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STEM Approach to Improve Enviromental Competence of Pre-service Chemistry Teachers
Ratna Farwati1,2, Anna Permanasari3, Harry Firman4, and Tatang suhery2

This study aims to find out the effectiveness of the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) approach to improve environmental competence of pre-service chemistry teachers in Universitas Sriwijaya. The environmental competence of this study are the identification of the environmental problems, the use of data showing the environmental problems, the analysis of the environmental problems, and the design of environmental problem-solving. The environmental chemistry course taught by using the STEM approach is more effective than the conventional approach to improve environmental competence, especially in terms of the identification of the environmental problems and the design of the environmental problem-solving components’. Nevertheless, the STEM approach is as effective as the conventional approach to improve environmental competence in another terms. The findings suggest that STEM approach can be used as an alternative approach for 21st-century chemistry learning.

Topic: Adult Education (ADE)


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Practicing Critical Thinking through Extensive Reading Activities
Nida Husna

To become creative, people must evolve critical thinking skills. The skills in critical thinking are not developed unplanned. Those skills can be taught and practiced in various subjects including English. In Indonesia, from the four language skills in English, based on the 2004 National Curriculum, reading is to be emphasized. In this short paper, the writer will show how reading activities at higher education level are combined to develop students’ critical thinking in Indonesia. The activities were applied in English Education Department, Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teachers Training, State Islamic University Jakarta. These reading activities involved various materials and resources. The level of difficulties and the dictions variety also become the consideration in choosing the materials.

Topic: Adult Education (ADE)


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ESP Lecturers’ Espoused Beliefs and Teaching Practices
Rini Intansari Meilani, M.Pd.

Beliefs have been acknowledged as one of determinant factors that influence people perception about the world and drive them to behave and act in a particular way. With the intention to dig into the beliefs the lecturers who teach English at higher education institution have about English language teaching, survey data taken from a total population of lecturers who teach English at 75 study programs at a university in Indonesia reveals that the lecturers have particular beliefs related to particular English language skills which in effect affect their teaching practices. On the bases of these data, this presentation will elaborate three major points. First, the beliefs that English lecturers hold about English language skills will be presented. Second, the influence and implications of these beliefs to their daily teaching practice will be elaborated. Finally, some recommendations for the lecturers and the institution will be proposed and discussed so as the teaching of English at the university would attain its utmost goal, to equip the students with high quality academic and vocational knowledge and skill so as to be qualified to compete with international workforce.

Topic: Adult Education (ADE)


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Development of Higher Order Thinking Skill Through Problem Based Learning and the Determinant Factors
Slameto

This study aimed to determine the level of learning achievement in the form of higher order thinking skill achieved by students through research-based learning and to identify the determinant factors from the intended learning outcomes. This research development was conducted in elementary school teacher education program in faculty of teachers training and education involving three private Universities in Central Java and Yogyakarta. This research development method consisted of three steps, namely; preparation, execution, and reporting of results. Data were collected from 37 college students participating in elementary school teacher education learning assessment class to fulfill the second objective of this research. Data were collected using a rating scale consisting of 41 items in which 37 items had been tested for the validity and reliability. Data processed by stepwise multiple regression models aided by SPSS version 20. This study successfully developed problem-based learning which was considered feasible and proven to improve student achievement in the form of higher order thinking skill in the medium category tends to be high. It was obtained 3 models in which the influential of variables independent learning of students, students ability to solve problems and students ability to work together (18.80% - 37.30%) toward higher order thinking skills of students.

Topic: Adult Education (ADE)


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COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT OF VOCATIONAL TEACHER PERSONALITY
Zaenal Mutaqin, Gustiarman, Alex Chandra c, Ana. A.

Vocational education school teachers, current and future need of attention, especially with regard to improving the competence of personality. Their consequences that arise with the case of the teachers personality to his profession: 1) Blurring the function of the teacher as a role model or a good example to the students; 2) The existence of cynicism and distrust of the people toward the teaching profession because they cannot make students become better; 3) Blurring the teacher profession as counselors or parents both for the students; 4) In the case that the ethics of the teaching profession, the profession of a teacher in the public eye is getting low. This study aims to examine in depth the development of personal competence trades vocational teachers. His research approach literature analysis and assessment of several vocational education experts. Through the study concluded that the development of personal competence of vocational teachers is very important in achieving a healthy professional performance.

Topic: Adult Education (ADE)


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COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT OF VOCATIONAL TEACHER PERSONALITY
Zaenal Mutaqin, Gustiarman, Alex Chandra, Ana. A.

Vocational education school teachers, current and future need of attention, especially with regard to improving the competence of personality. Their consequences that arise with the case of the teachers personality to his profession: 1) Blurring the function of the teacher as a role model or a good example to the students; 2) The existence of cynicism and distrust of the people toward the teaching profession because they cannot make students become better; 3) Blurring the teacher profession as counselors or parents both for the students; 4) In the case that the ethics of the teaching profession, the profession of a teacher in the public eye is getting low. This study aims to examine in depth the development of personal competence trades vocational teachers. His research approach literature analysis and assessment of several vocational education experts. Through the study concluded that the development of personal competence of vocational teachers is very important in achieving a healthy professional performance.

Topic: Adult Education (ADE)


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TRADITIONAL CULINARY LEARNING AS AN EFFORT DEVELOPING BALINESE FOOD SKILLS TO SUPPORT TOURISM
Risa Panti Ariani and Dwi Putra Darmawan

The purpose of this study, to determine the balinese food skills, through the analysis of traditional Balinese culinary processing competence in students in Sekolah Menengah Kejuruan (SMK) Tourism. The continueation development of culinary tourism in Bali led to the increasing needs of graduates who have the competence balinese food skills. Traditional Balinese culinary learning currently does not exist in the curriculum, so the focus of this study, through the study of traditional Balinese culinary can improve the competence balinese food skills in students.
Research & development (R & D) is performed at SMK Tourism in Bali. Sample was taken by purposive sampling method, begins with a discussion through Focus Group Discussion (FGD) on the teachers, continued to students using a questionnaire to assess knowledge and interest, while observations to obtain assessment of competency / skills. Analysis of data using qualitative approach to obtain (a) description of Balinese food skills; (b) the support of knowledge and interest in the balinese food skills, and (c) implementation of balinese food skills in fusion food.
Results of the study: (a) description of Balinese food skills is a particular specialty that is traditional Balinese food processing competencies are supported with knowledge and interest in the culinary Bali. (b) there is an increasing significant knowledge about the culinary Bali, and there is increasing interest in students to the culinary Bali (c) implementation of balinese food skills through processing (prepare, procedur and mise en place) traditional culinary Bali with style Continental (fusion food), has implications for Balinese food skills. Thus, learning traditional culinary balinese food can improve the competency skills. Based on these results, it is suggested Balinese culinary learning is a priority, so that students are competent in balinese food skills and an effort to revitalize and promote food based on local resources.

Topic: Adult Education (ADE)


8.

CHALLENGING INTERNSHIP OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS ON POLITICAL EDUCATION
Muchamad Zaenal Arifin, Riko Agusman, Ni Putu Udiyani, Ni Wayan Ayu Primayuli Mahayani

The most challenging experience for undergraduate students after graduated is find a job. Some of the universities in Indonesia has been designed intership programs for helping students. Political education is one of the major that offer to challenge the students for leadership development, policy making, hard-working and professional. This study conducts observations, focus group discussions, and indepth interviews in qualitative method to explore interests in politics, knowledge and political experiences, political competencies, and political participation. The paper outlines the processes and resources used to prepare internship in polical institutions to help undergraduate students to understand their competencies in politics. Though the number of students in the pilot study was very limited, all students had a greater awareness particularly of their leadership, project management, organisational and team working capabilities following the three-month internship and were more receptive to the consideration of careers outside of academia.

Topic: Adult Education (ADE)


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TEACHING-LEARNING SEQUENCE: DESIGNING IONIC BONDING CONCEPT THROUGH MODEL OF EDUCATIONAL RECONSTRUCTION
Euis Nursa’adah1, Liliasari, 2 and Ahmad Mudzakir2

Ionic bonding is a topic of inorganic chemistry that has many contextual applications. Ionic bonding and structures are highly abstract, students must give extra effort to comprehend the concept to avoid misconceptions. Furthermore, the importance of teaching content knowledge to students is intended to make them able to solve their contextual problem. Teaching learning sequence for ionic bonding have been design adopted Model of Educational Learning (MER). Reconstruction focuses on the ionic bonding content knowledge in order to help learners competences and make connections between scientists’ and students’ conceptions. The aim of this study is to describe teaching-learning sequence ionic bonding context based MER. Reconstruction began from analysis scientists’ conception to produce map concept that describes ionic bonding comprehensively. Next, analysis learners conception use interviews and also concept map. There are three types of learners conception occurred-proper to chemist, misconception, and incompetence-. Based on these criteria, teaching learning sequence produced.

Topic: Adult Education (ADE)


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CHALLENGING INTERNSHIP FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS IN POLITICAL EDUCATION
Muchamad Zaenal Arifin, Riko Agusman, Ni Putu Udiyani, Ahmad Fauzi, Ni Wayan Ayu Primayuli Mahayani

The most challenging experience for undergraduate students after graduated is find a job. Some of the universities in Indonesia has been designed intership programs for helping students. Political education is one of the major that offer to challenge the students for leadership development, policy making, hard-working and professional. This study conducts observations, focus group discussions, and indepth interviews in qualitative method to explore interests in politics, knowledge and political experiences, political competencies, and political participation. The paper outlines the processes and resources used to prepare internship in political institutions to help undergraduate students to understand their competencies in politics. Though the number of students in the pilot study was very limited, all students had a greater awareness particularly of their leadership, project management, organisational and team working capabilities following the three-month internship and were more receptive to the consideration of careers outside of academia.

Topic: Adult Education (ADE)


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CREATIVE THINKING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT THROUGH STUDENT PRACTICUM SMK PHYSICS-BASED NEEDS COMPETENCE OF EXPERTISE
Ristiana Dyah Purwandari1, Anna Permanasari2, Ida Hamidah2, Agus Setiawan2

ABSTRACT This study aims to measure creative thinking skills of vocational students through practical activities physics. Physics practicum adjusted with expertise in Engineering Construction Stone and Concrete. One of the topics practicum is calculating the volume of the cavity in a non sand concrete (no-fines concrete). No-fines concrete made of a mixture of Krisik gravel, cement and water. Comparison of the volume of mixed materials (Krisik gravel : cement) of 4: 1, 6: 1, 8: 1, 10: 1. Each code mixing ratios A, B, C and D. No-fines concrete physically cavity or porous and can be used as a wall of a building that has multiple functions to reduce waves of sound and temperature insulation space. Students can develop creative thinking skills to solve the problem of measuring the volume of the cavity for each concrete code. Measurement creative thinking skills include fluency, flexibility, originality, elaboration, evaluation relating to the selection of tools and materials, practical measures, data collection techniques, and data analysis. The measurement results creative thinking skills are grouped into four categories: less (score 0-1), enough (score 1-2), good (score 2-3) and excellent (score 3-4). The results showed that: a. Fluency aspects good categories with a score of 2.6 for the indicator pointed out, b. flexibility aspect good categories with a score of 2.3 for classifying indicators, c. Originality aspect enough category with a score of 1.7 for the indicator explain, d. Elaboration aspect enough category with a score of 1.5 for the indicator explain, e. evaluation aspect enough category with a score of 1.2 for the indicator explain.

Topic: Adult Education (ADE)


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MEASUREMENT MODEL PRACTICES OF DISTRIBUTIVE LEADERSHIP IN CIVIL ENGINEERING EDUCATION
Nazeri Mohammad PhD, Amyzah Ahmad and Shuhairi Abdul Razak PhD

Distributed leadership proposed in the field of leadership studies for the improvement of organizational effectiveness. Distributed leadership is the current leadership that gaining attention in educational organizations. Therefore, as distributed leadership is gaining attention in educational organizations the studies of the influences should be expend. This study aimed to test the validity of the measurement model of leadership practices of teachers in Civil Engineering education (CEE) in Secondary Schools in Peninsular Malaysia. Gauge leadership practices of Civil Engineering education teachers, containing 53 items with seven domains. Domain is to facilitate improvements in teaching and learning, have attributes and leadership skills, developing the organization through the management and administration activities, fostering a culture of collaboration to support the professional development of educators and student learning, practicing professional learning for continuous improvement, improving relationships and collaboration with various stakeholders, to be the best as a role model and a leader who is referred. The study involved 350 teachers of Civil Engineering education schools from several schools in the states of Kelantan and Terengganu. Exploratory factor analysis (EFA) and confirmatory (CFA) was used to verify the domain used. After EFA and CFA conducted with SPSS 19 and AMOS 18.0 available 4 constructs and 12 items of high value validity. Construct is composed of facilitating improvements in teaching and learning, have attributes and leadership skills, developing organization through the management and administration activities and to foster a culture of collaboration to support educator professional development and student learning. Both of these analyzes indicate the measurement model is specified measurement criteria.

Topic: Adult Education (ADE)


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TEACHING-LEARNING SEQUENCE: DESIGNING IONIC BONDING CONCEPT THROUGH MODEL OF EDUCATIONAL RECONSTRUCTION
Euis Nursa’adah1, Liliasari, 2 and Ahmad Mudzakir2

Ionic bonding is a topic of inorganic chemistry that has many contextual applications. Ionic bonding and structures are highly abstract, students must give extra effort to comprehend the concept to avoid misconceptions. Furthermore, the importance of teaching content knowledge to students is intended to make them able to solve their contextual problem. Teaching learning sequence for ionic bonding have been design adopted Model of Educational Learning (MER). Reconstruction focuses on the ionic bonding content knowledge in order to help learners competences and make connections between scientists’ and students’ conceptions. The aim of this study is to describe teaching-learning sequence ionic bonding context based MER. Reconstruction began from analysis scientists’ conception to produce map concept that describes ionic bonding comprehensively. Next, analysis learners conception use interviews and also concept map. There are three types of learners conception occurred-proper to chemist, misconception, and incompetence-. Based on these criteria, teaching learning sequence produced.

Topic: Adult Education (ADE)


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Digital color Classification for Colorful Cross Stitch Threads using RGB+Euclidean Distance and LAB+CIE94
David Setiabudi, Sani M.Isa, Bambang Iswanto

Making Cross Stitch is a stitching art using colorful threads based on cross stitch pattern that has coordinate points. This thesis explains the process from digital photography to cross stitch pattern. The process goes through 2 important phase: color space quantization and digital color classification into cross stitch thread colors. The thread selection process is using k-Nearest Neighbor which select the nearest thread color (k=1). However with different metric will result a different nearest thread, different codebook, and different cross stitch pattern. There are two metrics that is used in this research: Euclidean distance that is using RGB compared with CIE94 that is using LAB color.Color Coherent Vector (CCV) validation result is: LAB +CIE94 is best at grayscale and monochrome patterns and RGB+Euclidean Distance is best at colour patterns. This research is useful for artist/ scientist that wanted to create a better artwork with limited color, but having a digital reference that has 16.7 millions of color.

Topic: Art Education (AED)


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VOCAL TECHNIQUE EXERCISES USING LUK KERONCONG
Dr. Rita Milyartini, M.Si

Such diversity of expressions are exixt in Indonesian vocal tradition, but very limited literature talk about these vocal techniques. This is the reason why we make a research to develop learning materials based on ornamentation of Indonesian vocal tradition. This article only talk about luk keroncong as part of our research. Using design based research method, we analyzed the characteristic of luk keroncong, constructed vocal exercises and implemented it on vocal class. Reaction, response and comment from students are collected, and it’s used to reconstruct the material. Research find out that the appearance of luk is similar with portamento. Vocal technique exercises using luk keroncong helps students to improve breath support, mastering voice placement, and passagio in several registers.

Topic: Art Education (AED)


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The Pattern of Educational Cultural Rationality at Indigenous Community of Kampung Naga
Sandie Gunara

This paper is a description about music education based on a cultural approach. The study focused on the exploration of the values of local wisdom in the practice of music education in indigenous community of Kampung Naga Tasikmalaya regency. The values of local wisdom about education that they have could be base for foundation of education and culture. Because the author sees, knowledge or local wisdom in Kampung Naga can be a source of innovation and skills that can be empowered for the welfare of the community, not only for the indigenous community of Kampung Naga, but also the general public, especially in the context of school education. The method to obtain the data is through ethnographic research. This method to analyze in detail regarding the problems and trying to understand it from the point of view of actors who work there and try to explore a specific topic to help understand the issues directly from community or people related to the problems. The results that have been obtained are documents of the pattern of educational cultural rationality at indigenous community of Kampung Naga that can be strengthen cultural praxis and basis of social and national education.

Topic: Art Education (AED)


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LEARNING STRATEGY OF CREATING SCRAPBOOK TO INCREASE STUDENT SELF-ESTEEM ON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Devi Oktavia Simatupang

This article aims to describe of learning strategies through scrapbook creations for improving students self-esteem at junior level . It is important for students in the school to have a high valuation against itself, and know how to appreciate themselves. An effort to increase self-esteem can also be done through art activities. One of the strategies to increase of student self-esteem through art, is making a scrapbook. Six stages of making a scrapbook is a sequence of the manufacturing process is imagining, prepare materials, cutting materials, compile and sticking materials, adding accessories and finishing. This activity can be done in junior high School. Besides they have been able to capture abstract concepts, junior students also undergoing puberty, which are susceptible to the tendency of low self-esteem . To achieve the main goal, namely improvement of self-esteem, throughout the project the students also keep a daily journal. Make a scrapbook can be one of ideas for teachers as strategies to teach students about their self-esteem.

Topic: Art Education (AED)


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THE USE OF NONVERBAL LANGUAGE DIVERSITY IN STUDENT BOARDING ENVIRONMENT AS A FORM OF LANGUAGE VARIATION
Dr. Hindun

Be varied or colored in life is a gift from God Almighty. The humans that inhabit various parts of this hemisphere using a language that is not the same one with the other. Keep in mind the diversity and variation in shape through research so that when convey feelings and thoughts will be better understood by speakers of another or at least by the partners he said.

Student academic employee at the same time as the most important part that represents the existence of a nation will look his trademark when using the language. Especially now in the times digital / “digital age”. Therefore, this research aims to know concretely language use among the students especially nonverbal language diversity in the environment of their boarding. As it known that nonverbal language is a language that is not concerned with/not using words in the message, but wore the symbol as the expression of the face (facial), gestures of limbs (gesture), color, sound, sounds, the shape of the coat of arms of other meanings.

Research methodology used by observations in the form of the reports in question form spread to students residing in boarding environment with specific time frame so that the validity of the data may be realized. The results of his analysis is focused on the usage of nonverbal language diversity revealed in a variety of situations.

Topic: Art Education (AED)


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THE EFFECT OF LEARNING TECHNIQUES AND SELF EFFICACY TOWARD ABILITY TO WRITING NARRATIVE (Experimental Study in grade V students at SDN Sukasari District Bandung)
Feby Inggriyani

This study aims to determine the effect of learning techniques and self efficacy towards students ability to writing narrative. The method used in this study is an experiment using the design of treatment by level 2 x 2 with testing ANOVA. The results showed that: (1) The ability to writing narrative students learn the techniques of mind mapping is higher than the ability to writing narrative students who studied with the technique outline through the drill, (2) There is an interaction effect between learning techniques and self efficacy on the ability to writing narrative student, (3) The ability to writing narrative students learn the techniques of mind mapping is higher than the group of students who studied with the technique outline through the drill is for students who have self-efficacy is high, (4) the ability to writing narrative students who studied with the technique outline through the drill is higher than groups of students learning with mind mapping techniques to students who have self-efficacy is low. Based on the results of this study concluded that the learning techniques and self efficacy effect on students ability to writing. Recommendations for teachers is to apply the techniques of mind mapping as one way to improve students ability to writing narrative.

Topic: Art Education (AED)


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The Relationship between Students’ Interest in Bilingual Science Learning and Students’ English Competence
Regina Lichteria Panjaitan and Riana Irawati

The correlation of students’ interest in bilingual science learning and their English competence was investigated. Forty-four students of elementary-school teacher candidate program participated in this study. The students received five topics of science with English usage embedded. The students’ interest in science learning involving English was examined. Meanwhile, the students’ mastery of general English was measured. The result shows that the students’ interest in bilingual science learning and their English mastery is not significantly correlated. The finding suggests that the students might still enjoy and get benefit from bilingual science learning despite their English abilities. This leads to the opportunity to have more bilingual science classes to enhance not only students’ science mastery but also their English competence.

Topic: Art Education (AED)


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Usage Analysis Variety Writing Language etymologically and Interference in the Name of lodging in Garut. STKIP Garut
Utruza Imba Bidara, S.Pd.

ABSTRACT

Utruza Imba Bidara (2016). Usage Analysis Variety Writing Language etymologically and Interference in the Name of lodging in Garut. STKIP Garut
Language always experience growth and change. Developments and changes that occur due to language contact. Language contact can lead to a language influenced by other languages, called interference. In addition, language development and change can also be seen from the use of language is etymologically. The process of interplay between one language to another language occurs also in the name of the inn in Garut district. When examined more broadly, there are aspects of language that can be studied mainly to do with the way of writing the name of the inn were written by a variety of creative writing, giving rise to many interpretations of meaning. This research was conducted with the aim to study the use of language by using the language theory relating to etymology and interferences. The method used in this research is descriptive. The data taken is the writing of the names of the Inn in Garut recorded in Garut tourism office. From these data, the results showed that the choice of words etymology to the name of the inn majority coming from Indonesian. While the resulting interference is interference phonology. From these data, the results showed that the choice of words etymology to the name of the inn majority coming from Indonesian. While the resulting interference is interference phonology. It shows that the majority of the population Garut still have a good awareness of Indonesian language.

Topic: Art Education (AED)


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SUPPORTING STUDENTS’ LEARNING INVOLVEMENT THROUGH COLLABORATIVE READING ACTIVITY
Isry Laila Syathroh

Students’ involvement in learning activities has become an important issue in education. In language classes, students’ involvement is shown by encompassing the amount of both physical and psychological aspects (Astin, 1999). This study explores the use of collaborative reading technique in promoting students’ involvement in learning. By using this technique, teachers allow their students with various reading abilities to work collaboratively with other students. Classroom observation and students’ reflective notes were used to gain the data. The result showed that this technique is effective in promoting students’ involvement in learning. This technique provides opportunities for students, regardless their reading abilities, to participate in a group research activity. Through the process of creating, practicing, and presenting the group report, the students are given the opportunities to acquire new vocabulary, to write and reread English, and to communicate in English for a meaningful purpose.

Topic: Art Education (AED)


23.

THE ROLE OF THE CREATIVE ECONOMY IN THE INDONESIAN ECONOMY
By : Entin Jumantini (jumantinie04@gmail.com)

The development of the world economy currently experiencing a paradigm shift, that is, from an economic paradigm to resource-based knowledge and creativity. The shift occurred because the paradigm of resource-based economy that is seen is not quite effective in accommodating the current economic developments. . This is evident only companies that are able to innovate that will survive the turmoil facing global economic changes.

Economic life of the human race has changed along with the continuation of the process of economic globalization, advances in science and information technology, changes in standard of living increases, as well as a more advanced culture so varied needs to make creative ever-increasing economic development. The development of this creative economy has ushered Western civilization into an arena of social interaction that is new that hasnt been unimaginable before, resulting in an intensity of interaction among Nations increased.

Creative economy proved to be a positive effect in the developing countries in the world to explore and develop the potential of creativity which belonged to the State. Indonesia as a country that has a lot of potential for creative economy has great opportunities for development, ranging from cultural diversity, uniqueness of its natural resources, and human-beings in their creative.

Indonesia therefore need to develop creative economy, because of the great potential in contributing significant economic, can create a positive business climate, as well create innovation and creativity which is a nations competitive advantage.

Topic: Business Education (BDE)


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UNDERSTANDING THE CONCEPT OF IFRS WITHIN ACCOUNTING TEACHER IN WEST JAVA
Erika Feronika Br Simanungkalit ; Gayatria Oktalina

Abstract - This study aims to determine teachers understanding on accounting for the change in reporting system of GAAP to IFRS. The study design used is a survey. The findings of the research teachers demonstrate an understanding of accounting to IFRS reporting system is still low. Originality of this study is the research object directly fixed to science teachers who are implementing the curriculum.

Topic: Business Education (BDE)


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Enhancing Critical and Creative Thinking through Problem Based Learning Model of Teaching Assisted by Graphical Animation Analysis
Disman, Susanti Kurniawati, Rosa Ariani Sukamto

ABSTRACT: The background of this research is the weaknesses of critical and creative thinking among stu-dents in the subject of macroeconomic. Critical and creative thinking skills are needed for students to analyze, evaluate and act rationally in order to achieve economic prosperity. So that this study aims to produce an in-tructional model of problem-based learning with the help of animated graphics. The treatment given to the learning process so that students can criticize and evaluate the economic phenomenon by problem-based learn-ing. This research conducted by research and development method which carried through six stages, 1) a field study of macroeconomic learning activities 2) Need analysis of learning media’s 3 ) Preparation of lesson plans and instructional model 4) preparation of graphic animation software 5) Simulation media animated graphics 6) Validate media. The results of this study is a learning model that is ready for treatment for learners and learning media aide graphic animations for problem-based learning model using the software HTML5, Javas-cript, and CSS3. All three are builders client-side application that can be opened in a browser so that it can al-so be used in mobile. This model of teaching effectivelly enhancing student’s critical and creative thinking skill.

Topic: Business Education (BDE)


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STRESS AT WORK AND WELL-BEING Study of Level Stress at Work to Improve Employee Well-Being on Pertamina’s Operators with Standard ‘Pertamina Way’ in Bandung
Megawati Batubara

Pertamina as the only one oil company in Indonesia establish a system of quality standards, namely Pertamina Way, to improve the quality of customer service. The operator not only needs to provide excellent service with smile and greetings to various customer characteristics but also facing complaints. On the other hand, their work can be considered quite dangerous, because every day exposed to smoke in motor vehicles, inhalation of vapors of diesel fuel. The working conditions have a symptoms of stress. Therefore, this study aimed to get overview of the level stress at work of operators. Design applied of non-eksperimental with descriptive method and administered to 34 operators in four gas station in Bandung. Operators filled questionaire about demographic data and measurement tools that was adopted from stress diagnostic survey from the theory of Ivancevich and Matteson (1980) and modified by researcher. The Result indicates that level stress of operator is low (18 respondent-52.94%), moderate (15 respondent-44.12%) and high (1 respondent-2.94%). Most of operators have stress work in low and middle level. It indicates that any exsternal environment and situation in gas station after applying customer service procedure felt as psychological and/or physical demand that appropriate with their job. Low and moderate level of stress indicates that they have a positive impact stress, called Eustress. Eustress can be one of indicator of well-being, especially psychological, that makes operator feel happy with his/her work, build a positive relationship with customers, be able to deal with stress environment and also to regulate emotion

Topic: Business Education (BDE)


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The Effect of Psychological Contract in improving University effectiveness
Anissa L. Kadiyono; Rezki Ashriyana; Megawati Batubara

Change is undeniable. One of them who cannot run from the change, is university. As an educational institution under the Ministry of Indonesia, there are many changes associated with the system of governance rules, remuneration system, leadership system, as well as the performance evaluation system in the organization.
This study was conduct to examine whether psychological contract can be manage to increase the organizational effectiveness. Psychological contract is an individual’s belief regarding the terms and conditions of a reciprocal exchange agreement between that focal person and another party. A psychological contract emerges when one party believes that a promise of future return has been made, a contribution has been given and thus, an obligation has been created to provide future benefits. The study was conducted on a lecturer at the State University in the amount of 166 people. The sampling technique is simple random sampling.
Based on research, it is found that the psychological contract mapping is reciprocal relationship that occurs between lecturers and institutions. This gives the variation perception among lecturers towards the organization that affect their performance.

