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1.

EFFECT OF INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT FARMER FIELD SCHOOL (IPMFFS) ON FARMERS KNOWLEDGE, FARMER GROUPS ABILITY, PROCESS OF ADOPTION AND DIFFUSION OF IPM IN JEMBER DISTRICT
Rizal Rustam

STATE POLYTECHNIC OF JEMBER/Politeknik Negeri jember


Abstract

EFFECT OF INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT FARMER FIELD SCHOOL (IPMFFS) ON FARMERS KNOWLEDGE, FARMER GROUPS ABILITY, PROCESS OF ADOPTION AND DIFFUSION OF IPM IN JEMBER DISTRICT

RIZAL RUSTAM
STATE POLYTECHNIC OF JEMBER, INDONESIA.

ABSTRACT
This research objective is aimed to explore the effect of the Integrated Pest Management Farmer Field School (IPMFFS), to farmer knowledge, farmer groups ability, process of adoption and diffusion of IPM in Jember district.
The population of the research was 556 farmer groups with 22240 farmers engaged in the IPMFFS in Jember district. The sample of this research consisted 400 farmers selected with stratified area random sampling technique. Area or region will be used as base is sub district from 31 sub district will be taken 8 sub districts by random and each sub district will be represented by 2 farmer groups. It means 16 farmers groups can acts as sample and 400 farmers as sample taken proportionally.
The conclusion is rationalized with the following points: (1) the IPMFFS have significant effect on farmers knowledge; (2) the IPMFFS improve three aspects of ability of farmer groups that was the ability to plan activity for improving agribusiness productivity, to implement and obey agreement with other institutions, and to apply technology, information, and team work; (3) The IPMFFS have good influence to improved the adoption of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) by the farmers; and (4) the IPMFFS have good influence to improved diffusion of IPM by the farmers to other farmers.

Key Words : Integrated Pest Management, Farmers Knowledge, Farmer Group Ability, Adoption, Diffusion.

Topic: Assessment, Evaluation, and Policy in Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=4


2.

The Correlation between Assessment for Learning and Constructive Alignment based on Age
1Erwin Akib, 2Arie Martuty, 3Mohd. Najib bin Abdul Ghaffar, 4Jamilah binti Ahmad

1,2FKIP Universitas Muhammadiyah Makassar
3,4Fakulti Pendidikan Universiti Teknologi Malaysia


Abstract

The assessment practice in Indonesian Higher Education presently uses the traditional methods, which are assessment of learning and assessment as learning. However, the new perspective on assessment proposes that it should include the process of learning called Assessment for Learning (AfL) and this assessment can be enhanced through the Constructive Alignment (CA) method. The main objective of this study was to determine the correlation between AfL and CA based on age. The respondents of this study were 454 lecturers of 11 Universities selected through multistage cluster sampling method. This study used explanatory sequential design, a combination of quantitative and qualitative method. Quantitative data were obtained using questionnaires followed by qualitative data collection using interviews. The qualitative data were used to explain the quantitative data results. Quantitative data were analyzed using ANOVA, chi-square and SEM. The validity and reliability of the instruments were determined using the Rasch Model. The findings showed that there was a high-level practice of AfL and CA, among the lecturers.

Topic: Assessment, Evaluation, and Policy in Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=32


3.

EXOTICA OF PAGATAN WEAVING AS A LEARNING SOURCE IN ESTABLISHING VALUES AND LOCAL WISDOM
Yudha Adrian, Saadah Erliani, Rahidatul Laila Agustina

STKIP PGRI Banjarmasin
Jalan Sultan Adam Komp. H Iyus RT. 23 No. 18
Banjarmasin 70121


Abstract

This study aims to describe the exotica of Pagatan weaving as a learning source in establishing values and local wisdom in Tenun Pertiwi Pagatan Village, Kusah Hilir District, Tanah Bumbu Regency, South Kalimantan. The method used in this study is descriptive qualitative. Data collection techniques used were observation techniques, recording, interviews and record techniques.
Weaving Pagatan as a source of economic development is very profitable as a source of income, a culture that needs to be passed down from generation to generation and social characteristic of Bugis Pagatan people.
In this framework of local wisdom, inter-individual, inter-community groups complement each other, unite and interact with existing norms and social norms. Local wisdom is identity. Local Information System, it compares the society with other local communities.

Topic: Assessment, Evaluation, and Policy in Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=40


4.

PORTFOLIO ASSESSMENT TO ENHANCE STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENT IN LEARNING PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Komarudin

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Topic: Assessment, Evaluation, and Policy in Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=42


5.


Ruseno Arjanggi

Faculty of Psychology, Sultan Agung Islamic University, Semarang, Indonesia


Abstract

Topic: Assessment, Evaluation, and Policy in Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=52


6.

SCIENTIFIC APPROACHING IN DEVELOPMENT POLICY OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CURRICULUM 2013
Alif Mudiono

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

In this time scientific approaching in elementary school curriculum 2013 becomes discussion substance which is stunning of educators. Application of scientific approaching implemented through observation process, asking, collecting the information, thought, and communication. Oriented thematic learning in elementary school using scientific approaching is not only esteemed from the result of study that student achieved on integrative. However, learning is more emphesizing to searching science process competence and involving the students in learning process actively. In this case, teacher contributed as a facilitator for helping the students in constructing concept, principle, and stages for identification although finding, and problem solving. Likewise, teacher in implementation of learning using this approaching is not getting loose from policy in curriculum. In this study describes about (1) learning through scientific approaching, (2) curriculum position in education and learning, and (3) assessment system in elementary school curriculum 2013.

Topic: Assessment, Evaluation, and Policy in Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=61


7.

Influential Variables in Learning Assessment to the Vocational Competency Enhancement, Character Education and Formation of Student Creativity
Eddy Sutadji, Agus Wedi

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

The research objective is to obtain (1) Data on the impact of the successes and constraints in implementation of the evaluation model based training curriculum, 2013, (2) the influential variables of vocational competence improvement, and (3) assessment of learning outcomes are effective and easy to use at SMK , The design of the study, the combination of research and development as well as a descriptive study. The study population is a stakeholder SMK Negeri Malang, while the sample is 13 Principal SMK, Supervisors, Head of the Department of Education Curriculum, expert evaluation of learning and education, as well as document the results of the analysis item in the collection SMK.Teknik FGD, questionnaires, and documentation. The data analysis technique used is descriptive statistics. conclusions research (1) there are still many obstacles in the concepts, principles, and procedures for the implementation of Curriculum 2013 at SMK in Malang, and (2) the ability of vocational teachers in the development of items, judging from the results of the analysis of the level of difficulty, distinguishing, functioning distractors, and reliability, the average was below standard. Less good quality items and less viable as a measure of student competence.

Topic: Assessment, Evaluation, and Policy in Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=73


8.

Indonesian Curriculum 2013: Instructional Management, Obstacles Faced by Teachers in Implementation and the Way Forward
Imam Gunawan

State University of Malang


Abstract

This research aims to determine: (1) the processes of instructional management based on Curriculum 2013; (2) the constraints faced; and (3) the efforts of its solution in Elementary School in Malang City, Indonesia. This research used a qualitative approach. The research instrument is the researcher himself. Data collected by means interview, observation, and documentation. Informants in this research are supervisors, principals, and teachers. The findings of the research indicate: (1) the process of instructional management applied is from lesson activities plan, the implementation of learning activities, and learning evaluation; (2) the constraints faced by the teachers lesson plans are still not referring to the Curriculum 2013; application of learning the scientific approach by teachers less than optimal; teachers are less than optimal in applying the learning model; and teachers are not optimal assess student learning outcomes that cover three domains of learning that is the attitude, knowledge, and skills; and (3) an alternative solution of the problems faced is the need to organize assistance activities to teachers on the implementation of Curriculum 2013, which discusses the lesson plan, teaching models, scientific approach, and assessment of student learning outcomes.

Topic: Creative Teaching and Learning Process

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=3


9.

Veegram Usage in Biology Learning
Aprillyana Dwi Utami

University College London


Abstract

Topic: Creative Teaching and Learning Process

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=6


10.

Improving Learning Outcomes Capita Selecta History of Indonesia Through the Method of Task Read Model Survey-Question-Read-Recite-Review (SQ3R) On Students Department of History Education FKIP UHO
Dr. Darnawati, M. Pd., Dr. Jamiludin, M. Hum., Jumatin, S. Pd., M. Pd., Waode Ade Sarasmita Uke, S. Pd., M. Pd.

