Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Education Social Sciences and Humanities (ICESSHum 2019)

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The Agility Contribution through Dribble (Basketball Ability) for Student of SMPN 4 Siak Hulu – Kampar

Safri Nuryadi, Zulrafli, Debby Indah
Contribution of ability in Dribble is necessary; As the observational and research is being done on the field incompetence dribbling ball gives chance to the rivals take the ball easily. Motivation and enthusiast on basketball become the reason why it need to doing for research. In this thesis, there...

The Impact of Think Pair Share (TPS) Learning Models on Stoichiometry Lessons in Paket C Program

Tri Joko Raharjo, Harianingsih
Stoichiometry is one of the lessons given to paket C students. Chemical education, especially stoichiometry, is often considered a difficult and tedious lesson. For this reason, it is necessary to have an innovative learning model that can increase learning motivation and absorption capacity of C paket...

The Effect of Audio Visual Media on Dance Competence of 5-6 Years Old Children at TKA Plus AN-NIZAM Kindergarten Academic Year 2017/2018

Kamtini Kamtini, Enggan Ratna Saputri
Problem in this research was the lack of dance competency of children. The purpose of this research was to know the effect of using audio visual media on competency of children age 5-6 in TKA Plus An-Nizam Kindergarten. The type of this research was quantitative (experiment) with the Pre- experimental...

Developing History Teaching Materials Based on Environment, Museum Batik Pekalongan

Wasino, Fitri Amalia Shintasiwi
Museum is very important for teaching material in history subject matter, but in Pekalongan city, there are still many people, especially those who concern to education have not made use of its existence maximally. So far, the empirical reality at school shows that history teachers have not optimized...

Integration Model Development of Emotional Intelligence In Mathematical Problem-Based Learning

Ahmad Syawaluddin, Ramlan Mahmud, Naimah Paronda
This research includes research development (Research and Development). The purpose of this study is to obtain an overview of the mathematics learning model in junior high schools at this time and to obtain an emotional intelligence integration model in a valid, practical, and effective problem-based...

Political Participation of Voters in the Simultaneous Regional Elections at South Sulawesi

Firman Umar, Muhammad Akbal
This research aims to analyze: (1) the level of political participation of voters in the simultaneous regional elections in 2015 in South Sulawesi Province, and (2) the contributions of legal election towards political participation of voters in South Sulawesi Province. This research was normative law-sociological...

The existence of Pancasila Values in the Disrupted Era

Apeles Lexi Lonto, Theodorus Pangalila
The pace of industrial revolution 4.0 has driven disruption in various fields of life, including the life of the nation and state. The disruption era not only shifted old values and replaced them with new technology-based values, but also caused changes in lifestyle. Pancasila as the high value of the...

Influence of Educational Level and Gender on Students’ Verbal Ability

Rita Eka Izzaty, Farida Agus Setiawati
This study aims to assess whether there is a difference in verbal ability by the educational level and gender of students. The educational level consists of Junior High School (JHS), Senior High School (SHS) and Vocational High School (VHS), as well as Higher Education Institution (HEI); while the gender...

Exploration of Students' Career Maturity in Faculty of Ushuluddin at UIN (Universitas Islam Negeri) Imam Bonjol Padang

Murisal Murisal, Neviyarni Neviyarni, A. Muri Yusuf, Mudjiran
Career maturity plays an important role in planning work for students. Study of career maturity exploration in students is still rarely found. This study is aimed to analyze the picture of students' career maturity at Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Imam Bonjol Padang in Counseling Guidance Department....

The Effectiveness of Directed Reading Thinking Activity (DRTA) Strategy on upgrading the Reading comprehension skill of student in Primary School

Rahmiatul Fitri
This research is motivated by the problem of the low reading comprehension skills of students in elementary schools. This is due to the lack of conformity in the method of reading learning activities so that students feel bored when learning to read. Students are less able to guess the contents of the...

The Election Smart House Management as a Society Political Education Facility

Al Rafni, Suryanef Suryanef, Azwar Ananda
The presence of the Election Smart House (RPP) as one of the national priority programs which launched by the General Election Commission (KPU) since 2016. It has become an important political education, especially how people learn democracy and electoral materials about democracy. Until end of 2018,...

Students’ Perspectives: ICT Usage in Vocational Education and Training (VET)

Susanti, Luqman Hakim, Irin Widayati, Vivi Pratiwi
This study aims to determine the students’ perspective regarding the Information, Communication, and Techologies (ICT) usage in learning activity at Vocational Education and Training (VET). This research is quantitative descriptive research using survey techniques and group interviews. The population...

