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The following articles published by Indonesian Research Journal in Education (IRJE) were cited by authors who published their articles in Scopus Indexed journals.

2018

  1. Luschei, T. F. (2017). 20 Years of TIMSS: Lessons for Indonesia. Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE|, 1(1), 6-17.  For more detail information, please click here
  2. Yusuf, Q., Yusuf, Y., Yusuf, B., & Nadya, A. (2017). Skimming and Scanning Techniques to Assist EFL Students in Understanding English Reading Texts. Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE|, 1(1), 43-57. For more detail information, please click here

2019

  1. Sánchez-Escobedo, P., & Lavadores, A. K. C. (2018). Student-Centred Teaching Strategies by Gender, Grade Level, and Teacher’s Self-Concept in Mexico. Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE|, 2(1), 61-73.  For more detail information, please click here
  2. Luschei, T. F. (2017). 20 Years of TIMSS: Lessons for Indonesia. Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE|, 1(1), 6-17. For more detail information, please click here
  3. Husarida, H., & Dollete, R. (2019). Perceived Effectiveness on the Use of English Language in Teaching Mathematics and Science. Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE|, 3(1), 177-198. For more detail information, please click here
  4. Marzulina, L., Nova, L. P., Herizal., Holandyah, M., Erlina, D., & Lestari, I. T. (2018). Looking at the link between parents’ educational backgrounds and students’ English achievement. Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE|, 2(1), 57-76. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i1.6507. For more detail information, please click here
  5. Failasofah, F., & Dayij Alkhrisheh, H. T. (2018). Measuring Indonesian Students’ Lexical Diversity and Lexical Sophistication. Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE|, 2(2), 97-107.https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v2i2.6098. For more detail information, please click here
  6. Situmorang, K. (2018). Indonesian Students’ Acquisition of English Address Terms: A Case Study in a University in the United Kingdom. Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE|, 2(2), 37-54.https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v2i2.4970. For more detail information, please click here
  7. Sofwan, M., Setiono, P., Mohamed Elsayed, A. E., & [52] Saudagar, F. (2018). Fighting against Corruption through Character Education: The Voices of Indonesian Primary School Teachers. Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE|, 2(2), 86-96. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v2i2.6092. For more detail information, please click here
  8. Marzulina, L., Nova, L. P., Herizal., Holandyah, M., Erlina, [35]D., & Lestari, I. T. (2018). Looking at the link between parents’ educational backgrounds and students’ English achievement. Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE|, 2(1), 57-76. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i1.6507. For more detail information, please click here
  9. Husarida, H., & Dollete, R. (2019). Perceived Effectiveness on the Use of English Language in Teaching Mathematics and Science. Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE|, 3(1), 177-198.https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i1.6961. For more detail information, please click here
  10. Husarida, H., & Dollete, R. (2019). Perceived Effectiveness on the Use of English Language in Teaching Mathematics and Science. Indonesian Research Journal in Education |I RJE|, 3(1), 177-198.https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i1.6961. For more detail information, please click here
  11. Marzulina, L., Nova, L. P., Herizal., Holandyah, M., Erlina, D., & Lestari, I. T. (2018). Looking at the link between parents’ educational backgrounds and students’ English achievement. Indonesian Research Journal in Education |I RJE|, 3(1), 57-76. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i1.6507. For more detail information, please click here

