slot gacor slot demo slot gacor Indonesian Journal of Education and Mathematical Science 2024-06-06T04:39:23+00:00 Administrator Jurnal Open Journal Systems <table width="880" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0"><tbody><tr><td class="xl65" width="929" height="105"><p align="justify"><strong>Indonesian Journal of Education and Mathematical Science</strong> is a double-blind peer-reviewed and open access journal. The IJEMS journal is one of the international journals managed by Universitas Muhammadiyah Sumatera Utara to improve the abilities of lecturers and researchers in writing and research in the fields of education, mathematics and science. All articles will be reviewed by experts before being accepted for publication. This journal is open to authors worldwide regardless of nationality.<br /><br /> Indonesian Journal of Education and Mathematical Science warmly welcomes manuscripts sent by educators, senior researchers, and final year students. This journal has the following Scope such as, General Education, Mathematics Education, Religious Education, Applied Mathematics, Society, Computer Engineering, Science and Technology as well as community services. Indonesian Journal of Education and Mathematical Science was first published in January 2020. It is published three times a year in January, May and September. This journal has been accredited by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology, Directorate General of Higher Education <strong>Number 204/E/KPT/2022.</strong></p></td></tr></tbody></table> Pond-Based Scientific Approach and Learning Motivation on Student Learning Outcomes 2024-06-06T01:53:03+00:00 Basruddin Basruddin Rego Devilla Saripuddin Saripuddin Muqtakdir Nurfalaq Syarif Wahyudi Putera <p>The pond-based scientific approach is a scientific approach for students in the aquaculture area, which requires the support of local wisdom-based learning media. With the many scientific approaches that exist, it does not make it difficult for students to raise local wisdom, namely aquaculture, to be used as research in obtaining student learning outcomes. The scientific approach can also provide learning motivation to students so that students are motivated to study harder in lifting student learning outcomes. This study aims to determine the literature review related to the pond-based scientific approach and learning motivation in improving student learning outcomes. The research method chosen is descriptive quantitative by first testing validity, reliability, classical assumptions, partial (t) and simultaneous (f) testing using the help of SPSS Ver,- 2023 software for windows. Data collection was carried out by interview, documentation and questionnaires distributed to respondents who had a population of 200 respondents of SDN 37 Bulu-Bulu, Pangkajene District and the sample was taken by random sampling using 15% of the population totaling 30 respondents of SDN Bulu-bulu students, Pangkajene District, Pangkep Regency. The results of the study partially test or test (t) and simultaneous test (f) pond-based scientific approach has a significant effect on student learning outcomes SDN 37 Bulu-bulu Pangkajene District Pangkep Regency. Then the partial test or test (t) or simultaneous test (f) student learning motivation has a significant effect on the learning outcomes of students of SDN 37 Bulu-bulu, Pangkajene District, Pangkep Regency.</p> 2024-05-11T03:49:29+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Dr. Wahyudi Putera, Dr. Saripuddin Implementation of the Computer-Based National Assessment-Oriented School Literacy Movement Policy for Elementary School Students in Bireuen District 2024-06-06T01:53:03+00:00 Ruwaeda Ruwaeda Siraj Siraj Iskandar Iskandar The school literacy movement (SLM) is more than just reading and writing but includes thinking skills according to stages and literacy components. SLM aims to develop student ethics through the development of a literacy ecosystem, so that students become lifelong learners. But the problem is difficulty listening and telling stories longer, difficulty understanding the intent and purpose of SLM. This study aims to: (1) describe planning, (2) describe implementation, (3) describe the evaluation of the implementation of the school literacy movement (SLM) policy oriented to computer-based national assessment in elementary school students in Bireuen Regency. This research is a field study using a qualitative approach conducted at SD 4 in Bireuen Regency. The data was collected through interviews, and observation. Data analysis techniques are carried out through data reduction and data presentation. The results showed that: (1) Computer-based National Assessment-oriented School Literacy Movement policy implementation planning: (a) goal and target planning, (b) problem