Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Education Innovation (ICEI 2017)

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The Existence of Schools as Professional Learning Community (PLC)

Ahmad Furqon, Aan Komariah, Djaman Satori, Asep Suryana
The main objective of this research was to depict school as professional learning community (PLC) as a way of continuous professional development (CPD). In this research, case study is used with 4 stages namely: (1) pre-field; (2) field work; (3) data analysis, and (4) evaluation and reporting. The findings...
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The Implementation of Socialization, Externalization, Combination, and Internalization (SECI) Through EDMODO Application to Improve Student Group's Learning Outcomes

Agustian Prasetya, Kamang Taroreh
The purpose of this study is to implement SECI through ED-MODO in classroom learning as well as to improve student group's learning outcomes in terms of their cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains. This study utilized an application program named EDMODO as an assisting media in the process of...
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The Influence of Realistic Mathematics Education (RME) Approach on Students' Mathematical Representation Ability

Ahmad Fauzan, Edwin Musdi, Riri Yani
In this research, the researchers compared mathematical repre-sentation ability between the students who were taught using Realistic Mathematics Education (RME) and those who were taught using conventional approach, according to their gender and learning styles. This quasi experimental research was carried...
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The Development of Contextual Teaching and Learn-ing-Based Comic as a Learning Media for Elementary School Students

Ais Rosyida, Mr. Mustaji, Waspodo Subroto
The research aimed at developing and testing the validity, practi-cality, as well as the effectiveness of learning a learning media in the form of comic based on Contextual Teaching and Learning (CTL) on Social studies. Observation model and development model (R&D) of Borg and Gall used were the research....
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The Use of Project-Based Learning Using Visual Art to Increase Students' Interest and Creativity

Ajin Prianji, Wahono Widodo, Tjandra Kirana
The aim of this study was to produce a valid, practical, and effective learning material for project-based learning using visual art to increase the elementary school students' interest and creativity. This research was conducted through three stages of 4-D model contrived by Thiagarajan et al. The results...
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Factors Affecting Individual Resilience

Amien Wahyudi, Siti Partini
Resilience is a skill ability, knowledge, or insight that acts as an individual effort to overcome difficulties and to face future challenges. This study seeks to explain several factors that affect individual resilience. The method used in this study is literature study. Data were analyzed using descriptive...
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The Development of Discovery Learning Model With SETs Approach For Science Learning in Junior High School

Ani Hidayati, Yatim Riyanto, Luthfiyah Nurlela
This study aimed at developing the discovery learning model with SETs approach for science learning. This research used research and development (R&D) design proposed by Borg and Gall's model that was modified into nine steps. The subjects of the try-out were the eighth-grade students in junior high...
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Knowledge Transfer in Promoting Entrepreneurship

Anik Wahjuningsih, Mr. Supriyono, Umi Dayati
Vocational education aims to prepare students to get jobs. More-over, it should be able to demonstrate a set of working skills that are needed in working place and able to promote business. How-ever, job skills are most exposure in entrepreneurship ability. It can conclude that knowledge transfer in...
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The Effectiveness of Bibliotherapy to Decrease Negative Thoughts Towards Children with Special Need

Ari Khusumadewi, Ericha Sholecha, Mr. Ifdil
The aim of this research is to test the effectiveness of bibliothera-py technique to decrease students' negative thoughts toward spe-cial need children. This research was conducted in an inclusion school where interactions between special need children and normal students are managed. One group pre-test...
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Career maturity of guidance and counseling students at the Yogyakarta State University

Fathur Bahrinsyah
. The study aims to map the maturity of career guidance and counseling students which includes self-appraisal ability, work information, goal selection ability, planning ability, and skill in solving problems related to career development tasks. In approach, it used the explorative-descriptive research...
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Rasch Model Measurements as Tools in Assesment for Learning

Bambang Sumintono
Assessment for learning means to provide good information for teachers to help students learning better. Besides tools from the Classical Test Theory (CTT) approach that usually used by teacher, other approach which is called as objective measurement that based on probability is an alternative that can...
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The Implementation of School Literacy Movement in Elementary School

Bambang Yulianto, Faridahtul Jannah, Ms. Nurhidayah, Prima Asteria
The Launching of School Literacy Movement (SLM) is intended to involve schools, academics, publishers, mass media, and the public in order to support the reading habituation of students. Data were taken in SD Laboratorium Unesa and SDN 21 Ampenan at West Nusa Tenggara. The research involves the im-plementation...
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Anger Management in Adolescents Behind Romantic Breakup: Implementation of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy

