Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Innovative Research Across Disciplines (ICIRAD 2019)

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Digitized Local Folklores in EFL Reading Classroom

Yohanes Heri Pranoto, Lisnani
This study aimed at reporting the implementation of the use of digitized local folklores to empower reading comprehension skills of junior high school students. This classroom action study was applied to a number of grade VII junior high school students. It engaged two stories about Palembang City -...
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Developing Coloring Books to Enhance Reading Comprehension Competence and Creativity

Anselmus Inharjanto, Lisnani
Developing a reading learning media can be an effort to increase students’ reading comprehension, but there are many teachers who do not put much attention into it. This research aimed at developing a parenting colouring book as a learning media to enhance elementary students’ reading comprehension ability...
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Evaluation of Curriculum 2013 Implementation in Elementary Schools

This research aims to contribute several ideas towards the implementation of the 2013 curriculum for elementary school teachers in Palembang. This descriptive qualitative research used interviews and questionnaires as data collection techniques. The results of the 2013 Curriculum implementation evaluation...
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Image Patch Extraction in Text Area of Balinese Palm Leaf Manuscripts with Gabor Filters

Made Windu Antara Kesiman, Gede Aditra Pradnyana
In an effort to build a word spotting and indexation system for the Balinese palm leaf manuscripts, text area detection and image patch extraction in the text area must be done effectively. However, there is no space between words in writing with Balinese scripts. This paper aimed at describing a complete...
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Diversity Genera of Coliforms Bacteria in Buyan Lake

I W S Warpala, N L P M Widiyanti, I A Suryanti, I W S Wibawa
The cleanliness of the water is the main requirement for the health. Microbiological parameter is one of the parameters that should get the attention because its impact is dangerous, that can cause infectious diseases. Most coliforms bacteria do not cause disease, but its presence can indicate the presence...
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Turnover Intention as an Impact of Job Insecurity Among Bank Employees

Ega Leovani, Anselmus Inharjano
The purpose of this research was to investigate the influence of job insecurity on the turnover intention among bank employees in Palembang. This descriptive qualitative study employed job insecurity as the independent variable and turnover intention as the dependent variable. The data collection technique...
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Playing with e-CALF: “Regulate My Own Learning”

Ni Wayan Surya Mahayanti, G.A.P. Suprianti, Ida Ayu Made Istri utami, I Putu Indra Kusuma
e-CALF facilitates digital natives to learn in their way. The researcher of this study used descriptive qualitative design to investigate the implementation of e-CALF in the school setting by finding six students’ experiences, challenges, and responses in playing the game. It also found out how the implementation...
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Analysis of Students’ Affective Character in Microbiology Class Through Mini Research Based on Learning Model

Hasruddin, Aryeni, Dirga Purnama, Evi Lestari
Microbiology materials are taught with mini-research patterns, namely observation of bacterial colonies, fungal characteristics, bacterial staining, bacterial biochemical tests, and bacterial identification. The purpose of this study is to describe the character of students related to the affective abilities...
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Printed Media Versus Digital Media: Which One is More Effective?

Ni Made Ratminingsih, I Gede Budasi
Media plays an important role in the teaching and learning process. It is a tool that contains materials that students learn. This paper aimed at describing the result of experimental research which investigate the effect of two different media, printed and digital, used to teach literacy particularly...
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Mechanical Properties of Natural Materials from Kalimantan as Substitute Material for Reinforcement Buildings

Andromeda Dwi Laksono, Ilham Prabu Seno, Rifqi Aulia Tanjung, Basyaruddin
Kalimantan has abundant natural resources, including wood. The physical properties of wood have varying strength and flexibility and could replace concrete reinforcement steel. In this study, the mechanical properties and sound insulation of one of Kalimantan’s natural fiber combined with polyester matrix...
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Teacher and Students’ Perception on Using Kahoot! for English Learning

Kadek Eva Krishna Adnyani, I Wayan Adnyana, Ni Nyoman Murniasih
The purpose of this research was to determine (1) Teacher’s perception on using Kahoot! for English learning; (2) Students’ perceptions on using Kahoot! for English learning; and (3) Constraints encountered while using Kahoot! for English learning. This is a quantitative descriptive research. The research...
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Students’ Perceptions of the Utilization of ICT in English Learning: Way or Barrier?

