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Abstract: Propose: The purpose of the paper is to identify best practices for the Internationalization of higher education in India and Nepal to serve as a basis for the internationalization processes in Indian and Nepalese Higher Education Institutes (HEIs).The results were analyzed for best practices in the Internationalization of Indian and Nepalese HEIs to develop internationalization strategies further.
Design/methodology/approach: There is two approaches adopted in this study to understand the extent of Internationalization in Higher Education Institutions of India and Nepal. The first approach was based on secondary data such as the reports on the status of HEI's published by India and Nepal's respective governments to understand the.....
Key words: Internationalization of Higher Education, Higher Education, Internationalization Practices, Challenges, Impediments, India, Nepal
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 De Wit, H., Hunter, F., Howard, L., & Egron-Polak, E. (2015). Internationalization of higher education. The Bloomsbury Handbook of the Internationalization of Higher Education in the Global South, 23
 Ravi, Shamika, Neelanjana Gupta, and Puneeth Nagaraj. (2019). "Reviving Higher Education in India."
 A3, E. (2018). Call 2019 higher education student and Staff mobility between program and partner Countries (ka107). Retrieved February 22, 2021, from https://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/resources/documents/call-2019-he-student-staff-mobility-programme-partner-countries-ka107_en
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|Title||:||Application of Tam to the Use of E-Learning|
|Authors||:||Monica Sulastri || Grace T. Pontoh || Amiruddin|
Abstract: The development of an increasingly rapid era, especially in the field of information and communication technologies has penetrated in every joint of human life, especially in the world of education. Information and communication technologies themselves can provide online learning facilities, one example is e-learning. This study aims to determine the effect of perceived ease of use, perceived usefulness, subjective norms, and self-efficacy on the use of e-learning. The object of this research is a lecturer at Hasanuddin University. This research was conducted by distributing questionnaires to the respondents and then the results of the research were analyzed using PLS. The results of this study indicate that perceived ease of use, perceived usefulness, and subjective norms have a significant effect on the use of e-learning. This research implies that lecturers feel unsure in using e-learning......
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. Hartono, J., & Abdillah, W. (2014). Konsep dan aplikasi (Partial least square) untuk penelitian empiris. Yogyakarta: Bpfe Ugm.
. Jogiyanto, H. M. (2007). Sistem informasi keperilakuan. Yogyakarta: Andi Offset.
. Priatno. 2016. Penerimaan Buku Sekolah Elektronik (BSE) Paa SMA di Jakarta Menggunakan Pendekatan Techonology In Acceptance Model. Jurnal Informatika dan Bisnis, 1-9.
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Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to explain the variances between the observed factors related to research project topic selection among final year undergraduate students of Takoradi Technical University in Ghana. A cross-sectional research method was adopted for the study wheretotalcompleted questionnaire of 345 fromthe students were received through the application of convenience sampling technique. The principal component analysis yield a KMO measure of sampling adequacy of 0.750 indicating sufficient items for each factor. The results of this study suggest personal goal, department goal and resource goal as the most important factors related to undergraduate project topic........
Keywords: Undergraduate Project Work, Topic Selection, Final Year Students, Principal Component Analysis, Takoradi Technical University
. Barr, M.A., (1984). "The selection of a dissertation topic: Elements influencing student choice" (Doctoral dissertation, The Ohio State University).
. Clewes, D., (1996). Multiple perspectives on the undergraduate project experience. Innovations-the learning and teaching Journal of Nottingham Trent University, pp.27-35.
. Clark, M.A., Clark, M., Riley, M., Wood, R.C. and Wilkie, E., (1998). "Researching and writing dissertations in hospitality and tourism". Cengage Learning EMEA.
. Hand, L. and Clewes, D., (2000). "Marking the difference: an investigation of the criteria used for assessing undergraduate dissertations in a business school". Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 25(1), pp.5-21.
. Isaac, P.D., Koenigsknecht, R.A., Malaney, G.D. &Karras, J.E., (1989). "Factors related to doctoral dissertation topic selection". Research in Higher Education, 30(4), pp.357-373.
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Abstract: Participation of student councils in school management enables the students to give input in the day to day running of the school activities. In secondary schools, prefects act as a bridge between the administration and students. This bridge facilitates a conducive environment for learning as well as assisting the administration to ensure rules and regulations are followed to promote effective learning.This study investigated thestudents' councils and academic achievement in KCSE in Teso South Sub County in Busia County, Kenya. The study focused on Teso South Sub County due to down ward trend in the academic achievement in KCSE over the last five years. The study endeavored to: investigate the effect of students' councils involvement in supervision of lesson attendance on academic achievement in KCSE, determine the students councils involvement in coordinating discussion groups.......
Keywords: Students' Councils, Academic Achievement, Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, Teso South Sub-County, Kenya.
