Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Education and Technology (ICETECH 2022)
Jeffry Handhika, Marheny Lukitasari, Sigit Ricahyono, Dewanta Arya Nugraha
Smart City Innovation Among State Colleges and Universities and Rehumanizing Education in Society 5.0
Angelica G. Ordanza-Cortez
The paper focused on discussing the concept of SMART CITY as a form of technological innovation breakthrough in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in the Philippines and how the recipient State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) rallied on the utilization of these ICT innovations while preparing teachers...
Students improve their understanding of science through mean making in science classrooms. Considering the multimodality of science and the cognitive benefits of the use of multimodal communication, science educators commonly use multiple representations for teaching and learning science. In this article,...
Language curricula come in a wide range of scales to meet various stakeholders’ needs. The development and changes, vitality and enervation, and constraints and promises of a language curriculum reflect the needs of the society that gives birth to it. When it comes to developing a language curriculum,...
Supri Wahyudi Utomo
The dynamic world changes due to the industrial revolution 4.0 have changed various aspects of life. This change impacts the disruption of various professions and jobs that can replace with technology; on the other hand, new jobs and professions in the industrial world appear. Innovation and collaboration...
Sudarmiani, Agus Budi Santoso
The purpose of this study was to determine the activities and student learning outcomes in social studies subjects using the window shopping learning model. The type of research is classroom action research with the research subjects being grade VII students at SMP Negeri 2 Madiun in the odd semester...
J. Priyanto Widodo, Lailatul Musyarofah, I Wayan Wesa Atmaja, Joko Slamet
This research aimed to examine the effectiveness eLSIDA, a Moodle-based Learning Management System (LMS) at STKIP PGRI Sidoarjo, on the slow learners’ achievements. The pre-experimental design was applied to the students on History Education Study Program at STKIP PGRI Sidoarjo. The research subjects...
Nur Laili Noviani, Nur Laili Mardhiyani
The government has warranted the rights of getting religious education services for students based on their religion. In public school under specific religion which has multireligious students, the religious learning service has not been served entirely. Religious learning service is just one of the...
Ari Irawan, Rahnita Nuzulah, Wanti Rahayu
This research aims to describe the implementation of the kaulinan barudak application as a numeracy learning medium. The method in this research is descriptive qualitative where the researcher conducts an in-depth study of the process of research activities carried out to get a picture of student responses...
The Independence of Students of SLBN Karangrejo Madiun Regency in Learning Farm Education with the STEAM Approach
Darmadi, Budiono, Muhammad Rifai, Hani’atul Mukharomah, Sanusi
Independence is the main goal of learning at extraordinary schools (SLB). SLBN Karangrejo Madiun regency has a large area of land so that it can carry out farm education learning. The STEAM approach was chosen in learning because it is very suitable for improving the competence of graduates. This study...
The Development of Early Childhood’s Maritime Textbook Based on Local Wisdom in Gili Indah Village, North Lombok Regency West Nusa Tenggara
Nuraeni, Sarilah, Gunarti Dwi Lestari, Wiwin Yulianingsih, Muhammad Tahir
This study is aimed at producing a specific product in the form of a maritime textbook for teachers of early childhood education that meet elements of an acceptability. In addition, this study also examines the effectiveness of using developed maritime textbook. To find the research aims, researchers...
Field Studies in Ecological Science as Curriculum Development and Their Impacts on the Learning Process Quality: The Case of Higher Students
Ecological studies or science is one subject, and it is part of the biological scope. Thus, a subject is not only theoretical but also needs to be practical, which one is field studies. It is part of the learning process in field studies that aims to collect, reveal, and communicate scientifically, which...
Siti Rabiatul Fajri, Sucika Armiani, Akhmad Sukri, Kurnianingsih, Ibnu Maryanto, Kurniasih Nur Afifah
On the Lombok Island, there are 6 Nature Tourism Park that have a diversity of flora and fauna, and beautiful natural phenomena, which can be used as tourist attractions, culture and history including; Suranadi Nature Park, Kerandangan Nature Park, Gunung Tunak Nature Park, Tanjung Tampa Nature Park,...
