https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/issue/feed International Journal of Educational Research Excellence (IJERE) 2024-05-12T04:05:40+00:00 Prof. Dr. Ahmad Laut Hasibuan, M.Pd ijere.journals@gmail.com Open Journal Systems <p>Welcome to the <strong>International Journal of Educational Research Excellence (IJERE), <a href="https://issn.lipi.go.id/terbit/detail/20220703551982103" target="_blank" rel="noopener">ISSN. 2830-7933 (Online)</a></strong>. IJERE is the first open access and double-blind peer-reviewed international journal managed by PT Inovasi Pratama Internasional, which exclusively focuses on education and <span class="Y2IQFc" lang="en">Education technology</span>. This first international journal is a part of the Publisher’s strong commitment to education, which is expected to be the medium for the exchange of ideas, knowledge, information, and technology among experts and practitioners of education. IJERE aims to facilitate and promote the inquiry into and dissemination of research results on primary education, secondary education, higher education, teacher education, special education, adult education, non-formal education, and any new development and advancement in the field of education. The scope of our journal includes; <span style="font-size: 0.875rem;">Language and literature education, </span><span style="font-size: 0.875rem;">Social science education, Law, </span><span style="font-size: 0.875rem;">Sports and health education, </span><span style="font-size: 0.875rem;">Economics and business education, </span><span style="font-size: 0.875rem;">Math and natural science education, </span><span style="font-size: 0.875rem;">Vocational and engineering education, and </span><span style="font-size: 0.875rem;">Visual arts, dance, music, and design education.</span></p> https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/729 Development of Scrapbook for Teaching Descriptive Texts at SMA Sains Plus Tahfidz Qur’an Al Ammar 2024-01-04T06:51:38+00:00 Mariana mynameismariana0@gmail.com Harianto II hariantoii@umnaw.ic.id Heni Subagiharti heni_subagiharti@una.ac.id Harry Sambayu harry.sambayu1986@gmail.com Diah Syafitri Handayani diahsyafitri@usu.ac.id <p>The objective of this research was to develop scrapbook for teaching descriptive text. This research used Model of Development. It was undertaken to develop scrapbook for teaching descriptive text. To gain the purpose, it was needed a research approach that highlights an effort to produce the teaching writing media. Therefore, in designing the model, the researcher used Research and Development approach by adapting Borg and Gall Model. The subject of this research were students of SMA Sains Plus Tahfidz Qur’an Al Ammar at the grade XI in the academic year of 2022/2023. The researcher used two data collection techniques, they were descriptive qualitative data and quantitative data. Qualitative data and quantitative results were obtained from questionnaire validation expert, reviews of material expert and teaching media expert. The data was from the field trials obtained from the comments or responses, questionnaire result and test results. The instruments of data collection were gathered by administrating interview and distributing questionnaire to 22 respondents to get students’ needs. The mean of the questionnaire related to the materials appropriateness is 3.7. The mean value falls into “Good” category since it is in the interval 3.4 &lt; x &lt; 4.2. The result indicates that scrapbbok are appropriate for Grade XI of SMA students. The researcher used test to know the students’ writing skill achievement based on the media used and the test was done twice; pre-test and post-test; pre-test and post-test. Then, t-test was used to analyze the data. The result of the data above is the value of t-test was the value of t-test was higher t table (12,21 &gt; 12,96) at the level significance 0.05 for two tailed and degree of freedom (df) = 22-2 = 20. It means that Scrapbook significantly affects the students’ writing skill achievement.</p> 2024-01-04T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Mariana, Harianto II, Heni Subagiharti, Harry Sambayu, Diah Syafitri Handayani https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/730 The Analysis of Students’ Achievement on Listening Skill Based on Introvert Personality 2024-01-04T07:19:37+00:00 Aisyah sraisyah378@email.com.id Harianto II hariantoii@umnaw.ic.id Vera Marisa vera_marisa@stitalhikmah-tt.ac.id <p>This research aims to determine the listening skill on students introvert personality. This research was conducted in class XI IPA 1 MAN 1 Deli Serdang by conducting student personality selection by giving questionnaire to find students with introvert personality. Listening test was given after the student personality selection process is done by presenting 3 videos tests that had difference titles and stories in each test. This type of research was a qualitative descriptive research, where the research was observed as a data collection process then describe and interpret the result of the data had been collected in the form of an explanation. Data was obtained from the selection process of the students personality type with questionnaire found that there are only 15% of students who had introverted personality. The listening test result show that students introvert personality had good listening skill with an average score of 90 and the highest was 95.</p> 2024-01-04T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Aisyah, Harianto II, Vera Marisa https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/509 The Development of Reading Comprehension Material Based on Vocabulary Collection Strategy at SMAN 13 Medan in Academic Year 2022/2023 2023-08-29T16:54:51+00:00 Affan Lubis lubisaffan208@gmail.com Risnawaty lubisaffan208@gmail.com <p>The objective of this research is to develop the reading comprehension materials for Senior High School students based on Vocabulary Self-Collection Strategy at SMAN 13 Medan. The data of this research are quantitative and qualitative. The researcher uses the percentage of the questionnaire of need analysis for the quantitative data. Meanwhile, for the qualitative, the researcher uses the content analysis &nbsp;for describing the data. The data is collected by using questionnaire. The result of needs analysis showed two parts, those were target needs and learning needs. After gathering the need analysis.The researcher implemented ADDIE model for &nbsp;developing the materials. In order to maintain the students’ needs, the researcher created the theoretical model which consists of two big components namely; the components of reading comprehension and vocabulary self-collection strategy. The researcher develop the theoretical model which has been verified by the expert. The researcher finds that the model can give the big advantages to the students’ &nbsp;reading skills development.</p> 2024-01-04T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Affan Lubis, Risnawaty https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/728 The ESP Scenario in EFL Economics Courses 2024-01-05T04:02:45+00:00 Selviana Napitupulu selviana.napitupulu@uhnp.ac.id Kisno Kisno d.shinoda85@gmail.com Fenty Debora Napitupulu fentynapitupulu@uhn.ac.id <p>The term "ESP" refers to a method of teaching English for any possible goal. It addresses with determining the curriculum for a scenario where students are grouped as homogeneous and have a common set of requirements. Thus, the goal of this study is to investigate the state of ESP teaching and learning in a third-year graduate student class at the University of Murni Teguh, Department of Economics. The researcher makes an effort to determine whether the ESP method of teaching EFL is used in this particular class. In order to do this, a representative sample of 50 students was selected at random and joined by their ESP instructor, a specialist in the same department. Two study tools have been used to gather data: a structured interview with the teacher and a questionnaire for the students. Consequently, a quantitative and qualitative analysis has been conducted. The findings showed that students are taught in general English with little consideration for their academic and professional demands (once they are employed). Instead, there is a strong emphasis on learning economic concepts and translating brief texts into Arabic, the students' native tongue. The ESP teacher also mentioned how he sensed a need for particular "teacher training." The findings may help ESP teachers understand what is actually required in this particular situation. Therefore, depending on the needs of each specific subject, ESP approaches should be used to teach English.