PUPIL: International Journal of Teaching, Education and Learning http://www.grdspublishing.org/index.php/PUPIL <p><strong>ISSN</strong> <strong>2457-0648</strong></p> Global Research & Development Services Publishing en-US PUPIL: International Journal of Teaching, Education and Learning 2457-0648 <p><strong>Copyright of Published Articles</strong></p> <p>Author(s) retain the article copyright and publishing rights without any restrictions.</p> <p><a href="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/" rel="license"><img src="https://i.creativecommons.org/l/by-nc/4.0/88x31.png" alt="Creative Commons License" /></a></p> <p>This work is licensed under a <a href="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/" rel="license">Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License</a>.</p> THE DETERMINANTS OF STUDENT’S INTENTION TO USE DIGITAL WALLET http://www.grdspublishing.org/index.php/PUPIL/article/view/2241 <p><em>There are many digital wallets service were used by Indonesian customers during the COVID-19 pandemic. This study aims to analyze the determinants of students' intentions to use digital wallet based on the unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT). The research sample is Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES) students who have used digital wallet in online purchase transactions. The sampling technique used in this study was incidental sampling. This survey has 135 participants. Data was gathered using questionnaires. </em>Partial Least Squares Structural Equation Modeling (PLS-SEM)<em> was used to analyze the data. The study's findings suggest that performance expectations, facilitating conditions, and habits can influence students' intentions to use digital wallet positive and significantly Meanwhile, it was found that effort expectancy, social influence, hedonic motives, and price value were not determinants of students' intention to use digital wallet. The other results show that students' online shopping habits influence their intention and behavior to continue using digital wallet. Students will find it easier to make purchases online. Furthermore, students have high-quality smartphones. The intention and behavior of using digital wallets will significantly increase. The future of research agenda is to explore the theory of online shopping behavior and digital wallet usage.</em></p> Hengky Pramusinto Ahmad Nurkhin Kardoyo Kardoyo Khasan Setiaji Dwi Noor Rachmawati Puspadiningrum Copyright (c) 2023 Hengky Pramusinto, Ahmad Nurkhin, Kardoyo Kardoyo, Khasan Setiaji, Dwi Noor Rachmawati Puspadiningrum https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2023-11-15 2023-11-15 7 3 01 16 10.20319/pijtel.2023.73.0116 WHAT KIND OF LEARNING MEDIA THAT LECTURERS AND STUDENTS WANT? NEED ANALYSIS ON HYBRID SCIENCE LEARNING http://www.grdspublishing.org/index.php/PUPIL/article/view/2242 <p><em>The pandemic that has passed had an impact on the field of education, one of which is in hybrid science learning. This study aims to obtain information related to the learning media needed by students and lecturers in hybrid science learning. The research method applied is quantitative research with data collection techniques, namely through questionnaires. The population of this study was 120 students and 5 lecturers in the Department of Elementary School Teacher Education, Universitas Negeri Semarang. The data were analyzed using a descriptive quantitative approach. The results of the study indicate that there is a need to develop hybrid learning media in science learning. Lecturers and students agree that they need learning media that can support science learning in the form of technology-based media, contain contextual learning materials, supported by image, and can present real elements. This is assessed by lecturers and students to make it easier to understand the learning material. Thus, it can be understood that the development of science learning media with the previously mentioned criteria is needed in improving students' understanding of science concepts in hybrid science learning. </em></p> Barokah Isdaryanti Farid Ahmadi Siti Nuzulia Indah Fajarini Sri Wahyuningrum Moh. Farizqo Irvan Copyright (c) 2023 Barokah Isdaryanti, Farid Ahmadi, Siti Nuzulia, Indah Fajarini Sri Wahyuningrum, Moh. Farizqo Irvan https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2023-11-15 2023-11-15 7 3 17 31 10.20319/pijtel.2023.73.1731 AUTOMATIC PRONUNCIATION ASSESSMENT IN A FLIPPED CLASSROOM CONTEXT http://www.grdspublishing.org/index.php/PUPIL/article/view/2158 <p><em>Automatic pronunciation assessment programs allow learners to practice pronunciation independently and receive immediate feedback based on acoustic analysis of their speech compared to a pronunciation model. The programs display a high level of reliability when assessing speakers’ pronunciation accuracy. The paper aims to present the results of an investigation into a recent experimental application of an automatic pronunciation