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Validity and Reliability of Science Critical Thinking Learning Model to Improve Critical Thinking Skills and Self-Efficacy of Chemistry Teachers Candidates

Rusmansyah Rusmansyah, Leny Yuanita, Muslimin Ibrahim, Binar Prahani, Isnawati Isnawati
The Science Critical Thinking (SCT) learning model is a science process skill-based chemistry learning that is used in chemistry learning to improve critical thinking skill and self-efficacy of chemistry teacher candidates. The purpose of this study is to analyse the validity and reliability of SCT Learning...

The Effect of Organizational Culture on the Performance of The Department Head of the Private Universities at East Jakarta

Ernita Siallagan
The objective of this research was to find out the effect of organizational culture into the performance of the department head of the private university in the East of Jakarta. The research applied methodological survey that is path analysis. Data was collected from 86 respondents which selected by...

Place Values And Three-Digit Subtraction By Hand-On Activities

Jackson Mairing
The second graders of elementary school can only learn mathematics using manipulative materials. This research aimed to describing hand-on activities of a second grader to understand place values and three-digit substracion operations using manipulative materials. The subject was Geget (pseudoname),...

Digital Graphic Novel as a Learning History Media in Digital Literacy Era

Astrini Putri
The impact of globalization on education demanded the Government should prepare a global society that is able to adapt technological advances and revelation. One of the Ministry of Education and Culture policy is the literacy movement as capital formation of human resources quality, productive and competitive...

A Framework of Educational Feedback System with Statistical Method and Sentiment Analysis

Sofhian Nasrulloh, Adhistya Permanasari, Sri Kusumawardani
Sentiment analysis has long and widely used in attempt to know public sentiment towards an entity, including in education, specifically in evaluation of learning. The key to success of sentiment analysis is use of right method and data are valid. The Essay for analytical data is sometimes made carelessly...

The Effect of Academic Supervision and Participation in MGMP and Training on the Competency of the Social Science Teachers of Junior High schools in Sleman, Indonesia

Tiara Rahmawati, Sugiharsono Sugiharsono
This study aimed to reveal the effect of academic supervision and, teacher participation in subject matter, teacher forum (MGMP) and training on

Implementation of Learning Together Method with Ltspice Simulation to Enhance Student's Comprehension in Electric Circuits Course

Fakih Irsyadi, Mohamad Ramdhani, Erfansyah Ali, Denny Darlis, Rizki Priramadhi
Electric Circuits is one of mandatory courses in electrical engineering. This course consists of basic electronic components, modeling concept and circuit analysis in direct current (DC) or alternating current (AC) which are fundamental for varies advance courses. However, this course gives a significant...

Implementation of Indonesian Language Teaching Material by BIPA Student in STKIP PGRI Sumatera Barat

Refa Tiawati
This study aims to describe and explain (1) the implementation of BIPA learning, (2) the development of Indonesian Language teaching materials for Foreign Speakers by students of BIPA-based course materials based on local wisdom, (3) implementation of strategies and efforts that can be done by BIPA students...

Developing an Emotional Intelligence Instrument for Teacher Student

Wasidi Wasidi
The purpose of this study was to develop the valid and reliable emotional intelligence instrument for teacher student. The benefits of this development were the availability of emotional intelligence instrument teacher candidates that can be used to educational institutions. This research followed the...

The Work Performance of the Graduates of 3-Yp Vocational High Schools and Its Follow-Up

Badrun Kartowagiran, Djemari Mardapi, Amat Jaedun, Edi Istiyono, Faridl Musyadad
The fourth industrial revolution and globalization have led to the strong intention to improve the performance quality of three-year vocational high school graduates (3-YP VHS). The improvement can be made precisely if it is initiated with research on graduate work performance. Therefore, this research...

Evaluation of E-Rapor Usability using Usability Testing Method

Rasyid Wirasasmiata, Muhammad Uska
E-rapor is a desktop-based application used to process students' final grades. There are some obstacles in using e-rapor, so it is necessary to evaluate of usability aspects using usability testing method. The purpose of this study was to evaluate e-rapor from the use side of effectiveness, efficiency,...

Social Changes and Development Sustainability: Challenges and Dynamics in Dolly Community Education

Adi Suryani, Soedarso Soedarso, Setiawan Setiawan
After Dolly prostitution was closed in 2014, Dolly community has been changing and transforming. These changes are not only for renewing their physical environment and abandoning the prostitution image, but also changing and empowering Dolly community. Recently, Dolly community are transforming their...

Perceived Educational Benefits: Perspective Of Students With Low-Family Income Level

Ahmad Qurtubi
This paper examines the benefits of education perceived by students with low-family income levels by measuring the university missions as the tested variables, e.g. academic (research administration), research and development, link-and-match (employment), and social (scholarships and public services)...