Halu Oleo University


Abstract

The course of Capita Selecta History of Indonesia contains material development of Indonesian history from prehistoric era until now. Lecturers are sometimes difficult to find the best way to convey the various concepts taught in a particular course, hence all students can use and remember longer the concept, and understand as the parts that are interconnected and form a complete understanding. Presentations of materials Capita Selecta History of Indonesia, lecturers still use lecture and question and answer methods. One way that can be taken to overcome the problems in this research was the improvement of learning patterns, especially the application of approaches, models, and strategies in the appropriate learning that was the method of reading task model SQ3R. The aims of this study were (1) to improve student learning outcomes through the method of reading task model SQ3R in learning Capita Selecta History of Indonesia. (2) To describe the process of applying SQ3R model in reading method that can improve student learning outcomes. This research used a mix method research design between research and development with classroom action research. Implementation of this study was scheduled in two steps. In the first steps, the research was conducted by: (1) needs analysis literature study and field study, (2) design of learning materials, and (3) evaluation or validation by learning material experts. While in the second stage, the research was conducted by: (1) implementation of SQ3R model, (2) final evaluation / effectiveness test, and (3) dissemination / publication.

Topic: Creative Teaching and Learning Process

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=10


11.

APPLICATION OF PAKEM APPROACH ASSISTED BEADS TO INCREASE INTEREST AND LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT OF FOURTH GRADE STUDENTS
Haryanti, Yuyun

Majalengka University


Abstract

Factors causing the low interest and achievement of fourth grade students of Elementary School 1 Wanadadi, Banjarnegara in learning Mathematical concepts of counting operations summing integers that the learning process is still running one-way, the way teachers teach boring, props used less interesting, lesson material to equip students. This study aims to improve the learning process so that students have high interest and learning achievement. This Classroom Action Research is conducted in 3 cycles through a cycle study consisting of 4 stages: planning, execution, observation and reflection. The result of the research showed that the students achievement and the students interest increased with the following details: Initial study of the students completed in the study only 7 students (23%) of 31 students, on the first cycle students complete 10 students (32%), Completed 19 students (61%), cycle III students who completed 26 students or 85%. Student learning interest also increased from cycle I only 45% of students who have high learning interest, cycle II increased to 65% and in the third cycle increased to 95%. The conclusion can be drawn that the application of PAKEM approach with beads aids to make students have high learning interest and help facilitate students understanding so as to have an impact on student achievement.

Topic: Creative Teaching and Learning Process

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=17


12.

CORRELATION THE DICIPLINE IMPLEMENTATION AND COUNSELOR TASKS TO LEARNING OUTCOME OF STUDENT SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
ryanhidayat rafiola and alfaiz

STKIP PGRI SUMATERA BARAT


Abstract

Topic: Creative Teaching and Learning Process

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=18


13.

Reusing the Product Oriented Writing to Enhance the First Year EFL Undergraduate Field Independent Students Writing Achievement
Sujito, Rina Widjajanti

IAIN Surakarta, MAN 3 Malang


Abstract

Topic: Creative Teaching and Learning Process

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=26


14.

THE INFLUENCE OF COOPERATIVE, SYNECTICS, AND CTL LEARNING MODELS TOWARD SPEAKING ABILITY VIEWED FROM STUDENTS MOTIVATION
Agus Darmuki, Andayani, Joko Nurkamto, Kundharu Saddhono

Universitas Sebelas Maret


Abstract

Topic: Creative Teaching and Learning Process

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=28


15.

ANALYSIS OF LEARNING PROCESS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD AGE 4-5 YEARS
Nurhasan, Nining Widyah Kusnanik, Pramono

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

This research was conducted to find out the analysis of learning process needs in early childhood at age 4 to 5 five years in Malang city and Malang regency. This research uses qualitative research method. The sample used was by purposive sampling technique based on geographical location, 2 PAUD is located in downtown area, 2 PAUD is in suburb area, and 2 PAUD is in remote area. The number of PAUD educators are 30. Based on the results of interviewing problems faced by the mother of PAUD educator can be concluded that (a) problem planning faced include: (1) Selecting the method according to indicator 93,3%; (2) Developing learning media 93,3%; (3) Developing learning media 93,3% (4) Developing indicator 83,9%; (5) Determining the material according to indicator 83,9%. (b) implementation (1) opening no problem; (2) core experiencing problems in inspirational learning 83.3%; (3) Closing is no problem; (c) the assessment of the problem (1) Determining the assessment instrument in accordance with the domain that will be in the value of 83.3%; (2) Conducting judgment according to procedure 93.3%; (3) Analyzing the appraisal data 93.3%; (4) Summarizing the result of 93.3% assessment; (5) Reporting the results of the assessment 93.3%. Based on the results of the analysis of the needs of the learning process in early childhood at the institution of early childhood aged 4 -5 years is still needed learning model of basic motion activities, activities to develop creativity and activities to develop prosocial behavior based on cognitive theory, humanistic theory, constructivist theory, 2014 and Candy 137 years 2014.

Topic: Creative Teaching and Learning Process

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=37


16.

The Use of SQ3R Method in Improving Quality and Result of Social Sciences Learning in SMAN 3 Kendari at XI Grade
Jamiludin, Darnawati, Jumatin, Waode Ade Sarasmita Uke

Halu Oleo University


Abstract

Most of teachers still use traditional way to teach. Especially, Social science learning in the classroom teachers still use lecture and question and answer methods. However, lecture and question and answer methods have not been able to fully improve the activity and quality of student learning. Good student learning quality can reflect good student learning outcomes. Smart students tend to dominate learning but for the less intelligent students are silent. One way that can be taken to overcome these learning problems is to make improvements to the learning pattern that is with the application of learning methods SQ3R.This study aims to (1) describe the application of the SQ3R method in Social science learning in high school students at XI grade, (2) to improve the quality of social science learning in high school students at XI grade, and (3) improve social science learning outcomes in high school students at XI grade. This study use research and development design. The participants are the high school students at XI grade. The result of this study were conducted by two steps. The first step conducted literature and field studies, the suitability of school learning curriculum, and analysis of student learning competency achievement. The next step was to do the implementation of SQ3R model. The resulting model can improve the quality of learning and learning outcomes of social science learning in high school students at XI grade.

Topic: Creative Teaching and Learning Process

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=38


17.

A Literature Review of Indonesian Life Concept Linuwih based on the Teachings of Adiluhung Raden Mas Panji Sosrokartono
Bakhrudin All Habsy, Nur Hidayah, Blasius Boli Lasan, Muslihati

Universitas Darul Ulum Jombang, Universitas Negeri Malang, Universitas Negeri Malang, Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

The linuwih counseling study is based on the importance of the counselor to understand the noble values and meaningfulness of the counselees life. Counselors understanding of the counselees life is passed on as counselors expertise to creater the potential resources of the counselee as a manifestation of a more meaningful quality of life through sophisticated efforts based on cultural understanding of the counselee. The principles of Raden Mas Panji Sosrokartono that are formulated in pockets of science, science, psychology and behavior, the science of catur murti and revealed in various pearls he said produce profound philosophy and presenting a new view of the dynamics of meaningfulness of the human soul to become a figure Man linuwih. Various wewarahan, moral cultivation of virtuous life and the direction of life Raden Mas Panji Sosrokartono held and used as a guide of Indonesian people especially in Java. The focus of this research is the application of the superior teachings of Raden Mas Panji Sosorkartono as the cultural counseling framework of Indonesian culture.

Topic: Creative Teaching and Learning Process

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=51


18.

The Enhancement of Students Conceptual Understanding in Linear Equation with One Variable Through Multiple Representation Learning
Yusdi Afandi

Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Abstract

The purpose of this study is to enhancing the students conceptual understanding in linear equation with one variable. The first phase of this study is to produce a valid and practical multiple representation teaching material, the second phase is to experiment multiple representation teaching material and the final phase is to analyze students conceptual understanding through multiple representation learning using Panasuk taxonomy for assessing conceptual understanding.

The model of the teaching material development was adapted from Plomp development model and the instruments were validation sheets, teaching observation sheets, students observation sheets, students response sheet and competency achievement tests. The experimented design using one group pretest posttest and the instruments were teaching observation sheets, students observation sheets, and competency achievement tests. The qualitative research was conducted in experimental class through students interview which was gained better score from pretest to posttest.

This study was conducted in SMPN 3 Purwodadi. At the first phase, based on the assessment from validator, it showed that the teaching material is valid. At the second phase, based on improvement of pretest posttest result, it showed that the multiple representation learning is effective. The third phase, based on the qualitative analysis, it showed that there was enhancement of students conceptual understanding. Students from low to middle performance indicated there was improvement from level 0: no signs of conceptual understanding to level 1: transitional phase and students from middle to high performance indicated there was improvement from level 1: transitional phase to level 2: conceptual understanding phase.