assessment online program used within the flipped classroom of English phonetics and phonology course taught to foreign language pre-service teachers of English. Flipped learning approach was selected to offload the preliminary activities and tasks that do not require the immediate attention of the teacher to an online learning management system. Thus, course participants’ face-to-face learning could be enhanced and more effective. The participants could practice and receive tailored feedback from an online program before the face-to-face class. After the individual pronunciation practice, they could discuss more complex questions with the lecturer and, in collaboration with fellow students. The paper will present the survey results among the course participants who evaluated their experience with automatic pronunciation evaluation. Special attention is paid to the potential use of such programs for developing linguistic competence.</em></p> Hana Vančová Copyright (c) 2023 Hana Vančová https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2023-11-15 2023-11-15 7 3 32 49 10.20319/pijtel.2023.73.3249 TEACHING THE FIRST STORIES OF MUKHTAR AUEZOV IN HIGH SCHOOL http://www.grdspublishing.org/index.php/PUPIL/article/view/2192 <p><em>The article deals with the study of the stories of the talented writer M.</em> <em>Auezov, known not only in our original literature</em> <em>but in all human literature and culture.</em> <em>Methods of teaching with students by analyzing the artistic-ideological feature of the writer's stories in the higher school are offered. </em><em>Along with the literary side, M.</em> <em>Auezov speaks about the importance of fundamental research in the field of literary criticism, and pedagogical work in the field of teaching, psychological and philosophical ideas.</em> <em>The first stories of the writer are considered as a means of teaching art and worldview, raising questions,</em><em> and</em><em> skills of character development in the university. </em><em>The author s</em><em>hows ways to engage students in cognitive work, research, conducting thematic-compositional analysis of the conversation, a comprehensive analysis of the characters, mastering the text</em><em> and </em><em>literary analysis in the teaching of students in high school.</em> <em>The speech goes about the new research of the writer's work and the new perception of the writer's work.</em><em> In conclusion, the author gui</em><em>de</em><em>s</em><em> future specialists</em><em> in </em><em>Kazakh literature to assess the vitality and value of fiction, including the heritage of M.</em> <em>Auezov, which is our national value.</em></p> Azatbakyt Ainur Ercan Alkaya Copyright (c) 2023 Azatbakyt Ainur, Ercan Alkaya https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2023-11-15 2023-11-15 7 3 50 60 10.20319/pijtel.2023.73.5060 MARKET-BASED MANAGEMENT (MBM) APPROACH TO SUCCESS IN HIGHER EDUCATION: LESSONS FROM A MID-SIZED BUSINESS INSTITUTE http://www.grdspublishing.org/index.php/PUPIL/article/view/2217 <p><em>This research examines a mid-sized business institute, SZABIST-Dubai by using a qualitative research methodology of case study. The research objective is </em><em>to explore the adoption of Market-Based Management (MBM) for its application in Higher Education and to recommend Market Based Management that is lean and agile enough to identify local market opportunities, understand its unique requirements and initiate processes to capture these opportunities before they are lost to competition. Some significant findings of this paper are the survival and profitability challenges faced by SZABIST and a unidirectional centralised decision-making model that is adapted currently at the institute. The outcome of this paper is its proposition of Market Based Management (MBM) as a tool to evolve into a knowledge-based learning organization that is more responsive to regional and local challenges. The most significant contribution of this paper towards this objective is the founding of Task Teams that transform tacit learning into explicit knowledge through the process of socialisation. This paper may be useful for future researchers who wish to extend these findings to other higher educational institutes. </em></p> Uzma Zaidi Copyright (c) 2023 Uzma Zaidi https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2023-11-15 2023-11-15 7 3 61 75 10.20319/pijtel.2023.73.6175 ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF THE SCIENCEREADY PREPARATORY SHORT COURSE ON STUDENT ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE http://www.grdspublishing.org/index.php/PUPIL/article/view/2243 <p><em>Starting university can be a daunting experience representing a big adjustment for first year students. Facilitating a smooth transition to university sets students up for successful degree completion; however, if students struggle or become disengaged, they can underperform or drop out completely. An early support system, the 'ScienceReady' short course has been designed to assist with the transition to university study for nursing and midwifery students. It has been designed to provide essential academic skills and foundational science knowledge, reduce anxiety, and assist in the formation of early friendship groups, with the overall aim to improve student success. As well as improving background knowledge, the course also allows students to visit laboratories, meet staff and interact with their peers. Despite its scope, we knew little about the impact of attending ScienceReady on later academic outcomes. This study assessed the impact of ScienceReady attendance on first-year academic success, providing evidence for the importance of early support systems in tertiary success.