The Effectiveness of Multiple Representation Oriented Learning Material with Project Based Learning to Improve Students' Chemistry Learning Outcomes

Endang Susilaningsih, Supartono Supartono, Tan Kristanto, Elisa Sariana, Putri Azizah, Masya Natasukma
Learning material is one of components in learning that its existence can improve students’ learning outcomes. The Existence of learning material that has low quality, so making learning material needs consideration. The formulation of research problem is how the effectiveness learning material multiple...

Development of Simple Machines Props Using Environmentally Friendly Materials for Junior High School

Syubhan Annur, Mustika Wati, Veronika Wahyuni, Dewi Dewantara
This study is based on the lack of frequency of application of learning media and no simple machines props. Implementation of props can help teachers in delivering material. This research and development aim to describe the feasibility of simple aircraft props made from environmental materials. The specific...

The Response of Fashion Design Study Program Students of Universitas Negeri Malang on Multimedia Learning of Basic Grading Course

Nurul Aini, A Irianti, I Hadijah
This research was conducted to see the response of fashion design study program students of Universitas Negeri Malang on multimedia learning of basic grading course. Multimedia learning of basic grading course has been through the process of validation, both from media experts, materials and linguists....

The Analysis of The Students’ Creative Thinking Ability in Mathematics as Viewed from their Learning Style and Educational Background

Wahyudi Wahyudi, Budi Waluya, Hardi Suyitno, Isnarto Isnarto
This study aimed to describe mathematical creative thinking ability viewed from students’ learning styles and educational background. The subjects of this research are 26 preservice teachers. The data of this research were taken from the questionnaires, tests, and interviews. The research design uses...

An analysis of the impact on elementary teachers of an Aid program delivered in Indonesian Papua.

Stefanus Relmasira, Rose Thrupp, John Hunt Hunt
In 2014, an Australian Aid program commenced implementation in Indonesian Papua. The Government Partnership for Development (GPFD) program engaged with teachers, principals and teacher educators from a range of schools and institutions in Indonesian Papua. This professional learning/training program...

Intercultural Coursebook: Accounting Students’ Needs Toward Reading Materials In Higher Education

Helti Maisyarah, Suwarsih Madya
The research aimed at analyzing accounting students’ needs in learning English by incorporating intercultural aspects. The research design was a descriptive quantitative research. The research was conducted in Accounting Study Program, Faculty of Business and Economic, the University of Bengkulu. The...

Resource-based Learning: A Paradigm Shift in Materials Design

Hesti Wijaya
This study addresses multiple outcomes, namely process, implications, and possible future directions for developing English for specific purposes (ESP) materials and English learning materials in general, which ponder the dilemmatic issues in education. These are related to the abundance types of learning...

Teach ethics in vocational education: An experimental research

Teguh Juwono, Hizban Achmad, Yanto Pratiknyo
The background of this research of ethics learning in vocational education for students of Institute of Technology (STT PLN) is the very importance to give a specific knowledge guide to the students in the future work for Good Corporate and doing clean business in the global environment. The objective...

Assessment Instrument Development for Academic Culture

Emy Budiastuti, Mami Hajaroh, Raden Rosnawati
The occurrence of learning change in universities is in the form of unwell-created academic culture. It is indicated by low frequency of discussion culture performed by either lecturers or students, lack of journal reading, unwell-created academic environment, etc. The aims of this research are to develop...

Tpack as Innovation of Learning Science Laboratory of Indonesia

Arif Aththibby, Silvi Lubis, Yusi Ardiyanti
21st century education produces culture for the principals of teachers, students and the environment to integrate technology, pedagogy, and content mastery (TPACK) into a single entity. One way to achieve learning goals that are in line with 21st century learning that is also a form of industrial revolution...

Accidental Teachers' Mistakes in Solving Physics Probolems: Teachers Didactogenic

Riki Perdana, Jumadi Jumadi, Diah Mahmuda
There are many studies was conducted to analyze the relation between teacher’s knowledge and student’s achievement. But, none of the study that discuss about teachers accidentally-mistakes in solving physics problem. The aim of this study is to describe didactogenic or the teacher’s mistake which accidentally...

What has Happened in Mathematics Classroom: A Case Study in Primary Schools with High International Benchmark on TIMSS in Indonesia

Naafi Awwalunita, Fasiha Fatmawati
This paper describes the results of a case study aimed at determining mathematics teaching and learning processes conducted in the primary schools with high international benchmark on TIMSS. The study explores the classroom activities and also investigates the role of the teachers. Case study method...