Topic: Creative Teaching and Learning Process

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=54


19.

VALUE AND CHARACTER LEARNING THROUGHT PLAYING EGRANG: Qualitative Study at TONAKER PLAYGROUND Ledokombo Jember
Sadun Akbar

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

These research aims are describe : (1) character learning throught playing Egrang; (2) learning impact of playing Egrang to character value; and (3) construct preposition of character learning througt Playing Egrang. This study use qualitative aproach. Data collected by observation, interview, and documentation, then analized by qualitative method. The research findings are character learning througt playing Egrang operatonalized by: firs (1) create learning situation which support learning character values by arrange fhisical, social, and psichological situation; (2) practice playing Egrang; (3) Egrang Play contest, and (4) series of Egrang game activities. Second: character values that emerged from playing Egrang are: discipline, cooperative, confidence, caring for others, and polite comunication; and Thirt: Egrang games can build discipline, cooperative, confidence, caring for others, and polite comunication character. Recomended that use Egang Plays to develope character.

Topic: Creative Teaching and Learning Process

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=60


20.

Digital Guide of Museum: Learning Facility I Developing Museum Visitors Knowledge
Ardhi Bimantoro, Irfani Syafiudin, Elya Tri Nuraeni

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

Topic: Creative Teaching and Learning Process

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=63


21.

The Innovation of Pattern Drafting Media Through Boutique LTD (Learn To Draw) AS The Learning Creativity of The Future Of Early Age
Retno Dwi Safitri, Zainal Sholihin, Masluhil Inayah, Eka Lia Paramita and Khoirunnisa

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

The role of media in learning today can be packaged in innovative forms. One form of media innovation in childhood learning is manifested in the form of thematic t-shirts that can be used so close to the children activities and meaningful for them. Boutique LTD (learn to draw) is a product of student entrepreneurship activities that create innovative new fashion in the field of shirt contained of 8 schemes -the thematic scheme found in early childhood education. Another advantage of t-shirts is that it can glow in the dark, consisting of 40 designs from different patented themes. Through the image scheme emblazoned on the clothing worn every day will be able to change the childs psychology naturally. Naturally, early childhood has the ability to receive information easily through images. Based on the childrenns ability balanced with the stimulation of Boutique LTD content will gradually change the perception of the children, that drawing from simple geometry is an easy activity

Topic: Creative Teaching and Learning Process

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=67


22.

SYNECTICS LEARNING AND TRINGO MODEL FOR BLENDED LEARNING SYSTEM APPLICATION
Dedi Kuswandi, Henry Praherdiono, AJE Toen Lioe

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

The rapid growth in the use of the web based technologies and communications have offered educators with opportunities to investigate the most suitable learning environments for their students needs. The purpose of the present study was to develop a blended learning system which applied synectics learning model and "TRINGO" model advocated by Ki Hadjar Dewantara. These learning models will encourage the students to be able to think creatively and innovatively. The study was conducted with Educational Technology students, at State University of Malang, Indonesia. The study employed Borg and Gall (2003) research and design model. Results suggest the blended learning product is developed in accordance with the principles of instructional materials development. The product is supportive to the implementation of the curriculum and are within the control of the lecturers. The students can use them, and the product is recommended for use in the Educational Technology Program.

Topic: Creative Teaching and Learning Process

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=72


23.

PERCEPTIONS OF TEACHERS FOR USING TABLET PCS IN TEACHING AND LEARNING
Sarita Veeraragavoodoo, Punaji Setyosari, Dedi Kuswandi

Educational Technology Study program-Gradutae program, Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

Topic: Creative Teaching and Learning Process

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=74


24.

CHARACTER BUILDING ON EARLYCHILDHOOD THROUGH TRADITIONAL GAMES
Eny Nur Aisyah

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

Topic: Creative Teaching and Learning Process

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=78


25.

UTILIZING LOCAL WISDOM AND TECHNOLOGY FOR IMPROVING LEARNING SCIENCE WITH ASSURE MODEL AT PESANTREN SABILIL MUTTAQIEN KEDIRI
Budi Setyo Margono

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

Topic: Creative Teaching and Learning Process

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=79


26.

THE EFFECT OF WORK ENVIRONMENT AND MOTIVATION ON MORALE OF TEACHER IN ENSINO BASICO CENTRAL AFACA, QUELICAI - TIMOR LESTE
Agostinho dos Santos Goncalves; Calisto Moreira

Instituto Superior Cristal - Dili, Timor Leste


Abstract

Topic: Creative Teaching and Learning Process

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=82


27.

THE INFLUENCE OF FAMLIY SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONDITION ON LEARNING MOTIVATION IN ENSINO BASICO CENTRAL DAISOLI AILEU DISTRICT TIMOR LESTE
Sebastiao Pereira; Helena A. Salsinha

Instituto Superior Cristal


Abstract

Topic: Creative Teaching and Learning Process

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=83


28.

COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SCHOOL PROGRAMS
Feni Tutut Wahyuningsih & Raden Bambang Sumarsono1

Department of Educational Administration, Faculty of Education, State University of Malang


Abstract

Topic: Educational Management and Leadership

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=13


29.

MANAGEMENT OF QUALITY-BASED EDUCATION IN FACING ASIAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY (AEC)
Abduloh (1) abduloh175@gmail.com Yousep Bani Ahmad (2) yousef.baniahmad@fkip.unsika.ac.id


Abstract

ABSTRACT - Management is one element to achieve aims and objectives of education in order to improve the quality of graduates who can fill the job opportunities with effectively and efficiently. The purpose of this study is to describe the quality of education to face competition Asian Economic Community (AEC) through the basic concept of qualified theory. Method of this study is descriptive by using literature review analysis. The results of analysis showed that the management of quality-based education in facing the Asian Economic Community. Management of qualified education can produce effective, efficient, productive and qualified graduates in facing the AEC (Asian Economic Community) at various levels of education from basic education to higher education and educational outcomes to have skills and have a useful competitiveness, for the life of a society of both materially and spiritually that can solve various problems.

Topic: Educational Management and Leadership

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=33


30.

NEW CULTURE INTEGRATION PROCESS OF SUCCESSFUL EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IN MERGER
Achmad Supriyanto, Burhanuddin

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

Abstract: This study is aimed to identify the new integration process of an educational organization that has been successful in doing merger. The present study, approached with expost-facto, was conducted to organizations in higher education institutions. The data gathered are secondary data and analyzed using meta-analysis technique. The findings indicate that the integration of new cultures in the educational organization has been successfully done due to the capability of certain parties to synergize. the synergy is realized through several phases, such as clarifying the main point of culture, focusing on the new culture, actively managing the integration process of the new culture, realizing initiative actions, eliminating diparity, defining the new culture, building vision, contents, and new values, and measuring achievement and improving it.

Topic: Educational Management and Leadership

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=36


31.

STUDENT MANAGEMENT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN JAVA ISLAND
Mustiningsih

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

Student are the subject of education in school. School success can be measured from the success of learners. Student management in elementary school (SD) is a way of students ranging from acceptance to the release of students in elementary school. The purpose of this research is to describe the implementation of the student management of elementary school in Java. This research uses quantitative approach of descriptive type. The research population was all elementary school principals in Java. The sampling technique used is. The research sample were 3 provinces, 6 districts / cities, and 18 head master of elementary schools. The results showed that the student management of elementary school on the island of Java was included in a very good qualification. Of the 6 indicators of elementary school student management Java is in very good qualifications.

Topic: Educational Management and Leadership

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=45


32.

THE CONDITION OF MANAGEMENT DEVELOPING BASED ON SCHOOL TO IMPROVE LEARNING QUALITY IN INDONESIA
Teguh Triwiyanto

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

Topic: Educational Management and Leadership

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=46


33.

MARKET SEGMENTATION OF INDUSTRY-EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP CLASSES (CASE STUDY: BATAM STATE POLYTECHNIC)
Dwi Kartikasari

Politeknik Negeri Batam


Abstract

Batam State Polytechnic opened industry-education partnerships classes in 2015. Because they were relatively new, the management of Batam State Polytechnic did not have the right marketing strategy to attract prospective students for this class, consequently, the number of recruited students did not meet the quota provided and the number of applicants was still far below the number of applicants on other campuses. The management of Batam State Polytechnic was forced to open more than two batches of recruitment although this action caused a delay to academic activities. The author believed Batam State Polytechnic failed in formulating its marketing strategy so that the attractiveness of partnership class did not reach the right market segment. Data collection was done through survey and documentation study on registration file of all students of cooperation class at Batam State Polytechnic using census sampling. This data were analyzed quantitatively using cluster analysis using K-means cluster with SPSS program. The cluster result was used to know the segmentation of the largest market. This study found that the largest segment has the following characteristics: 1) Have a home address in Batam, 2) Come from public senior high school, 3) Study non aviation majors in high school, 4) Come from high school in Batam, and 5) Age when entering college 18-19 years. Thus, marketing strategy should focus on this group via promotion to some significant schools in Batam. Promotion via newspaper is less effective than official website and word of mouth. Promotion should begin as soon as possible as this action will attract more prospective students.