Budi Purwoko, Fifi Fitriyah
Romantic relationship is a common phenomenon in adolescents. 112 of 263 adolescents aged 16-17 years old in this study had experienced in romantic relationship, 30 of them were breakup. This romantic breakup was positively correlated with anger (? = 0.64). The study aims to test the anger management...
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Educational Technologist Competencies At School

Mr. Budiyono, Mr. Haryono, Yuli Utanto, Edi Subkhan
Education is the answer to the changes and development of sciences and technologies. This research was conducted to strengthen and accelerate the effort to improve the education quality at school level. This research analyzed the need of educational technologist competencies to develop the applied model...
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The Ability of Math Teachers to Develop Higher-Order Thinking Tasks

Mr. Burhanuddin, Mr. Sugiman
This study aims to describe the ability of junior high school math teachers to develop higher-order thinking tasks in Kutai Timur district. The kind of research was a survey with documentation method. A number of respondents were 34 math teachers of jun-ior high school which certified in Kutai Timur...
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Individual Student Planning: A Comparison Between United States and Indonesia

Caraka Bhakti, Agus Kumara, Budi Astuti, Mr. Suwarjo
This article presents a comparison of individual student planning between United States and Indonesia, providing history and de-velopment of individual student planning, issues and trends of individual student planning, individual student planning strate-gies, and the implementation of individual student...
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Teaching Self-Regulated Learning in Classrooms

Carlo Magno, Dave Cayado
The purpose of this paper is to look at various ways on how self-regulation is conducted in schools in order to promote better aca-demic performance among learners. Different studies were re-viewed where self-regulation was implemented as an instructional intervention with different measures of performance....
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Inquiry / Discovery-Based Instruction to Improve Critical Thinking Skills and Mastery of Physics Concepts

Choirul Huda, Sudi Aji, Muhammad Hudha, Mr. Wartono, F. Gamat
Inquiry/discovery-based instruction is a teaching model that en-ables students actively and independently discover and acquire their knowledge. The role of the teacher is only as a facilitator that guides them to discover and solve the problems they encounter. Using one group pretest and postest design,...
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Enhancing concentration through Dayak's beaded crafts

D.N. Rahayu, P.A. Putri, L. Puji
The purpose of this study is to find out the concentration enhancement of Elementary Students after they were given the Dayak's beaded craft beading training. The design of the study is quantitative by experimental approach. The sample of this research was 30 elementary students of SD 001 Samarinda Ilir....
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Problem based learning model assisted edmodo

Dana Setyowati, Mr. Nasution, Ismet Basuki
The purpose of this study is to improve the competence of learners' knowledge in social studies by applying problem-based learning model that assisted Edmodo on web-based learning. This research used a quantitative experimental research with pre-test group design and post-test control. The sample group...
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The Influence of Cooperative Learning Model of Think Pair Square with Problem Posing Task on Students' Mathematics Learning Outcome

Mr. Darsono
This study aims to look into the influence of coperative learning model of think pair share (TPS) with problem-posing task on students' learning outcomes as well as analyze the students' responses toward the learning model and the effectiveness of the learning model after the treatment on the topic of...
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Guidance and Counseling of Capital Social-Based Entrepreneurial Training of Package C Program

Dayat Hidayat
The study analyzes entrepreneurial guidance and counseling and capital social-based entrepreneurial training of a package C program. This study used literature analysis method by doing acomparative study of various sources and conducted in-depth analysis to find a conclusion that could be justified scientifically....
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Cinema Therapy to Improve The Counselor?s Understanding about Dealing with Feeling Skills for Students

Denok Setiawati, Evi Winingsih
The research has the purpose to know the utilization of cinema therapy to improve the counselor's understanding about dealing with feeling skills for students. The skills consist of how to know, understand and express the feeling in the right situation. The kind of this research is qualitative research....
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The Impact of Self-Regulated Learning to Wards on The Ability to Understand A Concept of Pratical Chemical Engineering Operation

Dwi Lestariningsih, Lutfiyah Nurlaela, Andi Mariono
The purpose of this research is to reveal the impact of self-regulated learning on the result of a learning, especially the ability to understand the concept of practical chemical engineering oper-ation. Self-regulated learning is an ability that can be measured through the level of participation, it...
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Career guidance for self-knowledge and occupation knowledge of cerebral palsy students in Special Senior High School

Endang Sartinah
This research aims to examine the effectiveness of career guidance service product for self-knowledge and occupation knowledge through the advisability and accuracy test. This research use Borg & Gall research and development procedure, with the used of two-cycle steps, including (1) main field test...
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Leadership attitude through the acts of planning in the management and development of Inclusive School

