https://ejournal.unib.ac.id/IJER/issue/feed International Journal of Educational Review 2024-02-20T14:21:21+00:00 Badeni ijer@unib.ac.id Open Journal Systems <p>International Journal of Educational Review is published on 22 August 2019 with E-ISSN 2685-709X and P-ISSN 2685-905X by Study Program Doctor of Education, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Universitas Bengkulu, which disseminates the latest research findings from educational scientists in many fields of education. More detail, it focuses on publishing original research of educational management, social studies education, educational technology, natural science education, guidance and counseling, elementary education, linguistics education, early childhood education and mathematics education. It is a biannual journal issued on January and July. The editors welcome submissions of papers describing recent theoretical and experimental research related to (1) theoretical articles; (2) empirical studies; (3) practice-oriented papers; (4) case studies; (5) review of papers, books, and resources.</p> https://ejournal.unib.ac.id/IJER/article/view/31198 The Influence of Parenting Model in Character Building Pattern of Palembang Aviation Polytechnic Cadets 2023-11-28T09:36:00+00:00 M. Indra Martadinata indrakoe@poltekbangplg.ac.id Nining Idyaningsih nining@poltekbangplg.ac.id Minulya Eska Nugraha minulya@poltekbangplg.ac.id Hana Fatiha fatihahana16@gmail.com <p>Cadets are another term for students who are under an official school. In one case, it was reported by the media that there was violence in the parenting pattern of educating cadets. As we know that in parenting patterns between official schools can differ from one school to another. In the official school of character education, the mandatory things that are instilled in cadets include neatness, discipline, responsiveness, responsibility, reliability, and the main thing is ethics. This research explains the suitability of parenting patterns at the Palembang Aviation Polytechnic in order to achieve the achievement of character education for cadets. The parenting pattern at the Palembang Aviation Polytechnic has proven that the parenting pattern adopted by caregivers and coaches makes the cadets of the Palembang Aviation Polytechnic produce tough, disciplined successors to the nation. Proven by analysis using SPSS with data that has been collected from questionnaires distributed to all cadets as a survey of the parenting patterns of cadets at the Palembang Aviation Polytechnic.</p> 2024-01-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 M. Indra Martadinata, Nining Idyaningsih, Minulya Eska Nugraha, Hana Fatiha https://ejournal.unib.ac.id/IJER/article/view/31031 Impact of School Massification on the Professional Commitment of Teachers of Public Primary Schools in Kara, Togo 2024-01-30T05:12:07+00:00 Souglibé NAKPAKPERE jblambertini@gmail.com Boussanlègue TCHABLE tchable10@gmail.com <p>In its efforts to provide a constant response to the various international education meetings and the requirements of Technical and Financial partners, Togo has adopted new educational policies. Preschool and primary education have now been free since 2008. This free education leads to school massification which influences the professional commitment of teachers. This article starts from the postulate according to which school massification negatively influences the professional commitment of teachers. The aim is therefore to analyze the influence of school massification on the social commitment of teachers in public primary schools in the town of Kara. To do this, a survey was carried out among 129 teachers chosen at random from 11 schools in the city. The research combines quantitative and qualitative methods. The results show that the sample is predominantly male (59%), the average age is 35 years old. The population surveyed (n=129) is mainly a BAC II graduate (n=61) and young (n=73). Teachers believe that free primary school is a source of their unease. Their professional disengagement, which is a consequence of school massification, emanates from this new policy. On the one hand, it creates insufficient infrastructure and a lack of teachers and on the other hand, it has a negative impact on the quality of academic performance.</p> 2024-01-31T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Souglibé NAKPAKPERE, TCHABLE Boussanlègue https://ejournal.unib.ac.id/IJER/article/view/31227 Parent-Teacher Association Intervention Strategies and Goal Achievement in Public Secondary Schools 2024-01-31T03:42:47+00:00 Adeseko Sunday OLAIFA abeske2001@gmail.com Usamatu ABDULKAFEEL abeske2001@gmail.com Leonard SHAIBU abeske2001@gmail.com Ebunlomo Oreoluwa OLAIFA abeske2001@gmail.com Moses Adeleke ADEOYE princeadelekm@gmail.com <p>Parent-Teacher Association has ensured and improved the quality and standard of education in Nigeria. This study examined parent-teacher association intervention strategies and goal achievement in public secondary schools in Ilorin-West Local Government Area, Kwara State, Nigeria. The study adopted a descriptive survey of correlational type. Two research questions and one hypothesis were raised to guide the study. A purposive random sampling technique was used to select two hundred and thirty-seven respondents from 39 public senior secondary schools in Ilorin-West Local Government Area, Kwara State. The research instrument was titled Parent-Teacher Association Intervention Strategies Questionnaire (PTAISQ) and Goal Achievement Questionnaire (GAQ) was used to collect data for the study. Descriptive statistic of frequency counts, percentages, mean and standard deviation was used to analyze demographics and answer the research questions raised. Inferential statistics of Pearson Product Moment Correlation statistics were used to test the formulated research hypotheses. The findings of the study revealed that; the level of parents-teachers’ intervention strategies were high based on the dimensions in Ilorin-West Local Government Area, Kwara State. The level of goal achievement in public secondary schools in Ilorin-West Local Government Area, Kwara State was high. There was a significant relationship between parents-teacher intervention strategies and goal achievement in public secondary schools in Ilorin-West Local Government Area, Kwara State. It was recommended among others that the Kwara State government through Kwara Teaching Service Commission (TESCOM) ensure that qualified and competent teachers are recruited so that effective and efficient teaching and learning processes will be improved.