONCRETE OPERATIONAL PHASE Syarifah, Ety; Rustono, Rustono; J.Waluyo, Herman; Zulaeha, Ida
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 5 No 2 (2017): June 2017
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jed.v5i2.14406

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This study is meant to develop a model of discoursal stories for children suitable with their development or age level as readers. The discoursal stories are developed by considering suitable characteristics of learners as readers, teacher’s needs for learning media, and learners’ reading interest. To develop the model as learning media for Grade IV, a research and development method with three stages: (1) preliminary study, (2) product formulation and development, and (3) product validation and dissemination were used. There are two types of results in this research: criteria for the model of children’s discoursal stories in their concrete operational phase and the development of the discourse model. The model has the theme of friendship, humanity/social issues, and education, with joy and playful tone, joyful, moving /pityful/compassionate and relaxed athmosphere. Learners need to feel happy, moving, and patient, and like human being, inanimate and animate objects as main characters. The diction should be plain and metaphorical. The stories should be presented by considering the book format, fonts, paper color variety, font size, and various pictures. The language should be communicative. The content of the children’s poetry should be useful and understandable. The scene technique should be used as the method of presentation with dialogues or description. Learners like human being as the characters, completed with clear setting, linear plots, with friendship as the theme.

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