Gender Analysis of Health Related Fitness Profile in College Students

Nur Indri Rahayu, Adang Suherman, Kuston Sultoni
Every student must have good fitness in order to be able to conduct an academic activities and their daily life. Good fitness can support student activities which ultimately improve their performance. The purpose of this research is to examine the differences of health related fitness of college student...

The Analysis of Early Children Education Services Quality in Increasing the Satisfaction of Students Parent in At-Taqwa Kindergarten Surabaya

Gunarti Dwi Lestari, Wiwin Yulianingsih, Widya Nusantara
The purpose of this study is to describe the quality of early childhood education services at At-Taqwa Kindergarten in Surabaya. This research was conducted with qualitative approach with case study design of data is interview, observation and documentation techniques. After the data is collected, the...

Is Audio Visual Media Effective for Learning?

Novi Marlena, Renny Dwijayanti, Irin Widayati
One of classroom learning success parameter is the use of appropriate learning media, which include audio visual media. Interactive and varied audio visual media can be used to stimulate student to think critically and actively. This paper aims to find out the learning result, critical thinking skills...

Multicultural Leadership of Student Activists to Creating Democratic Campus

Totok Suyanto, Made Pramono, Dhita Ayu Permata Sari
The main objective of this research was to describe student leadership style in students’ organization at Universitas Negeri Surabaya (Unesa) in applying multiculturalism attitudes and values. The university student was one of the components of the nation in which known as Z-generation. Thus, students...

Strengthening Pre-service Teachers' Character: The application of ALLR Learning Model in Basic Science Subject

Wahono Widodo, Dhita Ayu Permata Sari, Martini, Totok Suyanto
Lots of social conflicts related to intolerance cases emerge every year which worries Indonesia's diversity and unity. Thus, the role of higher education institution in realizing a mental revolution is crucial. The purpose of this study is to describe the integration of character education through science...

The Model of Formation of Pancasila Character through Clinical Legal Education of Legal Education in the 4.0 Industrial Revolution

Rodiyah
The development of Indonesian legal higher education must be based on clinical legal education (CLE), as an intelligent response to the application in the era of industrial revolution. This means that CLE is a futuristic and constructive alternative to responding to the 4.0 industrial revolution. The...

Coherence and Unity of Students’ Writing on Background of the Study of Research Proposal

Dasril, M. Zaim, Kurnia Ningsih
This study aims to find out the coherence and unity of students’ writing on background of the study of research proposals, the problems faced and the causes of difficulties encountered. The type of this research was descriptive research. The source of data was the background of the study and the instruments...

Development of Video Tutorial Learning Media in Gastronomic Subject

Elida, Wiwik Gusnita, Dikki Zulfikar
This study uses the development method. The development model used is the Instructional Development Institute (IDI) model. According to (Gustafson & Brach, 1997) determine the validity media instructional videos for gastronomy to students majoring in family welfare education, knowing the effectiveness...

Tourism Promotional Materials: Translation Problems and Implications on the Text's Effectiveness for Tourism Promotion

Novriyanto Napu
Translation of tourism information has played an important role in the regional tourism industry promotion in Indonesia. One of the approaches in promoting the Indonesian tourism industry has been by producing promotional materials that contain tourism information in Indonesian with an English translation....

The Development Learning Module of Gorontalo Local Content for Junior High School

Moh. Karmin Baruadi, Sunarty Eraku
The purpose of this study is to develop Gorontalo local content learning module that is used in local content subjects such as language, craft, cultural arts, physics education and health as well as technology. The module was developed using a 4-D model which included define, design, develop and disseminate...

Analysis of the Effect of Transformational Leadership and Work Involvement on the Performance of Environmental Officials in the West Pasaman Regency

Abror Lisman, Asnil, Erianjoni
The purpose of this study was to determine the effect transformational leadership on the performance and influence of work involvement on performance and the influence of transformational leadership and work involvement on employee performance the West Pasaman Regency Environmental Office. The type of...

Developing Project Based Learning (PBL) as a teaching Strategy in Physical Education for Preservice Physical Education Teacher

Nanik Indahwati, Abdul Rachman Syam Tuasikal, Muchamad Arif Al Ardha
An appropriate teaching strategy can improve the teaching quality. The aim of this study is developing Project Based Learning (PBL) as a teaching Strategy in Physical Education for Preservice Physical Education Teacher. The development and innovation were executed through innovation course that provide...