Development of Audio Visual Learning Media Based on Canva Application on Students Learning Interest in Geography Learning in Class X IPS SMAN 2 Dayun, Kabupaten Siak
Dea Irwanita, Nefilinda, Rozana Eka Putri
This study aims to find out and analyze the development, feasibility and practicality of Canva based learning media in geography learning in class X IPS SMAN 2 Dayun, Siak Regency. The method used in this research and development 4D (Four-D Models) includes 4 stages, namely: Define, Design, Development....
Siti Nurhidayati, Endang Susantini, Safnowandi, Fida Rachmadiarti, Khaeruman, Akhmad Sukri
An attitude of caring for the environment is needed to preserve the environment. This study aims to reveal students’ environmental care attitudes of different genders and departments. This research is descriptive involving 594 students from 52 schools in West Nusa Tenggara Province, Indonesia. The instrument...
The Effectiveness of the Use of E-learning (SISFO) on Improving Lecturer Performance and Academic Learning at PGRI Palembang University
Bukman Lian, Muhammad Juliansyah Putra, Henni Riyanti
Utilization in learning with a hybrid concept certainly cannot be separated from the use of e-learning, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic that began in 2020. E-Learning is a must-have for a university in adapting the learning carried out by lecturers to students. Students and other academic processes...
Mei Lestari, Ari Irawan, Wanti Rahayu
This research aims at producing an android-based as the basis for developing mathematics teaching materials in culture called ethnomathematics. The method used in this research is development research or commonly known as Research and Development using the ADDIE approach (Analysis, Design, Development,...
Thamrin, Geovanne Farell, Putra Jaya, Ahmaddul Hadi, Sandi Rahmadika
This research aims to analyze the user interface of the job matching information system in an interactive website environment. The job matching information system is an approach that makes it easier for SMK N 2 (Vocational High School) graduates, Padang Panjang, Indonesia, to understand the industrial...
Design and Development of Batik Village Gemeksekti Kebumen Based on Local Wisdom for Tourism Education
Atie Ernawati, Atfal Murodif, Soepardi Harris, Asri Budiarto, Karya Widyawati, Ryan Hidayat, Marselly Dwiputri
This paper discusses the design and development of the Gemeksekti batik village based on local wisdom to encourage the development of the National Geopark Karangsambung-Karangbolong. The Kebumen district is expanding the area as a cultural tourism icon. However, only some people know such a site's...
A Decision Support System for Predicting Students’ Performance in the National Achievement Test (NAT) of Senior High School Students
Nathalie Joy G. Casildo, Mindelle Rey C. Aguirre, Kent Levi A. Bonifacio, Gladys S. Ayunar, Gladys S. Escarlos, Ruel C. Wenceslao
Using data from the National Achievement Test (NAT) and student grades for senior high school students at Central Mindanao University, this study developed a Decision Support System (DSS). EDM, or educational data mining, must be completed prior to constructing the DSS. Support Vector Machine (SVM) with...
Misdalina, Ety Septiati
This study is to describe the learning outcomes and difficulties faced by students of the Mathematics Education Study Program in derivative materials. The method used in the study is descriptive quantitative. The subject’s research is 48 students in the first semester of the Mathematics Education Study...
Eldi Mulyana, Tetep, Slamet Nopharipaldi Rohman, Triani Widyanti, Asep Supriyatna, Indra Cahya Uno, Lili Dianah, Alni Dahlena, Andre Zaenal Mutaqin, Saddam
Problems about the environment are still mostly given to the cognitive domain, so it is not surprising that what happens is that knowledge about the environment is memorized. Along with the development of technology and lifestyle, containers and packaging of natural food are starting to be abandoned...
St. Wardah Hanafie Das, M. Syakir Radhi, Abdul Halik, Suyatno Ladiqi
Educators awareness is very important to be ICT literate and to utilize and develop in learning; the ability to design digital-based Islamic Education and Moral learning; have the ability to create digital content related to learning; ability to use assessment tools in learning evaluation. Digital-based...