Topic: Educational Management and Leadership

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=49


34.

LEADING ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION-BASED PRIMARY SCHOOLS (A Case Study at SD Pembangunan Jaya 2 Sidoarjo)
Suryaman, Hari Karyono

Pascasarjana Universitas PGRI Adi Buana Surabaya


Abstract

This research described how to design a leading school based on entrepreneurship. Leading schools are the hope of the community who care about education. In the global era, graduates of educational institutions are also expected to succeed in facing the challenges of the era. The problem was how to describe a leading school based on entrepreneurship. The research employed a descriptive qualitative method. The research site was at a primary school, namely SD Pembangunan Jaya 2 Sidoarjo. The results showed that the indicators developed in the curriculum of entrepreneurship included the values of: creative, innovative, independent, value added, dare to risk, and able to see opportunities. Based on the results of research it can be concluded that the leading school should have a supporting factor, based on entrepreneurship education.Based on the results of research it is suggested that at the time of implementation of learning activities teachers should carefully consider the learning strategies that would be implemented in entrepreneurship education.

Topic: Educational Management and Leadership

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=69


35.

Principal Spiritual Leadership in Strengthening Character Education through the Teachings of Shalawat Wahidiyah at Vocational High School Ihsanniat Jombang
Rofiatul Hosna, Imron Arifin

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

The purpose of this research is to know principal leadership in strengthening character education through the teachings of Shalawat Wahidiyah at Vocational High School of Ihsaniyat at Jombang. This study used a qualitative approach with the design of case study. The techniques of data collection in this study are the use of observation, interviews, and documentation. The techniques of data analysis are data collection, data reduction, data presentation, drawing conclusions/ verification. Criterion validity of the data is based on the credibility, transferability, dependability, and confirmability. The results were obtained: spiritual leadership became an inspiration and an example in strengthening character education; leaders use the teachings of Shalawat Wahidiyah as the basis of character education; Their characters can be seen from several aspects: attitude, emotions, beliefs, habits and self-conceptions. The spiritual leadership of the principal in character education is done through stages: internalization, personification, socialization, and spiritual values in schools and the community

Topic: Educational Management and Leadership

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=71


36.

Behaviours of the effective leadership in universities: Findings of a meta-analysis study
Burhanuddin

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

The purposes of this study are to investigate what sorts of leadership behaviours, and how leaders contribute to the successful universities in many countries. The investigation was accomplished using a simple meta-analysis model. Based on several research studies and literature reviews, the findings indicated a range of leadership styles have been applied in many universities in Europe U.S., and Asia. The effective leadership behaviours for the global context, however, were dominantly found in universities lead under transformational process. This style is practiced since it fits to deal with the changing and competitive environment. The executives, thus, have to be furnished with reputable competencies to implement this model. Future studies are suggested to concern more on personality traits as they are key elements in developing the individual leadership capacities.

Topic: Educational Management and Leadership

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=75


37.

THE STRATEGY IN EXPLORING AND IMPLEMENTING ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE IN ISLAMIC BOARDING SCHOOL
Juharyanto

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

Culture has very clear implications for the improvement to people?s performance. Culture does not only give a positive impact to students but also to the entire staff. It?s like the air that becomes the breath of life that affects thoughts, feelings, and actions, and even affect almost every aspect of schools. If the culture changes, everything changes. As Islamic Boarding School, it prepares very complex values that all staff must adapt and implement. Indeed, the school as a part of the society should perform the values of the culture, especially that fit to its organization. This study focused on the way the school explores and implement the local values to strengthen the school culture. This research uses a qualitative research approach toward a case study and uses a phenomenology approach as its theoretical orientation. Data analysis techniques are processed with reducing, displaying, and concluding data. The result of this research shows that the forming process of organizational culture has four levels, they are; (1) adaptation process; (2) searching pattern; (3) developing the system.

Topic: Educational Psychology

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=2


38.

Condition and Shaping of Student Personality In Educational Process Through Transpersonal Psychology Perspective
Alfaiz, Ryan Hidayat Rafiola, Rezki Hariko and Zulfikar

STKIP PGRI Sumatera Barat


Abstract

Topic: Educational Psychology

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=15


39.

URGENCY OF DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENT ACADEMIC RESILIENCE AT SCHOOL
Zulfikar Zulfikar, Rezki Hariko

STKIP PGRI Sumatera Barat
Universitas Negeri Padang


Abstract

Academic demands and pressures at school and at home are often the triggers of stress and depression in students. To deal with this situation requires resilience to enable students to cope. Academic resilience must be owned by every student face of academic problems. Without academic resilience students will experience failure, not only in academic matters but also impact on their future. Resilience is gained and developed through the learning and experience of the environment. School is an educational environment that has an important role in developing student academic resilience. In schools it play a significant role in developing students academic resilience are teachers. Teachers can undertake various guidance to develop student academic resilience, such as by building or strengthening student relationships with their social environment. When students have a strong relationship with their social environment, then by it self they will be stronger to face every problem. Then it can also be done by cultivating an attitude of independence in students. Independence will make students ready to face every challenge in living his life.

Topic: Educational Psychology

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=19


40.

Correlation Between A Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) to Student Workers Academic Achievement At STKIP PGRI West Sumatera
Yuzarion, Desta Fandri

IbKIK Lembaga Psikologi STKIP PGRI Sumatera Barat


Abstract

This research was based of antythesis assumption that self regulated learning (SRL) has not correlation with student academic achievement who has been work. Design of this research was correlation analysis, to tested a correlation of variables. With 193 samples, that selected use purposive random sampling technique. Data were collected through SRL Scale and index prestation of academic student (IPK). The SRL Scale has validity 0.431-1.00, construct validity 0.899, and aitem validity 0.349-0.899 with alpha cronbach reliability 0.911. Result of this research concluded SRL has a positive correlation with student academic achievement who has been work. And may define that high SRL can determine the high of academic achievement.

Topic: Educational Psychology

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=20


41.

UNITARY SYSTEM HYPOTHESIS AND DUAL SYSTEM HYPOTHESIS IN LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT
Puspita Dewi

STMIK Bumigora Mataram


Abstract


Many countries through out the world use more than one languages, for examples Malasyia, Singapore, India, and the others. In Indonesia, English as a foreign language becomes a compulsary subject in Junior High School and Senior High School. It shows that children or society are encouraged to learn or use more than one language or it is also called bilingual. Beside of that most parents encourage their children to learn English because they assume that English are able to shape the better future for their children. However, related to the theory, children who acquire two or more languages simultaneously will get confusion called Unitary System Hypothesis but other scholars believed that on the contrary. Acquiring more than one languages in the same time will not undergo confusion for the children or it is called Dual System Hypothesis.

Topic: Educational Psychology

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=27


42.

Measurement Model of Student Well-Being
Durrotunnisa

Department of Guidance and Counseling, Tadulako University


Abstract

The purpose of this study was to identify the model of student well-being measurement, school climate and parenting styles. Student well being is measured by the dimensions of positive affect interpersonal and intrapersonal positive affect. School climate is measured by students perceptions of the physical environment, teachers, and fellow students. Parenting styles are measured by warmth and acceptance, parental control, and autonomy psychological granting. The number of respondents is 118 students of class VIII Junior High School in Malang, consisting of 4 schools. The analysis used is the analysis of Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) version 20. The results show that the null hypothesis in the three models of student well-being measurement, school climate, and parenting styles are accepted, meaning that there is a suitability between the proposed model and the empirical evidence in the field.

Topic: Educational Psychology

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=47


43.

THE ROLE OF SELF-CONTROL AND SELF-ADJUSTMENT ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AMONG JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Hariz Enggar Wijaya and Asep Agung Judistira

Department of Psychology, Islamic University of Indonesia, Yogyakarta


Abstract

Attaining high academic achievement, is not only affected by excellent teaching, but also psychological factor of students itself. Both cognitive and non-cognitive ability of student share its influence. The aim of this research is to find out the role of self-control and self-adjustment on the academic achievement of junior high school students. There were 96 first year students of Islamic boarding school in Tasikmalaya enrolled this study, 48,96% of them were males and 51,04% females. Data were collected by using The Brief Self-Control Scale, Self-Adjustment Scale, and also the final grade of school report. Data analysis showed that both self-control and self-adjustment correlated with student academic achievement. For further analysis, multiple regression showed that only self-control could predict academic achievement. Also reported from data analysis that boys and girls were different significantly in academic achievement, self-control, and self-adjustment.

