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Indonesian Journal of Curriculum and Educational Technology Studies

Nov 30, 2018 Volume 6, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Improving Academic Performance by Applying Total Quality Management Tools: A case of Bangladeshi Students

    Mir Rahim, Auvishek Utsha, Ishtiaq Bhuiyan, Rakib Miah & Raquibul Haque

    This article describes the educational practice of engineering student in Bangladesh, especially how they are still practicing the old and conventional way of learning, mainly by memorizing the... More

    Languages: English, Bahasa Indonesia/Indonesian

    pp. 63-70

  2. The Effect of Blended Learning by Using Edmodo in Teaching English for Nursing Students

    Roudlotun Laili & Muhammad Nashir

    Due to the developments of social networking in education, teachers have to provide the innovative techniques and select the best way in teaching learning process in classroom, especially in... More

    Languages: English, Bahasa Indonesia/Indonesian

    pp. 71-76

  3. EFL Students’ Use of Technology in English Lesson in The Digital Era

    Anggi Arigusman, Pupung Purnawarman & Didi Suherdi

    Various informations and knowledge including English lesson can easily be accessed. It gives a large opportuniy to the students to take benefts from the use of technology to up grade their English ... More

    Languages: English, Bahasa Indonesia/Indonesian

    pp. 77-86

  4. Kendala dan Rekomendasi Perbaikan Pengembangan Kurikulum di Sekolah Menengah Kejuruan

    Niam Wahzudik & Niam Wahzudik

    The changes of curriculums always refer to a philosophical thought (idea) and various basic considerations adopted by the schools. The purpose of this study is to fnd out how the implementation of ... More

    Languages: English, Bahasa Indonesia/Indonesian

    pp. 87-97

  5. What Type of Curriculum Development Models Do We Follow? An Indonesia’s 2013 Curriculum Case

    Dyah Palupi

    This article identifying the Indonesi’s 2013 curriculum policy from several types of curriculum development models such as Tyler, Taba, Wheeler, Nicholls & Nicholls, Tanner & Tanner, Stenhause,... More

    Languages: English, Bahasa Indonesia/Indonesian

    pp. 98-105

  6. Benarkah Kompetensi Sosial Homeschooler Rendah?

    Winda Arum, Winda Arum, Haryono Haryono, Haryono Haryono, Istyarini Istyarini & Istyarini Istyarini

    This study aims to describe the social competence of homeschoolers, learning tutors visit program at ANSA School Semarang, and the influence of the learning program on the social competence of... More

    Languages: English, Bahasa Indonesia/Indonesian

    pp. 106-115