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1.

The Effect of Supervision Implementation Towards Teacher Performance at SMKN Business Management Group in Padang City
Ermita

This research aimed to obtain information on: (e) Performance of teachers at SMKN Business and management Gruop in Padang, (b) Implementation of supervision at SMKN Business and management in Padang, and (c) Presence or absence of significant influence between the implementation of the supervision to the teachers performance at SMKN Business and Management in Padang. The hypothesis of this research is the implementation of academic supervision significantly affect to the teachers performance. The population this research are all of teachers at SMK Business and Management Group in Padang City as much as 125 people. Samples were taken using Random Sampling with totaling 76 people. Instrument of researchusing questionnaire with Likert scale models that have been tested for validity and reliability. Data were analyzed using simple regression and correlation techniques with the help of statistical program SPSS version 20.0 IBMM. The results showed that: (a) the performance of teachers at SMK Business and Management group in Padang City in the level of achievement of 71.49% with enough category. (b) Implementation of supervision by the principal at SMK Business and Management Group in Padang City is in the level of achievement of 69.14% with enough category. (C) Implementation of academic supervision by the principal positive effect on the performance of teachers at SMK Business and Management Group in Padang City of 9.3%.

Topic: Academic and Management Supervisory in Education

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The Analysis of Prospect and Sustainability of Diploma III Faculty of Economics, University of Jakarta
Marsofiyati, Susan Febriantina

This study is a qualitative study that aims to identify prospects and sustainability of Diploma III in the Faculty of Economics UNJ, which consists of Accounting, Marketing Management and Secretary. The data used in this study are primary data obtained directly from the respondents through the questionnaire to the student of Accounting, Marketing Management and Secretary. In addition to primary data is also used secondary data that are collected by the other party, in this case using the data in the form of a database for admission and a database of graduates of the Department of Accounting, Management and Economics and Administration and Career Development Center (CDC) Faculty of Economics, University of Jakarta.
The primary data analysis are conducted on the; 1) the reasons to choose diploma programs; 2) preference in Diploma III in FE UNJ; 3) appeal offered; 4) the opportunities graduates; 5) prospects for graduates; 6) plans after graduation; 7) the ability to compete graduates with a diploma from another universities; 8) the ability to compete diploma with bachelor graduates; 9) some barriers during college; 10) the possibility if the program of Diploma III in FE UNJ is in the cap.
The secondary data in the analysis include; 1) profile regarding the competitiveness of new students; 2) competitiveness of graduates; 3) the waiting time to work; 4) occupations suitability; 5) profile job positions today; 6) the starting salary and; 7) the company perception about the ability of alumni of competitiveness entry program Diploma FE UNJ; 8) graduates competitiveness and the provision of Diploma implementation to recommend the diversion of diploma from the faculty to the vocational program or department of vocational education under rectors order auspices to increase the competence of graduates, where the faculty is not burdened with high cost whether vocational program with more focused management can further develop, ranging from diploma one, two, three, and four to the masters and doctoral applied in accordance with Law Number 12 Iin 2012, on Higher Education.

Topic: Academic and Management Supervisory in Education

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Leadership and Cultural Organization to Motivation and the Implications to Lecturers Performance (Study Case in Private Universities in Bandar Lampung)
Faurani Santi Singagerda, Mery Berlian

Good Performance of lecturer can be created from the variables that influence, among others, work motivation, leadership and organizational culture are well received by all the lecturers in Private University (PTS). This study is the explanation (explanatory research), which will prove a causal relationship between the independent variable (independent variable) variable leadership, and organizational culture variables; variable between (intervening variable) variable work motivation; and the dependent variable (dependent variable) is the performance of lecturers. As well as correlational research, the research sought to see whether between two or more variables have a relationship or not, and how much the relationship was and how the direction of the relationship.
Based on the findings need to apply simultaneously leadership styles, organizational culture and work motivation in order to improve the performance of the PTS lecturers in Bandar Lampung. Then, in order to improve the performance of the lecturers through work motivation is that academic management need to further improve career development for their professors on average wanted to occupy the highest offices. Meanwhile, to increase the motivation of the teachers remain leaders need to further improve the existing system, conduct training of employees and encourage the lecturers to improve education independently.

Topic: Academic and Management Supervisory in Education

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THE ROLE OF MADRASAH SUPERVISOR IN SUSTAINING/MANAGEMENT OF QUALITY MADRASAH ALIYAH IN WEST JAVA INDONESIA
MULYAWAN SAFWANDY NUGRAHA, AI ROHAYANI

The management and sustaining of Madrasah Aliyah (Formal Islamic Senior High School) in Indonesia sometimes the Madrasah Supervisors find it not easy to carry out their responsibility accurately and diligently as prescribed by the process of achieving the laid down goals.

The main aim of this study is to assess the general roles of Supervisor in sustaining and management of quality and efficiency of Supervisor’s roles in Madrasah Aliyah. The purpose of this paper is to examine the key roles of Supervisor’s play in providing quality education in Madrasah Aliyah as already stated, Supervisors solve many problems in terms of sustaining and maintaining schools catabolic.

The roles of supervisor is to improve the quality of competencies of the principals and teachers and sustaining/Management of quality. The principal in meeting these inverse issues were also examined as the chief executive who manages the school finance and who can use his ingenuity to raise fund to complement government’s efforts, provision and maintenance of physical facilities, principal as a curriculum monitor and instructional supervisor do consider himself as a good model to be emulated with an element of dynamism that can observed drastically motivator and quick change facilitator.

Effective instructional delivery and maintenance of standards in the school system are enhanced through regular checking both internal and external supervision of the school and must be fully concerned with the physical environment and other facilities around the school corners. The supervisor owes it a duty to modify the attitude of the staff and motivate them to put in their best at achieving educational goals. However, it includes the roles of discipline both academic and non-academic staffs performance and adherence of schools rules and regulations with zeal for accepting open doors for other organizations that willing to assists the schools.

Topic: Academic and Management Supervisory in Education

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Learning Management Strategies in Higher Education which Based on Information and Communication Technology
Djadja Achmad Sardjana

This dissertation aims to describe Learning Management Strategies in Higher Education which Based on Information and Communication Technology with a sample of 35 Stakeholders Universities in Indonesia. In addition this study aims to analyze the effect of Goals and Objectives, Content and Modules, Approach Teaching and Media simultaneously to the Learning Management Strategies in Higher Education Based Based on Information and Communication Technology.

This dissertation is a descriptive quantitative research. The subjects were Stakeholders Universities involved in Information Technology Based Learning and Communication. The collection of data retrieved through observation, interviews, and surveys. Data were analyzed by step of data collection, data normalization, data mapping, and conclusions / verification.

The results showed that the sample of 35 Stakeholders Universities in Indonesia that the four variables: Goals and Objectives, Content and Modules, Approach Teaching and Media simultaneously have positive and significant impact on Methods and Strategy of Higher Education Learning which based on Information Technology Communication. This is consistent with the theory that the Goals and Objectives, Content and Modules, Approach Teaching and Media as an important part of Methods and Learning Strategies for Higher Education which based Information And Communications Technology. This will change the business process Learning Strategy for Higher Education from Traditional Learning to balance a Learning which based on e-Learning or Blended Learning

Topic: Administration and Management in E-Learning

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QUALITY OF TEACHING AND LEARNING THE BACHELOR EDUCATION IN-SERVICE TEACHERS PROGRAM ICT-BASED AND IT’S DETERMINANT
Slameto

The problem in this research is: what is the quality of teaching and learning ICT-based BEITP and any comorbid factors that will determine the quality of the Teaching and Learning. Comorbid factors is restricted: 1) curriculum, 2) teaching material, 3) assessment system, 4) the qualifications of lecturers, 5) device lecture 6), the independence of the fund, and 7) the recruitment of students. Thisstudy was conducted based on the assessment of alumni who had attended BEITP. The data source is 48 graduate alumni of BEITP SWCU graduated. Data were collected through a self-rating scale consisting of 32 items that have been proven valid and reliable; Data analysis used descriptive analysis and stepwise multiple regression models with SPSS for windows version 20. Based on descriptive analysis of the results, Quality of Teaching and Learning are at the level of high (46.80%), and moderate (43.80). There are three models of the determinants of The Quality of Teaching and Learning: 1) Student Admission, 2) Student Admission and Budgeting, and 3) Student Admission,
Budgeting and Lecturer of Qualifications (influential by 79.30%). The findings is very important for the management and supervision of distance education in order to improve the quality of teaching and learning (the lectures); a) the first priority should be improvements on the system by tightening admissions selection, only qualified students that should be accepted, b) increase of the amount of financial aid in order to support education, and c) increase the lecturers’ professionalism.

Topic: Administration and Management in E-Learning

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Teachers Professional Development Through Professional Learning Community In Junior High School
Asep Sudarsyah; Aan Komariah

The purpose of the study is to develop a model Professional Learning Community (PLC) by identifying a typology of the teacher professional development in terms of leadership, organizational climate and support systems. In the past, the learning experience was gained in pre-service training and in-service training lead teachers to grow and develop within the profession. But training like that had little effect on changes in the quality of teachers in the classroom. This condition was directing the research to a question "how teacher professional development through PLC is developed in Junior High School ". This study uses a qualitative method with steps: (1) the preliminary study; (2) designing model to be implemented in the first year of this study; and (3) testing a model to be implemented in the second year of this study. In first stage, the technique of data collection is carried out through an open questionnaire to 50 junior high school teachers and focused discussion with several school members. This study is urgency to providing policy direction in the PLC and ensure sustainability teacher professional development at the school level as well as improve the weaknesses of professional development. The results show the needs to be transitional model of in-service training organized at the national, provincial and district/city to the professional development of school-based consisting of three options model (1) model of direction change into facilitation model, (2) model of the structure change into the symbolic model, and (3) model of formal change into informal groups that determine the key factors: leadership of the principal, the climate of collegiality and support systems.

Topic: Administration and Management in Primary School

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Management of Teacher Capacity building to enhance teacher professionalism
Elis Rosdiawati

Teacher capacity building (TCB) is really important to enhance teacher professionalism. Yet, there is no such an effective TCB model to be implemented in school level. This research is focused on the step of deciding TCB school policy, the management on TCB, the quality assurance of TCB, and the impact of TCB on teachers as individuals, learning quality, and school quality.