Topic: Business Education (BDE)


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Management Model, Financial Reporting And Accountability Of School Activities According To Plan And Budget School In Thousand Islands Indonesia
Santi Susanti

Decentralization of education in Indonesia is expected to fix the main problem, issues of quality, equity, relevance, efficiency and management can be solved, in this case, a model management, reporting and financial accountability of school Activity Plan and Budget will be able to provide a solution in realizing accountability and transparency of school in the Thousand Islands.
Financial management in general has actually done in the implementation of diverse levels of substance between one school and another. The existence of this diversity depends on the size of each school, location and school status. In ordinary schools carrying capacity of society is still relatively low, financial management is still modest.
Meanwhile, on the ordinary schools carrying a large community, even may be very large, of course, financial management tends to be more complicated. This trend is done because the school must be able to accommodate a variety of activities that more and more demanded by society.
Meanwhile, research on school accountability and financial transparency are generally much more done in school that is located close to urban areas. Therefore, in this study take a sample of high school or vocational school in the Thousand Islands, and then see whether there is any difference in the management, reporting and financial accountability of school. The analytical method used was action research use Balance scorecard with research outcomes management model, reporting and financial accountability of school.

Topic: Business Education (BDE)


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EVENT AS A MEANS TO EDUCATE YOUTH THROUGH THE VOLUNTEERS PROGRAM: A Case Study on How the Event Organizer Educated Volunteers to Organize an Event through the Volunteers Program in the event of Kreative Independent Clothing Kommunity Festival (Kickfest)
Dedi Rumawan Erlandia, A.Md., S.Sos., M.Si ; Ilham Gemiharto, S.Sos., M.Si.

This paper examined the volunteers program managed by the organizer of Kreative Independent Clothing Kommunity Festival (Kickfest). This was a great, nationwide, repetitive event which had involved a lot of young people as volunteers. The event had been promoting, displaying, performing and selling products made by the Indonesian people, in the forms of clothings, music, and cuisines. The organizer had a program named the volunteers program aimed to accommodate young people who wanted to learn how to organize a big event.
The purposes of this study were to determine how the organizer managed the volunteers program starting from pre-event, event execution and post-event. Then, to determine the roles of volunteers in supporting the organizer to manage the event. The method used in this study was qualitative with case study approach, which was to examine the volunteers program in the event with an intensive, in-depth, detailed, and comprehensive way. The uniqueness of the Kickfest event was that the organizer involved various communities in Indonesia. Then, the event was organized professionally and profitably but still upheld idealism. Besides, it focused on communicating and selling products, created by Indonesian people.
In general, the results of this study showed that the organizer managed the volunteers program through the process of recruitment, training, implementation, evaluation, and follow-up. Volunteers were very helpful in organizing the event especially in building partnership with more stakeholders and promoting the event. The implications of this program were that the organizer was helped to succeed the event and the volunteers gained knowledge, experience, and network. The relationship between the organizers and volunteers was mutual benefits and mutual needs.






Topic: Business Education (BDE)


30.

THESIS BASED PROJECT MONITORING USING CRITICAL PATH METHOD IN SUPPORTING GRADUATION TIME
Eddy Prasetyo Nugroho, Rasim

Thesis is the final course which is an independent assignment. Most students do not finish on time. This occurs because it does not have a schedule and work progress are clear. This study was initiated thesis as a project with all its characteristics. thesis monitoring is required so that timely completion. monitoring is done mainly on scheduling solution. In this research, monitoring methods used are the Critical Path Method (CPM), which became the core business of SiMoSi (Thesis Monitoring System). SiMoSi assist in setting schedules thesis supervisor guidance. SiMoSi also used to monitor the completion of a thesis on a predetermined schedule. if there is fraud thesis supervisor can be rescheduled so that the thesis can be completed on time

Topic: Course Management (CMT)


31.

Leadership in school changing
Aan Komariah; Asep Sudarsyah; Dedi Ahmad

Manajemen perubahan merupakan tema penting dalam kepemimpinan. Perubahan yang semakin deras memasuki sistem persekolahan terutama yang bersumber dari kebijakan pendidikan nasional mengemuka dalam fenomena kelelahan kepala sekolah dan guru dalam menyesuaikan diri dengannya. Perubahan akan terus terjadi dan senantiasa perlu ditanggapi dengan membangun kemampuan kepemimpinan kepala sekolah dalam melakukan self-organizing sehingga sekolah menjadi sistem sosial yang terus belajar. Melalui metoda analisis kritis terhadap literatur kemampuan penting dalam rangka menyesuaikan diri dengan perubahan adalah kemampuan berkolaborasi, membangun iklim kolegial dan membangun komunitas belajar.

Topic: Course Management (CMT)


32.

Sex Education Through Art Activities
devi Oktavia Simatupang

This article aim to present the idea of design of art activities while providing sex education to students. Problems concerning free sex, pornography, and increasing number of pregnant girls in her school years, cannot be considered as problem that are merely discussed by word of mouth. One of the ways providing sex education to students without feeling taboo is through the activity of creating artwork. Aesthetic sense that will teach students the values of life will help students to realize the value of themselves. The design of this program using themes in each teaching materials that will help teachers and students in understanding the whole concept to be achieved. Various activities such as making scrapbooks, comic strips, collage, make paper pulp, and make posters will used as tools to teach those themes. The emphasis of every student activities is at familiarize students to assess things through the lens of what is right, good, beautiful, which presented on reflection journal. Student activities in one semester will put together in a portfolio and in an exhibition. In the end, art activities can also be an alternative in bringing back the moral values within the next generation.

Topic: Curriculum, Research and Development (CRD)


33.

TEXTBOOK DEVELOPMENT MODEL FOR THE TEACHING OF SPEAKING CONTAINING CHARACTER VALUES
NI MADE RAI WISUDARIANI

Language teaching, particularly multidirection speaking skill has a strategic role in building the student’s character. In line with this, it requires a holistic collaboration to prepare the instructional devices containing character values, and one of which is a textbook through developmental research. This study was intended to describe (1) a textbook draft on multidirection speaking skill containing character values according to the needs of students and lecturers; (2) the validity of the textbook and the users’ response to the textbook based on the result of field test. The subjects of this study are content experts lecturers and students. This study adapted the 4D model (define, design, develop, disseminate) proposed by Thiagarajan. The data on this research was obtained through documentation, observations, questionnaire and interview. The results of this study indicate that (1) the textbook is systematically designed, varied, and some components of the textbook can be filled with character value, (2) the validity of the textbook is graded good, and (3) the users’ response to the textbook are quite well. The development texbook model containing character values presented in this article, can be used as an alternative model of learning designed textbook by educators to adapt the book components that allows students to reflect an attitude based on the material presented in study.

Topic: Curriculum, Research and Development (CRD)


34.

AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT ANALYSIS BASED ON KKNI CURRICULUM IN LEARNING APPLIED STATISTICS IN PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHER EDUCATION
Via Yustitia, Imas Srinana Wardani

This research aimed to describe the knowledge of lecturers and implementation of authentic assessment in accordance KKNI curriculum learning of applied statistics at the learning Adi Buana University. This research is a qualitative descriptive. Subjects were applied statistics lecturers and students of 2014 class C. Data collection techniques used were observation, interviews, and documentation. Data analysis through data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion. Mechanical examination of the validity of data using the member check and triangulation. The results showed that: 1) lecturers know about authentic assessment in the teaching of applied statistics; 2) lecturers implement authentic assessment in the learning of applied statistics that include competency assessment attitudes, knowledge, and skills. Attitude competency assessment is carried out through observation, self-assessment, peer assessment, and assessment of the journal. Competency assessment is carried out through technical knowledge written tests, oral tests, and assignments. Skills competency assessment is carried out through performance assessment techniques, project assessment, product assessment and portfolio assessment.

Topic: Curriculum, Research and Development (CRD)


35.

THE CAREER COMPETENCE PROFILE OF PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN JAKARTA, INDONESIA
Awaluddin Tjalla and Herdi

This research is motivated by results of theoretical studies, government policies and empirical facts about the importance of improving student’s career competence at early ages. The purpose of this research was to get the student’s career competence profile of public elementary school students in Jakarta, Indonesia. The study used a survey method. The research sample was 603 grade IV students, 30 headmasters, and 30 teachers of public elementary schools in Jakarta in the academic year of 2016/2017. The research sample was gained by using multistage cluster random sampling technique. The data collection employed Need Assessment Inventory and Career Competence Scale for Elementary School Students. Data were analyzed by using percentage, mean, and deviation standard. Operational data analysis was performed by using software IBM SPSS version 20.0 for windows. The results show that: first, headmasters and teachers judge that all of the student’s career competence profile is important (  = 4.2 from 1-5 point scale and  = 0.01); second, the student’s career competence profile is in the less competent category (45.2%), quite competent (41.2%), and competent (13.6%).

Topic: Curriculum, Research and Development (CRD)


36.

THE FACTORS AFFECTING WISDOM IN THE PERSPECTIVES OF INDONESIAN PRE-SERVICE COUNSELORS
Herdi, Sunaryo Kartadinata, Agus Taufiq

The aim of this research is to gain an empirical description of the factors affecting wisdom in the perspectives of Indonesian pre-service counselors. The research adopted a descriptive method of the survey type. It was conducted in 11 Guidance and Counseling Study Programs in Indonesia. The sample included 520 sixth semester pre-service counselors. They were selected with the multistage random sampling technique. Data were collected using Counselor Wisdom Antecedents Scale. The data were analyzed with descriptive statistics, namely means and standard deviations. The findings show that there are 28 factors affecting a counselor’s wisdom, with a range (M = 2.79 - 4.57) from 1 – 5 scale. Personality is the most relevant factor affecting wisdom in the perspectives of Indonesian pre-service counselors. The factors of work experience/counseling practice, motivation, social interaction, learning from a wise person (counselor educators, mentors, role models, parents), professional training, learning through experience, learning from life experience, intelligence, moral reasoning; internalization, integration, and experience reflection; counseling competence, level of education, religious practice, value orientation, learning through self-awareness technique, education institution, learning to face uncertainty, learning using Socratic dialogue, meditation exercise, learning to think dialectically, learning philosophies, and aging are assessed to be relevant to be a factor affecting wisdom in the perspective of Indonesian pre-service counselors. This research should be followed up with an analysis of the factors affecting wisdom in the perspectives of Indonesian counselor educators and counselors. In addition, exploratory factor analysis is required to find more well-established factors affecting a counselor’s wisdom.

Topic: Curriculum, Research and Development (CRD)


37.

Development of Textbook Based on STEM with the Aid of Lego Mindstrom EV3Robot on the Concept of Momentum
Ratih Mega Ayu Afifah (a*), Ida Kaniawati (b), Irma Rahma Suwarma (b)

The aim of the study is to develop a textbook based on STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics) with the aid of lego mindstrom EV3 robot on the concept of momentum. Mindstrom EV3 is an educational robot that can be used for learning physics. This study is of research and development, and the model used in developing the textbook is ADDIE model. The results of this study are (1) based on the eligibility criteria of the components of the feasibility of textbook content, linguistic components, presentation components, respectively – the grades are 3.60; 3.56; 3.52 so it can be concluded that the textbook is valid with very good categories and can be used in learning; (2) the use of textbooks can enhance students’ creative thinking. The recommendation of the study is to apply the learning materials to measure other variables such as mastery of concepts, critical thinking, higher order thinking.

Topic: Curriculum, Research and Development (CRD)


38.

Engaging Nature in Learning Activity at Nature School
Ridha Hidayani, Rusman

This study is motivated by the fact showing the environmental concern is decreasing. Hence, it is necessary to provide an education system which is environmental friendly, such as in Sekolah Alam (Nature School). Unite with the nature is a concept of Sekolah Alam, so that in the learning activity at this school is emphasize to natural based learning and experience. This study focused on nature terminology in nature school and how nature school engage nature in learning to their student. The purpose of this study is to enrich esential knowledge in learning. This study used qualitative approach, with a case study method. The data collection techniques were documentation study, interview and observation. The result of the study showed nature school believe that nature is the best teacher. Nature terminology in nature school has two definitions as real nature and as experience so learning activity at nature school more empashize to do outdoor activity and built nature awareness in their environment.

Topic: Curriculum, Research and Development (CRD)


39.

THE CAREER COMPETENCE PROFILE OF PUBLIC JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN JAKARTA, INDONESIA
Gantina Komalasari dan Herdi

The purpose of this research was to get the student’s career competence profile of public junior school students in Jakarta, Indonesia. The study used a survey method. The research sample was 466 grade IX students of public junior high schools in Jakarta in the academic year of 2016/2017. The research sample was gained by using multistage cluster random sampling technique. The data collection employed Career Competence Scale for Junior High School Students. Data were analyzed by using descriptive statistic (mean and deviation standard). Operational data analysis was performed by using software IBM SPSS version 20.0 for windows. The results show that the student’s career competence profile is in the competent category (M = 3.1 from 1-4 point scale; SD = 0.3).

Topic: Curriculum, Research and Development (CRD)


40.

The Development of Web_Based Learning Method For Non Formal Education In West Lombok
Titik Ceriyani Miswaty


Abstract
This research is aimed at developing a web-based learning method for universities’ students in West Lombok and intended to develop English learning method for reading and writing skills. This application contains all things about sasaknese’s wedding ceremony (“merariq”). The aim of this research are; 1) to determine the validity of the product in term of its presentment, contents and language use, 2) to obtain the developed learning set e.i lesson plan, students’ learning sheet and students’ work sheet. The Instructional design used to develop this tool is derived from an instructional design models proposed by Borg and Gall. Their concept of R & D is well-known as the ten major steps in the R & D cycle. Dissemination and implementation. The subject of this research is a community of tour guide in Mataram. There are some methods that used in collecting data; There are observation, interview, and questionnaire. Observation conducted to obtain the information about how the application works in learning process and to know how effective this application in helping students to acquire their English is. Meanwhile, interview and questionnaire methods are conducted in preliminary research and it was used to discover what learners’ needs in learning process are. Besides that, evaluation from experts in the field was also done. The result of this research shows that 1) the validity of the product in term of presement is 3.80, contents is 3.72 and language use is 3.94. 2) students’ responses shows that the developed learning set is effective.

Topic: Curriculum, Research and Development (CRD)


41.

THE INFLUENCE OF STUDENTS CONFIDENCE TOWARDS THE ABILITY OF READING POETRY
Dr. Prima Gusti Yanti, M.Hum. dan Dian Restu Fauzyah, S.Pd.

This research aims is to know the influence of self confidence level to the ability of reading poetry. The research was carried out on SDN Aren Jaya XIII Bekasi Timur. The research method used is the experiment approach by using control class and experiment class. Based on the results of the calculation was found 2.466 the correlation coefficients which proceed by test t. The zero hypothesis was rejected because t calculate = 2.466 > 1.99 = t table. It means that there is the influence of self confidence level of students to the ability of their reading poem. Th ability of the students recite poetry by using proper intonation and show the appropriate expression will not contribute much if they do not have confidence. Thus, it can be stated that self confidence got a major position in the reading of poetry. However, students who have high self confidence wont be optimal and success if they do not have the knowledge and skills of reading poetry. The implications of this research is for teachers. They don’t only teach to providing knowledge about reading poetry, but should also encourage and prepare self confidence of students.

Topic: Curriculum, Research and Development (CRD)


42.

Agroindustry Technology Education Graduate Profile and Learning Outcomes In Improving The Competence of Vocational Teacher
Mustika Nuramalia Handayani, Dewi Cakrawati

The existence of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) requires educational institutions to improve the competence of its graduates to be ready to become professional teachers. Program Study of Agroindustry Technology Education UPI (Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia) as a pioneer of agroindustry vocational teacher education institutions in Indonesia, needs to perform a variety of strategies to create graduates who are ready to compete in the AEC era. This study aims to compile graduates profile and agroindustry technology education learning outcomes to improve the competence of vocational teacher candidates. Data collected through interviews, documentary studies, and focus group discussions. The data were analyzed using a qualitative approach. The results showed that (1) agroindustry technology education graduate profile are vocational teachers professional in technological processing of agricultural products; instructor at the institution technology training processing of agricultural products; a professional researcher in technological processing of agricultural products; entrepreneur in technological processing of agricultural products; (2) Learning outcomes expected of them are able to apply science and technology, mastering theoretical concepts and practical technology education processing of agricultural products; able to take strategic decisions in problem solving agricultural processing technology field and having a responsible attitude to work and achievement of organizational goals.

Topic: Curriculum, Research and Development (CRD)


43.

LOCAL UNIQUE RESOURCE ANALYSIS OF VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL AND INFLUENCE ON STRATEGY OF CURRICULUM AND SCHOOL ADVANTAGES
Agus Rahayu, Lili Adi Wibowo, S.Sulastri

Changes in the work environment has had an impact changing demands of the competence of graduates in various types of work. In the case of Vocational High School, the gap between the competency of graduates and the demands of the work environment resulting in graduates make a significant contribution to the open unemployment rate in Indonesia. It requires the adjustment of the educational unit curriculum adaptively and continuously. This study focuses on integration of local unique resources in the preparation and implementation of the vocational curriculum. The aims of this study was to analyze the influence of the local unique resources and external factors on the strategy and implementation of the vocational curriculum.
The method used is a survey verification. The sample in this study is a deputy headmaster of vocational school competence of arts, crafts, and tourism in West Java are taken by cluster random sampling as much as 96 people. Data analysis technique used is Partial Least Square using Smart PLS.
The results showed that the local unique resource of the vocational school and external factor affecting the strategy and implementation of the curriculum as well as the impact on the school advantages

Topic: Curriculum, Research and Development (CRD)


44.

ABILITY IN LEARNING ORGANIZATION AND PEDAGOGICAL KNOWLENDGE ON IMPLEMENTATION OF LEARNING CURRICULUM 2013
Dian Herdiana Utama, S.Sulastri, Lili Adi Wibowo

Since 2013 the curriculum applied in Indonesia, it is not optimal implementation on the subjects of entrepreneurship in vocational business and management. It is marked by inadequate facilities and infrastructures, teachers lack of understanding regarding the implementation of Curriculum 2013, which is caused by the difference between the methods and approaches to the curriculum in 2013 and the KTSP in 2006. To improving the understanding of teachers to curriculum implementation in 2013, it can be done through organization Learning and Pedagogical Knowledge. the purpose of this study was to determine the ability of learning organization and pedagogical knowledge of teachers and their effect on the implementation of the curriculum in 2013.
Subjects in this study were teachers of SMK Business and Management as Bandung as many as 114 people. The method used in this research is explanatory survey method. Data analysis techniques used in this research is path analysis techniques.
The results showed that the ability of learning organization and pedagogical knowledge significantly affect the implementation of a Learning curriculum 2013.

Topic: Curriculum, Research and Development (CRD)


45.

AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT ANALYSIS BASED ON KKNI CURRICULUM IN LEARNING APPLIED STATISTICS IN PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHER EDUCATION
VIA YUSTITIA AND IMAS SRINANA WARDANI

This research was aimed to describe lecturer’s understanding and implementation of authentic assessment based on KKNI curriculum in Applied Statistics subject at Adi Buana PGRI University. It was a qualitative descriptive research. The subjects of this research were Applied Statistics lecturer and students of Class C, year 2014. Data collection techniques used were observation, interviews, and documentation. Data analysis was done through data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion. Validity of the data was tested by implementing data checking and triangulation. The results showed that: 1) the lecturer knows authentic as-sessment in the teaching of Applied Statistics; 2) the lecturer has implemented authentic assessments in the teaching of Applied Statistics, which include attitude, knowledge, and skill competency assessments. Attitude competency assessment has been carried out through observation, self-assessments, peer assessments, and as-sessments of the journals. Competency assessment has been carried out through technical knowledge written tests, oral tests, and assignments. Skills competency assessment has been carried out through performance as-sessments, project assessments, product assessments, and portfolio assessments.

Topic: Curriculum, Research and Development (CRD)


46.

Team Teaching Curriculum Development in The State Polytechnic of Agriculture Kupang
Sondang P.P Leoanak, Bonik K. Amalo, Andy Y. Ninu

The main concept of team teaching (TT) is to share teaching experience among teachers in the classroom. More, TT members also share their experience in developing curriculum. Relying on this concept, this paper aims to investigate how TT members develop and construct curriculum in vocational education. In a narrow scope, this paper investigates how TT members construct curriculum in relation to the development of course and teaching practices by the lecturers in the State Polytechnic of Agriculture Kupang (SPAK). Collaboration, knowledge background, dialogue or communication, experience and problem solving in the construction of curriculum are used as basic concepts in investigating how SPAK lecturers constructed the curriculum. For this purpose, 20 lecturers in SPAK are used as the source of data. The data is obtained through questionnaires and semi-structured interviews. A descriptive quantitative method is also applied. The data shows that in relation to the course development, SPAK applied the concepts of “collaboration between teachers, knowledge background of the team members, dialogue or communication inside the team members, experience and problem solving amongst team members” when developing the course of the curriculum of TT.

Topic: Curriculum, Research and Development (CRD)


47.

DEVELOPMENT OF CHEMISTRY MODULE FOR 2nd GRADE OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL IN SALT HYDROLYSIS MATTER WITH STEM PROBLEM BASED LEARNING IN SMA NEGERI 3 TANJUNG RAJA.
Hesty yulisty, Tatang Suhery, Jejem Mujamil S

Made the development of chemical materials redoks module with STEM approach. Problem Based LearningThis research was conducted using ADDIE development model. The validity of the module is assessed by three experts, ie, subject matter experts, expert design, and expert pedagogical. The validity of the material has a value of 3.63 to the category of very valid. The validity of the design has a value of f4 categories is very valid. Validity pedagogical has a value of 3.75 to the category of very valid. Practicality this module is done on a class XI student of SMAN 10 Palembang Scores practicality in stage one to one at 3,83 with the category of very practical and practicality score at the stage of a small group at 3,42 categorized as very practical.

Topic: Curriculum, Research and Development (CRD)


48.

AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT ANALYSIS BASED ON KKNI CURRICULUM IN LEARNING APPLIED STATISTICS IN PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHER EDUCATION
VIA YUSTITIA, IMAS SRINANA WARDANI

This research aimed to describe the knowledge of lecturers and implementation of authentic assessment in accordance KKNI curriculum learning of applied statistics at the learning Adi Buana University. This research is a qualitative descriptive. Subjects were applied statistics lecturers and students of 2014 class C. Data collection techniques used were observation, interviews, and documentation. Data analysis through data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion. Mechanical examination of the validity of data using the member check and triangulation. The results showed that: 1) lecturers know about authentic assessment in the teaching of applied statistics; 2) lecturers implement authentic assessment in the learning of applied statistics that include competency assessment attitudes, knowledge, and skills. Attitude competency assessment is carried out through observation, self-assessment, peer assessment, and assessment of the journal. Competency assessment is carried out through technical knowledge written tests, oral tests, and assignments. Skills competency assessment is carried out through performance assessment techniques, project assessment, product assessment and portfolio assessment.

Topic: Curriculum, Research and Development (CRD)


49.

THE INFLUENCE OF CONFLICT RESOLUTION TEACHING MODEL TOWARDS SOCIAL STUDY’S ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT WITH MULTICULTURAL ATTITUDE AND SELF EFFICACY COVARIABLE TO STUDENTS OF PGSD DEPARTMENT IN GANESHA UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION
Ni Nyoman Lisna Handayani

This research aims to examine the influence of conflict resolution teaching model towards social study’s academic achievement with multicultural attitude and self-efficacy covariable. This quantitative research study was conducted to students of PGSD department in Ganesha University of education using experiment method with Single Factor independent groups design with use of covariate and involved 67 students. Data were analyzed with covariance analysis (ANACOVA). The result this research study shows: 1) there are differences in social study’s academic achievement between students who involved in conflict resolution model learning with students who involved in conventional learning. 2) There are differences in social study’s academic achievement between students who involved in conflict resolution model learning with students who involved in conventional learning by controlling multicultural attitude. 3) There are differences in social study’s academic achievement between students who involved in conflict resolution model learning with students who involved in conventional learning by controlling self-efficacy. 4) There are differences in social study’s academic achievement between students who involved in conflict resolution model learning with students who involved in conventional learning by controlling multicultural attitude and self-efficacy simultaneously. 5) There are contribution from multicultural attitude towards social study’s academic achievement. 6) There are contribution from self-efficacy towards social study’s academic achievement. 7) There are simultan contribution on multicultural attitude and self-efficacy towards social study’s academic achievement. Based on research’s findings, conflict resolution teaching model in social study learning by considering multicultural attitude and self-efficacy was the model to be applied.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


50.

Childhood caretaking in Benda Kerep Community
Lutfatulatifah & Slamet Wahyudi Yuliyanto

Indonesia is one of the collective community groups which strongly holds a great number of different cultures. Particular local cultural values influence the practice of parenting. It is uncovered by this semi ethnography study that the role of mothers is dominant in the practice of early childhood caretaking in Benda Kerep community. The children understanding towards gender is not only constructed by their parents, but also by social setting that dichotomizes male and female. Children are encouraged to apply discipline since their childhood by their parents and every member of Benda Kerep community.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


51.

Students’ Misconceptions on Titration
Hayuni RetnoWidarti*, Anna Permanasari**, Sri Mulyani**

Misconceptions can lead to the problems of students’ understanding, if it is not resolved immediately. Through this research the potency of misconceptions has investigated on analytical chemistry subject, especially on titration concepts. Descriptive method was used in this study, involving 66 students who were taking Analytical Chemistry course. The seven items of multiple choice test with reasons were used as an instument and the result was then analyzed on using modified Certainty of Response Index technique. The results show that 51.6% of students understand the concepts of titration well; 13.3% of students do not understand the concept, and 35.1% have misconceptions. The misconceptions mainly occurred in macroscopic and symbolic level of representation on choosing measuring equipment for titration, using titration equipments, and calculating titrat

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


52.

Building Meaningful Learning through the Coherence Learning among Mathematics, Language and Science Lessons
Anna Permanasari1, Bibin Rubini2, Turmudi1, and Vismaia1

Building Coherence between science, mathematics and language leads to the meaningful learning. The study was done to investigate how far learning mathematics and language on using sciences themes give impact to the science literacy of secondary schools students. The study was done on using quasi experiment and descriptive methods, under collaboration among math, science, and language teachers and staff researchers. The implementation of learning in all of subjects were done by teachers them self, and researchers enrolled as observers. Learning mathematics and language were held before science. The result shows that learning mathematics and language on using science themes that close to their daily life made learning more meaningful. This is indicated by the increasing of math and language literacy, better than the class without science theme. Moreover, the treatment gave the positive impact to the meaningful learning on science, because they have had the initial understand about science.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


53.