</p> 2024-01-07T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Selviana Napitupulu, Kisno Kisno, Fenty Debora Napitupulu https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/748 Writing Skill’ Assessment of English Department’ Fourth Semester Students at University of HKBP Nommensen Pematangsiantar (UHKBPNP) 2024-01-13T17:12:46+00:00 Leonita Maria Efipanias Manihuruk manihuruknita@gmail.com Berlin Sibarani berlinsibarani@unimed.ac.id M Meisuri meisuri@yahoo.com <p>The objective of this research is to assess how the writing skill’ of the Department students at University of HKBP Nommensen Pematangsiantar (UHKBPNP). The subject of this research is 4<sup>th</sup> semester students of UHKBPNP, with consist of 25 students. The research design of this research is qualitative approach with case study method. The instrument of collecting data used is writing test. The findings of the research: (1) Content aspect score was 14.88; (2) Organization aspect score was 12.32; (3) Vocabulary aspect score was 14.8; (4) Language use aspect score was 14.48; (5) Mechanics aspect score was 13.88. The result of the research showed that the students experienced mostly in excellent to very good level.</p> 2024-01-13T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Leonita Maria Efipanias Manihuruk, Berlin Sibarani, M Meisuri https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/749 Investigating Metacognitive Strategies in Listening Comprehension among English Language Learners: A Study of University Students in Medan 2024-01-13T17:42:37+00:00 Meida Rabia Sihite meidarabia55@gmail.com Teguh Satria Amin meidarabia55@gmail.com Rini Ekayati meidarabia55@gmail.com Leonita Maria Efipanias Manihuruk meidarabia55@gmail.com Masitowarni Siregar meidarabia55@gmail.com Rahmad Husein meidarabia55@gmail.com T. Silvana Sinar meidarabia55@gmail.com <p>This study investigates metacognitive strategies employed by English language learners (ELLs) during listening comprehension activities. The objectives were to identify the metacognitive strategies commonly employed by English language learners during listening comprehension activities and to examine their awareness of the importance of metacognitive strategies in improving listening skills. Employing a mixed-methods approach, the study collected data through questionnaires and interviews from university students in Medan, Indonesia. This method provided a comprehensive understanding of the strategies used by learners and their perceptions of the strategies' effectiveness. The results reveal that ELLs actively engage in metacognitive strategies, specifically planning, monitoring, and evaluating, to enhance their listening comprehension. The quantitative data from the questionnaires and qualitative insights from the interviews indicate a high level of awareness among students regarding the importance of these strategies. Ethical measures were strictly observed to ensure participant anonymity. This study contributes to the field of language education by highlighting the critical role of metacognitive strategies in listening comprehension and providing empirical evidence of their use among ELLs.</p> 2024-01-13T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Meida Rabia Sihite, Teguh Satria Amin, Rini Ekayati, Leonita Maria Efipanias Manihuruk, Masitowarni Siregar, Rahmad Husein, T. Silvana Sinar https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/751 Use of mixed Indonesian-Patani language codes in oral form by Patani (South of Thailand) pupils in Medan City 2024-01-15T04:05:42+00:00 Asuepan Salae asuepansale@gmail.com Rahmat Kartolo asuepansale@gmail.com Sutikno asuepansale@gmail.com <p>This research examines code mixing among Patani students in Medan City. The study aims to describe, analyze, interpret, and conclude data on the use of Indonesian-Patani code mixing in oral form by Patani students from southern Thailand in Medan City, focusing on the lexicon form of code mixing. This research aims to investigate code mixing in the interactions of Patani students in the city of Medan. The data was collected using recording and note-taking techniques. The transcribed data was classified, analyzed, and interpreted to draw conclusions. Data analysis results indicate that Patani students in Medan City code-mix verbs, adjectives, nouns, pronouns, numerals, adverbs, and task words. In the research, the causes of code-mixing are divided into four categories: (i) a continued focus on the mother tongue, especially Patani Malay, (ii) difficulty in interacting with an environment that uses both Indonesian and regional languages, (iii) a lack of understanding of Indonesian, resulting in incorrect pronunciation, and (iv) difficulty in understanding new Indonesian vocabulary, resulting in the combination of familiar languages.</p> 2024-01-15T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Asuepan Salae https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/733 Application of Number Theory in Cryptography 2024-01-11T03:44:26+00:00 Andreas Perdamenta Peranginangin pprestasigemilang@gmail.com <p>Life has changed in this era of technology. With technology, information can be searched easily and quickly, starting from the difficulty of finding information. Besides, people can easily store information in software or on the Internet. But you don't want this information to get out to anyone who doesn't want it. Therefore, data security is needed, which is applied using the science of cryptography, which uses material from number theory. This research will look at various cryptographic algorithms and processes for encrypting and decrypting data. This study uses library research or (library research). Library research involves gathering detailed information from numerous sources including literature, books, notes, journals, and other sources.</p> 2024-01-15T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Andreas Perdamenta Peranginangin https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/765 Implementation of English Vocabulary Learning Develop Through Association Word Games at Junior High School 2024-01-24T09:04:54+00:00 Sri Nur Utamy utamysri19@gmail.com Muhammad Noer Fadlan muhammadnoerfadlan@umnaw.ac.id Sabariah Sabariah sabariahmedan12@gmail.com Asrul Siregar siregarasrul6@gmail.com Susianto Susianto susiantoapriel@gmail.com Hasanah Hasanah hasanah@umnaw.ac.id Safrida Napitupulu safrida@umnaw.ac.id Faisal Husna fiechan@gmail.com Muhammad Yusuf muhammad.yusufaja83@gmail.com <p>Basically, language is a means of oral and written communication. People use language to express their ideas and desires to others such as when they ask for help from others. According to Danzalan (2016), language allows people to recognize and express their emotions and thoughts. Language is used by humans to recognize and understand each other. As we know, God created humans in various conditions and personalities, so they must interact with each other. As Nursyamsi (2006) states that one way to communicate is through speaking</p> 2024-01-24T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Sri Nur Utami, Muhammad Nur Fadlan, Sabariah Sabariah, Asrul Siregar, Susianto Susianto, Hasanah Hasanah, Safrida Napitupulu, Faisal Husna https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/739 The Combination Effect of Applying Liming Levels and Bat Dung on Increasing Soil pH in Ultisol Soil 2024-01-25T03:35:46+00:00 Charles Silahooy charlessilahooy@gmail.com <p>Providing organic matter can increase soil pH and increase soil fertility. Through liming plus organic fertilizer such as bat droppings, it is hoped that it can increase the soil pH. This research aims to study the combined effect of applying lime and bat droppings on increasing soil pH in ultisol soil. This research was carried out in a plastic house in Ouw Village, Central Maluku Regency, from August 2023 to January 2024. Analysis of soil properties was carried out at the Soil Laboratory, Faculty of Agriculture, Pattimura University. The experimental design used in this research was a Randomized Step Design (CRD) with a 4 x 4 x 4 factorial pattern, where the parameter studied was soil pH in ultisol soil. The results of the research showed that the application of liming levels and bat droppings had an effect on increasing soil pH in ultisol soil.