Slow Learner Learning Facts in Their Inclusion Class

Witrias Nugrahayati, Ali Mustadi
Education is a medium for processing input (students) in order to become a quality output. Reality assumes that existing students are heterogeneous. All kinds of characteristics of students have the same right to gain knowledge in the formal education system. This is where the role of inclusive education...

Contribution of the Parents’ Authoritarian Parenting to the Primary School Children Stress

Wiwit Husni, Wuri Wuryandani, Mardjuki Mardjuki
Authoritarian parenting is one form of parenting applied by parents in educating their children. Through authoritarian parenting, parents have full authority in determining the various actions that the child should perform. Communication is a one-way walk that is parents to children. Children are less...

Voices of Nursing Students in English Material Development Oriented to Learners’ Characteristics

Refrilia Ulfah, Margana Margana
This study aims at investigating the needs of nursing students of Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta University in learning English that was conducted as the beginning stage of developing supplementary English materials adjusted to the learners’ characteristics due to the high demand of professional nurses. This...

Teaching Laboratory in Developing Teacher Digital Literation

Adhi Setiyawan, Muhammad Sullaisah, Elsa Sriwahyuni
This paper focuses on the conceptualization developing digital literacy skills with laboratory. The learning of the 21st century brings digital literacy oriented to the theory and practice of teachers. This discourse is oriented in digital and teaching laboratory. Teachers resilient come from resilient...

Redesign of Technological Pedagogical Science Knowledge (TPSK) Based on Local Culture

Febrina Widyaningtyas, Ummi Kalsum
This research is a literature study and the method used is Systematic Literature Review (SLR). The advancement of the educational world demands a renewal of knowledge and skills in accordance with the demands of the development of 21st century education. Teachers must be able to integrate between content,...

To What Extent do Islamic Values Matter in English Material Development?

Bella Setiowati, Widyastuti Purbani
Learning material is an important thing in the teaching and learning process. Before learning materials are developed, the needs analysis should be taken as the important stage. The aim of this research was to get the data of learners’ characteristics. In order to develop speaking material based on Islamic...

Increasing Primary School Teacher’s Professionalism through Professional Teacher Education (PPG) Program to Create Child-Friendly Schools as Viewed from Autonomy, Commitment, and Self-Development

Slameto Slameto, Mawardi Mawardi, Stefanus Relmasira
Improving teacher’s professionalism to create Child-Friendly Schools plays a very important role. One way to upgrade this ability is through Professional Teacher Education (PPG) program. The objective of this research is to measure the level of effectiveness of the programto increase teacher’s professionalism...

Community Empowerment Through Social Entrepreneurship Training Based On Partnership Network

Dayat Hidayat
This study aims to discuss community empowerment through social entrepreneurship training based on partnership network. The research was conducted to analyze (1) automotive mechanical skills entrepreneurship training process, (2) partnership network pattern, and (3) community empowerment in Community...

Higher Education Students’ Attitude Involving Cognitive Process in Using Social Media

Mila Paseleng, Weni Laoli
The utilization of social media in the learning process has been applied in higher education. In fact, the use of social media is most effective by involving six levels of the cognitive process. This study aimed to provide an overview of the use of social media by the college students for learning purposes...

Prospects of Physics Learning Media Based on Android: Strategic Studies Entering the Industrial Era in The 21st Century

Wahyu Kristiyanto
The purpose of this study describes the study of the application of physics-based learning media android in the 21st century industrial era. The study presented through the stages of cognitive theoretical study of students, practical studies android application development, and application of strategic...

Reading Habit Development with ICT Support for Students with Specific Learning Disabilities in Jember, Indonesia

Sumardi Sumardi, Aryni Ayu, Muhammad Naim
This study aims to help improve the reading habit, especially among dyslexia. The method used is quantitative through observation, interviews, and questionnaires. Talent is a guideline that can be learned by all children. Dyslexia is not a defect, but rather a reading disorder that should be part of...

Inventions In Technology And Education From Professor Hardjoso Projopangarso: A Phenomenology Research

Yanto Pratiknyo, Nining Ekaningsih
The deceased of Prof Hardjoso Prodjopangarso used traditional technology approach in inventing the apparatus or equipments to solve many problems especially in the rural society in term of water sanitation and its related that consist of shower, washing, toilet, drinking water and other water usage....

A Basic Skills Process on the Natural Science Learning Outcomes Viewed from the Ability to Communicate

Tias Ernawati Ernawati, D. Ramadhan, A. Widowati
There are two kinds of process skills, i.e. basic skills and integrated skills. Basic skills are commonly used as a lesson model in junior high school in Indonesia. Basic skills consist of observe, clarify, communicate, measure, predict, and conclude. Basic skill arranges science and technology during...