Topic: Educational Psychology

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=53


44.

The Relationship Between Lecturer Professionalism and Student Self-efficacy
Frieda N.R. Hadiyati, Siswati

Faculty of Psychology
Diponegoro University


Abstract

Proses perkembangan efikasi diri akademik mahasiswa, dipengaruhi oleh faktor: pengaruh keluarga, pengaruh sebaya, pengaruh lingkungan sekolah (termasuk karakteristik pengajar) situasi transisi sekolah, dan keterampilan penghargaan diri (self-appraisal).Bagi mahasiswa, keberadaan dosen merupakan salah satu komponen penting dalam proses belajar mengajar. Untuk meningkatkan kualitas proses pembelajaran di PT, dituntut adanya peningkatan profesionalisme dosen.
Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengukur hubungan antara efikasi diri akademik mahasiswa dengan persepsi mahasiswa terhadap profesionalisme dosen. Penelitian dilakukan terhadap mahasiswa angkatan 2016/2017 Fakultas Psikologi Universitas Diponegoro. Jumlah mahasiswa sebanyak 175 orang tersebar di empat kelas. Semua kelas diambil sebagai subjek penelitian. Data diambil menggunakan dua skala yaitu skala EDA (efikasi diri akademik) dan skala PTPD (persepsi terhadap profesionalisme dosen) dan diolah menggunakan statistik regresi sederhana dengan program SPSS.
Hasil penelitian menunjukkan adanya hubungan antara efikasi diri akademik mahasiswa dengan persepsi mahasiswa terhadap profesionalisme dosen yang ditunjukkan dengan angka r = 0.271 p= 0.000 (p<.01). Penelitian ini juga menunjukkan bahwa sumbangan dari profesionalisme dosen terhadap efikasi diri mahasiswa tidak besar, yaitu 7.3% . Hal ini membawa pada kesimpulan bahwa faktor yang mempengaruhi efikasi diri akademik mahasiswa yang dominan bukanlah profesionalisme dosen. Faktor penghargaan diri (self-appraisal) dan pengaruh sebaya serta pengaruh keluarga kemungkinan memberikan pengaruh yang lebih kuat, namun perlu penelitian lebih lanjut.

Topic: Educational Psychology

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=55


45.

Emotion Focussed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: An Attempt to Resolve Emotional Deficiency and Strengthen Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Efficacy
Arbin Janu Setiyowati

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is counseling approach which its efficacy is widely recognized. CBT is the only approach that is highly scalable and systematically, emphasizing the symptom of problematic behavior, hence behavior changes after therapy can be observed and measured. However, behind its efficacy, CBT is not yet able to accommodate all the needs of the counselee. Counselee needs less attention is the emotional aspects of the counselee. This is due to CBT concerns is on the behavioral symptoms rather than on how to comprehend counselees problem. It limits CBT ability to facilitate counselee holistically. To overcome the aforementioned conditions, emotion focused cognitive behavioral therapy (ECBT) offers the effort to help the counselee by combining CBT and emotional engagement in the process of assisting the counselee. ECBT use all empirically-based component of traditional CBT and include components to overcome the additional deficit of the emotion on the problems faced by each counselee. ECBT is considered effective because, in the process of counseling, counselee is invited to recognize and manage emotions within him or herself related to problems occurring. Comprehensive ECBT system is considered able to reinforce the efficacy of CBT in helping counselees problems.

Topic: Educational Psychology

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=70


46.

NEED OF COGNITIVE-BEHAVIOR COUNSELING MODEL BASED ON LOCAL WISDOM TO IMPROVE MEANING OF LIFE OF MADURESE CULTURE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Nur Hidayah*BK Universitas Negeri Malang M. Ramli** BK Universitas Negeri Malang

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

Cognitive-Behavior Counseling develops not based on the cultural values of Indonesian society. Development of Cognitive-Behavior Counseling Model based on local wisdom, especially Madurese culture is considered important and necessary. Initial research was conducted to find out the need of counselor to Cognitive-Behavior Counseling with survey research design. The research instrument uses a questionnaire of counselor needs and in-depth interviews completed with literature study. The respondents were counselors at SMPN 1 dan SMPN 3 Bangkalan, Madura. SMPN 1 dan SMPN 3 Bangkalan was chosen because most of Madureses ethical children attend the junior high school. The results showed that the counselor needs a Cognitive-Behavior Counseling model of Madurese culture-based to help students in the Madurese culture. The research findings contribute to the guidance and counseling praxis and add the repertoire in guidance and counseling science continuously, need to be developed Cognitive-Behavior Counseling model based on culture in East Java in particular.


Topic: Educational Psychology

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=76


47.

DEVELOPMENT OF INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN ICARE ASSISTED LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TO ENHANCE THE LEARNING PROCESS
Wikan Budi Utami, Fikri Aulia, M. Arif Budiman

Universitas Pancasakti Tegal


Abstract

Learning is a process of education conducted by the teacher to the learner, the learning will be more effective when utilizing media. The development of information and communication technologies have an important role in learning. In addition to media, instructional design is also influential in the learning process. In this study, researchers are interested in researching the development of ICT-assisted with learning design to improve the effectiveness of learning. This research aims to find hipotetik model of instructional design development ICARE assisted learning management system to improve the learning process, in addition to knowing their effectiveness. This type of research is research and development. Defined by the Borg and Gall (2003), that "educational research and development is a process used to develop and validate educational products". Further they also suggested 10 measures of research and development, which can be simplified into the following five main steps: (1) conduct an analysis of the product to be developed; (2) develop the initial product; (3) expert validation and revision; (4) small scale field trial and revision products; (5) large scale field tests and the final product. Researchers recommend that (1) the application of instructional design ICARE-assisted Learning Management System should need to be developed to became a blended learning are more effective, (2) the findings in this research so that it can be used more broadly.

Topic: Emerging Technology and Learning Environment

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=8


48.

DEVELOPING ADAPTIVE MOBILE LEARNING WITH THE PRINCIPLE OF COHERENCE MAYER ON BIOLOGY SUBJECTS OF HIGH SCHOOL TO SUPPORT THE OPEN AND DISTANCE EDUCATION
Ence Surahman, Dessy Alfindasari

Departement of Educational Technology
State University of Malang


Abstract

This study is a research development program of Adaptive Mobile Learning with Coherence Mayer principle on the subjects of Biology. The limitation of this study is application of mobile learning which designed adaptively to the three learning styles of learner i.e., the visual, auditory and Kinaesthetic. The provision of the three learning styles meant that the learners can learn the Biology material more easily appropriate to their learning style. The methods in the development of Adaptive Mobile Learning used method of R&D which refers to the development model of Stephen M. Alessi and Stanley R. Trollip. And then, the research and development program of Adaptive Mobile Learning conducted in SMA Negeri 11 Yogyakarta, class of XI IPA-2. After product development, the validity of the products was tested by expert media and expert material. The value of validation test media and material reached 3.98 on good category (worth). Then, the product was tested in one class. Based on the test results, the developing of Adaptive Mobile Learning program had influence to increase the cognitive learning results of students on the subjects of biology. The results showed by the results of the comparison of the two averagesN-Gain between pre-test and post-test results. Gain score showed the average 65.58. Then, the results of a pre-test and post-test also tested statistically to find out the extent of their significance. Based on the results of statistical tests obtained value of significance rating 0,000 < &#945; (0,005). Thus, it can be concluded that the Adaptive Mobile Learning program is effective to improve the learning results of students on the subjects of biology.

Topic: Emerging Technology and Learning Environment

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=16


49.

LOCAL WISDOM AS INTEGRATION OF THE COSMIC AND THE METACOSMIC PERSPECTIVES IN INDONESIAN PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION
Antonius Denny Firmanto (a*), Nerita Setiyaningtiyas (b*)

a) Sekolah Tinggi Filsafat Teologi Widya Sasana, Jln. Terusan Rajabasa 2, Malang
b) Pascasarjana Universitas Negeri Malang, Jln. Semarang 5, Malang


Abstract

The study is a literary research on local wisdom of Javanese community as the context. Sustaining their existency, the Javanese community maintains their own local wisdom. It is a proven knowledges through ages. It influences state of mind that relates to human capacity for exploring, discovering and developing human potentiality.This study proposes that in Indonesian context, education as an enhancement process for a better quality of life should make its source on local wisdom. Local wisdom is the experience of reality and knowledge is its expression. The purposes of this research are: 1) describing the experience of reality consists of the cosmic and the metacosmic perspectives, 2) understanding the existing local wisdoms as a local knowledge has its value for constructing a new theory on the Indonesian Philosophy of Education.

