Journal of Education Review Provision 2023-10-13T10:46:36+07:00 Pusat Studi Pembangunan dan Pemberdayaan Open Journal Systems <p><strong>Journal of Education Review Provision ISSN 2776-1304 (print) 2776-1312 (online)</strong> is an open access and peer reviewed journal includes all education research in all aspect primary education research, primary school curriculum, Education in primary school, University systems, Educational technology, prospective primary school teacher, Teacher education, Biology education, Vocational education, Value education, Psychological education, Educational counseling, Educational technology, Management education, Department of Education, Developmental Education, Language education, Learning community, Life skills Education, E learning.</p> Analysis of the Interests of MA DDI Kalukunangka Students in Continuing Higher Education Studies 2023-07-06T11:35:02+07:00 Sofyan Umar Jusniati H <div><em><span lang="IN">Education lasts a lifetime, starting from birth. In the process of development, humans need education, through this process humans develop rapidly because the environment provides assistance in human development. The educational environment can be found at home, at school and in the community and the natural surroundings. Research method In general, the research method is defined as a scientific activity that is planned, structured, systematic, and has specific goals, both practical and theoretical. It is said to be a scientific activity because it is research with scientific and theoretical aspects. planned because research must be planned with due regard to time, funds and accessibility to places and data. The data source is the subject from which the research data was obtained. Based on the source, the data is divided into primary data which is the source of data obtained by the researcher from respondents through interviews with interviewees. Secondary data is data obtained by the researcher indirectly providing data to data collectors, for example through other people or documents.</span> <span lang="IN">The research results show that students choose to deepen their knowledge and hone their skills by continuing their education to a higher level, in this case tertiary institutions. Thus they will be able to continue to be able to compete with the knowledge and skills they acquire when they have completed their studies from tertiary institutions. The factors that influence students' interest in continuing their studies to tertiary institutions are divided into 2, namely influencing factors and inhibiting factors as follows: influencing students' interest in continuing their studies to tertiary institutions (a) Internal factors include willingness, academic success (b) External factors include: Parents' socioeconomic status, Environment (family environment, community environment, school environment, school environment).</span></em></div> 2023-07-08T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Education Review Provision Improving Reading Ability Using Big Book Media in Class I Students at SDN 2 Bulango Utara 2023-07-24T13:14:07+07:00 Olyan S. Adju Hendra Saputra S. Adiko Irmawati Duko Ishak <p><em>This research aimed to improve reading skills using Big Book media for grade 1 students at SDN 2 Bulango Utara. The type of research used is classroom action research, with the research subject being a grade I student totaling 27 students. This research was carried out in the form of cycles, and each cycle consisted of 4 stages, namely the planning stage, the implementation stage, the observation, and the reflection stages. This research shows that students’ reading ability in Indonesian language subjects is still in the low category. This is indicated by the low reading ability of students at the time of the initial observation reaching 37.03% with capable criteria, and the reading ability of students in cycle I of 62.96% in capable criteria with a fairly good category, while the reading ability of students in cycle II increased by 100% with very good categories in capable criteria. The application of Big Book learning media can improve students’ reading skills in class I at SDN 2 Bulango Utara, Bone Bolango Regency. The achievement of providing action from cycle I to cycle II researchers ended the meeting in cycle II third meeting because it had met the predetermined performance indicators of 80%.</em></p> 2023-07-26T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Education Review Provision The Formation and Representation of Identity in the Works of Arundhati Roy and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie 2023-09-04T09:25:53+07:00 Hussein Shayyal Fnteel Hassan Hadi Yasir <div><em><span lang="IN">This article delves into the profound insights offered by esteemed authors Arundhati Roy and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie regarding the intricate nature of identity. These authors explore different aspects of identity, such as race, gender, culture, and socio-political dynamics, through their unique literary styles. The literary works of Arundhati Roy and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie offer profound insights into the complexities of post-colonial India, Nigeria, and the African diaspora. Within these narratives, the authors skillfully weave intricate tapestries that illuminate the processes through which identity is both constructed and negotiated. The narratives utilized by the authors incorporate vibrant imagery, intricate character progression, and captivating storytelling methods in order to navigate the intricacies of personal identity. In doing so, they effectively challenge established stereotypes and societal conventions. Moreover, the article underscores the lasting influence of their literary creations on present-day literature, placing particular emphasis on their significant contributions to the realms of representation, diversity, social commentary, intersectionality, and global significance. The narratives of Roy and Adichie persistently resonate with readers, cultivating cross-cultural comprehension and stimulating scholarly dialogues on topics such as identity, power dynamics, and social justice. The enduring literary heritage of these individuals guarantees their position within the literary canon and serves as a source of inspiration for upcoming generations of writers, compelling them to delve into the intricate dimensions of identity within the realm of literature.</span></em></div> 2023-09-06T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Education Review Provision Descriptive Study of Merdeka Curriculum Implementation at SDN 1 Telaga Biru 2023-10-13T10:46:36+07:00 Nurmila Husain Lia Nurhayati Yusraningsih Pongoliu <div><em><span lang="IN">The objective of the independent curriculum is to find out the results of the implementation of the independent curriculum at SDN 1 Telaga Biru. This research used a qualitative descriptive method, the informants were one school principal, two educators and five students. This research is to find out about how the implementation of the independent curriculum at SDN 1 Telaga Biru. Several techniques were used in data collection, namely: a) Observation, b) Interview, c) Documentation. The results show that in the implementation of the independent curriculum there is more emphasis on substantive material and developing student competencies according to the stages. Therefore, learning with this independent curriculum is expected to be more in-depth, not rushed, more fun and meaningful. Thus, the implementation of the Independent Curriculum is more optimal even though it has only been implemented for one year. The Independent Curriculum, still needs to be developed and improved thus it can overcome current educational problems.</span></em></div> 2023-10-18T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Education Review Provision