Lesson Design in Science Education and Its Correlation on Immigrant Students: A Case Study in Indonesian Schools in Sabah, Malaysia (73931)

Session Information: Learning Experiences, Student Learning & Learner Diversity
Session Chair: Francis Ankyiah

Saturday, 25 November 2023 14:40
Session: Session 3
Room: Room B (Live Stream)
Presentation Type: Live-Stream Presentation

All presentation times are UTC + 9 (Asia/Tokyo)

SDG 4 aims to provide inclusive and quality primary and junior high school education to boys and girls. The Indonesian government has established a Community Learning Center (Center) in Sabah, Malaysia, to provide education to the children of Indonesian immigrants, in line with the national objective of enhancing the lives of its citizens. Furthermore, the Indonesian government initiated a program to deploy accredited teachers for the instruction of CLC students. Teaching immigrant students differs from teaching non-immigrant students. Several prior studies have demonstrated that well-prepared teachers significantly improve the academic performance of immigrant students. This study seeks to examine the correlation between the lesson design utilized by a teacher in the classroom and the academic performance of immigrant students. Levin's lesson design points will be a reference for this analysis. Science was chosen as it is a mandatory subject for the national examination. In the contemporary era of information and technology, the rapid growth of scientific knowledge and technological advancements underscores the critical importance of science and technology education for the future of societies. This study employs a mixed-methods design, with 103 instructors and 999 students as research subjects. According to the study's findings, student performance in the science lesson and the teacher's use of a learning design in the classroom are correlated. Recommendations were presented for educators of CLC students in Sabah, Malaysia.

Diyah Rachmawati Tohari, Waseda University, Japan

About the Presenter(s)
I am currently conducting research about Teacher Professional Development Design to Promote Immigrant Student Academic Achievement. I am interest in education development, teacher education, migration, immigrant childern education, partnership.

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