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THE INFLUENCE OF STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AND TEACHERS’ PERFORMANCE TO STUDENTS’ SATISFACTION IN PUBLIC SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS IN BANDUNG (INDONESIA) - repository UPI T ADP 1206807 Title

THE INFLUENCE OF STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AND TEACHERS’ PERFORMANCE TO STUDENTS’ SATISFACTION IN PUBLIC SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS IN BANDUNG (INDONESIA) - repository UPI T ADP 1206807 Title

I hereby declare that this thesis entitled “ The influence of student engagement and teachers’ performance to students’ satisfaction in public senior high schools in Bandung (Indonesia) ”, a descriptive study at the public senior high schools in Bandung , Indonesia, iswhollythe product of my own work in all its contents. With all responsibility, I did not do plagiarism or any academic copyright violation which is not in conformity with the ethics of educational research. Therefore, I confirm that I will be ready to respond to any risk that can be imposed on me if later there will be any violation of educational research ethics in this work.
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CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN DEVELOPING BLENDED CULTURE ELT MATERIALS FOR VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOLS.

CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN DEVELOPING BLENDED CULTURE ELT MATERIALS FOR VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOLS.

Lots of scholars emphasize that education is the best way which leads a country to betterment. It is quoted from Nelson Mandela that ‘education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world’ thus it is also noteworthy for poverty eradication and employability improvement. Following this, Indonesia Ministry of Education and Culture from 2004 keeps increasing the number of vocational high schools (VHSs) in many provinces. Though in 2012 the ratio of vocational high schools to senior high schools was still 47:53, the government attempts VHSs could reach 55% in 2015. This decision is fairly reasonable after evaluating the rising number of the unemployment rate for senior high school graduates which rises up to 1.841.545 (BPS, 2013). For the unemployment rate always affects a nation’s economic sustainability, the graduates of VHSs are highly expected to be professional employees regionally, nationally, and not to mention globally.
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THE IMPLEMENTATION OF BILINGUAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS AT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS.

THE IMPLEMENTATION OF BILINGUAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS AT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS.

In the name of Allah, the most gracious and the most merciful whom he would like to express his sincere gratitude, Allah the almighty who has given his blessing health, strength and patience in the process of completing this thesis in the title the implementation of bilingual education programs at junior high schools as a partial fulfillment of the requirement for the Degree of Magister Humaniora at the Postgraduate of English Applied Linguistics Program, State University of Medan.

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Socializing Multiculturalism Ideology through Multicultural Education: Potentials in History for High Schools

Socializing Multiculturalism Ideology through Multicultural Education: Potentials in History for High Schools

From the elucidations before, it can be concluded that History in high schools has, in some extent, potential as the means in civilizing Multicultural idealism in daily life of Indonesian society. Themes such as the integration of social, cultural acculturation, social community, human rights, democracy, conflicts, and Jurisprudence are the widely discussed themes in the Indonesian history in high school and it is very beneficial for the sake of multiculturalism existence in Indonesia

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08  A Systematic Approach to Improving E Learning Implementations in High Schools

08 A Systematic Approach to Improving E Learning Implementations in High Schools

This study was based on the current growing trend of implementing e-learning in high schools. Most endeavors have been inefficient, rendering an objective of determining the initial steps that could be taken to improve these efforts by assessing a student population's computer skill levels and performances in an IT course. Demographic factors were also taken into account while formulating these recommendations. Basic computer skill levels were measured through the administration of the Technical Survival Skill Test (TSST) questionnaire, developed by the University of Toronto. Academic performances were evaluated through several assignments designed by the IT course instructors. The main result of this study indicated that computer skill levels did have a direct correlation with a student’s academic performance level. The database was further parsed based on demographical factors, resulting in a set of recommendations to enhance the effectiveness of e-learning.
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ANALYZING OF STUDENTS MISCONCEPTIONS ON BUFFER SOLUTION AT SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS IN MEDAN.

ANALYZING OF STUDENTS MISCONCEPTIONS ON BUFFER SOLUTION AT SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS IN MEDAN.

First of all I would like to devote her greatest thankfulness to The Almighty Allah SWT is The Most Gracious and The Most Merciful for His blessing, guidance, strength, health, and His favor which have been given so that I could finally finish this thesis entitled: Analyzing of Students’ Misconceptions on Buffer Solution at Senior High Schools in Medan.