Ira Irzawati, Anastasia Ronauli Hasibuan
This study aimed to describe the students’ perceptions of the utilization of ICT in English learning. One hundred and thirty-four students of a private university in South Sumatera were involved as participants of this study. The questionnaires were administered to gain a portrait of students’ perceptions....
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Developing Balinese Culture–Based Textbook for Intermediate Level BIPA Instruction

Putu Ayu Prabawati Sudana, I Made Suta Paramarta, IGA Pt Novita Sari Paragae, I Dewa Gede Budi Utama
This study aimed at developing a Balinese culture-based textbook for intermediate level BIPA (Indonesian Language for Non-native Speakers). The research method applied in this study was Gall and Borg Research and Development Method. The steps already conducted were 1) need analysis, by distributing questionnaires...
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Strategy for Empowerment of Pottery Craftsmen in Kasongan Tourism Village, Bantul Regency

Khafid Ismail, Sucihatiningsih Dian Wisika Prajanti, Widiyanto
This descriptive qualitative study which aimed to formulate the empowerment strategy for pottery craftsmen community in the Tourism Village of Kasongan using primary and secondary data. SWOT analysis was used in this study. The data collected through observations, documentation, interviews and focus...
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Mapping and Distribution of Useful Plant Species in Bukit Kangin Forest, Pegringsingan Village, Karangasem, Bali

Nyoman Wijana, I Gusti Agung Nyoman Setiawan
The objectives of this research were to produce a distribution map and to know the distribution patterns of useful plant species in the original nature in Bali Aga Tenganan Pegringsingan village. This research belongs to explorative and descriptive research. The locations and population of this research...
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“Seed Bag” Production Implementation as an Oriented Critical Institutional Revegetation in “Green Economy”

Sucihatiningsih Dian Wisika Prajanti, Eva Banowati, Talitha Widiatningrum
The purpose of this study is to introduce a new method of revegetation of critical land using seed bag to restore the carrying capacity of the land which is diminishing due to natural disasters. This study took place in the Ledek Mountain area of Semarang State University. The variables of this research...
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Students’ Speaking Anxiety on their Speaking Performance: A Study of EFL Learners

Anastasia Ronauli Hasibuan, Ira Irzawati
In the new era of industrial revolution 4.0, it demands that people should enhance their communication competence to interact globally. The ability to speak a foreign language is prominently influenced by one of the problems, namely speaking anxiety. This language production barrier affects various aspects...
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The Use of “Schoology” in Pragmatics Classes

Ni Made Rai Wisudariani, Sang Ayu Putu Sriasih, Ida Ayu Sukma Wirani, Ni Putu Seniwati
This study was a descriptive qualitative design which focuses on describing the efficacy of Schoology for teaching Pragmatics. Lecturer who taught at the fourth semester and the students of the Indonesian Language and Literature Education Department were involved as the participant in this study. The...
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The Economic, Ecological, and Educational Benefits of Sea Turtle Conservation in North Bali Region

Gede Ananta Wijaya, I Nyoman Purwakanta, I Wayan Tantrawan
This study aimed at examining the economic benefits the sea turtle conservation brought to the coastal community, the impacts on the environment, and the benefits that it brings about to education sectors, especially as one of the biodiversity learning resources for the community and students in the...
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Values of Character Education in the Characterizations of Dory in Disneys’ Animated Feature Finding Dory (2016)

I.G.A. Lokita Purnamika Utami, Ni Komang Arie Suwastini, Ni Nyoman Artini, Ummi Kultsum
As technology brings both positive and negative impacts on children’s characters, the present study argues that watching movies online can provide access to entertainment that contains values of character education as showcased by Disney’s animated feature entitled Finding Dory. Through textual analysis,...
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The Meaning of Economic Activity in the Family Economics from Balinese Women’s Perspective

Luh Indrayani, Lucy Sri Musmini
Women, like men, are also in charge in family economics. This study aimed at understanding the meaning of economic activity in the family economics from Balinese women’s perspective. The approach of this study was transcendental phenomenology by discovering the meaning and reality of informants about...
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The Effect of Financial Literacy, Gender, and Students’ Income on Investment Intention: The Case of Accounting Students

