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Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun (JIP) is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal with a very wide-ranging coverage, consolidates fundamental and applied research activities, with the issue of Social Sciences, Natural Science, Education, Politics, Law, Religion, Culture and Public Policies. This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. JIP as an Open Access journal is licensed under a Creative Commons 4.0 International License (CC-BY-NC-ND) and Department of Labor United States of America, Copyright completely under SCAD Independent.

Editor in Chief: Ramzi Murziqin, Indonesia | Guest Editor: Spence M. Taylor, USA | Publisher: SCAD Independent


DEVELOPING AN ENGLISH EDUCATION DEPARTMENT CURRICULUM
Habiburrahim
Paper ID: 745-1485874515
JIP. Ed. 5(1), 2017: 1-14.

Abstract
Curriculum is the heart of teaching and learning program. Through a curriculum, teachers formulate the designated learning objectives and their outcomes and transform all those formulated goals to students. This paper has an attempt to elaborate significant information and models on curriculum that could be developed at the English Education Department (PBI – Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris) of Ar-Raniry State Islamic University (UIN Ar-Raniry) Darussalam, Banda Aceh as an Islamic higher education institution. The paper reviews various literatures on language learning curriculum, teaching English as a foreign language curriculum, and professional learning curriculum. The paper also analyses the 2016/2017 UIN Ar-Raniry manual/handbook, and the 2015 annual report of the PBI department curriculum monitoring and evaluation (Monev). The findings elucidate that the PBI department curriculum has met a standardized curriculum quality. Yet, some weaknesses that could decelerate the language acquisition process are still found in such the PBI department curriculum.

DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.34094.51523

DIFFERENCE CULTURAL STRUCTURE AND BEHAVIOR STUDENTS IN LEARNING
Claudia Pamela; Luciana Villalobos; Nadine Peralta
Paper ID: 745-1485874753
JIP. Ed. 5(1), 2017: 15-24.

Abstract
This paper summarizes some observations and reflections on how cultural differences bedeviled my interactions with my students in Universidad de Lima, Peru. Culture is not an abstract force that floats around in space and settles upon us—though given the seemingly subliminal ways it influences us, it can feel like a disembodied, ubiquitous entity. In fact, culture is mediated through a social structure. In general, culture refers to the ways in which different groups of people organize their daily lives within national or ethnic groups, urban neighborhoods, companies and professions, and other settings. Culture includes what people actually do and what they believe. Culture influences greatly how we see the world, how we try to understand it and how we communicate with each other. Therefore, culture determines, to a great extent, learning and teaching styles. When we compare cultures we should not look for differences that make us better or worse than each other. No culture is better than another and no communication style is intrinsically wrong. My teaching and communication styles are deeply rooted in the way I have been socialized and a year of teaching at college reminded me that my students' communication and learning styles were different from mine. Perhaps the most important lesson I learned is that I must adapt to this new environment and change the way I communicate if I wish to be an effective teacher.

DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.12284.13447

IMPLEMENTING THE TEACHING SUPERVISION BY PRINCIPALS IN IMPROVING THE PERFORMANCE OF TEACHERS IN ACEH BESAR
Said Ashlan
Paper ID: 745-1485874833
JIP. Ed. 5(1), 2017: 25-36.

Abstract
Teaching supervision by principal in Aceh Besar State High Schools (especially in Excellent Senior High School 2 of Ali Hasjmy and Senior High School 1 Baitussalam) is one of factors to improve the quality of professional teacher performance. The purpose of this study was to identify the activities, techniques, implementations, supporting and inhibiting factors in teaching supervision by principals in improving teacher performance. The subjects of this research were principals, vice principals, and teachers. This study used qualitative approach and descriptive method. Meanwhile, the inhibiting factors of teaching supervision were the principals had other activities outside the school and did not have adequate time for the supervision, principal’s demonstration technique was still conventional, there was lack of fund, and there were teachers who were not creative and some of them were susceptible to illness (age factor).

DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.18995.02084

CHARACTERISTICS OF INDIVIDUALS AND WORKPLACE CONDITIONS WITH JOB SATISFACTION LECTURER HEALTH POLYTECHNIC OF ACEH
Teuku Salfiyadi
Paper ID: 745-1485874902
JIP. Ed. 5(1), 2017: 37-48.

Abstract
As an organization that produces health services, one of the factors that determine the quality of product is personnel who worked with dedication and professionalism. This is achieved when the manager is able to give a satisfaction to all employees on the job. This study aimed to investigate the relationship individual and workplace characteristics with job satisfaction of employee. The populations of study were 32 employees of Environmental Health Department of Health Polytechnic of Aceh. Individual and workplace characteristic and job satisfaction were collecting by structural questionnaires. The product moment correlation was conducted to analysis of the data. The study showed individual and workplace characteristics were strongly correlation on job satisfaction (p=0.000 and r = 0.805) or 80.5% the independent variables are able to explain the dependent variable of job satisfaction is r-square = 0.647, or by 64.7%.

DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.32416.79365

PARENTS’ ROLES IN PREVENTING DRUG ABUSES AMONG TEENAGERS (A CASE STUDY IN BANDA ACEH)
Chairan M. Nur
Paper ID: 745-1485874967
JIP. Ed. 5(1), 2017: 49-58.