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THE INFLUENCE OF STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AND TEACHERS’ PERFORMANCE TO STUDENTS’ SATISFACTION IN PUBLIC SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS IN BANDUNG (INDONESIA).

THE INFLUENCE OF STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AND TEACHERS’ PERFORMANCE TO STUDENTS’ SATISFACTION IN PUBLIC SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS IN BANDUNG (INDONESIA).

An emerging consensus exists in the school reform literatureabout what conditions contribute to student satisfaction. This among many variables includes student engagement and teachers’ performance. Satisfied students are more likely to be committed and continue their studies (as measured by a higher retention rate) than unsatisfied students, who are likely to be less willing to regularly attend classes, and are more likely to quit their studies. However, some students report that they are not satisfied at school and they do not find schooling enjoyable and interesting at senior high schools. In response to this problem I intent or propose to carry out a research to investigate on the most important independent variables namely, student engagement and teachers’ performance for students’ satisfaction. Teachers’ performance will includ e the use of ICT in the process of learning.
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analyzing the content validity of english summative tests in junior high schools

analyzing the content validity of english summative tests in junior high schools

Validity has some characteristics 11 . They are: First, Validity means the result can be measured or not. It means that whether the test test that we make same as or relevant to result at the end of test. Second, Validity is a way to measure the students level. Third, Validity refers to content of facts. It should never be considered a general quality. For example, the results of an arithmetic test may have a high degree of validity for indicating computational skill, a low degree of validity for indicating arithmatical reasoning, a moderate degree of validity for predicting success in future mathematic courses and no validity for predicting success in art or music.
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THEME AND RHEME IN READING TEXT OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS NATIONAL EXAMINATION.

THEME AND RHEME IN READING TEXT OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS NATIONAL EXAMINATION.

In English National Examination, almost the tests are form in reading text. It is also shown in writer’s observation and experiences as an English course teacher, it is known that the teaching of reading should be the priority for Senior High School Students who will face the National Examination.

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ANALYZING OF STUDENTS� MISCONCEPTIONS ON ATOMIC STRUCTURE AT SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS IN LABUHANBATU.

ANALYZING OF STUDENTS� MISCONCEPTIONS ON ATOMIC STRUCTURE AT SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS IN LABUHANBATU.

First and fore most, praise and gratitude to Allah S.W.T. who had given grace and guidance, strenght, health and His favor which have been given so that the writer could finally finish this thesis entitled : Analyzing of Students’ misconception about Atomic Structure at some Senior High School in Labuhanbatu.

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A  Study on Cultural Integration in the English Textboks for Junior High Schools

A Study on Cultural Integration in the English Textboks for Junior High Schools

The data from the FGD were analyzed following Miles and Hubermann’s (1994) qualitative data analysis model consisting of data reduction, data presentation, and inference making. Based on the quiz completed, the textbooks used by the majority of the schools represented by the FGD participants were selected. The selected textbooks were discerned to find the cultural elements included using content analysis (Krippendorff, 2004). These cultural elements were then classified based on the cultural aspect categorization mentioned earlier, ie., aspects of knowledge, behavior, and artifact. Upon the completion of the classification, further analysis was conducted to see other dimensions of the cultural elements such as origin, proportion, media used, clarity of the message, and possible interpretation or misinterpretation.
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The representation of culture in english textbooks prescribed for high schools in Indonesia

The representation of culture in english textbooks prescribed for high schools in Indonesia

This study investigated the culture representation of two prescribed English textbooks suggested by the Indonesian Curriculum and Publishing Centre (Puskurbuk) used in high schools in Indonesia. Its aim was to investigate whether the representation of culture supported the main goal of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) teaching, which is intercultural communicative competence (ICC). For this purpose, culture was classified as source, target, and international target culture (Cortazzi & Jin, 1990). A classification on the level of ICC was also conducted to these textbooks. It was found that the prescribed English textbooks portrayed the culture of local (Indonesia), the culture of target countries (American and British), and the culture of other international countries in a quantitatively similar portion. However, qualitatively, the presented culture tended to be artificial instead of substantial. Comparison and contrast among cultures were not found, therefore, intercultural competence was not achieved.
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Student perception of learning English in Senior High Schools of Kaimana, West Papua.