</p> 2024-02-03T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Charles Silahooy https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/768 Tourism Awareness Group Strategy in Strengthening Collective Action and Social Capital for Padang City Tourism Development 2024-01-26T16:42:31+00:00 Hendra Dupa hendradupa72@gmail.com Ansofino Ansofino ansofino27@gmail.com Irwan Irwan irwan7001@gmai.com <p>The focus of the study in this research is to analyze the strategies of tourism awareness groups in strengthening collective action and social capital for the development of Padang City tourism. The theory used in this theory is the collective action theory put forward by Eggertsson and the social capital theory put forward by Putnam. This research uses a qualitative approach with a data analysis process using the ideas of Miles and Huberman. Data collection methods were carried out in several ways, namely: non-participant observation, interviews and document study. This research focuses on the strategies carried out by tourism awareness groups in tourism development by combining 2 theories. The results of this research are that tourism awareness groups in strengthening collective action carry out various strategies, namely: 1) The desire to increase and maximize tourism, 2) Having activities carried out together, 3) Coordinating between actors in developing city tourism, 4) Forming groups tourism awareness group among teenagers. Apart from that, the tourism awareness group also carries out strategies to strengthen social capital for tourism development, namely as follows : 1 ) Building trust between tourism awareness groups, 2) Expanding networks between tourism awareness groups, 3) Following the rules and norms within the tourism awareness group</p> 2024-02-12T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Hendra Dupa, Ansofino Ansofino, Irwan Irwan https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/790 Differences in Learning Outcomes Mathematics Student Using the Jigsaw Method and Contextual Teaching Learning in the Principal Discussion Rectangular Flat Building 2024-02-20T17:04:36+00:00 Yusniar N Tambunan tambunanyusniar83@gmail.com Christyani Siregar christyanisiregar33@gmail.com Titin Elfrida Situmorang tambunanyusniar83@gmail.com <p>Study This aim for know difference results Study taught students use method Jigsaw and Contextual Teaching Learning methods in the main discussion Get up flat facet four. Data analysis to test hypotheses with formulas t test statistics. The type of research used is experimental research. From the two sample groups, one experimental group <sub>1 was determined </sub>, namely class VIII <sub>b </sub>and one experimental group, namely class VIII <sub>c </sub>, both groups were given the same instruments. Where are the instruments totaling 10 items the most important question formerly tried out For know validity , reliability , level difficulty and distinguishing power . Based on The results of the research data state that the learning outcomes of the two sample groups are different. After carrying out the requirements test, namely the normality test using the Liliefors test using the Jigsaw method, it was obtained that L <sub>0 </sub>= 0.1342 and L <sub>table </sub>= 0.161, with the CTL method, L <sub>0 </sub>= 0.1232 and L <sub>table </sub>= 0.161 were obtained from the two samples L <sub>0 </sub>&lt; L <sub>table </sub>and both classes have a normal distribution and the homogeneity test with the variance comparison test obtained F <sub>Hit </sub>= 2.26 and F <sub>table </sub>= 2.424, so F <sub>Hit </sub>&lt; F <sub>table </sub>then both classes have homogeneous variance. The hypothesis is tested with the t test and the real level α = 0, 05 obtained t <sub>hit </sub>= 0.885 and t <sub>tab </sub>= 2.019 it turns out that t <sub>hit </sub>&lt; t <sub>tab </sub>, t <sub>hit </sub>is outside the acceptance of Ho so Ho is rejected, meaning there is a significant difference between the learning outcomes of students taught using the Jigsaw method and the CTL method in building materials rectangular flat.</p> 2024-02-20T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Yusniar N Tambunan, Christyani Siregar https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/792 Religious and Cultural Diversity: The Chinese Village Community of Padang City 2024-02-23T04:47:36+00:00 Irwan Irwan irwan7001@gmail.com Gina Syakia syakiagina60@gmail.com Windy Anastasya Nur Hidayah windyanastasya58@gmail.com Felia Siska feliasiska17@gmail.com Neffi Sulkaisi neffisulkaisi10@gmail.com <p>Kampung Cina is known as an area with cultural and religious diversity in carrying out daily life activities. This diversity certainly has differences in life.&nbsp; The purpose of this research is to analyze the diversity of religion and culture in the community in Kampung Cina in Padang City.&nbsp; Theoretical analysis uses pluralism theory or interculturalism theory. Pluralism theory highlights the existence of diverse beliefs and values in society that coexist harmoniously, while interculturalism theory emphasizes the importance of intercultural interaction and exchange to create better understanding among different groups. This research uses a qualitative approach with a descriptive research type. Data collection methods were carried out in three stages, namely participant observation, in-depth interviews and document studies. Data analysis used the Milles and Huberman analysis model. The results of this study indicate that the people of Kampung Cina Padang City live side by side and do not cause conflict. The attitude of tolerance between religions and cultures is very strong and creates a harmonious life. In addition, people live in harmony with each other and have an attitude of mutual respect and appreciation</p> 2024-02-13T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Irwan Irwan, Gina Syakia, Windy Anastasya Nur Hidayah, Felia Siska, Neffi Sulkaisi https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/798 Improving Elementary School Student Learning Outcomes Through Teacher Professional Development 2024-02-28T05:36:25+00:00 Aris Badara arisbadara71@yahoo.co.id Marwati Marwati arisbadara71@yahoo.co.id Sulfiah Sulfiah arisbadara71@yahoo.co.id <p>This research aims to explore improving elementary school student learning outcomes through teacher professional development. The research method used is lesson study, where teachers collaborate to design, implement and evaluate lessons on an ongoing basis. The research was conducted by collecting data from elementary school students who implemented lesson study for one semester. The research results showed that there was a significant increase in student learning outcomes after implementing teacher professional development through lesson study. Data analysis shows consistent improvements in student learning outcomes. Apart from that, it was also found that students were more active and involved in the learning process, and were better able to apply the concepts they learned in the context of everyday life. The conclusion of this research is that teacher professional development through lesson study has a significant positive impact on student learning outcomes in elementary schools. Collaboration between teachers in designing and evaluating learning helps increase the effectiveness of teaching and learning. It also emphasizes the importance of continuous professional development for teachers in improving the quality of education.