AMCA Journal of Education and Behavioral Change <p><strong>AMCA Journal of Education &amp; Behavioral Change</strong> (<strong>AJEB</strong>) is an official international journal published by the Association of Muslim Community in ASEAN (AMCA) that emphasizes the study and implications of education and the process of behaviour change. This journal aims to provide the publication of high-quality reference papers in the field of education. Contributions are received from all relevant and insightful areas of behavior change. <strong>AJEB</strong> is issued twice a year (April and October). The journal is published in the online version, is free access and download. </p> <p><a><span class="blockTitle">e-ISSN</span></a><a><span class="blockTitle"> 2776-1185</span></a></p> AMCA en-US AMCA Journal of Education and Behavioral Change 2776-1185 The effectiveness of online learning during the covid-19 pandemic <p>This study aimed to obtain information about the effectiveness of the online learning process in the Covid-19 pandemic. The study uses explorative qualitative methods with an inductive approach. In this study, the respondents involved were five people from SDN 01 Sape Kabupaten Bima, consisting of 1 teacher, two student guardians, and two students. To maintain the confidentiality of respondents’ identities, researchers gave the names of respondents P1, P2, P3, P4, and P5. The interviews were conducted in a structured manner with questions compiled and linked and developed with related literature. Weak supervision of students, lack of signal strength in remote areas, and expensive quota fees are challenges in online learning. The results of this study are less effective online learning because of the lack of facilities and infrastructure and the unpreparedness of technological education.</p> Siera Ferri Putri Copyright (c) 2021 Siera Ferri Putri 2021-04-08 2021-04-08 1 1 5 7 10.51773/ajeb.v1i1.57 Developing supplementary listening materials for vocational high school students using technology, education, and design (ted) online media <p>This study used an adapted the research and development designed by Hyland (2003) (1), which consisted of eight stages, namely(1) Need analysis, (2) Carrying Out Survey, (3) Developing the Product, (4) Experts Validation, (5) Revision I, (6) Product Try Out, (7) Revision II, and (8) Final Product. The instruments used in the need analysis were a questionnaire, an interview guide, and a classroom observation sheet. The students’ data were calculated in percentages, and those from the teacher interview and classroom observation were described qualitatively. The data from the need analysis<br>were used as a basic consideration for material development. The story of ”Golden Cucumber” was chosen based on the result of need analysis which most of the students did not know about the ”Golden Cucumber” story because moreover, they like to read foreign folktales. From the”Golden Cucumber” story,<br>the students can learn to keep survive when they meet problems and not give up. Questionnaires were provided for the validation of language and the validation of the media. The result of these questionnaires was used to revise the product before the try-out. Some revisions are based on the expert’s validation stage, such as grammatical errors in the narration of the story, worksheet, and unsuitable between text with some pictures. The expert and teacher data were analysed qualitatively, while data from the try-out were analysed qualitatively and quantitatively. The try-out was conducted once on Thursday, 9 October 2020. It was carried out in Class X Networking 4 that consisted of thirty-nine students. The result from the questionnaires showed that the students liked the video animation and could answer the questions. That been showed with the average score of all the students was 86.6. They were interested in watching the video animation entitled Golden Cucumber. The data obtained from the questionnaires also showed that 55% of students said that the media really helped them, and 45% of students said that the video animation quite helped them to understand the story and answer the questions.</p> Andree Rivan Kurniawan Copyright (c) 2021 Andree Rivan Kurniawan 2021-04-08 2021-04-08 1 1 8 10 10.51773/ajeb.v1i1.54 Challenges of English online learning during covid-19: A survey study of secondary school students' perceptions <p>The Covid-19 pandemic currently occurring has changed conventional classrooms to online classrooms. This current study is a descriptive quantitative study consisting of an analysis of a survey on secondary school student's perceptions of their English online learning during the pandemic. One hundred seventy-three students of Tazkia IIBS Malang were involved in this study. The data were in the form of students’ perceptions of online learning in terms of accessibility, E-Learning Platform, material delivery, assignments delivery, and participation. The result was then summarized into tables, charts, and narrative descriptions. The study discovers two significant challenges faced by students in the English online class. They are teachers’ material/instructions delivery and the assignments’ time deadline. In terms of material and assignment delivery, the study suggests teachers employ interactive and engaging E-Learning platforms to participate more actively and enthusiastically, especially for secondary school students who haven’t been accustomed to virtual learning.</p> Dian Asmi Setoningsih Copyright (c) 2021 Dian Asmi Setoningsih 2021-04-08 2021-04-08 1 1 11 14 10.51773/ajeb.v1i1.55 Development of moodle-based e-learning as a mathematics learning media to improve student learning outcomes in integral materials <p>This study aims to: (1) develop e-learning in mathematics, especially integral material for class XI students; (2) to determine the feasibility of e-learning products; and (3) to determine student achievement after using e-learning. This type of research is Research and Development (R&amp;D), which is adapted from the Alessi and Trollips model. The development procedure includes planning, design, and development. This study shows the following results; (1) E-learning products can be developed by an online learning management system (LMS) created with Moodle application software; (2) e-learning products in mathematics have met the criteria and are suitable as learning media based on validation from media experts, material experts, and students. The average score of the media experts was 3.95 in the good category, the average score of the material experts was 4.5 in the very good category, while the average score of the students’ assessment was 4.27 in the very good category; (3) the process of learning mathematics using e-learning can be considered more effective which is indicated by the increase of student achievement. The increase in student learning achievement can be seen from the average scores of the pretest and posttest results, namely 66.57 and 90.57, with the percentage of student learning completeness of 100%.</p> Imamah Dien Fitrieyah Copyright (c) 2021 Imamah Dien Fitrieyah 2021-04-08 2021-04-08 1 1 15 19 10.51773/ajeb.v1i1.56