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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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The Implementation Of Problem Based Learning and Jigsaw Model Learning to Improve Basic Programming Learning Outcomes Widayanti, Erma
International Journal of Education and Learning Vol 1, No 2: December 2019
Publisher : Association for Scientific Computing Electrical and Engineering(ASCEE)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31763/ijele.v1i2.53

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Basic Programming Learning in class X RPL1 in semester 1 has implemented the Problem Based Learning model and runs effectively until it reaches 90% results reaching KKM. Problems occur when there are changes in students in semester 2 because of the industrial class. School regulations state that industrial classes are students who are selected based on psychology and grades in semester 1. In semester 2 industrial classes are placed in class X RPL2 and students who do not enter the industrial class are made one in class X RPL1. The application of the Problem Based Learning model that was implemented previously became less effective, the data at the beginning of semester 2 there were no students from X RPL1 who reached KKM (Minimal Completeness Criteria). This type of research is a classroom action research (CAR). This study aims to measure the feasibility of the learning model and improve the learning outcomes of Class X RPL1 students on Basic Programming subjects by providing innovative learning models that combine the Problem Based Learning and JIGSAW models. The study was conducted in class X RPL 1 of SMK Turen, amounting to 34 students and carried out for 3 cycles. Each cycle consists of planning, implementing actions, observing, and reflecting. The results obtained, the feasibility of learning models in the first cycle reached 64%, in the second cycle amounted to 76%, and in the third cycle reached 92%. Learning outcomes in the first cycle of knowledge are the average value of students is 62.94 with a percentage of completeness of 44.12%. In cycle II has increased, the average value of students is 73.52 with a percentage of mastery learning by 70.59%, while in cycle III the average value of students is 79.71 with a percentage of completeness of 91.18%. Based on the results of the study it can be concluded that the implementation of the Problem Based Learning method and the JIGSAW model are able to improve the learning outcomes of Grade X RPL1 students in the Basic Programming of SMK Turen.
A Review on The Professional Development of Elementary Education Teachers in China Luo, Ying; Xu, Wenbin
International Journal of Education and Learning Vol 1, No 2: December 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31763/ijele.v1i2.56

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The school field is the main field of teachers' study and work, which creates the field space for teachers' professional development. In order to explore the situation of teacher professional development in school field,based on the general condition of the research, from the research scope, the research perspective, the fit between "teaching" and "learning" in the study and the discussion that the theoretical research focuses on the value of practice, we have sorted out the hot spots and trends of the research on the professional development of Primary and high school teachers in China from the perspective of school standard.In the subsequent analysis, we need to make further thinking or exploration in the five aspects of the origin and fulcrum of the research, the positioning of the study, the establishment of the research thinking, the consideration of the influential factors in the research and the enlightenment of the research methodology.
The Impact of Mathematics Teacher Quality on Student Achievement in Oman and Taiwan Ambussaidi, Intisar; Yang, Ya-Fei
International Journal of Education and Learning Vol 1, No 2: December 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31763/ijele.v1i2.39

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Following the educational reform trend around the world, Oman and Taiwan emphasize on teacher quality to improve student learning. This study investigated the relationship between teacher quality and eighth graders mathematics achievement in Oman and Taiwan by utilizing TIMSS 2011 data. The research question examined to what extent teacher quality as defined by the measurable variables (teacher qualification, teaching practices and professional development) impacts student achievement in Oman and Taiwan. The study employed Ordinary Least Square (OLS) statistical analysis to examine the relationship between teacher quality and eighth-grade student math performance in both countries. The results show that teacher quality indicators in Oman and Taiwan have a positive impact on eighth graders mathematics achievement. However, teacher quality variables that influence student achievement in both countries vary depending on the education context, student characteristics and school factors. The study findings support policy intervention aimed at improving teacher quality and recommends providing more opportunities for participation in content-focused and pedagogical-focused professional development.
Children’s Education in The Story of Single Mothers in Qur’ȃn Chaer, Moh. Toriqul; Wasim, Alef Theria; Khilmiyah, Akif
International Journal of Education and Learning Vol 1, No 2: December 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31763/ijele.v1i2.36

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This research aims to find the concept of child education in the story of the single true mother in the Qur'an. The study uses library studies with subjective hermeneutic approaches. The results of the study were found: first, the current status of single mother hakiki and single mother majazi. Second, the relevance of children's education in the story of single mothers follows the stage of the psychology of child development. It is starting from the prenatal phase, covering the child's spiritual and physical education. In the postnatal period, it includes education, supervision and responsible children. Child education in a single mother is done holistically, not partially and not mechanically
Teachers Perception in Inculcating Islamic Values in Secondary Schools Mt, Muhammad Amin; Mustaffa, Azlina
International Journal of Education and Learning Vol 1, No 2: December 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31763/ijele.v1i2.40

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This research intended to explore the challenges in inculcating Islamic values among teachers in selected private secondary schools in the Klang Valley. It aimed to investigate the teachers? perception in inculcating Islamic values in schools. The questionnaire was distributed to 145 teachers from three private Islamic secondary schools in the Klang Valley, namely Al-Amin secondary school, International Islamic Secondary (IIS) School and ADNI Islamic Secondary School. A 5-point Likert scale was used to measure the teachers? perception about the inculcating Islamic values in schools. Descriptive analysis (frequencies and percentages), were utilized in this study. The findings showed that most of the teachers in the three schools in the Klang Valley perceived that they are not inculcating Islamic values into their teaching. The researcher suggested that future research should include additional Islamic schools to compare their methods of teaching Islamic studies, which can also include universities.
Islamic Boarding School and Community Empowerment Sulisno, Sarwadi; Abdullah, Azis
International Journal of Education and Learning Vol 1, No 2: December 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31763/ijele.v1i2.38

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Islamic education has contributed since before independence. As a long journey requires a spirit that can guide and support to get to the point of success at any time. Mental entrepreneurship can provide the spirit of education to be able to disrupt itself in order to be able to exist with all the challenges of globalization in the digital era. Mental entrepreneurship is a skill that does not only make things from nothing and makes some things from some other things, but also the ability to see and predict the challenges of current and futuristic challenges, then do disruption either by reshape old one -Create a new one to the existing pattern. Entrepreneurship ability will be formed after soft skill entrepreneurship abilities are possessed by students. Until the peak of entrepreneurship of Islamic edication was to view disruption as an opportunity to lead to a new Islamic education.
Retraction Notice to"Intercultural Learning Supported by Technology: A Small-Scale Systematic Review" [International Journal of Education and Learning 1(1) (2019) 33-41] Sintawati, Wayan
International Journal of Education and Learning Vol 1, No 2: December 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31763/ijele.v1i2.48

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Following a rigorous, carefully concerns and considered review of the article published in?International Journal of Education and Learning to article entitled ?Intercultural Learning Supported by Technology: A Small-Scale Systematic Review" [International Journal of Education and Learning Vol 1, No 1, 2019, 33-41], DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.31763/ijele.v1i1.30. This paper has been found to be in violation of the?International Journal of Education and Learning Publication principles and has been retracted. This article has been retracted at the request of the Supervisor,?Rustam Shadiev (Nanjing Normal University, China),?of the author, Wayan Sintawati (Nanjing Normal University, China), because the author didn't communicate with him to publish the research work in this journal and didn't write his name on the article as responsible to teamwork effort. This practice is count as the?unethical publication of the International Journal of Education and Learning.?

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