Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Innovative Research Across Disciplines (ICIRAD 2021)
Made Kurnia Widiastuti Giri, I Wayan Muderawan, Komang Hendra Setiawan, Ketut Indra Purnomo, Putu Arya Nugraha
Today, citizens of the world are faced with enormous problems in various aspects of human life due to the problem of the COVID-19 pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a negative impact on all sectors of Indonesian people’s lives. One of the sectors that was significantly affected was the health sector....
A Confirmatory Factor Analysis and Concurrent Validity
Kadek Suranata, Itsar Bolo Rangka, I Putu Agus Apriliana, Ifdil Ifdil, Wayan Eka Paramartha, I Ketut Dharsana
This study aims at evaluating the psychometric properties the Indonesian version of the student well-being scale. This research involved 444 high school students in Bali Province, Indonesia during the period from April to May 2019. The original psychometric well-being (SWB) scale was first published...
Validity and Practicality of Problem-Based Integral Calculus Teaching Materials Assisted with Mathematical Software
Gst Ayu Mahayukti, Putu Kartika Dewi
This study aims to develop Integral Calculus teaching materials to improve students’ communication skills and positive character. The teaching materials developed are problem-based with the help of mathematical software. The model used refers to the Plomp model. Data on the validity of teaching materials...
Development of Textbooks Based on Research in the Perspective of Education and Tourism Development in the Bukit Kangin Forest, Tenganan Pegringsingan
Nyoman Wijana, Sanusi Mulyadiharja
Research has been carried out on the forest vegetation of Bukit Kangin and the results of the research are arranged in the form of a textbook. This book is designed to be used in from the perspective of education and forest tourism development. The purpose of this study was to determine the feasibility...
How is the Learning Process and Assessment in E-Learning According to Japanese High School/ Vocational High School Teachers in Bali
Desak Made Sri Mardani, I Wayan Sadyana
E-learning used during this pandemic is new for Japanese high school/vocational teachers in Bali, where previous face-to-face learning was done. This causes the teacher’s lack of experience in implementing e-learning. The teacher’s lack of experience certainly has an influence on the learning process,...
Dewi Oktofa Rachmawati, Iwan Suswandi
Oil purification is a common method used by the community to reuse used cooking oil. The use of various adsorbents that are rampantly carried out aimed at obtaining the quality of used cooking oil that is safe for consumption. However, in the adsorption process, not all adsorbents can restore the quality...
Contribution of Tropical Fruit Plants and Soil Properties to the Potential of Carbon Sequestration in Open Land Utilization for Mixed Plantations
M V Oviantari, I K Sudiana, I D W K Sastrawidana, I A N G Suryaputra, I M Gunamantha
This study is planned to assess the future carbon storage potential of mixed garden systems for campus open spaces through an estimation approach by assessing 10 tropical fruit plants developed on community plantations around Buleleng district. Three trees were selected for each type. Each tree was measured...
Interactive Learning Media in Higher Education
Ketut Chandra Adinata Kusuma, I Wayan Artanayasa, Adrianus I Wayan Ilia Yuda Sukmana
The utilization of interactive learning media is a demand in the distance learning period. The learning media developed must be easily used by students to achieve learning objectives. The objective of this research is to describe the practicality of D-MENBOLA, a football learning media for sports coaching...
Analysis of Needs for the Development of Physical Education Learning Model in Elementary School Based on Traditional Game
I Ketut Yoda, I.P. Adi Wibowo, Ria Tri Harini Dwi Rusiawati, Ketut Chandra Adinata Kusuma, Gede Doddy Tisna
The aim of this research is to obtain information and data related to the analysis of the need for the development of physical education and health learning model based on traditional game in elementary schools. The population of this study were 50 elementary schools in Buleleng District consisting of...
The Influence of Social Attitude on Cognitive Competence and Practices in Learning Governance Courses on Family Welfare Education Students
Luh Masdarini, Ida Ayu Putu Hemy Ekayani
The aims of this study were 1) to determine the effect of social attitudes on cognitive competence in the culinary arts course for family welfare education students, 2) to determine the effect of social attitudes on practical competence in the culinary arts course to family welfare education students,...
Adnyana Putra, Made Kurnia Widiastuti Giri
This study aimed to examine the relationship between the level of discussion activity and the results of try-out with learning outcomes in medical students. The research design used was quantitative observational cross-sectional research. The subjects were students in semesters 1, 3, and 5 from Study...
Made Windu Antara Kesiman, Kadek Teguh Dermawan, Gede Aditra Pradnyana
AKSALont is an application that can automatically transliterate the digital image of Lontar Bali into text data format in the Latin alphabet. Seeing the broader needs of the AKSALont application, it was deemed necessary to develop a mobile application version of Akasalont that remains integrated with...