Nyoman Trisna Herawati, Ni Wayan Yulianita Dewi
Investment activities are essential to be developed among millennial generation, including college students. The development of fintech should be able to make students participate in investing activities in the stock market. However, a survey shows that there is a lack of traders from the younger generation....
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Usability Testing in Tourism Object Management System

I Gusti Ngurah Putra Arijaya, I Made Ardwi Pradnyana, I Made Agus Wirawan, I Wayan Suwendra, I Gede Putra Nugraha, I Nengah Suparta
In developing a website, it must go through usability guidelines to ensure a system is easy to use. Usability is an important aspect to assess the quality of the website interface. This research was conducted to analyze the usability level of the Tourist Management System. This study used a usability...
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Correlation Between Body Mass Index (BMI) and Level of Anxiety to Menstrual Cycle for Young Female Students in the Department of Midwifery

Luh Ari Arini, Ketut Espana Giri, Anjar Tri Astuti
Menstruation is the initial sign in which the function of a woman’s reproductive organs has matured. This situation happens every month in a periodic cycle. The menstrual cycle of young women tends to be irregular or disorders because it is influenced by the balance of the estrogen and progesterone hormone...
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Sustainability Reporting Practice in Indonesian Public University: How to Support the Reporting Process?

Putu Sukma Kurniawan, Sunitha Devi, I Gede Putu Banu Astawa
This research aimed at providing an overview of sustainability reporting practices in Indonesian public universities. This research contained two important discussions. The first discussion explained the development of sustainability reporting practices in Indonesian public university and the last discussion...
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A Need Analysis and Instructional Strategy in the Village Financial Administration Through Village Financial System Media

Ni Luh Gede Erni Sulindawati, I Gusti Ketut Arya Sunu
This study aimed at analyzing the needs and an appropriate instructional strategy related to village financial administration. The study used a development method, following the stages of the potential and the need problem in the instruction and the need of village apparatus in administrating the village...
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The History of Taman Sari Temple in Sebudi Village, Selat, Karangasem, Bali and its Potential as a Tourist Attraction

I Made Pageh, I Wayan Putra Yasa
This study is qualitative research that aims to find out the history and spiritual tourism potential in Taman Sari Temple in Sebudi Village, Selat, Karangasem. The steps of the research carried out were determining the location, determining the informant, collecting data, triangulating data, analyzing...
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Empowering Local Potentiality (Local Genius) as Sociocultural Capital to Develop Tourism

I Wayan Kertih
This study aimed at identifying local genius empowerment as socio-cultural capital to develop tourism in Nusa Penida, Bali province by using a cultural ethnographic study approach. The respondents in this study were determined through snowball sampling. The result showed that there were various forms...
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Spatial Analysis of Rural–Urban Linkages in Suburbs of Denpasar City

Putu Indra Christiawan, I Gede Astra Wesnawa, I Made Sarmita
The debate about rural-urban linkages is crucial in regional development. Rural-urban linkages can be viewed from people’s movement as well as the pattern of goods and services. The present study aims to elaborate this linkage in the suburbs of Denpasar City. Primary data had been collected from sample...
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Primary Literacy Activities in Basic Education in Bali: Describing Implication on Children Reading and Writing in EFL

N.N. Padmadewi, L.P. Artini, L.G.R Budiarta, P.A.R. Apriliadewi
The results of PISA (Program of International Student Assessment) revealed that Indonesia students still have a low literacy level. This research aimed at investigating the implementation of Primary English Literacy activities at elementary school and finding out the effect of the activities toward the...
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The Development of Android-Based Balinese Dance Dictionary

Kadek Yota Ernanda Aryanto, I Nengah Suandi, I Wayan Mudana, Ni Luh Partami, I Made Bandem
Almost all of the terms used in Balinese dance adopt words or terms from the Balinese language which can make difficulties for those who are interested in learning Balinese dance. Current technologies, especially in mobile technology, can certainly be a solution and become medium to disseminate the Balinese...
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Knowledge and Perception of Reproductive Health Among Men Who Have Sex with Men