Peer Assessment Analysis of Performance Appraisal Using Analytical Rubrics to Improve Critical Thinking Skills
Tuti Iriani, Anisah, Yusrina Luthfiana
This study aims to analyze the results of peer evaluation by assessing students’ ability to compile and analyze objective questions. The method in this study is the descriptive method. The study is conducted in Building Engineering Education Study Program Universitas Negeri Jakarta in the Evaluation...
Actualization of the Value of Local Wisdom in Era 4.0 as a Learning Source for Pancasila and Citizenship Education
Ade Suherman, Wulan Siti Nurlaela, Jamilah, Endang Dimyati, Ana Maulana
This study aims to determine the value of local wisdom in Era 4.0 as a source of Civics learning. This study uses a qualitative method. Data collection techniques used are interviews, observation and documentation. The results showed that: (1) The relevant local wisdom values of Naga village were used...
M. Melvina, Nenden Sri Lengkanawati, Yanty Wirza, M. H. D. Natsir
A successful autonomous learner is usually influenced by numerous factors. Motivation is one of the main factors that have a connection and the greatest influence associated with it. This study focuses to scrutinize the correlation between motivation and learner autonomy of Indonesian EFL learners. It...
Evrialiani Rosba, Asham Bin Jamaluddin, Rina Widiana
This study aims to determine student creativity through digital mind maps. This type of research is quasi-experimental with a nonequivalent pretest posttest control group design involving 54 students of Universitas PGRI Sumatera Barat, Indonesia. The research instrument is a creativity assessment sheet...
The Evaluation of Teacher Certification Policy Represented by Its Implementation in the Border Area of Sanggau District of Indonesia
Yudi Darma, Muhamad Firdaus, Suherdiyanto, Reni Astuti, Matsun
This research aimed to evaluate and study the teacher certification program in the border area of Sanggau District, including the implementation of teacher certification program (professional allowance), teachers’ performance and teachers’ motivation as well as its factors and inhibition. The method...
Dedi Irwan, Annisa Luthfiana, Muhammad Iqbal Ripo Putra, Muhammad Lahir, Al Ashadi Alimin
This descriptive research aimed to discover the level of metacognitive awareness towards academic learning to students of English Education Study Program of IKIP PGRI Pontianak. Cross sectional survey was implemented and 420 respondents were involved from all academic years and various backgrounds. The...
Nawawi Nawawi, Rio Wardhani
The Bioenterpreneurship course equips students with the entrepreneurial and ecoliteracy skills needed to face the competitive world of work. This study aims to determine ecoliteracy ability to learn Bioentrepreneurship from the biology teacher students’ perspective at IKIP PGRI Pontianak. This study...
Whalsen Duli Agus Lauh, Suriani Sari, Deonesia, Rusdi
This study aims to determine the standardization of athletic test norms for boy students of class VIII at State Junior High Schools throughout the Sekadau Hilir District, Sekadau Regency. The method used is a quantitative survey. Determination of the 10% sample using proportional random sampling technique,...
Learning the Concept of Absolute Value with Multi Representations Approach-Based Instructional Video
Rohana, Yunika Lestaria Ningsih
This study intends to illustrate how students comprehend the idea of absolute value after learning it through video media using a multi-representational approach. A descriptive research methodology is used in this study. 67 students from SMA PGRI 2 Palembang’s class X participated as the study’s subjects....
Yoga Budi Bhakti, Irnin Agustina Dwi Astuti, Rendi Prasetya
Difficulty understanding student concepts needs to be known so that students can understand concepts well and avoid misconceptions. Diagnostic tests as a solution to reduce misconceptions of concepts in students. One type of diagnostic test is 4 tier tests. The purpose of this study is to determine the...
Muhammad Saibani Wiyanto, Heny Sulistyowati, Rizky Indah
This study is a positive politeness strategies analysis in the Graham Norton Show. The writer employs one of the politeness strategies in a talk show because the writers believe that people may learn about politeness strategies better through live dialogue in the talk show, especially about positive...
