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Journal of Education, Teaching and Learning

Sep 30, 2021 Volume 6, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 15

  1. Promoting Collaborative Pedagogy in Classrooms: Challenges and Solutions

    Bunmi Omodan

    Collaborative pedagogy appears to be productive among students and thereby adopted in many classrooms to ensure that students are active participants in the knowledge production process. However,... More

    pp. 102-109

  2. The Increase of Teacher's Commitment to The Organisation Through Servant Leadership Reinforcement of The Principal and Job Satisfaction

    Sutji Harijanto, B. Rahmawaty & Muhammad Entang

    The purpose of this study is to empirically determine the improvement of teacher's commitment to the organisation by observing its connection with servant leadership of the principal and job... More

    pp. 110-118

  3. Middle Management and Instructional Leadership: The Case of Natural Sciences’ Heads of Departments in South Africa

    Cynthia Malinga, Loyiso Jita & Abiodun Bada

    Natural sciences heads of departments often find themselves in the middle, shuttling between one role as part of the school management team, and another as an ordinary classroom teacher whose role ... More

    pp. 119-137

  4. Strategies of Supporting Progressed Learners for Quality Teaching and Learning in Vhembe District, Limpopo, South Africa

    Fhulufhelo Muedi, Azwidohwi Kutame, Thelma Ngidi & Chinaza Uleanya

    Progressed learners differ from their counterparts. The difference is reflected in their assimilation, retention and abilities to reproduce what they are taught. Meanwhile, progressing learners due... More

    pp. 138-145

  5. COVID- 19 Pandemic and The Precarity of Life: Rethinking a Pedagogy of Compassion so That The People of This Earth May Live

    Bekithemba Dube & Nathan Moyo

    This article interrogates humanity’s individual and collective responses to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has been unprecedented in its deadly, unstoppable spread. Widespread illness... More

    pp. 146-153

  6. Development of Descriptive Text Learning E-Module with a Constructivistic Approach

    Puja Murdianto, Aunurrahman Aunurrahman & Indri Astuti

    The main objective of this research is to develop learning e-modules in teaching English in the classroom as well as to produce and disseminate learning media. This e-module can be used on... More

    pp. 154-162

  7. Exploring Indirect Aspects in Motivation and Academic Achievement During The Pandemic

    Ade Nurhopipah, Ida Nuraida & Jali Suhaman

    Online learning methodologies are the most influential factor in educational success. However, it cannot be denied that there are non-technical aspects that indirectly affect students' motivation... More

    pp. 163-168

  8. Multicultural Aspects of 21st Century Learning Using Digital Posters

    Tiara Darlis, Fairuz Fairuz, Ninuk Lustiyantie & Uwes Chaeruman

    21st century learning is learning that has the characteristics of being accessible, digital oriented, big data science and this learning is not limited to the distance of space and time. Poster... More

    pp. 169-174

  9. The Analysis of Learning Plan conditions for General Courses (MKU) at Tidar University Based on E-Learning

    Hari Wahyono, Dzikrina Cahyani & Delfiyan Widiyanto

    This study aimed to review the condition of e-learning-based general course (MKU) learning planning at Tidar University and its conformity with the vision and mission of Tidar University. Learning ... More

    pp. 175-180

  10. Microsoft Office 365 on Learning History Subject

    Jamiludin Jamiludin, Darnawati Darnawati, Sukadi Linta, Anugrah Muhammad & Waode Uke

    This research aimed at knowing the students' perception of Microsoft Office 365 on learning history. This research used a quantitative descriptive design. It was conducted at SMAN 4 Kendari,... More

    pp. 181-185

  11. Ternate Sultanate Palace Museum as a Media for History Learning

    Acim Acim & Gazali Far-Far

    The purpose of this study was to determine the collection of historical relics at the Ternate Sultanate Museum/Palace, and their use as a historical learning medium. While the problems studied in... More

    pp. 186-189

  12. Grade 10 English First Additional Language Learners’ Strategies For Past Tense Irregular Verb Inflection Mastery

    Farisani Nephawe & Matodzi Lambani

    Abstract. The mastery of the irregular form of verbs in the past simple tense poses challenges to non-native learners of English all over the world. The objectives of this study were to identify... More

    pp. 190-197

  13. Investigating Terminologies in Teaching Literature: A Corpus Study

    Agista Wardani & Adityo Adityo

    Regarding the literature subjects provided by the English Language Education Department, University of Muhammadiyah Malang, some students conduct researches on literature in their thesis. They find... More

    pp. 198-203

  14. Modular Distance Learning: Its Effect in the Academic Performance of Learners in the New Normal

    Janina Dargo & Michelle Dimas

    Due to Covid-19 pandemic, schools, particularly in the rural areas employed Modular Distance Learning (MDL) to ensure education continuity. This study seeks to investigate the effects of MDL in the... More

    pp. 204-208

  15. How Information Helps on Increasing Students' Understanding of Adolescent Reproductive Health At School

    Insan Suwanto

    This study aims to describe the level of students' understanding of adolescent reproductive health and to examine how the influence of information on their level of understanding. The research used... More

    pp. 209-213