Pedagogi: Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan <div id="journalDescription">​ <table style="height: 441px; width: 730px; background-color: #f8f8ff;"> <tbody> <tr style="height: 45px;"> <td style="width: 129.6px; padding-left: 10px; height: 10px;"><br> <p><img src="/public/site/images/admin/cover_pedagogi4.png" alt=""></p> </td> <td style="width: 326.4px; padding-left: 10px; height: 10px; padding-right: 20px;"> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Pedagogi: Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan</strong> is an open access, peer-reviewed, scientific journal published by Universitas Negeri Padang in collaboration with <a href=""> Ikatan Sarjana Manajemen dan Adminsitrasi Pendidikan Indonesia (ISMAPI)</a>. This journal was first published in January 2000 ISSN: <a href="">1411-4585</a> (Print) and ISSN: <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2549-6743</a> (Electronic), publish biannually (April and November).</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">The main focuses of this journal are the Administration of Education, Guidance and Counseling, Educational Technology, Elementary School Teacher Education, Early Childhood Education, Special Education, and Non-Formal Education. 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Prof. Dr. Hamka Kampus UNP Air Tawar Padang<br> Telp. +627517058693 E-mail:</p> </div> </div> </div> en-US (Hadiyanto) (Alim Harun Pamungkas) Tue, 30 Apr 2024 04:27:03 +0000 OJS 60 Intructional Leadership to Realize School Quality Culture (Case Study at Insan Amanah Elementary School, Malang City) <p>This study aims to describe the profile of Intructional leadership in establishing a quality culture. This research was conducted using a qualitative approach, and the research design was a case study. The research was carried out at SD Insan Amanah in Malang City, which is a private elementary school with an A accreditation and has achieved various academic and non-academic achievements. Conclusions drawn from data analysis are: (1) the profile of Intructional leadership focuses on overall quality improvement in various areas and continuous improvement; (2) the strategies of Intructional leadership in establishing a culture of quality involve shared perception and creating a harmonious work environment; (3) the forms of quality culture include school culture and Islamic culture, six dimensions of Pancasila student profiles, and a reward and punishment system; (4) the supporting factors of Intructional leadership in establishing a quality culture involve the participation of all school members and collaboration; and (5) the inhibiting factors include demotivated staf, less enthusiastic students, unsupportive community, excessive administrative burden, and simultaneous school programs. However, the headmaster has implemented various measures to address these issues, such as promptly solving problems, conducting weekly reflection activities, periodic monitoring and guidance, coaching clinics, and maximizing the role of guidance and counseling teachers.</p> Riko Rahmad Adriansyah, Ahmad Yusuf Sobri, Raden Bambang Sumarsono, Nor Wahiza binti Abdul Wahat ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 30 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0000 The Effect of Family Economic Education, Economic Literacy, Lifestyle on Student Consumptive Behavior <p>The&nbsp;focus of this research is the influence of economic education in the family, economic literacy, and student lifestyle on student consumptive behaviour. The research uses a quantitative approach. The subject of this study is higher school students. Data analysis technique using path analysis. The population is 1,204 students, and the research sample is 300 students by determining proportional random sampling. The study results show that family economic education and economic literacy influence consumptive behaviour variables. Family economic education and consumptive behaviour affect lifestyle. Economic literacy has no significant effect but has a positive value on lifestyle. Family economic education influences consumptive behaviour toward lifestyle. Economic literacy influences consumptive behaviour toward lifestyle</p> <p><em>&nbsp;</em></p> Apprillia Anggraeni Sugiarto, Fahimul Amri ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 30 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Optimalisisai Potensi Peserta Didik: Tantangan Pendidik Indonesia dalam Pendidikan Berbasis Kompetensi <p>Competency-based education (CBE) is an instructional model gaining popularity in schools. A preliminary study found that teachers' identities must shift to engage in CBE fully. They must construct classrooms engaging and supporting students in independent learning. This study aims to uncover teachers' understanding of CBE and implementation challenges. A quantitative descriptive research method used questionnaires distributed to 1,905 teachers across Indonesia. The results showed that teachers have a good grasp of CBE regarding learning standards, methods, media, strategies, assessment, and student involvement. Challenges included determining the achievement of learning objectives, assignment deadlines for students, and strategies for sharing experiences. Proper CBE implementation requires teacher readiness in skills and CBE understanding. Those challenges provide implications for quality competency-based learning and assessment in schools.