Incorporating Assessment Moderation in the Malaysian Classroom-Based Assessment (CBA) Teacher Training Module
With the urgent need to improvise the specialised training to teachers to ensure competency in implementing changes that are introduced for Classroom-based assessment (CBA) in Malaysia, this paper examines the gap that is present in the teacher training curriculum in the current nationwide movement....
Muhammad Fendrik, Rahmat Rizal Andhi, Nurdiansyah
This study aims to develop an ethnomathematics-based online learning application (POBE) in universities. This research is an R&D which aims to design a model or product. This research procedure is limited to a POBE trial to a group of prospective primary school teachers from the primary school teacher...
Iman Nasrulloh, Lia Novita, Nizar Alam Hamdani, Tetep, Demmy Dharma Bhakti
Online learning is a trend during the COVID-19 pandemic, which requires teachers to apply it in their learning. This study tries to analyze the needs and provide recommendations for the fulfillment of the efficiency and effectiveness of the implementation of online learning. The research method used...
Moodle-Based Learning Management System Application in the Development of Interactive Digital Module in Description Statistics Courses
Iyam Maryati, Nizar Alam Hamdani, Galih Abdul Fatah Maolani, Tetep
This research is motivated by the importance of learning innovation in lectures during the COVID-19 pandemic which is in accordance with the era of the industrial revolution 4.0 to be able to increase the statistical literacy of prospective teacher students. This study aims to develop an interactive...
Agung Nasrulloh Saputro, AsriMusandi Waraulia
Learning to write short stories has not gone well, so it is necessary to increase creativity through the use of multiliteracy synectic learning models. This study aims to implement a multiliteracy synectic learning model in junior high schools in Ponorogo, East Java, Indonesia. The method used is classroom...
Enterprise Architectural Planning Hospital Using Oracle Architecture Development Process (OADP) General Hospital Type C
Sukrina Herman, Yopi Nugraha, Tetep, Nizar Alam Hamdani, Galih Abdul Fatah
The development of information technology and information systems, it is the main factor that can increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the main business processes that are carried out. In utilizing better information technology, a system that is connected to the desired application in achieving...
Ekasatya Aldila Afriansyah, Riri Puspita Dewi Permatasari, Nizar Alam Hamdani, Galih Abdul Fatah Maulani
Learning problem-solving can enable students to be more critical and creative in making decisions to solve problems in their lives. The purpose of this study was to analyze students’ mathematical problem-solving skills on the material of a three-variable system of linear equations. The subjects of this...
Yopi Nugraha, Sukrina Herman, Tetep, Nizar Alam Hamdani, Galih Abdul Fatah
Applications or software are now a necessity for everyone, whether it is to help with work, connect with other people, or just for entertainment. There are many types of applications that can be found today that are used on computer/laptop or mobile devices that can be used anywhere. The display displayed...
Ni Wayan Parwati Septiani, Purwanti, Syamsiah, Nurfidah, Mei Lestari
In this paper, we present a finite state automata (FSA) algorithm to find the shortest path from the origin to the destination. In this study, we chose Margonda as the initial state and UNINDRA Campus A and Campus B as the final states to accept input both from using public transportation or private...
The CORE Learning Model in Improving Mathematical Communication and Learning Outcomes of Junior High School Students
Edy Setiyo Utomo, Nurwiani, Esty Saraswati Nur Hartiningrum
This study aims to improve the mathematical communication and learning outcomes of junior high school students by implementing the CORE (Connecting, Organizing, Reflecting, and Extending) learning model. Mathematical communication refers to five aspects: representation, listening, reading, discussion...
Dewi Surani, Rini Dwi Septiyani, Fajrul Islami
This article aims to provide a description of the technology integration in English for Specific Purpose (ESP) E-Module course design from students’ perceptions. The study applied a qualitative method with 20 s-semester law students as participants that were chosen with purposive sampling. The data was...
