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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Fawziah Zahrawati; Andi Aras;
    Publisher: IAIN Manado

    Interest in learning and learning outcomes are two important aspects in supporting the success of the learning process. This study aims to determine the effectiveness of Research-Based Learning by utilizing Google Classroom in improving student learning outcomes and interest in learning. This type of research is a pre-experimental research with One-Group Posttest Design. The data analyzed were data on learning outcomes and student interest in learning. Based on the results of the analysis of the posttest student learning outcomes using the t-test obtained that the p-value = 0.005 so that H1 was accepted and the results of the analysis of the posttest of student learning interest using the t-test obtained that the p-value = 0.000 so that H1 was accepted. Therefore, it can be stated that Research Based Learning by utilizing Google Classroom is effective in improving student learning outcomes and interest in learning.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Adinda Cahya Magfirah, Adinda;
    Country: Indonesia
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Zulfah Fakhruddin; Usman Usman; Rahmawati Rahmawati; Sulvinajayanti Sulvinajayanti;
    Publisher: IAIN Samarinda

    This study was conducted to help English teachers in designing English listening materials in form of audio and textbook through YouTube video editing. 18 English teachers of 10 Islamic junior high schools in Parepare were trained to write English listening materials in form of textbook and to edit video(download ,import, cut, merge, and export video) in form of audio.150 students were observed and tested to evaluate teachers’ products. Training materials consist of: (1) searching and download video through YouTube, (2) editing video that includes import, cut, merge, and export video, and (3) writing worksheet that contains phoneme discrimination dan listening comprehension exercise in form of multiple choice,true false ,and completion . Training activities include: (1) explanation, (2) practice, (3) grouping, (4) assignment/design, and (5) evaluation and revision. After following training, teachers’ ability was categorized into good and fair in designing English listening materials. More than 50% teachers were categorized into good in editing video and 72% teachers were categorized into good in writing listening exercise. Students’ English listening learning outcome was categorized into good after learning by using teachers’ products and students have positive attitude in learning English listening skill.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Jamilah, S.;
    Publisher: Journal of Social Studies Education Research

    This study aims to investigate the role of moderate Islamic education in enhancing nationalism among Indonesian Islamic student organizations in the era of Society 5.0. The research design took a qualitative approach, and the location for the research was IAIN Parepare, Southeast Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. Some 21 people participated in the study, including 18 students who belonged to an Islamic student organization and three lecturers who taught Islamic religious education courses. Data were collected through observation, interviews, and documentation that focused on three themes, namely moderate Islamic education, Islamic student organizations, and nationalism. The findings revealed that the process for internalizing moderate Islamic values through Islamic religious education courses can foster a spirit of nationalism that manifests in the attitudes and behaviors of students in the community. Unfortunately, moderate Islamic education at IAIN Parepare has not been optimally applied, with observations showing that promotion of the moderate Islamic movement through seminars and workshops is still limited. In addition, students who belong to the Islamic student organization have not fully enhanced their moderate Islamic literacy on campus. In reality, moderate Islamic values are very important for improving students’ moral and intellectual capacity and instilling a broad sense of nationalism. Stakeholders should therefore support campus activities for moderate Islamic education as a way of preventing radicalism and improving the intellectual and moral capacities of Islamic college graduates. It is hoped that through moderate Islamic education and a strong sense of nationalism, Islamic student organizations throughout Indonesia can help support national development and realize a peaceful life for everyone.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Nur Fadillah Nurchalis; Ibrahim leman; Amzah Selle;
    Publisher: Universitas Sulawesi Barat

    Abstract: This research aims to find out (1) the neglected variables of characteristics of a good test which is done by lecturers in developing their test, and (2) the ways the lecturers develop their own test in relation to the neglected variables. This research is explanatory mix method design. There are two variables in this research. They are lecturers’ consideration and test development. The population of this research is 33 lecturers in which 18 from IAIN Parepare and 15 from UMPAR. The samples are taken by random technique in which 30 samples. The instruments of this research are questionnaire, interview and documentation. This research uses percentage technique to analyze the data. The results of this research show that (1) here are the sequences of the neglected variables in developing language test: reliability, appropriateness in difficulty, clarity, comprehensiveness, validity, transparency, appropriateness in time, and economic, and (2) From three interview sections, this research finds differences of the way lecturers develop their test. They develop their test through challenging, creative and spontaneous test.

