International Journal of Educational Research Excellence (IJERE) <p>Welcome to the <strong>International Journal of Educational Research Excellence (IJERE), <a href="" 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> PT Inovasi Pratama Internasional en-US International Journal of Educational Research Excellence (IJERE) 2830-7933 Analysis of Mathematical Literacy Behaviour of Junior High School Students <p>Literacy is not only an ability to read and write but also to interpret responses and understand, as well as an ability to do daily activities. Research previously studied ability literacy in aspects cognitive, whereas aspects are affective and psychomotor. The same importance is placed on an aspect of cognitive—the study of cognitive, affective and psychomotor behaviour. Therefore, this research aims to find out and measure the extent of mathematical literacy among students at one of the Cirebon Regency junior high schools. School This is taken with the purposive random sampling method. Study This uses instrument rubric behaviour literacy mathematics and tests literacy valid and reliable mathematics. The result shows literacy mathematical students dominated by level moderate (51.51%). Behaviour literacy mathematical students are differentiated into three categories, namely superior, regular, and inferior; presentation behaviour literacy mathematical student is 30% for inferior, 50% for regular, and 20% for superior. The writer recommends that the teacher give questions to students with a hook with Life a Day so that students can understand the questions given.</p> Widenisah Maulani Hadiyati Muhammad Firhan Arrazi Muchamad Subali Noto Sri Asnawati Copyright (c) 2024 Widenisah, Maulani Hadiyati, Muhammad Firhan Arrazi, Muchamad Subali Noto, Sri Asnawati 2024-07-09 2024-07-09 3 2 493 508 10.55299/ijere.v3i2.925 The Religious Practices of Indonesian Students Studying in Turkey <p>The practice of religion for Indonesian students studying in Turkey deserves the attention of academics. This is because conditions, student backgrounds, distance and time differences between two countries can be factors in the fluctuations in the practice of religion for students. This research aims to prove whether Indonesian students in Turkey still consistently implement Islamic teachings. This research uses a qualitative research method with a case study approach to obtain in-depth data and information findings. The data collection technique used was interviews. The interview aspect is an important factor for student informants, to explore in detail and in depth about religious practices in Turkey. The research findings show that 1) Indonesian students still practice Islamic teachings while in Turkey, 2) Students use Islamic teachings and values as guidelines for carrying out daily activities and activities in Turkey, and 3) Students believe that religion is the basic motivation and guidance for life. strong and persistent in completing studies in Turkey.</p> Dalmi Iskandar Sultani Cita Ayni Putri Silalahi Sujarwo Dinil Abrar Naufa Hanif Suci Amanda Putri Fathin Nazirah Aulia Copyright (c) 2024 Dalmi Iskandar Sultani, Cita Ayni Putri Silalahi, Sujarwo, Dinil Abrar, Naufa Hanif, Suci Amanda Putri, Fathin Nazirah Aulia 2024-07-09 2024-07-09 3 2 487 492 10.55299/ijere.v3i2.933 Digital Teaching Materials Narrative Text-The Fiction of Good Character-Oriented for Class VII MTS/SMP <p>The research carried out is a type of development research or Research and Development (R&amp;D). As for the Research and Development (R&amp;D) method in this research, researchers used the ADDIE development model. Data collection techniques used in research are observation, questionnaires, interviews and documentation. The research carried out is a type of development research or Research and Development (R&amp;D). As for the Research and Development (R&amp;D) method in this research, researchers used the ADDIE development model. Data collection techniques used in research are observation, questionnaires, interviews and documentation. The results of research on digital teaching materials for narrative texts - fiction oriented towards noble morals which are arranged in the form of digital flipbook teaching modules, contain linguistic elements, structure, content, inspirational characters and the four characteristics of the apostle (noble character). The implementation of digital teaching materials after going through limited trials and expanding as learning progressed, Indonesian language teachers and students stated that the short story texts containing the four characteristics of the apostle (noble morals) were very suitable and appropriate as teaching material in learning.</p> Ishak Sanusi Abdur Razak Mira Nuryanti Copyright (c) 2024 Ishak Sanusi, Abdur Razak, Mira Nuryanti 2024-07-10 2024-07-10 3 2 493 499 10.55299/ijere.v3i2.934 The Role of Families and Nursing Homes in Improving the Quality of Life of The Elderly in Tanjungpinang City <p>This research discusses the role of families and nursing homes in improving the quality of life of the elderly. Social problems facing the elderly include the ability of families and nursing homes to meet their needs. The elderly are part of the demographic bonus challenge and need support for physical, economic, psychological and social well-being. Shifts in family functions have led to an increase in the number of elderly people in nursing homes. The International Convention on the Elderly emphasizes the importance of access to basic needs and employment opportunities, but Indonesia has not ratified this convention, even though there are local policies that recognize the elderly as a vulnerable group that must be empowered. This research uses a constructivist paradigm and qualitative methods with in-depth interviews and participant observation to collect data. The results show that the pattern of caring for elderly people in families and nursing homes is different, with nursing homes often being a place for elderly people who have been neglected by their families. Families have an important role in caring for and supporting elderly people, which can significantly influence their quality of life. Nursing homes also play a role in providing care and support, but face challenges such as limited resources and social stigma. This research highlights the importance of a holistic approach in elderly care, both in the context of families and nursing home institutions. Well-functioning families and well-managed nursing homes can improve the quality of life of seniors, by taking into account their physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs.</p> Emmy Solina Darsono Wisadirana Wawan Edi Kuswandoro Anif Fatma Chawa Casiavera Copyright (c) 2024 Emmy Solina, Darsono Wisadirana, Wawan Edi Kuswandoro, Anif Fatma Chawa, Casiavera 2024-07-13 2024-07-13 3 2 500 508 10.55299/ijere.v3i2.926