Harry B. Santoso

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Researchers have recognized that the success impact of e-Learning is not only affected by technical aspect but also pedagogical one. Facilitators in online learning class should be able to motivate their students to be active learners. One of the ways to do so is by giving personalized feedback. However, this is quite difficult to be applied. Therefore, the(More)
In this study, the relationship between students’ interest in engineering design activities and their expectancy for success in grades 9–12 was evaluated. The theoretical frameworks developed by Eccles and colleagues (i.e., expectancy value) and Butler and Cartier (i.e., what the students bring to contexts under a self-regulated learning framework) were(More)
Design and Technology Education: An International Journal 18.1 Abstract This exploratory study evaluated self-regulated learning (SRL) strategies of 27 students in grades 9-12 during an engineering design project. The specific focus of the study was on student task interpretation and its relation to planning and cognitive strategies in design activities.(More)
In this paper, the authors report on how students' perception of course material in terms of importance, utility, and interest is related to their self-regulated learning (SRL) skills and project performance in a web-intensive undergraduate learning environment. The data from 57 students were analyzed. Data sources included survey instruments, ranking(More)
Previous studies suggested that the implementation of note-taking strategies impacted students’ learning process and performance. Research also suggested that collaborative learning facilitates students to learn from different views of interpreting information. The objective of this study was to investigate students' metacognitive skills and social networks(More)
The major aim of this research was to develop new instructional materials and strategies to support engineering students, who are not electrical engineering majors, to learn electric circuit concepts. The study focused on activity Phase #3 of the Work in Progress paper presented at the 41st Frontiers in Education conference. The implementation of this phase(More)
The current study was part of activities in a Work in Progress paper presented at the 41 Frontiers in Education Conference that focused on activity Phase 2. This study evaluated students’ metacognition using the Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) framework while learning electric circuit concepts. Two research questions guided this study: (1) Was there any(More)
Asynchronous online discussion is used to facilitate communication between instructor and student, and also among fellow students. Although this communication tool is a frequently-used feature of elearning systems, there is still a limited number of studies evaluating the cognitive implications of this online discussion. This study aims to evaluate(More)