WordWall Application as an Interactive Learning Media in Mastering English Vocabulary at Elementary School
Yennie Widyaningsih, Neni Nadiroti, Nizar Hamdani, Syifa Nurfaadilah, Nindy Febriyanti
This study aims to determine the effect of using a wordwall application to improve English vocabulary mastery of elementary school students in Garut. The method used is an experimental research method using a quantitative approach. Because this research requires treatment to find out the effect of WordWall...
The Effectiveness of Application POEW (Predict–Observe–Explain–Write) Learning Models on the Ecosystem Concept
Lida Amalia, Neng Sa’adatul Muharomah, De Budi Irwan Taofik, Leni Sri Mulyani
This study aims to determine the effectiveness of the application of the POEW (Predict-Observe-Explain-Write) learning model on the ecosystem concept. The population in this study were all class X MIA at Madrasah Aliyah Al-Holiliyah Cidaun Cianjur and the sample in this study was 24 students in class...
English Teachers’ Evaluation of the Portable English as an International Language (EIL) Perception Scale Toolkit Practicality as the Diagnostic Instrument
Sri Imelwaty, Edwar Kemal, Lili Perpisa, Suharni, Sesmiyanti
EIL pedagogy has been suggested by a number of scholars to be implemented in English language teaching contexts, particularly where English has not been considered a first language such as in Indonesia. To this end, English teachers would need to identify their English language learners’ orientation...
Acceleration of High School Education Quality Improvement Through Strengthening the Internal Quality Assurance System in the Society 5.0 Era
Education is a system that is bound by several components or elements. The component or element is a supporter in the continuing education process in achieving the goal. This paper discusses the Acceleration of High School Education Quality Improvement through Strengthening the Internal Quality Assurance...
Adeline Silaban, Muhammad Akbar
Online learning has a big influence on the learning process. The increase in learning outcomes in the era of the Covid-19 pandemic has poor results, this is due to the lack of activeness of argumentation in the classroom. This study aims to find out how the level of critical thinking ability of students...
Development of Problem Based Learning Student Worksheets on Accounting Computer Subject Class XI SMKN 1 Geger
Tika Putri Lestari, Farida Styaningrum
This research aimed to develop student worksheets accounting computer based on problem and to measure student responses to the developed student worksheets. The type of research used is Research & Development (R&D) by adopting the Four-D model. The research subjects were students of class XI...
Alfredo M. Esteban, Christopher R. Vergara, Analiza B. Tanghal
This study aimed to investigate the technology proficiency and academic stress level in the framework of pre-service teachers under the new normal. The descriptive-correlational research design was used to gather data from the respondents who were selected using purposive sampling to include 152 student...
Wiwin Juliyanti, Rihan Mustafa Zahri, Erma Wulan Sari, Ahmad Nur Aziz
The development of technology and finance in Indonesia provides opportunities for the millennial generation because it offers several financial management options with ease. Students as a component of echo boomers who are considered not financially literate are feared to have unhealthy finances. This...
Factors Affecting the Use of Financial Technology Payment Systems (Case Study on ShopeePay Digital Wallet Users in Madiun City)
Muhammad Agus Sudrajat, Heidy Paramitha Devi, Amalia Nurdianta, Ita Nuari Suci Romadhina
This study aims to find out what factors influence the use of financial technology payment systems on “ShopeePay” digital wallet users, especially students who are studying in Madiun City. The design of this study was carried out using quantitative research methods seen from the data used in the form...
Andrea P. Adigue, Jenny Rose O. Tumacder, Jomar M. Urbano
Understanding self-efficacy in the context of online learning is vital to improve learning in the new normal way of education, which can be a key component of academic success in distance education. In an academic situation, it can be assumed that learners with high self-efficacy have higher motivation...
Learning the Basic Skills in Industrial Arts: A Massive Open Online Course for Pre-service TechVoc Educators
Jermil R. Angeles, Angelica O. Cortez
With the changing demands brought by the arising technological advances, higher education institutions must take use of advances in communication technology to give their curricula to students who want to continue their studies at any time and from any location. This study focuses on developing a validated...
