Research and Development of an Elementary School Teacher’s Guide for Supporting Student-in-Transition Adaptation into Indonesian Educational System

Yulia Hapsari, Hamamah Hamamah, Yana Shanti Manipuspika

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ABSTRACT: This study is proposed to find out what information elementary schools teaching staffs need to understand as well as to find out what type of teacher’s guide would help elementary school teaching staffs to effectively support and assist students-in-transition adaptation process into Indonesian educational system. In order to get the answer, a research and development design using ADDIE (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation) model is employed in this study. In the first step of ADDIE model, the Analysis, it was found out that all the 14 teachers, 3 students, and 3 parents who responded to sets of questionnaires and interview agreed that language, educational system, and culture play important role for the adaptation process of the students-in-transition to Indonesian educational system. In terms of language, the teachers should improve their English competence and the students-in-transition need to improve their competence in the “Bahasa” (Language) of Indonesia. In educational system aspect, it was revealed that the teachers have a very limited knowledge about education system in the countries, where the students-in-transition lived previously. Similar phenomenon happens with the teachers’ knowledge about culture of the countries where the students-in-transition previously stayed. As the three aspects are really needed to help the students-in-transition to adapt with Indonesian educational system, a guidebook containing these three topics was developed to be used by the elementary school teachers teaching the students-in-transition.

KEY WORDS: Student-in-Transition; Adaptation; ADDIE Model; Indonesian Educational System; Elementary School Teacher’s Guide.

    

About the Authors: Yulia Hapsari, M.Pd., Hamamah, Ph.D., and Yana Shanti Manipuspika, M.App.Ling. are the Lecturers at the Faculty of Cultural Studies UB (University of Brawijaya), Jalan Veteran, Malang 65145, East Java, Indonesia. For academic interests, the authors are able to be contacted via e-mail address at: yana.manipuspika@gmail.com

Suggested Citation: Hapsari, Yulia, Hamamah & Yana Shanti Manipuspika. (2018). “Research and Development of an Elementary School Teacher’s Guide for Supporting Student-in-Transition Adaptation into Indonesian Educational System” in HONAI: International Journal for Educational, Social, Political & Cultural Studies, Volume 1(1), May, pp.31-48. Bandung, Indonesia: Minda Masagi Press owned by ASPENSI and STISIP Amal Ilmiah, Wamena, Papua.

Article Timeline: Accepted (January 12, 2018); Revised (March 24, 2018); and Published (May 30, 2018).


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Student-in-Transition; Adaptation; ADDIE Model; Indonesian Educational System; Elementary School Teacher’s Guide

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