Made Kurnia Widiastuti Giri, Ni Komang Arie Suwastini, Ni Nyoman Artini
The Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM) lives in irrational stigma of sexual behavior where the community does not have a complete knowledge about MSM sexual behavior. This study aimed to describe MSM’s sexual behavior, knowledge, and perception of reproduction health. This study was designed as systematic...
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Perceptions and Needs Among Diabetes Patients: A Qualitative Study

Made Kurnia Widiastuti Giri, Adnyana Putra
Diabetes mellitus is a degenerative disease that requires multi-dimensional management. Nowadays, the current phenomenon in the community happens that the patients only focused on pharmacological therapy without getting suggestions that describing the other dimensions. This study aimed at analyzing the...
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English Learning Media for EFL Elementary Learners: A Development of Camtasia-Based Digital Video

Luh Gede Eka Wahyuni, Ade Asih Susiari Tantri
Teachers’ less competence in evolving technology-based media into teaching and learning process becomes the basis for this study to develop a learning video by using Camtasia Studio. A design and development research was used with ADDIE model. The development was done based on need analysis through document...
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Risk Factors for Risky Pregnancy in Patas Village, the Working Area of Gerokgak I Health Center

Ni Komang Sulyastini, Luh Nik Armini, Ni Nyoman Ayu Desi Sekarini, Putu Irma Pratiwi
Every pregnant woman needs to be monitored during her pregnancy. One observation that can be done is through screening and early detection during pregnancy. High and very high risk pregnancies increase maternal complications and death. This study revealed the risk factors for risky pregnancy in Patas...
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PowToon-Based Video Media for Teaching English for Young Learners: An Example of Design and Development Research

Luh Diah Surya Adnyani, Ni Wayan Surya Mahayanti, G.A.P Suprianti
This study aims to develop a digital teaching media using PowToon that will help raise the integration of ICT in the young learner classroom. In this study, a design and development research method (DDR) was used. The media were developed by applying phases of ADDIE. The development was based on questionnaires,...
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Data Acquisition of Electric Power Usage as the Implementation of the Internet of Things at Smart Home

A.A. Kusuma Dewi, Gede Suweken, K.A. Ady Aryanto, K.Y. Ernanda Aryanto
Data from the ASEAN Center for Energy (ACE) shows that Indonesia has the highest level of energy consumption in Asia. Home automation, a smart home scheme utilizing the vast development of the latest networking and AI technologies, has been proposed to tackle the problems. In this work, we have provided...
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Gamifying Balinese Local Story: Facilitating Gen Z in Learning English

Putu Kerti Nitiasih, Luh Gd Rahayu Budiarta, Ni Wayan Surya Mahayanti
Working with nowadays children, technology cannot be neglected to be involved in their learning. Gamification in education becomes very popular as one of the most effective methods in facilitating students’ learning. Inserting gamification elements in Balinese Local Stories was the purpose of this R&D...
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Design of the Integrated Health Information System in the District of Bangli

KYE Aryanto, IW Abyong, KA Seputra, GA Pradnyana, A.A.G Yudhi Paramartha
Healthcare information, technology, product of technology, and information technology that supports the development of healthcare can be resulted from research and development of science and technology. The presidential regulation stated that the components of the healthcare management were grouped into...
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Learning Japanese Language Based on 2013 Curriculum at Elementary Schools in Bali

Desak Made Sri Mardani, I Wayan Sadyana, Luh Diah Surya Adnyani
This study aimed at describing the implementation of the 2013 curriculum in learning Japanese at elementary schools in Bali, considering that learning Japanese has not been taught only in high /vocational school level. The results of questionnaires and interviews revealed that only 20% of them have implemented...
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Uncovering Assessment Literacy of Elementary Teachers in Singaraja, Bali

A.A.I. Ngurah Marhaeni, A.A. Gede Yudha Paramartha, Dewa Gede Firstia Wirabrata, Nyoman Dantes, I.K. Agus Susilawan, Dewa Ayu Puteri Handayani
This study aimed at determining the teacher assessment literacy of elementary school teachers in Buleleng Regency. It was a descriptive study with the sample of 144 elementary school teachers selected by using multistage random sampling technique. The data were collected by using questionnaire and interview...
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STEM Oriented Mathematics Learning with GeoGebra