</p> 2024-02-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Aris Badara, Marwati Marwati, Sulfiah Sulfiah https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/801 The Impact of Project-Based Learning Strategies Versus Conventional Strategies, As Well As Students' Interest in Reading, On The Learning Outcomes of Writing Short Stories on Religious Themes Among 2024-03-05T10:31:17+00:00 Eti Sukowati sutikno@umnaw.ac.id Rahmat Kartolo sutikno@umnaw.ac.id Sutikno Sutikno sutikno@umnaw.ac.id <p>The aim of this research is (1) to be able to describe the differences in learning outcomes for writing religious short stories between groups of students taught with project-based learning strategies and groups of students taught with conventional strategies. (2) to be able to describe the differences in learning outcomes of writing religious short stories between groups of students who have high interest in reading short stories and students who have low interest in reading and (3) to be able to describe the interaction between project-based learning strategies and interest in reading short stories on ability write a short religious story for class VII students of SMP Negeri 1 Deli Tua for the 2023-2024 academic year. The population in this study was the entire class VII students of SMP Negeri 1 Deli Tua for the 2023-2024 academic year, totaling 160 students. The sample in this study consisted of 2 classes, namely classes VII-1 and VII-2, class VII-1 as the experimental class, and class VII-2 as the control class. The instrument used was a questionnaire and the students' ability to write short stories was a work test. From the results of the research conducted, it can be seen that the mean ability to write short stories in the experimental class was 83.19, while the control class was 72.22; The mean interest of the experimental class was 88.11 while the control class was only 58.44. The conclusion of this research is that there is a difference in learning outcomes for writing religious short stories between the group of students taught with project-based learning strategies and the group of students taught with conventional strategies of 83.1.&nbsp;</p> 2024-03-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Eti Sukowati, Rahmat Kartolo, Sutikno Sutikno https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/802 Development of Conversational Text Teaching Materials for Indonesian Language Subjects Using Image Media for Class V Elementary UPT SPF Number 105272 Purwodadi Sunggal 2023-2024 2024-03-05T14:43:58+00:00 Beby Lidia Zuliani sutikno1@umnaw.ac.id Rahmat Kartolo sutikno@umnaw.ac.id Sutikno Sutikno sutikno@umnaw.ac.id <p>In the reality of education in the field, many educators still use conventional teaching materials, namely ready-to-use teaching materials, just buy, instant, without efforts to plan, prepare, and compile their own. Thus, the risk obtained is that the teaching materials they use are less attractive. An educator is required to be creative to be able to compile teaching materials that are innovative, varied, interesting, contextual, and in accordance with the level of student needs. Unfortunately, there are still many educators who still use conventional teaching materials, namely ready-to-use teaching materials, just buy, instant, without efforts to plan, prepare, and arrange their own and do not attract children's attention in learning. So image media is used as a development effort in Indonesian learning. This study aims to determine the quality of teaching materials based on the validation of material experts and media experts, determine the attractiveness of teaching materials based on student responses, and determine the average increase in student learning achievement based on pretest and postes scores. This research was carried out at UPT SPF State Elementary School Number 105272 Purwodadi Sunggal for the 2023-2024 Learning Year. This research is development research. The subjects of the study were 36 students of grade V of UPT SPF State Elementary School Number 105272 Purwodadi Sunggal for the 2023-2024 Learning Year. The data collection techniques used are tests, questionnaires, and documentation. The data analysis techniques used are percentages and averages. The overall quality of teaching materials is good with a percentage of 78%. The results of the attractiveness of teaching materials based on student responses in limited trials obtained a percentage of 87% with a very interesting category, while in large group trials a percentage of 85% was obtained with a very interesting category.</p> 2024-03-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Beby Lidia Zuliani, Rahmat Kartolo, Sutikno Sutikno https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/803 Application of the Constructivism Model to Improve Vocabulary and Communication of Class III Students at SPF State Elementary School Number 104244 Jati Sari Lubuk Pakam, Deli Serdang District, School Year 2023-2024 2024-03-05T15:45:08+00:00 Indah Sulistia Wardana Atmaja sutikno2@umnaw.ac.id Sutikno Sutikno sutikno@umnaw.ac.id <p>The purpose of this study is to (1) find out whether the application of Gagnon and Collay's constructivism model can increase the vocabulary of grade III students of UPT SPF State Elementary School Number 104244 Jati Sari Lubuk Pakam using newspaper media. (2) To find out there is an interaction between the application of Gagnon and Collay's constructivism model with vocabulary. (3). To find out whether the application of the constructivism model of Gagnon and Collay can improve public communication of grade III students of UPT SPF State Elementary School Number 104244 Jati Sari Lubuk Pakam by using newspaper media. (4) To find out there is an interaction between the application of Gagnon and Collay's constructivism model with public communication. The research design used in this study is quantitative research. The population in this study is the entire class III UPT SPF State Elementary School Number 104244 Jati Sari Lubuk Pakam. The data collection technique uses Test Essay and Observation techniques. The research found that the constructivism model of Gagnon and Collay could increase vocabulary in grade III students of UPT SPF SDN No 104244 Jati Sari using newspaper media. However, the null hypothesis (Ho) was accepted, meaning there was no interaction between the model and vocabulary. In public communication, the alternative hypothesis (Ha) was accepted, and the null hypothesis (Ho) was accepted, indicating no interaction between the model and public communication.</p> 2024-03-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Indah Sulistia Wardana Atmaja, Sutikno Sutikno https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/804 Developing Reading Skills Picture Cards as a Learning Tool for First Grade Students at State Elementary School Number 107423 Tanjung Garbus Pagar Merbau District Deli Serdang 2023-2-24 2024-03-05T16:20:53+00:00 Rosliana Rosliana sutikno3@umnaw.ac.id Sutikno Sutikno sutikno@umnaw.ac.id <p>The use of the game method will be more effective if supported by the media as a learning aid in helping grade 1 elementary school students develop reading competence. The formulation of this research problem is: How is the development of reading competence through learning media picture cards of grade I students of SD Negeri Number 107423 Tanjung Garbus, Pagar Merbau District, Deli Serdang Regency for the 2023-2024 Academic Year?". This type of research is class action research (Class Action Research) consisting of two cycles. Research procedures include planning, implementation/action, observation/evaluation, and reflection. The subjects in this study were 27 grade I students of SD Negeri Number 107423 Tanjung Garbus. If you look at cycle I and cycle II, the percentage of students who are present at the time of learning activities increases from 100%, the percentage of listening to the teacher's explanation increases from 78% to 100%, the percentage of active in asking and answering increases from 44% to 89%, the percentage of student courage in describing picture cards increases from 26% to 78%, the percentage of accuracy in using picture card media increases from 19% to 93%,&nbsp; The percentage of completing assignments on time from 56% to 100%, the percentage of students who do other activities during the learning process (noisy, playing, disturbing friends, in and out of class) decreased from 30% to 7%. These results show that learning using pictorial media can affect student learning motivation, effective as a tool to train student courage, effective in training student discipline in appreciating time in learning. Student learning activities affect students' ability to read.