The Effect of Laboratory Processing Capability and Science Literacy Readiness of Professional Pre-Service Physics Teachers

Muhammad Chusni, Resy Nurzaman, Rena Agustina, Rizki Zakwandi, Muhamad Nurfauzan, Aan Hasanah
This research aims to describe the state of readiness of physics teachers’ candidates are graduate from PTKIN to greet corporate world, especially in education. Aspects of observed in this research is effect of skill of laboratory processing and science literacy of quality physics teacher’s candidate....

Teachers’ Perception on the Implementation of Knowledge, Skill, Attitude, Value and Ethics (KSAVE) in AllPlus English Language Course and Training

Stofiani Lima, Iis Prasetyo, Yohanes Muda
This qualitative study is designed to investigate teachers’ perception of the implementation of KSAVE framework of 21st century skills (ways of thinking, ways of working, tools of working and living in the world) in non-formal education context. Using a descriptive qualitative study, interview and questionnaire...

Models' Therapy Activation and Relaxation Based Culture of Pencak Silat for Autism

Rianensi Oktavia, Siswantoyo Siswantoyo
Autism in Yogyakarta has increased 25% in the last 10 years. Current available therapy hasn’t become an effective solution in decreasing this number. Indonesia as a multicultural country, doesn’t have traditional therapy related to autism. Substantially, pencak silat is a part of four unity, catur tunggal...

Affecting Factors in Learning using Problem-based Learning Model on Language Assessment Course

N Sa’idah, D Yulistianti, S Andriyani, Haryanto Haryanto, W. Purbani
Problem Based Learning is one of the innovative learning methods that prioritizes students' critical thinking skills through group performance so that they can know the ability of students to start empowering, sharpening and testing their ability of thinking as a whole. This research is aimed at describing...

Exploring Relationship between School and National-based Tests

Ratih Kartika, Suranto
The purposes of this study are to explore the relationship between the school based-test and National based-test results and to prove whether the school-based results can predict the average obtained on National-based results. This study used quantitative method with cross-sectional survey. It focused...

Designing of Model Science Technology Learning Cycle (STLC) based Material Teaching to Enhance Student Critical Thinking and Environmental Awareness

Siti Patonah, Sentot Rahardjo, Cari Cari, Sajidan Sajidan
It is important for prospective elementary school teachers to have critical thinking skills and environmental concerns so that they can better teach their students. Environmental awareness for prospective elementary school teachers can be prepared through appropriate learning models, but the number of...

The Effectiveness of using Comic Strips to Increase Students’ Reading Comprehension for the Eighth Grade Students of SMPN 1 Pundong

Zul Rengur, Sugirin Sugirin
This research was aimed to find out whether the use of comic strip was more effective than the use of conventional media in increasing students’ reading comprehension. This research was a quasi-experimental research which involved two groups, there were the experimental group and the control group. The...

Enganging Balinese Culture and Technology in Digital Era: A Review to Foster Primary Teachers’ Competencies

Putu Riastini, Asri Widowati, Yuni Ratnasari, IGP Darma
Qualified elementary teachers are teachers who have competencies that meet the demands of the 21st century and the industry revolution 4.0. The 21st century competencies are ICT competency, cultural competency, the competency to implement culture-based learning, and personal competence in the form of...

Innovation in Interdisciplinary Subject for Preserving Mountainous Forest Ecosystems

Atus Syahbudin
Mountain forest is one of the remaining natural forest types in the tropics. Economic needs and the lack of forest villagers’ knowledge around the mountain forests often lead to deforestation. Therefore, efforts to prevent and community empowerment are needed to conserve the remaining natural resources....

The Effectiveness of PQ4R (Preview, Question, Read, Reflect, Recite, Review) in Reading Comprehension Skill

Ofie Fitriani, Suhardi Suhardi
Globalization affects all aspects of life. The influence of globalization makes various challenge and problems, one of them in education. In education, language has an important role, because language exists in all aspects of life. Learning Indonesian language there are four language skills developed,...

Why Should Course Review Horay?

Faninda Rahmawati, Zuhdan Prasetyo
Developing countries are beginning to spur themselves to advance education according to 21st century skills need. The needs of 21st century skills change the paradigm of thinking from high-order thinking skill cannot be taught become the importance of teaching higher-order thinking skills early on elementary...

Improving Professional Competence for Teachers

Mezzayu Pramatarindya, Sukidjo Sukidjo
Professional competence includes four component of the teachers’ professional competence in Indonesia. the professional competence is the ability of mastering the learning materials that can guide students to achieve the standard of competence, ruled by the National Education Standards of Indonesia....