Topic: Emerging Technology and Learning Environment

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=24


50.

CONSTRUCTING LEARNING RESULTS AS LEARNING OBJECT THROUGH OPEN LEARNING SYSTEM
Henry Praherdhiono, Eka Pramono Adi

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

The idea of writing is to build a learning object from students thoughts on the Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Student work as a result of learning, more stored in the assignment folder in learning management system. The development research was conducted for 110 students divided into 3 classes. Research development of students learning object produces a flexibility, openess, and has the potential to construct a student scientific work by themselves or to other students. Student learning activities, resulting in a student learning experience that is constructed from graduate students gradually.

Topic: Emerging Technology and Learning Environment

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=68


51.

THE IMPLEMENTATION PARTICIPATORY LEARNING STRATEGY OF EXPLORING DRAMA IN SPEAKING
Mansyur Srisudarso

English Education Department
Faculty of Teachers Training and Education
University of Singaperbangsa Karawang
Jl. HS. Ronggowaluyo, East Telukjambe, Karawang 41361, Indonesia


Abstract

The essence of a participatory learning strategy is a way of learning that involves students in the planning, execution, and assessment of drama exploration in speaking. The purpose of this study is to analyze: 1) participatory strategy, 2) drama exploration, and 3) speaking skills. This study was discussed using comparative study method of analysis of participatory learning strategy theory, drama exploration, and speaking skills from various literature. Analysis is done to find conclusions that can be justified scientifically. The study results concluded that 1) The participatory learning of drama exploration involves students in planning, implementation, and assessment to improve speaking skills. The participatory learning of exploring drama gives results to the development of ideas, and creativity of students in improving the ability to speak. 2) eksploring drama as a strategy to enhance learning has been practiced, or at least written about life. Educational drama can be traced to the work a strategy that encourages primary and secondary students to practice both language and social skills. 3) speaking is an active and productive activity of communication, aimed at conveying ideas and feelings through spoken language, either one or two directions. Speaking is the ability to use spoken language consisting of short, incomplete or separate pronunciation.

Topic: Language and Social Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=23


52.

THE DEVELOPMENT OF LEARNING MEDIA RECEPTION ECRITE ELEMENTAIRE WEB-BASED
Hesti Fibriasari1,Evi Eviyanti2, and Faisal Abas Siregar3

Universitas Negeri Medan


Abstract

Topic: Language and Social Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=30


53.

THE USE OF STORY CALENDAR MEDIA TO INCREASE READING COMPREHENSION SKILL IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Krisna Anggraeni

Faculty of Primary and Secondary Education, Majalengka University, Universitas Majalengka Street No. 1, Majalengka


Abstract

This research was motivated by the low reading comprehension skill in elementary school. The result of students learning mastery in 5th grade of SDN Sunia 1 reached only 20% with the 65 score in the KKM of Bahasa. The problem encouraged the researcher and the classroom teacher to work on improving reading comprehension skill using story calendar media. Story calendar media presents the material in the form of calendars that relates to each other so that it can be used as a portfolio. Each calendar page illustrates the development of student literacy and it is also complemented by graphic organizers which are some visual graphs that show the relationship between ideas, concepts, facts and terms in a single topic. This research used a classroom action research that was designed to empower all participants in the process (students, teachers and other participants) which was meant for improving the process and student learning results. The design used in this research was Classroom Action Eesearch Elliot design. This research was conducted in 3 cycles. Each cycle consisted of planning, implementation, observation, and reflection steps. The result of the research shows that story calendar media can improve reading comprehension skill. Based on the result of the reading comprehension test, it is known that the average of test results has increased. In the pre cycle, the reading comprehension was only 20%, in the cycle I it increased into 40%, in the cycle II it increased into 75% and in the cycle III it increased into 90%. These improvements show that story calendar media helps the students learn to improve their reading comprehension skills.

Topic: Language and Social Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=56


54.

IMPROVEMENT OF SOCIAL SCIENCE LEARNING RESULT USING INDEX CARD MATCH LEARNING MODEL IN SDN KRANGKENG IV ELEMENTARY SCHOOL OF INDRAMAYU
DEVI AFRIYUNI YONANDA

FACULTY OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION
Majalengka University
Universitas Majalengka Street No.1, Majalengka


Abstract

Topic: Language and Social Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=57


55.

THE DEVELOPMENT OF WRITTEN LANGUAGE SKILLS (READING & WRITING) MATERIAL BASED KKNI CURRICULUM
Rita Suswati

Universitas Negeri Medan


Abstract

Topic: Language and Social Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=59


56.

SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP TRAINING BASED ON PARTICIPATION OF PARTNERSHIP NETWORK FOR COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT
Dayat Hidayat

Nonformal Education Department
Faculty of Teachers Training and Education
University of Singaperbangsa Karawang


Abstract

The essence of social entrepreneurship involves nonprofit business activities, business activities for social purposes, and combination of both, but for social purposes. This study analyzes social entrepreneurship training, participation of partnership network, and community empowerment. This study is discussed by using a comparative theory analysis method from various literary sources. Analysis is conducted to find conclusions that can be justified scientifically. The results of the study concluded that social entrepreneurship training is a learning process aimed at improving the knowledge, skills and formation of social entrepreneurship attitude of society. The background of the concept of partnership can be seen in the context of the social development which tends to provide excellent service. Through the participation of partnerships, the fulfillment of resources both to meet the quantity and quality of community entrepreneurship program can be optimized. Essentially, community empowerment serves as a stimulus to the emergence of the spirit or encouragement in human beings to empower, control, and develop themselves based on their potential. These capabilities include aspects cognitive; those are knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation; affective which includes changes related to interests, attitudes, values, rewards and adjustments; and skills that include productive skills, technical skills, physical skills, social skills, managerial skills, and intellectual skills.

Topic: Non-Formal and Informal Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=9


57.

Potential Analysis of Building Child Friendly Regency in Accelerating the Implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in Informal Education (Case Study in Nganjuk District)
Zulkarnain

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

Abstract: Decent Regency Children is a term that was first introduced by the Ministry of Womens Empowerment in 2005 through the policy of District Eligible Children. The term of the Childrens Eligible Regency becomes the City / District Worthy of the Child. Research Objectives: (1) Analyzing the policy of the Nganjuk Regency government in establishing child-friendly districts; (2) Analyze what support has been prepared and will be built by the government of Nganjuk Regency in the direction of the child-appropriate districts; (3) Analyze the implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in establishing child-appropriate districts. This research uses qualitative research design case study with descriptive format. The conclusion is as follows: (1) To accelerate the realization of Nganjuk Regency into the development of Municipal Coverage, as the program priority in the field of welfare and child protection by establishing seven important aspects in KLA development: health, education, social, civil rights and participation, , labor protection, and infrastructure. Based on data obtained from observations, interviews, and documentation of research results indicate that almost 85% Nganjuk District Government Apparatus has been preparing for the City of Children Worthy; (2) Implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in developing the Children Eligible Regency in order to realize the Nganjuk Regency to be the Childrens Worthy Town is not an easy thing and is not a difficult thing. However, there is a kind of pre-requisite to achieve it. The pre-requisite is the willingness and commitment of regional leaders, in accelerating the fulfillment of rights and child protection as reflected in the regional regulation document.

Topic: Non-Formal and Informal Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=44


58.