2020

  1. Yusuf, Q., Yusuf, Y. Q., Yusuf, B., & Nadya, A. (2017). Skimming and Scanning Techniques to Assist EFL Students in Understanding English Reading Texts. IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education) , 1(1), 43-57. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v1i1.4338. For more detail information, please click here
  2. Marzulina, L., Pitaloka, N. L., Herizal, H., Holandyah, M., Erlina, D., & Lestari, I. T. (2018). Looking at the Link between Parents’ Educational Backgrounds and Students’ English Achievement. IRJE (IndonesianResearch Journal in Education), 2(1), 51-60. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v2i1.4425. For more detail information, please click here
  3. Astrid, A., Amrina, R. D., Desvitasari, D., Fitriani, U., & Shahab, A. (2019). The Power of Questioning: Teacher’s Questioning Strategies in the EFL Classrooms. IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education), 3(1), 91-106. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i1.6601. For more detail information, please click here
  4. Young, M. S. (2018). Indonesia’s Active, Creative, Effective and Joyful Learning: From a University Teacher Training Program to High School Classrooms. Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE|, 2(1), 7-31. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v2i1.4467. For more detail information, please click here
  5. Wahyuddin, W. (2018). Perceptions and Actions of Educational Policy Makers regarding Parental Engagement in Education. Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE|, 2(2), 55-74. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v2i2.5145. For more detail information, please click here
  6. Sofwan, M., Setiono, P., Mohamed Elsayed, A. E., & Saudagar, F. (2018). Fighting against Corruption through Character Education: The Voices of Indonesian Primary School Teachers. Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE|, 2(2), 86-96. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v2i2.6092. For more detail information, please click here
  7. Luschei, T. (2017). 20 years of TIMSS: Lessons for Indonesia.Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE|, [online] Available at https://online-journal.unja.ac.id/index.php/irje/article/view/4333 For more detail information, please click here
  8. Rogayan, Jr. D. V., & Bautista, J.R. (2019). Filipino students' preferred motivational strategies. in Science: A cross-sectional survey. Indonesian Research Journal in Education, 3 (2), pp. 358-372. 
    https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i2.6828. For more detail information, please click here
  9. Rogayan, Jr. D. V., & Bautista, J.R. (2019). Filipino students' preferred motivational strategies. in Science: A cross-sectional survey. Indonesian Research Journal in Education, 3 (2), pp. 358-372. 
    https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i2.6828. For more detail information, please click here
  10. Rogayan, Jr. D. V., & Bautista, J.R. (2019). Filipino students' preferred motivational strategies. in Science: A cross-sectional survey. Indonesian Research Journal in Education, 3 (2), pp. 358-372. 
    https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i2.6828. For more detail information, please click here
  11. Darzhinova, L. (2019). Processing of Written Sentences on the Example of Russian-English Bilinguals. IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education), 3(2), 421-433. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i2.8057. For more detail information, please click here
  12. Lengyel, Z. (2019). Anagram Based L2 Activation. IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education), 3(2), 300-318. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i2.7834. For more detail information, please click here
  13. Marzulina, L., Pitaloka, N. L., Herizal, H., Holandyah, M., Erlina, D., & Lestari, I. T. 2018. Looking at the Link between Parents’ Educational Backgrounds and Students’ English Achievement. IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education), 2(1), 51-60. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v2i1.4425. For more detail information, please click here
  14. Marzulina, L., Erlina, D., Pitaloka, N. L., & Paramika, F. A. 2019. Looking at the Link between Study Habits and Academic Achievement: The Case of Indonesian EFL Student Teachers. IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education),3(1), 57-76. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i1.6507. For more detail information, please click here
  15. Setambah, M. A. B. 2018. Measurement Model of Reasoning Skills among Science Students Based on Socio Scientific Issues (SSI). IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education),2(1), 74-85. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v2i1.4726. For more detail information, please click here
  16. Suwarno, R., Randall, E. V., & Hite, J. M. 2019. Alignment of Classroom Instruction with Indonesian National Standards. IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education),3(1), 6-28. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i1.5611. For more detail information, please click here
  17. Eryansyah, E., Erlina, E., Fiftinova, F., & Nurweni, A. (2019). EFL students’ needs of digital literacy to meet the demands of 21stcentury skills. IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education), 3(2), 442-460. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i2.8297. For more detail information, please click here
  18. Hadiyanto, H. (2019). The EFL students’ 21st century skill practices through e-learning activities. IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education), 3(2), 461-473. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i2.8036. For more detail information, please click here
  19. Haryanto, E., Sulistiyo, U., Fransiska, P., & Yose, I. (2019). English exposure from digital media and its influence on communicativecompetence: Students’ perspectives and experiences. IRJE (IndonesianResearch Journal in Education), 3(2), 387-406. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i2.7956. For more detail information, please click here
  20. Mercado, M. G. M., & Ibarra, F. P. (2019). ICT-pedagogy integration in elementary classrooms: Unpacking the pre-service teachers’ TPACK. IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education),3(1), 29-56. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i1.6506. For more detail information, please click here
  21. Suwarno, R., Randall, E. V., & Hite, J. M. (2019). Alignment of classroom instruction with Indonesian national standards. IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education), 3(1), 6-28. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i1.5611. For more detail information, please click here
  22. Luschei, T. F. (2017). 20 Years of TIMSS: Lessons for Indonesia. Indonesian Research Journal in Education| IRJE|, 6-17. For more detail information, please click here
  23. Sofwan, M., Setiono, P., Mohamed Elsayed, A. E., & Saudagar, F. (2018). Fighting against Corruption through Character Education: The Voices of Indonesian Primary School Teachers. IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education), 2(2), 86-96. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v2i2.6092. For more detail information, please click here
  24. Situmorang, K. (2018). Indonesian Students’ Acquisition of English Address Terms: A Case Study in a University in the United Kingdom. IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education), 2(2), 37-54. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v2i2.4970. For more detail information, please click here
  25. Rosmiati, R., Ghafar, A., Tabroni, T., & Rahman, A. (2019). The Inclusive Education Program in Jambi: Voices from Insiders. IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education), 3(1), 199-208. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i1.6962. 33. For more detail information, please click here
  26. Hadiyanto, H. (2019). The EFL students’ 21st century skill practices through e-learning activities. IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education), 3(2), 461-473. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i2.8036. For more detail information, please click here
  27. Samanhudi, U. 2017. Introduction of Research Articles in Applied Linguistics by Indonesian and English Academics. IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education) , 1(1), 58-71. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v1i1.4339. For more detail information, please click here
  28. Sánchez-Escobedo, P., & Lavadores, A. K. C. 2018. Student-Centred Teaching Strategies by Gender, Grade Level, and Teacher’s Self-Concept in Mexico. IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education),2(1), 61-73. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v2i1.5124. For more detail information, please click here
  29. Rosmiati, R., Ghafar, A., Tabroni, T., & Rahman, A. (2019). The Inclusive Education Program in Jambi: Voices from Insiders. IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education),3(1), 199-208. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i1.6962. For more detail information, please click here
  30. Sofwan, M., Setiono, P., Mohamed Elsayed, A. E., & Saudagar, F. (2018). Fighting against Corruption through Character Education: The Voices of Indonesian Primary School Teachers. IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education),2(2), 86-96. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v2i2.6092. For more detail information, please click here
  31. Situmorang, K. (2018). Indonesian Students’ Acquisition of English Address Terms: A Case Study in a University in the United Kingdom. IRJE (IndonesianResearch Journal in Education),2(2), 37-54. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v2i2.4970. For more detail information, please click here
  32. Luschei, T. (2017). 20 years of TIMSS: Lessons for Indonesia. Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE|, [online] Available at https://online-journal.unja.ac.id/index.php/irje/article/view/4333. For more detail information, please click here
  33. Yahiji, K., Mahfud, C., & Mu’ammar, M. A. (2019). Vocational Education in Indonesia Facing ASEAN Economic Community. Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE|, 3(1), 168–176. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i1.6954. For more detail information, please click here