Endang Purbaningrum
This research was aimed at revealing the leadership attitude through the acts of planning which grown by each school member in an inclusive school. This research used a qualitative approach within a case study design. The data collection techniques used in this research were interviews and observations....
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The effect of music Mnemonic and Flash Cards to increase fourth grade students' english vocabulary acquisition

Eunike Winoto, Sugoto Sugoto, Ananta Yudiarso
The purpose of this quasi-experimental study was to examine the effect of music mnemonic and flash cards in enhancing grade 4 students' English vocabulary acquisition. The participants were 30 students, aged 9-11 years old, who had low capability in second language (English) vocabulary acquisition. The...
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The Development of Learning Tools Based on SETS with Interactive Multimedia to Improve Science Learning Outcomes

Fajar Setiawan, Mr. Mustaji, Wahono Widodo
The purpose of this research is to produce a learning tool based on SETS with interactive multimedia to improve science learning outcomes. Feasibility is seen from the results of validation, practicality, and effectiveness. This research uses Dick and Carey model with Pretest-Posttest One Group Design....
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Youth narcissistic and aggression: A challenge for guidance and counseling service in University

Fifi Fitriyah, Budi Purwoko
University student is the next generation of nation that must have a good character, so must be avoided from narcissistic and aggression. The purpose of this study was to explore the phenomenon and to test the relations. Amazing results about the profile of Indonesian students about narcissistic. A study...
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Problem based learning model assisted edmodo

Fitriana Sari, Mr. Supana, Sarwiji Suwandi
This qualitative descriptive research aimed to (1) describe the content of character education value viewed from the philosophical meaning of Javanese script, (2) improve the character of students through Javanese script. Semiotic system approach of Pierce was used to analyze the objects of research...
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The Development of Cognitive Behavior Therapy Guidebook to Improve Self-efficacy of People with HIV/AIDS

Najlatun Naqiyah, Bambang Wiyono, Citra Kholidya
The purpose of this research is to produce Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) guidebook for people with HIV/AIDS (PWHA) that fulfill the criteria of acceptability, i.e. utility, accuracy, and feasibility aspects. This research uses Borg & Gall development model. The data collection instrument used in this...
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The use of primary documents on literature history in primary scholl

Ganes Gunansyah, Nanda Novayanti
This study aims to determine the effect of the use of primary documents against the literacy of the students of 5th grade Al-Azhar Mojokerto Islamic Plus Primary School. This research uses Quasi Experimental Design research design in the form of Non-equivalent Control Group Design with instrument test....
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Organizational justice analysis on employees satisfaction and performance in Faculty of education Universitas Negeri Surabaya

Gunarti Lestari
Influencing is the core of educational leadership. The ability to influence people is a necessary 'strength' and 'way', so onehas the power and creative in creating a way to move towards achieving goals. The justice of the institution to its each employee has an effect on the job satisfaction and performance...
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The effect of virtual labs toward students' understanding of physics based on gender

Gunawan, Nina Nisrina, Ni Made Suranti, Ria Ekasari, L. Herayanti
The concept of physics consists of concrete and abstract concepts. Students should be able to master the concept of physics as well as to be able to solve problems in physics. Students' concept mastery can be improved with technology-based learning. The study was conducted at three different high schools....
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The profile of adolescent' moral intelligence and practical solution to its improvement efforts

Hardi Prasetiawan, Muya Barida
High moral quality is needed by adolescent to be success in their personal and educational life. Those who have high morale quality can be considered as morally intelligent Individuals. This study is aimed to collect information about adolescents' moral intelligent by using moral intelligence Instrument...
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The development of computer-based career guidance application program for senior high school students

Mr. Hartono, Boy Soedarmadji
The purpose of this research is to find a solution to the problem of senior high school students, by developing an application program of computer-based career guidance as a tool to increase the intensity of senior high school students' self-knowledge, career-knowledge, and independence in career choice,...
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Ethnopuitics of puppetry "javanese suluk" as language and art learning material

Heru Subrata, Setya Yuwana, Udjang Pairin
Puppetry or puppet artwork is original art that has great value as a cultural heritage of Indonesia. Works of art of puppetry or puppet has a variety of styles (gagrag), including the style of Surakarta, Yogyakarta style, and the style of Jawatimuran. To distinguish between the styles (gagrag) with each...
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Primary Literacy Program: Integrating Reading and Writing in The Classroom

