1st Edition

Reimagining Innovation in Education and Social Sciences Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Arts and Humanities (IJCAH 2022), September 10-11, 2022, Surabaya, Indonesia

    412 Pages
    by Routledge

    Certainly, the pandemic has affected several aspects of life. Several modifications have been made and are now continuing. The number of innovations has expanded substantially, particularly in the fields of education and social sciences. Innovations are produced by educators, scientists, and professionals. These innovations must be distributed to aid the development of society in the sphere of education and beyond. After the eradication of the disease, we shall assist one another in conquering it and then develop and prosper together. This volume contains the works of educators, researchers, practitioners, and academics presenting the most recent research results, issues, and practical difficulties and solutions found in the domains of Education, Cultural Studies, Applied Linguistics, and Community Services. Reimagining is a creative method to approach or address challenges associated with innovation in the fields of education, cultural studies, applied linguistics, community services, or social sciences. Due to the topic areas covered in this proceeding, it is appropriate for instructors, researchers, practitioners, and academics who specialize in the aforementioned subjects.

    The Open Access version of this book, available at http://www.taylorfrancis.com, has been made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives (CC-BY-NC-ND) 4.0 license. Funded by Universitas Negeri Surabaya, Indonesia.

    Unravelling The Teacher of Students with Special Needs Experience During The Pandemic

    Decision Making in COVID-19: Students' Cognitive styles and Moods during Post-Pandemic

    The Implementation of Sport for Development (S4D) Framework to Enhance Character Building in Physical Education

    Beliefs of Fun in Learning and Attitudes to Inclusive Education in Indonesia

    The Implementation of Guidance and Counselling' Supervision on Teachers in Middle School

    Sport's Program Implementation among State Universities and Colleges as Input for a Proposed Sports Development Manual

    The Implementation of Problem Based Learning (PBL) on ECE' Learning  Strategy to Support the Emancipation Learning Program

    Profile of Critical and Creative Thinking Skills of Chemistry Education Students based on Non-routine Problems

    Prospective Teachers' Conception of Temperature and Pressure/Volume Factors in Chemical Equilibrium

    The implementation of Adaptation, Imitation, and Modification (AIM) in ESP-Courses

    "Open Your Camera, Please!": EFL Student Teachers’ Emotions in Online Teaching Practicum

    Fanfiction as Literacy Practices in Rainbow Rowell’s "Fangirl"

    Source Language in Third Language Acquisition for BIPA Students

    Multilingual Children's Language Use: The case of "The Return of Superman" Show

    Language used in "Indonesia's Next Top Model Cycle 2" TV Show

    People's Perception towards the Use of English in a Multilingual Community

    The Language Norms Used by a Korean-Indonesian Mixed-Married Family Living in Korea

    Archiving Indonesian Online Literature Magazine as a Data Resource

    Analyzing Educational Language Policy Using Zone of Mediation Framework

    A Javanese Wordplay Using Affixation and Truncation Processes in Northern Surabaya: Narrative Inquiry

    Translation Procedures of CSIs in Indonesian version of Legend of the Phoenix

    The Discourse of Environment in Indonesian Tourism Website: A
    Corpus-Assisted Study

    Robot to Develop Autistic Children's Social Communication Skills

    Developing Global Collaboration Skills in the Era of Unlimited Learning

    Virtual Math Lab: A Guide to Compiling Math Word Problems

    Development of Islamic Guidance and Counselling Applications to Improve Self-Efficacy of Students

    Non-Locomotor Movement Manipulatives in Bocce Sports Learning for Students with Intellectual Disabilities

    Social Media Engagements in the Education Industry for Effective Communication Channel

    Does Education Expenditure Promote Long-run Economic Growth? Education Expenditure based on Thai Historical Data

    Student Achievement Motivation Scale: Hope for Success and Fear of Failure?

    Analysing the need for Qur'anic Digital Learning for Higher Education: Case Study of Universitas Negeri Malang

    Exploring the Pre-Service Teacher' Professional Competencies through Online Practicum

    Does Demographic Background Matter on Students’ Mathematical Problem-Solving Based-Integrated STEM?