Student perception of learning English in Senior High Schools of Kaimana, West Papua.

presentation in Table 4.2 can be seen that the total number of positive scale is respectively 78 and 56 and both of which are subtracted by the total number of both negative scale namely disagree and strongly disagree namely -22 and -8. This item, then show the total number 104 or 0. 84 which is higher that the previous component which has only 0. 05. It means that the level of student’s contentedness is higher than classroom situation showing the costiveness so we can say that teaching aids and facilities is enough, but the data interview presents that teaching aids and facilities however should be considered. It deals with the interview data shows in Participant 2/ A-19, A-22 and A-23 which respectively word such as “…the students do not have a guided book…” “…maybe, the total of books is limited. It is probably only for the teacher…” when the participant is asked the questionerr – the teacher uses the facilities such as book, dictionary, visual aids, so on (Q-01). This description is so concerned when we compare with other schools outside Indonesia, where the students are lent by the schools some books. Dealing with data interview quoted from Participant 2/ A-57 and Participant 5/ A-25 below, a description teaching aids and facilities hoped by the students can be described.
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DESIGNING READING MATERIALS FOR GRADE VIII STUDENTS OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS.

DESIGNING READING MATERIALS FOR GRADE VIII STUDENTS OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS.

In designing the reading materials, a teacher can follow the steps that was designed based on Tomlinson theory that it involves various steps. They consist of identification, exploration, contextual, pedagogical realization, and physical production. Identification is to create the creation reading materials based on the eighth grade students of junior high school needs. Exploration is for determining suitable texts of Descriptive, Recount and Narrative which are based on the syllabus for the eighth grade students of the school. Using Exploration, the relation of motivation and character building aspect to the texts is also watched by the teacher. Suitable ideas, contexts or texts with which to work are called Contextual Realization. Pedagogical Realisation of materials can be principled for creating appropriate exercises and activities and the writing of appropriate instruction for use. Physical Production of the materials is to consider the layout, size, visuals, reproduction, tape length etc.
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1 THE PROPOSED CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK OF e AUDIO VISUAL BIOLOGY S HADIATI NUGRAINI

1 THE PROPOSED CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK OF e AUDIO VISUAL BIOLOGY S HADIATI NUGRAINI

In Indonesia , Senior High Schools’ students who learn biology generally tend to memorize Biology contents. Most of the contents in Biology are abstract, loaded with a lot of information and facts, which are beyond the learners’ observation and daily experiences. These kinds of learning experiences have been observed as the cause of low enrolment and achievement in Biology classes. Moreover, the common teaching and learning activities such as listening, taking notes, doing individual assignments also cause low motivation in Biology. In general, the students’ achievements are not able to meet the teachers’ intended standard. This paper highlights the key elements of an innovative and integrated instructional framework for biology education. This paper explains the design and the possible development of a conceptual framework for Biology Teaching and Learning that can be used to measure students’ motivation and learning outcomes. This framework is proposed within the context of Biology education for Indonesian Senior High Schools.
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Building safer and resilient schools PMI Java

Building safer and resilient schools PMI Java

Disaster Preparedness in School is part of the many Indonesian Red Cross (PMI) Disaster Preparedness programmes. The programme aims to increase the safety and resilience of schools in the event of a disaster. The PMI Central Java Chapter undertook this programme in 30 Junior High Schools and Senior High Schools in Cilacap and Kebumen districts targeting 24,395 beneficiaries comprising of 22,915 members of Youth Red Cross, 1,340 teachers, 60 Volunteers Corps and 80 members of Community Based Action Teams (CBAT). In fact, the impact of the Disaster Preparedness in School Programme was not only benefited by the target group but also by the community members as well as children. Disaster Preparedness in School programme has 4 components: 1. Capacity building in disaster risk reduction for the
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Siaran Pers IFAC 2017

Siaran Pers IFAC 2017

Jakarta, 11 Agustus 2017, Perhelatan International High Schools Arts Festival dilaksanakan dari tanggal 8 s.d. 11 Agustus 2017 di Tokyo, Jepang. Penyelenggara dari kegiatan ini adalah International Foundation for Arts and Culture (IFAC). Kegiatan ini bertujuan untuk meningkatkan kreatifitas di bidang seni khususnya poster dan lukisan, serta menambah pengalaman seni dan budaya untuk para siswa pendidikan menengah lintas negara. Tahun ini merupakan tahun ke-18 penyelenggaraan kompetisi ini.