Combination of PBL and I CARE Learning Models in Increasing Student Learning Activities

M. Ridwan Tikollah, Sitti Hajerah Hasyim, Selerina Tangke
Learning activities were important in achieving learning objectives, therefore, it must be carried out effectively. Learning activities in 2013 Curriculum were designed with a student-centered learning approach, that could be observed through student learning activities. To achieve this, a scientific...

The Effect of Teachers’ Corrective Feedback on Students’ English Presentation Skill at STIE Sakti Alam Kerinci, Sungai Penuh City

Nurfitri, Yenni Rozimela, Refnaldi
Nowadays, English learning is not only focused on communicative skills but also emphasized on real work situation, one of which is presentation skill. As the lecturer needs to know a suitable strategy that can be used not only to motivate the students to communicate in English but also to minimize their...

Relationship of Self Concepts with Social Interaction of Students in High Schools

Noviana Diswantika
This study aims to determine the relationship between self-concept and interaction of high school students in Lampung city. The method used in this study uses a correlational study with a sample of 100 student respondents. The results of this study indicate that there is a positive relationship between...

Teachers’ Autonomy – The Missing Link in the Teacher Education and Professional Development in Indonesia

Basikin
Despite many teacher professional development (PD) programs conducted by the government, teachers in Indonesia have long been critised for being low quality and under performance. Questions, therefore, arise regarding the effectiveness of PD programs designed and implemented by the government. In addition,...

The Use of Instagram to Increase Students’ Motivation and Students’ Competence in Learning English

Hanip Pujiati, Zahra, Ellis Tamela
Social media is a part of modern people lifestyle in Industrial Revolution 4.0. Furthermore, it has started to be utilized in education field as one of the learning media, for example, Instagram. It is widely known among social media users. Several studies have proved positive impacts on the use of social...

The Formation of Characters of Humanist and Pancasila in Teacher Candidates through “Wiraedukasi”

Wahid Munawar
In the era of disruption, learning has a difference with the 20th century. The difference is due to technological advances which result in differences in character from the learners. Observation of the practice of formal education, shows that learning in schools is a "practice of imprisonment" because...

The Evaluation of Adiwiyata Mandala-Based School Program in Public Junior High School SMP Negeri 4 Wonosari, Boalemo Regency

Fory A. Naway, Yuli Nur Indahsari
The objective of this research is to explore several aspects in junior high school, SMP Negeri 4 Wonosari; these aspects are: 1) The context (antecedents) of Adiwiyata Mandala-based school program; 2) The implementation (transaction) of the program, and; 3) The outcome of the program implementation....

Multicultural Education Model As A Media To Prevent Radicalism Between Santri

Haris Supratno, Heny Subandiyah, Resdianto Permata Raharjo
The main purpose of education in boarding schools is forming santri into human who believe, piety to God Almighty, well-characterized, and broad-minded, both in religious and general science. The multicultural education model in Islamic boarding schools is carried out through formal education and non-formal...

The Awareness of Cultural Literacy in Translating English Poems

Ati Sumiati
This study deals with analyzing types of cultural words in some of the English poems and identifying the translation procedures used in the Indonesian translation of the poems based on Newmark’s. Thus, the objectives of this study are to identify the cultural words and the types of translation procedure...

Could Self-Regulated Learning Be Taught To Students?

Edy Purwanto, Ali Formen
The high number of students with low capacity for self-regulated learning (SRL) indicates the poor contribution of teacher-organized instructional activities to foster students’ independent learning. Cognizant of this situation, the present study aims to facilitate the development of students’ SRL capacity....

Curriculum Development Program for PPKn Students of FIS UNIMA based on the KKNI in Preparing Gold Generation 2045

Julien Biringan
The PPKn Study Program is one of the study programs in FIS Unima which must organize quality education. The study program must have implications for PPKn to be able to educate golden generation who have capacities (1) civil intelligence, (2) responsible for citizenship, (3) civil participation, and (4)...

Persistence of the First-Year College Students

Rizka Apriani, Ilfiandra, Muslihati, Rezka Arina Rahma
The research was motivated by the phenomenon of first-year college students who experience persistence problems in overcoming difficult tasks during college. Persistence consists of intentional and directed, continuation or reapplication of effort, and temptation to stop. This study aims to express the...

Household Industrial Analysis of Songket in Halaban Village

Herlina Effendi, Osmet, Ifdal
Development of rural areas is one of the targets in achieving national development. Industry has become a way to accelerate village development in an effort to improve people's lives, one of which is through a local wisdom-based industry, the Halaban Songket industry. This industry is believed to have...

