Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Sustainable Innovation 2020–Social, Humanity, and Education (ICoSIHESS 2020)
Case Study in Lazismu Yogyakarta Province
Sutrisno, Razali Haron, Syarif As’ad
This study aimed to explore in-depth the role of zakat institutions in poverty alleviation by distributing zakat funds in various programs, particularly through economic empowerment. This research is focused on Entrepreneurship Economic Development in Lazismu, Yogyakarta Province. Furthermore, this paper...
Case Study: Merapi Disaster in Umbulharjo Sleman Yogyakarta 2018
Adhianty Nurjanah, Iswanto, Dyah Mutiarin
Mount Merapi is one of the active volcanoes in the world located in Sleman Regency, Yogyakarta. Mount Merapi erupts periodically. Potential hazards that can occur are the release of hot material when an eruption occurs along with volcanic ash, hot clouds and cold lava. The potential for large natural...
Muchamad Zaenuri, Yusuf A. Hasan, Sri Handari Wahyuningsih, Muhammad Eko Atmojo, Muhammad Iqbal
Halal tourism has outstanding potential and prospects in Indonesia, and this is because most of the population is Muslim, and there are also very many religious tourist destinations. Besides that, the tourism industry in Indonesia is very enthusiastic about welcoming this halal tourism phenomenon, which...
Sadam Fajar Shodiq, Abd. Madjid
Transmission of socio-cultural values is seen as a kind of “black box.” A student usually obtains their socio-cultural values from their role models (probably their parents or other adults), but how this socialization process works is not explicitly spelled out. Information on socio-cultural values is...
Suranto, Dewi Sekar Kencono, Muhammad Iqbal
This paper aims to explore the extent of cultural values that affect the implementation of smart living policy in Yogyakarta, which is indicated by aspects of safety, health and culturally vibrant and happiness. Yogyakarta is well-known as a comfortable city to live in as well as high life expectancy,...
The Effect of Learning Motivation and Social Support on Learning Achievement of the Students in Aisyiyah Female Orphanage Serangan Yogyakarta
Dyah Pikanthi Diwanti, Suryanto, Sri Iswati, Tri Siwi Agustina, Hari Basuki Notobroto
This research aims to find out whether there is a positive and significant effect of (1) learning motivation on students’ achievement, (2) social support on students’ achievement, (3) learning motivation, and social support on students’ achievement. This research was quantitative, located at Aisyiyah...
Syah Amelia Manggala Putri, Rizki, Safaah Restuning Hayati
This research aims to analyze the risk potential and risk management implementation of zakat (Islamic alms) on BAZNAZ (Badan Amil Zakat National/National Zakat Official Institution) DIY. The disparity between the potential and realization of zakat in Indonesia, especially in Yogyakarta, indicates that...
Rozikan, Mukhlis Rahmanto, Julia N. E. Satyarini
This article aims to discover the Islamic normative teachings of self-reliance economy. Does it stand alone as a concept or become an integral part of other major concepts in Islam. This issue is important because, from an economic standpoint, most of the countries with a majority Muslim population are...
Tumin, Anisa Dwi Makrufi, Halim Purnomo
Islam is the religion of peace. It was first revealed in Mecca and spread out around the world through the last Prophet and Messenger of Allah SWT, Muhammad (peace be upon him), and his Companions. Compared to other religions, currently Islam is considered as the biggest population after the Christianity...
Nurul Aisyah, Lailia Farhatus Sofiah
Pesantren in Indonesia has played a role in forming the nation’s children’s religiosity. Besides, each pesantren has a different style in the efforts to establish religiosity. This study aims to compare each pesantren’s role in improving the religiosity of the santri of the Tahfidz Al-Quran in the Yogyakarta...
Sri Umiyati, M. Husni Tamrin
The development of halal tourism recently becomes the global market phase. It is important necessity for developing halal tourism destinations for Moslem travelers. Since 2019, the Global Muslim Travel Index (GMTI) has planned that the number of Moslem travelers in the world are predicted to increase...
