JOURNAL of EDUCATIONS <p><strong>JOURNAL of Educations (JOED) </strong>is a journal which provides a forum for publishing research or review articles related to researches in instruction, learning and teaching, curriculum development, learning environment, teacher education, educational technology, and educational development.</p> en-US Mon, 20 Feb 2023 20:09:02 +0700 OJS 60 THE INFLUENCE OF LEADERSHIP, WORK MOTIVATION AND DISCIPLINE ON TEACHER PERFORMANCE IN PRIVATE MADRASAH ALIYAHIN TAPIN DISTRICT <p>The teacher's performance in carrying out ethical responsibilities as an educator creates a <br />multiplier effect on the achievements and work targets set. Indicators of a positive impact <br />on learning achievement are marked by minimal mastery achieved. However, if the <br />teacher's performance does not meet the expectations set, the continuity of learning is <br />greatly disrupted. Teachers as agents of change in changing learning conditions and being <br />responsible for pedagogical ethics towards students need to have sufficient academic <br />competency standards. School formal institutional targets and educational fundamental <br />goals can be achieved if supported by the determinant variables of leadership, work <br />motivation and discipline possessed by educators.<br />Collaboration and the simultaneous significance of aspects of education, work motivation <br />and work discipline are very likely to produce positive and significant teacher performance <br />outputs if they are carried out in synergy in realizing the basic constitutional instructions <br />of the state, namely educating the life of the nation.<br />The target to be achieved in this series of studies is linear with an empirical basis and a <br />comprehensive methodology. A brief description includes identifying the effect of the <br />variables of leadership, work motivation, and discipline simultaneously on teacher <br />performance. Sample support of 76 private Madrasah Aliyah teachers in Tapin District is <br />coherent with the implementation of quantitative methods in analyzing data and able to <br />provide definitive parameters related to the influence of leadership variables (X1), the <br />second independent variable work motivation (X2), the third independent variable <br />discipline (X3) on performance variables teacher (Y) as the dependent variable.<br />The significance level of the effect of leadership on teacher performance is 0.452 and work <br />motivation on teacher performance is 0.690 and work discipline has an effect on teacher <br />performance of 0.464 which leads to the conclusion that the calculation of multiple <br />regression on the three independent variables on the dependent variable is based on Fcount <br />&gt; Ftable (72.477 &gt; 2.73) with significance of 0.000 &gt; 0.05 with an effect of 75.1%.</p> Syahrial Shaddiq Copyright (c) 2023 JOURNAL of EDUCATIONS Mon, 20 Feb 2023 00:00:00 +0700 LITERACY, NUMERACY, AND SCIENTIFIC LITERACY LEVELS FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN BANJARMASIN <p>Achievements Participant students in literacy, numeracy, and science in Indonesia are in the bottom 10 countries based on the 2018 PISA survey. Through the Ministry of Education and Culture in the independent curriculum, the government has improved self-capacity development stimulation services for students with the Minimum Competency Assessment (AKM). AKM focuses on highlighting literacy and numeracy competencies in depth. On the other hand, even though it is not included in the main focus of the independent curriculum, scientific literacy is considered one of the main requirements for forming a democratic society. This can be seen from the OECD's particular interest in scientific literacy. The importance of literacy, numeracy, and scientific literacy for students underlies this research to determine junior high school students' literacy, numeracy, and scientific literacy levels in Banjarmaisn. This type of research is descriptive quantitative. Data collection is done by testing and documentation. The results showed that the literacy level of junior high school students in Banjarmasin was at the "basic" level with an average mastery of 35.4%, numeracy at the "basic" level with an average mastery rate of 29.9%, and scientific literacy at the "basic" level. Low" with an average passing rate of 48.8%. Literacy, numeracy, and scientific literacy are essential for students, so there is a need for relevant strategies to improve students' literacy, numeracy, and scientific.</p> Akmalia Nur Rahmah, Rizky Febriyani Putri, Sauqina Copyright (c) 2023 JOURNAL of EDUCATIONS Tue, 29 Aug 2023 00:00:00 +0700