</p> Ghanis Putra Widhanarto, Titi Prihatin, Haryono Haryono, Seftia Kusumawardani ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 30 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0000 The Management of International Cooperation in Intensive Arabic Course <p>Course institutions need good program management to be able to create Arabic language learning in accordance with the goals and objectives. Learning management itself has four functions: planning, organizing, implementing, and controlling. This research aims to describe the planning, organizing, mobilization and management control of the An-Najah Center Course Program in Medan, Indonesia. This research uses a qualitative descriptive research method. Data collection techniques include observation of Arabic language program activities, interviews with course founders and teachers, and documentation. The data collected was analyzed using descriptive data in three main steps, namely data reduction, data exposure, and conclusion drawing. The research results show that planning starts with analyzing needs, classifying student competencies, formulating learning objectives, designing the curriculum and syllabus, and determining teaching materials.</p> Nurun Najmi, Nuril Mufidah ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 30 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Modernitas Alat Pendidikan Dalam Perspektif Artificial Intelligence Fenomena Kemajuan Zaman Pendidik Abad 21 <p>The rapid development of technology, like today, really supports innovation in various sectors. In the education sector, technology is an important aspect of supporting the effectiveness of the learning process. There is currently a change in education due to the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) technology, which influences the learning process. This research aims to analyze existing literature regarding the use of AI in the learning process as a modern educational tool in the era of the Industrial Revolution 4.0. This research used qualitative research methods, where information sources were obtained from literature analysis, case studies, and related sources. This information is produced in the form of descriptions and narratives regarding a change in the modernity of educational tools caused by the progress of the educational era. Research results show that the use of AI in 21st-century education paves the way for more adaptive, interactive and comprehensive learning approaches.</p> Nabilatul Muthmainnah, Vitha Azalia Rahmayanti, Moh. Faizin ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 30 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Analisis Dampak Kecanduan Judi Online (Slot) Terhadap Keharmonisan Keluarga : Studi Kasus Kepala Keluarga Desa Bunga Tanjung <p>The purpose of this study was to analyze the impact of online gambling addiction (slots) on family harmony. The research was conducted using a qualitative case study approach, five heads of households in Bunga Tanjung Village, known to experience online slot gambling addiction, were examined. The results showed that the higher the online game addiction among family members, the greater the negative impact on family harmony. The main impact includes reduced interaction and communication within the family, loss of the head-of the family’s role, development of long-term conflicts, and damage to family welfare. The study concludes that online gambling addiction has a significant impact on decreasing the quality of family harmony. Solutions include the prevention and treatment efforts through socialization, counseling, rehabilitation, and social support to aid affected families to recover</p> Dhea Astri Arifina, Yusnadi Yusnadi, Muhammad Takwin ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 30 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Pelaksanaan Literasi Kewarganegaraan Siswa Di SMA Kabupaten Simeulue Dalam Era Globalisasi <p>This study examined the implementation of civic literacy at Simeulue High School. It used qualitative research methods to analyze social symptoms and behaviors in order to understand and improve student civic literacy. The study focused on 5 civic education teachers as informants. Data were collected through observation, interviews, and documentation. The results suggested that student civic literacy could be improved through the implementation of curriculum, including lesson plan design and the use of elaborative learning models. The professionalism of teachers also played a vital role in enhancing civic literacy. Additionally, the study suggested that literacy corner activities at school can further enhance civic literacy. However, there were some challenges related to the implementation of student civic literacy at Simeulue High School.</p> Roni Hidayat ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 30 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0000 MeliaWidiarti Improving Learning Outcomes of Grade III Students of SDN Gondek by Using The Direct Method in Theme 3 Book "Objects Around Me" <p>The&nbsp;study aimed&nbsp;to improve the learning outcomes on the&nbsp;Topic&nbsp;3 “Objects Around Me” for third-grade&nbsp;students at SDN Gondek using a direct method. Class Action&nbsp;Research (PTK) was conducted over&nbsp;four cycles,&nbsp;including observation, testing, and questionnaires as data collection tools. Early observations indicated students’&nbsp;difficulty in understanding the material, and this became the basis for using direct methods for&nbsp;improvement. Each&nbsp;cycle consists of planning, execution, evaluation, and reflection. Student learning outcome data were&nbsp;analyzed quantitatively and qualitatively, presented in graphical, tabular, and descriptive formats. The research results showed that students' learning outcomes improved significantly following the implementation of&nbsp;the direct method. The study concludes that it&nbsp;positively contributes to the improvement of students' understanding of the topic. Moreover, the&nbsp;study also provides the groundwork&nbsp;for further research on the development of learning methods aimed to improve the quality of primary education.