Fadhlan Nur Hakiem, Novi Rizka Amalia
This research aims at analyzing the impact of international cooperation on economic security carried out by local governments. Economic security is an essential aspect of the human security approach. In the human security approach, security is not limited to military threats but also non-military threats...
Ratna Sari, M Nurul Ikhsan Saleh
The research investigated the emotions and evaluated the effectiveness of undergraduate students on Expressive Writing during the online learning process in the pandemic of COVID-19. The subjects are 122 undergraduate students divided into experiment and control groups. The quasi-experimental and thematic...
Tri Na’imah, Heru Kurnianto Tjahjono, Abd. Madjid
Workplace well-being is often researched in a variety of organizations using a variety of research instruments. However, the variable of workplace welfare has not been widely studied in Islamic education organizations. Therefore, this study aims to develop workplace well-being dimensions in Islamic Kindergartens...
Sri Wahyuni, Wildan Taufik Raharja
This study aims to formulate the competency model for health workers in the community health center (PUSKESMAS) at the coastal area of Surabaya. In the developing competency model of health workers, this study maps the nurse’s competence in the perspective of public service quality, they are: Responsiveness,...
Atik Septi Winarsih, Dewi Sekar Kencono, Muhammad Iqbal
In 2018, the minister Reform and Bureaucratic were giving the award to the 61 heads of regions with the best public service. This award is intended to provide an evaluation of public services to the community. The results of the evaluation of services public in 2018 are as much as 16 units of the organizers...
Erwan Sudiwijaya, Kusridho Ambardi
This study aims to describe the management of Kulina marketing communications that are carried out digitally after re-branding in September 2017, The number of orders start to experience a significant increases during November and December by maximizing the internet as a marketing communication medium....
Ayu Amalia, Mohammad Sani Suprayogi
COVID-19 pandemic gradually leads to habits shifting amongst Indonesians, which indirectly alters the increase of internet usage by 40% during ‘Work from Home’ period instigated by the Government (CNN Indonesia, 2020). Social media access is claimed as the main reason why netizens connect to the internet,...
Korean Drama Liberalization?: Political Economy of Product Placement Legalization for Foreign Companies in South Korea
Ratih Herningtyas, Febrianti D.L Wardhanny
This article aims to determine the effect of product placement legalization for foreign companies in the South Korean cultural industry, especially Korean Drama, toward the development of foreign direct investment in South Korea. In the past, the government saw foreign cultural industries, with their...
Application of Risk-Adjusted Returnon Capital (RAROC) in Measuring the Effects of Macroprudential Policy on Sharia Bank Market Risks in Indonesia
Aqidah Asri Suwarsi, Safaah Restuning Hayati, Setiawan Aji
Macroprudential Policy is a policy issued by Bank Indonesia to control systemic risk in the economy, both monetary risk and financial risk. This study aims to determine the effect of macroprudential factors, namely Gross Domestic Product, Inflation, and the BI Rate, on the market risk of Islamic Commercial...
The Perspectives on Philanthropic Hadiths in Panti Asuhan Muhammadiyah Lowanu Yogyakarta, this article discusses the perspectives on the hadiths that are used as theological foundation by Muhammadiyah in carrying out a social human movement in the form of an orphanage, which is Panti Asuhan Lowanu. The...
A Comparative Study of Digital Literacy Frameworks
Taufiqur Rahman, Ayu Amalia, Zuhdan Aziz
Digital literacy is an essential requirement for every individual to survive in the digital society. Initiatives have been done to develop a comprehensive digital literacy framework in many countries. These initiatives use different names for the framework including digital literacy, digital competence,...
The Analysis of the Development and the Application of Islamic International Relations Methodology in the University of Darussalam Gontor
Rudi Candra, Sofi Mubarok
This research is the advancement of research entitled “Analysis of the development of Islamic Perspectives in International Relations in Indonesia” which found that one of the problems of scientific publications lack related to Islamic International Relations in Indonesia is relevant to the methodology...