DEBRIEFING TEACHERS’ COMPETENCE BASED ON REFLECTIVE TEACHING TO FACILITATE CREATIVE THINKING SKILLS OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
Ramdhan Witarsa, Anna Permanasari, Udin Syaefudin Saud

The specific objective of this study is to strengthen/establish the teachers to have more capabilities based on creative thinking skills demonstrated in terms of planning, assessing, and implementing learning and be able to follow up the results of the assessment and capable of coaching the students in a comprehensive manner. The research methodology used in this research is Research and Development (R n D). The results of this study as follows: Manual/Guidance Book about Debriefing Teachers’ Competence Based on Reflective Teaching (DTCRT) Tested to be used by teachers of Elementary School (ES); increasing the understanding of teachers in developing learning activities in Elementary School (ES) based on creative thinking skills by 51.53%; increasing the skills of teachers in preparing lesson plans based on creative thinking skills by 53%; increasing the skills of the teachers in making assessments based on creative thinking skills as the impact of implementing DTCRT by 63%; increasing the skills of the teachers in demonstrating learning activity based on creative thinking skills as a result of the implementation of DTCRT by 51%; A positive change of the teachers’ attitude at ES in teaching creative thinking as the impact of implementing DTCRT. The implications of this study as follows: DTCRT should be continued; Educational Institutions and Personnel (EIP) can adopt a mentoring pattern conducted by DTCRT, DTCRT can be applied in the Professional Education of Teacher (PET) of ES.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


54.

INDONESIAN CHARACTER-BUILDING BASED EDUCATION: DISCOURSE ANALYSIS ON ENGLISH TEXTBOOK
Nida Husna, Tahnia Lestari

The need to introduce of Pancasila and the forty-five-value points of it in formal education system can be one of the ways out to introduce national character building. Textbook still becomes the main media in formal education schools. The Educational and Cultural Ministry of Indonesia has published two textbooks for the first grade of Junior High School titled When English Rings the Bell: Buku Siswa as a student’s textbook and When English Rings the Bell: Buku Guru as the teachers’ manual book. This qualitative research has been held mainly to know whether the points of character which are in line to Pancasila can be found in the books which were officially published by the Government of Indonesia and used a main textbook in models schools as the implementation of Kurikulum 2013 or not. In addition, the study also revealed the awareness of the teachers about the target points of the characters and also how they implement these in their English teaching learning process. In collecting the data which are the existence of the points of character in the textbooks, Guttman Scale was used to measure and the eighteen character target points from Listyarti (2012) will be used as the standard points. Meanwhile, to find out about teachers’ awareness of those points and how they implement those character building points in their English teaching process, English teachers interviews and classroom observations had been conducted. It was found that the books published by the government contain more than half of the number of the target points, both explicitly and implicitly. Meanwhile, even though most of the respondents agree that character building should be included in the teaching learning process, to put them into practice is not as easy as it’s said. This study is important because exploring the books that contain the values of ideal ideology properly will help the teachers emerging the students’ awareness to possess good character.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


55.

THE VALUES OF GOTONG ROYONG OF HAUL TRADITION IN PAHULUAN BANJARESE SOCIETY IN ANDHIKA VILLAGE AS THE SOURCE OF SOCIAL STUDIES
Gazali Rahman* (alfurqonsmkarmasi@yahoo.co.id BambangSubiyakto* (Phetex73@yahoo.com) Syaharuddin* (fikri_025@yahoo.co.id)

Gotong royong has a strong power in keeping the sense of togetherness, unity as the one of indonesian nation character has currently faded. It can potentially cause the increasing of individualism, intolerance, and also reducing the social cohesion in the society which could decrease the national competitiveness in this globalization era. As a subject of this reseach, Pahuluan banjarese society in Andhika village have a haul tradition which is full of the values of gotong royong. This tradition should be preserved as it has strategic function inthe character and national identity building through social studies education in school. This research used the qualitative approach, which the data collection are through the interviewing, observation, and document study. The data analysis conducted by Miles and Huberman models, that are data display, data reduction, and conclusions. The data verification is through these following steps, namely, extended observation, triangulation, and discussion with the colleagues. The results of the study, thereare: (1) thehaul tradition is estimated come from the pra-islam period, which is Dayak ngaju ethnic, Maanyan, Dusun Deyah, Bukit, and Lawangan, which happened before a process, as known as “pembanjaran”, in the early 16th century; (2) the values of gotong royong in haul tradition are seen in these activities; taturukan, pangayuan, pangawahan, and lalawatan. The values of gotong royong have a significant impact in social studies education that this study enriched the source social studies education in school.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


56.

IMPROVEMENT OF SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLS THROUGH CONVENTIONAL SHARE AND CIRCLE SHARE MODELS IN CIRCULAR MOTION LEARNING
Ponimin 1,a), Suparmi 2), Sarwanto 2b), Widha Sunarno 2)

Science process skills are an important in science learning to learn thinking skill of student. The purpose of this research is to compare the improvement of science process skills through conventional share and circle share learning for uniform circular motion concept. The research was conducted by assessing the science process skills of learners using observation sheet. Three science process skills were assessed, they were data collections (through observation and measurement), data analysis (interpretation of data), and conclusion. Furthermore, compare the student’s work sheet by different way of share during and after experiment for each model. The experiment group used conventional share in the group then followed by circle share model with the other group consecutively. The control group, conventional share model was used both in the group and the other group. The results of the study showed that science process skills circle share models is better than conventional share model.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


57.

Transmission of Local Wisdom Values Sundanese At Social Studies Education in Improving Character Education Students
Sukanda Permana

This study describes the process of social change in the Sundanese people especially among junior high school students were caused by globalization and modernization. The main problem in this research is the use of the values of Sundanese local wisdom in learning Social Studies. The study aims to explore and assess the use of the values of local wisdom in particular Sundanese mother tongue. This research was conducted at SMPN 16 and SMPN 51 Bandung. This study uses a phenomenological research methods to determine the extent of the phenomenon of the use of the values of local wisdom in schooling. The findings in this study indicate (1) the level of schooling the development of the values of local wisdom Sundanese implemented gradually through various programs one of which is extra; (2) the transmission of local wisdom values Sundanese developed through the learning process although in practice there are obstacles, namely, the lack of literature related to local wisdom Sundanese, as well as the need for teachers who have the ability and understanding of local wisdom Sundanese; (3) aspects that developed in the learning process are aspects that are around the school, for example, the environment around the school; (4) the value of local knowledge Sundanese transmitted to the student in the learning process Social Studies that the teacher connects the existing material on Social Studies with local wisdom material Sundanese; (5) the effectiveness of local wisdom Sundanese in Social Studies connecting it with the existing allocation of time in Social Studies.
To improve the ability of teachers to teach indigenous Sundanese on Social Studies needed for cooperation between Social Studies teachers with teachers of local content (teacher Sundanese) as well as the necessary support from the government, especially the Department of Education for the provision of learning resources related to local wisdom Sundanese

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


58.

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STUDENT’S UNDERSTANDING CONSISTENCY OF THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY CONCEPT AND THEIR HIGHER-ORDER THINKING SKILLS
Indah Slamet Budiarti , Suparmi, Cari,Viyanti, Winarti , Jeffrey

Physics learning assessment, up to now, has not been oriented on the level of analysis, evaluation, and creation. Preliminary observation in three universities revealed that its focus remain on the level of knowledge, understanding, and application. The purpose of this study were to analyzing and describing the consistency relationship between students’ understanding of thermal conductivity concept and their higher-order thinking skills, whereas the testing instruments were adapted from HTCE (Heat and Temperature Concept Evaluation). The study was carried out in three higher learning institutions: IKIP PGRI Madiun, UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta, and Lampung University with a sample of 145 students. Descriptive research design was employed, while the purposive random sampling technique was used to obtain the sample. Data were obtained by means of multi representation tests and in-depth interviews. Based on the data analysis, it was found that 87.59% students were inconsistency to answer test of multi representation concept. These results indicated a positive correlation between the students’ understanding of this particular Physics concept and their higher-order thinking skills.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


59.

The Contribution of Creative Thinking Skills to Students’ Creativity in Enzyme Kinetics Practical Projects on Using Local Materials
Diah Kartika Sari1,a) and Anna Permanasari2,b)F.M.Titin Supriyanti 2, c)

The purpose of this study is to learn contribution of creative thinking skills to students‘creativity along the biochemistry laboratory.The project based practical work was done involving 40students.Along the class,they were asked to do test of creative thinking (before and after class)as well as they had to show their creative products to be assessed.The instruments used were creative thinking skills test and creative product rubric.Correlation analysis was performed on using SPSS22.0.The results showed that the mean of the pretest was respectively 41.93±7.63(maximum score100).After a series of implementation,the posttest creative thinking skills of students was respectively 68.80±13.24.The increase of students‘creative thinking shown by value was 0.46(intermediate category).Meanwhile, the average of students’creative products was 84.08±2.44(max score:100).Based on Spearman correlation analysis,a strong relationship between creative thinking skills and students’creativity is shown with the correlation coefficient as much as 0.710(high category).It can be concluded that creative thinking skills give a high contribution to the students’creativity.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


60.

DESIGNING FAMILY SUPPORT PROGRAM: IMPROVING CONFLICT RESOLUTION SKILLS OF PARENTS AND ADOLESCENTS BASED ON SOLUTION-FOCUSED APPROACH
Tina Hayati Dahlan, Diah Zaleha Wyandini, Ifa Hanifa Misbach

The study aimed to design a model of parents-adolescents conflict resolution as a part of family support program based on solution-focused approach. This approach emphasis on the use of solution-talk and identification of the things performed by parents or adolescents that bring success in resolving conflicts rather than to things that were not performed. The study began by identifying conflict sources and resolutions performed by parents and adolescents. The research used a quantitative method which data collection using two instruments constructed by the researchers to identify the sources of conflict and conflict resolutions. The sample was selected using accidental sampling technique which consisted of 729 adolescents aged 11-21 years old, 448 mothers, and 395 fathers.
The findings showed that the main sources of conflict perceived by adolescents were the relationships within the family (37,33%), followed by the differences in values and attitudes (34,08%); while the main sources of conflict perceived by mothers and fathers were the differences in values and attitudes (39.37% and 40,87%), followed by the differences in personal taste ( 36,40% and 33,74%). The conflict resolution conducted by most adolescents was capitulation (30.16%), it meant that adolescents prefered to hand over the winning to parents to avoid conflict; while most mothers and fathers conducted negotiation ( 44.26% and 45.34%) to resolve the conflicts. These results showed a gap between what were perceived by adolescents and parents about how to resolve the conflict.
The implication of these findings was used to underlie the designing of a model of parents-adolescents conflict resolution as a part of family support program with the purpose of improving conflict resolution skills of parents and adolescents in addressing the differences of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors to build a mutual understanding .

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


61.

Biology Students’ Mental Model Profile About Microorganism After Enduring Mental Model Based-Microbiology Course
Yanti Hamdiyati 1, a), Fransisca Sudargo 2, Sri Redjeki 3, and Any Fitriani 4

The purpose of this study was to identify biology students mental model about microorganism after enduring mental model based-microbiology course. This research used descriptive method with 32 sixth semester biology students at Biology Education Departement-Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia as its respondents. Data was taken at the end of the 6th semester after respondents endure microbiology course. Instrument used to assess mental model was drawing-writing test in which it contains concepts such as structure of bacteria, archaebacteria, virus, and fungi. Students were asked to describe their imagination about the structure of microorganisms and subsequently asked to explain the structure of microorganisms in writing through open-ended questions. Students’ response was then compared to scientists or experts’ mental models as the targeted mental model. Student mental models were categorized into five levels (levels 1-5), namely “there is no drawing/ writing,” “wrong or irrelevant drawing/ writing of question,” “partially correct drawing/ writing,” “the drawing/ writing that has some deficiencies,” and “completely correct and complete drawing/ writing.” Results showed that the level of mental models through drawing or writing about the four concepts were varied, but there are increasing mental model level compared to mental model before enduring mental model based-microbiology course. The highest level of mental models through drawing-writing (D5/W5) was found in all of microorganisms concepts. There were not first level of mental model (D1/W1) in drawing and writing test. This result indicated that mental model based-microbiology course can enhance or complement students’ mental models about microorganisms.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


62.

NATION’S CHARACTER EDUCATION BASED ON REVELATION SYSTEM
Peribadi

Revelation system that was contained in the identity of Muhammad as the parentless, shepherder, trader, making Khadijah as wife, and doing contemplation in Guahira in Pre Revelation period as well as the process of social reconstruction in Revelation era in the frame of Al-Alaq as the philosophy of civilization, Al-Qalam as vision and mission of civilization, Al-Muzammil as the spirit of civilization, Al-¬Mudatzir as the management of civilization, and Al-Fatihah as the potret of civil society (Suharsono, 2004; 2011). All of them could become the source of syllogism structure as the major premise through approach of “deductive interpretive phenomenology” as meant by Popper (Muhadjir, 2011) to develop the discourse of prophetic education based on Revelation System. In this context, the educational process was developed based on pre prophetic spiritual and prophetic scientifiication.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


63.

EXPERIMENT IN MEASUREMENT: USING OBSERVATION TO DEVELOP ABILITY OF ANALYSIS
SARWANTO

The development of students analysis and higher order thinking skill in higher education is currently interesting to be investigate. This paper we report the student learning on the topic of measurement, guided by the lecturer, responded to measure and writing the data, drawing a graph, analysis and report. This research method was qualitative case study entailed collection of data through classroom observation, transcripts of student/teacher interactions, and interviews with students. We found that students were able to demonstrate a variety of ways of doing measurements, compiling systematic data, draw graphs with some models, making the relationship between independent variables and the dependent variable, analyze the measurement results to make conclusions. We identified several pedagogical principles are implemented in this lecture.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


64.

PROPHETIC EDUCATION OF GURU SEKUMPUL FOR SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION
Ersis Warmansyah Abbas

In the effort for practicing Social studies education as a powerful teaching, it is needed the concept and practice of innovative education. As the powerful teaching aiming at character building in the frame of good citizenship, social studies education may implement the model of prophetic education of Guru Sekumpul (K.H. Zaini Abdul Ghani). The Prophetic Education of Guru Sekumpul of education is a concept and practice based on the apostolic education (Rasulullah SAW). Prophetic education of Guru Sekumpul begins with contemplation and reading of confession (syahadat) in the efforts to strengthen belief, to improve devotion, and (by) following Rasulullah as practiced by Guru Sekumpul in the model of dakwah : (1) orally religious proselytizing , (2) behaviorally religious proselytizing, dan (3) and religious proselytizing through tadwin. Implementation of Prophetic Education of Guru Sekumpul in social studies education will result in social studies education as the powerful educational practice because it is meaningful, integrative, value-based, challenging, dan active.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


65.

PROPHETIC EDUCATION OF GURU SEKUMPUL FOR SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION
Ersis Warmansyah Abbas

In the effort for practicing Social studies education as a powerful teaching, it is needed the concept and practice of innovative education. As the powerful teaching aiming at character building in the frame of good citizenship, social studies education may implement the model of prophetic education of Guru Sekumpul (K.H. Zaini Abdul Ghani). The Prophetic Education of Guru Sekumpul of education is a concept and practice based on the apostolic education (Rasulullah SAW). Prophetic education of Guru Sekumpul begins with contemplation and reading of confession (syahadat) in the efforts to strengthen belief, to improve devotion, and (by) following Rasulullah as practiced by Guru Sekumpul in the model of dakwah : (1) orally religious proselytizing , (2) behaviorally religious proselytizing, dan (3) and religious proselytizing through tadwin. Implementation of Prophetic Education of Guru Sekumpul in social studies education will result in social studies education as the powerful educational practice because it is meaningful, integrative, value-based, challenging, dan active.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


66.

THE VALUES OF GOTONG ROYONG OF BAHAUL TRADITION IN BANJARESE SOCIETY IN ANDHIKA VILLAGE AS THE SOURCE OF SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION
Gazali Rahman, Bambang Subiyakto, Syaharuddin

Abstract: Gotong royong has a strong power in keeping the senses of togetherness unity as the part of Indonesian nation characters which has currently faded. If the charactersgradually disappear, it has several effects, likes, the increasing of individualism, intolerance, and also reducing the social cohesion in the society which could decrease the national competitiveness. Banjaresesociety in Andhika village have a bahaul tradition which is full of the values of Gotong royong. This tradition should be preserved as it has strategic function in the character and national identity building through social studies in school. This research used the qualitative approach, which the data collection werethrough the interviewing, observation, and document study. The data analysis conducted through data reduction, display the data and verification or conclusions. The data verification is through these following steps, namely, extended observation, triangulation, and discussion with the colleagues. The results of the study show the values of Gotong royong in bahaul tradition are seen in these activities; taturukan, pangayuan, pangawahan, and lalawatan.The Activities have a significant impact in Social Studies Education. The significant impact could be seen on the values in bahaul such as solidarity, tolerancy and caring to a society. Thus, this study is able to enrich the source of Social Studies Education in

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


67.

Education of Communication in Interethnic Families of Sundanesse and Minangese in Bandung
Evi Novianti, Rully Khairul Anwar

This article exposes education of communication in families of different cultures which is Sundanese and Minangkabau background in Bandung. With descriptive and qualitative methods especially using interview techniques and show that different ethnic couple has their enculturation is good. These are can be seen from the harmony of domestic life and there are compatibility and same interests between them. As it seen there are point of intersection between sundanese and minangkabau ethnic which is they both have an attitude to understand and appreciate each other. Those values are shown in behavioral appreciation and realizing the differences without disputed it, adaptations with role demanding and learning it cultures. Specifically, intercultural competence which is studied in this research is linguistic skill, interaction skill, and knowledge about cultures. Communication competence is the most important things in running domestic life ethnic because it can adapted conflict in domestic life become open minded until it can find the best solution in each life conflict.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


68.

The use quantitative-based lab activities on students’ graphing skills in environmental change matterial
Nurcahya Meisadewi*, Sri Anggraeni**, Bambang Supriatno**

The aim of this study was to investigates the effectiveness of using quantitative-based lab activities to facilitate students’ graphing skills. The sample consisted of 34 students of the 10th grade science students. A weak experimental with pre-test-post-test group designs was untilized in this study. A quantitative-based lab activities composed indicator from graph construction and graph interpretation. Data collection tools used in this study were graphing skills test (consisted multiple choice and essay question) and the questionnaire responses of teachers and students. Statistical analysis using one sample-test of students scores to statistically significant difference between average post-test and the minimum limit specified in this study (p<0,05). Result indicated that the quantitative-based lab activities effective to achieve better students’ graphing skills in environmental change matterial.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


69.

TO INCREASE THE RESULT OF THE STUDENTS LEARNING WITH THE STRATEGY OF “EVERYONE IS A TEACHER HERE” IN INTEGRATED SOCIAL SCIENCE (GEOGRAPHY)
Maya Meilia(a), Gracya Niken Nindya Sylvia(b), Zahra Khairani Habibah(c)

The Strategy Learning “Everyone is a teacher here” gives an opportunity to the student to act as a teacher for the other students. The formulation of this research problems is influence of the learning strategy of “Everyone is a teacher here” to the result of the student learning in Integrated Social Science (Geography) of the Student Class VIII SMP Negeri 1 Belitang III East OKU. The determine is to know the influence of the learning strategy “Everyone is a teacher here” to the over comes of student learning at the integrated (Geography) with the material the damage forms of environmental and the consequence factor, in class VIII the second semester of SMP Negeri 1 Belitang III East OKU South Sumatera, This research is as the study Quasi Experiment, with the design Non-Equivalent pretest-posttest control group design. Instrument that used is the test, with the data analysis t-test. The population that use is all students of grade at VIII SMP Negeri 1 Belitang III East OKU there are consist of 212 students. Results of the research are pointed the average student learning outcomes by using a strategy Everyone Here Is A Teacher in the experiment’s classroom is tended be higher, and shows the different response compared the control class that only use the lecture. The implication of this research is the result of the student’slearning can be increasted true the learning strategy “Everyone is a teacher here”.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


70.

EMOTIONAL MATURITY DETERMINANTS STUDENTS VOCATION EDUCATION
Nathanael Sitanggang and Putri Lynna A. Luthan

This study aimed to determine the effect of reconciliation emotion, authenticity emotional, spiritual emotion towards emotional maturity. The research method is survay by respondents as many as 100 students of vocational education Faculty of Engineering, University of Medan consisted of 50 men and 50 women determined proportional random sampling.
The research instrument was a questionnaire and hypotheses were tested using path analysis techniques. The results showed that the reconciliation emotion and authenticity emotions directly and indirectly affect the emotional maturity, while the spiritual emotion only have direct effects on emotional maturity. The magnitude of changes in emotional maturity can be determined directly reconciliation emotion, authenticity emotional and spiritual emotion in a row is 3.17%, 3.46% and 14.51%. Another finding from this study is there is no significant difference between emotional maturity of students of vocational education of men and women.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


71.

INFORMATION PROCESSING CAPABILITY IN THE CONCEPT OF BIODIVERSITY
Annisa Setya Rini1), Adi Rahmat 2), Topik Hidayat 2), Meilia Gemilawati 3), Dida Firgiawan 3)

The purpose from this study is to determine ability in processing of information on biodiversity issues in Indonesia using video and text. Information processing capability was measured using an essay adapted from Marzano which includes four components like identification information, interpretation of information, relate the information and use the information. This test was given to 30 students at 10th grades in SMA Negeri 8 Bandung. The results showed that the processing information using video better than the processing information using text. The average obtained for processing information using video is 3.41 and processing information using text is 3.38 of a scale of 4. The conclusion is use video more easily understood by students in information processing as compared with using text. Using video for source the information can help student to imagine the information clearly and can organize the information correctly to meaningful information.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


72.

The impact of Science Writing Heuristic (SWH) Appproach on Students Conseptual Understanding in Physic
Fauzia Nur Huda*, Muslim, Selly Feranie

The research aimed to examine the impact of implemetation Science Writing Heuristic (SWH) approach to improvement student conceptual understanding. This research is motivated by the importance of the conceptual understanding for students on learning physics. One way to help students develop conceptual understanding is engage students in the learning process. The SWH template for student consist of: (1) beginning ideas; (2) tests; (3) observations; (4) claims; (5) evidence; (6) reading; and (7) reflections. The method used is quasy-experiment with experiment and control class. The instruments used include conseptual understanding tests and observation sheets. The subjects in this study were students of X science class of senior high schools and determined by random sampling technique. The results indicated that the implementation of Science Writing Heuristic (SWH) approach affect to increased students conceptual understanding.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


73.

Promoting Undergraduate Students’ Critical Thinking Skills in Vertebrate Zoology Courses
Sumiyati Sa’adah1, a) Fransisca Sudargo2, b) Topik Hidayat3, c)

Abstract. The goal of science education is to develop critical thinking skills. Critical thinking skill is important in education as well as in everyday life. In this study to promote students critical thinking skills used team-based learning instructional model. The purpose of this study is evaluated the potential effects of team-based learning (TBL) instructional model on undergraduate students critical thinking skills. A quasi-experimental pre-test/post-test with control group design was used to determine critical thinking gains in TBL and non-TBL group. Instrument to collect data is open ended Question that representative by critical thinking elements. The result showed that team based learning can improving undergraduate students’ critical thinking skill and also showed that team-based learning significantly quantitative differences compared to nonteam-based learning group in improving students critical thinking skills. Through the results of this study, it is hoped that faculty who value both research and critical thinking will consider using the team-based learning the instructional model.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


74.

REVITALIZATION OF EDUCATION IN SCHOOL REFUGEES (Implementation Case Study of Pedagogy and Andragogy Refugee School) Cisarua Refugee Learning Center (CRLC) Bogor West Java
Iwan Koswara, Dedi Rumawan Erlandia, Kismiyati El.Karimah FIKOM UNPAD

According to Law No. 20 of 2003; Education is a conscious and deliberate effort to create an atmosphere of learning and the learning process so that learners are actively developing the potential for him to have the spiritual power of religion, self-control, personality, intelligence, character, and skills needed him, society, nation and state. Education is the most important thing in our lives, this means that every human being deserves it and will be expected to thrive in it. Education in general has meaning in the life of a process to develop themselves each individual to live and sustain life. Thus, education is essentially a form of relationship that is most essential in human life, therefore, education will remain eternal in the form of social life. School as a formal institution entrusted with the task to educate certainly have an important role on the implementation of education. School enormous role as a means of exchange of ideas among students. Teachers and students of course interrelated, for the implementation of the learning process. Likewise the learning process that takes place in refugee schools, will involve a variety of learning systems both in pedagogy, and andragogy. Based on this phenomenon the authors are interested to study how the revitalization process of education in school refugees; Cisarua Refugee Learning Center, Bogor. Research methods used is a qualitative methods, with a case study approach based on data, and triangulation source. The results showed that through the revitalization application of learning system can done are varied, either through pedagogy nor adragogi.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


75.

Developing Teaching Strategy of Discussion Group Configuration by Using STEMI (Science, Technology, Enginering, Matematik Indonesia )Problem Based Learningl Approach in Preservie student at Chemistry Study Programe
Tatang Suhery, Made Sukaryawan, Desi, Ratna Farwati


The goal of this research was to to develop teaching strategy of basic chemistry I. Reseach design was using research development using Mixed method research . this reseach was conducting by developing the new strategy which is named Discussion Group Configuration . Based on the score results was 4.52 wich is valid. From one-to-one the score was 4.48 is categories valid. And based on small group result was 4.60 is categories valid. Field test was conducting by using 79 chemistry student of Faculty of teacher training and Education . From field test study gain score is 0.64 categories . The Activity of student increase during discussion in a group discussion as well as in visting group discussion.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


76.

DEVELOPMENT OF PHYSICS TEACHING MATERIAL USING MULTI MODE VISUALIZATION TO IMPLEMENT LEVELS OF INQUIRY LEARNING MODEL WHICH ORIENTED THE STUDENTS’ ABILITY OF SCIENCE LITERACY
Dede Saepudin, Andi Suhandi, Muslim

This research aim to develope physics teaching material using multi mode visualization to implement levels of inquiry learning model which oriented the students’ ability of science literacy. The extractive aspects covers: 1) suitability of teaching material characteristic toward learning model, 2) enhancement of students’ ability of science literacy, and 3) response of students and teachers toward teaching material. The method used in this research is mix method with eksploratory desain. In addition, the teaching material development model which used is Borg and Gall technique that depelovment focus on the Temperature and Heat topic. Material revision performed three times with two field test phases. First test performed to small sample classified to experiment class and second test performed to big sample consist of one experiment class and one control class. The results showed a positive thing: 1) the experts assess that teaching material characteristic which developed is suitable with learning model, 2) the teaching material which used is able to increase the students’ ability of science literacy significantly especially to the competency about explaining fenomena scientifically and interpreting data and facts scientifically, 3) almost all students and school physics teachers who participated showed good response to the teaching material.

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


77.

INFLUENCE DISCOVERY LEARNING MODEL AND IMPLEMENTATION IN LEARNING WITH THE UNITY OF SCIENCES IN BASIC BIOLOGY COURSE TO INCREASE CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS
Nur Khasanah, Sajidan, Sutarno, Baskoro

This research purposed to investigate the effect of discovery learning model and its implementation in learning by Unity of Science in Basic Biology courses to improve students critical thinking. This metod research is a quasi-experimental with experimental design posttest only control group design. The population was all students of the first semester Biology, 2015/2016 academic year with consists of two classes. Samples were taken with a simple random sampling tecnique. The data was collected using an open essay tests and observation of critical thinking skills. Data were analyzed with descriptive analysis and MANOVA test. The results showed as follows: (1) There are differences between the general understanding of biological concepts students learn to use the model of discovery learning with students who learn to use the direct teaching model (F = 7.691; p <0.05), (2) there are differences in thinking skills critical significantly between students learning discovery learning model and its implementation in Unity of science learning with students who learn to use the direct teaching model (F = 11.011, p <0.05).