</p> Melia Widiarti, Djodjok Soepardjo, Wisma Kurniawati ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 30 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0000 The Implication of Piaget’s Cognitive Theory on Indonesian Learning through Bigbook <p>At the madrasah ibtidaiyah level, Indonesian language lessons are very important in enabling students to comprehend reading concepts, use&nbsp;and reflect on written reading. The research method employed a qualitative case study method. This research was carried out at the NU Tarbiyatuth Thullab madrasah ibtidaiyah, using data triangulation techniques (interviews, observation and documentation). The results of this research show that Indonesian language learning at MI NU Tarbiyatuth Thullab uses bigbook media to deepen students' comprehension. Additionally, teachers also apply the theory of student cognitive development through Jean Piaget's theory. The benefits of using bigbook and applying Piaget's theory help teachers in developing student’s reading abilities. Through the application of Piaget's theory, teachers could understand students' cognitive capabilities based on their developmental ages. Through bigbook learning media, students become more enthusiastic and interested as the materials contained interesting stories.</p> Esty Cahyaningsih, Sedya Santosa ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 30 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Peran Mahasiswa Unisri dalam Pemilu <p>The purpose of this article's analysis was&nbsp;to examine how students at the University of Slamet Riyadi's perceived&nbsp;the market, particularly focusing on&nbsp;early adopters, starting in 2024. About 60% of the members of the political party&nbsp;consisted of&nbsp;young people, Generation Z, Millennials,&nbsp;and even some&nbsp;students from&nbsp;Universitas Slamet Riyadi. The study took place&nbsp;in November 2023 at UNISRI&nbsp;involving 58 master's students capable of implementing the study's findings regarding the 2024 election. According to the study's findings, there are three factors negatively affecting&nbsp;political views of students at Universitas Slamet Riyadi: the unstable political&nbsp;and&nbsp;social environment, the unstable political environment that affects and shapes actor&nbsp;behavior, the instability of the&nbsp;political structure, and the political environment. These factors shows&nbsp;positive indicators of the students' performance in politics. Notably, the political environment did not negatively affect the situation</p> Putri Wulandari, Anita Trisiana, Valentina Denta W, Dava Aji, Dhiwangkara Arno N, Ahmad Poetra W. G ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 30 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Suicide Among Rural Primary School Learners in Zimbabwe: An Epidemic in Need of Mitigation <p>Suicide among rural primary school learners Zimbabwe has reached epidemic proportions, yet there is dearth. However, the causes and potential mitigation strategies are still limited. This article aims to address that gap by exploring Zimbabwe rural primary learners' perspectives. Using a socio-cultural theoretical framework, this qualitative study will conduct focus group with 12 learners from Mahoto rural area, Masvingo North Constituency to elicit learners' lived experiences and suicide motivations. The data will undergo thematic analysis to identify key patterns and themes. Initial findings suggest that academic struggles without access to counselling drive many rural primary school learners to end their lives prematurely. This highlights the need for Zimbabwe's Government, through the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education to urgently deploy professional counsellors. By giving voice to the disadvantaged rural learner suicide epidemic firsthand, this study seeks actionable strategies to stem the tragedy of learners’ suicide and promote the well-being of Zimbabwean rural learners.</p> Munyaradzi Chidarikire, Takunda Chikwati, Jane Chidarikire ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 30 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Implementasi dan Hambatan Dalam Penerapan Kurikulum Merdeka di Sekolah Dasar: Studi Kepustakaan <p><em>This research aims to determine the implementation of the independent curriculum in elementary schools and the obstacles to implementing the independent curriculum in elementary schools. The research method used is a literature review with qualitative methods. The secondary data sources used came from 16 national journal articles. The research results show that the implementation of the independent curriculum in elementary schools can be seen from five aspects of the independent curriculum, namely, 1) development of the school operational curriculum; 2) use of teaching tools; 3) Pancasila profile project; 4) learning according to the student's learning achievement stage; 5) innovative development. The obstacles in implementing the independent curriculum in elementary schools are, 1) related to infrastructure; 2) teaching staff and teachers; 3) conditions of students, environment, and family; 4) inequality in government policies</em>.