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International Journal of Education and Learning
ISSN : -     EISSN : 26849240     DOI : https://dx.doi.org/10.31763/ijele
Core Subject : Education,
The International Journal of Education and Learning (IJELE) is an international journal to provide an international forum for the sharing, dissemination and discussion of research, experience and perspectives across a wide range of teaching, development, curriculum, instruction, innovations, methodology, and technology in education or situated at the convergence of two or more disciplines. The spectrum of topics includes: 1. Islamic Education, 2. Curriculum and teaching methodology, 3. Contemporary issues in education and learning, 4. Development in education and learning, 5. Education and learning technology, 6. Education and learning research, 7. Educational Psychology, 8. Innovations in education and learning, 9. Management Education, 10. Special Education, and, 11. vocational education.
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Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in Indonesia: A Conceptual Framework Satrianawati, Satrianawati; Fu, Wen Heng
International Journal of Education and Learning Vol 1, No 1: June 2019
Publisher : Association for Scientific Computing Electrical and Engineering(ASCEE)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31763/ijele.v1i1.33

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Some schools in certain regions of Indonesia are currently really dangerous because they are in the ring area of the fire. In the region, there are also schools located in disaster-prone areas. This research aims to describe modern education for sustainable development by building the online school as disaster solution in the modern era. This research is descriptive qualitative research using a social history approach. The design research method was carried out in four phases: data collection, data display, conclusions, and data condensation. The result of this research is the government should be building an online school as a disaster solution for the generation in the modern era to education for sustainable development.
Analysis of Problem-Based Learning Models by Typology of Knowledge Pollock and Cruz (1999) Imandala, Iim; Li, Rumi; Supriyadi, Agus
International Journal of Education and Learning Vol 1, No 1: June 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31763/ijele.v1i1.12

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Problem-based learning (PBL) is learning where students build knowledge based on learning experiences to solve problems. This model generally is known by teachers around the world and successfully attracted many researchers. However, very limited study has been conducted to analyze this learning model using the typology of knowledge by Pollock and Cruz (1999). This paper analyzed the PBL model using Pollock and Cruz instrument. This study discovered that learning knowledge and facilities contributed to the success of the learning process. However, the internalism typology instrument recommends for the teacher to select and choose appropriate knowledge. Particularly in specific student experience and scaffolding in constructivism through identification and screening system. Another instrument is externalism typology, found that the absorbs of knowledge depends on the developmental age and group compositions, primarily, in first-third grade students. This instrument suggested that a teacher must be more active to be facilitator and mediator in the absorption of knowledge through the assimilation and accommodations mechanism.
A Preliminary Analysis: Digital Inclusion Domain in Islamic Education Salsabila, Unik Hanifah
International Journal of Education and Learning Vol 1, No 1: June 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31763/ijele.v1i1.23

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One of the environmental changes that have successfully influenced the world of education universally is the pace of digital technology. In the context of education, the emergence of the concept of developing modern technology based on Internet of Things (IoT) and distance learning, certainly demands the optimization of technological utilization. Islamic Education is a catalyst for cross-generation spiritual literacy developers who should not be ignorant of any changes that occur. Responding to the increasingly unpredictable rate of digital technology, an attitude of awareness needs to be done, one of which is through mainstreaming digital inclusion in learning so that the advancement of digital technology can be restored to its role as a medium to increase the effectiveness of knowledge not as a barrier to the learning process. This study tries to identify several domains from digital inclusion into Islamic Education for higher education through a literature review. Some of the digital inclusion domains detected in this study are social networking, entertainment applications, information search engines, websites, and e-learning. This research is a preliminary analysis of the utilization and involvement of digital technology in the learning of Islamic Education and has produced several information regarding the identification of several digital inclusion domains, accompanied by strategies and techniques of implementation in learning activities. The study also includes academic advice for future studies.
Effect of Learning Module with Setting Contextual Teaching and Learning to Increase the Understanding of Concepts Dewi, Putu Yulia Angga; Primayana, Kadek Hengki
International Journal of Education and Learning Vol 1, No 1: June 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31763/ijele.v1i1.26

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This study aims to analyze differences in conceptual understanding between students facilitated by learning modules with Contextual Teaching and Learning settings and direct learning models. This study was a quasi-experimental study using a pretest-posttest nonequivalent control groups design. . The data collected in this study are data understanding concepts with concept understanding tests. Then the concept understanding data was collected by concept understanding tests in the form of reasoned objective tests consisting of 19 items. Data on understanding concepts were analyzed descriptively using one-way analysis of variance. Research shows that understanding the concept of groups of students learning by facilitating learning modules containing Contextual Teaching and Learning is higher than the group of students who learn through direct learning models. Based on these findings it was concluded that there were differences in understanding of physics concepts between students facilitated by learning modules containing Contextual Teaching and Learning and direct learning models.
Islamic Education and Human Construction in The Quran Abdullah, Azis; Masruri, Siswanto; Bashori, Khoiruddin
International Journal of Education and Learning Vol 1, No 1: June 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31763/ijele.v1i1.21

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This research patterned literature by examining and tracing various literature, relating to human construction in the Koran. Research findings that humans from the creation process have various potentials and functions of life in this world. So that humans have a position of choice, the best human being and the main human being. The human position of choice is in words, namely: mukhlason (clean / choice), al-Mushthofaina (chosen people), and al-Khiyarah (choice). The best human position is found in the word al-husna (best) and husnu (the best). The process of relevance and development with the world of education, that education as a strategic means aims to develop or cultivate the basic physical and spiritual abilities of humans as caliphs.
Intercultural Learning Supported by Technology: A Small-Scale Systematic Review Sintawati, Wayan
International Journal of Education and Learning Vol 1, No 1: June 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31763/ijele.v1i1.30

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Intercultural interaction and communication are rapidly increasing throughout the world. In a fast-growing and globalised world, the ability to communicate with people across cultures is important. This study discusses describing the Byram model of the environment used in learning, culture, language, and problems and solutions for the future and using qualitative methods by following the pattern of previous research with the primary sources from Google Scholar, Baidu Scholar, Science Direct and Mendeley's search platform. The result from this research is (1) This ICC model can be used as a useful reference and guideline for teacher planning in discussions and discussions to develop IC students. (2) Inter-cultural learning is more effective and more impressive such as Holograms, VR technology, Artificial Intelligence, cloud, etc. (3) The most widely used topics in the studio are culture (n = 4), daily life (n = 2), controversial issues, language, communication, physical space (time resolution), resolution, resolution, and stereotyping. (4) Problems, solutions, and suggestions for future studies and practices. Most of the problems that most of us find here are socialisation. The solution to this problem is to familiarise students with this communication tool.

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