</p> 2024-03-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Rosliana Rosliana, Sutikno Sutikno https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/805 Analysis of the Semiotic Meaning of the Procession and Offerings of the Tradition of Ruwatan for a Single Girl at Pre-wedding Ceremonies in Javanese Society from the Perspective of Islamic Religion in Pematang Tatal Village, Serdang Bedagai Regency 2024-03-05T17:52:41+00:00 Diah Safitri sutikno4@umnaw.ac.id Rahmat Kartolo sutikno@umnaw.ac.id Sutikno Sutikno sutikno@umnaw.ac.id <p>There is an opinion that considers that this Ruwatan tradition is a tradition of shirk people or can be said to believe in something other than Allah SWT. Problem formulation: (1). What is the traditional procession of ruwatan for a single girl? What is the semiotic meaning of the procession and offerings of the Ruwatan tradition for single girls at pre-wedding ceremonies in Javanese society, seen from an Islamic religious perspective in Pematang Tatal Village? This research is a qualitative descriptive study using a phenomenological approach. The research was carried out from October 2023 to January 2024 and was carried out in Pematang Tatal Village, Perbaungan District, Serdang Bedagai Regency. Techniques for collecting data to obtain the desired data, researchers use several methods, namely: (a). observation; (b). interview or interview; and (c) documentation. Data processing methods are: a. data check (editing); b. classification (classifying); c. verification (verifying); d. analysis (analyzing); e. conclusion (concluding). The study analyzes the semiotic meaning of various Ruwatan tradition ceremonies, including Sungkeman, Siraman, Haircut, Tirakatan, and Thanksgiving Prayer. The tradition is part of the Koran teachings for Muslims. Three opinions exist: opposition, pro, and tolerant. Opponents view it as a polytheistic Javanese custom, proponents preserve it as cultural heritage, and tolerants acculturate it to Islamic values.</p> 2024-03-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Diah Safitri, Sutikno Sutikno https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/806 Application of a Collaborative Learning Model to Improve Writing Skills of Class V SD UPT SPF Students at Tuntungan Pancur Batu School Year 2023-2024 2024-03-05T18:13:10+00:00 Rahmawati Rahmawati sutikno5@umnaw.ac.id Sutikno Sutikno sutikno@umnaw.ac.id <p>Through writing activities, a person can express thoughts and ideas to achieve goals and objectives. The objectives of this research are: (1). To describe the process of developing a collaborative learning model in improving students' writing skills and describe the effectiveness of using a collaborative learning model in improving the writing skills of fifth-grade students UPT SPF Elementary School Number 101826 Tuntungan Pancur Batu. The research design in this research is research and development. The subjects of this research were fifth-grade students at UPT SPF No. Elementary School. 101826 Tuntungan Pancur Batu for the 2023-2024 academic year. The object of research for this research is the writing learning model, namely a collaborative learning model implemented in class V students. The results of the research were: (1). The process of developing a collaborative learning model in improving descriptive text writing skills for fifth-grade students at UPT SPF Elementary School Number 101826 Tuntungan Pancur Batu, namely 1) orienting students, 2) forming groups, 3) preparing learning tasks, 4) facilitating student collaboration and 5) providing value and evaluate collaborative learning. (2). The validation results show that in the feasibility aspect of the material, an average validation score of 4.19 was obtained in the good category, then in the aspect of feasibility of presenting the material, an average validation score of 4 was obtained in the good category and the aspect of language appropriateness, the average score was found. -The validation average is 4.2 in the good category. (3) The collaborative learning model is effective in improving descriptive text writing skills by fifth-grade students at SD UPT SPF Number 101826 Tuntungan Pancur Batu.</p> 2024-03-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Rahmawati Rahmawati, Sutikno Sutikno https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/807 Developing Critical Reading Skills Teaching Materials with A Moral Message Based on The Short Story by Helby Tiana Rosa to The Class 2024-03-05T18:28:39+00:00 Jamilah Jamilah sutikno6@umnaw.ac.id Sutikno Sutikno sutikno@umnaw.ac.id <p>The use of short story teaching materials has great potential in students' reading skills. The purpose of this study is to determine the development and validation of teaching materials sourced from Helvy Tiada Rosa's short story for grade XI students of SMA Negeri 1 Galang Deli Serdang Regency for the 2023-2024 Learning Year. This research method uses the development of the R&amp;D cycle of Borg and Gall. The steps in this study are data collection, product design, design validation, design revision, product trial, product revision, usage trial, product revision, and mass results. His research instruments are non-tests and tests. Research uses material experts to validate teaching materials. Data analysis techniques with descriptive analysis. The results of the development of critical reading skills teaching materials containing moral messages sourced from Helvy Tiada Rosa's short story for grade XI of SMA Negeri 1 Galang are included in the "Good" category. The results of the validation of the development of literary appreciation teaching materials on the aspect of teaching material are 3, as a whole can be categorized as "Good". Based on the effectiveness of development using validated teaching materials, it was found that the skills to distinguish opinions and facts, the skills to distinguish reality and fantasy, the skills to follow instructions, the skills to find elements of propaganda, the skills to assess the integrity of ideas in the category are very good.</p> 2024-03-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Jamilah Jamilah, Sutikno Sutikno https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/809 Transformation of Family Roles and Dynamics In Adjusting to the Industrial Revolution 4.0 for Prosperity in Digital Era 2024-03-11T17:17:05+00:00 Jum Anggriani jumanggriani@univpancasila.ac.id Maimun maimun@radenintan.ac.id Indah Harlina indah_harlina@yahoo.com Suhendar suhendar@radenintan.ac.id <p>The fourth industrial revolution has brought about major changes in how we live and labor, specifically affecting family dynamics. This abstract explores how families adjust to these changes to maintain productivity and well-being in the digital age. We concentrate on the effects of technology adoption on the labor market and the necessary skills, including automation, artificial intelligence, and the Internet of Things (IoT). Adapting abilities to stay professionally relevant and maintain social-emotional balance in the face of evolving digitally affected interaction patterns is a major problem for families. This study emphasizes how crucial it is for families to adjust quickly in order to acquire new skills and maintain up good communication. We demonstrate how families can prosper in the digital age by effectively adapting. Families that recognize and solve these issues will be able to maintain their well-being in the face of swift global change.