The Effect of Self-Assessment with Inquiry Learning Model to Self-Efficacy and Physics Learning Outcomes
Ni Ketut Rapi, Putu Widiarini, I Wayan Suastra
The main aim of this research was to determine the differences in self-efficacy and physics learning outcomes between students who were facilitated by self-assessment with inquiry learning model and students who were facilitated by conventional assessments. This study used a posttest only non-equivalent...
I Gede Aris Gunadi, Dewi Oktofa Rachmawati, Aldi Prayoga, Muhammad Fauzan
The existence of the lake is very important for the Balinese people, as a source of drinking water, as well as in the spiritual aspects of Hindu religion. One of the lakes on the island of Bali is Lake Buyan. Geographically, it is located in Pancasari village, Sukasada district, Buleleng, Bali. The Bali...
Ni Luh Putu Sri Adnyani, Ni Made Rai Wisudariani, I Nyoman Pasek Hadisaputra, Ni Komang Arie Suwastini, Putu Wiraningsih
Elementary schools in Bali introduce a minimum of three languages, including Balinese as a local language, Indonesian as the national language, and English as a foreign language to students. However, the presence of a dictionary that is focused in assisting students in mastering the three languages is...
M.R. Fauzi, Nurfa Risha, Gede Aris Gunadi, Luh Putu Budi Yasmini
Virus is an infectious agent with microscopic size, a protective shell containing capsomere with protein material called a capsid, and the addition of a shell containing fat called a lipid coat. The one characteristic of a virus is about the shell stiffness, so the virus shell can be assumed as a spring....
Ni Luh Putu Sri Adnyani, Gede Aditra Pradnyana, Ni Made Rai Wisudariani, I Made Ardwi Pradnyana, Gede Rasben Dantes
This study aimed at developing Kata Kolok sign language dictionary by utilizing an Android application. Applying Rapid Application Development (RAD) design model, several stages have been conducted namely business modelling, data modelling, process modelling, application formation, and testing and turnover....
Analysis of the Maintain of Bali Traditional Games Through Photos and Videos of Games to Improve Digital Literacy
Made Agus Dharmadi, A.A.N. Yudha Martin Mahardika
This research is a follow-up study on the development of a website about traditional Balinese games in the previous year, because the website developed did not fully contain the types of games and game media in the form of photos and videos. This website will contain information and traditional Balinese...
Exploring Student Academic Procrastination Based on Time Management, Social Support and Self-Efficacy
M. Rudi Irwansyah, Made Ary Meitriana, Ni’matul Istiqomah
The purpose of this study was to see how time management,.social support and self-efficacy affected students at the Faculty of Economics in Singaraja’s academic procrastination. This was causal research with a qualitative approach. This study consisted of independent variables, namely time management,...
Factors That Affect It (Semi Log Model Analysis)
Putu Krisna Adwitya Sanjaya, I Komang Arthana
On the island of Bali, efforts to conserve forests have been around for a long time through the tradition of Wanakerti and Tumpek Bubuh, namely rituals of respecting forests and plants which are implicitly an implementation of environmental preservation and are also part of local wisdom. This is considered...
A Syntactic Study Based on Character Education Values
Ida Bagus Putrayasa, Dewa Putu Ramendra
The main objectives of this research are to describe (1) sentence types, (2) sentence unity, and (3) The essays of fourth-grade elementary school students in the Buleleng regency were structured according to the values of character education found in their essays. Data were collected by document recording...
Ni’matul Istiqomah, Nur Anita Yunikawati, M. Rudi Irwansyah
This study aims to find out the benefits of self-managed learning in online learning. As we know, the world is currently facing a pandemic, in which most agendas are delayed and must be carried out online. Like education. Education as one of the sectors affected by the pandemic covid19 is undergoing...
I Gde Wawan Sudatha, Adrianus I Wayan Ilia Yuda Sukmana
Technological innovation has led to changes in the teaching and learning process. Advances in computer technology have enabled the development of various learning environments, including learning videos. The theories that underlie learning with learning videos are cognitive theories. Cognitive learning...
I Gde Wawan Sudatha, Anak Agung Gede Agung
The rapid advancement of information and communication technology (ICT) has provided many changes and benefits for the world of education. During the Covid-19 pandemic, the presence of ICT has provided enormous benefits. One of the most important benefits is electronic-based learning (e-learning). In...
N.W. Sukerti, Cok Istri R. Marsiti
The development of Asian Cuisine teaching resources is crucial, as there have been no updated Asian culinary teaching materials in the Culinary Arts Vocational Education Study Program for the last three years, according to a needs analysis. This will facilitate the acquisition of references in the form...
The Implementation of Fusion Food Teaching Materials Based on Local Bali Food in Vocational High School Students in Culinary Expertise
N W Sukerti, Cok Istri R. Marsiti, Luh Masdarini, Damiati Damiati
The present study aimed at describing (1) the results of the implementation of local food teaching materials seen from the students’ practical learning outcomes, (2) learning tools starting from the student worksheet and learning videos on the basic competency of fusion food for the 12th grade students...
