AMCA Journal of Education and Behavioral Change <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> en-US (Muhammad Faqih) (Muhammad Faqih) Wed, 08 Mar 2023 02:53:38 +0000 OJS 60 THE EFFECT OF BLENDED LEARNING AND CREATIVITY LEARNING METHODS ON LITERACY NUMBERS IN ECONOMIC LEARNING <p>This study was conducted with the aim to analyze the picture of Blended Learning learning<br>outcomes and student learning creativity towards literacy numeracy. The study was conducted<br>by distributing research measuring instruments in the form of questionnaires to respondents<br>who were then analyzed using path analysis. This study uses the type of research quantitative<br>research methods. Path analysis was conducted to test the explanatory survey research<br>methodology used in this study. The hypothesis test states that the value of significance to the<br>dependent variable is literacy numeracy. Blended learning and creativity learning have a<br>significant impact on the development of numeracy literacy in students.</p> Anisa Gyonti Agustiningtiyas, Suparno, Agus Wibowo Copyright (c) 2023 AMCA Journal of Education and Behavioral Change Sun, 03 Sep 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Optimizing School Start Times for Improved Student Health and Productivity: A Review of Current Research and Recommendations <p>Suboptimal school start times have been associated with negative health and academic outcomes in students. Optimizing school start times may improve student health and productivity. This study conducted a traditional literature review of studies published between 2013 and 2022 to examine the effects of school start times on student health and productivity. A total of 11 studies were included in the review. The studies consistently demonstrated that delaying school start times is associated with improved academic outcomes, including better grades, higher test scores, and fewer absences. Delaying school start times also improves student health outcomes, including reduced rates of depression, anxiety, and obesity. Based on the evidence presented in this review, delaying school start times is a promising strategy to improve student health and productivity. However, implementation of later start times requires careful consideration of logistical and financial factors. This literature review provides strong evidence supporting the benefits of delaying school start times for improving student health and productivity. Policymakers and educators should consider these findings when making decisions regarding school start times.</p> Galuh Paksi Copyright (c) 2023 AMCA Journal of Education and Behavioral Change Wed, 03 May 2023 00:00:00 +0000 THE FACTORS THE FACTORS THAT INFLUENCING LECTURERS CAREER DEVELOPMENT VIEWED BY ACADEMIC ASPECTS <p>Lecturers are professional educators and scientist with the disseminating knowledge, transforming education, developing ideas, and technology through education, research, and community service. Lecturer career development programs have been designed tovensure teaching quality and also improving lecturer’s professional careers. Performance is the process by which managers ensure that employee actions and outcomes contribute to the organization’s goals (Noe et al., 2010). The study examines the factors that affect the career advancement of lecturers, specifically from an academic perspective. The two main components considered are learning methodology and personal professionalism. The researcher analyzes and enhances these components based on performance indicators that impede their effectiveness. The researcher delves deeper into the meaning of these phenomena to better understand them. Qualitative research analysis and skills are highly influenced by the choice of words and phrases used. In qualitative research, the focus is mainly on the human elements, objects, and institutions, as well as the relationships or interactions between them, to comprehend a particular event, behavior, or phenomenon. This article specifically emphasizes the human elements of lecturers as educators, their job as educators as the object, and the institutional relationships or interactions between these elements to understand the phenomena or events.</p> <p>As an academician, the researcher is interested in researching various factors that influence the development of lecturer careers when viewed from academic aspects. Therefore, the researcher will conduct a literature review in this study to find out what influences the development of lecturer careers.</p> fenti yohana, Henny Suharyati Copyright (c) 2023 AMCA Journal of Education and Behavioral Change Sun, 11 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +0000