identification, (c) stakeholder identification, (d) resources and budget, (e) strategy, (f) monitoring and evaluation, (g) improvement and learning, (h) problem formulation, (i) recommendations, (j) result monitoring, (k) performance evaluation, (l) Computer-based National Assessment-oriented School Literacy Movement policy implementation. (2) Implementation of Computer-based National Assessment-oriented School Literacy Movement policy: (a) allocating natural resources and human resources, (b) hardware and software, (c) technological infrastructure, (d) educational content, (e) training and professional development, (f) coaching and supervision, (g) administration and reporting, (h) communication and awareness, (i) research evaluation and budget, (j) awards and recognition, (l) ensuring data security and privacy,  (k) Stakeholder involvement, (l) Achievement of targets in implementation, (m) Quality in implementation, (n) communication and coordination in implementation. (3) Evaluation of Computer-based National Assessment-oriented School Literacy Movement Implementation for Elementary School Students in Bireuen District, which are the effectiveness of policy implementation, efficient policy implementation, satisfactory policy implementation, equality and equity of implementation, student response to implementation and accuracy of policy implementation. 2024-05-11T03:49:29+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Mrs Ruwaeda, Ms Siraj, Ms Iskandar Methods of Finding All Factors of a Natural Number 2024-06-06T01:53:03+00:00 Aschale Moges Belay Snehashish Chakraverty <span class="fontstyle0">This study focused on \Methods of finding all factors of a natural number". The study was designed to show the simplest and precise methods of finding all factors of a natural number, and to point out the advantages of the simplest and precise methods of finding all factors of a natural number. The study found out that SPAM</span><span class="fontstyle2">1 </span><span class="fontstyle0">method and method of using REM</span><span class="fontstyle2">2 </span><span class="fontstyle0">formulas are simple and precise methods to find all factors of a given natural number. By applying the preliminary concepts for the simplest and precise methods of finding all factors of a natural number, methods of finding all factors of a natural number i.e. SPAM method and method of using REM formulas are developed in this study.</span> <br /><br /> 2024-05-11T03:49:29+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Aschale Moges Belay Optimization of Increasing Teacher Engagement through Strengthening Self-Efficacy, Interpersonal Communication, Organizational Culture and Job Satisfaction 2024-06-06T01:53:03+00:00 Yefri Edowai Andi Hermawan Soewarto Hardhienata The unity of teachers with the organization where they work, where the teacher feels that he has an organization and enjoys the conditions of the organization and his work, not only physically but also rationally, emotionally and normatively, so that the teacher feels satisfied and loyal to work in his organization is called teacher engagement. Optimal teacher engagement behavior will have a positive impact on the performance of their work and the madrasah institution. With a sense of love for their work and institution, teachers in carrying out their work work without knowing the time and fully invest themselves and their energy because they are no longer carrying out obligations, but the teaching profession has become a service. in his life. The aim of this research is to find strategies and ways to increase teacher engagement by conducting research on the influence of the variables of self-efficacy, interpersonal communication, organizational support and job satisfaction. This research uses the path analysis method to determine the influence between the variables studied and the SITOREM method for indicator analysis to obtain optimal solutions to increase teacher engagement. 2024-05-11T03:49:29+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Yefri Edowai, Andi Hermawan, Soewarto Hardhienata Increasing Lecturer Innovation through Strengthening Personality, Transformational Leadership, Organizational Culture and Work Motivation Using Path Analysis and SITOREM Analysis Techniques at Politeknik Negeri Jakarta 2024-06-06T01:53:03+00:00 Eni Susanti Bibin Rubini Sri Setyaningsih This study aims to find out empirical data and find strategies and ways to increase lecturer innovation through efforts to strengthen personality, transformational leadership, organizational culture and work motivation. This study uses the path analysis method that is used to determine the direct and indirect effect between variables, then followed by SITOREM analysis to analyze the indicators of research variables so that efforts will be