Empowerment of Balinese Local Wisdom and Important Elements of Community Life as Learning Sources in of IPS SMP/MTs in Buleleng Regency
I Wayan Kertih, I Gede Astra Wesnawa, I Putu Sriartha, Tuty Maryati
The study was aimed at identifying and analysing the Balinese local wisdom forms and essential aspects of community life in order to use as a complement to social studies material for SMP/MTs. This study was a library research design. Curriculum materials, books of community wisdom, and important elements...
A TBLA-Based Reflective Learning Model Analysis is Effective as a Technique for Strengthening Students’ Pattern of Learning
Ni Ketut Suarni, Gede Nugraha Sudarsana, I Wayan Sujana, Ketut Susiani, I Gusti Agung Ayu Wulandari
The purpose of this study was to analyze the effective transcript-based lesson analysis (TBLA) based reflective learning model as a technique for strengthening the pattern of learning for elementary school students Cluster IV Buleleng District. This is done through analysis of learning outcomes using...
Luh Gede Eka Wahyuni, Ni Putu Astiti Pratiwi
Communicative competence seems to be a major issue to achieve by primary students in learning English in online learning process during COVID-19 outbreak. This is due to the lack of English exposure and innovative learning media which relate to 21st century learning. For this reason, this sequential...
Upgrading Independent Active Class During Pandemic
I Nyoman Adi Jaya Putra, Putu Kerti Nitiasih, Ni Luh Putu Era Adnyayanti, Luh Gd. Rahayu Budiarta
Adapting to rapid changes of technology and information in the midst of Covid-19 spread requires the quality improvement of students learning independently. Therefore, students need an appropriate, challenging, and meaningful support to boost their English learning process. This study aims to develop...
N.K. Wedhanti, D.A Eka Agustini, I Nym Pasek Hadi Saputra, I P N Wage Myartawan
The purpose of this study was to investigate the English material and assess the appropriateness of English teaching material based on ESP principles. The qualitative descriptive method was used in this study. The eleventh grade beauty program students at SMK N 2 Singaraja were the subjects of this study....
Putu Kerti Nitiasih, Luh Gd Rahayu Budiarta, Ni Luh Putu Era Adnyayanti
The revised 2013 curriculum in Indonesia emphasizes HOTS-based learning. Therefore, the teacher’s skill, techniques, methods, media, and books must support the student’s critical thinking. In the learning process, the teacher usually uses the student’s worksheet. However, some educational practitioners...
Putu Adi Krisna Juniarta, Dewa Komang Tantra
The purpose of this study is to determine the ways Mobile Assisted Language Learning (MALL) application was employed throughout the process of teaching and learning, as well as how the seventh-year students in SMP Negeri 4 Singaraja perceived MALL use in the process of English course in teaching and...
Anak Agung Gede Agung, I Made Yudana, I Gusti Ketut Arya Sunu, Kadek Rihendra Dantes, I Gde Wawan Sudatha
In the Covid-19 pandemic situation, various obstacles occurred in various life activities, including learning activities in the world of education. In this Covid-19 pandemic, education, especially in junior high schools, is facing difficulties in managing student subjects or students as a result of not...
A.A. Gede Yudha Paramartha, Ni Luh Putu Eka Sulistia Dewi, Luh Gede Eka Wahyuni
Many studies have pointed out that the assessment practices by teachers in Indonesia were considered low. This arises a question why it happened. That is why the Teacher Assessment Literacy (TAL) need to be studied more deeply. Measurement of TAL is necessary to provide a clearer picture of assessment...
Made Agus Wijaya, Putu Panca Adi, Kadek Yogi Parta Lesmana
Physical activity still needs to be carried out during the Covid-19 pandemic to keep the body healthy and fit. One of the physical activities carried out by Buleleng people is fitness. The purpose of this study was to obtain empirical data regarding the level of discipline of fitness members during the...
Identification of Individual Intolerance Behaviour Trends Through Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) Analysis
Gede Nugraha Sudarsana, Ni Ketut Suarni
This study aims to describe the tendency of high school students’ intolerance behavior by using Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) analysis. This research is descriptive. The sample in this study were high school / vocational students in Singaraja City, and data reduction was carried out using random sampling....
Damiati Damiati, Made Suriani
This study aims to determine (1) the nutritional quality of tempe noodle products with the addition of natural dyes (moringa leaf extract, beetroot extract, and dragon fruit peel extract), (2) determine the quality of the organoleptic test (taste, color, and texture) on the product. tempe noodles with...