Gede Suweken
This paper presents a series of GeoGebra-based mathematical applet (mathlets) for science and math subjects, developed for elementary, middle, high school, and Calculus students. The mathlets were developed in order to fulfill requirements for qualified mathematics learning as expected by the K-13 curriculum....
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Mathematics Learning Outcomes Based on Gender in the Inquiry Learning Model

Ni Ketut Erawati
Gender differences cannot be avoided under any circumstances. The same thing also happens in a classroom. This study aimed at analyzing students’ learning outcomes based on their gender in the inquiry learning model. This research used a quantitative descriptive study with a comparative causal method....
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Musculoskeletal and Postural Stress Evaluation as a Basic for Ergonomic Work Attitudes on Welding Workers

Wahyu Susihono, Yuri Selviani, Ida Ayu Kade Arisanthi Dewi, Ni Luh Gede Liswahyuningsih
Production process in the construction industry is mostly done by human labour in many manual material handling activities ranging from transportation, machine set-up, and workpiece arrangement. At our subject company, 33 workers have complaints about muscle parts, which are commonly referred to musculoskeletal...
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Carbonization Characteristics of Municipal Solid Waste/Cow Manure Blend

Made Gunamantha, Made Vivi Oviantari, Ni Putu Sri Ayuni
The goal of this research was to elucidate the characteristics of organic fraction of municipal solid waste or cow manure blend biochar produced in a batch-type carbonization reactor at range temperature, ranging from 300 to 350 degrees Celcius. The OFMSW composition to cow manure in feedstock were varied...
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Validity and Reliability of Critical Thinking Disposition Inventory

I Wayan Redhana, Ida Bagus Nyoman Sudria
The aim of this study was describing the validity and reliability of critical thinking inventory. The type of study was survey research. The study population was students of junior high schools in the Province of Bali, Indonesia. Samples were drawn by a multistage random sampling technique. In each district,...
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Fraud Prevention Using Village Financial Management Control System

A A Gde Satia Utama, Tri Nur Afiyah Wulandari
The study aims at exploring the Internal Control System in preventing fraud in village financial management. This research applied qualitative exploratory with a case study method. The Data of this research were primary and secondary data through interviews, documentation, and observation from Ketapang...
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Development of Natural Fiber Composites Based on Thickness Swelling Using Palm Fiber and Coconut Fiber Paper

Dewi Oktofa Rachmawati, I Gede Aris Gunadi
Palm and coconut fibers are able to accommodate different water, have good insulation of temperature and sound. The combination of palm and coconut fibers as a reinforcement of natural fiber composites is influenced by the characteristic thickness of the constituent materials. This study aimed at describing...
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An Error Analysis on English Phrase Category Done by Students

I Wayan Swandana, Dewa Putu Ramendra, Kadek Sintya Dewi
This article aims at analyzing English phrase category done by the English students majoring in English Education Study Program. It discusses about the types of errors on English phrase category and the factors influencing the errors. Qualitative design was chosen in this study. The subject of this study...
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Improving Teaching Ability with Eight Teaching Skills

Nyoman Sugihartini, Gede Partha Sindu, Kadek Sintya Dewi, Masduki Zakariah, Putu Sudira
In a teaching process, learning media should be developed to engage students in a classroom. This study aimed at developing learning media for microteaching courses in the form of teaching simulation videos. The development model used in making this media was the ADDIE model (Analysis, Design, Development,...
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Development of e-Modules Entrepreneurship

Putu Eka Dianita Marvilianti, Nyoman Sugihartini
This research was aimed to develop media in the form of e-modules for entrepreneurship lectures. The e-module was developed using the ADDIE model (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, Evaluation). (1) Analyze, conduct analysis related to system requirements and curriculum analysis. (2) Design,...
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Tourism Development in Jembong Sub-Village, Ambengan Village

Wahjoedi, I Ketut Iwan Swadesi
This research aimed at mapping the tourism potency and formulating pilot tourism objects to be developed in the area of Jembong Waterfall, Ambengan Village. The data was collected by using non-test technique utilizing document study and analysis, observation, questionnaire and interview. The result of...
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The Analysis on the Implementation of Mobile-Assisted Language Learning Strategy Through Quizizz Application to Improve Student’s Reading Comprehension at Undiksha Singaraja