Topic: Administration and Management in Primary School

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Analysis of Character Education Policy Implementation (Studies in SD Mutiara Bangsa, SD Tzu Chi and SDN 07 Jelambar Jakarta)
Suherman

The success of character education that was held in elementary (SD) school can not be separated from the right policy, program management system and the existence of internal quality assurance. In practice these conditions difficult to materialize. The policy does not correspond to the identification of problems. The identification itself is not done thoroughly. Quality assurance in the education of characters difficult to implement effectively due to lack of budget and human resources. Only a small percentage of schools that have an internal quality assurance system to ensure the implementation of character education.
Research objectives are 1) to describe and analyze the implementation of policies Character Education in SD Tzu Chi, SD Mutiara Bangsa, and SDN 07 Jelambar, 2) develop a hypothetical model of internal quality assurance system in character education for SD. The research method is descriptive qualitative case study approach. Selection of data sources using purposive sampling and snowball technique. Analysis of data using analysis constructionist approach to the stages of reduction, display, validation, and verification conclusion interactively.
The results showed education policy is based on the vision and the identification of problems in the education of character. Characteristics of the school encourage their creativity to organize educational activities focus on a different character. Programs and implementation of character education elementary Tzu Chi emphasis on self-reliance and individual significance in a global environment, SD Mutiara Bangsa focus on education about tolerance, SD Jelambar focus on religious values. Constraint is budgetary, not optimal practices research and development, information systems and cultures. and HR teacher. Only SD Tzu Chi has an internal quality assurance system in the implementation of character education. Both schools optimize the role of the teacher, the school principal as an internal quality assurance.
The conclusion that the vision and the identification problem as the basis of policy and program implementation. Program and implementation was held in accordance with the values which distinguish one school with another school. The main constraint is resources, weak information systems optimization and reflective research on the concept and practice of character education
Recommendations are policy should focus on solving the problem, the improvement in the availability of resources, constraints meminimalisis systematically and implement quality assurance systems in character education

Topic: Administration and Management in Primary School

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Hj. Munipah, S.Ag. M.Pd
Prof. Dr.H. Djaman Satori, M.A

Quality Management System in Elementary Schools
(Quality Management System in SD Al-Azhar Syifa Budi Parahyangan and SD Al-Irsyad Satya)
Munipah
NIM: 1102537

Abstract

In general this research aims to investigate, make meaning and describe the implementation of quality management system in elementary schools under Education, Youth, and Sport Boards, West Bandung Regency. Specifically, the research is aimed at describing and making meaning of quality policy, monitroting and evaluation, and follow up of quality management system in elementary schools.
The results of the reseach are expected to constribute in terms of theory and practice to thefollowing aspects: 1. Theoretically, the result of the research can be as basic information and foundings for further research development in quality management system in elementary schools under Education, Youth, and Sport Boards, West Bandung Regency; 2. Practically, the benefits can be for SD Al-Azhar Syifa Budi Parahyangan and SD Al-Irsyad Satya, in there are efforts to develop and improve quality policy, quality planning, quality program implementation, quality controling, quality management monitoring and evaluation, and planning Hypotectic Model of quality management in elementary schools.
Method used in the research is qualitative method by using three data collection techniques, they are interview, document analysis, and observation. Data analysis is conducted by using data reduction, data presentation, drawing conclusion and verification. The results show that in SD Al-Azhar Syifa Budi Parahyangan and SD Al-Irsyad Satya:
quality management supports can be seen from in vision, mission, and objectives; quality planning is already clear and does not need further interpretation; quality development plan is used continuously; quality program implementation results in optimum performance based on quality focus; all people in organization are expected to participate in the effortd of achiving quality; quality controlling is done by providing trainings to develop human resources in regular time and continuity in the forms of workshop, seminar, and etic.; in monitoring and evaluation of quality management, it is found that all processes and supportive elements of quality implementation are available and service to customers are as the customers; expectations; follow-ups of quality management improvement are done by setting sschool strategic plan based on evaluation results to improve and impement programs that have not been conducted by implementing strategies composed in school strategic plan.



Topic: Administration and Management in Primary School

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INFLUENCE BEHAVIOR OF LEADERSHIP, SCHOOL COMMUNICATION, SCHOOL CULTURE AND TEACHERS PERFORMANCE TOWARDS SCHOOL PERFORMANCE In state Primary School Throughout Bandung regency, west Java
SUMARNA JAELUDIN

This study aims to assess the influence of factors that are closely related to school performance, which includes factors; the behavior of school leadership, communication schools, school culture and teacher performance the extent of its influence on school performance, as well as finding an alternative model in the development of school performance.The approach used quantitative approach, through a survey method with in-depth explanation explanatory survey method), the entire population in this study as many as 1,354 people Principals and teachers of public elementary school PNS se-Kab.Bandung many as 9,869 people with a sample of 93 principals and 564 civil servant teachers at SDN throughout Bandung regency. Crawl data using a questionnaire and analyzed by using multiple regression analysis . The results showed that (a) the behavior of the leadership of the principal contributing positively and significantly to the performance of teachers and school performance, (b) communication schools to contribute positively and significantly to the performance of teachers and school performance, (c) the school culture to contribute positively and significantly the performance of teachers and school performance, (d) the performance of teachers to contribute positively and significantly to the performance sekolah. Through this study it is found that that the improved performance of teachers and school performance can be achieved through improved school leadership behavior, an increase in school communications, and improved school culture. Be concluded that the condition of empirical Elementary School in Bandung regency show: (a) the behavior of school leadership are at very high category, the dimensions of the most prominent is the dimension of selling while the dimensions of the lowest is the dimension of consideration; (b) the condition of the empirical school communication in the category extremely high dimensional most prominent is the dimension of the communication functions while the dimensions of the human relations skills be the lowest dimension; (c) the condition of the empirical school culture in the high category, the dimensions of the most prominent is the norm dimension while the lowest dimension is assuming; (d) the condition of empirical performance of teachers at the high category of the most prominent dimension is the dimension of professional competence while the lowest dimension is the dimension of social competence; and (e) the condition of empirical performance of schools that are in very high category, the dimensions of the most prominent is the dimension of votes while the lowest dimensions are standard dimensions and prasarana.Implikasinya means there are five dimensions that should be developed in school, that the dimensions of consideration in the conduct of school leadership, dimensions human relations skills in school communication, dimensional assumption in school culture, social competence in the performance of teachers and dimensions of facilities and infrstructure in the performance of schools through "model 4 angle rhombus plus". So it can be recommended as follows: (1) the principals always display behavior berorintasi leadership to the dimension of consideration. (2) the principal implementing alternative models (4-angle rhombus plus) in the development of school performance. (3) Department of Education and culture should be the needs of school facilities and infrastructure in accordance SNP.

Topic: Administration and Management in Primary School

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INVOLVING PARENTS MODEL IN IMPLEMENTATION OF CURRICULUM 2013
Rifma

Abstract-The purpose of this study is to develop a model of parent involvement in curriculum implementation 2013. This research includes research and development (R & D). Development is done by following the steps as follows: namely (1) a description of the potential and problems, (2) data collection, (3) the design of the model, (4) FGD, (5) the revised models by researchers, (6) validation of the model, (7) revision of the models by researchers, and (8) the resulting model. The study was conducted in SDIT Insan Kamil Bukittinggi. The informants consist of teachers, principals, foundations and parents. The results showed that: (1) the school has various expectations of parents in order to support the successful implementation of the curriculum, 2013. (2) The learners also have some expectations to the school and parents in supporting their learning success. Based on the findings of the study developed a model parent involvement in curriculum implementation, 2013. The results are packaged in a handbook consisting of Book I. Guidelines for schools in engaging parents and Book II Guidelines for parents to participate in the success of the implementation of the school curriculum in 2013.

Topic: Administration and Management in Primary School

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Challenges in School Based Management: A Case Study in Two Elementary Schools in Cimahi
Aggy Elbina Febianti, Norman Sani

School-based management becomes a positive trend in Indonesia recently, especially in Elementary Schools. It has been implemented to increase the quality of education in schools. Since School-based Management involves many people who directly and/or indirectly involved in the process of education in that particular school, it faces some challenges in its implementation. This article describes the challenges faced by the schools. The case-study underwent in two months at two schools in W.R. Supratman Cluster in Cimahi. The results of the research revealed the challenges: (1) the lack of involvement of students’ parents in school committee , (2) among parents, there was no one who had the willingness to become the staff of the school committee, (3) there was still a great influence of the Principal in decision-making, (4) there was still lack of awareness of the society towards the education process in those schools.

Topic: Administration and Management in Primary School

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THE MANAGEMENT OF PRIMARY SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICES IN SUKABUMI CITY (Case Study at SDN Surya Kencana CBM, SDN Dewi Sartika CBM, and SDN Sukasirna)
Researcher : Anna Susana (Prof.Dr. Djaman Satori, MA; Prof. Dr. Abdul Azis, MA; Dr. Danny Meirawan, M.Pd)

THE MANAGEMENT OF PRIMARY SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICES IN SUKABUMI CITY
(Case Study at SDN Surya Kencana CBM, SDN Dewi Sartika CBM,
and SDN Sukasirna)

Researcher : Anna Susana
(Prof.Dr. Djaman Satori, MA; Prof. Dr. Abdul Azis, MA;
Dr. Danny Meirawan, M.Pd)

ABSTRACT
Generally, children, from the age of six to twelve years old, spend most of their active time in school. School should be able to ensure the availability of facilities, services and healthy environment for children to grow and develop optimally so as to achieve the highest learning achievements. The lack of school health services performance in Indonesia is now the basis formula for research question about how the school health management in primary schools. The study used a qualitative approach with case study design in Sukabumi elementary school. Research result, in general, demonstrates that health services for primary school students in Sukabumi City have been well implemented due to the consistency of the Regional Government in implementing the policy, both organizationally and operationally in the schools. The success of health services administration for students, in support of students achievements, in the primary schools highly depends on the management process developed in the schools. The use of information system in the management of students school health services helps in controlling data on students health, reporting the data, and making decisions for the follow-up actions of students health services in schools. Based on the results, as an alternative to improve the performance of school health services management, the researcher recommends a hypothetical model of health service for primary school students.

Topic: Administration and Management in Primary School

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Pupil Management with Integrating Balancing Competitive and Solidarity Value to Improve Competitive and Solidarity Charahter in the Demographic Bonus Era
Ali Imron

The aim rearch are developing model pupil management with integrating balancing competitive-solidarity value to improve student competitive and solidarity charahter in the bonus domographic era. The research methode are mixing and research and development (R&D). The population of research are principal, teacher and student at scondary school at East Java, with purpossive sampling tecknic. Quantitatif data gathering with closed quessioner, and qualitative data gathering with open quessioner, interview and observation. Quantitative data analysis with descriptive statistic tendenncy central tecknic; and qualitative data analysis with interactive process by Miles and Huberman. The research result are: (a) integrating competitive value in pupil management improve student competitive character, (2) integrating solidarity value in pupil management improve student solidarity character, (3) integrating balancing competitive-solidarity value in pupil management improve student balancing competitive and solidarity character, (4) the model pupil management integrating balancing competitive-solidarity value can improve competitive and social-solidarity student at schondary school.

Topic: Administration and Management in Secondary School

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ENHANCING COMPETITIVENESS THROUGH PRIVATE HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION SERVICE MARKETING STRATEGIES IN BANDUNG (A Case Study in SMA Plus Mutahhari, SMA and SMA Darul Hikam PGII-1 Bandung)
Ine Rahayu Purnamaningsih, Udin Syaefudin Saud

Marketing education is an attempt to communicate and promote the goals, values, products of educational institutions to meet and satisfy the needs of consumers in this case education of learners and stakeholders by providing maximum service. Given the number of schools that have sprung up as well as the increasingly fierce competition among schools to attract students, make the school should consider how an effective marketing strategy. The purpose of this study was to describe the determination of the education market segmentation, target market education, the establishment of the position of the education market, creating competitiveness schools, and educational services marketing impact in improving the competitiveness of the utu education in high school. The study was conducted with a qualitative approach with case study method, the process of data collection is done through in-depth interviews and documentation study. Sampling was done by purposive and snowball. Researcher role as a key instrument, the research subjects were the principal, assistant principal, teachers, staff and parents. The data used is information that research subjects and documents relating to the marketing of education, educational quality and competitiveness of the school. To collect the relevant data to answer the research focus, using the techniques of interview, observation and document analysis. Phase analysis of the data include: (1) data reduction, (2) encoding, (3) presentation of data, and (4) verify the data. Checking the validity of the data using an extension of participation, persistence observation and triangulation. The research findings show that the segmentation and market position in the application of the marketing mix of education did not have significant differences. Selection of the market has not fully indicated on the attributes that are formulated based on the uniqueness of the service developed school. Conception of competition between schools is not yet fully prepared based conception of competition based social marketing that aims to make the competition as a means to show the uniqueness of the service quality education and as a result of innovation nilai.Implikasinya Schools must offer a unique value proposition in the segment that was created through different ways and values. The recommendations are the decision makers in schools should optimize the support activities in order to create value that can encourage the growth of emerging market segmentation. Schools positioning itself as a partner with a competitor in a position to realize segmentation, targeting and uniquely different position and competitiveness. School formulating value creation activity begins with proper conception of competitiveness, marketing, segmentation, positioning and targeting. And conducted research with a focus on segmentation, targeting and positioning in the wider school group.