made to increase lecturer innovation through strengthening personality, leadership transformational, organizational culture and work motivation. The population of this study was a lecturer at the Jakarta State Polytechnic, totaling 398 lecturers with a number of research samples of 200 lecturers taken with random sampling techniques using the Slovin formula. The results of the path analysis shows that there is a significant positive direct effect of personality (X1) on lecturer innovation (Y) with βy1 = 0.205, there is a significant positive direct effect of transformational leadership (X2) on lecturer innovation (Y) with βy2 = 0.245, there is a significant positive direct of organizational culture (X3) on lecturer innovation (Y) with βy3 = 0.211, there is a significant positive direct effect of work motivation (X4) on lecturer innovation (Y) with βy4 = 0.344. There is a significant positive direct of personality (X1) on work motivation (X4) with βy41 = 0.239, there is a significant positive direct of transformational leadership (X2) on work motivation (X4) with βy42 = 0.301, there is a significant positive direct effect of organizational culture ( X3) on work motivation (X4) with βy43 = 0.394. There is a significant positive indirect effect of personality (X1) on lecturer innovation (Y) through work motivation (X4) with βxy1 = 0.049, there is a significant positive indirect effect of transformational leadership (X2) on lecturer innovation (Y) through work motivation (X4) With βxy2 = 0.074, there is a significant positive indirect effect of organizational culture (X3) on lecturer innovation (Y) through work motivation (X4) with βxy3 = 0.083. And based on the SITOREM analysis, several efforts were made to increase lecturer innovation by improving indicators, are: 1) product development; 2) use of new models; 3) product improvement; 4) products produced; 5) communication with customers; 6) model improvement and 7) relationships with customers. Efforts to strengthen personality by improving indicators, are: 1) openness; 2) awareness; and 3) neuroticism, and maintaining or developing good indicators, are: 1) agreeableness and 2) extraversion. Efforts to strengthen transformational leadership by improving indicators, are: 1) exemplary; 2) inspiration; and 3) innovative behavior; and maintaining or developing good indicators, are: 1) creation; 2) trusted behavior; and 3) loyalty. Efforts to strengthen organizational culture by maintaining or developing good indicators, are: 1) the atmosphere felt by members in the life of the organization, 2) the most important (dominant) values that members, 4) patterns of organizational behavior, and 5) norms and standards of behavior at work; And efforts to strengthen work motivation by improving indicators, are: 1) achievement; 2) meeting affiliate needs; 3) work completion; and 4) participation, and maintaining or developing good indicators, namely; 1) morale; 2) opportunities and 3) utilization of expertise. 2024-05-11T03:49:29+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Eni Susanti, Bibin Rubini, Sri Setyaningsih Implications of Digital Library Transformation on the Learning Process of Accounting Education Students 2024-06-06T01:53:03+00:00 Faisal Rahman Dongoran Suci Khairani Lola Fadhillah <p class="AbstractText">The purpose of this study was to determine the impact of digital Digital transformation in the library on the learning process of accounting education students, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Universitas Muhammadiyah Sumatera Utara, Indonesia. This research uses a quantitative approach because the observed phenomena are converted into numbers that are analysed using statistics. The sample in this study consisted of 79 students of accounting education programme. The results showed that there was an effect of digital transformation in the library on the students' learning process. This can be shown by the Fcount score of 97.639 with a significance level of 0.000 &lt;0.05, in other words, there is an influence of the library digital transformation variable (X) on the students' learning process (Y). In addition, the coefficient of determination (R2) of 0.559 or 55.9% is influenced by the digital transformation in the library and is significant for the learning process of the students of the accounting education programme, while the remaining 44.1% is influenced by other variables not studied.</p><p class="AbstractText"><strong>Keywords: Digital Transformation, Digital Library, Students’ Learning Process.