Asri Purnamasari

Asri Purnamasari
Universitas Kristen Indonesia · English Language Education

Master of Education

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Introduction
Asri Purnamasari received a bachelor's degree in English Language Education from Sanata Dharma University of Indonesia and a master's degree in M.Ed. in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) from The University of Exeter, United Kingdom. She teaches as an assistant professor at English Education Department, The Christian University of Indonesia. She is interested in teacher continuing professional development, exploratory practice, teacher training, and language acquisition.

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Undergraduate research supervision has long been one of the most intricate learning issues due to its complexities and challenges. The policy to learn from home during COVID 19 pandemic could have increased the complexities and challenges. This study aimed at discovering the nature of problems and challenges of undergraduate research supervision in...
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This study analyses the implementation of the 2013 Characters Curriculum for Senior High School Grade I General Programme English materials Pathway to English' in Indonesia. By using a qualitative exploratory study, an exploration of the implementation of the Characters Curriculum was explored. The data was collected by using semi-structured interv...
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Mentoring helps teachers experience, learn and apply their knowledge as well as sharing their knowledge and experiences to their colleagues. Although mentoring for ELT in-service teachers has not been implemented formally in Indonesia, it has become popular in Europe, America, Australia and many other countries. In the United Kingdom for instance,...
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This essay aims to explore the need of in-service teachers of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) in Indonesia to pursue Continuing Professional Development (CPD) by explaining what this means for the teachers and including some perspectives, types, and implementation of CPD. Based on some explorations of related literature reviews, my reflections...
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The current development of ICT has been revolutionizing education. The revolution has now overflown learning beyond the four walls boundary of the classroom. By using ICT, students today can learn anytime and anywhere. This study aimed to explore pre-service EFL teachers' perception of the use of Facebook Group (FBG) in learning. Employed a mixed m...
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YouTube is the most widely accessed video-sharing platform in the world. It offers not only millions of videos of music, movie, sport, talk shows, and news but also educational videos. Today's students generally like YouTube. Therefore, it offers great opportunities for students and teachers to enhance EFL learning and teaching, including pronuncia...
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Classroom-based assessment (CBA) has been implemented globally at many levels of educational system such as in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, USA, Singapore, as well as in Africa. In Indonesia, CBA might effectively be implemented in all stages of education since this way of assessment offers improvement in the teaching and lea...
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As learners face difficulties in acquiring Second Language Acquisition (SLA) where English is used as a foreign language, in this writing she will analyse the writer practice as a teacher in a secondary school in Indonesia through the lens of Vygotskian Socio-Cultural Theory-Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD). She illustrate how ongoing support thr...

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