Urip  Sulistiyo
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Building an online community: Student teachers’ perceptions on the advantages of using social networking services in a teacher education program
A Habibi, A Mukminin, Y Riyanto, LD Prasojo, U Sulistiyo, M Sofwan, ...
Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education 19 (1), 46-61, 2018
English language teaching and EFL teacher competence in Indonesia
U Sulistiyo
Proceedings of ISELT FBS Universitas Negeri Padang 4 (2), 396-406, 2016
The portrait of primary school English in Indonesia: policy recommendations
U Sulistiyo, E Haryanto, HP Widodo, T Elyas
Education 3-13 48 (8), 945-959, 2020
E-assessment motivation in physics subjects for senior high school
A Astalini, D Kurniawan, U Sulistiyo, R Perdana, S Susbiyanto
International Association of Online Engineering, 2019
Learning to teach: A case study of student teachers’ practicum and policy recommendations
U Sulistiyo, A Mukminin, KA Rahman, E Haryanto
The Qualitative Report 22 (3), 712-731, 2017
Improving English as a foreign language teacher education in Indonesia: The case of Jambi University
U Sulistiyo
RMIT University, 2015
Learning English as A Foreign Language in An Indonesian University: A Study of Non-English Departement Students' Preferred Activities Inside and Outside the Classroom
U Sulistiyo
IJET, 2016
Implementation of classroom management by English teachers at high schools in Jambi, Indonesia
A Habibi, A Mukminin, M Sofwan, U Sulistiyo
Studies in English Language and Education 4 (2), 172-189, 2017
Female representation in government-mandated English Language textbooks used in Indonesian Junior High Schools
RPD Lestariyana, HP Widodo, U Sulistiyo
Sexuality & Culture 24 (4), 1150-1166, 2020
Infusing moral content into primary school English textbooks: A critical discourse analysis
U Sulistiyo, S Supiani, A Kailani, RPD Lestariyana
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 10 (1), 251-260, 2020
Learning English in an Indonesian University: A study of learners' preferred activities
U Sulistiyo
La Trobe University, 2008
Inquiry-based learning in Indonesia: Portraying supports, situational beliefs, and chemistry teachers’ adoptions
M Hasibuan, U Sulistiyo
Journal of Turkish Science Education 16 (4), 538-553, 2019
Portraying Students' Critical Thinking Skills through Research Skill Development (RSD) Framework: A Case of a Biology Course in an Indonesian University.
R Mataniari, J Willison, MH Effendi Hasibuan, U Sulistiyo, F Dewi
Journal of Turkish Science Education 17 (2), 302-314, 2020
Indonesian or English? EFL student teachers’ preference and perception on the language use in the classroom
E Haryanto, U Sulistiyo, M Khairani, R Wulan
IJEE (Indonesian Journal of English Education) 3 (1), 46-59, 2016
Promoting indonesian secondary school students’ argumentation skills in the concept of chemistry reaction-rate: a comparative effect of three cooperative learning strategies
MH Effendi-Hsb, U Sulistyo
Journal of Physics: Conference Series 1317 (1), 012143, 2019
Examining an English as a Foreign Language Teacher Education Program (EFLTEP)'s Curriculum: A Case Study in an Indonesian University.
U Sulistiyo, M Wiryotinoyo, R Wulan
European Journal of Educational Research 8 (4), 1323-1333, 2019
Factors affecting English language learning in English as a foreign language (EFL) context: a literature review study
U Sulistiyo
Indonesian Journal Of Educational Research 3 (1), 20-24, 2018
English exposure from digital media and its influence on communicative competence: Students’ perspectives and experiences
E Haryanto, U Sulistiyo, P FRANSISKA, I YOSE
Indonesian Research Journal in Education| IRJE|, 387-406, 2019
Organizing Professional and Pedagogical Training to Improve English Teachers’ Skills: A Literature Review
U Sulistiyo, S Haswindy
Edukasi 5 (2), 167-174, 2018
The importance of E-commerce adoption and entrepreneurship orientation for sustainable micro, small, and medium enterprises in Indonesia
S Yacob, U Sulistiyo, E Erida, AP Siregar
Development Studies Research 8 (1), 244-252, 2021
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