. Aamir, O. (2014). Sample size estimation and sampling techniques for selecting a representative sample. J Health Spec, 2(4), 142-147.
. Abwere, U. (2009). How to establish an effective student council system in your school. Nairobi, Kenya Educational and Technical publishing service.
. Awiti, J. (2009). The principal magazine. Nairobi: UNESCO publishers.
. Alexander, J.(2009). 'Examining the effects of classroom discussion on students' comprehension of text.Ameta-Analysis. Journal of educational psychology.
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|Title||:||Potential for use of Educational App for young children|
|Authors||:||Dr. Aparna Tembulkar || Prof. Upendra Lele|
Abstract: Technology has impacted each aspect of our lives, including education. Education is no more confined to the classroom; students are now learning in an anytime anywhere framework. The COVID 19 pandemic has furthered this trend.Through this exploratory research, the researchers have surveyed 144 Parents and relatives of children, in the age group two to twelve years, to understand the potential for using an educational application to make learning fun for children. Results indicate that Parents and relatives of young children are inclined towards using educational apps for children and opined that children would be able to learn better by using educational apps. Findings suggest that the educational app should have more of video and games, making the experience engaging with modules having screen time not exceeding 3 hours per day. These findings are of particular use to organizations involved in developing online education learning apps for children..
Keywords: App based learning, anytime anywhere learning, Mobile learning, Online Learning, educational app
. Azah, N., Aziz, A., Syuhada, N., & Sin, M. (2014). Selection of Touch Gestures for Children's. 5(4), 97–102.
. Beschorner, B., & Hutchison, A. C. (2013). iPads as a Literacy Teaching Tool in Early Childhood Part of the Communication Technology and New Media Commons, Curriculum and Instruction Commons, Elementary Education and Teaching Commons, and the Higher Education Commons. Education Publications School of Education. http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/edu_pubs
. Camilleri, A. C., & Camilleri, M. A. (2019). Mobile learning via educational apps: An interpretative study. ACM International Conference Proceeding Series, February, 88–92. https://doi.org/10.1145/3337682.3337687
. Hirsh-Pasek, K., Zosh, J. M., Golinkoff, R. M., Gray, J. H., Robb, M. B., & Kaufman, J. (2015). Putting Education in "Educational" Apps: Lessons From the Science of Learning. In Psychological Science in the Public Interest, Supplement (Vol. 16, Issue 1). https://doi.org/10.1177/1529100615569721
. Hussain, A., Mkpojiogu, E. O. C., & Babalola, E. T. (2020). Using Mobile Educational Apps to Foster Work and Play in Learning: A Systematic Review. International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies, 14(18), 178–194. https://doi.org/10.3991/ijim.v14i18.16619
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Abstract: The low cognitive learning outcomes and concept mapping abilities of students were caused by teacher-centered learning. This study aimed to determine the effect of the application of the module-based-circuit learning model on cognitive learning outcomes and concept mapping abilities of students on the human excretory system material at SMAN 2 Samalanga. This is a quantitative research with an experimental approach. This study used a one-group pretest-posttest design. The population of this study was 85 XI grade MIA students of SMA Negeri 2 Samalanga.This study used a total sampling technique on 85 students. The students' cognitive learning outcomes were measured using multiple choice test questions (Pretest and Posttest), while concept mapping skills were measured using concept maps (Pretest and Posttest)......
Keywords: Circuit Learning Model, Learning Module, Cognitive Learning Outcomes, Concept Mapping Ability
. Dewi, D. A. P., Wiyasa, I. K. N., & Ganing, N. N. (2014). Pengaruh Model Pembelajaran Circuit Learning Berbantuan Media Audiovisual Terhadap Hasil Belajar IPS Siswa SD Negeri 1 Pejeng Tahun Pelajaran 2013/2014. MIMBAR PGSD Undiksha, 2(1).
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. Fitri, R. & Agusfitriani. (2018). Penerapan Model Pembelajaran Circuit Learning terhadap Kemampuan Komunikasi Matematis Siswa Kelas X SMA N 1 Pasir Penyu. MES (Journal of Mathematics Education and Science), 4(1):76-80
. Hakim, A. R. & Mintohari. (2015). Pengaruh Model Circuit Learning terhadap Hasil Belajar Siswatema Ekosistem di Sekolah Dasar. Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan Guru Sekolah dasar Universitas Negeri Surabaya, 3(2), 239-248.
. Huda, M. (2013). Model-Model Pengajaran dan Pembelajaran. Yogyakarta: Pustaka Pelajar.