</p> 2024-03-17T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Jum Anggriani, Maimun Maimun, Indah Harlina, Suhendar https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/820 Leadership: Leadership and Coaching was given to Young Teacher participants 2024-03-25T02:45:00+00:00 Djoko Soelistya djoko_soelistya@umg.ac.id <p>After leadership training has been carried out, Young Teachers will have and demonstrate leadership behavior skills that are ready to take on challenges and can inspire students and other parties. From the training activities carried out, it can be concluded that the extension participants felt happy and satisfied with the exposure given. This is because the participants gain new understanding and skills in demonstrating leadership behavior. Indonesia Mengajar is a movement whose main activity is recruiting, training and sending young Indonesians who are the best university graduates, to serve for one year in various regions in Indonesia as elementary school teachers. Apart from their basic duties as teachers, these Young Teachers have the mandate to drive behavioral change in their places of duty.</p> 2024-04-20T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Djoko Soelistya https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/823 The Effectiveness of Campaign Digital Politics in Increasing the Electability of Prospective Candidates: A Analysis General Election of President and Vice President 2019 2024-03-26T17:03:05+00:00 Arif Hidayat arifh1077@gmail.com Lilik Puja Rahayu lilikpujarahayu27@gmail.com Cahyaning Bhakti Utami cahyaning1518@gmail.com Ine Anggraini ineanggraini@unsub.ac.id Yeyen Subandi yeyensubandi@gmail.com <p>In this digital era, political campaigns have experienced significant changes with the emergence of various social media platforms and digital technology. This phenomenon is no exception in the context of the 2019 presidential and vice-presidential general elections in Indonesia. Digital political campaigns have become an integral part of candidates' strategies in winning the hearts of voters and increasing their electability. In this analysis, we evaluate the effectiveness of digital political campaigns in increasing the electability of prospective candidates in the 2019 presidential and vice-presidential general elections. We identify the strategies and tactics used by candidates and their campaign teams in utilizing digital technology to achieve their political goals, as well as the impact digital political campaigns on public perception and the final results of the general election. Using qualitative analysis methods, we collect data from various social media platforms and apply content analysis to understand the influence of digital political campaigns. The research results show that digital political campaigns have a significant impact in increasing the electability of prospective candidates, by increasing visibility, recognition and interaction with voters through social media. In addition, we also discuss other factors that influence election outcomes, such as the participation of young voters, the potential for polarization, and the influence of dynastic politics. Thus, this analysis provides in-depth insight into the role of digital technology in contemporary politics and its implications for democracy and the general election process in Indonesia.</p> 2024-04-24T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Arif Hidayat, Lilik Puja Rahayu, Cahyaning Bhakti Utami, Ine Anggraini, Yeyen Subandi https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/860 Development of Writing Learning Materials and Indonesian Language Learning Media Using Ms. Powerpoint for Grade VII UPTD SMP Negeri 2 Pulau Rakyat Year 2023-2024 2024-05-10T07:41:24+00:00 Agustina sutikno8@umnaw.ac.id Sutikno sutikno@umnaw.ac.id <p>This research was conducted to produce the development of writing materials and learning media for Indonesian learning using Microsoft PowerPoint for grade VII semester 2 students of SMP Negeri 2 Pulau Rakyat. This type of development research data is in the form of qualitative data and quantitative data. The research used the development model and research and development (R&amp;D) of Borg and Gall. The purpose of this research is the compilation of a learning media product as an effort to develop writing material. In connection with this goal, researchers use seven steps in the development of learning media, namely analysis of teacher and student needs, product development with Microsoft PowerPoint, validation of media experts and material experts and Indonesian teachers, the first stage of revision, field trials, and finally the final stage of revision. The quality of learning media products can be known through the average obtained from the validation results of Indonesian teachers of 95%. The average percentage of the assessment results was 87.18% in the very good category. In addition, the quality of development products can also be known through the results of excellent student feedback. This research product is learning materials and media designed for class VII second semester. This product contains eight Competency Standards which are translated into seventeen Basic Competencies and contained in twelve lessons. The twelve lessons are organized and integrated with one main menu. Each media unit is arranged systematically including, perceptions, competency standards and basic competencies, indicators, materials, sample questions and competency tests in which there are various media arranged simultaneously including, text, audio recordings, video and animation. The results of this study are very relevant to the 2013 curriculum because they are in accordance with the standards of the learning process of interactive, inspiring, fun, creative, challenging and motivating students.</p> 2024-05-10T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Agustina, Sutikno https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/861 The Implementation of PAKEM Learning Method to Improve the Competence of the Students in Using Proverbs in Writing Among the Students of Grade V of Public Elementary School 104189 Datar City 2024-05-10T08:22:35+00:00 Hendro Poniman rahmatkartolo@umnaw.ac.id Rahmat Kartolo rahmatkartolo@umnaw.ac.id <p>The issues in this study is: How to improve the ability to use proverbs in the essays of fifth grade students of SD Negeri 104189 Kota Datar? The purpose of this study is to describe the improvement of the ability to use proverbs in the essays of the students of the fifth grade of SD Negeri 104189 Kota Datar. The type of research used is Classroom Action Research (PTK) using 3 cycles, namely cycle I, cycle II and cycle III, broadly speaking, there are four stages that are passed in carrying out Classroom Action Research (PTK), namely planning, implementing, observing and reflecting. The subjects in this study were fifth grade students of SD Negeri 104189 Kota Datar, a total of 39 people. The findings showed that the application of PAKEM method with proverbial teaching aids by the teachers of Grade V students of SD Negeri 104189 Kota Datar, as evidenced by the increase in student activity for each index. In the first indicator, the number of very active pupils rose from 4 in the first cycle to 10 in the second, and again to 21 in the third. The other indicators of student activity continued to increase in each cycle. The increase in the ability to use proverbs in the essays of fifth grade students of SD Negeri 104189 Kota Datar occurred significantly, this can be seen from the average value of the ability to use proverbs in cycles I, II and III. From cycle I to cycle II, the average ability to use proverbs increased from 48.84 to 69.23, an increase of 20.39, likewise from cycle II to cycle III increased from 69.23 to 75. 