The paper examined the contributions of the school as an agent of socialization in the teaching and learning of norms and values which are two essential ingredients that can make a society secure and safe. It is revealed in the paper that, the current status of high crime waves as witnessed in society (i.e youth restiveness, examination malpractice, bribery and corruption, human trafficking drug abuse, banditry, kidnappings) among others, could be minimised if not eradicated when the school effectively and efficiently contributes its role. Teaching democratic principles such as: rule of laws, due process, liberty, peaceful coexistence, tolerance, teaching the need to appreciate the virtue of hard work as against the get rich quick syndrome among others, are some of the ways the school contributes to the teaching and learning of norms and values in Nigerian.
This study aims to determine the application of hybrid learnig after the COVID-19 pandemic at Universitas Quality. Research is descriptive research. Data collection techniques are carried out by interview and questionnaire methods. The results of this study show that with the implementation of Hybrid Learning, students have succeeded in achieving learning objectives, the level of participation of students and lecturers in category learning is very high and the supporting facilities for the learning system with Hybrid Learning are adequate. Thus, the application of Hybrid Learning post COVID-19 in Universitas Quality is considered effective.
Heryanto, Elisa, Datten, and Eduard (2022) Hybrid Learning After the Covid-19 Pandemic at Universitas Quality, International Journal of Education, Learning and Development, Vol. 10, No.11, pp.73-80
This research is aimed at designing an efficient hybrid learning model in learning Basic Accounting Practices. This learning model is expected to be used as a guide by lecturers who support courses in planning, implementing and evaluating their learning activities. The hardware used is a Laptop, Web Camera, Bluetooth Headset, LCD Projector, while the software is Google Meet. Research activities are carried out through 3 stages, namely: program planning, development and implementation, evaluation. The target subjects are students of the Bali State Polytechnic Accounting Department in semester 2, the target object is a learning device for the Basic Accounting Practice course. The results show that this simple hybrid learning model can be applied effectively in learning Basic Accounting Practices. This is indicated by the level of student satisfaction with the reliability of the learning model (material, design, media) using the 5 scale is an average of 4.0 (Satisfied) with an average learning outcome value of 81.01 (A). Suggestions from students are the need for reliable Wi-Fi and LCD projector facilities in every classroom.
Citation: Sugiarta K., Ardina C., and Ariana M. (2022) Hybrid Learning Model in the Teaching and Learning Process Basic Accounting Practice, International Journal of Education, Learning and Development, Vol. 10, No.10, pp.48-56
Effect of Improvised Chemical Models in The Teaching and Learning of Chemistry Among Senior Secondary Student Achievement in Makurdi Local Government Area (Published)
This study investigates the effect of improvised chemical model in teaching and learning of chemistry in Makurdi Local Government of Benue state. Three research questions and one research hypothesis was answered and tested at 0.05 level of significant, there was a significant different between student taught with improvised chemical model and those taught without improvised chemical models. Study made use of descriptive survey and experimental design. The population of the students comprise of 30 students from two secondary school. The result of the findings revealed that the level of improvised chemical model for teaching and learning is very poor, since the improvised chemical model strengthen their verbal instruction and reduce the abstract nature of the chemical concept and the students perform very well when taught with improvised chemical models, therefore there is need for all the teachers to be involved in improvisation of chemical models for better understanding of their lesson.
Citation: Omale Onuh (2022) Effect of Improvised Chemical Models in The Teaching and Learning of Chemistry Among Senior Secondary Student Achievement in Makurdi Local Government Area, International Journal of Education, Learning and Development, Vol. 10, No.7, pp.52-61
Fully Online E-Learning Model Development as an Online Learning Model during the Covid-19 Pandemic (Published)
During the Covid-19 pandemic, all teaching and learning activities at educational institutions were requested by the government to be carried out online. Therefore, there are no more learning activities carried out face-to-face in the classroom. This research was conducted to provide an overview of the online learning model in fully online e-learning with the blended learning method. By using this model, students do not need to open many platforms in carrying out learning activities. The innovation target to be achieved is the creation of an integrated online learning model in E-Learning at the Bali State Polytechnic Learning Management System. The method used in this research is development research design, starting from problem identification, model design, expert validation, and model testing. The data collected is qualitative data, namely the results of product quality assessments from experts and student responses. The data was collected by using a questionnaire, documentation, and observation. The results showed that the fully online e-learning model was feasible to be used as an online learning model. This is indicated by the results of the expert’s assessment on the material and media aspect of 4 (Good). Likewise, the results of student assessments showed an average score of 4 (Good).
Citation: Komang Sugiarta, Cening Ardina, Komang Wiratama,(2022) Fully Online E-Learning Model Development as an Online Learning Model during the Covid-19 Pandemic, International Journal of Education, Learning and Development, Vol. 10, No.1, pp.16-23
Descriptive Analytical Study on the Causes and Impact of Students’ Indisposed Use of University Library on the Educational Process (Published)
The university library is an essential knowledge provider that supports educational process. Nevertheless, it is noted that the university library use rate is low. This research examines the most corresponding causes of this indisposed use, explores the necessary ways to enhance the contribution of academic libraries in the educational process and proposes recommendations that enable the library to achieve its educational aims. Focused on a sample of 800 students of King Abdulaziz University, this paper adopts a descriptive survey-based approach using questionnaires & focus group discussions. The results revealed a clear decrease in the number of library users, and an image of the library as an unimportant accessory.