Interest and Reading Ability of Islamic Education Student in Increasing Teacher Candidates Competence
Anisa Dwi Makrufi, Yusuf Abdul Hasan, Tumin, Ilma Nafi’ah
Reading activities have a very positive impact, including being able to stimulate mentally, reduce stress, add insight, improve memory quality, train thinking and analysis skills. The teacher’s interest and reading power are needed in order to strengthen his competence in carrying out the learning process....
Development of Storytelling Methods in Microteaching for Strengthening Prospective Teacher Competencies
Yusuf Abdul Hasan, Anisa Dwi Makrufi, Midawati
Storytelling is a process in which every prospective teacher of Islamic Religious Education (as a teller) uses vocalization, narrative structure, and mental imagery to communicate with others who also use mental imagery and, in turn, communicate back through body language and facial expressions. The...
The Effect of The International Code of Conduct on Pesticide Management on the Use of Pesticide in Kerala, India (2003-2017)
Mutia Hariati Hussin, Esti Kukuh Perbawati
The use of pesticides initially was governed by the Code of Conduct on the Distribution and Use of Pesticide. The State of Kerala in India had been using pesticides to eliminate malaria, and in 1962, the Plantation Cooperation of Kerala began spraying pesticides by plane regularly three times every year....
Strengthening the Border Tourism in Sambas District of West Kalimantan Indonesia in the Covid-19 Pandemic: A Political Boundaries Perspective
Elyta Elyta, Wahyuni Kartikasari
The Covid-19 pandemic has hurt global tourism, including in Indonesia. Covid-19 has made tourism actors aware to be wise in managing natural and cultural resources. This research was conducted to analyze the strengthening of border tourism during Covid-19 from a political boundary perspective. This study...
The Role of Masyarakat Peduli Api (MPA) Communities in Forest and Land Fire Disaster Communication in Riau Province
Case Study in Siak District in 2019
Adhianty Nurjanah, Sakir, Aswad Ishak
Disasters occur unexpectedly, with varying severity, posing major challenges for effective information exchange and coordination. Forest and land fires are part of natural disasters that cause huge losses to both health and the economy. Forest fires in Siak Regency, Riau Indonesia continue every year....
A Framing Analysis of Negotiation of Interest in Islam via Dakwah Content Between Indonesia and Malaysia
A Case Study on Traditional Arts Performance
Twediana Budi Hapsari, Norhayati Rafida binti Abdul Halim
Indonesia and Malaysia have similarities in many ways. For example, Melayu culture has become the dominant culture in both countries. Also, Islam has also become a way of life for the majority of both countries. This study aimed to explore the resemblance and variances practices, particularly in Jogjakarta...
Ika Wahyuni Lestari, Anggun Sundari
A flipped classroom has been widely applied in many educational fields. One of which is in English instruction. Although it has obtained more attention, studies on the flipped classrooms in Indonesian context are rarely found. The present study explored university students’ experiences who joined a flipped...
Sri Rejeki Murtiningsih, Queen Fiqi Ardlillah
In the process of rapid information exchange from various languages and cultures, competent interpreters are mandatory. Interpreters are essential because they bridge communication between two or more speakers who use different languages. In their professional activities, interpreters encounter a wide...
Ana Taqwa Wati, Nasita Dara Maula
Speaking skills can express sounds or words to express thoughts in ideas, opinions, or feelings to other audiences. A debate is one of the most appropriate and strategic forums to develop thinking and speaking skills in education. This study aims to identify a correlation between vocabulary mastery of...
Indah Puspawati, Rohmi Juharoh
ICT in education is a powerful force for boosting the modernization of education. The use of ICT in education lends itself to more student-centered learning settings. ICT for education refers to the development of information and communications technology specifically for teaching and learning purposes,...
