Title: Templenomics, the future of vibrant bharat (INDIA)

Abstract:Templenomics presents a visionary approach to shaping the future economic landscape of Bharat (India) by leveraging its rich cultural heritage, technological advancements, and demographic dividend. This research delves into the core principles and strategies of Templenomics, aiming to elucidate its potential as a transformative framework for sustainable development and prosperity. The purpose of this research is to explore the Temple ecosystem through an interdisciplinary analysis encompassing economics, culture, technology, and governance, this study explores how Templenomics can drive inclusive growth, foster innovation, and preserve cultural identity. It examines the role of traditional Indian temples as centers of community, education, and economic activity, proposing ways to harness their potential for socio-economic empowerment. Additionally, this research investigates the integration of modern technologies such as blockchain, AI, and renewable energy within the Templenomics framework to enhance efficiency, transparency, and environmental sustainability. The research uses mixed methodology to explore the conceptual model and hypotheses testing. By synthesizing insights from historical precedents, contemporary case studies, and expert perspectives, this study offers a comprehensive understanding of Templenomics as a catalyst for building a vibrant and resilient Bharat. The findings of this research contribute to the research area exploring the sustainability, economic and social benefits accrued from the temple townships in the earlier years and in the current to the future development of Bharat as a superpower.

Title: Efficacy of Multimedia-Enhanced Teaching in Film, Television, and Photography Skill Courses: A Case Study of University Students in Shanxi Province

Abstract:This research paper investigates the effectiveness of multimedia-enhanced teaching methods in improving the acceptance and proficiency of film, television, and photography skill courses among university students in Shanxi Province. In this case study, a specific focus was placed on analysing the integration of multimedia elements such as interactive videos, virtual simulations, and online platforms into the traditional curriculum. The study employed both qualitative and quantitative research methods, including surveys, interviews, and pre-post assessments, to gather comprehensive data on student experiences and learning outcomes. The research aimed to identify the strengths and limitations of multimedia-enhanced teaching in the context of creative arts education and to provide insights into optimizing these methods for more effective skill acquisition among students in Shanxi Province. Multimedia mode of learning was found to be beneficial for a wide range of subjects and skills. Therefore, educational institutions must employ technology that improves student-teacher connections and significantly alters how students learn, communicate, produce, and collaborate on their academic endeavours.

Title: Optimizing Equilibration Protocols through Ubiquinone Supplementation in Goat Frozen Semen Diluent

Abstract:Equilibration period is urgently required for sperm�s adjustment to the diluent preventing severe damage during cryopreservation. The elevation of lipid peroxidation during equilibration, indicating a potential involvement of oxidative stress, emphasizes the significance of optimizing equilibration protocols to minimize the detrimental effects of free radical production on sperm quality. The aim of this study is to identify the supplementation effect of adding ubiquinone into semen diluent on membrane integrity, motility, and survivability of goat spermatozoa following an hour of equilibration. The ubiquinone supplementation was combined under the circumstances as follows: The groups with the following supplementation doses: Group 2 (B) received a dose of 5 mg/dL; Group 3 (C) received a dose of 10 mg/dL; Group 4 (D) received a dose of 15 mg/dL; Group 5 (E) received a dose of 20 mg/dL; and Group 6 (F) received a dose of 25 mg/dL. Group A was the negative control group. Following a one-way ANOVA examination of the research data, additional Duncan tests were performed. The results of the study showed that the addition of ubiquinone had a significant (p<0,05) effect on the percentage of motility, viability, and membrane integrity of Kacang goat spermatozoa after an hour equilibration. According to the statistical analysis, the ideal concentration of ubiquinone in egg yolk skim milk for sustaining motility is 12,5 mg/dL. The best number for preserving the viability and membrane integrity of Kacang goat spermatozoa following equilibration, on the other hand, is 25 mg/dL. In conclusion, when ubiquinone is added to the frozen semen diluent, the quality of Kacang goat spermatozoa remains stable after equilibration.