Pondok Argosumo The Centre Of Managing Agro-Tourism Village In Poncokusumo Village Poncokusumo Sub-District Malang District
Fitrianasari, Karisma Rizqi Nuryanti, Firda Imroatul Ajijah

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

Target community targeted is Poncokusumo Village Poncokusumo Sub District, Malang Regency. This village is located in the east of Malang City with distance of 29 km from downtown. Tourism ynag available in the Village Poncokusumo is apple picking tour, citrus picking tour, chrysanthemum tour, chips and outbound tours. In addition, the tour is also equipped with the area sepilah danhil, campground and homestay. But the weakness of agro-tourism in Poncokusumo Village area is that the existing tourism is not managed through "one door". Every tourist who comes directly to the desired tourist attractions to impress every tourist attraction has its own visitors. This causes the weakness of data collection to tourists and lack of participation in the existing attractions. Another problem is the lack of educational aspects in the tour of apples, oranges, chrysanthemums and processed kripik .. if there are tourists choose apple picking tour then tourists just pick apples without any explanation about the apple. In addition, the demand from the tour manager is the Outbound Training and Basic English Training in improving the quality of tourist attractions in Poncokusumo village. Strategy is done there are 3 that is organizing, equity and quality improvement and addition of education aspect. Strategy of organizing through kesekertariatan assistance and secretarial support in explaining tourist destinations. Strategy of equity and quality improvement through outbound training, Basic English training, website management training, SOP extension of visitor flow and promotion through website, instagram and company profile. The strategy of adding education is done by adding stages to explain about apples, oranges, chrysanthemums and chips according to their respective destinations as well as renaming the educational tour. The result of "Pondok Agrosumo" is the creation of tourism management that can organize and explore tourist attractions in Agro Tourism Poncokusumo Village. It starts with the improvement of the quality of the tourism managers, the promotion of tourist attractions and the organizing of tours through "one door" .The creation of kesekertariatan that can serve as a tourist information center, registration and place of data collection of tourists. Until this report is made, the program has been implemented with 85% and the rest will be implemented until July third week ie mentoring, tourism tour planning and joint evaluation. Other supporting results are scientific articles, HKI, outbound training booklets, Basic English training booklets and booklets Website management. This tourism development program will continue with the management of the tour operators and POKDARWIS independently.

Topic: Non-Formal and Informal Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=64


59.

Parenting Efficacy Married Moms Working with Early Childhood
Ellyn Sugeng Desyanty, Sri Wahyuni

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

: The mother working as a parent remains the first figure for early childhood because most of the time the child is with her parents. Homes and parts of homes especially parents become an important part of early childhood life. This research will use phenomenological research methods because it intends to explore the experience felt by working married mothers and interpret every experience of parenting efficacy that emerged during being in the field. The purpose of this study was to describe the parenting efficacy in married mothers working with early childhood. The dimensions of parenting efficacy that appear in the informal self are: a) the nurture dimension, b) the health dimension, c) the discipline dimension, d) the playing dimension, and e) the teaching dimension. The emergence of the various dimensions of parenting efficacy is influenced by the following factors: a) past experiences, b) culture and community, c) experience with children, d) parental knowledge, and e) social and marital support. The significance of this research is that the informant understands that being a wife has the duty of not only caring for her family members but also helping her partner in finding additional income to support her familys economy. Her role as a mother is to give birth, nurture, and pay attention to her childs growth in various aspects of its development. The dual role that can be done by the informant with the understanding that he is a wife and mother simultaneously.

Topic: Non-Formal and Informal Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=77


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DEVELOPING ADAPTIVE MOBILE LEARNING WITH THE PRINCIPLE OF COHERENCE MAYER ON BIOLOGY SUBJECTS OF HIGH SCHOOL TO SUPPORT THE OPEN AND DISTANCE EDUCATION
Ence Surahman, Dessy Alfindasari

State University of Malang


Abstract

Abstract

This study is a research development program of Adaptive Mobile Learning with Coherence Mayer principle on the subjects of Biology. The limitation of this study is application of mobile learning which designed adaptively to the three learning styles of learner i.e., the visual, auditory and Kinaesthetic. The provision of the three learning styles meant that the learners can learn the Biology material more easily appropriate to their learning style. The methods in the development of Adaptive Mobile Learning used method of R&D which refers to the development model of Stephen M. Alessi and Stanley R. Trollip. And then, the research and development program of Adaptive Mobile Learning conducted in SMA Negeri 11 Yogyakarta, class of XI IPA-2. After product development, the validity of the products was tested by expert media and expert material. The value of validation test media and material reached 3.98 on good category (worth). Then, the product was tested in one class. Based on the test results, the developing of Adaptive Mobile Learning program had influence to increase the cognitive learning results of students on the subjects of biology. The results showed by the results of the comparison of the two averagesN-Gain between pre-test and post-test results. Gain score showed the average 65.58. Then, the results of a pre-test and post-test also tested statistically to find out the extent of their significance. Based on the results of statistical tests obtained value of significance rating 0,000 < &#945; (0,005). Thus, it can be concluded that the Adaptive Mobile Learning program is effective to improve the learning results of students on the subjects of biology.

Topic: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=31


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LEARNING DIFFICULTIES ON GRADE 5 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN HUMAN AND ANIMAL BODY ORGAN LEARNING MATERIALS
Ika Maryani; Nurul Naslal Husna

Ahmad Dahlan University


Abstract

Topic: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=41


62.

THE CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS PROFILE OF PRESERVICE BIOLOGY TEACHERS IN ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY
Astuti Muh.Amin1), Aloysius Duran Corebima2), Siti Zubaidah3), Susriyati Mahanal4)


Abstract

Topic: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=43


63.

PENYU MANCI THE COUNSELING ON THE ADVANTAGES OF CIPLUKAN AND ITS HEALTHY PROCESSED FOODS IN BROTO VILLAGE SLAHUNG SUB-DISTRICT PONOROGO DISTRICT
Nikmatul Rohmah, Ayuk Febriana, Dian Wahyu L., Siti Nurlaelatul S.

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

Topic: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=66


64.

AWARENESS AND PRACTICES ON SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS IN MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY MAIGO SCHOOL OF ARTS AND TRADES
Margarita Clenista Paghasian

MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY MAIGO SCHOOL OF ARTS AND TRADES


Abstract

Topic: Special and Inclusive Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=5


65.

DEVELOPING PARTNERSHIP BASED OF HOSPITABLE SCHOOLS FOR CHILDREN
Haromain

IKIP Mataram


Abstract

Inclusive education as the embodiment of education for all in the process must be supported by a safe and comfortable environment for every student. Children with special needs as learners in inclusive schools need a hospitable environment for the development of their motivation and self-esteem. Schools should prepare these hospitable environment for children needs through a partnership strategy built between schools, parents and the community. The objective of the study is to describe the school strategy in preparing a school environment that is hospitable to children with special needs that are focused on school policies and forms of partnerships that schools build in creating a hospitable environment for children. The research was conducted through qualitative approach with case study design at SDN 20 Mataram West Nusa Tenggara Province. The result of the research shows that 1) the formulation of hospitable school for children environment policy is done through requirement analysis phase, policy formulation, and socialization of hospitable school for children environment policy. 2) the form of school partnerships such as parent education, the establishment of parent community, the optimization of school communication, parents and community, strengthening school network, involving religious leaders and community leaders in school activities, utilization of facilities provided by the community for school activities.

Topic: Special and Inclusive Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=14


66.

LITERACY PROGRAM IN INCLUSIVE SCHOOL (Preliminary Study at the Inclusive Education Provider Source Center Gegerkalong Girang Elementary School)
Hanum Hanifa Sukma, Nurul Hidayati Rofiah

Universitas Ahmad Dahlan


Abstract

Topic: Special and Inclusive Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=25


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MANAGEMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION: STUDY OF EFFECTIVENESS ON INCLUSION EDUCATION SERVICE
1Asep Sunandar, 2Ade Dian Firdiana

1Universitas Negeri Malang
2Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Abstract

Special education is an education service program intended for students who have the limitation to follow the process of education both physically and mentally, and or learners who have the potential of intelligence and special talent. The Indonesian people generally have a view to separating the educational process among normal children of children with special needs. This view has resulted in the dichotomy and even the limitations of social space for children with special needs in actualizing their abilities. This study explains how the inclusion education process is implementing in schools, as an educational service that provides equal opportunities for children with special needs to socialize and learn together. The review process was conducted on various literature and previous research results. It was found that the inclusion education process is a guarantee of human rights to obtain equal education services for all learners. The process of inclusive education requires understanding and care of the citizens of the school so that children with special needs can develop in line with age and psychological development.

Topic: Special and Inclusive Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=48


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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF LABYRINTH GAME IN IMPROVING INTERPERSONAL IN-TELLIGENCE OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISM
Heavy Evasari, Yuana Maulidia, Phylia Gita Crisantimum Chaerunnisa

Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

The purpose of this study is to improve interpersonal intelligence of children with autism: teamwork skill, interaction skill, comprehension, understanding and responding to a command. This research employs quasi experimental with Pretest-Posttest Control Group Design as the research design. The first chosen class is an experimental class treated by Labyrinth Box. The second class is a conventional class using Puzzle method and functions as a control. This control class, according to paired sample test, it shows no significant influence towards the improvement of interper-sonal skill of children with autism. On the other hand, in the experimental class, it shows significant influence to-wards the improvement of interpersonal skill of children with autism. The comparison of the classes shows normal and homogeneous data. In addition, looking at independent sample test, it shows both classes own significant dif-ferences in improving interpersonal intelligence of children with autism. In the treatment of Labyrinth Box it shows the significant differences in improving interpersonal skill of children with autism.