Correlation Study of Motivation and Habits to Learn Japanese Language With Result of Japanese Language Proficiency Test
Rosi Rosiah, Azizia Freda Savana, Rati Narendra Warisman
The study is interested in finding a correlation between motivation and study habits with Japanese Language Proficiency Test N3. Students of the Japanese Language Study Program at Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta 4th Grade the academic year 2018-2019. This research used a quantitative approach with...
The Importance of TOAFL in Improving the Language Skills of Arabic Language Education of Sixth Semester Students at Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta
Mohamad Muhajir, Mohamad Naim Madjid
The research discusses the urgency of TOAFL (Test of Arabic as a Foreign Languagen) in Improving the linguistic skills of sixth-semester student of the Arabic Language Education Study Program, Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta. There were 15 students as samples chosen using the simple random sampling...
A Study of Online Learning Implementation in LPK Mulia Meisou Indonesia
Thamita Islami Indraswari, Siti Mutiaraningsih, Siti Julaeha, Santy Sugiarty
The outbreak of COVID-19 in Indonesia brings larger-scale social restriction, impacting educational institutes in carrying learning activities. Recent trends in Japanese language learning research in vocational training institutes lean toward the learning style before the pandemic, which is heavily oriented...
The Problems in the Writing of the Thesis by Final Year Students in the Japanese Language Study Program in Indonesia
Dedi Suryadi, Poppy Rahayu
This study focuses on the description and analyzes the problems faced by final year students in the Japanese Language Education study program. The research followed several considerations: 1) the number of problems faced by students when completing their studies is not only the problem of writing a thesis,...
Maryam Sorohiti, Eni Nur Aini
Teaching materials play an important role in English grammar mastery for students; however, there are possibilities that teaching materials might be perceived differently by either students or teachers. This study aimed to determine the EFL students’ perception of interesting teaching materials used...
Fitria Rahmawati, Althof Shobrun Jamil
Exposing EFL students to authentic materials has been considered a valuable learning experience as it can expose students to the target language. This study explores the EFL teachers’ practices using authentic materials, especially in their e-learning courses, including 1) identifying the kinds of the...
In the classical period, nahwu science books’ work is not like the present one, which was more tiered in discussion and compiled in its study chapter. Sibawah’s book (180 H.) titled Al-Kitab becomes the primary reference for nahwu in each generation. One effort to renew the work of nahwu after the Sibawaih...
Arifah Mardiningrum, Annisa Larasati
Facing different cultural aspects in a host country can result in a culture shock. The current study investigates the culture shock sources in a Study Abroad program and student participants’ strategies to cope with the sources’ shock. The study used a qualitative design and involved two students on...
Muh. Naim Madjid
Science and sign are two different words with a close relationship where they both have to be present to complete one another. COVID-19 has been declared by World Health Organization (WHO) in March 2020 as a pandemic with the global spread of a new disease since December 2019 and has successfully taken...
Difficulties and Strategies in Learning English: An Analysis of Students From English and Non-English Education Department in Indonesia
Suryanto, Zahra Eka Sari
Two different contextual backgrounds may yield other influences. This research aimed to examine the difficulties of the English Language Education Department (ELED) students and non-English Language Education Department (non-ELED) in learning English language and their strategies to cope with their difficulties....
This research is motivated by the problem of the inactivity of students in learning Arabic because learning is still conventional without the help of learning media. From these problems the researchers designed the Arabic scrabble geame media. This study is to determine the effectiveness of using scrabble...
Luluk Iswati, Saptin Dwi Setyo Hastuti
As ESP is increasingly applied in many non-English departments of higher education institutions, evaluating the course is pivotal as it gauges to what extent the program is successful to meet learners’ needs and the overall course goals. Hence, this study was set out to evaluate on-going ESP courses...
Development Model of Islamic Education Learning Through the Curriculum Transformation of Al-Islam and Kemuhammadiyahan (AIK) in the Arabic Education Department, Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta
Yayat Hidayat, Ardityo Hendi Prastowo
The purpose of the study is to describe deeply and systematically about the development model of Islamic education learning through curriculum transformation of Al-Islam and Kemuhammadiyahan (AIK) in the Departement of Arabic Education (PBA) of Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta (UMY). The research...