Title: The Influence Of The Project Based Learning Model In Increasing Independent Learning And Critical Thinking Ability Of Students In Class V At Jembrana

Abstract:Soft skills of independent learning and critical thinking are necessary in the 21st century. Independent learning trains students to have a responsible attitude when performing assigned tasks by using ideas, the innovation and creativity that students have to complete assigned tasks and hopefully it will continue to be integrated into adulthood. At the same time, critical thinking skills are needed to analyze existing knowledge and resources to solve problems that students encounter in daily life. The project-based learning (PBL) model supports students to actively participate in learning activities and project creation processes, so that learning materials become easier to understand and skills can be developed. skills such as independent learning and critical thinking. Analyze the impact of the PBL model on independent learning skills. Quantitative method with MANOVA (Multivariate Analysis of Variance) analysis was used in this study. This study uses a control class of 19 students and an experimental class of 10 students. The results show that applying the PBL model has a significant impact on critical thinking skills and learning independence, as evidenced by the significance level of 0.000 < 0.05 and 0.011 < 0.05. The learning process by giving projects to fifth grade elementary students provides an opportunity to develop basic concepts of the material available to them. During the project implementation process, many problems will certainly arise that encourage students to think critically when solving problems. Independent learning occurs before analysis, where students must gather multiple references to find and support their hypotheses to come up with more effective and efficient solutions.


Abstract:ABSTRACT \n\nThis study was conducted to explore the element of valuing diversity among headteachers that create good organizational collectivist culture in Internal Control System (ICS) of schools’ financial management. This element of valuing diversity is based on one of the attributes of steward leadership practice framework developed by April, Kukard and Peters in 2013. In accordance with Treasury Instructions 308, there are four aspects of internal control involved in this study, which is management control, receipt control, expenditure control and asset and store control. This study is a multiple case study involving seven participants, namely seven headteachers in seven public elementary schools who received excellent financial audit status from Malaysian Ministry of Education for three years consecutively. This study uses interview as a main data collection method and had been analyzed using Nvivo12. The findings show that the headteachers providing opportunities, encouraging different views, encouraging collaboration, discussing employee performance, creating role models, and signaling through action to inculcate the value diversity to implement ICS in school’s financial management. Researchers suggest that a steward leadership module need to be widely used as a guideline for school leaders to create an effective financial governance. In addition, the researchers suggest that the further research need to be conducted in Responsibility Centre (PTj) schools to gain a clearer interpretation and perspectives as financial allocation is fully managed by their own headteachers in school finance committee.

Title: Independence of Television Journalists in Reporting on the COVID-19 Vaccine in Indonesia: A Case Study

Abstract:Abstract\nThe first case of the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia was discovered on March 2, 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic is a multidimensional crisis that has had a negative impact on various fields, including the journalism sector, especially press freedom, press democracy, and the press as a pillar of the Fourth Estate. The aim of this research is to analyse the impact of interest manipulation on the independence of television journalists in reporting about the COVID-19 vaccine. This research uses a case study that examines the editorial background in reporting on the COVID-19 vaccine. This research aims to reveal the manipulation of interests behind news about the COVID-19 vaccine. The research object consists of four private television stations selected based on a purposive sample, namely iNews TV, Metro TV, TV One, and Trans 7. The government guarantees that it will not hinder the critical power of journalists, so that media independence remains a priority. However, journalists must pay attention to the impact of the news and the needs of society. The results of the research show that there are irregularities in the newsroom regarding the government\'s involvement in regulation. The government, through the National Board for Disaster Management (BNPB), is trying to intervene in journalistic work so that reporting is in line with the wishes of the government as the main policymaker. In addition, researchers found that there was intervention from internal and external companies that attempted to influence the content and direction of editorial reporting policies regarding the COVID-19 vaccine.

Title: Blended Learning is the future of Education

Abstract:Online Learning is part of Blended learning and is a learning technique in which use of both ordinary teaching and advanced modern online teaching, online learning materials are largely used. It has been around for more than two decades however not got the approval it sought to have. It is the dissemination of e-learning module courses using internet infrastructure and sources. This study, therefore, aims to review students, teachers, professionals’ perceptions of blended online learning on various aspects of the learning process. The study seeks to answer the question as to whether there is any correlation amidst stakeholders derived independent variable and their perception concerning the merits and demerits of online blended learning. The aim of the study is also to show how well students and business professionals accept blended learning as a new normal. The primary and secondary methodology used by conducting a survey and further analysis of the information got is applied. The data collection involves 385 education stakeholders who participated in the online survey and the results were analyzed using modern PLS. \n Online education seems to stay for the time and in the future as per consensus through interviews and surveys conducted. \nOnline blended learning has been seen to optimize the maximum benefits of old teaching methods and access to online learning materials. Also, will allow more students to access the learning and will develop professor skills in adjusting the assessment for digital.