Utilization of Social Media for Academic Purposes by Business Education Students in Nigerian Colleges of Education (Published)
The proliferation of social media platforms and the high volume of social media subscription by members of the academia demand that researches be conducted to investigate its influence on academic activities among students and teachers. This study examined the influence of social media on academic activities of business education students in colleges of education in Osun State. Descriptive survey design was adopted for the study, Three research questions guided the study.The study was conducted in the two Colleges of Education in Osun State offering Business Education programme. Osun State College of Education, Ila Orangun and Osun State College of Education, Ilesa. No sample was drawn as a census study was conducted. A structured questionnaire with 38 items was used to collect data from the respondents. Mean rating was used to analyze the data collected in order to answer the research questions. The study identified various social media platforms being used by business education teachers and students for academic activities by business education students in colleges of education in Osun State. The study revealed that in spite of a few challenges, social media are being reasonably utilized for teaching and learning and they collectively have salutary influence on academic activities. It was recommended that business education students should be better encouraged to use various social media platforms for academic activities while various group chats should be created in order to academic interactions on the social media.
Challenges and Solutions of Acquiring Environmental Teaching and Learning Experiences of OTM Programme in Rivers State Polytechnics (Published)
The study adopted survey research design on challenges and solutions of acquiring environmental teaching and learning experiences of OTM programme in Rivers State Polytechnics.. The population of the study was drawn from CEAPOLY and KENPOLY of NDII, HNDI and HNDII numbered 596 students of OTM programme with a sample of 234 using Krejie and Morgan sampling technique. The research instrument used was “challenges and solutions of acquiring environmental teaching and learning experiences”, (CASAETALE) with a five point scale. The instrument was subjected to face and content validation by three experts. To ascertain the reliability and consistency of measurement, a pilot study was carried on 12 students which yielded 0.97 co-efficient. A total of 234 copies of the questionnaire were administered and 132 successfully retrieved. Mean statistics was used to answer the research questions, Standard Deviation used to find out the extent in which scores clustered around the means and t-test used to analyse the hypotheses. The finding showed that there was very high level of challenges of acquiring environmental teaching and learning experiences and very high level of solutions to those challenges of acquiring environmental teaching and learning experiences of OTM programme. Among other things, it was recommended that government and concerned organizations should make appropriate and adequate teaching and learning environment, facilities and equipment for appropriate environmental teaching and learning experiences to take place in the Polytechnics in Rivers State.
Nature School Learning Model (Case Study at the School of Universe, Lebak Wangi Village, Parung District, Bogor Regency) (Published)
This study aimed to: (1) examine the nature school learning model at the School of Universe, Lebak Wangi Village, Parung District, Bogor Regency, (2) analyze the factors supporting the success of the learning model at the School of Universe, Lebak Wangi Village, Parung District, Bogor Regency. This study used a qualitative approach with a case study method. Data collection techniques carried out in this study were: interviews, observation and documentation. Data analysis in this study used interactive models of Miles and Huberman, with steps: data reduction, data model, conclusion and verification. The findings of the study showed that: (1) the learning model in the School of Universe using the spider webb learning model was done by determining the theme. Fields of study in thematic approaches included Science, Mathematics, Indonesian, Social, Green Lab, Cooking, Business, and Morals, (2) the factors supporting the success of the learning model at SD School of Universe were: qualified teachers, the methods used included: exemplary methods, natural learning methods, outbound methods, business methods, adequate facilities and infrastructure, including teacher reading resources to add insight and produce the latest innovations in the field of education, as well as parental supports. The findings of this study were recommended to be applied in conventional schools by collaborating the curriculum with school of universe typical learning model.
Peer Led Team Learning and Secondary School Students Academic Performance in Arithmetic Progression in Uyo Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria (Published)
This study sought to determine the influence of peer led team learning of secondary school students’ academic performance in arithmetic progression in mathematics. Two each of purpose of study, research questions and hypotheses were formulated to guide the investigation. Quasi-experimental research design was adopted for the study. The population of the study was all SS2 students in pubic secondary schools in Uyo Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria numbering 5768. The sample was made up of 400 SS2 students selected from two secondary schools in the Local Government Area. Data for the study were gathered using a researcher made “Mathematics Achievement Test in Arithmetic Progression” (MATAP). The reliability of the instrument was determined using split half method, which yielded a coefficient of 0.78. The findings of the study revealed that students taught arithmetic progression using peer led team learning method performed better than students taught using lecture method. The result also indicated that male and female students taught arithmetic progression using peer led team learning do not differ significantly in their academic performance. It was recommended among others that teachers should use peer led team learning in the teaching of Arithmetic Progression.