International Journal of Applied Science and Research

International Journal of Applied Science and Research

Basic info

  • Publisher: origins publication
  • Country of publisher: india
  • Platform/Host/Aggregator: Scientific Journals Publisher
  • Date added to EuroPub: 2020/Apr/12

Subject and more

  • LCC Subject Category: Agricultural Science, Business Administration, Archaeology, Biological Sciences, Computer and Information Science, Earth Sciences, Economics, Education, Engineering, Environmental Sciences
  • Publisher's keywords: Agricultural Science, Archaeology, Biological Sciences, Earth Sciences, Economics, Environmental Sciences
  • Language of fulltext: english
  • Time from submission to publication: 20 weeks

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  • Article Processing Charges (APCs): Yes, 60USD
  • Submission charges: No
  • Waiver policy for charges? No

Open access & licensing

  • Type of License: CC BY
  • License terms
  • Open Access Statement: No
  • Year open access content began: 2018
  • Does the author retain unrestricted copyright? False
  • Does the author retain publishing rights? False

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This journal has '2' articles

Scrum as a Strategy for Learning Skills through Projects. Didactic Proposal for its Implementation in the Education technology curriculum

Scrum as a Strategy for Learning Skills through Projects. Didactic Proposal for its Implementation in the Education technology curriculum

Authors: Agabat H.E.Elnour

This study aims at conceptualizing how the Agile strategy, especially Scrum, may be used in education environments as a learning tool in universities, especially at education colleges, to make sure quality of education in line with the achievement, learning skills of the 21st century. First, the features of this methodology are described in process mapping with 12 steps so as to be easy to implement in the education environment and later connected to the literature of learning skills in the 21st century. This experience has shown that implementing the Scrum methodology may improve learning skills of the 21th century in terms of collaboration, self-regulation, and an increase in cognitive and metacognitive learning outcomes. Secondly, an empirical study was conducted. The Scrum methodology forces the teacher and students to clarify its purpose. As a result, its complexity is decreasing, and therefore the real-world issue is becoming less overwhelming. The reviews illustrate particularly the concepts that play a serious role. Thus, uncertainty about what to be told within the end-of-term tests pales. This, however, requires a redesign of context-based approaches. Developing an exciting real question isn't enough. It should be in the course of carefully developing tasks and appropriate reviews. Scrum celebrations and artifacts facilitate student collaboration and self-organization. Regular and explicit attention to those high-level skills may lead students to raise harden their future lives. The implementation of this technique may give new impetus to the promotion of context-based approaches. The study also suggests using the scrum methodology in an educational environment.It is necessary to own a guided oversight in well-designed professional development programs for the teacher to welltrained to use scrum a technique.

Keywords: agile methodologies, Scrum, Education technology, learning skills,
Public Services Management in Crisis Situations: A case study of Society's expectationsof the people of Bekasi City.

Public Services Management in Crisis Situations: A case study of Society's expectationsof the people of Bekasi City.

Authors: Adhy Firdaus

The covid-19 epidemic is the worst health disaster of the year. The epidemic is threatening every country in the world. Pushing every citizen to imprison themselves at home and shutting down their direct oral communication with others. The research focus is on the People's expectations of the government officers’ work. The research questions are 1) what is in the minds of government officials when a disaster occurs? What is their response to victims when disasters take place? 2) What do they do to help communities affected by the disaster? 3) How do they respond to disaster? Since the study concerning humanitarian and social science matters, that is the feeling of the person affected by the disasters and pandemics, the qualitative method, and the phenomenology approach was perfectly suitable to be used for this study. The setting was in Jakarta’s government public offices which are spread out at many locations in the Capital City of Jakarta. The research found that in disasters time people expect the officers in public services office are more responsive to the victims, be fair and just, care and supportive.

Keywords: care, epidemic, officials, public service, responsive, supportive

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