Topic: Administration and Management in Secondary School

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PRESERVE THE SPIRIT OF SCHOOL BASED MANAGEMENT IN INDONESIA
Hadiyanto

Law Number 20 Year 2003 on National Education System mandates that education in Indonesia is conducted with the principles of school-based management. The rule of law is strengthened with derivatives regulation which introduced autonomous education.

In practice, education provision which authorizes the educational unit are still experiencing problems, such as the tendency of local governments that do not support and do not provide the opportunity for principals to manage schools with the right principles of school-based management.

In an effort to maintain the mandate of the laws and regulations, the Central Government introduce some programs, whether carried out with the cooperation with foreign donors and those that use state budget, such as: 1) Decentralized Basic Education Programme (DBEP), 2) Regional Education Development and Improvement Program ( REDIP), 3) Based Quality Improvement Management School (MPMBS), and 4) School-Based Quality Improvement Program (PPMBS);

However, after piloting the program is finished, the sustainability of the program generally does not occur, so that once the program is completed then also no further activities that forwarded by the local government.

Topic: Administration and Management in Secondary School

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DEVELOPING A MODEL OF EDUCATIONAL CHARACTER MANAGEMENT FOR ETHOS REINFORCEMENT TRANFORMATION STUDENTS OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL IN GORONTALO PROVINCE
Abdul Kadim Masaon

The transformation of the ethos be one of the solutions to the various problems faced by teenagers/students. Some serious concerns with issues that /students have to deal with today are: spiritual decline, decrease self-esteem, drug/alcohol abuse, erosion of national pride/identity and violence in school. This phenomenon arose because the appropriate education is more focused on strengthening the intellectual intelligence without integrated with the strengthening of spiritual intelligence and emotional intelligence. Its impact is the institutions only generate output intelligent intellectual education but missing the nature of honest and the weakening of morality. In addition, humanistic values, manners and ethics appropriate neglected so damage of life and missing the character values that should uphold high. Lickona (1991) refer to this condition as the moral decline that spawned selfishness as a human lifestyle. These facts indicate that the institution is less effective in realizing the purpose of education as mandated Constitution i.e. embodies the human resources who believe and devoted to one God, noble character, honest, intelligent, independent, creative and ethnic work i.e. embodies the human resources who believe and devoted to one God, noble character, honest, intelligent, independent, creative and ethnic work. This failure which caused the occurrence of attrition of characters so require the occurrence process of transformation of the ethos in the school.
The process of transformation of the ethos in the school would work effectively if the principals of education to understand the urgency of intelligence as a whole which includes cortex cerebri, system limbic and lobus temporal. Cortex cerebri function set the intellectual intelligence, the limbic system function set the emotional intelligence and the temporal lobe function set spiritual intelligence. Third, this intelligence can function simultaneously and can also function independently so the impact on the character and behavior of students affordable. Goleman (1995) research concluded the highest intellectual intelligence contribution towards achievement of a person is 20% while 80% is determined by other factors. Zohar (2000) affirm the highest spiritual intelligence is intelligence and serves as a mediator between intellectual intelligence and emotional intelligence.
The school is an institution of the most strategic in character development of students who are essentially contained in the strategic plan of the school. Currently most schools only runs partially character education that is integrative with subjects so that the results are less effective. Character education should be administered systemically and become an integral part of the culture of the school in order to be successful with effective. The principal and teachers of the architecture is the future in doing the transformation of the students ethos so the golden generation manifest for 100th independence of the Republic of Indonesia in 2045. To that end, management of character education should be the starting point of the school in carrying out the transformation of multiple intelligence-based student ethos. This Research aim to produce educational management model character for the strengthening transformation of multiple intelligence-based ethos that can be a practical guide for schools.

Topic: Administration and Management in Secondary School

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Headmaster Leadership,organizational commitment,school climate,teacher performance and academic service quality of school
Dedi Sutardi (*a), Aan Komariah (b), Djaman Satori (c)

The purpose of this study is to investigate the influence of headmaster leadership, organizational commitment, school climate, and teachers performance, toward academic service quality of school. The method that is used in this study is Explanatory Survey Method by using data analysis technique of path analysis model. Data collection is obtained from questionnaire ordinal scale the total of respondents are 370 public junior high school teachers in Bandung Raya. The results of this study show that : (1) headmaster leadership and organizational commitment have influence on academic service quality; (2) headmaster leadership and school climate have influence on academic service quality; (3) headmaster leadership and teacher performance have influence on academic service quality; (4) headmaster leadership, organizational commitment and teacher performance have influence on academic service quality; (5) headmaster leadership, school climate, and teacher performance have influence on academic service quality. For increasing academic service quality of public junior high school in Bandung Raya, it is recommended that headmaster role is more optimal on supporting elements of increasing service quality, such as organizational commitment, school climate, and teacher performance.

Topic: Administration and Management in Secondary School

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The Determinant Factors of Teacher’s Absence
Udik Budi Wibowo

The kinds of absenteeism like absent, late attendance, return home early, or leave school when teaching time are still happened in the school. Based on such conditions, the purpose of this study is to measure the influence of academic culture, incentive, and commitment to the teacher absence.
The study was survey research whith population was 1.484 teachers who teach at Junior Secondary School in Bantul Regency. Sample were chosen using proportional random sampling technique based on school accreditation, and used the degree of error of 5%; so got 283 teachers. The collecting data used rating scale questioner that has product moment corelation and part whole corelation as empiric validity test. The research also used Alpha Cronbach Formula as reliability test. Data analysis techniques was path analysis.
The results show that (1) academic culture has positive and significant impact toward teacher commitment, (2) incentive do not has impact toward teacher commitment, (3) incentive has positive and significant impact toward teacher absence, (4) academic culture has significant negative impact toward teacher absence, and (6) commitment has significant negative impact toward teacher absence. So, teacher’s absence is more on cultural problem; and it recomend to build working mechanism which could change teacher’s absence behavior and attitude

Topic: Administration and Management in Secondary School

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Developing The Capacity of School Management to Build Vision and Mission
Dwi Sukaningtyas as 1st Author, Djam’an Satori as 2nd Author, Udin Syaefudin Sa’ud as 3rd Author

In many schools, the vision mission just "exist" and not become a guideline especially coloring implementation of education. the school just execute school routine without knowing the meaning of implementation. This is unfortunate, because the vision and mission is a unique destination that covers the activity and can be utilized as the power of quality of the service organization. How is the capacity of school management in developing the vision and mission? The goal of the research is to describe and analyze the capacity of school management in developing the vision and mission. This study used a qualitative approach with case studies. Data collection methods used are interviews, observation, and study of the document/artifact. The validity of the data is done with credibility, transferability, dependability, and confirmability. The results shows that schools that establish vision and mission based on values more noble founders have a strong base for development.

Topic: Administration and Management in Secondary School

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THE DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT IN SECONDARY SCHOOL BASED PESANTREN
NUROCHIM

This article attempts to examine the implementation of educational management in Junior High School (SMP)based pesantren, with a locus of Junior High School Based Pesantren located in Jakarta. In this analysis, the author uses a qualitative-phenomenological approach in which the data is based on the model of Miles and Huberman by interpreting the data interactively and continouesly. This research found that the development of education management in SMP Based Pesantren is the implementation of its integrates pesantren cultures into educational management and teaching-learning process. This integration can creates human resourches who knowledge and piety.

Topic: Administration and Management in Secondary School

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Effectiveness Study of Performance Appraisal in the Junior High School of Education Department of West Bandung regency in 2014
Sururi

Research conducted by Nancy Catano and James H. Stronge (2006) on the conformity assessment principals with performance standards. Research conducted by Haim Gaziel (2008) concerning the performance of the principal indicating that the respondent (the inspectors) have different perceptions of the principal purposes of assessment, process, usefulness and effectiveness, which corroborate studies conducted in other countries. While most supervisors believe that the performance appraisal process greatly assist the principal, but many also from the principal stating that the vote was a waste of time.
The impression exists that the performance appraisal conducted impressed is a "formality" to implement the rules regardless of the substance of the performance itself. Therefore, a study of the effectiveness of performance appraisal principal is a very important thing to do, so that assessment given really measure the performance required as a leader in the school. The purpose of this study is (1) to analyze the performance assessment instrumentation principal, (2) analyzing the effectiveness of the principal performance appraisal content, (3) mendeskripskan benefits of performance appraisal results principals. This study uses qualitative descriptive case studies. findings indicate (1) the instruments used actually has not been fully able to see the full for the development of schools, professional development of principals and improving the quality of national education standards kdelapan. (2) Context / Content instruments used quite effectively in terms of relevance, sensitivity, Reliability, Akseptability and Prakticality. (3) the benefits can clarify the duties of school principals and can support managements decision-making. But the impact of this assessment can not yet be felt significantly by the principal. Finally, the performance appraisal principals are still considered "activities formality".

Topic: Administration and Management in Secondary School

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Influence of Principal Leadership, School Climate, Job Satisfaction, and Work Commitment on Teachers’ Performance at Accredited “A” Private Junior High School in Bandung City
Eti Hariyati, Udin S. Saud, Sumarto, Aan Komariah

This paper analyzes the teacher’s performance at accredited “A” private Junior High School (JHS) in Bandung City that is influenced by internal and external factors: principal leadership, school climate, job satisfaction, and work commitment. Lack of teacher performance is characterized by a decrease in the number of the accreditation status of the schools from 2012 to 2014. In order to maintain the performance of teachers, the synergy of these factors is needed. This study is a descriptive-explanatory, with a quantitative approach and survey method. Data from 44 schools were analyzed using path analysis, with 296 teachers and 44 principals as respondents. The findings of this study are that all factors have contributed significantly to the teachers’ performance and that principal leadership is a key factor that will determine the teachers’ performance.

Topic: Administration and Management in Secondary School

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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION IN THE MANAGEMENT OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL (SMP)
Risbon Sianturi

The enhancement in the quality of education in Indonesia becomes one of the policies to reach national development that organized with planned, regular, directional, and sustainable. Every effort to it has to do like: the improvement of curriculum, the improvement of teacher professionalism, mean and infrastructure availability that adequate to fulfill the requirement of technical education, include the development of administration and the management of education organizer in thorough.

In this case the function of administration and education management is a tool for integrated all of part resource to reach the goal of education in the certain context. It means that the fields managed have the specificities of the different management in the other field like: human resources, learning resources, and facilities resources and all of the cost which are closely related with the achievement of educational goals activities.

Relating to educational institutions like junior high school (SMP) which is the institutional framework, educational administration plays a role in the school organization management to achieve the educational goal of the school. Educational administration here can be reviewed in three levels: institution level, managerial level, and technical level. In every levels the organize of the educational administration will take a place effectively if the school has strategic plan with clear direction and clear goal by every shool personels; school implement the school based management that showed by autonomy, partnership, participation, teamwork, responsibility, openness, flexibility, accountability, and continuity; school leader supervise by planned and periodically accordance with applicable regulation; and headmaster apply leadership that was open and delegating task well.