</p> 2024-01-31T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Adeseko Sunday OLAIFA, Usamatu ABDULKAFEEL, Leonard SHAIBU, Ebunlomo Oreoluwa OLAIFA, Moses Adeleke ADEOYE https://ejournal.unib.ac.id/IJER/article/view/31193 Design of Split AC-Based Central Equipment as a Learning Media Tool in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineering Courses 2023-11-28T09:32:51+00:00 M. Indra Martadinata baby@poltekbangplg.ac.id Parjan Parjan baby@poltekbangplg.ac.id Annisa Baby Callista baby@poltekbangplg.ac.id Wahyudi Saputra baby@poltekbangplg.ac.id <p>Education is a humanistic process, and its implementation increases students’ competence in higher education. The emphasis on increasing competence is explained through the performance of the Kurikulum Merdeka (Independent Curriculum). This research highlights the need for effective learning media, especially in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineering courses, which include an understanding of Air Conditioning Systems (ACS). This course curriculum aims to provide a sense of Air Conditioning (AC), including Central AC. However, a lack of learning media in the laboratory requires cadets to visit the nearest airport for practicum. This research aims to design an innovation in creating central equipment learning media designs based on Split AC. This quantitative research method was conducted, with data collection through observation, literature study, questionnaires, and Likert scale analysis. The author determined the population of the Airport Engineering Technology Study Program cadets at the 3rd Batch of the Politeknik Penerbangan Palembang, totaling 22 cadets. This research uses purposive judgment sampling or sampling with purpose or consideration because cadets are considered to understand the problem to be studied. The questionnaire results showed a high need for learning media development, with a mark of 82.3%. Therefore, developing this learning medium is needed to increase cadets’ understanding and competence in refrigeration and air conditioning engineering courses.</p> 2024-02-20T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 M. Indra Martadinata, Parjan Parjan, Annisa Baby Callista, Wahyudi Saputra https://ejournal.unib.ac.id/IJER/article/view/31228 From Overwhelm to Success: Empowering Educational Personnel with Microlearning and Self-Paced Training to Maximize Performance and Avoid Burnout 2024-02-20T03:14:22+00:00 Moses Adeleke Adeoye princeadelekm@gmail.com Entika Fani Prastikawati princeadelekm@gmail.com Rasheedat Modupe Oladimeji princeadelekm@gmail.com Adeseko Sunday Olaifa princeadelekm@gmail.com <p>This study investigates how self-paced training and microlearning can empower teachers, improve their output, and keep them from burning out. The heavy workloads and high levels of stress that teachers and administrators, commonly experience can negatively impact their general well-being and capacity to perform their professions efficiently. This study explores the possibility of self-paced training and microlearning as tools to empower educational personnel to solve these issues. The distribution of brief, bite-sized learning modules that concentrate on particular subjects or abilities is referred to as microlearning. Due to the modules' quick completion times and ease of access, educators can accommodate learning into their already hectic schedules. Self-paced training gives people the freedom to learn at their own pace and customizes and adapts their learning process. Through the use of self-paced training and microlearning, educational staff members can acquire critical knowledge and skills in a convenient and customized way. Furthermore, by enabling educators to prioritize their professional growth and manage their workload, these training methods can assist in avoiding burnout in the classroom. The study will also investigate the possible obstacles and difficulties that educators may encounter while introducing microlearning and self-paced training. To sum up, self-paced training and microlearning have the power to completely change how educators acquire knowledge and grow as professionals. Teachers can enhance their performance, knowledge, and skills by implementing these tactics, which will help students and the educational system as a whole.</p> 2024-02-20T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Moses Adeleke Adeoye, Entika Fani Prastikawati, Rasheedat Modupe Oladimeji, Adeseko Sunday Olaifa https://ejournal.unib.ac.id/IJER/article/view/31078 Private Sector Participation and the Development of University Education in the Nigeria’s Fourth Republic, 1999-2021: A Historical Analysis 2024-02-20T14:21:21+00:00 ADESOTE Samson Adesola solaade2007@ymail.com <p>The main thrust of this paper is to historicize the involvement of the private sector in the development of university education in Nigeria in the Fourth Republic. While the year 1999, marked the commencement of the birth of the second batch of private universities in Nigeria, the year 2021 was when the last batch of private universities were granted provisional licenses of operation by the Federal Government. History of educational development in Nigeria has its origin in the activities of the private sectors, that is, the Christian missions. Their involvement in the development of western education in the country between the late 19<sup>th</sup> and 20<sup>th</sup> centuries was mainly confined to the provision of primary and secondary education. Up to the birth of the Fourth Republic in 1999, the provision of university education in the country was exclusively the responsibility of both the Federal and the State governments. Although an attempt was made during the Second Republic, 1979-1983, to encourage private sector participation, this eventually failed. However, with the return to civil rule in 1999, the country witnessed the emergence of the second attempt towards private sector involvement in the development of university education. The paper argues that the active involvement of the non-state actors in the delivery of university education in Nigeria since 1999 has helped in improving efficiency in delivery, expanding service coverage as well as increasing manpower production. The methodology adopted for this work is historical, qualitative and quantitative, utilizing materials from both primary and secondary sources.</p> 2024-02-20T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 ADESOTE Samson Adesola