P.A.K. Juniarta, K.S. Dewi, G. Mahendrayana, I.W. Swandana
This research aimed at improving student’s reading comprehension by applying MALL-based learning strategy through Quizizz application in literal reading class. Subjects of the research were the second-semester students of D class at Undiksha Singaraja who took the literal reading subject. The research...
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Sport–Ecotourism Development in Ambengan Village, Sukasada District, Buleleng Regency

I Putu Panca Adi, Wahjoedi, Wasti Danardani
This study aimed at mapping and carrying out a SWOT analysis of the potential of sport ecotourism in Ambengan Village, Sukasada District, Buleleng Regency, Bali Province which was integrated and sustainably expected to be able to reflect Bali and in line with Bali as a world tourist destination. The...
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Error Analysis of Latin-to-Balinese Script Transliteration Method Based on Noto Sans Balinese Font

L. H. Loekito, G. Indrawan, Sariyasa, I K. Paramarta
Balinese script is a part of Balinese culture which is feared to be extinct due to the decrease in its use. This research is one of the efforts to preserve Balinese Script using technology, which focuses on the error analysis of Latin-to-Balinese script transliteration method based on Noto Sans Balinese...
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Essays Written by Primary School Students at Grade Six in Tabanan Regency, Bali Province: A Syntactic Approach

Ida Bagus Putrayasa
This study aimed to describe types, unity, and structures of sentences contained in the essays written by primary schools students at grade six in Tabanan regency, Bali province. The method used to collect the data was document recording and analyzed by a descriptive analysis technique. The results showed...
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Analysis of E-Government Governance in Bangli District’s Government Using the COBIT 5 Framework

Putu Juliantari, Gede Rasben Dantes, Dewa Gede Hendra Divayana
Evaluation of e-government governance in Bangli Regency was conducted to address the problems of efficiency and effectiveness of e-government management, thus providing an overview of the actual conditions with the results in the form of recommendations to improve the quality of e-government governance....
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Development of Rampak Kendang Module Based on Multiple Intelligences for Elementary School Teachers

Fery Setyaningrum, Heni Siswantari
The phenomena of the lack of instructional media on cultural arts and skills materials happened in Primary Schools in Patimuan District Cilacap, that is Rampak Kendang Art. Then, the learning modules based on Multiple Intelligences has been developed. The purpose of this study was to elaborate the development...
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Developing Storyline for Role-Playing Games Based on Balinese Folklore for Preserving Local Wisdom and Character Education

Ni Komang Arie Suwastini, Gede Rasben Dantes, I Nyoman Laba Jayanta, Christina Turut Suprihatin
The present study is focused on building the storyline for the game designed in a Role-Playing-Game that allows players to set the course of their quests. The steps of the research include identifying the Balinese folklore to be included; analyzing of the roles of these characters in the game by using...
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Gusti Ayu Murniasihasih’s Naked Body Biography

Hardiman, Luh Suartini
This article is a part of the research entitled “An Effort to Compile the Biographies of Contemporary Balinese Women Artists”. The purpose of this article is to discuss Gusti Ayu Kadek Murniasihasih’s naked body biography from the perspective of cultural studies. This article is based on the view of...
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The Development of Physical Sports and Health Education Learning Media Based on Android Applications

I Ketut Iwan Swadesi, I Nyoman Kanca
Information and communication technology (ICT) is a necessity in the effort to achieve better educational outcomes. The purpose of this research was to develop Physical Sports and Health Education Learning Media with Android Application-Based, which involved students, teachers and academic experts in...
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The Quality of Observation Results and Question Formulation of Vocational School Teachers in Scientific Approach Implementation

I Wayan Subagia, I Gusti Lanang Wiratma
The use of the scientific approach as an idea of learning becomes one of the Indonesian government policies in education. This paper aimed at describing the quality of observation results and questions formulation of vocational school teachers in scientific approach implementation. This study involved...
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Dance Learning for Children with Moderate Mental Retardation at the Pembina State Special Education School of Yogyakarta