Joel I. Alvarez, Sheena Mai A. Galman
The COVID 19 Pandemic experienced by the whole world opened doors to different pedagogical techniques needed to continue the delivery of quality education. Now that COVID cases are continually decreasing, new pedagogies and learning environments are developed or enhanced to cope with changing demands...
Guidance and Counseling and Homeroom Guidance in Public Schools: How Do We Do in This Time of Pandemic?
Angelica O. Cortez, Sheena Mai A. Galman, Mary Jane L. Tomas, Bernard Emil O. Cortez
The study established the present condition on the demand for qualified guidance counselors in the Department of Education (DepEd) to man the needs of the guidance and counseling program of the Department in general and the homeroom guidance in particular. The research design of the study was case analysis...
Rosalina Alerta, Ma. Vivienne Segumpan
The need to create instructional material to aid the low level of reading comprehension among Filipino students is encouraged by the Department of Education. Hence, this study dealt with developing guided reading lessons featuring digital stories type of instructional material to help enhance the student’s...
Relationship Between Technological Pedagogical and Content Knowledge (TPACK) Self-efficacy, 21st Century Instructional Skills and Performance of Science Teachers
Edgar M. Anud, Virgencita B. Caro
This study investigated the TPACK self-efficacy, 21st century instructional skills and performance of Science teachers in the three (3) Divisions of the Province of Bukidnon, Mindanao, Philippines. TPACK self-efficacy and 21st century instructional skills were assessed using adopted questionnaires while...
Akhmad Sukri, Hadi Gunawan Sakti, Muhammad Arief Rizka, Indah Lestari, Marheny Lukitasari, Ieke Wulan Ayu
Student research skills are important in the development of scientific research. This study’s purpose was to reveal students’ research skills as measured by five indicators and ten sub-indicators of different genders. This research is a pre-experiment using a one-shot case study design. The treatment...
Marheny Lukitasari, Jeffry Handhika, Wasilatul Murtafiah, Syamsiyatuz Zahroatul Khoirotil Umath, Nadhieva Avionyta
The purpose of this research is to produce modelling in plant ecology courses based on python programming and to analyse whether the python programming model can encourage digital argumentation skills in problem-based learning through online learning. This research method uses research and development...
Kampung Budha Sodong’s Local Wisdom: The Symbolic Forms of Covid-19 Traditional Ritual, Its Internalization and Comparing to the Villagers’ Educational Backgrounds
M. Hanif, F. Chasanatun, H. E. Rudyanto
This research is aimed to describe and explain: (1) the symbolic form meaning of ritual materials held in Kampung Budha Sodong, Ponorogo, East Java, Indonesia; (2) the internalization of its villagers; and (3) the comparison of their act to their educational backgrounds. This research was conducted for...
The Implementation of Education During the Covid-19 Pandemic in Special Elementary School, Jember Regency
Asrorul Mais, Lailil Aflahkul Yaum, Basuki Hadiprayogo
This study aims to obtain information through a survey on the implementation of learning conducted by the organizers of special elementary school education with the number of respondents as many as 40 teachers from 8 special elementary schools in Jember Regency. This research was conducted using a qualitative...
The Use of Modification Audio Media in Recognition of Braille Letters Symbol on Multiple Disabilities with Visual Impairment (MDVI) Students
Lailil Aflahkul Yaum, Asrorul Mais, Ahmad Zaki Emyus
This study aims to determine the use of modified audio media in the introduction of braille symbols to students with Multiple Disabilities With Visual Impairment (MDVI) in class VI at Special Elementary School (SLB) Negeri Branjangan Jember. This study uses the Single Subject Research (SSR) method A-B...
Management of English Language Learning for Deaf Students at Extraordinary Elementary School, Jember Regency
Inna Hamida Zusfindhana, P. Nostalgianti Citra, Asrorul Mais
Children with hearing impairments have difficulty in communicating, the direct impact other than in language also affects English subjects. This study aims to determine the English management for deaf students at Extraordinary Elementary School in Jember Regency. The research method used is a qualitative...