Topic: Educational Foundations (EDF)


78.

The Role of Academic Self Management in improving students academic achievement
Anissa L. Kadiyono; Hanny Hafiar

This research was based on academic performance phenomenon of the student during learning process was described by their GPA. In this regards, it was affected by capability of students to control the factors influence the learning process that called Academic Self-management. The success student is someone who able to control the factors influence their learning process. This research conduct to verify the role of academic self management in improving students academic achievement. The quantitative methodology used, with simple random technique sampling. Total samples is 105 students of Padjadjaran University. The Result showed 78% of the subject possessed high Academic Self-management. It means the majority of the subjects often used Academic Self-Management to control factors influence learning process. Strategy category that mostly used was Motivational Strategies, otherwise Learning and Study Strategies was rarely used. Meanwhile, Taking Exam dimension was mostly used, otherwise Learning form Textbook was rarely used. The final model of Academic Self-Management can be used in order to empower students to improve their academic achievement, so they have capital to move forward and build their future.

Topic: Global Issues in Education and Research (GER)


79.

PROFILE AND COMPARISON OF SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS LITERACY SKILLS OF SCIENCE STUDENTS
Chaerul Rochman, Dindin Nasrudin, Herni Yuniarti Suhendi

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) to energy and renewable energy sources is one of the key competencies that must be owned by the students of science in the era of globalization and modernization as well as in the midst of an energy crisis such as this. To ensure that the profile and increase the literacy skills of students prospective educator energy science (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) pre-experimental research is conducted. This study seeks to ensure literacy skills profiles and comparisons of renewable energy which consists of nuclear energy, geothermal and waste in science students. The method used is descriptive qualitative. Samples were students taking the basic physics kulah eye on Prodi Education Physics, Chemistry, and Biology FTK UIN Sunan Gunung Jati Bandung by using the simple technique of purposive sampling each of 20 people for a total sample of 60 students. Data STEM student literacy skills acquired through tests about the description. Conclusions of research are: (1) profiles the literacy skills of STEM theme of renewable energy which consists of nuclear energy, geothermal and garbage tend to be good for all students of physics, chemistry and bologi, (2) the difference in the literacy skills of STEM (concept, process, context and attitude ) energy among students of Physics, Biology and Chemistry, and (3) the difference in the profile category of answers renewable energy STEM literacy among students of Physical Education, Biology and Chemistry.

Topic: Global Issues in Education and Research (GER)


80.

The Location Analysis of Junior High School in West Java Coastal Zone (study of Effectiveness Scholl Location in South Sukabumi and Cianjur Regencies Coastal Zone)
Taufani C. Kurniatun, Elin Rosalin, Lily Somantri, Andie Setiyoko

The Location Analysis of Junior High School in West Java Coastal Zone (study of Effectiveness Scholl Location in South Sukabumi and Cianjur Regencies Coastal Zone)

Due to comply Minimal Education Standard in Basic Education, school analysis location is one important thing, especially in remote area (coastal, forestry or hilly zone). This study aims to determine the planning of educational facilities at Junior High School as well as the determination of location based social demand approach and Geographical Iinformation System (GIS) in the southern coastal areas of West Java province. Problems in this study in accordance with the objectives to be achieved is to be examined planning needs of educational facilities related to the needs of the school and new classrooms in the coastal area in 2025 with a social approach to demand and Geographical Iinformation System. The study is planned to be carried out over 3 years. The method used in this research is the method followed qualitative and descriptive method that the application uses the study tendencies and content analysis (document analysis). Data analysis techniques used in this study is a ratio analysis, analysis of the quality of facilities and infrastructure, and analysis of projected needs infrastructure and GIS (especially in remote sensing analysis). In this study, determination of the location and the number of schools do by identifying the location and distance students from the region of residence to the location school. School location selected is determined by using three models: Model pcenter, P-median models and models Maximal Covering with the aim to determine the performance each of the three models.

Topic: Global Issues in Education and Research (GER)


81.

Factors affecting the study completion time of Bogor Agricultural University’s graduate student and its managerial implications
Fatmasari Siregar (a)*, Dahrul Syah(b), Nahrowi(c)

The objectives of this study were to identify the factors that caused the length of study completion time of graduate students in Bogor Agricultural University, and formulate an adaptive managerial implication. Factors that may have influenced the study period of graduate students were examined and classified through the CART (Classification and Regression Trees) method, using data of graduates in 2003-2013 consisting of 5224 master and 1786 doctoral programs. Descriptive analysis method was also used to analyse the academic data related to stage of study completion. Factors that affect the doctoral program were the faculty, age and master’s GPA, while on the master program were bachelor’s GPA, faculty, profession, and the linearity of previous education. In-depth interviews also showed that student motivation was crucial to the completion time of the study. In term of management side, strengthening the administrative system that can support the study process of the students starting from registering process until graduation time is very essential. Therefore, the proposed managerial implications are improvement of admission system, improvement of evaluation of the students’ study progress, and optimization of the academic rules implementation.

Topic: Global Issues in Education and Research (GER)


82.

Early Warning System in Preventing Upper Secondary School Dropout: Lesson from Central Java Province
Andryan Setyadharma

A current widespread and deep concern is the number of students who never graduate from high school. Previous studies indicate that many students who drop out of education exhibit negative signals several months or years before they really dropped out. The aim of this study is to develop effective dropout prevention methods in Indonesia. One essential element of preventions is the detection of students with the highest risk for dropping out through early warning system (EWS). EWSs are widely used in the US to prevent dropout and has been implemented in some developing countries. However, to the best of my knowledge, such a system has not been developed in Indonesia. This study proposes to establish an EWS based on the strong indicators from significant explanatory variables that have been obtained from the Logit regressions models to predict dropouts. To develop EWS, this study conducted primary data collection in Central Java Province. 439 former upper secondary schools’ students and 878 parents/guardians participated in the survey. The results from Logit regressions show that some immutable factors, such as gender, socioeconomic status, home location and parents’ education level, are useful information for the dropout prevention programs. It is suggested that schools pay more attention to new students who have specific characteristics that have been classified as warning signs of dropout. Identifying students at risk must begin when students start their first day of upper secondary school so that schools can address the dropout problem at an early stage.

Topic: Global Issues in Education and Research (GER)


83.

PLURALISME DAN KERUKUNAN UMAT BERAGAMA (Studi Kasus Toleransi Masyarakat di Randuacir Argomulyo Salatiga)
Rasimin

Penelitian ini menggunakan pendekatan kualitatif yakni penelitian yang menghasilkan data deskriptif berupa kata-kata tertulis atau dari lisan orang-orang atau perilaku yang dapat diamati. Hasil penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa pluralisme dan anti kekerasan dalam beragama di Randuacir Argomulyo Salatiga yakni: (a) melalui upaya dialog intern dan antar umat beragama, ini membutuhkan perubahan cara pandang dan cara bertindak berkaitan dengan kehadiran berbagai budaya dan agama. Kunci untuk memahami proses dialog adalah bersandar pada kehendak untuk membuka diri pada perjumpaan secara otentik, dan pada kehendak untuk muncul secara kritis dan objektif Dialog antaragama yang berangkat dari ketidakjelasan konsep dan persepsi pada akhirnya hanya akan membuahkan forum yang saling menghujat, mengadili, dan membenarkan kelompoknya. Diterimanya pancasila sebagai dasar negara dan ideologi nasional membawa konsekuensi logis bahwa nilai-nilai Pancasila dijadikan landasan pokok, landasan bagi penyelenggaraan Negara Indonesia. Pancasila menjadi nilai-nilai yang hidup dan diimplementasikan dalam kehidupan sehari-hari. Butuh usaha keras untuk memecah kebuntuan sekaligus kesalahpahaman antar dan intra umat beragama baik di tingkat elit, lebih-lebih di level akar rumput. Diperlukan banyak institusi dan program-program yang mampu mendorong proses transformasi agama ini.

This research used the qualitative approach, i.e. the research that generates descriptive data in the form of the written word or spoken of people or behavior that can be observed. The results of this research show that pluralism and nonviolence in religious Randuacir Argomulyo Salatiga namely: (a) through the efforts of internal dialogue and interfaith religious, this requires a change of perspective and how to act with regard to the presence of different cultures and religions. The key to understanding the process of a dialogue is based on the will to open up on the encounter are authentic, and on a whim to appear were critical and objective interreligious dialogue that departs from the obscurity of the concept and perception in the end will only bore forum are blasphemous, adjudicate, and justify his group. Admissibility of pancasila as the national ideology of the State and basic carry the logical consequence that the values of Pancasila was made the principal Foundation, the Foundation for the Organization of the State of Indonesia. Five precepts became the living values and implemented in everyday life. It took a great effort to break the deadlock at once misconceptions inter and intra believers both at the level of elite, more so at the grassroots level. It takes a lot of institutions and programs that are able to push the process of the transformation of this religion.

Topic: Global Issues in Education and Research (GER)


84.

Identifying research supporting factors: What should institution provide ?
Mery Citra Sondari, Cattleya Rejito, Layyinaturrobaniyah

This paper aims to identify factors that should be provided by institution to support research activities of faculty members in order to increase research productivity in the higher education institution. Exploratory research was carried out, using focus group discussions technique. Four informants, represent life sciences, health sciences and social sciences, are involved in focus group discussion. The result of focus group discussion was analysed using thematic analysis and converted into the form of questionnaires. Survey towards 63 respondents was applied to collect data for the validity and reliability of the instruments. Result of focus group discussion revealed that there are nine factors that should be provided by institution, namely: time for conducting research; facilities and access; financial support and funding; staff assistance; conducive working environment; research productivity-based rewards; fair career system; capacity development and good research policy. However, the first factor, time is not valid according to item validation result.

Topic: Global Issues in Education and Research (GER)


85.

DEVELOPMENT MODEL OF ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION COMMUNITY NETWORK TO OVERCOME MANGROVE AND CORAL ECOSYSTEM IN KEPULAUAN SERIBU
Diana Vivanti1), Mieke Miarsyah1), Ratna Komala1), Ade Suryanda1)

Damage of mangrove forests and coral reefs is a serious problem that must be sought for solving the problem including in the area of Kepulauan Seribu. Some efforts have been made by various elements of society have not been able to cope with the destruction of mangrove forests and coral reefs. Therefore we need an integrated program between the various elements of society to work together to address the damage to mangrove ecosystems and coral reefs. This research aimed to develop a model of "Environmental Education Community Network" (EECN), which is a model of community-based network of environmental education to overcome the damage of mangrove ecosystems and coral reefs. Community which consists of students, university students, NGO conservationists, businesses and the general public integrated in the network system of cooperation globally connected (locally integrated, globally connected). In some locations at Kepulauan Seribu which suffered severe damage of mangrove ecosystems and coral reefs, will be developed into a center of conservation of mangrove ecosystems and coral reefs. An inter-island networking systems will be built through the development of cooperation between the various groups of people, so that an integrated manner to support the acceleration and expansion of the program to cope with the destruction of mangrove and coral reef ecosystems. In the beginning, this study developed 3 kinds of handbook which consists of Book 1 contains of the Kepulauan Seribu in general, Book 2 consists of Mangroves and coral reefs and book 3 represent mangrove and coral reefs of some island (Tidung Island, Harapan Island, Kelapa Island, Pari Island, Pramuka Island and Untung Jawa Island). Handbook had been developed and tested by small groups of conservationist at each of the island which is indicated that handbooks are in good criteria. This study had also developed a network of mangrove and coral reef conservationist. This network-based website will be a place for all elements of society to do a dialogue and discussion as an effort to preserve mangroves and coral reefs. Model of Educational Environment Community Network is designed with the name of http://eecn.or.id has developed into an effective network of websites that are expected to build up cooperation between the mangrove and coral reef conservationist.

Topic: Global Issues in Education and Research (GER)


86.

Teaching Integrated English to Primary Learners through Weblogs
Irma Savitri Sadikin, Dwi Anggani Linggar Bharati

Weblog has been around for a number of years and are increasingly popular to facilitate learning. It is useful in teaching and learning since it can be created without the need of any programming experience or knowledge. Although not originally intended for educational purposes, blogs are drawing attention from EFL educators. Thus, this paper is intended to provide some definitions and key features of weblog for TEFL. The second is presented the use of weblog in teaching and learning for TEFL. In conclusion weblog provides authentic and flexible learning environments, thus, it engages learners in learning English and enhance comprehending the course materials.

Topic: Global Issues in Education and Research (GER)


87.

Education Development Disparity: an Analysis in Fiscal Capacity & Educational Funding Perspective
Toni Heryana

This study aimed to analyze the achievement of educational development index in light of fiscal capacity and the allocation of education spending is done each area of West Java Province. Analysis techniques used in the form of panel data regression analysis on the governments of the provinces, districts and cities in West Java in the period 2009 – 2015. The results showed fiscal capacity gap among regional becomes a factor that caused the area has not been fully able to financing of education, so the impact on the low educational attainment of development seen from the indicators APS (Angka Partisipasi Sekolah/school enrollment) and AMH (Angka Melek Huruf/literacy rate), and RLS (Rata – rata Lama Sekolah/school period). The study recommends the need for increased fiscal capacity and the restructuring of the pattern of the educational budget in West Java, both at the provincial and district and city.

Topic: Global Issues in Education and Research (GER)


88.

THE AWARENESS OF RISK PREVENTION AMONG URBAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
Ridwan Effendi

Risk awareness often takes place as a result of a damaging incident or event. Obviously, it can be considered as an insidious habit. Whereas, risk inciting events can be avoided, reduced and managed if we have the awareness beforehand. In other words, to avoid, reduce, and manage are the key points in the risk awareness. Improvement on the risk prevention awareness for children of elementary school's age group is becoming more necessary and strategic because they are going to face a massive technology advancement with its negative effects. The objective of the paper is to inform the results from a research project about: students' awareness level of risk prevention. The results of the study point out outcomes; the level of risk prevention awareness was at "apathy" level

Topic: Global Issues in Education and Research (GER)


89.

Women Power : The Change Paradigm of Women trough Technology Information
Siti Komariah, Siti Nurbayani, Puspita Wulandari

Production activities are dominated by men, but now widely involve by women. This is particularly clear in Indonesian Migrant Workers in Hong Kong, which we know as the hero of foreign exchange. Female workers hold roll as the backbone of her family at hometown and they now easily control the production system of her family through information technology such as smartphone, the availability of application that supporting the payment needs of families like PayTren, as well as the fullest ability to utilize technology likely a shield for women in production activities. But the sophistication of information technology itself also encourages relationships among female workers. Finally, some of them became intense in same-sex relationships. With a qualitative approach through observation and in-depth interviews, this study will answer the question about “Is it Women Still a Property?”

Topic: Global Issues in Education and Research (GER)


90.

A Street Children Dilemma: Between a Student and a Breadwinner
*T. Tsuroyya(1), D. Damajanti Kusuma(2)

The study investigated psychosocial factors of street children in opting either for study or work. Descriptive qualitative was adopted for the study to describe the process of determining to stay in one or to survive both environments including initial motives, internal conflicts, justifications, and final decisions. Data were collected from in-depth structured interviews using purposive samplings. Results showed that inadequacy of financial support, poor family planning, child economic value, lack of role models, and incapability of upbringing of children played a vital role in the process of making the call. Efforts to overcome this persisting phenomenon of street children in Indonesia may be worthwhile examined in the future. For policymakers in particular, this study serves as the basis to formulate strategic policies that aim at street children betterment. At the grassroot level, fully understanding the phenomenon of street children helps design various activities to keep them away from street and provide compulsory education.

Topic: Global Issues in Education and Research (GER)


91.

THREAT OF EXCTINCTION TO BALI TRADITIONAL MEDICINE PLANT LEXICAL ICONS
I WAYAN RASNA

This study was aimed at finding out 1) Balinese adolescents’ knowledge ; 2) Balinese adults’ knowledge and Balinese parents’ knowledge about Bali traditional medical plant (TMP) lexical icons; and the domains of TMP use. The study was conducted in the of Bali involving 8 regions and 1 municipality with a sample consisting of adolescents ( 135), adults ( 135), and old people (135). The sample was selected using stratified random sampling. The data on the knowledge about lexical icons were collected with a lexical competency test and an interview, while the data about the domains of use were collected by interview and observation which was recorded and documentation. The data were processed descriptively.. The result showed that TMP lexical knowledge for the adolescent falls into a low (poor) category (41% know TMP; for the adults, 62% know the meaning of TMP, thus their knowlege falls into a medium category, but in the lower limit. While for the old informants their knowledge , 80% know TMP, which means that the old people knowledge falls into a good category. From the point of view of the domains of use, the TMP terms are mostly used when going to dukun (traditional healers). Thus the knowledge of the adolescents and adults about TMP has to be improved although the old people’s lexical competency is good. It is suggested that there is a need for a synergy among related parties such as language teachers, language center , adat , parisada , department of forestry and plantation to preserve TMP lexical icons from extinction .

Topic: Global Issues in Education and Research (GER)


92.

Global Education with the Inclusion of Gender Issues in Contemporary Indonesia
Erni Haryanti, Ph.D.

This study is aimed to build a framework of the inclusion of gender issues in Indonesian education system. Grounded from the ideas of global education, gender issues, framing by gender justice and equality, males and females as human beings and members of societies can reach their fullest potentials and interests. Through understanding the existing realities of the globalizing world, education should have been applied as a positive force to promote understanding, tolerance and friendship among all nations around the World. Using a qualitative-case study-research through which questionnaire and semi-structure interviews are gathered from selected university lecturers and high schools teachers, this study finds an Islamic moderate distinctive frame of educational gender justice and equality resulted from respondents’ perspectives on female’s access and opportunity, to equal treatment and curriculum in education, as well as their views on gender sensitive educational environments, processes, and outcomes.

Topic: Global Issues in Education and Research (GER)


93.

Liability for educational negligence in Malaysia: Lessons learned from the US, UK and Australia.
Puteri Nur Nabila bt Megat Ahmad Kamaluddin (a*), Wirdati bt Mohd Radzi (b), Megat Ahmad Kamaluddin bin Megat Daud (c)

For many decades, educational institutions have been plagued with issues related to educational negligence. There are many instances which give rise to sue teachers, schools and colleges for educational negligence such as acts or omissions which resulted student to suffer injury as a result of failure to adequately supervise students or failure to ensure the safety of school equipments. Besides, teachers and schools are also exposed to legal actions brought by students on the ground of educational malpractice. The aim of this paper is to examine legal framework protecting students from educational negligence in Malaysia with special reference to the existing laws in the US, UK and Australia. This research employs doctrinal legal research. It is regarded as a qualitative method. The data was collected from primary and secondary sources. The primary sources includes the authoritative statement of laws such as legislations and case law whereas the secondary sources includes reference books, academic journals and others. The findings show that the judicial trends in these countries are really concern with the safety of the students. However, the courts are reluctant to recognize educational malpractice as a cause of action due to public policy.

Topic: Global Issues in Education and Research (GER)


94.

Liability for educational negligence in Malaysia: Lessons learned from the US, UK and Australia.
Puteri Nur Nabila bt Megat Ahmad Kamaluddin (a*), Wirdati bt Mohd Radzi (b), Megat Ahmad Kamaluddin bin Megat Daud (c)

For many decades, educational institutions have been plagued with issues related to educational negligence. There are many instances which give rise to sue teachers, schools and colleges for educational negligence such as acts or omissions which resulted student to suffer injury as a result of failure to adequately supervise students or failure to ensure the safety of school equipments. Besides, teachers and schools also facing legal actions brought by students on the ground of educational malpractice. The aim of this paper is to examine legal framework protecting students from educational negligence in Malaysia with special reference to the existing laws in the US, UK and Australia. This research employs doctrinal legal research. It is regarded as a qualitative method. The data was collected from primary and secondary sources. The primary sources includes the authoritative statement of laws such as legislation and case law whereas the secondary sources includes reference books, academic journals and others. The findings show that the judicial trends in these countries are really concerns with the safety of the students. However, the courts are reluctant to recognize educational malpractice as a cause of action due to public policy.

Topic: Global Issues in Education and Research (GER)


95.

Indonesian Government Policy in the Termination of Indonesia-Netherlands Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT) From the Perspective of National and International law
Jelly Leviza

This study focuses on the problems of Indonesia-Netherlands BIT termination unilaterally by the Government of Indonesia in the perspective of national and international law. Furthermore, it also examined definite forms of measures taken by the Government of Indonesia regarding several BIT in force until now. The purpose of this study was to determine whether the unilateral termination of BIT justified or not under international law. Then to determine the national legal basis to the Government of Indonesia. As well as to determine the policies of the Government of Indonesia to all BIT valid. Based on the survey results revealed that the termination Indonesia-Netherlands BIT unilaterally by the Government of Indonesia based on Law No. 24 year 2000 on “International Agreements” and Law No. 7 year 2014 on “Trade”, on the grounds of national interest considerations. Meanwhile, in the perspective of international law, it is a violation of the principle of pacta sunt servanda and the principle of good faith and also in violation of Article 27 of the Vienna Convention 1969. However, when referring to the provisions of the Indonesia-Netherlands BIT itself, it is known that the unilateral termination was not considered a violation because the Indonesian government has to first notify one year earlier. Indonesian Government made three kinds of policies towards BIT: reviewing existing international investment agreements, to reassess the existing BIT and develop new models.

Topic: Global Issues in Education and Research (GER)


96.

Legal Policy of the Government of Indonesia for the Protection of Daily Workers’ Rights
Jelly Leviza, T.Keizerina Devi

Legal protection against daily worker is very urgent today given the increasing number of them. Governments have an obligation to ensure the protection of the rights of them. This study discusses two things: First, take inventory of labor rights according to the constitution and rules of normative and the implementation for daily workers. Secondly, the substance of the governments policy to accommodate the protection of the rights of daily workers based on the Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration Republic of Indonesia Number: Kep.100 / Men / VI / 2004 on Provisions on the Implementation of Certain Time Employment Agreement. The purpose of this study was to determine the protection of the constitutional and normative rights for daily workers. Next to determine the legal policy of the Indonesian government in providing protection to daily workers through Ministerial Decree No. 100/2004. Normative methods used to analyze the legal norms applicable in Indonesia governing the protection of daily workers. Based on this method will be known portion of the protection of the rights of daily workers. Based on the results of this research is that the rights of daily workers still do not fulfill the rights of workers constitutive and normatively. Government policy in the protection of daily workers was still not enough to provide legal certainty, usefulness and fairness for workers. The governments policy regarding the rights of daily workers still need to be improved in order to more accommodate the rights of daily workers.

Topic: Global Issues in Education and Research (GER)


97.

Globalization in the Framework of the ASEAN Community 2015 and its Relevance to the Education Law on Higher Education
Jelly Leviza

The focus of this study is to analyze globalization in ASEAN within the framework of the ASEAN Community by 2015. Then analyzed the relevance of ASEAN Community in 2015 with a legal education at the college. The purpose of this study was to describe the importance of understanding the ASEAN Community for law students. Furthermore, this study aims to describe the things that need to be prepared in a legal education at Indonesian universities related to the entry into force of the ASEAN Community in 2015. he method used is to analyze the normative legal norms applicable laws relating to the ASEAN Community. Based on the survey results revealed that the globalization in ASEAN was implemented by ASEAN Community 2015. Globalization in ASEAN shaped in the form of cooperation and influence among the ten ASEAN member countries in the fields of political security, economic and socio-cultural. SEAN Community is very relevant to the legal education at the college since many ASEAN Community agreement made within the framework of the law. Besides the inflow of goods, services, capital, investment and employment are increasingly free within the framework of the ASEAN Community is expected to cause a lot of legal issues. Recently, the field of law can not be separated into areas of ASEAN cooperation. The implication of the above requires the inclusion of the material of the ASEAN Community in the curriculum of legal education in law school.

Topic: Global Issues in Education and Research (GER)


98.

ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION CLIMATE AND SCHOOL ACHIEVEMENT IN SMA NEGERI 3 KLATEN
Dr. Sutopo MS.

Organizational communication climate which exist in the organizational environment of SMA Negeri 3 Klaten is an influentially important factor for the creation of school achievement, because within it, there are communication relationships between the leaders and the subordinates, communication between the subordinates and the leaders, and communication among co-workers. However, through the presence of the condition of a good organizational communication climate in SMA Negeri 3 Klaten, will it also be able to result in a high achievement?
The purposes of this study which was conducted in SMA Negeri 3 Klaten are to know whether there is correlation between the organizational communication climate and the school achievement in the organizational environment of SMA Negeri 3 Klaten and to know kinds of obstacle and motivation which create the school achievement in SMA Negeri 3 Klaten.

Topic: Global Issues in Education and Research (GER)


99.

DEVELOPMENT OF CREATIVE LEARNING MODEL BASED ON PROJECT-BASED LEARNING AND BLANDED LEARNING FOR PGSD COLLEGE STUDENTS
Wahyudi, Adi Winanto

This research aims to develop creative learning model based on project-based learning and blended learning for increasing the creativity of PGSD (Primary School Teacher Education) college students in designing lesson plan, validating and testing the effectiveness of model developed. This research was conducted due to the increasing needs in the 21st century expecting that human should have three skills such as: 1) life and career skills, 2) learning and innovation skills, and 3) information, media and technology skills. The method used in this research was R&D (Research and Development) with ASSURE development model consisting six stages, 1) analyze learners; 2) state objectives; 3) select method, media, and materials; 4) utilize media and materials; 5) require learner participation; and 6) evaluate and revise. Product validation was done through expert appraisal by using expert validation sheet. Product effectiveness was seen by implementing limited development testing to a particular class with one group pretest-posttest design and the result was analyzed by using Paired-Samples T-Test. The result of this research was in a form of creative learning model based on project-based learning and blended learning to increase the creativity of PGSD college students in designing lesson plan. Validity of the learning model was proven by the result of expert appraisal in learning (face-to-face and online), material and instructional media. Effectiveness of the learning model was also proven based on Paired-Samples T-Test of students’ pretest and posttest.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


100.

PROFILE OF USING PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT TO EXPLORE PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS BASED ON STUDENT’S COGNITIVE STYLE DIMENSION IN BASIC PHYSIC COURSE
Rahmawati (a*), Nuryani Rustaman (b), Ida Hamidah (c), Dadi Rusdiana (d)

Assessment is one strategy that can be taken in exploring the thought processes of problem solving. In this case, performance assessment of process and product necessary to obtain a number of information related to the process of students’ problem-solving thinking who has not been explored through achievement test (test of learning achievement). Problem solving skills are influenced by the dimensions of cognitive style, which in this case is the dimension of cognitive style Field Dependence (FD) and Field Independence (FI). Based on the results of field study on a basic physics course 1 showed that first, 83.33% students of physics has dimension of cognitive style FD. Second, the assessment of student learning outcomes is only based on the test results the final exam in the form of paper and pencil test with items in the form of multiple choice unprovoked and accumulated value practicum, while the quality of assessment during learning process and product performance assessment for students’ problem-solving has not been implemented. In order to the use of learning assessment in tapping students’ problem solving skills can be accomplished in accordance with the conditions of the lecture Physics. It would require some modifications related to the assessment process and product performance. In this case, the problem-solving approach to the performance assessment is expected to be able to handle it.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


101.