46 again increased by 6.23. Logically, from Cycle I to Cycle III it increased by 26.62.</p> 2024-05-10T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Hendro Poniman, Rahmat Kartolo https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/862 Implementation of a Scientific Learning Strategy Approach to Students’ Competence in Writing Short Stories in Class VIII 2024-05-10T15:14:52+00:00 Islah Hayati Ritonga yuliaarfanti@umnaw.ac.id Yulia Arfanti yuliaarfanti@umnaw.ac.id <p>This research aims to know: 1) The effect of scientific approach on students' ability to write short stories in class VIII of SMP Swasta Muhammadiyah 25 Rantau Parapat Labuhan Batu Regency learning year 2023-2024; 2) The difference in students' ability to write short stories with learning using the scientific approach with the Contectual Learning Teaching (CTL) approach in class VIII of SMP Swasta Muhammadiyah 25 Rantau Parapat Labuhan Batu Regency learning year 2023-2024. The population in this study were class VIII students of SMP Swasta Muhammadiyah 25 Rantau Parapat Labuhan Batu Regency for the learning year 2023-2024 as many as 7 classes, each class of 36 people. The population of this research is 252 people. The sampling technique used is the classter random sampling technique. The research sample consisted of 2 classes, namely a control class and an experimental class, each of which consisted of 36 children. Data collection techniques with instruments in the form of data tests of students' abilities in writing short stories. This research uses quantitative methods with a pseudo-experimental approach. The data analysis technique used is the t-test with two tailed paired sample t-test (two paired samples) at a significant level of α = 0.05. The results of hypothesis testing showed that: (1) There is an influence of scientific approach on students' ability to write short stories in class VIII of SMP Swasta Muhammadiyah 25 Rantau Parapat. This is known based on the t-test of scientific approach in the pre-test and post-test is (tcount 2.54&gt; ttable 1.99). While in the CTL approach during the pre-test and post-test based on the t-test results found that (tcount 0.05 &lt; ttable 1.99); (2) There is a difference in students' ability to write short stories with learning using a scientific approach with an approach that uses a CTL approach.</p> 2024-05-10T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Islah Hayati Ritonga, Yulia Arfanti https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/863 Increasing Interest in Learning by Applying Learning Summary Writing Skills Text Content Using Inspiring Stories Important Video Media for Student Class IX 2024-05-10T15:51:53+00:00 Keisi Tiara Sari risnawaty@umnaw.ac.id Risnawaty risnawaty.umnaw@gmail.com <p>The skill of writing a summary of the contents of an inspirational story text is very important for students to simplify and clarify something too long. The higher the student's writing ability, the higher the level of understanding of what has been conveyed/listened to. However, most students lack mastery of summarizing. This research aims to increase students' interest in learning by implementing learning skills in writing summaries of the contents of inspirational story texts using illustrated video media in class IX Plus students at Al-Azhar Medan Middle School, Medan Johor District, academic year 2023-2024. The subjects of this research were class IX Plus students at Al-Azhar Medan Middle School, Medan Johor District, for the 2023-2024 academic year, consisting of 40 students. The sample in this study is defined as individuals/students who constitute the entire population studied. The method used in this research is classroom action research (PTK). The indicators for this research are teachers who teach the material to write summary sentences and paragraphs on the contents of inspirational story texts. The data analysis technique used was classroom action research through Cycle I and Cycle II. Through the stages: class action plan, implementation, observation, and reflection according to the learning implementation plan (RPP) and syllabus applicable in the learning curriculum at Al-Azhar Middle School Medan. Based on data from 40 students, it was found that the percentage of classical student learning completeness in cycle I was 75% of the number of students who completed it, while 10 students did not complete it, and in cycle II it was 95% of the number of students who completed it, there were 38 students who did not complete it, while 2 did not complete it.</p> 2024-05-10T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Keisi Tiara Sari, Risnawaty https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/864 The Correlation of Writing Competency Using Indonesian Sentence Structure and Achievement Motivation on Class Student Learning Outcomes XII 2024-05-10T16:22:15+00:00 Maya Syahfitri Hasibuan sutikno11@umnaw.ac.id Sutikno sutikno@umnaw.ac.id <p>The problem in this research is the correlation between writing competence using Indonesian sentence structures and achievement motivation on the learning outcomes of class XII students at MA Al-Hidayah Teluk Panji, Kampung Rakyat District for the 2023-2024 academic year. This research aims to determine the correlation between writing competence using Indonesian sentence structures and achievement motivation together on the learning outcomes of class XII students at MA Al-Hidayah Teluk Panji, Kampung Rakyat District for the 2023-2024 academic year. The method used in this research is a descriptive method with correlation analysis techniques. The population in this study was all class The instruments used in data collection were tests and questionnaires. Tests are used to obtain data about the ability to use sentence structure and write exposition, and questionnaires are used to obtain data about students' achievement motivation. The results of the research show that there is a relationship between the ability to use sentence structure and achievement motivation together on the learning outcomes of class XII students at MA Al-Hidayah Teluk Panji at a significance level of 5%. Compared with the assessment criteria that have been proposed previously, it turns out that the tcount test value is greater than the ttable, so the Ha hypothesis is accepted. Thus, the ability to use sentence structure also has a relationship in writing expositions and student achievement motivation has a relationship in writing expositions in class XII students at MA Al-Hidayah Teluk Panji, Kampung Rakyat District, the academic year 2023-2024.</p> 2024-05-10T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Maya Syahfitri Hasibuan, Sutikno https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/865 Attempting to Increase the Learning Motivation of Grade X Students in Writing Expository Text Through Small Group Discussion Method Using Color Picture Media 2024-05-10T16:42:33+00:00 Muhammad Nasir rahmatkartolo1@umnaw.ac.id Rahmat Kartolo rahmatkartolo@umnaw.ac.id <p>This research aims to increase the learning motivation of Class The population of this research was all class X SMA N 1 Padang Tualang, totaling 286 students, the sample for this research was 94 students. The instrument used in this research was an official letter text writing test. This research is classroom action research. The results of the research show that it can be seen that the highest score achieved by students in the ability to write expository texts before using colored picture learning media (pre-test) was 79 and the lowest score was 50 in the very poor category, while the highest score achieved by students was in the ability to write expository texts after using the media. color picture learning is 98 and the lowest score is 88 in the very good category.