Abstract
Drug abuse has became a serious problem and related to many aspects of human beings physically, psychologically, socially, etc. It is also leaded to early death, physical disability, social lost, economic impact, etc. Therefore, it is highly recommended appropriated approaches in preventing drug abuse. One basic purpose of this research was to find out the parents’ roles in preventing drug abuse among teenagers. That parent is obligated to educate their children as a main responsibility to God by having the children. Children are educated regularly in any occasions and conditions. The research applied the qualitative approach where the data collection was interview. The research location was in Banda Aceh. In addition, the samples of the study were unemployed and employed parents. The results of the research describes the efforts of parents in preventing their children from abusing drug, parents’ role as supervisors, indeed, parents should know their children friends, solving family problems, collaborating with educational institutions (schools or universities), collaborating with home environment, morever, it could be understood that to stop drug abuse need all parties involvement. Ideally, it should be started from the family. It is believed family is the first “school” for children. The role of parents however is very important in preventing drug abuse as a role model, a guider, a supervisor, in addition, parents need to know their children friends, to solve family problems, to collaborate with educational institutions (schools or universities),and to collaborate with environment nearby the home.

DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.35772.23683

THE RITUAL CALENDAR OF SOUTH ACEH, INDONESIA
Abdul Manan
Paper ID: 745-1485875070
JIP. Ed. 5(1), 2017: 49-58.

Abstract
This research explores the relations between the so-called normative Islam-as laid down in the canonical texts of the Qur’ān and hadīth-and the ways in which these normative ideas, perceptions and values are expressed in rituals in the society concerned. It pays particular attention to the ways in which the latter forms of ritual expression entail a culturally specific adaptation and valorization of the trans-cultural representations laid down in these Islamic text corpora and to the ways in which-according to local understanding and exegesis-these ritual actions generate a reproduction of the social relationships and their moral foundation in the society concerned. In-depth discussions had been conducted with the participants about the symbols, meanings and values, which they attach to these actions as to their effectiveness in achieving particular social, religious, political and moral aims besides a systematic survey of relevant published sources has complemented this field research. The meticulous examination of the village ritual calendar shows that three different perspectives on this social and moral order prevail: a traditional adat perspective, the historical Islamic perspective, and the modernist Islamic perspective. This attributes to Aneuk Jamee a complex dynamic socio-religious identity within the field of Indonesian cultures.

DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.11445.27363

THE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY IMPLEMENTATION OF JUDICIAL REVIEW BY THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA
Haposan Siallagan
Paper ID: 745-1485875272
JIP. Ed. 5(1), 2017: 77-90.

Abstract
All typical products regulated the state could be reviewed and tested through legal actions (legal remedies) facilitated by the constitution of the Republic of Indonesia. This mechanism has known as a review action. In addition, the review on the legislation, related to authorization or the right to review it (toetsingsrecht or the right to review) could be consisted of judges and executives and also the legislatives. The authority of judicial review by the constitutional court is a judicial authority of the constitution. The authorization was a result of the third amendment to the Indonesian constitution of 1945. Regarding the developments of the implementation of the judicial authority by the constitutional court, there were increasing trend of judicial reviews year to year. Thus it indicates the number of regulations have problematic issue in term of of quality. Therefore, it is very urgent to critically evaluate the quality of the formulation of laws in order to avoid the cancellation of the law itself through a judicial authority possessed through the constitutional court.

DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.24867.04645

LAW PART OF THE FRAMEWORK FOR ACCOUNTABILITY IN POLICY INTERPRETATION AND PRACTICE
Vanessa Abbasi; Karolina Marzieh
Paper ID: 745-1485875480
JIP. Ed. 5(1), 2017: 91-100.

Abstract
Law can increasingly be seen as part of the framework for accountability in policy interpretation and practice. This is reflected in important judgments in the UK and European context, where courts have been proactive in challenging restrictive interpretations by agencies of their legal duties, or even by parliament in law-making that is incompatible with the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms. Without attention to the practice environment for legal and ethical practice, the role of law in welfare reform will be compromised, however robust the legal framework. Subsequently, empirical work has explored how social workers learn about the law, in both practice and academic environments, and how they use that learning. This paper considers the complex relationships between law, welfare policy and social work practice, to address the question of what role legal frameworks might play in achieving welfare policy and professional practice goals. These debates illustrate is the essentially contested nature of the relationship between law and practice and the delicate balance between law and ethics within a framework for professional accountability. It is hardly surprising, perhaps, that law is often seen by practitioners as alien and hostile territory.

DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.18156.16008

FEDERALISM CRITICAL ARGUMENTS AS THE TRANSFIGURATIONS OF NIGERIAN FEDERALISM
Micayla Abtahi; Catherine Battell
Paper ID: 745-1485875598
JIP. Ed. 5(1), 2017: 101-114.

Abstract
Although concerns for equity have become ever more central within mathematics education, there is still little consensus on how the term should be defined or how to effectively work towards equity in classroom learning. Equity initiatives that rely solely on arguments about achievement gaps can be dangerous, as they can perpetuate deficit notions of marginalized students and position dominant groups as the norm to which others should aspire. The project is analyzed using Marilyn Cochran-Smith’s six principles of pedagogy for teaching for social justice. In the study group, teachers were involved in designing research projects to honour their students’ cultural and community knowledge and to develop mathematics teaching with a social justice focus. We offer three examples of teaching mathematics for social justice in diverse classrooms, and consider the broader implications of inquiry projects such as these. While we and the teachers came together as a group because of a shared interest in using a social justice approach to mathematics teaching. We found that the study group process ended up emphasizing some aspects of teaching for social justice – in particular, bringing social justice issues explicitly into the curriculum, building on student interests and experiences, and working with families and community.

DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.31577.93281