INCREASED PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS THROUGH A DIAGNOSTIC TEST SOCIAL STUDIES
Naniek Sulistya Wardani

INCREASED PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS THROUGH A DIAGNOSTIC TEST SOCIAL STUDIES

Naniek Sulistya Wardani
Study Program Elementary School Teacher Education
Faculty of Teacher Training and Education
Satya Wacana Christian University
Salatiga Indonesia
Email: wardani.naniek@gmail.com
ABSTRACT

This study aims 1) to increase students understanding of the concept of social studies trough diagnostic test; 2) to increase students competence of the reading substansi the concepts of social studies trough diagnostic test; 3) to reduce misconceptions social studies trough diagnostic test.
This research is clasroom action research (CAR). This study uses a model from Stephen Kemmis and Robin Mc.Taggart. Research procedure use minimum two cycle. This procedure research consists of three stages, is plan, act and observe, and reflect. Data collection technique use a test technique. The subjects research is Students Study Program Elementary School Teacher Education in Salatiga, Central Java, Indonesia. Data analysis tecnique used comparative competence social study pre-cycle; cycle 1 and cycle 2
The research result showed that: 1) there is an increased understanding of the concept of IPS through diagnostic tests; 2) there is an increasing competence of reading material IPS through diagnostic testing; 3) there IPS concept right through diagnostic testing; proven, demonstrated by a comparison of mean scores diagnostic tests pre-cycle; cycle 1 and cycle 2 is 60:75: 85. Conclusion the research is there is increasing professional competence of primary school teacher education students through a diagnostic test social studies.
The implication of this research is to improve the competence of primary school teacher education students and to reduce misconceptions social studies, so that when the student has passed, can become professional teachers.

Keywords: Diagnostic tests, measurement, concepts social studies.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


102.

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF LOCAL CULTURE-BASED PHYSICS MODEL OF TEACHING IN DEVELOPING CREATIVE THINKING SKILLS AND NATURE OF SCIENCE (NOS) IN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL (SMA)
I Wayan Suastra

Education has a twin function, on the one hand aims at developing the potential of self-learners and on the other hand act to preserve their cultural values. To achieve these objectives, the role of education and learning are very important. The purpose of this study was to develop students creative thinking skills and understanding of NOS. Quasi-experimental study design with posttest only control group design was conducted 72 students in class X MIPA.1 and X MIPA.2 Sekolah Menegah Atas Negeri 3 Singaraja Bali. Data students creative thinking skills is measured by free content of creativity test and the NOS students were measured by questionnaire. Data were analyzed using Manova with a significance level of 5%. Based on the results of data analysis, it can be concluded that the culture-based physics model of teaching more effectively than conventional (regulary) model of teaching in developing creative thinking skills and the understanding of NOS students.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


103.

The Effect of Implementation of Cooperative Learning Model Group Investigation (GI) and Model Problem Based Learning (PBL ) on Students’ Creative Thinking Abilities (Experimental Study on Students class XI IPS at Economics’ Lesson in SMAN 2 Kuningan).
Yeyen Suryani and Lilis Rismayanti

The problem in this research is the low of Students’ Creative Thinking Abilities. It is indicated by the lack of students’ ability to solve the problems that requires the capabilities, processes, attitudes in creating something new, giving an idea, creating a solution. And also most of the students to solve problems based on what has been said by the teacher and what is on the books.
This study aimed to describe: 1) there are differences between the students’ ability to think creatively in the final measurement (post- test) and the experimental class using learning model of Group Investigation (GI) with a control class that using model of Problem Based Learning (PBL). 2) there are the differences in increasing ( gain) the students’ ability of creative thinking between class experiments using model of Investigation Group ( GI ) with a control class that using model of Problem Based Learning ( PBL ).
The method used Non-equivalent control group (comparison group/pretest-posttest) design. The number of subject are 60 students, 30 students in experimental class, and 30 students in control class.
Based on the results of processing and analysis, the results shows: First, there is no difference the creative thinking ability of students in the pretest and it is proved by tcount= -0,14 The suggestions of this research is the teacher should uses GI and PBL models to develop Students’ Creative Thinking Abilities , especially in International trade material. And, the teacher should prepare carefully at first, so that it is suitable with the times allocation. And also, the use of Group Investigation (GI) models must be supported by the completeness and readiness of the various learning sources which students needed.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


104.

Enhancement of Junior Secondary School Students’ Scientific Literacy: The role of STEM Based Science Learning
Harry Firman, Anna Permanasari, Riandi, Jaka Afriana, and Ismail

Relatively low of students’ level of scientific literacy has been a crucial issue in Indonesia as indicated in PISA study results. To cope with this issue, science classroom learning needs to be innovated in order to provide learning opportunities for students to enhance their scientific literacy. This study developed and validated a STEM-based project based learning (STEM-PjBL) on air pollution topic and a STEM-based virtual lab on water pollution through the 4D method (define, design, develop, and disseminate) as well as examined their effectiveness in enhancing Junior Secondary School (JSS) students’ scientific literacy. A multiple choice test was developed in this study to assess student scientific literacy covering knowledge and process domain of scientific literacy, while an attitude scale was developed to assess attitude domain of scientific literacy. The implementation of STEM-PjBL on air pollution topic involved 85 grade seven students resulted significantly higher level of N-gain of students’ knowledge and process domain (t = 2.87; p = 0.03) as well as attitude domain (t = 4,23; p = 0.00) of scientific literacy when compared to the use of contextual teaching learning approach on the same topic. While, the use of virtual lab in teaching water pollution for 59 grade seven students significantly improved their knowledge and process domain (t = 3.28; p = 0.02) as well as their attitude domain (t = 2.83; p = 0.03) of scientific literacy.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


105.

Consistency argued students of Fluida
Viyanti(a), Cari(b), Suparmi(b), Winarti(a), Indah Slamet Budiarti(a), Jeffry Handika(a), Fatma Widyastuti(a)

Consistency argued students in understanding the concept of physics can be used as benchmark for understanding to see an equality of physics problem presented in various ways. The study aims to assess the consistency argued students on fluid. The study population was a physics students at IKIP PGRI Madiun, UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta and Lampung University. The sample collection technique using cluster random sampling, 145 samples obtained by the number of students. Research using descriptive methods. Data obtained through multiple-choice test reasoned and interview. The fluid problems modified of Loveredu et.al (2005) and Abadin et.al (2013). The results obtained by the average of consistency to argue for the right consistency, the wrong consistency, and the inconsistency respectively 4,85%; 29,93%; and 65,23%. Data from the study have an impact on the lack of understanding of fluid, ideally in full consistency argued affect the expansion of understanding of the concept. The result of the study as a reference in making improvements in future studies in order to obtain a positive change in the consistency of arguments.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


106.

THE LEARNING MODEL OF JIHAD CONCEPT FOR STUDENTS OF UNIVERSITAS PENDIDIKAN INDONESIA
Aceng Kosasih and Mokh. Iman Firmansyah

This article reports the first stage research out of the three planned stages. In the first stage, the researchers focused on the perceptions of students who are religious activists in the campus of Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (Indonesia University of Education/UPI) of the concept of jihad. This research is based on the consideration that many ideas on jihad put forward by the students who are religious activists lately tend to be exclusive, extreme, and radical. It employed a descriptive method with qualitative approach. Data were collected through observation, interview, and documentation of six student religious activity units at UPI, namely UPTQ, BAQI, AL-QOLAM, UKDM, KALAM, and SCIEMICS with a total of 88 respondents. The findings show that: (1) In several aspects, the perceptions of students who are religious activists at UPI are already correct and categorized as moderate. The aspects meant are definition of jihad (95.45%); the law of jihad (95.45%); classification of great and small jihad (76.14% and 86.36%, respectively); jihad with knowledge (89.77%); and disagreement with ISIS movement (97.73%), Imam Samudra and colleagues (88.64%), and Gafatar (96.59%); (2) In several other aspects, jihad is perceived falsely and conservatively. The mistakes are found in the meaning of kafir (56.82%) whose blood and wealth are halal (25%), jihad with wars is the greater jihad (59.09%), negative perception of Western countries (56.82%) and IMF (39.77%) who should take responsibility for the chaos in Muslim countries, and disagreement with the implementation of khilafah system in Indonesia (46.59%) and classification of the movements as part of jihad (79.55%). The findings of this research are required to make the basis for an appropriate learning model of jihad concept for UPI’s students, so that students’ false perceptions of several aspects of jihad which are potential to be conservative, exclusive, extreme, and radical, can be overcome.


Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


107.

The Effect of Think-Pair-Share on Students Communication Skill and Conceptual Mastery in Learning Lights and Optics
Intan Mar Atus Sholihah (a*), Selly Feranie (b), Nanang Winarno, M.Pd (a)

The aim of this research is to identify the effects of Think-Pair-Share (TPS) strategy on students‟ communication skill and conceptual mastery in learning lights and optics. The method used in this research was weak experiment research and the design was one-group pretest-posttest. The population was 8th grade students in a Junior High School in Bandung. The sample of research was 25 students. The sampling technique used was purposive sampling. The results of this research are: (1) there was an enhancement of students‟ conceptual mastery that the students got average normalized gain of 0.48, the number of students which passed the minimum standard score increase to 44%, the number of ones who get misconception decrease, and ones who understand increase; (2) the result of students communication skill score showed that 68% of the students can give appropriate content with some important concepts included in the poster and 84% of them used few images which quite appropriate with the concepts written in the poster. Recommendation for next research is Think-Pair-Share can be tried to be applied on the other topics in science teaching learning for example solar system, global warming, addictive and additive substance.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


108.

Analysis of Statistical Reasoning Abilities of College Students in Introductory Statistics.
Laila Hayati

Students can usually be counted truly a concept, but difficulties explaining the meaning and why a concept used. One of the reforms carried out in the statistical learning is stressing the importance of statistical reasoning abilities. This study aimed to analyze the difficulties of students in the Introductory Statistics course of the answers given. Instrument of this study is the description consists of nine questions. Research instrument is also equipped with observation, and interviews. Indicators of statistical reasoning skills are divided into the ability to describe the data, reducing and organizing the data, representing data, and analyze and interpret data. Research subjects are students of the University of Mataram which consists of two classes (the experimental class and control class) are 51 students.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


109.

Development Of The Level Understanding Students Through Scientific Approach To The Study Of Economic
Deri Heryanto1, Yuselvie Emilia 2, Mulyati 3

Abstract - The problem of the low of level understanding, on the specific term the problem is students thought that economy is a boring subject, student understanding to economy concepts is in low level. The writer used a Scientific approach to the research that conducted in SMA Negeri 3 Cirebon. Learning proccess that usually in one way change to force the students to think, act, and work as a science through scientific. The general applying of this approach started with observing, asking, ting, nalyzing, andconclusing through inquiry and discovery model that aims to improve the understanding of students. This research was obtained through classroom action research activities over the last three siclus, starting from siclus I, siclus II to siclus III. The result of the first siclus up to the third siclus almost all aspect is raising. The mean of the class increased from 67,74 % in the first siclus to 81, 61 % in the third siclus. For the bigest score is 97 in the first siclus got by 2 students increase to 100 as a bigest score got by 4 students in the third siclus. The standard score increase from 11 students (28%) in the first siclus to 28 students (78%) in the third siclus.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


110.

CONSRUCTIVISM AND BEHAVIORISM IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS TEACHING AND LEARNING
Slamet Arifin

Starting from the reality on the field, where constructivism becomes extremely superior in teaching and learning implementation. This article aims to explain from a different angle, where the learning process can’t be separated from the idea of behaviorism in mathematics teaching and learning. Therefore, the discussion in this article focuses on the implementation of the idea from constructivism and behaviorism in mathematics teaching and learning activities. Undeniable that constructivism gives the idea that plays an important role in the implementation of teaching and learning. However, undeniable that constructivism has no weaknesses. Therefore, behaviorism as an old idea with all the criticism has positive aspects that are best to applied in teaching and learning to support the idea of constructivism. This idea is expected to develop all aspects of the development of the student as human beings. At the end of the discussion, the conclusion of this article is that in teaching and learning mathematics in elementary school we can’t just hold the idea of constructivism, but behaviorism also plays an important role in the elementary schools mathematics teaching and learning process.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


111.

HYPNOTEACHING AND IMPROVE STUDENT LEARNING MOTIVATION (On the Subject Education Citizenship / Civic Education About Life Pillars in Class I MIS-Nuroniyah An Gunungputri Bogor Lesson year 2015/2016)
Fauzan and Lina Indriastuti

hypnoteaching methods in an effort to increase learning motivation Civic Education has implications quite large. Collecting data in this study conducted by the method of observation and questionnaires. The results showed that utilize methods hypnoteaching on learning civics can increase students motivation. Overall the learning process using the method hypnoteaching the second cycle goes well. Deficiencies occurring in the first cycle can be minimized in the second cycle. In addition to the enthusiasm of the students in the learning process increases, students motivation seemed to increase quite rapidly, it can be seen from the average value of student motivation in the first cycle of 80.38 from the number of students who have the motivation to learn a very high 68.87% or 20 students, from the previous 13.79%. While on the second cycle students motivation that has a value of 80 for 83.45%. The motivation of students in the second cycle has increased from first cycle. increased motivation to learn civics on the second cycle can be said to be very good, because 24 students have achieved a very high motivation to learn. This very high score obtained from the questionnaire to students and from the observation of increased motivation of the observations of researchers.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


112.

Investigation of Problems Faced by Pre-service Science Teacher Education in Integrated Science Subject : An exploratory study
Nanang winarno (a,b*), Ari Widodo (c), Dadi Rusdiana(d), Diana Rochintaniawati(b)

The aim of this study is to describe the problems faced by pre-service science teacher education in integrated science subject. This is a descriptive research and, the data collection techniques used are questionnaire, written test and interview. The results of this study were : (1) The mastery of concepts of pre-service teachers in integrated and combine science subject is still low; (2) 82.31% of prospective science teachers have difficulty in determining themes/topics that will be used in developing integrated science learning tools (3 ) 87,12% of pre-service teachers have difficulty in integrating various disciplines, such as physics, chemistry and biology into a learning device (4) Pre-service teachers have difficulty in getting references about integrated science teaching materials which are specifically used for prospective science teachers. (5) Pre-service have difficulty in teaching integrated science. Based on the results, this research suggests the development of teaching materials for pre-service teachers in order to improve mastery of concepts and capabilities in developing integrated science learning tools.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


113.

The Relationship Between Metacognitive Skills and Students’ Achievement through Problem Based Learning
Nina Afria Damayanti, Burhanudin Milama, Dewi Murniati

The aims of this study are to reveal (1) the influence of problem based learning beyond students’ metacognitive skills, (2) the influence of problem based learning on students’ achievement, and (3) the relationship between metacognitive skills with students’ achievement according to gender through problem based learning. Students’ metacognitive skills was measured with Metacognitive Activity Inventory (MCA-I) that was developed by Cooper and Urena (2008) while chemistry achievement test was undertaken to measure students’ academic performance. Research in quantitative method was adopted includes 76 senior high school students. t-test and Pearson Correlation Coefficient were used for data analysis. As a result of analyzing the data, it has been concluded that problem based learning contributes positively both in the development of students’ metacognitive skills and the improvement of students’ academic performance. Furthermore, significant correlation at the level 0,01 was exposured in the relationship between metacognitive skills with students’ achievement. According to gender, posttest scores both MCA-I and chemistry achievement test of females is higher than males.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


114.

THE USE OF 6 THINKING HATS METHOD FOR STUDENTS OF TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION STUDY PROGRAM IN INDONESIAN LANGUAGE SUBJECT IN UKSW
Eunice W. Setyaningtyas

This quasi experimental research is based on the need to bring up the thinking level for college students which is unbargainable during classes and discussions. The ideal is set on the high- order thinking of Bloom’s taxonomy on cognitive part. For student teachers in elementary school, high-order thinking ability is a must that helps them being critical and sensitive toward the children and language learning environment topic, so that it would not only present richer analysis and train their language skill, but also result the proper and effective learning for every children according to their characters and needs. By applying the ‘6 Thinking Hats’ method, student teachers are challenged to think and reflect more deeply on their arguments and try to explain it clearly to their audience. Some techniques were also used during the discussions, such as rolling the hats colors, extracting keywords from the topic, and written debates. These variations let the student teachers to enjoy the cooperative learning. The data was gathered from 150 students in 5 classes that applied the ‘6 Thinking Hats’ method during discussion after a presentation about language learning methods. Questionnaires were given for data collection for pre-test and post-test, then analized using the descriptive analysis. The ‘6 Thinking Hats’ method bring students’ analysis and evaluation toward richer and more reflective discussion. Stronger feedback to the formal language use, as expected in one of their required competencies, is forced by the students themselves, and dynamically used by the instructor to exemplify the communicative learning.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


115.

Measuring Creative Thinking skills in Chemistry: Development and Validation of a Creative Thinking Skills Test in Project-Based Learning Laboratory Apparatus Modification
Chansyanah Diawati(1), Liliasari(2), Agus Setiabudi(2), Buchari(3)

Creative thinking skills are major goal of science education. However, sufficient emphasis has not been given to the measurement of creative thinking skills in a particular science domain such as chemistry. This study reports on the development and validation of an assessment test designed to measure creative thinking skills of pre-service chemistry teacher students in project-based learning lab apparatus modification. The test form is essay, and arranged based on creative thinking skill indicators Torrance’s Framework (fluency, flexibility, originality, elaboration). A Preliminary draft of test consulted to three experts based on learning objectives. Then, the test validated by three experts in the field of chemical education. Improvement were made afterward and test was administered to third year students in Program Studi Pendidikan Kimia (N = 35). The results showed that the internal consistency (Cronbach α = 0.899) of the test is good. It indicates that the test can be used to measure the acquisition of creative thinking skills of students. This results also as a good foundation for future empirical research that assessment focuses on the integration of creative thinking skills in a particular subject matter instruction.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


116.

Perception Of School Physics Learning Model to Improve Critical Thinking Skills of Prospective Physics Teacher: Trial Limited Learning Model
Nurliana Marpaung (1), Liliasari (2), Agus Setiawan (2)

The purpose of this study was to elicit a response students teachers of physics, lecturer of the course in response to the learning model was developed, its implementation, and the impact of learning on the students critical thinking skills. The study was conducted at one of LPTK in North Sumatra involving student who follow school physics course and lecturers of course. The learning model developed by argumentation multiple-representation-based. The learning is done in two meetings. The study used descriptive method with one group pretest-posttest. Research instrument was a questionnaire to elicit the responses of students and lecturers, and test of critical thinking skills-based multiple representations, that have been validated. The results showed that the critical thinking skills of student teachers of physics evolve with moderate category. Student response to the learning model is very positive. Responses lecturers of the course on learning model that was developed and the implementation of the model is also very positive. Thus the development of the school physics learning model with multiple argumentation based representation to improve critical thinking skills have been worthy to implement in further studies on a wide scale.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


117.

Guided Inquiry Learning Method of Kinetic Gas Theory in Islamic Senior High School
Dwi Nanto1, Ridhwan Dery Iradat1, and Yanuar Anas B2

Kinetic gas theory, one of abstract lessons in Physics, is hard to understand by students. Physics teacher also think it is hard to deliver kinetic gas theory content of knowledge. It makes harder for both Physics teacher and students whenever the class is crowd. These problems are found in class XI of Senior High School of Madrasah Aliyah Pembangunan Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University, Jakarta. It is a private school for developing method and policy of education under Faculty of Tarbiya and Teacher Education of Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University, Jakarta.

To solve the problems, we purpose Guided Inquiry Learning Method which is observed by means of class action research. We found that in first round cycle to second round cycle of observation shows increasing of student activity learning. There was an increase indicator from 80% activity of learning to 100% activity learning. This study of Guided Inquiry Learning Method by means of class action research showed an improvement in the learning process of abstract lesson in Physics so that the students become more active and self motivated. Moreover, student achievement result also shows a significant improvement. Therefore, it is important to report this work in detail description.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


118.

Improving Scientific Argumentation : Opportunities and Barriers Analysis in Inquiry based Reading
Riezky Maya Probosari, Sajidan, Suranto, Baskoro Adi Prayitno, Murni Ramli, Suciati

The purposes of this study were to explore and analyse student’s understandings about scientific argumentation and how they framing it through inquiry based reading. The inquiry based reading is a comprehensive approach in which students working for an extended period of time that integrated several ways of inquiry and reading activity systematically to investigate a problem and practice making scientific arguments. This action research was conducted in science classroom of a state university. The lecturer have implemented an inquiry based on reading model for the purpose of providing students with more opportunities to develop arguments. The students, who were at the 4rd semester were purposely selected. To investigate the opportunities and barriers in implementing inquiry based on reading, some structured interviews, assessment and observation were developed. The results indicate that students learning motivation factors as personal variable considered as influential for reading succesful. In students evaluation of inquiry activity, participating students showed less ability in framing argumentation as a way of scientific communication. Reading comprehension, limited scientific knowledge and lack of reasoning skills were considered as barriers for implementing inquiry based on reading in the class.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


119.

Critical Thinking Skills Profile of High School Students in Chemistry Learning
Budi Utami, Sulistyo Saputro, Ashadi, Mohammad Masykuri, Sri Widoretno

Critical thinking skills remain at the forefront of educational discussions. Critical thinking skills refer to the abilities to analyze, synthesize, evaluate, inference and reflections, enable individuals to make reasoned judgments not only in the classroom but in everyday life (Beaumont, 2010; Halpern, 2001). This study aims to determine the critical thinking skills of high school students in learning chemistry. This study uses the exploratory method. The instruments were the questions that were developed with indicators of critical thinking skills. The research population are the 10th, 11th, 12th grade students of senior high schools in Surakarta. The sample uses cluster random sampling technique. This result shows that students’ critical thinking skills in the 10th, 11th, 12th grade students of high schools have adequate critical thinking skills.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


120.

Strengthening Mathematical Disposition Through Problem Based Learning in Primary Schools
Riandi Marisa, Ety Mukhlesi Yeni

Mathematical disposition is encouragement, awareness, or strong tendency for a review study mathematics well as positive behavior hearts facing the problem mathematically. Disposition mathematically includes aspects confidence, persistence or perseverance, flexibility and openness thinking, interest and curiosity, and a tendency to monitor the review process alone thinking and boarding costs. Disposition mathematical with students teaching students the hearts challenging process, such as problem based learning. Problems based learning hearts stages appears obvious that learning starts by their problems, then students deepen their knowledge about what has to know and what they need to know to review solve the problem.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


121.

Spatial Thinking in Framing Based Plant Anatomy and It Relation to Logical Thinking
Ermayanti (a*), Nuryani Y. Rustaman (b), Adi Rahmat (b)

A study about the spatial framing in plant anatomy course was conducted to investigate the role of framing in improving student spatial thinking in understanding the structure and function of plant and its relation to logical thinking. A number of biology students (n=42) at State University in South Sumatra, Indonesia was involved as participants in this study. Data was collected using spatial thinking instrument test that had been developed and based on expert judgment and Test of Logical Thinking (TOLT). Data obtained was processed by calculating the average and percentage (%) on each indicator. Research findings show that there was improvement in spatial thinking and logical thinking of students after having experience through framing based learning with an average N-gain 53.74 (moderate category) and 17.26 (low category). Learning of framing based plant anatomy course improved the students logical Thinking at each indicator. Students logical thinking before and after learning based framing instruction are: (1) proportional reasoning (42.9 and 64.3); (2) controlling variables (3.6 and 11.1); (3) probabilistic reasoning (9.5 and 15.5); (4) correlational reasoning (11.9 and 27.4); and (5) combinatorial reasoning (17.9 and 45.2). Analysis of the relationship between spatial thinking and logical thinking showed r=0.89 (p=0.00*>0.01) (significant correlation). Further it was found that students’ spatial thinking including generating a representation (i); maintaining a representations in working memory (ii); scanning the representation (iii); and transforming of representation (iv) are factors that improved student logical thinking.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


122.

IDENTIFICATION OF CONSISTENCY AND CONCEPTUAL UNDERSTANDING ABOUT PRINCIPLE BLACK
Winarti1, C. Cari2, A. Suparmi3, Indah Budiarti4, Viyanti5, J. Handhika6

The concept of physics can be understood not only in mathematical language but through a variety of representations. If a person understands the concept will be consistent in addressing the problems although presented in different representations. Consistency answers of problem in physics will show the level of understanding concepts. The purpose of this study is to identify the consistency answers of black principle. This research uses the descriptive qualitative approach. The instrument used in this research is 9 questions of multiple choices with reasoning. The essential concept is the Black principal. Some questions are adopted from Heat and Temperature Concept Evaluation (HTCE). The sample of this research are 145 student of Physics Education Program of Sunan Kalijaga State Islamic University, Institute of Teachers Training and Education of PGRI Madiun, and State University of Lampung. Based on the data analysis, has found that 81,80% students’have been inconsistent when they answered the test of multirepresentation concepts.

Keyword : Consistancy, understanding concept, Principle Black

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


123.

The Effect of Outdoor Learning Model on Biology Learning Motivation in SMAN 2 Bekasi on Biodiversity Matter.
Emalia Suryani

Outdoor learning model is using experiential process of learning by doing. This model takes place through to the out-of-doors. The aim of this research is to know the effect of outdoor learning model to Biology learning motivation in SMAN 2 Bekasi on Biodiversity matter. The research was conducted at SMAN 2 Bekasi on November until December 2009. The method was used Quasi Experiment with Pre test and Post test Control Two Group Design. Sample was taken with Purposive Sampling amount 60 students which into groups, that is experiment and control class. Experiment class was used outdoor learning model. Control class held indoor used speech and discussion learning. Data was used average of pretest, post test score motivation and lesson planning observation. Based on result of this research was achieved increasing average score in experiment class is 2.5 whereas control class is 0.4. Data of precondition test with Kolmogrov-Smirnov and F hypothesis, know that data is normal and homogeny. Based on the statistical analysis, t calc value was 2.18 and this value exceeded t table value (2.00) at α = 0.05 which means rejection of null hypothesis. In other words, there is an effect of outdoor learning model on biology learning motivation in SMAN 2 Bekasi. Teachers are expected to apply this model on biology learning at their respective school to achieve better learning motivation.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


124.

TEACHER’S CAPABILITY IMPROVEMENT TO UTILIZE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT AS A LEARNING RESOURCES THROUGH TEACHER WORKING GROUP DISCUSSION (TWGD)
Dr. Ihsana El Khuluqo

This research aims to improve teachers capability to utilize the school environment as a learning resource through Teachers Working Group Discussion (TWGD) in SDIT AL KHALIFA. Based on the problem formulation, hypothesis taken on this research are : Teachers Working Group Discussion (TWGD), positively enhance teachers ability to utilize the school environment as a learning resource.
Improving Bahasa Indonesia learning outcomes in understanding the tool’s manual by Visualization Auditory Kinestetic (VAK) model for more comprehensive understanding of the student, Concept apllication and communication in an appropriate way. VAK learning model meets students need in accordance with their each basic ability and physical sensory. This is a Classroom Action Research (CAR), and conducted on three cycles at the total. The Enforcement procedure refers to the model developed by Kemmis and Mc Taggart which each cycle consists of four main activities: planning, implementation, observation, and reflection. The subject on this research is fourth grade students in SDIT AL KHALIFA totaling 30 students. Data collection techniques used are the achievement test and observation techniques. In achievement test techniques, the test is used to measure the learning outcomes of students understanding ability to the instructions on tool’s manual. The second data collection techniques are observation, this technique uses instruments such as observation sheet filled by the observer as a collaborator to acknowledge the students activity. Based on this research 50% or 15 students in the first cycle achieved the minimum criteria (KKM); 66.67% or 20 students in the second cycle and and 86.67% or 26 students in the last cycle. These result conclude that VAK learning model usage positively enhance the learning outcomes, understanding tool’s manual, in Bahasa Indonesia class SDIT AL KHALIFA. Therefore, we propose that VAK learning model usage in Bahasa Indonesian class sholuld be established to improve the learning outcomes.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


125.