</em></p> Erin Lousberg Rajini Lagiseti Jyothi Thalluri Copyright (c) 2023 Erin Lousberg, Rajini Lagiseti, Jyothi Thalluri https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2023-11-15 2023-11-15 7 3 76 88 10.20319/pijtel.2023.73.7688 SOFT SKILLS FOR THE SUCCESS OF INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY http://www.grdspublishing.org/index.php/PUPIL/article/view/2220 <p><em>Research collaboration is expected to offer many advantages, including the pooling of ideas, the creation of a shared identity and efficiency in the production of resources. This viewpoint has led to the development of a Europe-wide project involving several partner universities over 9 years. Many researchers are joining forces to work on collaborative projects, in the hope of benefitting science and the common good. However, these projects can be hampered by a number of difficulties, including too little recognition of the importance of cross-disciplinary skills in bringing a group project to a successful conclusion. Our presentation will review the specific features of the collaborative research context and focus on the specific cross-disciplinary skills required with the objective to successfully complete collaborative research projects. Our methodology based on qualitative research will show our experience of several international collaborative projects, which we will supplement with a corpus of exchanges and interviews. Our findings from this project show that among the causes of the difficulties encountered, those relating to cross-disciplinary skills are central and among the skills required for collaborative research projects to run smoothly, our results highlight some of them. Our research shows the importance of the social link and soft skills in collaborative research projects and could be useful in future to those who want to start a new project and who may have underestimated the central importance of these soft skills.</em></p> Marie-Anne Châteaureynaud Dr. Marie-Christine Deyrich Dr. Marie-France Burgain Copyright (c) 2023 Marie-Anne Châteaureynaud, Dr. Marie-Christine Deyrich, Dr. Marie-France Burgain https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2023-11-15 2023-11-15 7 3 89 100 10.20319/pijtel.2023.73.89100 EFFECT OF METACOGNITIVE INTERVENTION STRATEGIES IN ENHANCING RESILIENCE AMONG PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS http://www.grdspublishing.org/index.php/PUPIL/article/view/2247 <p><em>The arena of metacognition has been studied in various disciplines including education, psychology, positive psychology, and neuroscience, however, research studies have yet to address the role of metacognition in enhancing resilience. Thus, the present study explored how metacognitive intervention strategies enhance resilience among pre-service teachers. The understanding of resilience may act as a catalyst for pre-service teachers to overcome difficulties during and after their training period. An experimental method with a single group design was employed in this study and the sample was 20 pre-service teachers undertaking the Bachelor of Education course at </em><em>Alagappa University College of Education, Alagappa University, Karaikudi, Sivagangai district, Tamil Nadu, India. </em><em>The convenience sampling technique was utilized for this study. A metacognitive awareness questionnaire constructed and validated by the researcher and research supervisor with a Cronbach’s alpha reliability of the present sample is 0.72 and a Resilience Appraisal Scale (RAS) developed by Johnson et al., 2010 with Cronbach’s alpha reliability of the present sample is 0.75 were used for data collection. Results revealed that metacognitive intervention strategies influence the resilience of pre-service teachers and considerable improvement present in resilience among pre-service teachers after the experimentation period. Future research needs to focus on various dimensions of resilience for extensive knowledge and survey research would encourage measuring these constructs in the larger sample.</em></p> KR. Geetha Dr. M. Parimala Fathima Copyright (c) 2023 KR. Geetha, Dr. M. Parimala Fathima https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2023-11-15 2023-11-15 7 3 101 112 10.20319/pijtel.2023.73.101112