Topic: Special and Inclusive Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=65


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BUILDING A COMMUNITY OF INQUIRY (CoI) THROUGH THE IMPLEMENTATION OF LESSON STUDY IN HIGHER EDUCATION LEVEL
Taufik Ikhsan Slamet; Ahmad Supriyanto

State University of Malang


Abstract

This article describes the implementation of lesson study in the higher education context. It aims to pioneering lesson study as a part of professional development training for lecturers in any discipline. We document four lesson study activities which consist three cycles for each activity, and describe changes occurred along the process, especially in the phase of the plan, do, and see the step. Unlike the intended subjects of lesson study, the topics delivered in the activities are commonly from social science and humanities. The characteristics of the subjects eventually provide greater opportunities to attempt a various form of instructional approaches. Therefore, it is highly recommended for all higher education institution to implement and monitor the progress of lesson study professionally, based on the characteristic of the students and environment.

Topic: Teacher Education and Career Development

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=29


70.

THE EFFECT OF RICH MOTORIC DEVELOPMENT OF AGRESSION OF CHILDREN WHICH SOCIAL CLASSES OF PARENTS AS INTERVENING VARIABLES (STUDY ON CHILDREN AGE 5-6 YEARS IN SE-GUGUS Kindergarten 8 LOWOKWARU CITY OF MALAN
Evania Yafie Early Childhood Education State University of Malang Email: rosevonia@yahoo.com

universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

Abstract: This study aims to analyze and improve the relationship of motor development of children on aggressive behavior, either directly or indirectly through the social class of parents as intervening variables. The research method used is descriptive quantitative with explanatory method. The sample in this study was taken by random sampling technique with 100 children from kindergarten in Malang. Data completion technique using questionnaires, while the data analysis techniques used are descriptive and inferential statistics with path analysis. The results showed that there was a positive and significant influence of childrens gross motor development against aggression. There is no indirect influence of gross motor development of children against aggression through social class of parents as intervening variable.

Topic: Teacher Education and Career Development

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=39


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TADALURING Microteaching Learning Model (TMLM): Designing, Developing and Field Testing
Arifmiboy, Jamaris Jamna, Mega Iswari, Agustina

IAIN Bukittinggi


Abstract

Topic: Teacher Education and Career Development

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=50


72.

FULFILLING TEACHER EDUCATION EARLY CHILDREN EARLY CAN IMPROVE THE MORAL QUALITY OF THE PEOPLE IN THE DOMPU REGENCY
Siti Zaenab

STAHN Gde Pudja Mataram


Abstract

The purpose of this study is to determine the needs of existing PGPAUD teachers in Dompu District. PAUD teachers in Dompu District are very concerned. This concern makes researchers upload their heart to think critically about this, so this article will reveal the existence of PAUD teachers who have PGPAUD S1 education qualifications. The lack of teachers is the main concern of the government at this time, with conditions like this then, the problem of the fulfillment oearly childhood teachers can be realized. The type of this research is qualitative descriptive, with phenomenology approach. The research location in Dompu Regency. The methods are observation, interview and documentation. Followed by data analysis that is reduction, display, data verification, end of this method is checking of data validity that is; credibility, reliability, and confirmability. This step will not be scientific if it is not supported by existing theories. The results of this study are: (1) unmet needs of PAUD teachers in Dompu District, (2) PAUD teachers in Dompu District is still a high school diploma. (3) PGPAUD S1 qualification does not exist yet, (4) local government plan to send or attend training to increase the knowledge to PAUD teachers with high school diploma, so as to meet the expected standard. The immediate recommendation to appoint PAUD teachers and improve human resources in building quality buds to compete for the year 2045 will be realized

Topic: Teacher Education and Career Development

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=62


73.

System Requirement Analysis for E-Learning Materials to Support Academic Writing Skills for Engineering Students of Vocational Higher Education
Dita Lupita Sari, Choirun Niswatin

Politeknik Kota Malang


Abstract

Topic: Technology and Vocational Education

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=22


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Destination Management of Religious Tourism in Cirebon
Tanti Kustiari, M. Taufik H

Politeknik Negeri Jember


Abstract

Since a long time ago, most of mosque role has been merely for worship, mosques in Cirebon are included. Now, as time flies, the function of mosque in the area has transformed to be religious tourist resorts. The program has an impact on improving the socio-economic environment of the community. The quality of religious tourist resort management is determined by the quality of mosque management resources as tourist destinations in Cirebon. The study was conducted in Cirebon religious tourist destination in 2016. The research respondents were twenty mosque managers from seven tourist mosques. The research aims to identify and analyze (1) the characteristics of religious tourist destination in Cirebon. (2) the characteristics of human resource competence in managing the attractiveness of religious tourist destinations of Cirebon. (3) the implications of management resource gap in managing Cirebon religious tourist destinations. Cirebon is expected to be widely known as religious tourist icon that has a complete appeal of cultural traditions, socio-economic religious, historical activities. The research deployed a descriptive approach and supported by relevant literature review. The results showed (1) religious tourist destinations in Cirebon has uniqueness with a large number of customers. However, existing tourism activities have not been expanded, (2) competent religious tourist management resources can be improved through active learning, achievement driven, and ability to cooperate, (3) strengthening the role of education and training.

Topic: Training and Community Development

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=11


75.

NEED ANALYSIS MAPPING OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP TRAINING OF UNIVERSITY STUDENT
Sunarni, Wildan Zulkarnain, Djum Djum Noor Benty

Universitas Negeri Malang, Jl. Semarang 5 Malang


Abstract

Abstract: The purposes of this research are: 1) describing the need of entrepreneurship training of university student, 2) understanding the different need of entrepreneurship training of university students based on their sexes. This research uses quantitative approach with comparative descriptive design. The objects of research are students from AP FIP Department UM 2013 and 2014 generation. The results are as follows: 1) almost a half of respondents has entrepreneurship experience and idea which is dominated by fashion and culinary sector. 2) There are some steps in conducting entrepreneurship training of university students, including: planning (need analysis), implementation, evaluation.The expected output and outcome are that the students are able to settle business. Each step has certain criteria. There are not any differences on the need of joining entrepreneurship training for university students.

Topic: Training and Community Development

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=21


76.

Self Hypnosis Training to Improve Self-Confidence Students to Speaking in Front of Publics
Jainal Ilmi, S.Psi, CHt*, Yudi Suharsono, S.Psi, M.Si*, Tri Muji Ingarianti, S.Psi, M.Psi**

*Psychology Faculty, University of Muhammadiyah Malang
**Doctoral Psychology Program, Airlangga University


Abstract

The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of giving Self Hypnosis Training to improve confidence in public speaking to students at Psychology Faculty in University of Muhammadiyah Malang. This research uses quantitative approach with pure experiment type and with One Group Pre test-Post test design. Determination of research subject using purposive sampling technique. Data collection uses a public speaking confidence scale measurement tool that consists of 23 items with a reliability index is 0.890. Data analysis technique using non-parametric test and Wilcoxon Signed Ranks Test. The results showed an increase in self-confidence of public speaking between before (Pre test) with post intervention (Post test) (sig-tailed = 0.043 <0.005). This proves that Self Hypnosis Training can be used to increase self confidance students in university when public speaking

Topic: Training and Community Development

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=34


77.

Perceived Problems on Employment Selection Process: Study on Recent University Graduates
Nugraha Arif Karyanta (a,b)*, Pratista Arya Satwika (a), Shelly Astriana (a)

(a) Department of Psychology, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Jl. Ir. Sutami 36 A Surakarta
*nugrahaarif[at]staff.uns.ac.id
(b) Doctoral Psychology Program, Universitas Airlangga


Abstract

The challenging condition of economic and job market in Indonesia put graduate university students in a tight competition for the job. This situation often makes job seeking as a hard and long full time job. This study exploring problems perceived by recent university graduates at the time of graduation on employment selection process. A total number of 207 recent university graduates of a state university in Jawa Tengah Indonesia completed closed-ended and open-ended questionnaire, asking on the problems they perceived of the employment selection processess. The results showed three most low score they perceived in the process of employee selection, that is: competition with higher grade university graduates, interview as part of the selection process, and focus/leaderless group discussion. Results of open-ended questions reveals 8 classifications of problems perceived by the subject. Lack of work experience and the anxiety of job search competition considered as the two most high procentage problems expressed by the subjetcs. The results of this research can then serve as the basis for creating an appropriate career development program for students.

Topic: Training and Community Development

PermaLink: http://icet2017.interconf.org/pages/abstract.php?id=58


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