Title: Investigating Academic Performance and LMS Metrics Under the Student-Assisted E-Learning Delivery (SAED) Initiative: Insights from a Large-Scale University Study

Abstract:Background: Learning Management Systems (LMS) have facilitated a pivotal change in educational practices by enhancing content dissemination and ena-bling data-driven insights on pedagogical strategies. However, their full poten-tial might not be realized without mutual engagement between faculty and stu-dents. The Student Assistant E-Learning Delivery (SAED) program addresses this by developing student-faculty partnerships leveraging trained student assis-tants to be active members of the e-learning delivery. Objective: This study evaluates SAED\'s impacts on student achievement and Blackboard engagement across a large, diverse university population using exploratory data analysis. Methods: Data from 2223 students enrolled in 24 university courses, both with SAED implementation and non-SAED controls, were analyzed. Course pass percentages, average section scores, individual student scores, and Blackboard platform metrics were compared between the SAED and control groups. SAED effects were evaluated overall and within subgroups determined by semester, sex, campus, discipline, faculty, and course. Results: The study observed high overall pass rates (98.1%) and average course section scores (4.3 out of 5.0), in-dicating robust academic performance. There was no significant difference in pass rates and scores between SAED and control groups. Notably, SAED had a positive impact on scores for female students and those in the Humanities/Social Sciences college, while it showed lower scores in males and in the Law/Political Science college compared to the control group. SAED yielded comparable Blackboard engagement to non-SAED control groups. Interestingly, higher ex-am scores were correlated with lower item counts on Blackboard. Conclusion: The SAED program offers an effective strategy to facilitate e-learning while achieving equitable outcomes to standard \"sole faculty-delivery\" approaches. However, findings reveal untapped opportunities to engage student assistants as partners in pedagogical innovation and course enhancement beyond basic sup-port roles.

Title: Women school leaders` perceptions on online learning in disadvantaged secondary schools during Covid-19

Abstract:This study investigated the challenges and opportunities of online learning in disadvantaged schools during the Covid-19 pandemic. This study was conducted using Qualitative method. The participants in the study includes a total of 12 women school leaders that were purposively selected in three public secondary schools that were selected. Amongst the 12 participants, there were two school principals, two deputy principals, three Head of Departments (HODs) and five grade head teachers. The data was collected using biographical questionnaires and individual semi-structured interviews. The data collected was analysed used Qualitative Data Analysis (QDA) Miner lite software. The findings of the study revealed that the challenges of online learning in disadvantaged schools included lack of teacher�s ICT competencies and lack of communication with parents. The opportunities of online learning in disadvantaged schools according to the findings was learners independence in learning.

Title: Comparative research study about Creative Characteristics among Korea, France and the United States

Abstract:The purpose of this study was to investigate the differences in creative home environment, parenting style, self-efficacy, creative personality, and creative achievement in Korea, France and the United States. The data collection period was from March 2020 to May 2020, with 455 Korean, 803 French, and 225 American adults. This study validated the measurement tool for creative characteristics through data collected in Korea, France and the United States, calculated the correlation of measurement tool, and analyzed the difference of creative characteristics of three countries. The results of this study were valid and the reliability was .937. The model fit of the measurement tool was appropriate, and the correlation of each factor showed a significant correlation except for parent-rearing and self-efficacy. Also, the result of comparing the creative characteristics of Korea, France and the United States showed a significant difference. In the creative home environment, France recognized it as more creative environment than Korea, and in the parent-rearing, France recognized it as a stricter parent-rearing style than the United States and Korea. And the self-efficacy, creative personality, and creative personality were higher in France than in Korea, and the United States is higher than in France. This study was able to understand the characteristics of each country through cultural comparison, and the results of this study will be used as necessary data for academic, cultural and social exchanges in the global era.