DEVELOPING SKILLS OF HISTORICAL THINKING IN LEARNING HISTORY THROUGH TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS
Elfa Michellia Karima (a), Dadang Supardan (b), Asmawi Zainul (b)

This study discussed about historical thinking skills of high school students. Historical thinking plays a big role in understanding the historical significance, because through historical thinking skills student learners do not just see a historical event through todays perspective, but in light of the relevant past. The purpose of this study is to obtain the results of the analysis of the conventional teaching methods effect on the ability of historical thinking , which includes the effect of lectures method, the effect of discussion method , the effect of assignment method, and the effect of question and answer method on the ability of student historical thinking skills. This research was conducted to measure the impact of conventional learning methods commonly used by the history teacher`s in school towards historical thinking skills of learners. The method used in this research is analytic survey with quantitative approach through linear regression techniques in analyzing the influence of the independent variable on the dependent variable. The results of this study prove that influence of lectures methods, discussions methods, assignments methods and question and answer methods overall towards historical thinking by 38.5% while the rest influenced by other factors not discussed in this study. Teachers can use appropriate learning methods to improve the ability of historical thinking skill so that student can enhance their skill in interpreting history.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


126.

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE BACKGROUND ON TIME PROGRAM IN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL/VOCASIONAL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL WITH ABILITY OF MEDICAL GENERIC (KGM) STUDENTS IN THE COURSE MICROBIOLOGY
Yudhi Saparudin1 Graduate students UPI Bandung Prof. Dr. Hj. Nuryani Rustaman, M.Pd2 Dr. Hj. Any Fitriani, M.Si3

Abstract. Microbiology lectures at universities that organizes health education, should be centered on the student, and learning must place emphasis on the linkages between the materials studied (content), with the problems that exist in the real world life of a student.Furthermore, it should be able to respond to the advancement of science and technology, to participate resolve clinical issues, using thinking skills. One of the skills that must be developed in students, is the ability of generic medical (KGM), but the goal will be difficult to be realized if the learning outcomes of Microbiology and KGM students relatively unsatisfactory, then research on the relationship between the background of the program at the time in senior high school/vocasional senior high school, with KGM relative student has not been done. Based on the above background, encourages research has been conducted to further analyze the relationship between the background of the program at the time in senior high school/vocasional senior high school, with KGM one of midwifery students in West Java STIKes second semester of academic year 2015/2016 in the course of Microbiology.
The method used is descriptive correlational method, the target population in this study is one of the midwifery students in West Java STIKes second semester of the 2015/2016 academic year, sampling using total sampling technique, whereas research design using cross sectional analytic study. The independent variable is the background of the program at the time in senior high school/vocasional senior high school, while the dependent variable is the average KGM.The average KGM measured at the time the students carry out practical problem solving based on the material effect of temperature on microbial growth.
The results showed that students whose background natural science at high school/vocational school, the highest number of students compared to the social sciences program, pharmaceutical and chemical analyst, and KGM students are classified as either higher than KGM less. The relationship between the background of the program with KGM as being significant at the 5% test level

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


127.

APPLICATION OF MODELS LEARNING CYCLE 5E BASED INQUIRY TO IMPROVE THE LEARNING OUTCOMES OF STUDENTS
Adam Malik1, Yudi Dirgantara2, Asep Agung2

Based on the results of preliminary studies in MAN Subang, the average value of learning outcomes in a static fluid material is still low compared with other materials. One of the alternatives that can be used to improve the learning outcomes of students is to apply the model Learning Cycle 5E based inquiry. This study aims to determine the enforceability of the learning model Learning Cycle 5E based inquiry and learning outcome of students in a static fluid material. The method used in this study was pre-experimental design with the design of one-group pretest-posttest. Samples in this research are class XI IPA 1 MAN Subang numbered 30 people were selected using purposive sampling technique. The results showed an average activity of 91% of teachers and learners activity by 87% belong to the category very well. The average value of LKPD learners by 72% with both categories. There is an increase in the study of students in a static fluid material to see the index N-gain of 0.41 categorized being, improvement of the affective learning outcomes by 76% in both categories. Increased psychomotor learning outcomes by 71% in both categories. The results of calculations to test the hypothesis using t-Test: Paired Two Sample for Means with thitung> t table (15.529> 2.042). Thus the model Learning Cycle 5E based inquiry can be used as an alternative to improve the learning outcomes of students in a static fluid material

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


128.

The Making of an Augmented Reality (AR) Technology-based Learning in Metal Structure Studies
Ferli S. Irwansyah, Imam Ramdani, Ida Farida

The Background of this research was motivated by the importance to develop the ability of students to the material representation of submicroscopic metallic structure, so that the necessary media is able to visualize metal structure with simple, efficient and utilize devices that are already available. The purpose of this study are to describe the stages of manufacture of technology-based learning media AR on the material metal structures, to develop the capabilities of students in submicroscopic representation, and to analyze the feasibility of AR technology-based learning media on the material of metal structures. Through the Research and Development has produced a product in the form of AR technology-based learning media on the concept of metal structures. Stages of the research carried out by analysis of metal structural concept development, design, validation, due diligence, and limited testing. Validation and limited testing done in order to obtain feedback in the form of recommendations for improvement and assessment of the learning aspect, the substance of the concept, visual communications, and software engineering as well as the feasibility of its use to the purpose of making the product. In general, the test results obtained r = 0.8-1.0 feasibility and at the stage of testing a limited percentage of eligibility obtained an average value of 72.5 to 88.33%. It shows that the presentation of AR technology-based learning media on the concept of metal structures made fit for use as a learning resource for students to develop the ability submicroscopic representation.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


129.

TO INCREASE MATH REPRESENTATION’S ABILITY FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT THROUGH GUIDED INQUIRY LEARNING
Mery Noviyanti (merrynov@gmail.com); Yumiati (yumi@ut.ac.id)

Several research results indicated that student abilities for math representation were remaining low. Meanwhile, math representation was very important because it referred to forming of abstraction and demonstrating of math knowledge, as well as illustration of math problem solving. In order to be able to upgrade this ability, it was required a math learning which provided to students any opportunity, so they could independently think and solved the problem. One of them was done through the guided inquiry learning. The objective of this research is to analyzing the different on upgrade the student’s math representation that obtained the guided inquiry learning and conventional learning. This research conducted by applying experiment method with and pretest-posttest with control group design at one school. Which becoming research subject are students of Dharma Karya UT Middle School at 8th Grade. 8-2 class selected as control class (19 students) and 8-3 class selected as experiment class (20 students). Before and after learning process, two classes given the test of math representation with reliability is 0.70 (high category). The magnitude of the increasing in students’ math representation student group of guided inquiry learning group is 0.41 included as medium category. Meanwhile, the increasing students’ math representation student group of conventional learning is 0.26 included as low category. In conclusion, the hypothesis of the ability of the mathematical representation of students who learning with guided inquiry is better than students with conventional learning is accepted.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


130.

Implementation of Problem Based Learning and Discovery Learning Based on Vee Diagram to Improve Quantitative Literacy Skills of Students in Environmental Change Concept
Puspa Sari Dewi1, Saefudin2, Bambang Supriatno3, Sri Anggraeni4

This research is quantitative study that aims to identify and analyze increasing of students’ quantitative literacy skills through implementation of problem based learning and discovery learning models in enviromental change concept enhance quantitative literacy skills of students. The method was used in this research is Quasy experiment that was conducted to one of Junior High School in Bandung, West Java towards 7th grade in 2015-2016. The experiment was applied to two experimental classes. Students in first experimental class was treated by Problem Based Learning and the other experimental class was given Discovery Learning. Based on pre-test and post-test scores that were collected, average of pre-test scores from first experimental class is 65.57 and the second class is 70.83, while average of post-test scores from first experimental class is 91.67 and 100 for second experimental class. N-Gain for both experimental classes are 0.57 dan 0.45. From post-test results, achievement of students’ quantitative literacy skills in each indicator can be interprated that : interpretation 100%, representation 96.19%, calculation 94.56%, application/analytical 81.51%, assumption 61.95%, and communication 79.34%. Acquirement from statistic test used Mann Witney test shows that there is no significant differences between two learning models based on vee diagram in increasing quantitative literacy skills of students. It means that both learning models are able to improve students’ qualitative literacy skills. Students provide positive responses toward teaching-learning process and teachers state that quantitative literacy skills of students have to be trained to help students during teaching-learning process, for instance, filling worksheets, calculating data, reading data and drawing graphic.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


131.

THE INFLUENCE OF APPLICATION LEARNING METHODS ON ABILITY TO EXPRESS STUDENTS’ THOUGHTS IN HISTORY SUBJECT OF WRITTEN FORM (RESEARCH ON STUDENTS GRADE X SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS BANDUNG)
Meri Erlina, S.Pd

This article draws attention to see the ability of learners in writing history. The finding demonstrates that learners have a good potential to develop abilities to express thoughts in written form. Therefore, the researcher is mainly interested to figure out the influence of application learning methods on ability to express thought in writing narratives for writing is one of the most crucial aspects of language skills. The objectives of this study were to find out: (1) the influence of lecture method on the ability to express ideas in writing narratives, (2) the influence of discussion method on the ability to express ideas in writing narratives, (3) the influence of assignment learning method on the ability to express thoughts in form of learners’ writing narratives. Using quantitative approach, the recent study conducted with analytical survey method through linear regression techniques analyzed the data influencing independent variables to dependent variables. Based on the data processing and analysis performed in this study, the results were as follows: 1. there is a significant difference between the project methods to the ability to express ideas in form of learners’ writing narratives (26.2%), 3. There is a significant difference between the discussion methods to the ability to express thoughts in learners’ writing narratives (10.8%), 3. There is a significant difference between the assignment methods to the ability to express thoughts in learners’ writing narratives (2.8%). Such findings provided the influence of project learning method, discussion, and the overall assignments to the ability to express ideas in writing narratives, the score were 39.8%. Otherwise, the rest was influenced by other factors not discussed in this study.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


132.

Improved Learning Entrepreneurship Process for SMK to overcome the Unemployment Graduates
Widiyanto

Improved Learning Entrepreneurship Process for SMK
to overcome the Unemployment Graduates
Widiyanto, Universitas Negeri Semarang
email: wied@mail.unnes.ac.id

abstract
The purpose of this paper to improve the usability of Vocational High School (SMK) graduates, thereby reducing the unemployment rate of graduates by increasing learning Entrepreneurship process. The problems of this article is to identify the model of entrepreneurial learning in SMK; and effective model of entrepreneurial learning to improve competence. Object Study in SMK N 2 Semarang and Semarang SMK N 9. Using Qualitative Research Methods as research approach, the research instrument is the researcher, the analyzing data uses triangulation methods. To test the validity of the data, the data is tested using a credibility, transferability, dependability, confirmability. With research informants 22 people comprising principals, vice principles for curriculum, teachers and students. The findings of the research results in the learning process is still largely theoretical and practice a little more than a theory: theoretical learning materials; the learning process less attractive. From the research is provided an alternative models for entrepreneurial learning to improve the quality and readiness of graduates to become entrepreneurs. Conclusions: learning model is still conservative. Enterprise Learning Model effective teachers need their readiness, adjustment material, and a lot of practice.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


133.

New Concept for the Student Assessment using Simple Additive Weighting in Adaptive Mobile Learning (AML).
I Made Agus Wirawan

Information and communication technology is increasingly rapidly enabling the learning process is not only done in the classroom, but students can make the process of learning anywhere and anytime. The learning process is strongly influenced by technological developments. This problem can be overcome by using Adaptive Mobile Learning (AML). However, from the development of AML is done there are still weaknesses, where every learner can perform repetitive test session. This can cause difficulties in the assessment of lecturers. Traveller issues can be dealt with using Simple Additive weighting (SAW). Based on these problems, we propose a method of SAW on AML for the ranking process in the course of Information Systems. SAW method is often also known as a weighted summation method. This method is used in addressing the issue of multi-Attribute Decision Making (MADM). SAW method requires that decision makers determine the weight for each attribute. In the process of student assessment, the criteria used are: 1) The value generated from student test session. 2) The number of test sessions have been conducted. Results obtained from this study is the assessment formula in the learning process by using AML. So using these assessments, lecturer can determine the value of learners based on the number of tests performed and test value. So that an assessment would be more objective.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


134.

Developing Creative Thinking Ability and Science Concept Understanding Through SCSS Problem Solving Oriented Performance Assessment Teaching at Primary Schools
I Wayan Widiana, I Nyoman Jampel

This was a classroom action research which was aimed at improving creative thinking ability and science concept understanding of primary school students. This study was conducted in two cycles in which each cycle consisted of four stages: planning, action, observation/evaluation and reflection. The study was conducted at SD 2 Kampung Baru with 18 subjects /students (11 males and 7 females). The data were collected with an essay test that had been validated before. The data were analyzed using quantitative descriptive statistical analysis technique. The results showed that there was an increase in creative thinking ability by 12.4% with and average of 69% (creative enough) in cycle 1 becoming 84.5% (creative) in cycle II. Based on this result it can be concluded that the implementation of SCSS problem solving oriented performance assessment teaching can improve creative thinking ability and science concept understanding. Science concept understandings that can be easily developed are remembering and repeating as well as identifying and selecting concepts, principles, and procedure. Creative thinking abilities that can be easily developed are related to the indicators of fluent thinking skill, flexible and original thinking ability.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


135.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION USING "PLAY TEACH PLAY" (PTP) STRATEGY TO IMPROVE TEACHING FITNESS EFFECTIVITY
Adang Suherman*1, Komarudin1; Hilda Ilmawati2

This study is focused on the implementation of physical education using a "Play Teach Play" strategy in improving the effectiveness of Teaching Fitness revealed during teaching learning process. The method used is combination of pretest-posttest experimental design. The data are collected by using heart rate observation, self reflection, situational interest scale, and physical fitness test in high school. The results showed that the implementation of "Play Teach Play" strategy has a positive impact on improving the effectiveness of teaching Fitness process indicated by increasing exercise intensity, positive self reflection, and the scores of the physical fitness test. The use of this strategy is as an alternative in teaching fitness integrated with teaching movement in Physical Education.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


136.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION USING "PLAY TEACH PLAY" (PTP) STRATEGY TO IMPROVE TEACHING FITNESS EFFECTIVITY
Adang Suherman*1, Komarudin1; Hilda Ilmawati2

This study is focused on the implementation of physical education using a "Play Teach Play" strategy in improving the effectiveness of Teaching Fitness revealed during teaching learning process. The method used is combination of pretest-posttest experimental design. The data are collected by using heart rate observation, self reflection, situational interest scale, and physical fitness test in high school. The results showed that the implementation of "Play Teach Play" strategy has a positive impact on improving the effectiveness of teaching Fitness process indicated by increasing exercise intensity, positive self reflection, and the scores of the physical fitness test. The use of this strategy is as an alternative in teaching fitness integrated with teaching movement in Physical Education.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


137.

Literacy Science Skill Student in Ecosystem Learning
Mamat Arohman

The ability of science literacy is the capacity to use scientific knowledge, to identify questions and draw conclusions based on facts and data to understand the universe and make a decision on the changes that occur due to human activity. This study was conducted to determine the ability of science literacy of students of MTs in the ecosystem material. The students science literacy skills are measured using the Test of scientific Literacy Skills (TOSLS) adapted from Gormally et al. This test was given to 17 students at MTs Nurul Ikhsan Belawa Cirebon. Results obtained by using the test TOSLS in the medium category (42.35).

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


138.

Analysis of Statistical Reaoning Abilities of College Students in Introductory Statistics
Laila Hayati, Dadang Juandi

One reformation in statistics learning is to emphasize the importance of statistical learning. This study is aimed to analyze college students’ difficulties in Introductory Statistics course from the answer given and depth interview. The indicator of statistical reasoning is divided into ability to describe data, organizing and reducing data, representing data, and analysis and interpreting data. Subject of study are two classes, control and experiment with total of 51 students. The result showed that college students difficulty to explain the meaning and the reason why a concept is used, but they usually can count a concept correctly.

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


139.

INFLUENCE DISCOVERY LEARNING MODEL AND IMPLEMENTATION IN LEARNING WITH THE UNITY OF SCIENCES IN BASIC BIOLOGY COURSE TO INCREASE CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS
Nur Khasanah, Sajidan, Sutarno, Baskoro

This research purposed to investigate the effect of discovery learning model and its implementation in learning by Unity of Science in Basic Biology courses to improve students critical thinking. This metod research is a quasi-experimental with experimental design posttest only control group design. The population was all students of the first semester Biology, 2015/2016 academic year with consists of two classes. Samples were taken with a simple random sampling tecnique. The data was collected using an open essay tests and observation of critical thinking skills. Data were analyzed with descriptive analysis and MANOVA test. The results showed as follows: (1) There are differences between the general understanding of biological concepts students learn to use the model of discovery learning with students who learn to use the direct teaching model (F = 7.691; p <0.05), (2) there are differences in thinking skills critical significantly between students learning discovery learning model and its implementation in Unity of science learning with students who learn to use the direct teaching model (F = 11.011, p <0.05).

Topic: Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment (TMA)


140.

Experience-Based Counseling: An Alternative Solution to the Problems of Bullying
Nandang Rusmana, Anne Hafina, Ipah Saripah

This research is motivated by rampant phenomena of violence among adolescents, especially violence that occurs in the form of bullying. The research objective is to develop experience-based counseling model to reduce the tendency of bullying behaviour among students. This research uses R&D (Research & Development) method. Subjects of research are senior high school students in Bandung who are identified as having committed acts of bullying, with low, moderate, and high intensity. Sampling is determined by multistage cluster sampling technique. Data were collected by using bullying behavior scale and bullying behavior checklist. The data were then analyzed by using statistical tests which include measures of central tendency and t-test. Research findings show that empirically, experience-based counseling intervention to reduce the tendency of bullying behavior among students is effective in reducing symptoms or behavioral characteristics of students associated with bullying. Experience-based counseling is also proven effective in reducing the tendency of bullying behavior related to six indicators or symptoms of bullying behavior.

Topic: Other Areas of Education (OAE)


141.

THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SUNDANESE CULTURE IN ACHIEVING EDUCATIONAL QUALITY OF STATE SENIOR HIGH SCOOL 18 BANDUNG
Ratifika Dewi

Principal is the manager who will provide direction in the schooling activities. He is the experts pedagogue in his school, who always doing some renewal with his spirit. Principal and the culture of school are the key to be a factor in the development of school quality. And the implementation of Sundanese cultural values provide what color of that school and giving the influence in the deveopment of their quality. There are three points to make how Sundanese cultural values to developt the quality of school, namely : the ethical principles in life; principal character as a human being; the leadership. Three points Sundanese cultural values which internalized in school make it developt their quality. Character values of Sundanese culture internalized through school quality standards : (1) climate and environment of the school (2) Human resources (3) Facility schooling (4) The planning and performance evaluation. For developing of school quality becomes important because the school as an institution which create gold generations that will build Indonesia more better. Then through the implementation of Sundanese cultural values will create a great qualilty of school and will print the golden Indonesian generation.

Topic: Other Areas of Education (OAE)


142.

Enhancement Self Regulated Learning Skills and Achievement of Open Distance Learning Student Through Online Tutorials
Ucu Rahayu1,a), Ari Widodo2), and Sri Redjeki2)

Self regulated learning (SRL)’s skill is an important aspect to get successful in study for Open and Distance Learning (ODL) students. Independent learning skills can be trained to students in various ways. The aim of this study was to discuss the benefits of SRL’ training in enhancing SRL’ skills and learning outcomes of ODL student through the integration of learning strategies into the process of online tutorials. The design of this study was one group pretest posttest design. Samples of this study were fifteen of ODL students taking online tutorial of Learning Strategies Course and ten of ODL students taking online tutorial of Measurement and Evaluation course. The online tutorial was conducted for 8 weeks. The results showed that the self-regulated learning ability of students increased though not significantly, while the student achievement improved significantly in both subjects. This study recommended that ODL tutors of online tutorials should train SRL skills to their students along with the online learning process, so that students skills of learning independently is gradually improved.

Topic: Other Areas of Education (OAE)


143.

Professionalization of TVET teacher in producing graduates who are suitable with industrial need
Heftanti H, Flocia N, Awindha E.L, Ana A, Cecep S

The preparation of professional TVET teacher is an important step in the effort to support the development of vocational education. The aim of this paper is find out the effort which can be done by TVET teachers related to professional competence they have in producing graduates who are suitable with industrial need. This paper is based on literature review from various literature sources. The conclusion obtained from literature review about the efforts which can be done by TVET teachers to develop their professional competence are: (1) continuous professional development; (2) training for industrial competence mastery and competence based education mastery; (4) teacher certification program; (5) participation in scientific forum. The role of government is very expected in doing the efforts to develop professional competence of TVET teachers.

Topic: Other Areas of Education (OAE)


144.

THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SEMESTER CREDIT SYSTEM IN SMA NEGERI 1 SALATIGA
Agustina Tyas Asri Hardini

This study aimed to evaluate the implementation of Semester Credit System program in SMA Negeri 1 Salatiga. This research applied evaluation type of CIPP models (Context, Input, Process, and Product), along with qualitative descriptive approach. In addition, this research collected data through interviews, documentations and observation studies. Furthermore, the data were analyzed by applying Miles and Huberman theory in Sugiyono (2013:95) that consists of data collection; data reduction; data display; and conclusions. Also, this study used triangulation to test the data’s validity. A number of result showed that: 1) SMAN 1 Salatiga’s Semester Credit System Program implementation in terms of context was based on the needs of learner’s possess special intelelligence categories; 2) SMAN 1 Salatiga’s Semester Credit System Program implementation in terms of inputs that include the plan, mechanism implementation, teachers, learners, finance, infrastructure, and schedule are valued as sufficient; 3) SMAN 1 Salatiga‘s Semester Credit System Program implementation in terms of the process have been carried out as planned program although there are still some obstacles, but have been already handled well; 4) SMAN 1 Salatiga’s Semester Credit System Program implementation in terms of the results were in accordance with the original purpose of the program, that is to facilitate learners with multipple intelegence in order to complete their high school studies only for 2 years. This program can be continue, with improvementsn of moving class in the implemention.

Topic: Other Areas of Education (OAE)


145.

IMPLEMENTATION OF PROCESS ORIENTED GUIDED INQUIRY LEARNING (POGIL) IN SCIENCE LAB TO ENHANCE SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLS OF PROSPECTIVE TEACHER
Ibadurrahman, Dr. Taufik Rahman, M.Pd., and Prof. Dr. Sri Redjeki, M.Pd.

This research was conducted to study the effectiveness of a process-oriented guided inquiry learning (POGIL) in the science lab to enhance science process skills of prospective teachers on the topic of heat and displacement. This research used a quasi-experimental with the static group pretest-posttest design. The subject of the study 24 students attend process oriented guided inquiry learning, and 20 students attend guided inquiry learning, all students are prospective science teacher from one of the state universities in the province of Banten. The research instrument used was a science process skill test, observation sheets, and questionnaire. Data processing techniques through tests of normality and homogeneity, N-gain test, and t-test two tails. The results showed that the implementation of POGIL in the scince lab has good effectiveness in enhancing science process skills of prospective science teachers. The results of science process skill data analysis showed that POGIL approach can help students to enhance the science process skill is better than the used of guided inquiry model. The results of observation of inquiry-based learning in both classes very successfully. Students responded positively to the implementation of process-oriented guided inquiry learning in science lab.

Topic: Other Areas of Education (OAE)


146.

KEMAMPUAN KOLABORATIF GURU KEWIRAUSAHAAN DALAM SETTING TEACHING FACTORY
Fatimah S, Dede Saryono, Iis L Q, Rahma Adytia, Ana A.

Penyelenggaraan SMK di Indonesia saat ini menunjukkan kelemahan-kelemahan yaitu angka pengangguran terbesar terjadi pada lulusan SMK sebanyak 9,1%, lemahnya keselarasan antara sekolah dan dunia kerja, dan tidak ada jaminan untuk memperoleh pekerjaan yang layak. Pembelajaran kewirausahaan di SMK dipersepsikan dengan baik oleh para peserta didik, namun dalam prakteknya beberapa materi kewirausahaan yang diajarkan belum lengkap dan belum sampai pada tujuan pembelajaran yaitu mencetak wirausaha. Tingkat kualitas pendidikan salah satunya dipengaruhi oleh kulaitas pendidik yang mempunyai kompetensi sosial. Tujuan dari kajian ini adalah untuk menelaah kompetensi sosial yang harus dimiliki oleh guru kewirausahaan dalam mengelola teaching factory. Metode kajian menggunakan metode riview literature dari berbagai sumber. Hasil penelitian menunjukan bahwa kompetensi sosial yang harus dimiliki guru kewirausahaan salah satunya adalah kemampuan berkolaborasi antara komite sekolah atau dengan dunia industri.

Topic: Other Areas of Education (OAE)


147.

COLLABORATIVE SKILLS ENTREPRENEURIAL TEACHER IN SETTING TEACHING FACTORY
Fatimah S, Dede Saryono, Iis L Q, Rahma Adytia, Ana A.

Implementation of SMK in Indonesia shows the weaknesses that the greatest unemployment rate occurred in the vocational school graduates as much as 9.1%, the lack of alignment between the school and the world in work, and there is no guarantee to get a decent job. Entrepreneurial learning in vocational perceived well by the learners, but in practice some of the material being taught entrepreneurship is not complete and has not reached the learning goals are scored entrepreneurship. The level of quality of education is influenced by educators quality who have social competence. The purpose of this study was to examine the social competence that must be possessed by entrepreneurial teachers manage teaching factory. Appraisal method using a literature review of various sources. The results showed that the social competence of entrepreneurship teachers should possess one of which is the ability to collaborate between the school committee and with the industrial world.

Topic: Other Areas of Education (OAE)


148.

PROFILE OF IDEAL TEACHERS IN VOCATIONAL SCHOOL
Chandra A. S., Andreas Suwandi, Denny Adi Prasetyo, D. Ratih R., Ana A.

The quality of human resources who are graduated in vocational school depend on quality of their teacher. Teacher as an educational resources with a crucial role in shaping vocational school graduates. Efforts to improve the teachers quality not only can be completed by giving salary and welfare enough, but also provide support to improve education and guiding teacher competence. This study aim to describe profile ideal teachers of vocational. Method of this study is analyzing some literatures and result study of vocational education. The results of a study profile ideal teachers of vocational ideal must have five different characteristics, among others are professional, personality, social, leadership, and interaction on class room.

Topic: Other Areas of Education (OAE)


149.

MEDIA LITERACY LEARNING FOR SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN IN BANDUNG
Agus Setiaman, Kismiyati El Karimah, Dadang Sugiana, Betty Tresnawaty

In todays era of globalization it is a necessity that we are dealing with mass media either directly or indirectly. Our children live in a world that provide easiness to access media content using smartphones which at the same times allows powerful media giants diffuse the ideology of globalization on daily basis simultaneously.
Media channels the message they produce to the audience and it certainly has a profound influence on the audience. Media literacy is an alternative to empower public amid media powerful forces around us. This concept teaches public on how to engage, interact and being able to access media in smart-critical way to avoid being exploited by media.
Media user/audience who is equipped with media literacy preferences will consciously build a pervasive psychological factor on how to consume the information and reach a conclusion. The conditions where audience accept or reject a message based on their own beliefs/understandings or critical and responsible examination on the idea products or image, and they will not be easily forced by the exerted media message.

