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International Journal of Asian Education (IJAE) electronic ISSN: 2722-8592 (ISSN Letter Decree no: 0005.27228592/JI.3.1/SK.ISSN/2020.07), and print ISSN: 2723-746x (ISSN Letter Decree no: 0005.2723746X/JI.3.1/SK.ISSN/2020.09) is a high-quality open-access and peer-reviewed journal that is published by Research and Education Development (READ) Institute collaborating with Faculty of Education and Teacher Training of IAIN Palopo provides a platform that welcomes and acknowledges high-quality original papers about education written by researchers, academicians, professionals, and practitioners over the world. International Journal of Asian Education (IJAE) has been approved for inclusion in ICI Journals Master List 2021; European Reference Index for the Humanities (ERIH PLUS), also several articles has indexed in ERIC.



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Announcement

Vol. 3 No. 4 (2022): IJAE Vol. 03, No. 4, December 2022

Published: Dec 12, 2022

Assessment Re-Think

Income-Generating and Industry-Based Assessments

Page: 211-224

Authors:

Tony de Souza-Daw, Antony Di Serio, Ahmed Falah, Kiran Fahd, Sazia Parvin

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Abstract Views: 49

RETRACTED ARTICLE: Adaptive Theory Approach In Leadership

A Guide to Educational Management System and Mechanisms

Page: 225-242

Authors:

Leovigildo Lito D. Mallillin

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Abstract Views: 41

Identification of New College Students' Problems in Riverbank

Page: 243-252

Authors:

Eklys Cheseda Makaria, Nina Permata Sari

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Abstract Views: 34

Meta-Analysis Study

The Effect of Android-Based Learning Media on Student Learning Outcomes

Page: 253-263

Authors:

Hikmah Romadiah, Popi Dayurni, Laksmi Evasufi Widi Fajari

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Abstract Views: 46

An Investigation on University Physics Education in Bangladesh

Page: 264-271

Authors:

Md. Kabir Uddin Sikder

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Abstract Views: 31

Is Coronavirus-19 Phobia of Sports Science Students a Barrier to Their Levels of Physical Activity in "Controlled Normalization"?

A Cross-Sectional Study

Page: 272-282

Authors:

Melek Güler, Nazlı Yanar

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Abstract Views: 39

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