Heni Siswantari, Mira Setia Wati
SLB Pembina Yogyakarta concentrated on students with mental retardation category of mild, moderate, to severe scales. Dance learning was given to all students as an extracurricular activity to hone the children’s motor skills. This study aimed to describe the dance learning for children with moderate...
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Concept of Sound in Tifa as Papua’s Contextual Learning Media

Supriyadi, I. D. Palittin, Desy Kumala Sari
This study aimed to determine the use of Tifa music instruments in sound concepts as a contextual science learning media. The focus of this research is the use of Tifa music instruments which are often used in traditional ceremonies by the Malind tribe in Sota District, Merauke Regency. The research...
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Prevalence of Anemia and Stunting in Early Adolescent Girls

Ni Wayan Dewi Tarini, Wayan Sugandini, Ni Komang Sulyastini
This study aimed at determining the prevalence of anemia and stunting, focusing on the relationship between anemia and stunting in early adolescents. The design a cross-sectional study was applied by taking secondary data from the First Quarter Report of Youth Visits at Sukasada I Public Health Center...
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Woodball Mental Exercises

Gede Doddy Tisna, Gede Eka Budi Darmawan
Woodball achievement is inseparable from several factors, including physical, technical, mental, and tactics factors. Mental factors need special attention from coaches and psychologists, so the performance of woodball athletes can be improved. Mental is influenced by internal factors and external factors....
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Knowledge and it’s Mental Awareness Toward the Incidence of Sports Injuries Among Participants of Student’s Football Team

I Made Satyawan, I Kadek Happy Kardiawan, Ketut Chandra Adinata Kusuma
There are internal and external factors affecting the occurrence of sport injuries, in which psychological aspect can be considered as one of the factors. This study aimed to analyze the correlation between the knowledge and mental responses of sports injuries among participants of student’s football...
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Improvement of Physical Fitness Through Management of Daily Physical Activity of Elementary School Students

Sasminta Christina Yuli Hartati, Taufiq Hidayat, Hari Wisnu, Bayu Budi Prakoso, Suroto
Previous researches have discussed how learning Physical Education (PE) alone is not enough to improve students’ physical fitness. For this reason, PE class serves as a tool for forming healthy lifestyles through active participation in physical activity (PA) and sports. This article aims to explain...
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Development of Basic Football Learning Techniques (Kicking) Through Digitalization of Learning Material

Sandey Tantra Paramitha, Iman Imanudin, Syam Hardwis, Deni Maulana Suwanta
This research aimed at improving the quality of learning the basic techniques of kicking football in the form of digitalization. The method used in this study included the method of analysis. The design methods were structured through making an implementation of digital application designs. The research...
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Comparison Between the Effects of 10 Repetition 2 Sets Footwork with 5 Repetition 4 Sets Footwork for Improving Trainees’ Agility in Badminton Training

I Putu Astrawan
Aimed at comparing the effectiveness of footwork with 10 repetition 2 set and with 5 repetition 4 set footwork, this study was conducted in pretest-posttest control group design, involving 42 male badminton students enrolled in professional training program of Ganesha University of Education. Group 1...
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Interaction Between Body Image and Exercise Activity

Adnyana Putra, I Ketut Sudiana, Made Kurnia Widiastuti Giri
This article review was made to discuss the relationship between body image and exercise activity. It is suggested on the articles that negative body image was mostly found in women. Negative body image restricts person’s choices to do exercise activity and related to eating pattern of athletes. In the...
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Contemporary Academic Research and the Challenges of the Digital Era

Peter G. Waterworth
Academics world-wide value the tasks of research and writing as ways of making valuable contributions to their fields of study. Universities also benefit greatly from their active researchers by gaining an increased research profile and they therefore establish mechanisms to support productive research....
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What Axioms Inform Your Research? Dialogizing for Innovation in English Language and Literacy Pedagogy

Ania Lian
On 19 April 2019, The Sony Entertainment Center in Toronto filled with 3,000 people, all ready to listen to what Professor Slavoj Žižek, one of the key western philosophers of the present era, called the “duel of the century.” The popularity of the debate between Slavoj Žižek and Jordan Peterson is reflective...