Topic: Other Areas of Education (OAE)


150.

PROFIL OF BIOLOGY TEACHERS’ RESPONSES ON JOINT RESEARCH BETWEEN SCHOOL AND HIGHER EDUCATION COLLEGE
SUCIATI, CHRISNIA OCTOVI

This research is a descriptive study that aims to determine the profile of biology teachers’ responses in a joint research between schools and colleges. Subjects were 68 people that included 45 science (biology) teachers of junior high school and 33 biology teachers of senior high school in the region of Central Java as respondents. Non-test techniques used to collect of data about the biology teachers’ responses include: feedback, enthusiasm, reason, and judgment of teachers in joint research between schools and colleges. Furthermore, the data were analyzed descriptively. The results showed that 81% of teachers responded positively and 19% gave a negative response. Teachers positive responses generally related with teachers’ curiosity as well as the experience. While negative responses generally related to obscurity of collaborative pattern, especially the role of teacher. Based on the results of this study can be concluded that the biology teachers’ responses to joint research between schools and colleges are not always positive but varied. Therefore a joint research between schools and colleges can be more effective, suggested necessary to explain the collaborative pattern and the role of the teacher clearly.

Topic: Other Areas of Education (OAE)


151.

“ARUNG MASALA ULI-E” IDEA OF BUGINESE MYTH TO THE LEADER
AB Takko Bandung

“ARUNG MASALA ULI-E”
IDEA OF BUGINESE MYTH TO THE LEADER

A B. Takko Bandung
Department of Indonesian Literature, Faculty of Cultural Sciences, Hasanuddin
University. Email: takkobandung@gmail.com

ABSTRAK

Bangsa Bugis merupakan suatu bangsa yang memiliki berbagai mitos. Sebagian orang menganggap bahwa mitos hanya sebagai cerita dongeng saja. Padahal mitos mengandungi pesan-pesan moral sosial yang dapat dijadikan pedoman di dalam berkehidupan. Levi-Staraus menyatakan bahwa mitos produk manusia secara kolektif sehingga dengan memahami struktur makna mitos-mitos, maka dapat diketahui struktur berpikir manusia. Salah satu mitos orang Bugis adalah Arung Masala Uli-e. Mitos ini mengisahkan pelbagai bentuk struktur komunitas masyarakat Bugis, baik sebagai masyarakat biasa, maupun pemangku adat dan sebagai raja. Metode yang digunakan dalam mengenal pasti mitos tersebut adalah mengikut cara Levi-Sraus untuk memahami makna mitos, yaitu memenggal-menggal mitos dan dibuat menjadi beberapa episode. Dalam setiap episode ditentukan relasi yang terbangun, dan setiap relasi yang tebangun diinterpretasi berdasarkan data etnografi. Hasil pengkajian terhadap mitos ini menunjukkan bahwa kesuksesan kepemimpinan orang Bugis jika ia senantiasa bermusyawarah, khususnya apabila ia ingin melakukan atau memutuskan suatu aktivitas penting. Seorang pemimpin atau raja di Bugis menghadapi anak atau sanak keluarga terdekat perlu kehati-hatian dan ketegasan agar senantiasa dapat berlaku adil.

Kata kunci: Pesan moral mitos, musyawarah, sukses


ABSTRACT

Buginese has different kinds of myths. Some people assume that myth is only a fairy tale. In fact myth has social moral messages that can be used as a guide in life. Levi-Straus argues that myth is a human product collectively so that by understanding the structure of meaning in myths, the structure of human thinking can be revealed. One of the Buginese myths is Arung Masala Uli-e. This myth tells various forms of Buginese structures, both as ordinary people and as adat leader and as king. The method used in recognizing profoundly about the myth is by following Levi-Straus to understand the meaning of myth, namely by dividing a myth into several parts or into several episodes. In each episode the relationship can be set and each relation is interpreted based on ethnographic data. The results of the study indicate that the glory and success of the Buginese leadership is based on deliberation, especially when he wants to do or decide an important activity. A leader or king in Bugis land has to be very careful and always be fair and firm in facing his children or closest

Topic: Other Areas of Education (OAE)


152.

The Effect of Anthelmintic Intake on The Nutritional Status, Hemoglobin Content, and Learning Achievement
Hartati

The main purpose of this study was to find out the effect of once a year of 400 mg albendazole on the nutritional status and learning achievemement of elementary school students in Sukarami Palembang. Methods of this study used quasi experimental research with non-equivalent control group pretest-posttest design. This study was conducted in Palembang, South Sumatera for one year. Samples of this study were 1914 students deriving from a systematic stratified random sampling and divided into 2 groups: 986 students for the treatment samples were given 400 mg albendazole and 928 students for the controlled samples were given placebo. The result of this study found that there was a decrease in the prevalence of worm infection both in the treatment and controlled samples. However the number of infected students in the treatment samples decreased more than the controlled samples and the drugs had a better effect on hookworm. There was also an improvement of nutrition status of samples as well as hemoglobin among the children and there was no significant difference in both samples. Conclusion of this study was there was a significant increase in the anthropometric size and index in both groups, but there wass no significant different between the treatment and controlled group. The increased of hemoglobin level has no significant differences between the treatment and controlled group. Implication: albendazole 400 mg can be given to students in order to decrease in the prevalence of worm infection and increase the nutrition status.

Topic: Other Areas of Education (OAE)


153.

Bridging The Arithmetic-Algebraic Discrepencies
Septiani Yugni Maudy, Didi Suryadi, Endang Mulyana

Transition from arithmetic to algebraic thinking inevitably leaves cognitive discrepancies for students. In this study, we aim at designing didactical bridge between the notion of variable and linier equation for seven graders from one of junior high schools in Bandung, Indonesia. By drawing on Didactical Design Research stance, we firstly map out the concept of linier equation with one variable by employing the method of repersonalisation and recontextualisation in order to explore both learning trajectories and obstacles inherent within such a concept. By doing so, didactical design representing contextual problems of linier equation was sequentially developed: 1) applying Bruner’s idea of modes of representation to manipulate engaging tasks for students to grasp the idea of variable; 2) exploring predicted students’ responses towards problems presented in the forms of x ± b = c and ax ± b = c; and 3) harnessing collaborative learning to foster students’ understanding of the relationship between arithmetic and algebraic thinking. Secondly, through analysing students’ work and vignettes of design implementation, we found that by representing the volumes of solution in the test tube, students intuitively connected the unknown variable by turning iconic drawing (test tubes, boxes, points) into symbolic form (x). Although students were able to expand their arithmetic ideas in dealing with problems related to linier equation, in fact they had difficulties to make sense of algebraic equation. Thus, orchestrating various students responses were helpful for them to translate word problem into algebraic equation. Our experience has shown that it is not necessary for teachers to deliver thoroughly the didactical bridge; it is through collaborative learning that engages students to develop fruitfully their own learning bridge.

Topic: Other Areas of Education (OAE)


154.

Indonesian Traditional Cake Lesson with Multimedia
Dra. Atat Siti Nurani, M. Si & Dra, Sri Subekti, M. Pd

This study aims to produce the tutorial video (multimedia) which is suitable to be applied in Culinary Field lesson especially in Kue Nusantara (Indonesian Traditional Cake) lesson in Culinary Education Study Program. Indonesian Traditional Cake practical work lesson has special characteristics such as main ingredients, making dough, technique of cake packaging and not standard recipe. These characteristics made the practical work result not well enough. The students got trouble in practical work of making dough when using traditional equipment and cooking technique in Indonesian Traditional Cake lesson. This lesson was limited in using textbook and recipe so that the students only understood the recipe text for practical work. Research method in this study is quasi experiment with one group pretest postest design. The result of the study shows that student’s practical work score is mostly more competent with positive N-Gain 0.74. The student’s average score in Indonesian Traditional Cake lesson with using tutorial video media is 90. However, the average score in the same lesson without tutorial video media is 60. The respondents’ understanding level in Indonesian Traditional Cake practical work lesson is 78% in very understand level and 22 % in understand level. The respondent agreed for using tutorial video in Indonesian Traditional Cake practical work lesson in percentage 98%.

Topic: Other Areas of Education (OAE)


155.

The Development of smart home model"Cempaka" Garut in the advancement of Nonformal Education Program
Bambang Sudaryana

Smart home "Cempaka" is a means to get the citizens of inclusive education, an additional education outside of school. Smart home, especially school-aged children can explore their own potential as well as motivate to achieve more intelligence level.. In the smart home Cempaka there are five centers of education, including the library space with 6000 copies of books collection, centers of educational games, computer center, centers of audio-visual and centers of craft. This Study has the objective to identify communication strategies, the role of Smart House as a non formal education, and to know the factor supporting and inhibiting it. The method used is descriptive quantitative method to objectively collecting data conducted through observations, interview, and documentation. The number of respondents in this study was 50. Based on this study, it was found that there is a number of people who do not take advantage of smart home due to factors derived from smart home and factors derived from the community. The conclusion of the study is that the role of smart home affect the access of services of non formal education programs, as well as the function, the purpose, and the benefits of smart home as a place of learning from children to the elderly with activities that meet the needs of the poor people. The impact of smart home is the increasing power of intellectual rural children at the age of learning and creativity accommodation of the population to increase family income

Topic: Other Areas of Education (OAE)


156.

MEDIA LITERACY LEARNING FOR SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN IN BANDUNG
Agus Setiaman, Kismiyati El Karimah, Dadang Sugiana, Betty Tresnawaty

In todays era of globalization it is a necessity that we are dealing with mass media either directly or indirectly. Our children live in a world that provide easiness to access media content using smartphones which at the same times allows powerful media giants diffuse the ideology of globalization on daily basis simultaneously.
Media channels the message they produce to the audience and it certainly has a profound influence on the audience. Media literacy is an alternative to empower public amid media powerful forces around us. This concept teaches public on how to engage, interact and being able to access media in smart-critical way to avoid being exploited by media.
Media user/audience who is equipped with media literacy preferences will consciously build a pervasive psychological factor on how to consume the information and reach a conclusion. The conditions where audience accept or reject a message based on their own beliefs/understandings or critical and responsible examination on the idea products or image, and they will not be easily forced by the exerted media message.

Topic: Other Areas of Education (OAE)


157.

IDENTIFICATION PRESENTATION SCIENTIFIC LITERACY ASPECTS OF SCIENCE TEXTBOOKS ON CLASS V ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Siti Sholiha Nurfaidah

Controlled scientific literacy is important for learners because it is a basic competence in understanding environmental, and economic problems in modern society. One effort to improve scientific literacy through the identification of textbooks. This study presents the aspect of scientific literacy in the classroom textbooks V SD. Aspect of scientific literacy in this study include the knowledge of science, science as a way of investigating, science as a way of thinking and the interaction of science, technology and society. This type of research is descriptive research, the study collected data in the form of documentation. One book as a whole has been identified, and generate different presentation of scientific literacy, namely: 73.5% (aspects of scientific knowledge); 19.5% (aspects of science as a way of investigating); 5.8% (aspects of science as a way of thinking); and 1.2% (aspects of the interaction of science, technology and society). As for the aspect of scientific knowledge is always presented with the largest proportion in each chapter of the book. While aspects of the interaction of science, technology and society shows the proportion of the least and only presented in Chapter 5 and Chapter 7.

Topic: Other Areas of Education (OAE)


158.

Relevance Of Human Chromosome Analysis Activities Against Mutation Concept In Genetics Course
1. Renardi Erwinsyah*, 2. Riandi, 3. Mimin Nurjhani

This study describes the relevance of human chromosome analysis activities against genes and cromosomes mutation in genetics course. This activities is to analyze the images of photomicrograph chromosomes of various cases and disorders caused by irregularities of human chromosome number or structure in the form of a karyotype. The purpose of this analysis is to gain relevance practicum against the theory course. Object of this research is the lab activities of analysis human chromosomes. Source of data derived from syllabus documentation, SAP, genetics lecture, lab instructions, journals genetics. Analysis of data using the rubric of relevance, lab activities can be considered relevant if the facts found in the lab activitites can build the same concept with the concept that formed in the lecture theory. The results showed the fact of analysis human chromosomes activitites can build the same concept with the chromosomal mutation concept in genetics course. Human chromosome analysis activities can only preach of chromosome mutation concept only. The use of inquiry-based lab project can be to preach more concept of gene mutations with more knowledge coverage, the allocation of more time, greater cost, fewer students so that it matches given to undergraduate student biology deepen molecular genetics. Conclusion of this studies, analysis of human chromosomes activities is relevant to preach human chromosome mutation concept but can not be used to preach concept of gene mutations.

Topic: Other Areas of Education (OAE)


159.

Implementation of Constructivism Approach in Biology Learning to Improve the Quantitative Literacy Skills and Scientific Attitude of High School Students in the Subject of Environmental Pollution
Indra Dodo Saputra

The aim of this study is to analyze the improvement of quantitative literacy skills and scientific attitude of students through the implementation of constructivism learning approach in the subject of environmental pollution, as well as the development of learning design using constructivism approach that develops quantitative literacy skills and scientific attitude of students. The method used in this study is Quasi Experiment with the Matching-Only pretest-posttest control group design that were implemented in one public high school in Bandung, West Java, grade X in the academic year 2015/2016. The research instruments used were pretest and posttest quantitative literacy skills in the form of essay questions, scientific attitude of students’ questionnaires, conducted learning observation sheets, and the responses of teachers and students questionnaires. Technical analysis of the data is using IBM SPSS Statistics program 20. The results of the analysis showed that learning using constructivism approach goes in accordance with the Lesson Plan, the increase in quantitative literacy skills and scientific attitude of students before and after study using constructivism approach shown by the N-Gain mean result was 0.491 or medium category and the increase of the quantitative literacy skills of students scientific attitude shown by N-Gain result was 0,154 or low category. The results of this study are the increase of the quantitative literacy skills of students before and after study using the constructivism approach in the subject of environmental pollution is quite significant, while the increase of scientific attitude of students before and after study using the constructivism approach in the subject of environmental pollution is not really significant. The results also showed that the students response to constructivism learning in general is good and positive.

Topic: Other Areas of Education (OAE)


160.

Perception of students against Radicalism: Research on Pesantren in Jabodetabek
Rizqi Maulida, Kholidah Tamami, Firman Maulana, Imam Baihaqi

Perception of Students Against Radicalism: Research On Pesantren in Jabodetabek

This study describes the perception of students on the issue of radicalism. The research method with a survey of 770 students in several schools in Jabodetabek. The respondents consisted of 407 Male students and 363 female students, the results show that 77% are against radicalism, 88 % had never participated radicalism. This is in line with the nawacita boarding school as a place to voice their peace and not hatred. As an educational institution that is patterned to the Indonesian-ness, is expected to provide real solutions to the nation. Applications true Islamic teachings, leads to peace and love. The history of Islam in Indonesia has been noted, pesantren has developed efforts to care for the unity of nationalism. Pesantren partnering with the government and work together in peace and world peace.
Keywords: Perception, Radicalism, Pesantren

Topic: Other Areas of Education (OAE)


161.

MEDIA LITERACY LEARNING FOR SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN IN BANDUNG
Agus Setiaman, Kismiyati El Karimah, Dadang Sugiana, Betty Tresnawaty

In todays era of globalization it is a necessity that we are dealing with mass media either directly or indirectly. Our children live in a world that provide easiness to access media content using smartphones which at the same times allows powerful media giants diffuse the ideology of globalization on daily basis simultaneously.
Media channels the message they produce to the audience and it certainly has a profound influence on the audience. Media literacy is an alternative to empower public amid media powerful forces around us. This concept teaches public on how to engage, interact and being able to access media in smart-critical way to avoid being exploited by media.
Media user/audience who is equipped with media literacy preferences will consciously build a pervasive psychological factor on how to consume the information and reach a conclusion. The conditions where audience accept or reject a message based on their own beliefs/understandings or critical and responsible examination on the idea products or image, and they will not be easily forced by the exerted media message.

Topic: Other Areas of Education (OAE)


162.

MEDIA LITERACY LEARNING FOR SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN IN BANDUNG
Agus Setiaman, Kismiyati El Karimah, Dadang Sugiana, Betty Tresnawaty

In todays era of globalization it is a necessity that we are dealing with mass media either directly or indirectly. Our children live in a world that provide easiness to access media content using smartphones which at the same times allows powerful media giants diffuse the ideology of globalization on daily basis simultaneously.
Media channels the message they produce to the audience and it certainly has a profound influence on the audience. Media literacy is an alternative to empower public amid media powerful forces around us. This concept teaches public on how to engage, interact and being able to access media in smart-critical way to avoid being exploited by media.
Media user/audience who is equipped with media literacy preferences will consciously build a pervasive psychological factor on how to consume the information and reach a conclusion. The conditions where audience accept or reject a message based on their own beliefs/understandings or critical and responsible examination on the idea products or image, and they will not be easily forced by the exerted media message.

Topic: Other Areas of Education (OAE)


163.

Realising Learning Language, Learning through Language, and Learning about Language in an Indonesian university context
Aunurrahman; Fuad Abdul Hamied; Emi Emilia

Education holds the key to a better future for mankind. To achieve a good education, a language plays an important role. Halliday describes the relationship of education and language into three aspects of language development, that is, learning language, learning through language, and learning about language. This paper aims to explore these aspects to accomodate a good education in an Indonesian university context. In brief, learning language means that a language is learned to enable them to communicate in spoken and written forms. Learning through language means that a language is a medium to learn other things such as critical thinking and characters. Learning about language means that a language as an object to be studied such as its grammatical system. In the end, a teaching approach is proposed to achieve a good education in an Indonesian university context.

Topic: Pedagogy (PDG)


164.

The development of Individually Tailored Teacher Development Program
Siti Nurul Azkiyah

Teacher is the most important actor in education and hence there have been various teacher development programs. Yet, many of the programs fail to improve teaching quality which has been found to be the most crucial element within teachers. One of the reasons is the failure to address individual needs of teachers. Therefore, this paper aims to propose individually tailored teacher development program based on the results of the investigation of the difficulty level of teaching skills included in the Dynamic Model of Educational Effectiveness Research. The individual teaching skills in the Dynamic Model represent eight factors of teaching quality i.e. orientation, structuring, modeling, application, questioning, creating classroom as a learning environment, assessment, and time management. These factors are developed based on previous teacher effectiveness research, which concerns teacher behavior that lead to better student outcomes.In this paper, classroom observation was conducted to 59 English teachers to gather the data of teachers’ teaching quality. The Rasch model was used to examine the difficulty level of each teaching skills, which findings revealed that the teaching skills belong to orientation, structuring, modeling, and application were difficult for teachers. These findings imply that the focus of improvement among teachers could be different depending on the teaching skills they have mastered and those they need to improve.

Topic: Pedagogy (PDG)


165.

Strategy Instruction for Improving Reading Comprehension of High School Students
MARIBEL VERGEL BELLEZA

ABSTRACT

This descriptive research identified the reading difficulties and the frequently used language learning strategies of the high school students towards the development of the Strategy Instruction as reflected in the learning plan to enhance the reading comprehension level of the students.
The researcher used the SILL (Strategy Inventory for Language Learning) by Rebecca Oxford (1989) to determine frequency of use of strategies by the students, first trimester periodical exam and teacher’s classroom observation to identify the reading difficulties of the students, and Metropolitan Achievement Test to identify the reading comprehension level of the students before and after the integration of Strategy Instruction (SI).
Results show that the reading difficulties that were identified through the trimestral examination fell under the following categories: vocabulary, noting details, making conclusion, giving personal point of view, and lesson formation. The following student behavior were manifested during the Reading class based on teacher observation: a) Students were passive during the comprehension check-up; failed to respond to questions despite repeated paraphrasing; had difficulty in giving their point of view on certain issues; were unable to organize their thoughts and tended to answer in phrases; b) Students spent much time in reading a selection and in answering comprehension questions; c) They would stop reading when they had difficulty understanding a selection; and d) Some of them fell asleep when given a reading task. They lacked interest in reading.
Findings show that percentages of strategy use changed after the integration of SI. Results of the SILL survey indicated that there was an increase in the percentage of “High” users and a decrease in the percentage of “Medium” users. This is interpreted to mean that the subjects have become better strategy users. Moreover, there is a significant increase in the comprehension level of the students. The post test results of the Metropolitan Achievement Test showed a positive change in the comprehension level of the students in Reading. This gain may be attributed to SI where the students were taught how make use of specific cognitive and metacognitive strategies.
Therefore, Strategy Instruction effectively addressed the comprehension difficulties of the subjects of the study based on the rise in the scores on both the written test and the frequency of strategies used in the cognitive and metacognitive domains and Strategy instruction should stem from defined needs which can be addressed properly

Topic: Pedagogy (PDG)


166.

SELF-CRITICISM ON LPTK AND EDUCATION FOR TEACHER PROFESSION
Ahmad Sofyan

The issue of how to develop the quality teacher is a vital important to the future of education in Indonesia. Because there are many unresolved issues arranging from general low quality uneven distribution, the lack of standardization for institution and teacher. All of these reasons are adding to the problems that already exist and are effecting everyone including stakeholders making major decision. Already more than on million teachers are professionalize by LPTK through PLPG activities or portfolio assessment, but it has proved to not have significantly arisen the quality of education in this country. From the cognitive side, this shows the average low yield and this has affected of not building self-esteem and positive character, additionally the development of essential skills. Now it is time for LPTK to do self-criticism and self-evaluation on various problem and be broken down one by one to get the best solution.

Topic: Pedagogy (PDG)


167.

The Impact of STEM Project-Based Learning Approach on Vocational High School Students Mathematical Communication Ability
Ani Ismayani (ani_ismayani@student.upi.edu), Yaya S. Kusumah (yskusumah@upi.edu)

The study reports the finding of one-group pretest-posttest research and aims to analyze the influence of STEM project-based learning approach sudents’ enhancement on mathematical communication ability. The research involved 36 students of SMKN 1 (Vocational High School) Cianjur, West Jawa, Indonesia, and used a set of mathematical communication ability test as instrument. The research found that the STEM project-based learning has significant impact on students’ enhancement on mathematical communication ability viewed from students’ prior mathematical knowledge (high, medium, and low). The research also found that students’ mathematical ability of high groups are significanlty different from that of medium and low level. So it can be concluded that the impact of the STEM project-based learning works better at high group, while the impact on the group of medium and low students are not much different.

Topic: Pedagogy (PDG)


168.

Auditory Intellectually Repetition (AIR) Learning Model in Enhancing Mathematical Problem Solving Ability of Students in Junior High School
Atin Fathimah (atinfath@student.upi.edu), Yaya S. Kusumah (yskusumah@upi.edu)

The aim of this study is to analyze the enhancement of students mathematical problem solving ability through Auditory Intellectually Repetition (AIR) learning model. This research is quasi-experimental with pretest-posttest control group design. The subject of this research is the seventh grade students at a junior high school in Garut regency in the second semester of the school year 2015/2016, a total of 72 students. Students’ prior mathematical knowledge are grouped into three categories: high, medium, and low. The instrument used in this research consists of mathematical problem solving ability test. By using t-test, t-test, Mann-Whitney test, one-way Anova test, and Kruskal-Wallis test, it can be concluded that: 1) the enhancement of students’ mathematical problem solving ability who worked under AIR learning model is higher than that of students who worked under conventional learning; and 2) the students in the medium category have higher enhancement of the mathematical problem solving ability compared the students in other categories.

Topic: Pedagogy (PDG)


169.

DETERMINANT FACTORS OF MATHEMATICS PROBLEM SOLVING ABILITIES OF SPATIAL, VERBAL, AND MATHEMATICAL LOGIC INTELLIGENCE ASPECTS
Kusaeri, Badrus Sholeh

The purpose of this study was to determine and analyze the direct and indirect effects of three multiple intelligences to mathematical problem solving abilities that include spatial, verbal and mathematical logic intelligences. The study begins with a theoretical study of multiple intelligences that affect the ability of mathematical problem solving. The results are used to build the theoretical structural model of the relationship among the variables studied. The subjects were 280 9th grade students of SMP Negeri 37 Surabaya. Data were collected through mathematical logic intelligence, problem solving ability, and psychological tests. The psychological test is used to measure psychological constructs of spatial and verbal intelligences. Data were analyzed using inferential statistics, path analysis. The results showed that: (1) the mathematical logic intelligence is the main determinant factor in the students’ ability in mathematical problem solving (28.0%), followed by the verbal intelligence (19.3%), then the spatial intelligence (11.8%), and (2) simultaneously, verbal and mathematical logic intelligences have a direct effect on the ability of mathematical problem solving. Each of these intelligences has a contribution of 30.5% and 45%. Meanwhile, the spatial intelligence indirect effect on the ability of mathematical problem solving. Individually or simultaneously, it appears that verbal and mathematical logic intelligences have a direct effect on the ability of mathematical problem solving. It implies that mathematics teachers of SMP/MTS should give more opportunities and stimulus to their students in the form of the problems that test mathematical logic and verbal abilities, if they wanted their students to have the ability of a good mathematical problem solving.


Tujuan penelitian ini untuk mengetahui dan menganalisis pengaruh langsung maupun tidak langsung tiga kecerdasan majemuk terhadap kemampuan pemecahan masalah matematika yang meliputi kecerdasan spasial, verbal dan logis matematis. Penelitian diawali dengan kajian teoritis kecerdasan majemuk yang mempengaruhi kemampuan pemecahan masalah matematika. Hasilnya dimanfaatkan untuk membangun model struktural (jalur) teoritis hubungan antar peubah yang diteliti. Subjek penelitian ini adalah 280 siswa kelas IX SMP Negeri 37 Surabaya. Data dikumpulkan melalui tes kecerdasan logis matematis, tes kemampuan pemecahan masalah dan psikotes. Psikotes digunakan untuk mengukur konstruk psikologi kecerdasan spasial dan kecerdasan verbal. Data dianalisis menggunakan statistika inferensial berupa analisis jalur (path analysis). Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa: (1) kecerdasan logis matematis merupakan faktor determinan terbesar pada kemampuan siswa dalam pemecahan masalah matematika (28,0%), disusul kecerdasan verbal (19,3%), dan kecerdasan spasial (11,8%), dan (2) secara simultan, kecerdasan verbal maupun logis matematis memiliki pengaruh langsung terhadap kemampuan pemecahan masalah matematika. Masing-masing memiliki sumbangan sebesar 30,5% dan 45,%. Sementara itu, kecerdasan spasial berpengaruh tidak langsung terhadap kemampuan pemecahan masalah matematika. Secara sendiri-sendiri maupun simultan, tampak kecerdasan verbal dan logis matematika memiliki pengaruh langsung terhadap kemampuan pemecahan masalah matematika. Ini memiliki makna/implikasi kepada guru matematika SMP/MTS harus lebih banyak memberikan kesempatan dan stimulus kepada siswa berupa permasalahan yang menguji kemampuan logis matematis dan verbal, bila menginginkan anak didiknya memiliki kemampuan pemecahan masalah matematika yang baik.

Topic: Pedagogy (PDG)


170.