Noor Qomaria Agustina
The advance of technology will influence human life in many ways. This paper presents the genealogy of digital literacy, and how the technology influences the education. The year of 1970 through 1980 is the mark of the technological leap by fast amount of big inventions. The invention of personal computers...
Hesti Rokhaniyah, Oddy Virgantara Putra
Reading is a complex and interactive activity that needs resources to develop. In essence, reading lets learners examine arguments, make prediction, inference, or interpretation, and explore implication and consequence. Hence, the research aims at investigating how test takers’ performance in IELTS academic...
Sri Ani Puji Setiawati, Yashinta Farahsani
Communication is compulsory in everyday life of society. In the majority, people in today’s society are multilingual; they use more than one language in their daily conversation. Moreover, in the current 4.0 industrial era, linguistic phenomena are increasingly varied, especially when it comes to the...
The Effectiveness of Blended Learning Using the Flipped Classroom and Hybrid Learning Models in the Chuukuuu Bunpou
Rita Agustina Karnawati, Aulia Istianingrum
This research aims to analyse the effectiveness and the differences in the effectiveness techniques of hybrid learning and flipped classroom from the blended learning method in the chuukyuu bunpou. for the fourth semester students of Japanese Language Education, Muhammadiyah Prof. DR. HAMKA University...
Conversation Topics on Contact Situation in Introductory Conversations Between Indonesian and Native Japanese Language Speakers
A Survey Study on Indonesian Japanese-Language Speakers
Conversations between speaking partners from different cultures, such as Indonesian and native Japanese language speakers, may include many different topics. However, due to the differences in cultural values between the speakers, the Indonesian Japanese language speakers may speak with a topic that...
Preparing the Implementation of Merdeka Belajar – Kampus Merdeka Policy in Higher Education Institutions
The Indonesian Minister of Education and Culture has recently issued the policy of ‘Merdeka Belajar- Kampus Merdeka’ (MBKM) or Freedom to Learn-Independent Campus. While the Freedom to Learn policy is focused more on basic and secondary levels of education, the latter aims to regulate higher education...
Margaretha Dharmayanti Harmanto, Amalia Savitri Adi
This study aims to investigate the effect of English Language teachers’ characteristics on their self-efficacy. The teachers’ characteristics in this study referred to gender, length of teaching (in years), academic qualification, teaching institution, kinds of English subject taught (EGP or ESP), and...
Linna Meilia Rasiban
The use of web-applications in online learning has rapidly developed during the COVID-19 pandemic. In higher education, these internet-based educational technologies have been believed to play a significant role as an agent for quality learning improvement. This study reports on undergraduates’ conception...
Pre-Service English as a Foreign (EFL) Teachers’ Intercultural Communicative Competence Development During Their Study Abroad Program
Puput Arfiandhani, Fatona Suraya
Recent years have witnessed the surge of the number of students who partake in various study abroad programs. As a result, more students are exposed to international and intercultural experiences, leading to increased intercultural competence. This exposure is especially significant for language teachers...
Yuslina Mohamed, Mesbahul Hoque, Tuan Haji Sulaiman Bin Ismail, Mohamed Hj Ibrahim, Nurhasma Muhamad Saad, Nurul Nazariah Mohd Zaidi
Based on the discussion’s results of previous studies, general phonological rules cannot be linked entirely to the phonological rules of Al-Quran due to the nature of the Quranic phonological rules. In the field of phonetics, many studies investigated the features of the Quranic phonetics. However, the...
Evi Puspitasari, Almas Aufar
This phenomenological study investigated EFL students’ perception of Graded Readers (GRs) as reading materials based on their extensive reading classroom experience. In-depth interviews were employed as a primary data source. Meanwhile, students’ reading log, portfolio, and reflective essay were utilized...