Ida Dewi, Ni Nyoman Padmadewi, Luh Artini
This study aims at describing literacy program which integrates reading and writing in English for young learner classes in North Bali Bilingual Schools. The study follows a descriptive qualitative design, involving 4 teachers, school principal and 56 students of grade 4, 5, and 6. The data are collected...
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Normalization strategy as the concept of power in the dutch-indies literature: michel foucault critical discourse analysis perspective

Ida Sukowati
The background of this research problem is an attempt to prove that literature as collective consciousness product, in this case the Indies Literature, is not an isolated production form, but always influenced by certain power, social and economic system, so it is a discourse that can be used as a tool...
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Analysis The Development of Gross Motor and Emotional-Social Skills in Terms of Characteristics of Parents in Kindergarten Children

Jannatul Ma'wa
This study aims to analyze the development of gross motor and emotional social in terms of characteristics of parents that are democratic, authoritarian, and permissive. This research uses descriptive research with a qualitative approach. The research instrument used is observation sheet and an interview...
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The Implementation of Physical Fitness Learning Module in Kindergarten

Kartika Adhe, Muchammad Ardha, Chang-Bin Yang, Fifukha Khory, Totok Harianto, Kukuh Putra
The Physical education in early childhood could provide more chances for student to develop their physical ability and motoric development by a variety of physical exercise. This research aims to develop an ideal lesson plan of physical education which is suitable and worthwhile for early childhood student...
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The Effect of Paikem Learning Model within Direct Instruction and Cooperative Learning Setting towards 9th Graders Learning Mastery

Khusniatus Shobikhah
One of primary reasons of learning in the curriculum 2013 is based on strategy which is principled on PAIKEM learning. This study aimed at knowing students' learning mastery and students' response. Type of this research is Classroom Action Research that consists of 2 cycles with formative test and questionnaire...
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Applying Online Media for High School Students

Khusnul Khotimah, Ms. Sulistiowati
This study aims to develop an online learning media on nutrition and reproduction material, and to determine the effectiveness of the media. The method was based on Research and Development model by Plomp (1997) through five stages: investigation, design, realization, evaluation and implementation. The...
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Exploring The Use of Literacy Strategies in Junior High School Level

Kisyani Laksono, Pratiwi Retnaningdyah
The 2013 Indonesian curriculum requires that literacy be incorporated into teaching learning process. This paper aims to (1) identify literacy strategies that have and not have been planned in learning steps; (2) identify literacy strategies that were used in teaching practice sessions. The data were...
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The Essential Principles of Practice-Based Learning

Mr. Kustori, Mr. Rusijono, Andi Mariono
Vocational education faces a number of challenges, in which one of the biggest issues is skills mismatch. Skills mismatch occurs when workers have either fewer or more skills than jobs require. Some mismatch is inevitable, as the labor market involves complex decisions of employers and workers, and depends...
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Comparison Between Predicted and Actual Readabilities of EFL Texts

Ms. Kusumarasdyati
The present study attempted to compare the predicted readability computed using formulas and the actual readability expressed by the readers. Forty six students of English Department Unesa ranked five English texts from the hardest to the easiest, then Spearman r was employed to correlate the ranks from...
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Investigation of Linear Momentum and Impulse Using Video Analysis

Liya Kholida, Fourier Latief
This study aims to present the use of Tracker software as a pedagogical tool for conducting experiments by means of video-based analysis for three different type of collisions using air track apparatus. Video-based analysis has the possibility to provide a better way of visualizing the motion for a direct...
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Character Education Practices at a Piloted Primary School

Luh Indrayani, Luh Artini, Ketut Seken
Some theories in psychology explain the importance of shaping character since early and primary schools as they are the first formal education to cultivate positive values through hands-on activities. This study aimed at analyzing character education practices at a piloted primary school in Bali. This...
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Collaboration in EFL Classes: Listening to Teachers' and Students' Voices

Luh Artini, Ni Nyoman Padmadewi
The 21st century learning is characterized by the 4Cs: Collabora-tion, Creativity, Critical Thinking, and Communication. Peda-gogical practices, therefore, should accommodate interactions and active thinking among students. Putting students into groups is one strategy that can be expected to encourage...
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The Effectiveness of REBIT to Reduce Academic Cheating On Elementary School

Mr. Machmudah, Nanang Saleh
The purpose of this study is to know the effectiveness of Rational Emotive Behavior Intervention in reducing academic cheating behavior on elementary school students in Mardisiwi Surabaya. The subjects of this study were twelve students aged 10-12 years who had medium to high grade cheating behavior....