</strong></p> 2024-05-11T03:49:29+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Faisal Rahman Dongoran, Suci Khairani, Lola Fadhillah Initial Study: The Effect of Digital Literacy on Students' Argumentation Skills in Junior High School on the Materials of Motion, Waves and Light 2024-06-06T01:53:03+00:00 Neni Septiani Darmaji Darmaji Dwi Agus Kurniawan <p>The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of digital literacy on students' argumentation skills in junior high school on vibration, wave and light materials. The method used in this research is a qualitative method, with the type of research using an initial study obtained by interview, the subjects and samples of this study were science teachers at Muaro Jambi State 1 Junior High School and Muaro Jambi State 33 Junior High School, the sampling technique in this study was purposive sampling technique, the instrument used was an interview with 20 questions, the data analysis used was Mile and Huberman analysis. Based on the research that has been done, the results show that digital literacy can improve students' argumentation skills. So the conclusion of this study is that digital literacy has an influence on students' argumentation skills.</p> 2024-05-18T07:10:08+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Neni Septiani, Darmaji Darmaji, Dwi Agus Kurniawan The Development of Augmented Reality-based Geometry Module (AR-Geo) to Improve Spatial Ability in Learning 3D Geometry Material in SMA Negeri 3 Medan 2024-06-06T01:53:03+00:00 Mesayu Ardiningtyas Zainal Azis Irvan Irvan This research aims to develop an augmented reality-based teaching material, namely the AR-Geo module on 3D Geometry material at SMA Negeri 3 Medan. These teaching materials are able to determine the level of validity, practicality, and effectiveness of the AR-Geo module and student responses to learning. This research method used research and development (R&amp;D) through the ADDIE model. The subjects of the study involved students of class XII IPS 1 SMAN 3 Medan in the academic year 2023/2024 totaling 36 students. The research instruments employed AR-Geo module assessment sheets by media and material expert lecturers, mathematics teachers, peers, student ability tests and student response questionnaires, as well as student spatial ability tests. The results indicate that the material expert score is 91,53% and the design expert score is 90,53%, classified as very valid. The practicality of the module can be identified from the teacher response questionnaire score of 80,00% classified as practical, and the questionnaire score in the small group trial of 84,26%, field test 84,38% classified as very practical. The effectiveness is shown by 83,33% of students completing the learning outcomes test, and the results of the N-Gain calculation are 17 students experiencing an increase in medium spatial ability and 19 students experiencing an increase in high spatial ability. As a result, the development of augmented reality-based modules for 3D geometry material that has been developed is feasible to use. 2024-05-31T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Mesayu Ardiningtyas, Zainal Azis, Irvan Irvan Increasing Knowledge about First Aid for Falls in Primary School Children 2024-06-06T01:54:28+00:00 Fahru Rozi Irma Ristivani Ismah Fahrizah Andry Andry Azzahra Bulan Maghfira Febriana Wahyuningtias Nabella Kartika Dewi M.Adamfian M.H Bertold Yunus Ahmad Khoirul Fikri <p>Elementary school children are those who are in their growth period. During their growth period, it is not uncommon for them to be very active and explore new things. While exploring, some of them may fall, slip, get scratched and get wounds on their hands, foreheads or feet. The wounds they get are certainly a valuable experience for them, but do children know how to handle them properly when a child gets injured? Education needs to be given to children so that children at least know what steps or methods to take when they get injured. Based on the results of observations made by the author at SD Negeri 013, Suko Mulyo Village, Sepaku. Education regarding handling open wounds has not been provided optimally. Therefore, the author conducted outreach at the elementary school regarding handling open wounds in children so that children and teachers at the school would pay more attention to how to handle open wounds when children experience falls or other things that cause injuries. The method used is observation and an approach through Role Playing Models. Respondents consisted of 18 grade 4 children at SD Negeri 013. The results achieved showed that children knew what tools were and how to handle open wounds as evidenced by recalling that children were able to mention first aid steps for open wounds in the correct order.</p> 2024-05-31T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 irma ristivani Full Paper Vol 5 No. 2 2024 2024-06-06T04:39:23+00:00 Asrar Aspia Manurung This paper contains the submission of full paper of Vol 5 No 2 2024 2024-05-31T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Asrar Aspia Manurung