AMCA Journal of Education and Behavioral Change 2024-01-15T06:38:43+00:00 Muhammad Faqih Open Journal Systems <p>AMCA Journal of Education &amp; Behavioral Change (AJEB) 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. AJEB publishes scientific papers from original research, review articles, studies and articles, book reviews, and case studies. This paper emphasizes the study of education and its implications for the behavior change process. 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. AJEB is issued twice a year (April and October). The journal is published in the online version, is free access and download.</p> THE ROLE OF SOCIAL MEDIA USE, KNOWLEDGE SHARING, AND INTRINSIC MOTIVATION ON STUDENT CREATIVITY 2024-01-15T06:38:43+00:00 Nur Hikmah Susan Febriantina Tuty Sariwulan <p>This research was conducted with the aim of determining the role of social media use, knowledge sharing and intrinsic motivation on the creativity of students at SMKN 48 Jakarta. The research uses a quantitative approach, namely by distributing questionnaires. The population in the study were all active students at SMKN 48 Jakarta and sampling in this study used a proportionate stratified random sampling technique with sample calculation using the Hair formula, so the minimum sample was 240 students. The data analysis technique used consists of an outer model and an inner model using SmartPLS software version 4.0. The results of this research show that there is a strong influence on the use of social media on knowledge sharing with an f-square value of 0.393. High use of social media will influence students to share knowledge because the development of information available on social media has a wide scope. The results of this research reveal that the use of social media, knowledge sharing and intrinsic motivation simultaneously have a significant influence on creativity. In addition, the use of social media and intrinsic motivation have a significant influence on knowledge sharing.</p> 2024-01-15T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 AMCA Journal of Education and Behavioral Change