Wahjoedi Wahjoedi, I Putu Panca Adi, Damiati Damiati
This development research aims to produce a master plan for tourism development in Panji Anom Village, Sukasada, Buleleng, Bali. The determination of Panji Anom Village as the research location was due to 1) well as the lack of support from the Panji Anom Village Government and other tourism stakeholders.,...
A Preliminary Research Plan
Ni Putu Novita Puspa Dewi, I Putu Budhi Darma Purwanta
As a maritime country, Indonesia has a wider water area than the land area, but the number of fishermen has decreased every year which indicates the welfare of fishermen has also decreased. On the other hand, the growth and development of marine data from various institutions in Indonesia have increased...
The Effectiveness of Blended Training in the Development of Rock-Climbing Athletes in Buleleng Regency in 2021
I Putu Panca Adi, Wahjoedi Wahjoedi, Damiati Damiati
This research is a type of survey research conducted at FPTI Buleleng Regency, Bali Province. The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of blended training in the development of rock climbing athletes in Buleleng Regency in 2021. The focus of the mapping includes anthropometric aspects...
Agus Aan Jiwa Permana, I Gede Partha Sindu
IT development has entered into all aspects. One of them is in the health sector. The current problem is that people do not dare to go to hospitals, health centers, or clinics for fear of contracting Covid, especially for children and the elderly. This is the main reason for providing care to patients...
Interaction Patterns of SMA/SMK Students in Buleleng Regency Based on Learning Styles in Online Learning Using LMS and Social Media
I Gede Sudirtha, I Gede Partha Sindu, Agus Aan Jiwa Permana, Irwan Nur
The purpose of this study was to find out how the interaction patterns of high school / vocational students in Buleleng Regency were based on learning styles in online learning using LMS and social media. The method used in this research is a descriptive qualitative approach. After filling out the learning...
I Wayan Sutaya, Ketut Udy Ariawan, I Gede Nurhayata
This paper discusses the use of zero-crossing in switching for three types of loads, namely resistive, inductive, and capacitive. The switching process using zero crossings and not using zero crossings was simulated with MATLAB software and then the simulation results were analyzed. The results of the...
The Implementation of Tri Hita Karana Culture-Based Character Education at Pasraman Budi Pekerti, Kemenuh Village, Bali
Ida Bagus Putu Arnyana, Ida Ayu Made Istri Utami
The aims of this study are to investigate and examine the implementation of character education and the dimensions of characters taught at Pasraman Budi Pekerti in Kemenuh Village. The type of this study is qualitative research. The participants who were targeted to be educated at the Pasraman were teenagers...
Luh Putu Santiari, Sariyasa Sariyasa, I Ketut Ngurah Arintasuta
The purpose of this research is to determine the Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Undiksha) archivist’s archive management in terms of planning, organization, direction, and supervision. This study was designed using a qualitative approach to achieve these goals. Informants were interviewed and data documentation...
The Representation of Character Education in the Characterizations of Lily Owens in Sue Monk Kidd’s The Secret Life of Bees
I Gusti Ayu Diah Gita Saraswati, Ni Komang Arie Suwastini, Ida Ayu Made Istri Utami, I Gusti Agung Sri Rwa Jayantini, I Wayan Budiarta
As literature is argued to bring positive character values while being an entertaining medium for learning character education, the present study analyzed the five core values of character education in The Secret Life of Bees (2001). The study focused on the characterization of Lily Owens as the main...
Putu Yasamahadewi, Luh Winda Agustina, Ni Komang Arie Suwastini, Ronald Umbas, I Gusti Ayu Agung Dian Susanthi, Nice Maylani Asril
Although he was initially presented as a hated and partial teacher because of his ambiguous behaviours in J.K Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, the character provided a plot twist that shed a positive light on his admirable characters. This study aimed at elucidating Severus Snape’s...
A Joint Venture of Methods and Post-Method Pedagogy
A.A.N. Yudha Martin Mahardika, Ni Putu Astiti Pratiwi
This is a state-of-the-art article proposing the use of plausible eclecticism as alternative to methods of teachings. The idea of plausible eclecticism is to gain valuable contribution of various methods of teaching, while minimizing the drawbacks issues of each teaching method. The plausible eclecticism...
Web-Based System for Bali Tourism Sentiment Analysis during The Covid-19 Pandemic using Django Web Framework and Naive Bayes Method
Gede Aditra Pradnyana, I Gede Mahendra Darmawiguna
The province of Bali, which relies heavily on the tourism sector, is certainly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. The various policies taken by the Bali Provincial Government in order to break the chain of the spread of Covid-19 always experience pros and cons in the community. The data from the analysis...
The Study among Preschool Teachers during Covid-19 Pandemic
Dewa Ayu Puteri Handayani, Didith Pramunditya Ambara
The issue on learning agility has obtained special attention especially during major changes of Covid-19 pandemic. The current study investigated the learning agility based on age and work experience, specifically how the group of age and work experience differ in learning agility and each of the dimensions...