The analysis of the factors affecting student loyalty

Shinta Doriza1, Sutjipto, Mukhneri
This research aims to analyze the factors that affect student loyalty. The research used a quantitative approach with a survey as a method. The data were analyzed using a Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA). 255 students were selected as the respondents using a proportionate stratified random sampling...

Improving College Students’ Speaking Ability by Applying Communicative Language Teaching Methodology

Rahma Yanti
Indonesia is included in the Expanding Circle Country section where English is rarely used as a foreign language. English is not used as a language of everyday communication but is used as one of the foreign languages studied at several universities in Indonesia. A phenomenon that often occurs among...

The impact of source text trimming in Indonesian-English translation of academic manuscripts

Yan Mujiyanto
Academic manuscripts in Indonesian often contain specious features like circumlocutory patterns, non-compliance with the standard of text formatting, and misuse of appropriate linguistic elements. Such issues may cause the translation of the manuscripts as Source Texts to result in writings in English...

Student Inspirational Character Development with Group counseling based on Javanese Philosophy

Suharso, Heru Mugiarso, Awalya, Dije Zaraska Kristy
Inspiration is an important character for students' self-development, especially for counselors and educators. The phenomenon is students cannot be role models for others. The purpose of this study was to prove whether Group Counseling based on Java philosophy affect Students inspirational character....

Lecturers’ And Students’ Code Switching In EFL Classroom

Nurul Syafri, Jufrizal, Zul Amri
This research aims to find out the use of code switching in English as Foreign Language (EFL) classroom between lecturer and students. The purposes of this research are to find out the types of code switching used by 3rd semester lecturers and students in English department Bung hatta University. The...

Character Education on Students in Social Science Faculty at Manado State University

Paulus Robert Tuerah, Yoseph Daniel Ari Santie, Apeles Lexi Lonto, Theodorus Pangalila
In the era of industrial revolution 4.0, character education was one of the serious challenges to be implemented. Character education would help the students to develop into more complete human beings. But in reality, education in Indonesia, especially in higher education, prioritized graduating students...

The Role of Pragmatics in Developing Humanistic Character of French Language Students

Sri Rejeki Urip, Novi Kurniawati, Khotibul Umam
Globalization has entered an era called the Industrial Revolution 4.0 that has produced changes in humans, including ways of thinking, ways of communicating. It cannot be separated from information communication technology devices. The courtesy that is usually maintained in face-to-face communication...

Profile of Student Self-Identity and Its Implications for Counseling Services to Prepare Students for the era of Industrial Revolution 4.0

Ardimen, Neviyarni S., Firman
This study aims to reveal the profile of students' identity and its implications for counseling services to prepare students to face the era of industrial 4.0. This study uses a quantitative exploratory method involving 256 samples or 25% of population from Madrasah Aliyah students in Tanah Datar District....

Readiness of Literacy Program Implementation in the Early Grades of Elementary School

Wahyu Sukartiningsih, Maasengut Sukidi, Endang Darmawati
The research aim is "to describe readiness of Literacy Program implementation in the early grades of elementary school" with the specific objective being (1) describe the teacher's understanding of the Literacy Program in the early grades of elementary school; (2) describe the readiness of the condition...

Problem-based learning model versus direct instruction in achieving critical thinking ability viewed from students’ social attitude in learning physics

I Wayan Santyasa, Gede Saindra Santyadiputra, Made Juniantari
This study aims at analyzing the effect of problem based learning (PBL) compared to direct instruction (DI) on students critical thinking skills (CTA) viewed from their social attitudes (SA). This study used post-test only control group design. The population is 15 classes (584 students) of SMA 4 and...

Teachers’ Viability and Perception on Online Teacher Training Program

Galuh Kirana Dwi Areni, Alief Noor Farida
In-service training for teachers needs to adapt with the industry 4.0 which urges the teachers to equip themselves with skills in using technology. Ministry of Education and Culture, hand in hand with Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education organize in-service teacher training (INSETT)....

The Evaluation of E-Learning Program at the University of Pamulang

Dewi Gunherani
E-learning is learning that uses technology and information. E-learning is a mandatory program for every lecturer at Pamulang University, where institutions have stated that 40% of all learning is in the form of e-learning while 60% is direct face-to-face learning. The study was conducted with a qualitative...

School Cultural Character Values Implementation in Junior High School SMP Negeri 3 Gorontalo

Novianty Djafri, Syamsu Qamar Badu
Character education is an effort to develop students' good behavior in daily life with the aim that students can reflect good character. In essence, the implementation of character education can be integrated through subjects, self-development and school culture. Therefore, this study aims to identify...