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Organizational Citizenship and Mobbing B

Organizational Citizenship and Mobbing B

The goal of this survey is to study organiza- tional citizenship behavior displayed and mob- bing behavior faced by teachers working in gen- eral and vocational secondary schools. The sur- vey findings indicate that teachers display orga- nizational citizenship behavior at “high” level (X= 3.45). This figure is at the same level as the fig- ures identified in other surveys conducted in secondary schools in Turkey. In a survey on 286 teachers working in secondary schools in the Kutahya province, Yilmaz (2010: 7) identified the average organizational citizenship behavior at “high” (X= 3.68) level. In a survey conducted in the Sakarya, Kirikkale and Mus provinces, Ti- trek et al. (2009: 14) identified the level of organi- zational citizenship behavior among teachers at “high” (X= 3.58) level in general secondary schools and “high” (X= 3.41) in vocational sec- ondary schools. In a survey on teachers work- ing in secondary schools across Turkey, Polat (2007: 105) also identified organizational citizen- ship behavior among teachers at “high” (X= 4.10) level. The fact that organizational citizenship among teachers is “high” indicates that teach- ers working in secondary schools are highly will- ing to perform voluntary work at their schools. It may be said that the willingness of teachers to perform voluntary work has a positive effect on the school and its institutional objectives. Cetin et al. (2011: 29) state that the high level of organi- zational citizenship displayed by teachers indi- cates their willingness to perform extra roles with- out expecting recompense. Allison et al. (2001) demonstrated that organizational citizenship be- havior displayed by teachers plays an important role in student and school achievement, due to more efficient work of teachers. DiPaola and Moran (2001) state that organizational citizen-
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T BING 1302896 Chapter3

T BING 1302896 Chapter3

Interview is defined as an interaction between two people with the interviewer and the subject acting in relation to each other and reciprocally influencing each other (Kvale, 1996). An extended interview can be carried out as a probing activity to obtain information in depth and detail (Cohen and Manion, 1994; Alwasilah, 2008). There were five participants who were chosen based on purposive sampling. They were chosen based on the different conditions of the school s. It’s assumed that since the participants come from different quality of the schools, it is hoped that the various knowledge, understanding, benefits and challenges concerning the 2013 curriculum would be gained. By using open ended and leading questions, semi-structured interview was conducted to provide the participants an opportunity to talk more about their experiences. Considering the important role of such authentic data, interview was recorded.
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THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND MATHEMATICS ACHIEVEMENT OF STUDENTS OF HIGH PERFORMANCE SCHOOLS (HPS)

THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND MATHEMATICS ACHIEVEMENT OF STUDENTS OF HIGH PERFORMANCE SCHOOLS (HPS)

The purpose of this research was to determine the learning environment and mathematics achievements of High Performance Schools (HPS) students. A total of 362 Form Four students participated in the study. It was conducted using the survey methodology, with a set of questionnaire which was divided into Sections A and B. Section A consists of demographic-based questions to find out respondents’ background information. Section B is the What Is Happening In This Class (WIHIC) instrument which consists of 40 items to examine students’ perception of student closeness, teacher support, involvement, cooperation and fairness in the classroom learning environment. In addition, the students’ mathematics achievement was based on the grades of their final examination. The preliminary study produces a Cronbach’s Alpha of 0.952 for WIHIC. Data were processed using SPSS Windows Version 20.0 analyzed to obtain percentage, frequency, mean, standard deviation, t-test and Pearson correlation. The data on students’ perception of their learning environment shows that the element of student closeness has the highest mean value, followed by the elements of cooperation, fairness, teacher support and involvement. In terms of students’ perception of the elements of involvement, cooperation and fairness, the results showed that there was a significant difference between male and female students. In addition, the study also found that there was a significant relationship between the elements of teacher support and fairness, and mathematics achievement.
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