</p> 2024-05-10T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Muhammad Nasir, Rahmat Kartolo https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/866 Develompent of Softskill Competencies in Writing Student Description Texts Using Learning Model Think Talk Write (TTW) Learning Model for Students of Grade VI 2024-05-10T17:15:06+00:00 Supurnamawati sutikno12@umnaw.ac.id Sutikno sutikno@umnaw.ac.id <p>The problems in this study are how is the ability to write descriptive text in class VI SD Negeri 104185 Semayang without using the Think Talk Write (TTW) learning model? And how is the development of the ability to write descriptive text in grade VI SD Negeri 104185 Semayang by using the Think Talk Write (TTW) learning model? This research aims to develop the competence of writing description text using Think Talk Write (TTW) learning model in grade VI students of SD Negeri 104185 Semayang. This research is an experimental research (pre-experimental design) with a one group pretest-posttest design using descriptive analysis and inferential statistical analysis conducted four times a meeting. The sample in the study was class VI SD Negeri 104185 Semayang as many as 31 people. The results of the study found two important things, namely. First, the level of ability to write descriptive text without using the Think Talk Write (TTW) learning model for grade VI students of SD Negeri 104185 Semayang obtained an average score of 62.90 with a mastery level of 55-65% with sufficient qualifications. Second, the level of ability to write descriptive text by using the Think Talk Write (TTW) learning model of grade VI students of SD Negeri 104185 Semayang obtained a score of 81.18 with a mastery level of 76%-85% with Good (B) qualifications. It is concluded that the ability to write descriptive texts of grade VI students of SD Negeri 104185 Semayang by using the Think Talk Write (TTW) learning model is better than not using the Think Talk Write (TTW) learning model.</p> 2024-05-10T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Supurnamawati, Sutikno https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/870 Demutru Values as Habitus in Building Religious and Community Life in Grime Nawa 2024-05-12T04:05:40+00:00 Imelda Baransano imeldabaransano92@gmail.com Izak Yohan Martriks Lattu imeldabaransano92@gmail.com Suwarto imeldabaransano92@gmail.com Tony Robert Christian Tampake tony.tampake@uksw.edu Hendrika, Yovania Karubaba hendrikayovaniakarubaba76@gmail.com <p>Research purposes This is to describe, Demutru Values as local wisdom of the Grim e Nawa Community in Ja y apura Regency-Papua and Demutru Values as Habitus in building religious and social life in Grim e Nawa Regency Jayapura-Papua. The research method used in this research is qualitative research with descriptive analysis using an ethnographic approach. Data collection techniques use observation, interviews and documentation methods. The research subjects were traditional leaders, community leaders, young men and women leaders and parents in society. Data analysis techniques through data reduction, data provision and drawing conclusions. The results of this research found that Demutru's values as a habitus in building religious and social life in Grime Nawa, Jayapura-Papua Regency are: <em>First, </em>values as a manager who organizes all activities in society. <em>Second, </em>the value of being a servant who solves problems in society by consensus. <em>Third, </em>the value of being a spiritual person who serves as a spiritual leader who guides people to meet Allah or Woirom. Meanwhile, the value of Demutru as a habitus for building religious life and society includes, <em>first, the field </em>, namely a structured place that forms the strength to unite in society. <em>Second, Habitus </em>contributes to forming a meaningful life of mutual respect and acceptance. <em>Third, the value of capital </em>shown in the social sector is visible through the harmonious life between religious communities in society.</p> 2024-05-12T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Imelda Baransano, Izak Yohan Martriks Lattu, Suwarto, Tony Robert Christian Tampake, Hendrika, Yovania Karubaba https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/831 Emotion Regulation in Psychology in Students 2024-04-08T01:33:00+00:00 Enny Fitriani ennyfitriani146@gmail.com Nurasyah nurasyahhrp@gmail.com Johannes johannes@ecampus.ut.ac.id Rini Fadhillah Putri rinifadhillah@umnaw.ac.id <p>This research aims to find out how students' emotional regulation is studied in psychology. The period of emotional development of students in their teenage years is a transitional period that is very vulnerable and requires guidance to be able to control emotions. Emotions are a very dangerous mental disorder. We will discuss several important aspects, including the types of emotion regulation strategies commonly used by students, campus environmental factors that influence emotion regulation, and the impact of emotion regulation on students' psychological well-being and academic achievement. Students often face complex academic, social, and emotional stress in the campus environment, so their ability to manage their emotions is critical to their well-being and academic success. The method used in this research is a qualitative descriptive method. The subjects of this research were students at the Indah Medan College of Health Sciences. The results of the analysis using observation techniques. Through this research, it is hoped that there will be a better understanding of the role of emotional regulation in students' lives, as well as practical implications for the development of coaching and intervention programs in higher education environments.</p> 2024-05-12T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Enny Fitriani, Nurasyah, Johannes, Rini Fadhillah Putri https://ejournal.ipinternasional.com/index.php/ijere/article/view/832 The Role of Digital Literacy in Islamic Religious Education Learning in the Technology Era at MAN 3 Banyuwangi 2024-04-20T05:10:52+00:00 Endhang Suhilmiati endangsuhilmiati11@gmail.com Ita Musfirowati Hanika ita.mh@universitaspertamina.ac.id Nurul Rida Hardiyanti nurulrida28@gmail.com Atep Jejen jejenatep218@gmail.com Aden Sutiapermana adensutiapermana@upi.edu <p>Islamic education is an important aspect of the MAN 3 Banyuwangi curriculum, which is now faced with challenges and opportunities with the development digital technology. In this era, digital literacy is becoming a crucial factor in facilitating the Islamic religious learning process in schools. Study This aim is to deepen the role deep digital literacy context learning Islamic religious education at MAN 3 Banyuwangi. With a qualitative approach, research This utilizes interviews, observations, and analysis content to explore how digital literacy influences and is implemented in Islamic religious learning in schools. Findings from the study This discloses that digital literacy plays an important role in increasing the quality of Islamic religious learning at MAN 3 Banyuwangi. Teachers use various digital resources, such as learning videos and Islamic religious websites, to enrich their experience. Study, student. Students are also actively using technology to look for information and discussion about the Islamic religion. However, there are also challenges related to accessibility, technology, and the development of digital literacy skills among students. This study also highlights the importance of integrating technology into the curriculum of Islamic religious education at MAN 3 Banyuwangi. By utilizing digital literacy effectively, schools can increase understanding and experience. Study students related to the Islamic religion. Study This contributes to our understanding of how technology can be used to enrich Islamic religious learning at MAN 3 Banyuwangi, as well as the associated challenges and strategies with the integration deep digital literacy in Islamic education.</p> 2024-05-12T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Endhang Suhilmiati, Ita Musfirowati Hanika, Nurul Rida Hardiyanti, Atep Jejen, Aden Sutiapermana