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5 Research products, page 1 of 1
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Fawziah Zahrawati; Andi Aras;
    Publisher: IAIN Manado

    Interest in learning and learning outcomes are two important aspects in supporting the success of the learning process. This study aims to determine the effectiveness of Research-Based Learning by utilizing Google Classroom in improving student learning outcomes and interest in learning. This type of research is a pre-experimental research with One-Group Posttest Design. The data analyzed were data on learning outcomes and student interest in learning. Based on the results of the analysis of the posttest student learning outcomes using the t-test obtained that the p-value = 0.005 so that H1 was accepted and the results of the analysis of the posttest of student learning interest using the t-test obtained that the p-value = 0.000 so that H1 was accepted. Therefore, it can be stated that Research Based Learning by utilizing Google Classroom is effective in improving student learning outcomes and interest in learning.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Adinda Cahya Magfirah, Adinda;
    Country: Indonesia
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Zulfah Fakhruddin; Usman Usman; Rahmawati Rahmawati; Sulvinajayanti Sulvinajayanti;
    Publisher: IAIN Samarinda

    This study was conducted to help English teachers in designing English listening materials in form of audio and textbook through YouTube video editing. 18 English teachers of 10 Islamic junior high schools in Parepare were trained to write English listening materials in form of textbook and to edit video(download ,import, cut, merge, and export video) in form of audio.150 students were observed and tested to evaluate teachers’ products. Training materials consist of: (1) searching and download video through YouTube, (2) editing video that includes import, cut, merge, and export video, and (3) writing worksheet that contains phoneme discrimination dan listening comprehension exercise in form of multiple choice,true false ,and completion . Training activities include: (1) explanation, (2) practice, (3) grouping, (4) assignment/design, and (5) evaluation and revision. After following training, teachers’ ability was categorized into good and fair in designing English listening materials. More than 50% teachers were categorized into good in editing video and 72% teachers were categorized into good in writing listening exercise. Students’ English listening learning outcome was categorized into good after learning by using teachers’ products and students have positive attitude in learning English listening skill.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Jamilah, S.;
    Publisher: Journal of Social Studies Education Research

    This study aims to investigate the role of moderate Islamic education in enhancing nationalism among Indonesian Islamic student organizations in the era of Society 5.0. The research design took a qualitative approach, and the location for the research was IAIN Parepare, Southeast Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. Some 21 people participated in the study, including 18 students who belonged to an Islamic student organization and three lecturers who taught Islamic religious education courses. Data were collected through observation, interviews, and documentation that focused on three themes, namely moderate Islamic education, Islamic student organizations, and nationalism. The findings revealed that the process for internalizing moderate Islamic values through Islamic religious education courses can foster a spirit of nationalism that manifests in the attitudes and behaviors of students in the community. Unfortunately, moderate Islamic education at IAIN Parepare has not been optimally applied, with observations showing that promotion of the moderate Islamic movement through seminars and workshops is still limited. In addition, students who belong to the Islamic student organization have not fully enhanced their moderate Islamic literacy on campus. In reality, moderate Islamic values are very important for improving students’ moral and intellectual capacity and instilling a broad sense of nationalism. Stakeholders should therefore support campus activities for moderate Islamic education as a way of preventing radicalism and improving the intellectual and moral capacities of Islamic college graduates. It is hoped that through moderate Islamic education and a strong sense of nationalism, Islamic student organizations throughout Indonesia can help support national development and realize a peaceful life for everyone.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Nur Fadillah Nurchalis; Ibrahim leman; Amzah Selle;
    Publisher: Universitas Sulawesi Barat

    Abstract: This research aims to find out (1) the neglected variables of characteristics of a good test which is done by lecturers in developing their test, and (2) the ways the lecturers develop their own test in relation to the neglected variables. This research is explanatory mix method design. There are two variables in this research. They are lecturers’ consideration and test development. The population of this research is 33 lecturers in which 18 from IAIN Parepare and 15 from UMPAR. The samples are taken by random technique in which 30 samples. The instruments of this research are questionnaire, interview and documentation. This research uses percentage technique to analyze the data. The results of this research show that (1) here are the sequences of the neglected variables in developing language test: reliability, appropriateness in difficulty, clarity, comprehensiveness, validity, transparency, appropriateness in time, and economic, and (2) From three interview sections, this research finds differences of the way lecturers develop their test. They develop their test through challenging, creative and spontaneous test.

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