Topic: Administration and Management in Secondary School

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instructional leadership, professional learning community to competency and the result of effectivity learning
putri anggraeni

garuh kepemimpinan instruksional dan Profesional learning communities terhadap produktivitas kerja dengan productive counter behaviour
sebagai moderating
( studi pada Guru madrasah di Bandung Raya)

abstract

Tujuan penelitian adalah menganalisis produktivitas guru madrasah yang dipengaruhi oleh kepemimpinan instruksional dan Profesional learning communities dengan counter behaviour productive sebagai moderating. Metode penelitian yang digunakan yaitu deskriptif analytik dengan sampel guru di lingkungan madrasah aliyah se Bandung raya. Alat analisis menggunakan SEM
Hasil penelitian menunjukan counter behaviour productive yang diindikasikan dengan penyalahgunaan waktu dan umber daya memperlemah aktivitas untuk mempengaruhi, menginspirasi , dan mendorong guru untuk mengembangkan dan meningkatkan
fungsi program pengajaran dan pembelajaran secara optimal. Kepemimpinan dan PLC mempengaruhi produktivitas guru dalam menjalankan tugas fungsionalnya

kata kunci: kepemiminan instruksional, PLC produktivitas,

Topic: Administration and Management in Secondary School

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Resource Acquisition In Providing Free Education For Street Children
Titim Eliawati*

There is a need for a flexible education management system yet stable, providing special education services also offer space for street children to adjust the changes of street life to the sedentary life, have a new family and school. School Master has many achievements concerning the interests of street children in acquiring education as high. The purpose of this study was to understand the resources in the acquisition made by the School Master in providing free education for street children. This is a qualitative research with case study method, which was held at the School Master, Depok City, West Java. The study found that: first, school leader has an experience that is almost the same as street children, which led a very strong internal motivation and encouraged the leader to help the street children; second, to identify the resources of the requirement at the Master School both short-term and long-term needs emphasized the need to be able to survive either individually of learners and volunteers as well as institutionally in implementing free education for street children; third, friendship is a symbiotic mutualism that is built by sincerity as the main strategy of the School Master in obtaining resources. Network development beginning of interpersonal relationships which later grew into the form of collaboration between the school community and its volunteers; fourth, School leaders dominate the resource acquisition planning phase to gain financial resources, real resources, and volunteers; fifth, real resources and funds acquisition come from outside the school. Otherwise, human resources can be recruited internally (alumni).

Topic: Administration and Management in Special Education

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Examining student teachers’ perception and experience towards professional practice through supervision by supervisors
Yusop Hj. Malie

Professional practice is to test some of the main activities of teaching skills in the classroom and in providing professional teachers in any country. This study examined the perceptions and experiences of student teachers towards the lecturer and school teacher as supervisor during professional practice. The data collected in this study is 34 final year students majoring in special education: 12 were males and 22 females and the instrument used was a questionnaire. The findings showed that student teachers have a positive perception of professional practice by the supervisor. Accordingly, student teachers recognize the concept of professional practice is very important for the improvement of teaching skills. It was therefore concluded that, there is a need for strengthening the teaching practice supervision exercise and specifically the collaboration between institution teaching practice supervisor and the school teacher as a host institutions should be improved so as to minimize the challenges emanating from miscommunication during the teaching practice exercise.

Topic: Administration and Management in Special Education

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School Academic Management System
Rizky Kesuma Rahman, Johar Permana, Munir

Abstract—This study examines the effectiveness of academic management system at Vocational High Schools (VHS) in Bandung City. The effectiveness of academic management system can be determined by the information system used by schools (hardware) and academic management procedures. This study aims to identify and analyze the description of the
information system, academic management procedures, and the effectiveness of the schools academic management systems, and
measure the influence of Information Systems and the Academic Management Procedures on the Effectiveness of Academic Management System in VHS in Bandung. Descriptive analysis showed that Information Systems (Hardware), at VHS in Bandung are in the adequate category. Academic management procedures are in the well performing category, while the school’s academic management system cannot be said to be effective. Good and realistic planning and implementation phases will be more successful and benefit rather than an irrational planning that is difficult to implement due to lack of resources,especially human resources.

Topic: Administration and Management in Vocational School

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EFFECTIVENESS OF VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL (Study on the Impact of Principal Leadership, School Climate, Community Participation, Teachers Teaching Performance on the Effectiveness of Vocational High School in West Java)
Heni Mulyani

The problem examined in this research is about the effectiveness of vocational high school. The main focus is on the factors influencing the effectiveness of school, including the principal leadership, school climate, community participation, and the teachers teaching performance. Based on the background, the problem statement in this research is whether the relational structure among variables that affect directly or indirectly on the effectiveness of the Vocational High School in West Java, which consists of Principal leadership, school climate, community participation, and teachers teaching performance are supported by empirical facts.
The method of this research is Explanatory Survey Method. Data are collected using the 5-scale questionnaire of Multiple Rating List Scale. The research sample is 210 of Vocational High School, drawn proportionally from 422 Vocational High School in West Java. Structure Equation Models are utilized to analyze the data.
In general, the results of this research show that the relational structure among variables that affect the effectiveness of vocational high school in West Java are supported by empirical fact. It means that based on the all paths of exogenous variables that consist of principal leadership, school climate, community participation, and the teachers teaching performance on the effectiveness of Vocational High School, as an endogenous variable is significant. Specifically, the result of this research shows that: (1) the principal leadership of Vocational High School in West Java province is in the high category, as well as climate of Vocational High School in West Java at the high category. While variable community participation in middle category. Variable teachers teaching performance of Vocational High School in West Java at the high category. (2) Principals leadership has a significant impact on the school climate. (3) Principal Leadership has a significant impact on Community Participation. (3) School Climate directly had the most dominant influence on teachers teaching performance, followed by community participation and principals leadership. (4) Principals leadership, School Climate, Community Participation, Teachers Teaching Performance significantly impact on the effectiveness of the School.
Based on the results, the school should be encourage and enhance community participation by identifying the needs of the community towards the school and identify what can be done by the schools to meet these needs, giving rise to the satisfaction of the community, with the creation of such satisfaction, the school can meet the need for community participation in the school. In addition, school partnerships with business and industry institutions can be improved through optimization of the role of the school committee, the juridical basis of formal clear and unequivocal organize school partnerships with business and industry institutions, and is based on a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between the school and the business and industry institutions in established partnerships.

Topic: Administration and Management in Vocational School

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THE EFFECT OF SELF-LEARNING TEACHER ON WORK CULTURE
Debora

The objetive of the research was to investigate the effect of Self-Learning teacher on Work Culture . Method of research was a quantitative with Survey toward 74 teachers samples on vocation school teacher in Palangka Raya city of central Kalimantan state. The data were collected through participant observation using questioner with five options and following the Likert’s Scale 1-5. The analysis method of research used path analysis method. The results of the research indicated a affect directly and positively of Self-Learning teacher on work culture.

Topic: Administration and Management in Vocational School

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SCHOOL PRINCIPAL’S ENTREPRENEURSHIP COMPETENCE FOR SUPPORTING DEVELOPING INCOME GENERATING PRODUCTION UNITS IN PUBLIC VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS
SITTI ROSKINA MAS & ARIFIN SUKING

School principal is a strategic position and a main key in developing schools’ innovation. One of the main competence that has to be a principal requirement is entrepreneurship competence. Therefore, the school principals have to be a good entrepreneurship competence to manage production units for developing school income generating. The objectives of the research were (1) to identify and analyze entrepreneurship competence of school principal, and (2) identify and find out supported and obstacle entrepreneurship competence of school principals. The research used mixed methods (qauntitative and qualitative). The subejcts of the research are all principals of public vocational schools in Gorontalo Province that consist 41 persons. Types of data were (1) entrepreneurship competence of school principals that comsist of (a) potencial creatifity, (b) instinctive entrepreneurship, (c) work motivation, (d) finding solution, and (e) work hard; and (2) supported and obstacle factors the school principals in managing production units. Data were collected by using questionnaire, interview, and documents. Data were analyzed quantitatively and qualitatively. The research findings show (1) entrepreneurship competency of school principals (a) have good category of potencial creativity, (b) have good category of instinctive creativity, (c) have good work motivation category, (d) have good category of finding solution, (e) have good work hard category; and (2) supported factors were (a) productive teacher involvement, (b) the goverment commitment to facilitate financial and facilities, and obstacle factors were (a) there were not available human resources for unit production specifically, (b) the impact of pro community education policy, (c) limited financial, (d) uncontinued program, (e) have a limited land, and (e) marketing.

Topic: Administration and Management in Vocational School

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BEYOND VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL AND CORPORATES COOPERATION: A SOCIAL EXCHANGE PERSPECTIVE IN EDUCATION
Nunuk Hariyati, M.Pd (a*), Prof. H. Ahmad Sonhadji, K.H, Ph.D (b), Prof. Dr. H. Ali Imron, M.Si., M.Pd. (c), Dr. H. Imron Arifin, M.Pd (d)

Most of social life involves interaction between individuals and group, included school and individuals or corporate actors, can be viewed as social exchange. It is assumed as Social Exchange Theory. This study focused on three Vocational High Schools which have good records with some big corporates in Mojokerto: SMK Negeri 1 Mojokerto, SMK Taman Siswa, and SMK PGRI. This study shows us social behavior of vocational school and corporate in reinforcing each other’s behavior to accomplish their goals. Reward and cost play a key role in social relation moreover in the forms of organization social behavior. In this context Vocational High Schools have bargaining power that causes the relation between two parties can be tangible or intangible, and more or less rewarding or costly. Both cost and reward determine whether the social relation will be continued or not.

Topic: Administration and Management in Vocational School

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CLOSE THE GAP: STRATEGIC PLANNING OF VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL TO ADDRESS MISMATCHES OF WORKFORCE’S PROFILE AND LABOUR MARKET DEMAND (Multicases Study In SMK Negeri 1 Mojokerto, SMK Taman Siswa, and SMK PGRI)
Nunuk Hariyati, M.Pd (a*), Prof. H. Ahmad Sonhadji, K.H, Ph.D (b), Prof. Dr. H. Ali Imron, M.Si., M.Pd. (c), Dr. H. Imron Arifin, M.Pd (d)

Indonesian workforce’s profile does not appear to have evolved in line with the demands of the labour market. It makes vocational education are more crucial to address potential skill mismatches. This study shows the strategic planning of some Vocational High Schools in Mojokerto in increasing their graduates competencies and competitiveness. SMK Negeri 1 Mojokerto, SMK Taman Siswa, and SMK PGRI have been emphasizing the competencies profile and their relevances to raise their standards through education and training system. It helps graduates to grow their employment performances. Relevances of graduates profile and labour market improve employability and participation in vocational education.

Topic: Administration and Management in Vocational School

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Factors influence public sectors accounting interests studensts of vocational Program University of Indonesia in selecting professions
Marsdenia

This empirical study aims is to investigate factors influence public sectors accounting interests students at Accounting department of vocational Program University of Indonesia in selecting professions after graduating. Motivation of study is to know the main reason for many graduated students of public sector accounting which is still working in accounting firms instead of focus in area of public accounting sectors wheather in private public sector or governmental public sector. Contribution of this study is to give direction to sudents to study in line with their professions in the future, so the vocational school education can give sufficient benefit for them. Method of the research is quantitative approach by using regression equation with multivariate variables, and in the model of research there are some independent variables and the results of this study there are some variables influenced and some are not influenced the decision of the current students in choosing their future profession.