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Abstract: This research is motivated by quality human resource planning that can be created through Madrasah educational institutions as formal education providers. Madrasah gains the public's trust in preparing and delivering the nation's generation of children to be able to compete in global competitions whose impact is increasingly being felt in social life. Educational human resource planning is the most important element in every educational institution, the success of the institution in achieving its goals and various targets as well as its ability to face various challenges, both internal and external, is largely determined by the ability to manage human resources as precisely as possible. This proves that Madrasahs need human resource management in the field of education, with their managerial and operational functions, and supported by competent educators and education staff, so Madrasahh will have the power to grow, be productive, and competitive.....
Keywords: Planning, Human Resource Management, Education, Superior Madrasah
. Ambar, dkk, Manajemen Sumber Daya Manusia: Konsep, Teori dan Pengembangan dalam Konteks Organisasi Publik, (Yogyakarta: Graha Ilmu, 2009)
. Bogdan, Robert C. dan Sari Knopp Biklen, Qualitative Research for Education: An Introduction to Theory and Methods, (Boston: Aliyn and Bacon, Inc., 1998)
. Efendy, Mochtar, Manajemen Suatu Pendekatan Berdasarkan Ajaran Islam, (Jakarta: Penerbit Bharata)
. Gary, Dessler, Human Resource Management, Edisi 14 Terj. Diana Angelin, (Jakarta: Salemba Empat, 2015)
. Gary, Dessler, Manajemen Sumber Daya Manusia,(Jakarta: Salemba Empat, 2015)
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|Title||:||Factors Affect to Academic Performance of Nurse Anesthetist Students in Vietnam|
|Authors||:||Nguyen Van Chinh || Nguyen Thi Kim Cuc || Bui Dinh Hoan || Nguyen Hung Hoa|
Abstract: Introduction: The students' academic performance illustrates an essential role in producing the best quality graduates and is directly linked with any country's social and economic development. Method and objective: A cross-sectional survey was conducted to determine the influencing factors to academic performance in 403 nurse anesthetist students in the University of Medicine and Pharmacy at Ho Chi Minh City. Result: The reasonable academic performance rate is at 40.9%, and the factors which affected the academic performance are clinical diary with 2.33-fold higher (p< 0.001 and 95% confidence interval (2.155 – 3.450)), critical reading medical articles with 1.64-fold higher (p< 0.001 and 95% confidence interval (1.304 – 2.306)) and self-reflection with a 1.57-fold higher rate (p<0.001 and 95% confidence interval (1.196 – 2.049))........
Keywords: Academic Performance, Self-Reflection, Critical Reading, Nurse Anesthetist
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 N. H. Hoa and N. A. Tuan, "Using a Clinical Diary and Learning Journal to Improve Reflective Competence for Nursing Students in Vietnam," Universal Journal of Educational Research, vol. 9, no. 7, pp. 1464-1471, 2021.
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 N. H. Hoa and N. A. Tuan, "Stimulating the Students' Reflection," IOSR Journal of Research & Method in Education (IOSRJRME), vol. 9, no. 6, pp. 18-21, 2019.
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Abstract: Background: Demands become a World Class University is often regarded as a necessity, but so should be the goal of the universities in Indonesia to be able to survive and compete in the strong currents of the globalization of education. World Class University not only meant is rating an international level, universities in Indonesia aligned with universities in the world. World Clas s University should be interpreted as a college that has excellent in the field of research and meeting facilities academic work, have a culture of intellectual, have academic freedom and independent in governance, especially in the financial sector to support research and teaching........
Keywords: Strategy; PTN-BH; World Class University
. Anwar, A. (t.thn.). Peran Rektor dalam Pelaksanaan Pengelolaan Perguruan Tinggi (Studi Kasus Universitas Langlangbuana Bandung). Journal Unla, 79.
. Buller, J. L. (2015). Change Leadership in Higher Education. San Fransico: Jossey-Bass A Willey Brand.
. Cheema, S. (2007). Decentralicing Governance. Washington: Ash Institute For Democratic Governance and Innovation.
. Creswell, J. W. (2007). Qualitative Inquiry and Research Design : Choosing Among Five Approaches. London: Sage Publications.
. David, F. R. (2011). Strategig Management : Concepts and Cases. New Jersey: Prentice Hall..
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Abstract: Background: The students' skills in analyzing a problem to practice critical thinking skills are lacking. Therefore, the STEM Project-based Learning model was used to improve the students' learning outcomes and critical thinking skills. Materials and Methods: This study aimed to determine the improvement of students' critical thinking skills and learning outcomes using a STEM Project-based Learning model on environmental pollution topic in the Year 10 classroom of MAS Darul Ihsan, Aceh, Indonesia. It employed a quantitative method with an experimental research approach. The research design used was a one-group pretest-posttest design. The population of this study was all Year 10 students........
Keywords: Model Project-Based Learning, STEM, Critical thinking skills, Learning outcomes
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