Azizia Freda Savana, Annisa Shofaya Rizki Pradana
MAJIME is an application provider of digital books about children’s fairy tales in Japan. The research determines the effectiveness of MAJIME (Mari Rajin Membaca/Let’s Read Eagerly) teaching media to improve students’ understanding of Japanese texts. This application is implemented in the extracurricular...
A Case Study on Mechanical Engineering Terminology
Yashinta Farahsani, Ika Puspita Rini, Patria Handung Jaya
This research aims to discover the accuracy level of Google Translate in English – Bahasa Indonesia translation, especially in translating specialized language in mechanical engineering terms. This study belongs to descriptive qualitative research. The primary source of the data was the output translation...
Teachers’ Perspectives on Digital Game-Based Language Learning for Arabic Language in Malaysian Primary Schools
Ghazali bin Zainuddin, Siti Rosilawati bt Ramlan, Noor Azli bin Mohamed Masrop, Muhammad Sabri bin Sahrir, Effendi bin Abdullah
The interest in using digital games in language learning has increased in recent years. Researchers and education practitioners are turning their attention towards serious games for education or game-based learning to attract more students to learn effectively. This paper aimed at exploring teachers’...
The Development of Multicultural Communication Patterns Based on Local Wisdom in Ampenan City, West Nusa Tenggara
Suciati, Nur Sofyan
This study aims to describe the development of multicultural communication patterns based on local wisdom in Ampenan City, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB). The efforts of the local government to integrate into harmony in Ampenan City, NTB, received a positive response from various parties as it could inspire...
Arini Hidayah Arifini, Ridho Al-Hamdi
This article aims to evaluate the local regulation (Perda) No. 14 the Year 2007 concerning the prostitution prohibition in Majalengka Regency, West Java Province. In addition, to assess this regulation, this article also presents the driving factors determining the fruitfulness and failure of such sharia...
Yeni Rosilawati, Adhianty Nurjanah, Husni Amriyanto
The rapid development of information and communication technology in the current era has only changed the process of public services from conventional to ICT-based systems. Jogja Smart Province is a public service based on information technology to support the resolution of strategic issues and the development...
Martinus Sardi, Bagus Sarnawa
In Indonesia, governmental bureaucracy is commonly occupied by the political apointee and bureaucratic careers. The existence of the political apointee in the bureaucracy is one of the consequences of the democratic system in Indonesia. This research aims to analyze the relationship between political...
Baitul Maal Wa Tamwil (BMT) is a type of Islamic microfinance institution that can operate with the legal entity of Cooperative and Incorporated Company. BMT, with a legal entity as a cooperative in Indonesia, poses some problems related to the legal arrangements for its establishment and inciting disharmony...
Goldenny Glorius, Heri Akhmadi, Aris Slamet Widodo
This research focuses on investigating whether Indonesia’s membership in the ASEAN-India Free Trade Area (AIFTA) increases Indonesia’s palm oil exports to India. The analysis technique used in this study is gravity model with estimates using panel data. The data derived from 36 partner countries of Indonesia’s...
Nur Hidayah, Qurratul Aini, Muh. Amin
The development of science and technology, especially information and communication technology, has been encouraged the hospital to compete with each other in creating innovation in the various fields using the management information system to achieve the best hospital performance. This study aims to...
Internationalization of Muhammadiyah: Challenges in Establishing the Muhammadiyah Australian College
Endro Dwi Hatmanto, Eko Purwanti
Muhammadiyah is a ‘da’wah’ as well as a science and education movement. As the Muhammadiyah missionary movement, it is obliged to ask people to do “an amar ma’ruf nahi Munkar” as a spirit of its ideology. As a science and education movement, Muhammadiyah has proven itself as an institution that has succeeded...
MOOCs as a Means to Provide Education Equity in Indonesia: An Empirical Study at a Private University of Yogyakarta
Sulistiowati, Intio Saputeri, Eko Purwanti
Lack of education equity, especially in higher education level, has become one of the problems which can hinder the development of qualified human resources in Indonesia. Many students cannot pursue their study to higher levels upon accomplishment of their high schools due to several reasons. In responding...