Topic: Administration and Management in Vocational School

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Strategic framework of human resources development to increase performance for Internal customers (Study at vocational high school in West Java)
Tatan Jaka Tresnajaya (*a) Tia Novianty (b)

Services Performance to internal customers have not been a school’s attention. Services to internal customers is not priority. Quality services in vocational education for external customer is not optimal . This study aims at identifying the development of HRD framework strategic to increase performance services for Internal customers.
The study applies an inferential descriptive method of survey type. Research populations spread out in the Province of West java. The results showed that teachers and staff received less attention. According to framework strategy, the primary focus in vocational school is internal customers fulfillment by improving the competence and fundamental individual values by system to commit for education value.

Topic: Administration and Management in Vocational School

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Partnership Management Model Vocational High School with DUDI
Dr. Lantip Diat Prasojo

Abstract
Partnership management model Vacational High School with DUDI is a unified system of management partnerships related to the five main things in theory. The five main points are 1) renewal of vocational school in order to improve the quality of education, 2) the management system of the 21st century which includes artifacts characteristics of modern management, 3) management system CMS within the framework of the concept of the balanced scorecard, 4) management system CMS in framework of good governance, and 5) vocational adaptive management system with the development of ICT. Religious values and cultural nation of Indonesia becomes an important character in the model Vacational High School menajamen Partnership with DUDI so that implementation in accordance with the circumstances and character of the Indonesian nation.

Topic: Administration and Management in Vocational School

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Training Of Electronic Archieving (E-Archives) Based On Information And Communication Technology (ICT) As A Conservation Effort (Paperless) For Administration Offices MPGP Teacher In Semarang City
Agung Kuswantoro

Archives are authentic information resources and information services to the public so archive management in an organization should be systematic and effective. Archive management is usually manual which public cannot easily access the archives. Thus; it needs archive management based on information and communication technology.
As we know that the archives learning at vocational high schools is only manual archive management from writing the archive identity to the agenda book, expedition book, control card and archive lending card. Therefore; it needs the more practical, effective and efficient archive management; one of the ways is e-archive system based on Microsoft Access. Database which is given at the community service is the database which is needed at archive storing system; including at agenda book, expedition book, control card, and archive lending card.
It is concluded that office administration education teachers should implement e-archive concept theoretically and practically using computer through Microsoft Access from opening, operating the menu of archive and applying e-archive in the program.
Thus, it is suggested for the administration education teachers in Semarang to improve the skills of operating the computer, especially Microsoft Access because e-archive has close relationship with the program.

Topic: Administration and Management in Vocational School

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LEARNING LEADERSHIP ROLE IN FUNDING EDUCATION IN THE ERA OF REGIONAL AUTONOMY
Dedy Achmad Kurniady

In the era of regional autonomy, financing of education is not only the responsibility of the central government, but rather a shared responsibility between government, local government, and society. In school operational costs are higher. Educational institutions should be more independent, creative and innovative in exploring and allocate various resources and sources of funding for education funding. But unfortunately with the implementation of regional autonomy and school autonomy, the school has not had a fundamental change of orientation of education funding. Financing at state schools still rely on funding from government and private schools put more emphasis on the financing of the parents. Cost is one of the three most important things in addition to the facility and time management. The focus of educational leaders in general, and principals in particular, have to learn the students. Because the primary mission of the school to focus on teaching and learning, and for school effectiveness is often measured by academic achievement. To realize the above, it takes no small amount of learning where the role of leadership in managing and arranging the financing of education. instructional leadership is not only required to be able to pay attention to students learning outcomes but should also be able to create a strategy in order to fund the necessary learning are met.

Topic: Economic and Finance in Education

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A MODEL OF FINANCING MANAGEMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RESULTS OF RESEARCH AT THE GOVERNMENT AGENCIES THAT IMPLEMENT FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PUBLIC SERVICE AGENCY (PK-BLU)
MOHAMMAD SOFWAN EFFENDI

Three major problems facing Indonesian research are the research allocation budget is inadequate, research productivity is low, and the utilization of research results that have not been fullest development in Indonesia. The third problem is triggered by the current research financing mechanisms which follow the cycle of budget revenues and expenditures of the state (State Budget) and annual accounting system of the Government, so that less supports the realization of effective management and financing of research and utilization of research results to its full potential in the development of Indonesia. This research aims to develop a model of financing management and implementation of the results of research that can be applied across government agencies that implement financial management Public Service Agency (PK-BLU). Research was done at Universitas Sebelas Maret (UNS), Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI), Balai Pengkajian Teknologi Polimer (BPTP), and Lembaga Pengelola Dana Pendidikan (LPDP). The results showed has not been as effective financing mechanism and cooperation mechanism for technology transfer and commercialization of research results related to: 1) standards and selection criteria the research proposal; 2 special fees’ standards in research activities; 3 research cooperation pattern); 4) monitoring and evaluation of research patterns; 5) pattern of collaboration technology transfer of research results; 6) standard management and commercialisation of research results technical requirements; and 7) tariff services and royalties as the impact of the commercialization of research results.

Topic: Economic and Finance in Education

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Would we do for Indonesia?
M. Sofwan Effendi

Education Fund Management Institution (LPDP) was established to address issues of financial management which had been following the scheme of the budget revenue and expenditure. With the status of public service agencies, financial management cycle LPDP offering a more flexible, so it can be more timely in financial management. In accordance with the mandate which it aspires, LPDP manage services scholarships, research funding, and the rehabilitation of educational facilities.
For four years running the service function, LPDP able to provide the best solution for the continuation of funding scholarships at master and doctoral level within and outside the country, including medical program specalist. Likewise, research funding program and the rehabilitation of educational facilities to run more optimally, due to time appropriate funding targets and execution time of programs. Based on customer surveys and service users LPDP program, during the last 2 years was able to obtain a value of 4.05 of a scale of 5 for service satisfaction program, while national and international audit opinion for the last 3 years managed to maintain an unqualified opinion.
Effectiveness of LPDP service program will have an impact on: 1) an increase in human resources Indonesia-based academic and professional; 2) strengthening the domestic industry based on the results of technological research; and improvement of national competitiveness in the global arena

Topic: Economic and Finance in Education

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UNIT COST MANAGEMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION (Case Study On Determination Unit Costs At Bandung Institute Of Technology, Bogor Agricultural University, And Indonesia University Of Education)
1. Asep Kurniawan, S.Pd.,M.Pd., 2. Prof. Dr. Hj. Tjutju Yuniarsih, M.Pd., 3. Prof. Dr. Sumarto, MSIE.

In this research analysis how management unit costs in higher education. Universities that made the object of research is the ITB, IPB UPI and public universities as a legal entity. Basically, every college has a standard component in the calculation of the cost of formulating educational units will be determined based on the needs of each business unit in a university. Source of funding comes from two types of government and non-government. The organizational structure and leadership roles has the authority and specific policies in determining the success of an organization or college by utilizing existing resources. There are limitations and based on comparison of sources of funds needed to existing funds makes it less maximum funding of higher education activities. In the budget there are many components that need to be formulated based on the type and priority needs. In the implementation of the budget is basically to note that in the college financing process must deliver transparent and accountable manner. The impact of the budget provides increased productivity educational assessment

Topic: Economic and Finance in Education

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43.

Leadership to Planning and Budgeting in Higher Education Studies at Tanjungpura University (UNTAN)
Dr. Yahya, M.Pd. and Prof. Kasman Rukun, M.Pd.

Planning and budgeting is a routine activity of a university to achieve the vision and mission of leadership in the form of annual programs and activities as well as five years. Rector of the University of Tan-jungpura (UNTAN), during the Occupation 2011-2015 has a vision "In 2020 UNTAN will be instititusi preservation and scientific information center of West Kalimantan and childbirth outcomes moral Pancasila and able to compete at both local, national, regional and international.
As an elaboration of the vision and mission UNTAN rector in 2013 has made a policy direction on three pillars, namely (1) Equity and Expanding Access (2). Improving the quality, relevance and competitiveness (3), strengthening governance, accountability and public image. This policy program was elaborated into 12 strategic targets with 46 indicators of the performance of activities with a total cost of Rp. 425 680 326 000.
From the findings showed that: a) The vision and mission of the rector is not reflected fully in the vision and mission of faculties, departments and study programs; b) When compared to the budget absorption UNTAN last five years tended to decline, the year 2010: 95.78%, 2011: 96.18%, 2012: 93.70%, 2013: 94.30%, and 2014 ie: 92.86%. These findings recommend that the leadership of the UNTAN not maximized implement budgetary planning and leadership to support all programs to run properly.

Topic: Economic and Finance in Education

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44.

The Effect of Accounting Profit, Cash Flow Component and Firm Size toward Stock Price
Debbie Christine, Meiza Azura

ABSTRACT


The content of the information from the income statement and cash flow derived from operating activities, investing activities and financing activities will affect investor expectations on the prospects of a company, thus causing investors reacted to purchase or sell shares in order to optimize profits. The purpose of this study was to determine whether the accounting profit, accounting component, and firm size significantly influence stock price.
The method used in this research is the method of causality. The population in this study were some companies LQ 45 listed in the Indonesian Stock Exchange for the period 2010-2014. Sample selection technique used in this research was non probability sampling with purposive sampling method in certain companies. Test analysis used in this research is descriptive statistics, the classic assumption test, panel data regression, and goodness of fit.
The results of this study partially showed that accounting profit significantly effect stock price, cash flow from operating activities have no significant effect on stock price, cash flow from investing activities no significant effect on stock price, cash flow from financing activities significantly effect stock price, firm size significantly effect stock price. Simultaneously accounting profit, cash flow component, and firm size have a significant effect toward stock price.

Topic: Economic and Finance in Education

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45.

"Overview On Calculation, Cutting, Deposits and Tax Reporting of Income Tax (PPh) Article 4 paragraph 2 in Perum Perumnas Regional IV Bandung"
Dyah Purnamasari-Rizki Nugraha

ABSTRACT

This Final report is to discuss the "Overview On Calculation, Cutting, Deposits and Tax Reporting of Income Tax (PPh) Article 4 paragraph 2 in Perum Perumnas Regional IV Bandung". In preparation authors conducted observations in Perum Perumnas Regional IV Bandung. The purpose of this final project is to investigate the implementation of calculations, deductions and income tax reporting Article 4 paragraph 2 and to determine the classification and calculation of Income Tax article 4 paragraph 2 in Perum Perumnas Regional IV Bandung.
The method I use in writing and data collection is descriptive analysis method, used to describe or analyze the results of the study but not used to make broader conclusions. Data collection techniques were used that field research with interviews and field studies.
Based on the results of the study authors have done, it can be concluded that in the calculation, cutting, deposit and reporting are in accordance with the Law Number 36 of 2008 concerning Income Tax (PPh) Article 4, paragraph 2. In the implementation of the calculations and deductions Perum Housing Regional IV Bandung in accordance with the basic tariff calculation of Income Tax Article 4 paragraph 2 of Regulation No. 51 Year 2008 on Income Tax of Enterprises Construction Services is to certify small businesses by 2% and certification medium-sized enterprises amounted to 3 % of the amount gross.

Topic: Economic and Finance in Education

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46.

