Ahmad Bukhori Muslim

Ahmad Bukhori Muslim
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia | UPI · Department of English Education

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November 2015 - March 2016
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
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January 2001 - present
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
Education
September 2009 - May 2015
Monash University (Australia)
Field of study
  • Education Psychology
July 2004 - January 2006
Boston University
Field of study
  • Developmental studies in language and literacy
September 1995 - April 2000
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Field of study
  • English Education

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Publications (34)
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The degradation of morals among Indonesian young generation and the urgency of teaching both good competencies and strong characters to succeed in the 21st-century globally competitive society for them require all teachers including English teachers to incorporate character values into their classroom instructions as mandated in the 2013 curriculu...
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WhatsApp, as one of the most powerful and ubiquitous social media platforms, has become one of the promising tools utilized for English online learning during the current crisis, COVID-19 pandemic. Nevertheless, interacting effectively via this platform might be challenging for messages communicated to this platform might have more than one meaning...
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To increase global recognition and quality education, universities in Indonesia establish English-mediated International University Programs (IUPs). Within different capacities and resources, however, internationalisation sometimes preserves inequalities among Indonesian higher education institutions (IHEIs). This study investigates how the practic...
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Similar to other theistic texts, the Qurʾan has some figurative languages which require deep thought for good comprehension. However, how these rhetorical imageries can inspire the development of higher order thinking skills ( HOTS ) and religious tolerance among language learners, two necessary skills in the information-laden era, is still less kn...
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Initiated from in-depth observations on the performance of English teachers at junior high school level, this study analysed teachers’ ways of integrating teaching materials and implementing learning strategies that empowered critical thinking frameworks. A case study design was employed to investigate how Plus-Minus-Interesting (PMI) learning stra...
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To increase global recognition and quality education, universities in Indonesia establish English-mediated International University Programs (IUPs). Within different capacities and resources, however, internationalisation sometimes preserves inequalities among Indonesian higher education institutions (IHEIs). This study investigates how the practic...
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AbstrakBahasa Inggris sebagai Lingua Franca (English as a lingua franca-ELF) telah mendapatkan perhatian yang tinggi dalam pengajaran bahasa Inggris tetapi masih kurang diteliti dalam konteks Bahasa Inggris sebagai Bahasa Asing (English as a foreign language-EFL) seperti di Indonesia. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk meneliti sikap guru terhadap ELF...
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Myriad studies reported abrupt transition of face-to-face classrooms to online learning due to pandemic and the results were various, contextually-bounded from country to another. Yet, studies exploring the aforementioned issue in Indonesian EFL context are still scarce. This study explores issues and challenges experienced by Indonesian EFL teache...
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Equality education for indigenous minorities still remains less known. This qualitative study explores educational opportunities for the indigenous Baduy children in Indonesia. Framed by critical pedagogy, findings of observations and interviews show that despite the provision of schooling by local government, most participating children and their...
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During the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic, many educational institutions have adapted various online teaching modes. However, studies exploring the employment of synchronous online discussion for teaching English in higher education context were still limited. This study aimed at investigating EFL university students’ perceptions and challenges on t...
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Despite being long-standing practice among schools across the world, most studies on international school partnerships focus on its benefits and challenges as perceived by teachers and students. Little emphasis has been given to parental perspectives and support, particularly among low-income families. With the increase of community involvement in...
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Preserving Indonesian as a national identity and institutional readiness to perform the national curriculum 2013 instruction has become a critical factor in the exclusion of English as a compulsory subject at the elementary school level. This leaves rooms for teachers’ confusion and creativity, leading to various practices at different school clust...
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Considered important for global competitiveness like ASEAN Economic Society, the English proficiency of Indonesian students is unfortunately not satisfactory yet. This condition is, one of which, due to low teachers’ professionalism and students’ motivation for English learning. The motivation of students may become weak because they have not found...
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Divinity-based humanistic education which includes foreign language teaching has become a growing concern. Within the development of humanistic foreign language teaching over decades, however, discussion on how Qur’anic perspective may have contributed to this area is still under study. This document analysis explores the contribution of Islamic sc...
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In this digital era, teachers are demanded to have the capability to cope with digital native students. One way to approach them is by incorporating technology into instructional process. Technology has been proven to be beneficial in classroom context despite several accompanying challenges. While most research focuses on beliefs, practices, chall...
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Although studies on the development of higher order thinking skills (HOTS) as part of Bloom’s revised taxonomy have grown significantly among adult learners, little is known about its use for teaching English to young learners. In the Indonesian context, HOTS is mandated by the scientific-based 2013 national curriculum. This study investigates the...
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Although locality has been considerably discussed in the area of teaching of English as a foreign language, little is known how it relates to young learners' motivation and their sense of national identity. Framed by Canagarajah's (2005) local reclamation, this descriptive qualitative study investigates the potential impact of using Indonesian heri...
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p>For ethnic minority groups, speaking a heritage language signifies belonging to their country of origin and enriches the dominant culture. The acculturation of major ethnic groups in Australia – Greek, Italian, Chinese, Indian and Vietnamese – has been frequently studied, but a minor one like Indonesian has not. Through semi-structured interviews...
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Most migrant families worldwide, including those in Australia, are concerned with the maintenance of their ethnic language, to show belonging to the country of origin and provide family harmony. This study explores the survival of Sundanese language among eight Indonesian families of West Java origin (Sundanese speakers) living permanently in Melbo...
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Social identification and cohesion are deemed important, particularly among group-oriented ethnic minorities like Indonesians overseas. This identification can be, in some other ways, expressed by car license numbers, to show their social belonging and affiliation. This qualitative study explores how a small number of Indonesians who live permanent...
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Cultural identity representations of minority groups are frequently stereotyped. Lack of understanding and ignorance resulting from cultural and social domination enables the majority groups to generalize narratives told about the minority group. As Stanley (this volume) observes, the intrinsic cultural identity of the minority group is often blurr...
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With the issue of self-identity and glocalization, the role of local content in teaching materials plays, these days, more significantly as a recognition of national identity. This study identifies the inclusion of local literature in Indonesian English text books of junior and high schools and the perception of both teachers and students on their...

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The study aims at providing insights and inquiries on how English teachers and students negotiate with their Islamic identities. It will explore how they perform and establish the teaching and learning process within the demands to incorporate it with Islamic values.
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To help set up a sister school partnership between Indonesian and Australian schools to enhance educational opportunity and foster quality education. To foster the learning process of English and Bahasa Indonesia. To nurture intercultural understanding among students.