DETERMINANT FACTORS OF MATHEMATICS PROBLEM SOLVING ABILITIES OF SPATIAL, VERBAL, AND MATHEMATICAL LOGIC INTELLIGENCE ASPECTS
Kusaeri, Badrus Sholeh

The purpose of this study was to determine and analyze the direct and indirect effects of three multiple intelligences to mathematical problem solving abilities that include spatial, verbal and mathematical logic intelligences. The study begins with a theoretical study of multiple intelligences that affect the ability of mathematical problem solving. The results are used to build the theoretical structural model of the relationship among the variables studied. The subjects were 280 9th grade students of SMP Negeri 37 Surabaya. Data were collected through mathematical logic intelligence, problem solving ability, and psychological tests. The psychological test is used to measure psychological constructs of spatial and verbal intelligences. Data were analyzed using inferential statistics, path analysis. The results showed that: (1) the mathematical logic intelligence is the main determinant factor in the students’ ability in mathematical problem solving (28.0%), followed by the verbal intelligence (19.3%), then the spatial intelligence (11.8%), and (2) simultaneously, verbal and mathematical logic intelligences have a direct effect on the ability of mathematical problem solving. Each of these intelligences has a contribution of 30.5% and 45%. Meanwhile, the spatial intelligence indirect effect on the ability of mathematical problem solving. Individually or simultaneously, it appears that verbal and mathematical logic intelligences have a direct effect on the ability of mathematical problem solving. It implies that mathematics teachers of SMP/MTS should give more opportunities and stimulus to their students in the form of the problems that test mathematical logic and verbal abilities, if they wanted their students to have the ability of a good mathematical problem solving.


Tujuan penelitian ini untuk mengetahui dan menganalisis pengaruh langsung maupun tidak langsung tiga kecerdasan majemuk terhadap kemampuan pemecahan masalah matematika yang meliputi kecerdasan spasial, verbal dan logis matematis. Penelitian diawali dengan kajian teoritis kecerdasan majemuk yang mempengaruhi kemampuan pemecahan masalah matematika. Hasilnya dimanfaatkan untuk membangun model struktural (jalur) teoritis hubungan antar peubah yang diteliti. Subjek penelitian ini adalah 280 siswa kelas IX SMP Negeri 37 Surabaya. Data dikumpulkan melalui tes kecerdasan logis matematis, tes kemampuan pemecahan masalah dan psikotes. Psikotes digunakan untuk mengukur konstruk psikologi kecerdasan spasial dan kecerdasan verbal. Data dianalisis menggunakan statistika inferensial berupa analisis jalur (path analysis). Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa: (1) kecerdasan logis matematis merupakan faktor determinan terbesar pada kemampuan siswa dalam pemecahan masalah matematika (28,0%), disusul kecerdasan verbal (19,3%), dan kecerdasan spasial (11,8%), dan (2) secara simultan, kecerdasan verbal maupun logis matematis memiliki pengaruh langsung terhadap kemampuan pemecahan masalah matematika. Masing-masing memiliki sumbangan sebesar 30,5% dan 45,%. Sementara itu, kecerdasan spasial berpengaruh tidak langsung terhadap kemampuan pemecahan masalah matematika. Secara sendiri-sendiri maupun simultan, tampak kecerdasan verbal dan logis matematika memiliki pengaruh langsung terhadap kemampuan pemecahan masalah matematika. Ini memiliki makna/implikasi kepada guru matematika SMP/MTS harus lebih banyak memberikan kesempatan dan stimulus kepada siswa berupa permasalahan yang menguji kemampuan logis matematis dan verbal, bila menginginkan anak didiknya memiliki kemampuan pemecahan masalah matematika yang baik.

Topic: Pedagogy (PDG)


171.

THEMATIC SCIENTIFIC LEARNING MODEL BASED OF SOFT SKILLS ON PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
Sri Utaminingsih, Murtono, Ika Ari Pratiwi

This research aims 1). to describe for thematic scientific learning on primary school students; 2). to describe soft skill that can be developed to encrease thematic scientific learning quality-; 3) to develop the desingn of thematic scientific learning management model- based soft skills on primary school students; 4). to find out the effetiveness thematic scientific learning management model based soft skill. The methods used in this research is the research and development (RD), by using the use of qualitative and quantitative approaches. Source data obtained from students, teachers, office, community through observation, interviu, documentation and FGD, descriptive data were analyzed according to Miles and Huberm. A preliminary study on the results of the study show that the thematic study on low grade in both categories, while at high class teacher is still less well. the implementation of thematic learning difficulties in integrating intercultural competence a charge lessons, thematic learning still subjects. Attributes of soft skills that are developed are: creative thinking ability, the ability to communicate and cooperation. The design of the model began in the planning stages, namely examining the standard of competence of graduates (SKL), syllabus, core competencies (KI), basic competencies (KD), evaluation, media and methods, characteristics and ability of students of the school. On the learning process using a thematic approach and scientific evaluation as well as authentic. On the limited test indicates that model-based thematic learning management soft skills effectively on a 5% significance level to improve the quality of learning prmary school student classes

Topic: Pedagogy (PDG)


172.

DETERMINANT FACTORS OF MATHEMATICS PROBLEM SOLVING ABILITY TOWARD SPATIAL, VERBAL, AND MATHEMATICAL LOGIC INTELLIGENCE ASPECTS
Kusaeri & Badrus Sholeh


The purpose of this study to know and to analyze the direct and indirect effects of three multiple intelligences of mathematical problem solving ability: spatial, verbal and mathematical logic intelligences. The study start from literature studies of multiple intelligences that effect the ability of mathematical problem solving. These results to build the theoretical structural model of correlation the variables of studies. The subjects were 280 of 9th grade students of SMP Negeri 37 Surabaya. The data were collected by mathematical logic intelligence, problem solving ability, and psychological tests. The psychological test is used to measure psychological constructs of spatial and verbal intelligences. The data analysis used inferential statistics, path analysis. The results showed that: (1) the mathematical logic intelligence is the first determinant factor in the students’ ability in mathematical problem solving (28.0%), the second is the verbal intelligence (19.3%), and the third is spatial intelligence (11.8%); (2) The verbal and mathematical logic intelligences have a direct effect to the ability of mathematical problem solving, simultaneously. Each of these intelligences has a contribution of 30.5% and 45%. Meanwhile, the spatial intelligence indirect effect on the ability of mathematical problem solving. Individually or simultaneously, it appears that verbal and mathematical logic intelligences have a direct effect to the ability of mathematical problem solving. It implies that mathematics teachers of SMP/MTS should give more opportunities and stimulus of mathematical logic problems and verbal abilities to their students, if they want to have a good ability in mathematical problem solving.

Topic: Pedagogy (PDG)


173.

Physics Class Program Development for Preservice Teachers of Mathematics to Improve Mathematical Ability Construction Graph On Kinematics Concepts
Dede Trie Kurniawan*, Andi Suhandi**, Ida Kaniawati**, Dadi Rusdiana**

In this paper described how the basic physics lectures should be given to preservice teachers of mathematics in order to comply his math literacy competence. Physics lectures for preservice teachers of mathematics have mainly seen as a form of knowledge rather than as a form of thinking or a way to investigate the mathematical literacy grinding. This is why the results of the physics lectures have not shown significant benefits the competence of preservice teachers of mathematics. One of the competences of the preservice teachers of mathematics is the ability to think mathematically process. This paper aims to describe the achievement of one of the skills that mathematical thought processes of representation and construction. As for the indicators construction graph mathematical ability are making a conjecture, interpretation of charts, graphs construction, solutions to problems, Construction of mathematical models, the graphical representation and extrapolation graph. One study was conducted in Mathematics Education Private LPTK Cirebon. Subjects of this study is the seventy-first year students who took the course the basic physics of the school year 2016/2017. The instrument used was TUGK (Test Of Understanding Graphic Kinematics). From the results of research it is known that preservice mathematics teachers have high achievement on the indicators Interpretation of graphs and mathematical models. But still low for Using Graphics and mathematical models used in problem solving.

Topic: Pedagogy (PDG)


174.

Mathematical Understanding Ability, Mathematical Communication, and Mathematical Anxiety of MTs. Student in Brain Based Learning
Taufiqulloh Dahlan,S.Pd.,M.Pd.

The aim of this study is to analyze the influence of brain based learning, the enhancement of mathematical understanding, mathematical communication ability and mathematical anxiety reduction of Junior High School students. In addition, the relation between student’s mathematical understanding, mathematical communication ability and mathematical anxiety is study also. Subjects in this study is one among the students of class VII MTs. which exists. The method which is used is quasi experiment with non equivalent control group design. The sampling technique is purposive sampling. Instruments which is used are pretes, postest, observation sheet, interview and questionnaire of student’s mathematical anxiety reduction. Data analysis was conducted by using SPSS 20 software and Ms.Excel 2010. Results of study which are obtained are (1) The enhancement of mathematical understanding ability of students who received brain based learning is better than students who received conventional learning, (2) The enhancement of mathematical communication ability of students who received brain based learning is better than students who received conventional learning, (3) There is no difference of mathematical anxiety of students who received brain based learning and students who received conventional learning, (4) there is positif relation between student’s mathematical understanding ability and student’s mathematical communication ability, (5) there is negatif relation between student’s mathematical understanding ability and student’s mathematical anxiety, (6) there is negatif relation between student’s mathematical communication ability and student’s mathematical anxiety.

Topic: Pedagogy (PDG)


175.

Analyzing Teachers’ Teaching Practice in Mathematics Classroom: The Role of Rich Mathematical Task to Improve Teachers’ Teaching Practice and Enhance Students’ Mathematics Performance.
Fitriati, Zainal Abidin Suardja, Rita Novita

One major concern in mathematics education in Indonesia is poor performance of student. This low achievement appears both in the National Assessment (UN) and international comparative study such as PISA and TIMSS. Many reasons have been advanced to explain these phenomena. Among the serious reasons are teacher instructions approach which much rely on traditional method, lack of mathematics activity doing by students in the classroom, lack of learning resources, and low motivation of teacher to face new change in 21th century education. Therefore, the aim of this study is to analyze teachers’ teaching practice in mathematics classroom to find the actual their problems so that the solution can be suggest. The study also discuss how rich mathematical tasks could be a potential solution for the problem. 9 mathematics teachers and 100 students from 6 junior high schools in Banda Aceh were involved in the survey. The study fond that the majority of teachers still use the procedural approach in teaching mathematics, they mainly use text book provided by the ministry of education and the students activities provided in the classroom not challenge students to solve real world problems. This indicates that the teacher habits does not change overtime even the new curriculum has mandated them to teach using problem based teaching. The study suggests the rich tasks as a new approach to improve teachers’ teaching practice as well as to enhance students’ mathematics performance.

Topic: Pedagogy (PDG)


176.

Student’s Biodiversity Attitude of Ciptagelar Indigenous Village, Cisolok Subdistic-Sukabumi Distric
Himalaya Wana Kelana1) Topik Hidayat2) Ari Widodo3)

This study was aimed to obtain information about student’s biodiversity attitude in SMP Negeri 4 Cisolok Satu Atap as young generation an indigenous people of Kasepuhan Ciptagelar. The rational for this study is accustomed to living with nature which surrounded forest with great wisdom and care, student’s should have a good attitude to biodiversity. This is descriptive research. The data of student’s biodiversity attitude was conducted through questionnaire which consisted of 25 questions rated on a Likert-type scale. The study consist of 30 participants from grade 7, 8 and 9. The result showed student’s biodiversity attitude is 78% categorized as good.

Topic: Pedagogy (PDG)


177.

PENDIDIKAN BUDAYA DAN KARAKTER BANGSA BERBASIS KEARIFAN LOKAL BALI MELALUI INTEGRASI DALAM PEMBELAJARAN IPS
I Wayan Kertih

Penelitian ini berangkat dari permasalahan semakin melunturnya nilai-nilai karakter kebangsaan masyarakat sebagai dampak dari terjadinya fenomena perubahan sosial budaya di era globalisasi ini. Penelitian ini secara umum bertujuan menjelaskan konteks sosial budaya masyarakat, baik pada lingkup kehidupan masyarakat lokal, nasional, maupun global terhadap penyelenggaraan program pendidikan yang berorientasi pengembangan nilai-nilai budaya dan karakter bangsa di SMP Negeri 1 Singaraja. Secara khusus, penelitian ini bertujuan menjelaskan praktik-praktik pembudayaan nilai-nilai karakter bangsa yang dilakukan di lingkungan sekolah dan dalam pembelajaran IPS serta implikasi/dampak yang ditimbulkannya.Penelitian ini menggunakan desain penelitian etnografi pendidikan, yang melibatkan seluruh sivitas sekolah, komite sekolah, dan tokoh-tokoh masyarakat. Analisis data dalam penelitian ini dilakukan dengan pendekatan kualitatif. Hasil penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa konteks sosial budaya masyarakat, secara langsung maupun tidak langsung turut mewarnai iklim pendidikan di SMP Negeri 1 Singaraja. Konteks sosial budaya masyarakat yang telah terakomodasi dalam visi sekolah, yakni: “Unggul, Berbudaya, dan Berorientasi Global” inilah dijadikan sebagai landasan filosofis, sosiobudaya, dan psikologis dalam penyelenggaraan praktik pendidikan sekolah secara umum, dan dalam pembelajaran IPS. Praktik pendidikan yang tidak terlepas dari konteks kemasyarakatan tersebut, telah mampu mewujudkan lingkungan sekolah sebagai media karakterisasi yang kuat bagi seluruh sivitas sekolah, dan sebagai proses pemberdayaan peserta didik untuk mengembangkan pengetahuan dan wawasan, nilai-nilai dan sikap, serta keterampilan sosial secara partisipatif dalam pembelajaran terhadap kehidupan sosial budaya lokal, nasional, dan global. Penciptaan iklim pendidikan berbasis konteks sosial budaya masyarakat tersebut berdampak pada proses dan hasil belajar siswa, yang antara lain diindikasikan oleh pencapaian nilai rata-rata mata pelajaran IPS melampaui target ketuntasan belajar (KKM), dan kemampuan pengetahuan, nilai/sikap, keterampilan sosial dengan kategori sangat baik.Sesuai dengan hasil penelitian di atas, diajukanlah rekomendasi kebijakan, antara lain: perlunya penciptaan iklim belajar berbasis pada nilai-nilai kearifan lokaldan tradisi masyarakat yang melingkupinya, penerapan kepemimpinan demokratis; pengembangan kurikulum dengan pendekatan rekonstruksi sosial. mengembangkan materi, media dan sumber belajar, metode, dan penilaian belajar dan pembelajaran IPS yang kontekstual dan autentik.
Kata Kunci: Pendidikan budaya dan karakter bangsa, Pendidikan IPS, Kearifan lokal.

The research departed from the societies increasingly degrading national character values as an impact of the phenomena of social and cultural transformations in this globalization era. In general, it aimed to explain the social and cultural contexts of the societies, both in the scope of local, national, and global, on the administration of educational programs oriented at developing cultural values and national character at State Junior Secondary School 1 Singaraja. Specifically, it aimed to explain the practices of cultivation of national character values in the school environment and in the teaching and learning of social studies as well as the consequent implications. The research employed educational ethnography design, involving all academic civitas (the principal, teachers, and employees), school committee, and community leaders. The data were analyzed using qualitative approach. The research results demonstrate that the social and cultural contexts of the societies, both directly and indirectly, are involved in giving color to the educational atmosphere at State Junior Secondary School 1 Singaraja. It is the societies socio-cultural contexts accommodated in the school’s vision, namely: “Excellent, Civilized, and Globally-Oriented” which are made the philosophical, socio-cultural, and psychological bases in the administration of educational practices in general and in the teaching and learning of social studies. The educational practices inseparable from the social contexts have been able to embody a school environment as a strong medium for characterization for all the academic civitas and for the students empowerment to develop knowledge and insight, values and attitude, and social skills participatorily in the teaching and learning of the local, national, and global socio-cultural lives. The creation of such educational atmosphere has an impact in the process and results of student learning, showed there were indications that the students can to reach min mark score past to passing grade target, and the best categoryknowledge, values/attitude, and social skill competence. According to these research findings, some recommendations were developed, namely: the necessary to develop the creation of such educational atmosphere learning inseparable from lokal wisdom and social traditions, the practicing of democratic leadership; social studies curriculum on the basis of social reconstruction approach; the need to develop content, model or approach, resources, media teaching and learning social studies contextual and autentic assessment.
Keywords: Cultural and national character education, Social ttudies, Local wisdom.

Topic: Pedagogy (PDG)


178.

THE IMPLEMENTATION OF GOVERNMENT’S LAW ON THE MANAGEMENT OF ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS EDUCATION IN THE COMMUNITY
Diah Fatma Sjoraida, Awing Asmawi, Dede Mariana, Rully Khairul Anwar

The study was to make an in-depth systematic analysis of the implementation of the government’s law on the management of Islamic religious education in the community. This study employed the multiple case-study method. The cases were three Muslim communities, all located in the City of Tasikmalaya. The communities were in three categories: traditional, modern, and combination. Interviews, observations, and document analyses were used to collect data. Path analysis is also used to comprehend the implementation of Islamic religious education from the highest level of government’s law to the implementation on the level of society. The findings showed that all the rules could be performed by the communities and the assisting government, especially in the Ministry of Religious Affairs from the ministry level to the religious affair offices in sub-districts.

Topic: Pedagogy (PDG)


179.

PATTERNS OF LEADERSHIP OF RELIGIOUS LEADERS IN DEVELOPING ISLAMIC BOARDING SCHOOLS
Ineu Purwadewi Sundari, Cucu Sugyati, Machroni Kusuma, Dede Mariana

The study was to make an in-depth systematic analysis of the roles and contributions of religious leaders in the development of rural villages in Java. This study employed the multiple case-study method. The cases were three large pesantrens and three small pesantrens, all located in the District of Tasikmalaya. The pesantrens were in three categories: traditional, modern, and combination. Interviews, observations, and document analyseis were used to collect data. The findings showed that pesantrens developed and implemented their own development plans, both for their own development and for rural development, as most pesantrens located in the rural areas. In the whole program of the development, the religious leaders played their central roles.

Topic: Pedagogy (PDG)


180.

THE FACTORS OF AFFECTING ACHIEVEMENT STUDENTS IN PRIMARY EDUCATION TEACHER STATE UNIVERSITY IN INDONESIA
Sita Ratnaningsih

The aim of this study was to find out the relation the factors of affecting achievement students in primary education teacher state University in Indonesia.
The method of this research use survey method, correlation type, from 1008 of university students, 205 was taken as the sample. Inquiry has been use to collecting the data and analyzed using SEM (Structural Equation Modelling) analysis technique with the AMOS 4.10 program.
Result of the research are : 1) the average of perception level of students about educator proffesion, the role of the lecturer, class climate, the library service, and the study motivation students are the high category, 2) the develop model is good (fit), 3) there is a direct relation and also the indirect relation between the variabels.
Implication from the research that has been done, from each of the five variables researched results show there is a relationship which is quite high with student achievement, so to parties Leaders at the State University of Indonesia, which has a program Elementary School Teacher should be able to give more attention to all five of these factors, so that the educational achievement of students of primary school teachers in Indonesia can achieve a good average, in line with expectations of the Institute.

Topic: Pedagogy (PDG)


181.

Implementation of Asking and Group Competition Learning Strategies to Improve Students’ Creative Thinking Skills
Desi Fitria Wulandari1,2, Nuryani Rustaman2, Agus Setiawan2, Ida Hamidah2

Based on a literature review, in order to improve students' creative thinking skills, it had been proposed a Physics Learning Strategy base of Asking activities and group Competition (PLSAC). This learning strategy consist of learning activities together (cooperative learning), reading, asking questions, looking for possible answers, competition in the group, and ended with reflections. The aim of this research is to examine PLSAC implementation and its impact to the students’ creative thingking skills. The research was carried out by using quasi experimental method. Senior High School students at XII grade in Tasikmalaya West Java were chosen as the subject of this research and two classes were taken as sample on the topic of sound. This research revealed that the student which used PLSAC significantly had more creative thinking skills than those student that used conventional method. The average of N-gain of creative thinking skills for experiment class was 0,36, it included as medium improvement while for control class was 0,22, it included as low improvement. The result was supprorted by the positive responses of teachers and students on the implemented learning strategies. It can be concluded that PLSAC is better than conventional learning strategies in improving the students’ creative thinking skills.

Topic: Pedagogy (PDG)


182.

Examining Teacher’s planning Perception on System Approach
Meilinda (1,2, Nuryani Rustaman(2, Harry Firman (2, Bayong Tjasyono (3

To understand science context in a holistic manner, besides integrated approach, some science education standard such as AAA (2009), NSC (1999) and NRC (2012) recommend system approach. The system approach has a little different way from cross-cutting themes that teacher used to. This study analyzed questionnaire and interview data on planning perceptions to system approach from 51 science teachers from two provinces of South Sumatra and West Java. Questionnaire respondents are asked to rate they perception about planning, assignment and assessment based on system approach. The result is, although teachers have never attended training on learning-based system, their expectation the material character and curriculum makes they did some learning approach mainly on biology material systems such as organ systems, network systems, cells, and the organization of life. From planning, assignments and assessments which are carried out, teachers are more likely to make the planning and assignment-based system but are not parallel with assesment. Planning and assignment-based system are emphasized in the introduction when teacher tries to connect the material they have learned and will be learned as well as the enrichment of tasks, but not the assessment with. This is because of the focus of teachers assessment and curriculum demands over the content learned at that time. In addition, teachers are not accustomed to linking biological materials, physics and chemistry in a system, what they do is link it with the theme of learning so in the context of global warming / climate change, which should be used as an alternative system to the content of biological, physical and chemical taught as a matter of context on humans and the environment. The impact solutions are that they teach to students in the form of a populist solution is not a solution-based content.

Topic: Pedagogy (PDG)


183.

Converting power point to be digital book; A powerful resource for 21st learning
Neneng Windayani & Dedi Sulaeman

Power Point is one of Microsoft Products. It is used mostly by many people in the world to present the materials in the presentation. Beside for presentation, Power Point has also many features to be developed in interactive ways both as a source of the learning and also as a method of integrating all materials beginning from the course outline, lesson plan, students’ assignment, our own tutorial video until the core subject of our own teaching resources. Naturally, the learning media is available abundantly, the teacher then just provide all materials such as syllabi, lesson plan, the videos, the tutorials, images, charts, graphics, power point itself, the e-books and all things related to the subject, then modified into a digibook (digital book) in which they are all arranged, designed artistically all at once. By integrating all resources to be within in the power point that can be transferred into the smartphone, it is believed that maximizing the use of Power Point can develop powerful teaching for theses days’ 21st learning that can access wherever and whenever they are willing to learn.

Topic: Ubiquitous Learning (OBL)


184.

Developing Dynamic Instructional Media to Promote Explorative Activities in Geometry Lesson
Sariyasa

The main purpose of this study was to develop instructional media to accompany teaching material of selected topics in plane geometry for junior high school in Bali. To do so, a development study was conducted following Plomp’s developmental model. Based on the results of need assessment and analysis of instructional process in the classroom, it was found that one of the problems is teachers’ difficulties in delivering geometry instruction. This is partly due to the unavailability of appropriate learning media. Computer-aided learning together with dynamics mathematics software is a promising solution to this problem. To achieve this, a number of instructional media has been developed based on GeoGebra. The developed media is dynamic and explorative in nature. The use of such media are expected to bring geometry classroom into live in the sense that students could actively engege in the process of learning achievement both physically and mentally. With the aid of these media, students are able to explore the geometry objects by dragging them with mouse, to observe what going on during dragging process, to discuss with the counterpart to formulate conjectures, and facilitated by teachers, students draw conclusions. These learning process is in line with the scientific approach being reinforced in the curriculum. In addition, these activities provide opportunity for students to develop some mathematical competencies and higher order thinking skills. In this way, internalization of geometry concepts occurs constructively and thus, last longer in students’ cognitive structure.

Topic: Ubiquitous Learning (OBL)


185.

The Use of a Decomposed TPB to Analyze The Factor of Social Media Using in Entrepreneurial Vocational Students
Yeni Yuniarti, Nanang Fattah, Kusnendi

The purpose of this research is to analyze the factors which influencing the use of social media for being entrepreneurial. This study integrate the models of Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) and Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB) which will be known as Decomposition Theory of Planned Behaviour (DTPB). The data is taken from survey conducted by the 186 vocational students in technology, information and communication areas of expertise which had used social media as media for selling their products or services. Data processing techniques using Structural Equation Model (SEM) based on Partial Least Square (PLS) tools using smartPLS 2.0 M3. The result of this study concluded perceived usefullness and perceived ease of used have positive influence to student attitude, interpersonal influence dan external influence give positive influence to subjective norm. Self efficacy and conditioning facility technology give positive influence to perceived control behaviour. Attitude, subjective norm and perceived control behaviour are the factors which have positive influence to intention of using social media for being entrepreneurial. Attitude factor has the biggest influence that will increase the students intention of using social media for being entrepreneurial, comparing with subjective norm and perceive control behaviour. The research result support TPB and TAM, that attitude was the important factor which determine the intention to act.

Topic: Ubiquitous Learning (OBL)


186.

The Characteristics of Web-Based Learning to Enhance Interconnection of Multiple Levels of Representation Competence Preservice Chemistry Teachers
Ida Farida: Liliasari: Dwi H.Widyantoro: Wahyu Sopandi

Based on consideration that the effectiveness of teaching and learning in school depend on teachers’ competence, it should endeavor to increase the professional competence of student teachers through provisioning competence of interconnection of multiple levels of representation (IMLR). Thus, we develop a model course that is expected to overcome limitations of the course through face-to-face, through a web-based learning (e-learning). The web-based learning model has characteristics to: develop the students IMLR ability through multimodal representations with assignments and probing questions; create social atmosphere through online discussion forum activity and online assessment as feedback of learning performance. The design model was validated by experts judgment and limited tryout to 31 students, then performed a model revision. The revised model was implemented to 37 students using quasi-experiments method. Implemented model showed that: 1) Students’ ability in IMLR increased in each topic of chemical equilibrium on aqueous solution; 2) Students had better ability to resolve the problem with interconnection pattern starting from macroscopic to submicroscopic and symbolic rather than starting from submicroscopic to symbolic and macroscopic; 3) Students gave positive response to the model. Therefore the model are: facilitating learning in multimodal representation, improve understanding of submicroscopic level, changing of problem solving abilities patterns of macroscopic-symbolic into six interconnection patterns and improve student learning patterns. Limitations of the model are: not adaptive in accessing web features, had less rapid feedback and lack of description of essay question scoring, depend on availability internet bandwidth and hosting capacity.

Topic: Ubiquitous Learning (OBL)


187.

CONVERTING POWER POINT TO BE DIGITAL BOOK; A POWERFUL RESOURCE FOR 21ST LEARNING
Neneng Windayani, Dedi Sulaeman

ABSTRACT
Power Point is one of Microsoft Products. It is used mostly by many people in the world to present the materials in the presentation. Beside for presentation, Power Point has also many features to be developed in interactive ways both as a source of the learning and also as a method of integrating all materials beginning from the course outline, lesson plan, students’ assignment, our own tutorial video until the core subject of our own teaching resources. Naturally, the learning media is available abundantly, the teacher then just provide all materials such as syllabi, lesson plan, the videos, the tutorials, images, charts, graphics, Power Point itself, the e-books and all things related to the subject, then modified into a digibook (digital book) in which they are all arranged, designed artistically all at once. By integrating all resources to be within in the power point that can be transferred into the smartphone, it is believed that maximizing the use of Power Point can develop powerful teaching for theses days’ 21st learning that can access wherever and whenever they are willing to learn.

Topic: Ubiquitous Learning (OBL)


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