    Engineering Design Process Based on LMS: Trial on Biophysics for Pre-Service Science Teacher

    Digital Video Project: Promoting Students’ Autonomy in Academic Speaking for EFL Students

    A study on Children's Understandings of Values through Reflective Practices using a Values-Based Reflection Framework (VBRF)

    Determinants of Caregivers’ Burden of Cancer Patients; A Systematic Review

    The Implementation of Sexuality Education through Parents Ethnopedology in Family

    Gender Resilience in Indonesia

    Transformational Leadership of Student Development in the Optimization of Student Climate and Organizational Culture in the New Normal Education Era

    The Prevalence of Young Children of Emotional Disturbance During Online Learning in the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Knowledge Mapping on Political Cynicism: A Bibliometric Analysis in Politic Education

    Teacher Shortages Requiring Collaborative Efforts on Challenging COVID-19

    Housework as a Positive Function of Healthy Children in Family Education – Current Status in Contradiction with Tradition

    The Impact of Expenditure in Education Towards Poverty Reduction

    Analysis of Information Literacy and Argumentation Skills Student Prospective Science Teacher

    Meta-Analysis of Learning Media Used in Physics Education as a Learning Medium in the Pandemic Period

    Contribution of Science Writing Heuristics to Students' Argumentation Skills in Learning Science


    Wulan Patria Saroinsong has been a lecturer at the Early Childhood Education Department, Faculty of Education, Universitas Negeri Surabaya, Indonesia, since 2014. Huazhong Normal University in China gave her a Ph.D. in developmental and educational psychology. She is an expert in the field of children and youth mental health, particularly in addiction behavior. She has published several papers in reputable international reputable journals indexed by Scopus and Web of Science. She has also served as a reviewer for publications such as Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: Gulf Perspectives and the International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction.

    Muhamad Nurul Ashar is a lecturer at Universitas Negeri Surabaya in Indonesia. He works in the Special Education Department. Ashar went to the University of Sydney in Australia and got a master's degree in special and inclusive education. He teaches some classes, such as "inclusive education," "learning for students with autism," and "assistive technology for people with disabilities." His research also focuses on the topics of inclusive education, assistive technology, and learning for students with autism. Ashar is a lecturer, but he is also involved with the Disability Study and Service Center, whose goal is to help students with disabilities get around campus. He also has some experience in reviewing papers from reputable journals.

    Irena Y. Maureen went to the University of Twente in the Netherlands and got an MSc and a Ph.D. in instructional technology. She has held a faculty position in educational technology at the Faculty of Education at Universitas Negeri Surabaya, Indonesia, since 2003. In the past two years, she has been asked to be a national online trainer, a keynote speaker, and a national journal reviewer in education, pedagogy, and technology. Her research interests focus on Instructional Design, Digital Literacy, and Early Childhood Education.

    Lina Purwaning Hartanti, S.Pd., M.EIL has been a lecturer at the Department of English Literature, Faculty of Language and Arts, Universitas Negeri Surabaya since 2005.

    Mita Anggaryani, M.P.D., Ph.D. has been a lecturer at the Department of Physics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Universitas Negeri Surabaya, Indonesia, since 2006. She received her Ph.D. in Science Communication from Australia's Australian National University. She is an expert in the fields of science communication, science-physics - Physics Education, and School-based Disaster Risk Reduction program and training. She has beeducationen published several papers in international reputable journals indexed by Scopus. She also experiences as a reviewer such as in Disaster Prevention Management, Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.

    Audrey Gabriella Titaley, S.Pd., M.Hum is a lecturer at the German Language Education Study Program, Faculty of Languages and Arts, Universitas Negeri Surabaya, Indonesia since 2021. She earned her master's degree in Linguistics (Foreign Language Teaching) Universitas Indonesia. She is interested on the field of German Languange Learning and Teaching andGerman Cultures. She also has an experince as a editor in the faculty journal Paramasastra: Jurnal Ilmiah Bahasa Sastra dan Pembelajarannya.