Overview About Revenue Recognation Based on PSAK 23 in Injoynesia Company
Rina Tresnawati

ABSTRACT

In this era of globalization, the development of business in Indonesia are growing, and one of the growing business is a business in the field f apparel products. PT INJOYNESIA is one of the apparel product company which located in Bandung and is main income is selling varities of apparel products. Revenues are components or elements in determining the income statement and the main problem on the application of income accounting when recognizing revenue.
The purpose of research is to determine income recognition conducted by PT. INJOYNESIA under PSAK number 23 of 2012. Final method used is descriptive method and techniques of data collection by field studies and literature. Descriptive method is a method of observation that analyze the picture of the company based on those facts to be analyzed based on the theory that in the end produce a conclusion.
The results of this study indicate the COSMIC CLOTHES applies the method if cash basis as the basic of the income recognition. The income recognition which had been done by COSMIC CLOTHES is not yet suitable with PSAK number 23 of 2012, where the income of COSMIC CLOTHES was recognized when it occurred and produced.

Topic: Economic and Finance in Education

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47.

Strategic financial planning in Malaysias national school: New strategies for education transformation
Norfariza Mohd Radzi

The public national schools of the third millennium have to be given an opportunity to become more autonomous along the lines of the primary financial resources of government fund. The schools should have ownership of the school and its own resources through the commitment and capacity of the school staff and community. This conceptual paper discuss the important concepts in the strategic financial planning of Malaysia’s national schools and the recommendation of new strategies to face the new dimensions of 21st century education. The international trend of decentralized school system should create opportunity for national schools to have greater autonomy in strategically plan for the school financial resources. The concept of strategic financial planning encompassed the important process of school financial analysis, budgeting management, financial accounting and reporting and finding a stable school financial resources for achieving the education goals effectively. To cope with future education transformation, national schools have a clear on school vision and mission establishment, defining financial purposes, school finance organizational structure, role of financial planner and an excellent budget management procedure.

Topic: Economic and Finance in Education

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48.

The Effects of Marketing Mix to Buying Interest and Their Implication toward the Decision of Choosing Private Higher Education ( A Study on Private Higher Education in Priangan Timur (Eastern Parts of West Java))
Oyon Saryono a,1, Nana Darna b,2, Mujaddid Faruk c,3.

The upcoming implementation of ASEAN Economic Community is predicted to generate new trend of competition among educational institutions in Indonesia. The growth of private higher education has significantly increased since the issuance of UU No. 20 of 1999 on Regional government, so It gets a rise of tighter competition among private higher education. To survive, consequently, any private higher education should have competitive outstanding points determined by the right implementation of marketing mix. The objective of this research is to find out the effects of service marketing mix consisting of product, price, place, promotion, people, process and physical evidence to buying interest and their implication toward the decision of buying/ choosing private higher education. The method of research we used in this research was descriptive correlational method by using SEM model, with the help of software AMOS. This research was conducted in Priangan Timur (Eastern parts of West Java).

The result of this research indicates that marketing mix to buying interest has resulted in positive and significant effects; whereas, the effects of buying interest toward the decision of buying also have shown less value; in addition, the direct effects of marketing mix toward buying was positive and significant. The most dominant element of marketing mix concerning buying interest and the decision of buying was the element of human resource and site.

Topic: Economic and Finance in Education

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49.

Cilolohan Edutown Townhouse Financial Feasibility Study using Discounted Cash Flow and Real Option Methods
Dwiki Harnawadi Ahmad

In the city of Tasikmalaya, where the population is around 700 thousand people, with the annual growth rate of 1.4% and a backlog of housing around 6000 houses. Tasikmalaya has the capability and potential to have a real estate development. In 2019, there is a news of a highway project that is going to connect Bandung – Cileunyi – Tasikmalaya.
This research is aimed to assist PT. XYZ to make a feasibility study of the intended project by giving options of alternate numbers and types of unit constructed, and the timing of the project started. The feasibility study is going to be analyzing using DCF analysis, with the criteria of Net Present Value (NPV), Internal Rate of Return (IRR), and Payback Period (PBP). ,- Return of Equity (ROE) and Return of Investment (ROI) and the methods of Real Option of delaying the project as a method to be compared with. These criteria are used as the basis to help PT.XYZ in making the necessary decision. In addition, the research also suggests some strategy to manage risk and to choose the best decision.
The result is that among several options in the study, option 4 (delay) is the most suitable and profitable among other option. This option 4 (delay) composition type of unit is 34 small units and 17 big units, and expected to be built in the year 2019, thus delaying the project 3 years from now. Another recommendation is to fund the project by the help of a loan so that the WACC or discount rate for the project is reduced, thus giving the NPV of IDR 5.326.929.851,-, IRR of 97.8%, and PBP of 0.81 year (9 months 26 days). This result is also supported by the real option analysis using Black-Scholes formulation, in which the call value the option 4 give is 2.381.841.983 which have a higher call value than option 3 (delay).

Topic: Economic and Finance in Education

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50.

Factors Of Internal, External, And Religiosity To Influence Lecture Performance On Hahslm Approach
Roikhan MA

The purpose of this study are: to analyze the equation, influence, contribution, and weight of lectures performance. The population in this study are 40 lecturers in Faculty of Business Economics at the Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University Jakarta. Collecting data in this study was using a questionnaire by August-November 2015. The method of data analysis based on the analysis of validity and reliability with approach of Hahslm theory. Analysis hypotheses used in this study is multiple regression analysis. The result of all the variables are reliable and valid. Conclusion of this study are: first, equation shows relation among variables Y=1,762+0,142X1-0.073X2+1,243X3-0,056X4-0,091X5+0,252X6+e; second, in partially religiosity, motivation, job satisfaction influence the lecture performance but compensation, training, and competency do not influence the lecture performance. Third, all together internal, external, religiosity factors affect the performance of lecturers; fourth, contribution models of these internal, external, and religiosity factors represents value of 0.991 and fifth, the highest weight of all these factors are religiosity factor.

Topic: Economic and Finance in Education

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51.

Education Level good relationships with financing expensive in developing countries
Ari Riswanto, S.Pd., MM.

In developing countries the problem of education is very different to countries that are already role in the category of developed countries. In developing countries the problem that characterizes this country category is an issue that relates directly to humans include economic issues, health and education. On the issue of education is the most likely and obvious in developing countries are related to education finance, which finances education in developing countries is still relatively expensive and far from free education.

Indonesia is one of the developing countries, the problem is not different from other developing countries. Uncertain economy, health has not been up service is also not equitable education for the community. This is why Indonesia became difficult country to developed country. Related to the economic and financial education-related, Indonesia still even become an expensive country if people want education to the fullest. Society must pay quite a lot if his family members want education to higher levels. As with the other countries that have focused attention to the education community through education can bring independent and advanced society.

Topic: Economic and Finance in Education

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52.

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION FINANCING ANALYSIS IN SOME BIG CITIES IN INDONESIA ; AN ETHICS APPROACH
Taufani C. Kurniatun Peri Akbar

The discussion related to the financing of early childhood education/kindergarten is also examining the financing ethics and the related financing aspects. It is becoming important based on the fact that the achievements of ECE GER in Indonesia is still low and the community participation still hold a dominant part in its financing. The phenomenon of a very high price to be paid by parents, especially in urban areas raises the issue of ethics. This paper discusses whether this tendency is ethical, both in terms of the ethical side of the business and social ethics. This research method is using a qualitative approach to explore a number of documents and interviews as well as the use of ethical analysis. The results showed different responses seen from both business ethics and social ethics.

Topic: Economic and Finance in Education

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53.

Evaluation on Financing Collaboration In Improving the Quality of Primary Education in Salatiga
Bambang Ismanto

Financing is one of the investment of resources in education. Source of education funding comes from Government, Local Government and Communities. Basic education is one of the responsibilities regency / city governments in the autonomous region. This study aims to analyze the collaboration of Government, Local Government and Communities in the budget to improve the quality of basic education. Evaluation in this study based on the CIPP method. Technical documentation study data collection, focus group discussions and depth interviews. Source of research data is the accountability report of the Head of the local government Salatiga, Dept. of Education, the Chief Inspectorate and the Regional Development Agency Head stats, Private School Board, Principal and School Committee. Triangulation of data over an extended period of research, data analysis and additional sources of negative research. The results showed that the primary education program in Salatiga based on quality improvement. The gross enrollment rate at primary school level (SD/MI) of about 113.02% and junior high school (SMP/MTs) of about 121.34%. Sources of financing for education based on collaboration from the Government, local authorities and communities. Context financing to support basic education program as the implementation of compulsory education Salatiga. Input basic education funding from the Government (APBN), Local Government (APBD) and Society (parents). The process of managing the financing of education according to the law and regulations on State Finances / region. Collaborative educational financing products to support educational programs quality of basic education.

Topic: Economic and Finance in Education

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54.

The Study of effectiveness of Learning Activity Based Costing (LABC) based on Science Cluster In UKT Policy Context
Abubakar

Learning activity Based Costing is prior only to Activity Based Cost (ABC). But when it applied in learning at Higher Education and implemented in cost unification became LABC. According to research result about teacher education cost policy at teacher education institution indicated that direct cost for academic substance should be more than for indirect cost or managerial substance. Every single department or study program applied ABC model in unification context by DGHE. Teacher institution orients for vocation paradigm with ratio between 70 and 30 percent of cost for learning. It means that theory is less than practice on order student more skillfull. Unfortunately , the cost allocated for public university are differences from teacher institution. so the effectiveness of cost in teacher institution not enough for implementing model and the productivity indexes is low.

Topic: Economic and Finance in Education

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55.

School Health Management in the Elementary School at Kota Sukabumi
anna susana

Research entitled “ School Health Management in the Elementary School at Kota Sukabumi” motivated by a phenomenon that health efforts learners at school is government policy that should be implemented in every school in Indonesia. Still the problems expressed by the government raises questions for researcher on how the school health management for students in schools, especially in primary schools. Research focus is the implementation of health effort for elementary school students to see managements processes undertaken in an effort to support the achievement of student in school. The purpose of the study was to obtain a complete picture of the health management process learners in primary schools that support the achievement of learners optimally. This research method is descriptive method with qualitative approach. The unit of analysis of this study is the social situation in which the management process of learners in school implemented. Research location in Kota Sukabumi, site selection study was to look at “the best practice” of the implementation of school health. The generally results show the implementation of health business for elementary school students in the Kota Sukabumi can be implemented either as a result of the local government consistency of policy implementation both organizationally and operationally implemented in schools. The successful implementation of the health care for learners in school depends on the management process developed at school. In particular the results showed that : 1) implementation of health efforts for the students in school is the implementation of the policy defined by the government centrally; 2) local government have autonomy in setting local policy related to the implementation of school health efforts in line with the health needs of learners in their area; 3) management processes of the health of students in the school is essentially a school health policy implementation operationally in a school environment that is implemented in a integrated manner with the whole school activities; 4) key factors of successful school health management is the principal’s leadership in directing, motivating, mobilizing and taking the right decision and supported by the commitment of the organization of all elements of the school; 5) implementation of health effort learners in schools funded by the government. School has the autority to manage and expoit business funding health of student in the school; 6) use of student health management information systems at the school to help in the process of student health data control, reporting and decision-making to follow the activities of students health in school; 7) the result of the effort of health for students in school looks significantly from student health monitoring periodically, changes in health behavior, increased konwledge about the health and school environment clean dan healthy, all of wich will heave an impact for the improvement of health status and achievement studi abroad participants learners. Based on the results of the research, the as an alternative to improve performance in school health management researcher recommend hypotetical model for elementary school health management.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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56.