Multidimensional Analysis of Determinants in the Academic Achievement of Basic Education Learners: Its Implication to Higher Education Institutions
Gladys S. Escarlos, Aprell L. Abellana, Ma. Vivienne S. Salon, Ma. Elena E. Derije, Denis A. Tan, Virgencita B. Caro, Ehlrich Ray J. Magday, Joemar B. Capuyan, Raul C. Orongan
This study is an empirical and holistic inquiry on the challenges and opportunities in the implementation of quality of basic education. It deconstructs basic education based on the statutory policy, the RA 10533 “Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013, It aims to analyze the determinants of academic achievement...
The Validity of Interactive PowerPoint Based on Balanced Literacy Approach for Early Reading Improvement
Miftahul Jannah, Sulfasyah, Rukli
Product validity is one of the critical aspects of developmental research. Therefore, this research aimed to report the validity results of interactive PowerPoint media developed based on a balanced literacy approach to improve early reading skills of first-grade elementary school students. The validity...
Yayah Rahyasih, Widia Murni Wijaya, Liah Siti Syarifah
Learning resources are an essential component in administering education and considering current technology development, creating digital learning resources capable of fulfilling learners’ needs is a high possibility. The purpose of this research is to analyze the need for digital learning resources...
Hazel Reduca, Jennyliza Ucang
The study investigated the effects of videoconferencing on students’ interest in learning mathematics at Bukidnon State University Kitaotao Campus during the S.Y. 2021–2022. The respondents of the study were nine (9) selected Business Administration third-year students enrolled in Business Statistics...
Nanda Anggrahini, Diyah Santi Hariyani, Liliek Nur Sulistiyowati
Cash is an essential asset because cash is internal funding in a company. Companies usually have cash on hand (cash holding) used in case of a financial crisis in the future. This study aimed to determine the effect of Growth Opportunity, Leverage, Net Working Capital and Firm Size on Cash Holding. This...
Role of Political Connections and Corporate Performance in Mediation by Green Innovation in Case Study in Indonesia
Irvan Pratama Saputra, Bambang Tjahjadi
This study aims to see if the political school experience factor is able to provide political connections and company performance implied by green innovation, in case studies of all manufacturing companies listed on the stock exchange. This study uses 511 companies in Indonesia that are engaged in manufacturing...
The Influence of Technology and Innovation Strategy on Financial Performance Through the Mediation of Intellectual Capital in Private Hospitals
Yenni Fayanni, Bambang Tjahjadi
Hospitals as providers of health services to the community are required to always be improving performance through raising the quality of the services and resources they have which are part of the technology and innovation strategy carried out by hospitals. This study aims to examine and analyse the...
The Impact of Green Intellectual Capital on Sustainable Performance Case Studies in Educational Organizations
Fanda Daisy Prully Rundengan, Bambang Tjahjadi
Intellectual capital (IC) has become one of the most valuable resources of an organization. As awareness of sustainable practices increases, a new concept emerges: Green Intellectual Capital (GIC). However, research on GIC is still scarce, especially when discussing its relationship with sustainable...
Ika Krisdiana, Edy Suprapto, Davi Apriandi, Febby Widyastuti
This study aims to develop learning tools in the form of STEAM-Culture-based teaching materials to prepare students for the 21st century. The research method used is the ADDIE research method, namely Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation. This research was conducted at SMPN 12...
Education System and Traditional Knowledge of Medicinal Plants for Healthcare in Tengger Tribe, Argosari Village, East Java, Indonesia
Weka Sidha Bhagawan, Wiwied Ekasari, Mangestuti Agil
Ethnomedicinal plants knowledge of the Tengger tribe is abundant, but efforts are needed to preserve it. Younger generation contributes greatly to the preservation of this traditional knowledge. Here we advance our fndings on traditional knowledge of medicinal plant from Tengger tribe, Argosari village...
Sendy Dwi Haryanto, Aliffianti Safiria Ayu Ditta, Rollis Ayu Ditasari
This study aims to determine the effectiveness of using the edupedia application based on the intelligent tutoring system in overcoming learning difficulties in students. This type of research is experimental research. The type of research used in this study is qualitative research with a quasi-experimental...