</p> <p><em>&nbsp;</em></p> Angela Paulin Mooy, Nur Ainy Fardana Nawangsari ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 30 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Literature Study: The Role of Driving Teachers in the Framework Improving the Quality of National Education <p><em>This research aims to describe the role of driving teachers in efforts to improve the quality of national education. The method used is a literature review study method from 12 sources consisting of 3 books and 9 journals from Google Play Books, Google Scholar, and Research Gate using the keywords "quality of education" and "motivating teachers". The results of the literature study show that Indonesian education is still haunted by several problems that affect the quality of national education. This problem is divided into two scopes, namely macro and micro scope. The causes of the low quality of education in Indonesia</em><em>&nbsp;</em><em>include three factors, such as an education system that is not running optimally, a curriculum that is always changing and teacher competence. The role of driving teachers can encourage some improvements in the quality of national education where teachers act as learning agents who make the learning process student-centered.</em></p> Agri Felisitas Palobo, Nono H Yoenanto ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 30 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Transformasi Guru Mengungkap Perkembangan Metakognitif Positif dalam Berbicara Anak Pada Kelas II Sekolah Dasar <p><em>The formulation of the research problem is to determine the development of metacognitive knowledge in speaking in second grade elementary school students. The development of metacognitive knowledge that we want to observe is the use of effective speaking strategies with better language quality. The research uses a qualitative descriptive approach. Data collection includes observation, interviews, and content analysis. The research stages used case studies with several teachers and students as research subjects. The research results show that with the right approach and application of good methods, positive metacognitive development in elementary school children's speaking can increase significantly. The teacher's role is very important in changing the way children think about language and speech. This research found that children who were encouraged to think metacognitively and use effective speaking strategies had better language quality. Teacher transformation plays a central role in revealing positive metacognitive development in elementary school students' speaking.</em></p> Dinik Susanti ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 30 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Innovation in Preschool and Early School Education <p>The importance of innovation in early childhood learning emphasizes the need for a responsive approach to local cultural riches and values. The local wisdom approach emerges as a promising paradigm, creating space for innovation that has a positive impact on learning management. The aim of this research is to describe, analyze and offer learning innovation solutions through a local wisdom approach in a management context. The research method used is literature study, through collecting library data originating from articles, journals, electronic books and relevant document data related to the research focus. The data analysis process was carried out using descriptive methods to analyze the material collected. The research results show that innovative learning with local wisdom creates an interesting learning environment and supports children's development by enriching their experience of local values ​​and traditions. Innovative activities include learning methods, creative management, material development, and local community empowerment.</p> Katarzyna Miłek ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 30 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0000 A Thematic Treatment of Violence in Jeremiah Essien’s In the Shadow of Death and Adewale Ademoyega’s Why We Struck <p><em>The geographical entity called Nigeria was borne out of the amalgamation of the Northern, Southern Protectorates and the Lagos colony by Frederick Lord Lugard in 1914. Three major groups – Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba were given prominence over other tribes tagged as minorities. The dissenting views of the populace and extreme flamboyance of the First Republic political class and riot in the then Western Region led to the first military coup d’état in Nigeria on January 15, 1966, a counter coup on July 29, 1966, of all which culminated into a full-blown Civil War which was waged for 30 months between July 1967 and January 1970. Against this background, this paper attempts to put forward the thematic preoccupations of torture, imprisonment and murder in Essien’s <strong>In the Shadow of Death </strong>and Ademoyega’s <strong>Why We Struck. </strong>These themes form the kernel of punishment which was meted out to the coup conspirators of January 15, 1966 and undue sufferings of some minority groups in the Biafran enclave. Both books are memoirs written in the first person narrative technique as the writers lived as participants prior to, during and after the Biafran War.</em></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Segun Omotosho, Oluseun Fatai Lawal ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 30 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0000