TEACHER LEADERSHIP TO FORM STUDENTS’ CHARACTER
Lia Yuliana, M.Pd

Teacher leadership in the learning process cannot be replaced by its development results of high-tech instruments though. Teacher is someone who gets tasks, authorities, responsibilities professionally to educate, teach students to have a moral character and good ethics. Entering the global era of crisis people’s character, the current global developments had a negative impact on the younger generation. Such threats must be overcome in order not to worsen the condition of the nation in forming the character of young people. Teacher as a leader in the classroom has an important role in forming the character of students. Teacher is the very dominant factor and the most important because for students, teacher often used as a role model. Teacher is elements that can affect students in the classroom, so teacher should give a good example orally, actions and attitude since a teacher is a figure in pride by students. In the classroom, forming character education is already integrated in every subject, habituation efforts can be done in the classroom by performing honesty, discipline, tolerance, patriotism, peace keeping, has a caring attitude and responsibility. Habituation is done by the teacher as a leader in the class can build the character of students in a positive way. The character positively obtained by students in the classroom and school environment can also be performed habituation of students in the social environment, for example in the family environment, community environment that will create a young generation of character. Besides in the family, school is a place to form the character of the students as the younger generation to realize the nation’s next character.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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57.

The Influence of Training, Discipline Ability and Motivation to Lecturer Performance at Learning Center PT. POS INDONESIA
Ruhita

The influence of training, discipline, ability and motivation to lecturer perfomance at learning center PT. Pos Indonesia explorers the present condition of PT. Pos Indonesia lecturers who have an impact on the performance of trainers associated with the training, discipline, ability and motivation. This study aims to describe and analyze the influence of the independent variable, namely training, discipline, ability and motivation to the dependent variable is the performance lecturer. The method used in this research is quantitative to descriptive inferential models. The research was conducted at learning center Pos Indonesia. The object of population in this research is the lecturer with amount of 150 people.

The finding of this study resulted in an over all independent variable to dependent variable show the strong related. Authors recommendations on this study is that the lecturers need the obvious career to improve education and training outcomes to the participants by increasing skills training through training programs that more applicable. In improving performance of lecturers by giving awards by providing opportunity to more higher level education.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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58.

SCHOOL PROGRAM EVALUATION ADIWIYATA IN DOMESTIC JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 2 LIMBOTO GORONTALO INDONESIA
Abdul Rahmat and Bahrudin Puyo

The objectives of the study are describes planning the development of school policy matter and cultured environment, the implementation of environment based curriculum, the development of activity based participatory environment and management of means of support environmentally friendly school, and the benefits of the Adiwiyata program in SMP Negeri 2 Limboto Gorontalo.
This study focused on the evaluation of program Adiwiyata implementation in SMP Negeri 2 Limboto Gorontalo which includes: the development of School Care Policy and Cultured Environment, implementation of Curriculum-Based Environment, environmental activities based on participatory development, management of school support facilities that are environmentally friendly, and the benefits of Adiwiyata program implementation.
This program evaluation research uses method with the CIPP model (Context, Input, Process, and Product).The evaluation research is directed at the outcome (product) of Adiwiyata program, but the three other components are also evaluated for all four components have a very close relationship. The data were collected with documentation, interview, and observation and were analyzed with descriptive qualitative method (for data from the evaluation context, input, process and product). Results of the analysis were compared with the success criteria and then taken as foundations to make decisions.
The finding of the study is SMP Negeri 2 Limboto has been programmed sustainable Adiwiyata schools from planning, the implementation until the evaluation accordance with each duties and responsibilities. Therefore the implementation of each program of Adiwiyata needs to be continued and improved.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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59.

The Role of Values-Based Leadership within the Framework of Values Shifting Appearing in Indonesian Education
RITA ANGGOROWATI ritalope11@yahoo.com

Shifting values that appear in the Indonesian education is inevitable. They are due to changes that occur in the life of the nation as a result of the progress and changes in the climates of politics, economics, social, and cultural. The leader position, in facing the existing anomie challenges, plays a very important role. Kuczmarski & Kuczmarski (1995, p. 187) suggests that to eliminate anomie and make full cultural values, a leader needs to establish basic values and behavioral patterns that determine the right mindset. In this paper, two research results, regarding the influence of values-based leadership on the shifting of values in education both philosophically and practically, will be presented. Subjects in both studies above was taken in two different areas; Sumedang regency, West Java and East Halmahera, Maluku. In addition to differences in study subjects, the spans of the research implementation were also different. This part can be seen as the representation of the condition of how values-based leadership providing roles in shifting of values in the Indonesian education. Both studies produce data that show the values-based leadership has proven to bring positive work culture that encourages the advancement of organization (in this case the schools). Primarily, they are determined by personal values of principal as leader.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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60.

THE ROLE OF SCHOOL PRINCIPAL LEADERSHIP IN IMPLEMENTATION OF ADIWIYATA PROGRAM AS THE EFFORT TO SUPPORT SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (Case Study in Adiwiyata School in Banda Aceh)
Mirza Desfandi (a*), Enok Maryani (b), Disman (c)

Adiwiyata program is a program which aimed to create school members who are responsible in the effort to protect and manage school environment through good school governance to support sustainable development. School principal as leader in school should be able to play active and maximal role in the effort to create Adiwiyata School. This study is aimed to find out the role of school principal leadership in implementation of Adiwiyata Program as the effort to support sustainable development. This study used qualitative approach and case study method. Data collection was done in 10 schools in Banda Aceh by involving 10 school principals as respondents. Result of study showed that school principal leadership has very vital role in school success in achieving the aim of Adiwiyata Program. The result of study showed that school principal’s care and commitment to environmental problems has big role toward development and implementation of environmental school policy. Based on this, as initial step to achieve the aim of Adiwiyata Program then school principals should care and have high commitment toward environmental problems and they should become motivator and role model for all school members in order to have eco-friendly attitude and behavior.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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61.

Teacher Leadership: Promoting Reflective Practice Model
Endah Yanuarti; Professor David F. Treagust

This paper focuses on the development of a reflective practice model for secondary teachers because it is related to the context of teacher competence standards in Indonesia. The research used a qualitative interpretive approach to examine the teaching practice of secondary school teachers who were the participants of the study. Classroom observations of participants’ teaching and learning process were videotaped and interviews with teachers were the major data sources. The participants showed various conditions in delivering the lessons with respect to their ability in developing and managing the lesson and the classroom and their roles as a leader in the classroom. Teachers were involved in developing the reflective practice model and lead to their improvement in managing the lesson and classroom. Reflective conversation is one of the important keys in the developed model. Three of eight participants demonstrated the enhancement of their lesson delivery reflecting on their practice. This model has implication for dissemination to teachers in other Indonesian schools in the future.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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62.

REGENERATION MODEL OF LEADERSHIP AT PESANTREN IN BOGOR
Saiful Falah*, Endin Mujahidin*, E. Bahruddin**

Pesantren as Islamic educational institution has contributed much for Indonesia. Since the early story up to now pesantren has been producing graduates with two integrated qualification; having knowledge and morals. The existence of Pesantren can’t be separated from Kiyai who founded it. Kiyai in Pesantren is a central figure who determines policies. Even the fate of Pesantren depends on Kiyai. This Phenomenon makes the dependency of Pesantren to Kiyai is too strong. When Kiyai, the founder of Pesantren passed away, his pesantren declines. This happens either because Kiyai doesn’t have equal successor or he doesn’t train the successor to fit the leadership.
This study aimed to find the exact model of leadership regeneration in Pesantren as a solution to the above problems. In Bogor there are 542 Pesantrens including traditional and modern one. From the amount, 30 Pesantrens which have 200 students or more taken as samples for this study. The sample selection based on the number of students showed the existence of Pesantren. These 30 samples can be model for leadership regeneration in Pesantren.
The approach used in this study is qualitative with inductive data analysis. This study does not start with a hypothesis, but the search for data and facts on the ground. Researcher as research instrument must have the provision of theory and extensive knowledge to question, analyze, photograph and construct social situations object of research. The method used in this research is survey method.
This research concludes that, Kiyai in Pesantren used four models for regeneration; descendent, kinship, organization and caretaker. The majority of kiyais used descendent as the model. The basic values that underpin the regeneration in Pesantren include five things; moral, scientific, worship, managerial and dedication. Morals be a primary basis. Programs that execute consisting of; education and assignments. And the evaluation is done either through a personal and managerial approach.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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63.

Leadership style SMAN 12 Merangin
Ridhwansyah

This research was conducted at SMAN 12 Merangin Jambi province, aims to describe the leadership style of the principal of SMAN 12 Merangin about the factors that led to the subject of leadership, how to develop your leadership style subject. The method used in this research is a case study and subject characteristics is a principal of the school that had the male gender.
According to the research conducted by interview and observation of the obtained leadership styles on the principal of SMAN 12 Merangin is the leadership style executive which has the characteristics provide high spirits to subordinates by example the high moral, retaining others in accordance with the nature of each and looked at the person as a friend important job, to establish a good relationship with new people and view conflict as a natural thing.
Factors that cause the leadership style of the subject as it is the desire of the subject as a leader to give an example to subordinates so that subordinates can replicate what has been the subject of doing, when subordinates have the loyalty of a good performance, then the subject will retain that person according to the nature and abilities of each and so the subject is no longer considered as subordinate but as an important colleague. Besides other factors is subject has extensive knowledge, because currently the subject has completed S2. Having a fair and friendly nature, because the subject does not distinguish subordinate from any angle, has a future orientation and has properties as a teacher.
How to develop a leadership style subject is the subject of encouragement to his subordinates by giving a good example, so that subordinates can see or emulate what has been the subject do, can communicate well although with others and view conflict as a natural thing because wherever dissent inevitable, as well as the subject find a good solution to resolve the disagreement that.


Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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The Influence Vision, Mission, and values Statement on Organizational Performance at Economic Education Program Faculty of Teacher Training and Education
Witarsa

Abstract - Vision and mission statement of economic education courses has been good, but in practice the result is not optimal, especially in the field of research and community service. To realize the vision and mission statement of values is needed as the main priorities in moving and improved organizational performance. The purpose of research is to describe the effect of the statement of vision, mission, and values to organizational performance in economic education program Faculty of Teacher Training and Education Tanjungpura University. The method used is multiple linear regression. The results showed that there is significant influence either partially or simultaneously statement of vision, mission, and values to organizational performance. Vision statement is a variable most dominant influence on the performance of economic education courses.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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Inclusive Education Policy Analysis at Permendiknas Number 70 in 2009
Siraj

The existence of the inclusive education could create a system of moral education for students in order to be able to customize themselves against complex environment where diversity characteristics of the students could bring a new cultural education towards a more modern. The problem is (a) have not been accommodated students in need of special to go and study in regular classes, and (b) the Government of the district/city and province hasnt been able to implement fully in implementing inclusive education, namely the absence of a special supervising teachers and on-site facilities and infrastructure repair. The target of this policy is the admissibility of students in need of special to be able to learn in a regular classroom teacher recruitment, special counselors, as well as the availability of facilities and infrastructure. Policy alternatives offered: (a) published local regulations (Perda) district/city; (b) publish regulation provinces; and (c) change Permendiknas number 70 in 2009 became the Government Regulation (PP). To recommend policy options to use the criteria of efficiency, effectiveness and feasibility. The recommendations offered are published local regulations governing implementation of the province of admission of students in need in his regular classes, special teacher recruitment supervisor, as well as the availability of facilities and infrastructure in accordance with Permendiknas number 70 in 2009, and sanction the unit of education and district/city governments that violate the provisions of, this is because it is more efficient and has a high level of effectiveness and decent academically.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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MANAGERIAL PERFORMANCE MODEL OF PRIVATE HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE SOUTH SUMATRA
Dr. Anuar Sanusi