The following articles published by Indonesian Research Journal in Education (IRJE) were cited by authors who published their articles in WEB of SCIENCE-Clarivart Analytics Indexed journals.

2019

  1. Luschei, T. F. (2017). 20 Years of TIMSS: Lessons for Indonesia. Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE|, 1(1), 6-17. For more detail information, please click here
  2. Sánchez-Escobedo, P., & Lavadores, A. K. C. (2018). Student-Centred Teaching Strategies by Gender, Grade Level, and Teacher’s Self-Concept in Mexico. Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE|, 2(1), 61-73.  For more detail information, please click here
  3. Luschei, T. (2017). 20 years of TIMSS: Lessons for Indonesia.Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE|, [online] Available at https://online-journal.unja.ac.id/index.php/irje/article/view/4333 For more detail information, please click here
  4. Situmorang, K. (2018). Indonesian Students’ Acquisition of English Address Terms: A Case Study in a University in the United Kingdom. Indonesian Research Journal in Education |IRJE|, 2(2), 37-54.https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v2i2.4970. For more detail information, please click here

2020

  1. Eryansyah, E., Erlina, E., Fiftinova, F., & Nurweni, A. (2019). EFL students’ needs of digital literacy to meet the demands of 21stcentury skills. IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education), 3(2), 442-460. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i2.8297. For more detail information, please click here
  2. Hadiyanto, H. (2019). The EFL students’ 21st century skill practices through e-learning activities. IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education), 3(2), 461-473. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i2.8036. For more detail information, please click here
  3. Haryanto, E., Sulistiyo, U., Fransiska, P., & Yose, I. (2019). English exposure from digital media and its influence on communicativecompetence: Students’ perspectives and experiences. IRJE (IndonesianResearch Journal in Education), 3(2), 387-406. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i2.7956. For more detail information, please click here
  4. Mercado, M. G. M., & Ibarra, F. P. (2019). ICT-pedagogy integration in elementary classrooms: Unpacking the pre-service teachers’ TPACK. IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education),3(1), 29-56. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i1.6506. For more detail information, please click here
  5. Suwarno, R., Randall, E. V., & Hite, J. M. (2019). Alignment of classroom instruction with Indonesian national standards. IRJE (Indonesian Research Journal in Education), 3(1), 6-28. https://doi.org/10.22437/irje.v3i1.5611. For more detail information, please click here