Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Quantitative

The Determination Factors of the Education Quality of Madrassa Aliyah Pati Regency Indonesia

Priyo1 .; Purwanto .; Giyoto .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 39-47

This study aims to find out and examine the factors that affect the Quality of Madrasah Education, focusing on the Leadership of Madrasa Aliyah Principals, Madrasa Aliyah Climate, Teachers’ Performance in Teaching, Learning Facilities, and Community Participation and how much influence of the factors towards the quality of education in Madrasah. The design of this study is quantitative descriptive by: (1) identifying factors that affect the quality of madrasas, (2) identifying the functions of involvement of each factor, and (3) understanding the predictions of results. This study uses a survey method according to the characteristics of the variables studied. The object of his research was the Madrasa Aliyah teachers at Pati regency. Data were collected through questionnaire and observation. The population is the Madrasa Aliyah teachers who are in the Pati Regency area. In determining the sample, four sampling stages were carried out (multistage sampling), namely cluster-proportionate random sampling, simple random sampling, sampling techniques, and simple random sampling techniques. The results of research in the field and data analysis shows that the leadership of the head of the Madrasa Aliyah, the Climate of Islamic Senior High School, Teachers' Performance, Learning Facilities, and Community Participation significantly influence the quality of Madrasah education


Nur Ikhwan Mohamad; Muhammad Hannan Sazali; Asmadi Ishak; Hishamuddin Ahmad; Thariq Khan Azizuddin Khan; Ali Md Nadzalan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 3996-4015

This study aimed at identifying actual numbers of original empirical studies on physical literacy currently existed, and quantifying its findings. Records identified through Web of Science (WoS) Core Collections, IngentaConnect, PubMed Central and Medline databases, with some additional records from Google Scholar database for studies published outside commercial or academic publishing channels (grey literature) such as postgraduate thesis output etc. Only original research article (primary source) accepted, involving specific test to measure physical literacy related items as per definition given in this review. Participants of the selected studies were of all ages, with both quantitative and qualitative methods of study either acute of longitudinal in nature are accepted. Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) protocol was used. Database searched after first initial screening produced 135 records. Records after duplicates removed were 111. Second level screening resulted in 86 articles eliminated and 25 selected for further assessment based on eligibility criteria. Articles assessed for eligibility resulted in 13 articles, which 4 full-text articles were later excluded, with reasons. At the end, only 9 studies included in synthesis of results. More studies are needed in the area of physical literacy. Main priority would be to improve number of studies concerning reliability and validity of instruments, production of more quality studies with low risk of bias, studies concerning profiling of physical literacy among populations, and impact of physical literacy on other part of daily life.

Covid-19 Crisis: Is Online Learning More Effective Than Face-To-Face Learning?

Aslina BAHARUM; Erica Fanny NASIRIN; Eva Evonna JOLIUS; Jefflie Elvin JAMES; Nur-Sharyza Henry RANDANG; Nurul Syuhaidah ZAIFULRIZAL; Farhana Diana DERIS

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 3827-3835

Traditional face-to-face learning and online learning have become a debate for decades, which is more effective and has a significant impact on students' learning. The pandemic of COVID-19 has forced students to change their study mode from traditional face-to-face learning to online learning. This study has conducted a study to identify which ways are more effective, the traditional face-to-face learning or online learning using a quantitative method of online survey questionnaires. This study intends to fill this void in the literature and explore students’ perceptions of online learning versus traditional face-to-face learning. This study used target respondents of 148 public and private university students in Malaysia. According to the results, most of the respondents preferred traditional face-to-face learning is more effective than online learning because of some problems they encountered while doing online learning, such as lack of course instructions and unreliable university internet connection.