This paper try to assess the application of quantitative approaches and hypothesis testing using ‘Path Analysis’ technique as an alternative approach to the performance of managerial leadership that can be used to achieve the goals in finding and determine the factors that influence and support the managerial performance leadership. Analysis of the data that is used in this study consisted of descriptive analysis to look at the characteristics of the population which is netted in the study and path analysis. The sample of technique in this study is using proportionate stratified random sampling technique. The number of samples which is used as the respondent in the unit of analysis of this study is 130 head of private universities around Kopertis southern Sumatran region II. The results of data analysis shows that (1) the leadership of a significant and positive impact on performance mangerial, (2) empowerment of human resources directly affects on performance managerial, (3) governance directly affects managerial performance, (4) the leadership of a significant and positive impact on governance, (5) directly affects the organizational culture of good governance, (6) human resources empowerment significant and positive impact on governance.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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THE COMPETENCE AND READINESS OF TEACHER’ IN WEST SUMATERA TO IMPLEMENTING CURRICULUM 2013
Rino

Curriculum of 2013 requires creativity, innovation, and independence of the teacher. The changes in teacher’s paradigm required is from teaching with teacher oriented to instruction activity with student oriented, regarding to balance in cognitive, affective, and psychomotor achievement. This research aims to generate alternative model in problem-solving to enhance competency and readiness of teacher in implementing the 2013’s curriculum in each education unit (High School, Vocational High School, and Islamic High School in West Sumatra). This research used descriptive quantitative method, and used instruments such as document, questionnaire, observation, and interview. This research found that teachers in Padang already have competency and readiness to implementing the 2013’s curriculum. To enhance the competency and readiness of the teachers, there are need to held educational training and non educational training activity continuously.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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Correlation between Principals Leadership Style and Tearhers Performance at Public Elementary School of Probolinggo City
Ahmad Yusuf Sobri

This research aimed to describe implementation principals leadership styles, level of teachers performance, and correlation between principals leadership style and teachers performance. This study used quantitative method with a correlational design. The research population were teachers of public elementary school at Probolinggo city. The research results showed that principals leadership style were categorized as high, level of teachers performance were categorized as high, and correlation between principals leadership style and teachers performance were significant.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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Personal Mastery in Local Governace
Septina Dwi Rahmawati, S.AP., M.AP

Abstract

The biggest challenge faced by all organizations, both profit and non-profit, is their attempt to deal with a rapidly changing and complex environment. In standing at the threshold of the 21st Century, a century that will be characterized by competition, it is dominated by those with advanced technological capability, high productivity, modern and efficient transport and communication infrastructure. It will bring the competition that will necessitate highly skilled personnel imbued with initiative. But many organizations are not focusing on employees areas, especially on their weakness. It cannot be denied that any sophisticated owned infrastructure will not operate at its optimum efficiency without quality human resources. Increasing professionalism and responsibility by recruiting quality human resources is at the core of everything. In public organization or government, civil servants should rank highest priority in development because they are at the core of the organization, supporting the system. But in fact, a problem faced by almost all public organizations, regarding civil servants, is the ongoing absence of conducive conditions which would enable continual professional development. Issues relating to civil servants have existed for a long time, but they still make interesting discussion. There are early indications of various problems indicating that governance implementation is not yet clean and respectable. So how do we challenge this situation and realize harmony? Organizations that have discovered that individuals who practice personal mastery are holistic thinkers, can approach difficult situations proactively and solve problems creatively. Here is one of the ways to bring harmony into reality: by personal mastery. The way to develop personal mastery is by starting to fully understand strengths, talents and purpose in life of every person.

Keywords: Personal, Mastery, Governance


1. Introduction
The biggest challenge faced by all organizations, both profit and non-profit, is their attempt to deal with a rapidly changing and complex environment. In standing at the threshold of the 21st Century, a century that will be characterized by competition, it is dominated by those with advanced technological capability, high productivity, modern and efficient transport and communication infrastructure. It will bring the competition that will necessitate highly skilled personnel imbued with initiative. But many organizations are not focusing on employees areas, especially on their weakness. It cannot be denied that any sophisticated owned infrastructure will not operate at its optimum efficiency without quality human resources.
Increasing professionalism and responsibility by recruiting quality human resources is at the core of everything. As we know, the key to establishing the success of any organization is the role played by human resources. Human resources are very important in any organization. High quality human resources will certainly play a big part in deciding how the organization develops, especially in coordinating the logistics of increasing productivity and improving the organizations goals. Human resources support the achievement of the organizations goals with hard- work, creativity, talent, and motivation. Without increasing productivity, their goals will be difficult to be achieved. Senge’s book showed:

“... Whether it is research and development, company management, or any other aspect of business, the active force is “people”. And people have their own will, their own mind, and their own way of thinking. If the employees themselves are not sufficiently motivated to challenge the goals of growth and technological development . . . there will simply be no growth, no gain in productivity, and no technological development.” (Senge, 1990, pp.139-140).
It explains the true important things about human resources in an organization; focusing on leader and employee and on the system of management that deploys them. The point here is about human resources. Being a leader comes from many experiences that make them ready to lead. The important question that follows is how to find the way in order to achieve a harmonious workforce. As we know that each person has their own mind, their own will, and their own motivation, so it is important to make them become one in an organization to reach the organization’s goals.
To achieve harmony, conditions need to be conducive to supporting the leader as decision maker who also acts an example or a role model for employees to follow the rules. Support takes a variety of forms, such as letting people know that they are important and that leaders are concerned about them, listening to employees to discover their aspirations and goals, and communicating personal warmth and openness. It is clear that these conducive conditions help open the channels of communication for staff to become more open, increase their chances for personal development, it also means that it can help to improve job satisfaction.
But in fact, a problem faced by almost all public organizations, regarding civil servants, is the ongoing absence of conducive conditions which would enable continual professional development. Issues relating to civil servants have existed for a long time, but they still make interesting discussion. Civil servants should rank highest priority in development because they are at the core of the organization, supporting the system. There are many ways and methods to help public organizations to develop their civil servants. Many countries try to develop their officials, including Indonesia. Indonesia has many ways to develop civil servants but in fact, the problems faced are same. For now there exist many models and methods for civil servants development. However, the service delivered by civil servants to the public is still lacking in standards. That is why the main objective is to build individuals skills.
The main problems still encountered are corruption, lack of discipline and employee performance, poor performance of public services, and poorly organized institutions and management. The problems are interrelated and do influence each other. Corruption and lack of discipline and performance of employees due to the weak performance of government officers, has resulted in performance based career systems not being fully implemented, inadequate salaries to live comfortably, and the recruitment of inadequately qualified and educated civil servants in compliance with the required standards. In addition, education and training have not been fully able to improve the quality of performance. Meanwhile, the poor performance of public services, due to the absence of the implementation of quality standards has not been consistent. The lack of accountability and performance monitoring has given rise to inadequate facilities and infrastructure/service facilities, including the use of information and communication technologies, such as e-government in service delivery. It certainly does not match the expectations of the people who want government officials to provide public services which are fast, accurate, inexpensive, transparent and non- discriminatory.
Another problem is that the organizational structures of government agencies still tend to be rich and poor structure function. The formation of structural work units tend to be less proportional and less efficient a smaller chance of applying grant positions functionally relevant. Problems associated with the implementation of the tasks of government agencies, still found weak relationships and systems of communications between ministries/agencies and local government agencies, lack of systems and procedures in carrying out management of government agencies, as well as the weak management and the state of archived documents. All problems are mainly due to the incorrect and inconsistent implementation within government agencies, and not the management functions. There are early indications of various problems indicating that governance implementation is not yet clean and respectable. So how do we challenge this situation and realize harmony?
Organizations that have discovered that individuals who practice personal mastery are holistic thinkers, can approach difficult situations proactively and solve problems creatively. Here is one of the ways to bring harmony into reality: by personal mastery. Personal mastery is about loving ourselves and expressing the gift to its fullest. Some would think that personal mastery is controlling and limiting oneself, but actually it is about understanding our personality. To control or overcome some habits, it is important to identify how and why those habits arise. The more we suppress things, the more difficult it will be to conquer and overcome them. The way to develop personal mastery is by starting to fully understand strengths, talents and purpose in life. Personal mastery enables people to be inspired, energized and happy with life. There is space to show a sense of commitment in changing how people perceive life and the world. The ultimate thing about personal mastery is that people would always feel that everybody is guided and supported by God.
Combining civil servants obligations in Indonesia and personal mastery is good way to bring harmony into reality. Based on Government Regulation Number 53 of 2010 on Civil Service Discipline, it explains that to conducting official duties entrusted to civil servants with full devotion, awareness, and responsibility; working with an honest, orderly, meticulous, and eager for the benefit of the country and based on working hours and achieving targets that have been set; providing the best service to the citizen and providing opportunities for subordinates to develop a career. In his book, Senge explained about personal mastery:
“Personal mastery goes beyond competence and skills, though it is grounded in competence and skills. It goes beyond spiritual unfolding or opening, although it requires spiritual growth. It means approaching one’s life as a creative work, living life from a creative as opposed to reactive viewpoint.
When personal mastery becomes a discipline, it embodies two underlying movements. The first is continually clarifying what is important to us. We often spend too much time coping with problems along our path that we forget why we are on that path in the first place. The result is that we only have a dim, or even inaccurate, view of what’s really important to us.
The second is continually learning how to see current reality more clearly. We’ve all known people entangled in counterproductive relationships, who remain stuck because they keep pretending everything is all right. Or we have been in business meetings where everyone says, “We’re on course relative to our plan”, yet an honest look at current reality would show otherwise. In moving toward a desired destination, it is vital to know where you are now”. (Senge, 1990, pp.141-142).
It is clear that personal mastery is needed to help public organizations increase the quality of civil servants, based on each person. In Government Regulation and also in Senge’s explanation, we can find that understanding and increasing our own strengths becomes an important point for discussion. High level productivity comes from grounded competence, skills, spirituality and strength of mind that is followed by good conditions resulting in a discipline for better growth. Personal mastery is the learning discipline of continually clarifying, with depth, personal vision, focusing of energies, developing patience, and seeing reality objectively.
In Senge’s book, personal mastery be the first discipline explained. A person that has achieved a high level of personal mastery creates the results that they truly seek. Such a person learns how to use reason and intuition to create there results. Continues improvement and creativity is the spirit of the learning organization. The study about learning organization is new and still in the early development, it still takes a lot of study, practice, and innovation in developing it in the future (Muluk, 2008, p.86). But it is still considered important because of a concept that allows people to cope with the pressure changes needs development. Development of the perception of good governance should start coaching identity of government officials with the moral and work ethic. Development as a learning continually gives effort to strength of the organization.
The verification results can be explained in theoretical issues that arise concern in this study are no studies that specifically discusses about the five disciplines, especially learning organization and more specifically is the study of local government and personal mastery. In addition, the researchers are more directed at corporate organizations which are different with public organizations. This proves that the study is still in its early development and still needs a lot of study, practice, and innovation in the future, especially in public organizations or governances. In the realm of research is being conducted to fill critical shortages learning organization in growing the resource domain local government officials in the disciplines of public administration through the five disciplines that build by learning organization. Discipline is not intended as an implementation of the instruction or tool of punishment, but as a development path to achieve a certain skill or competence.

2. Method
David E. Mc. Nabb in his book explained that qualitative research describes a set of nonstatistical inquiry techniques and processes used to gather data about social phenomena (Nabb, 2002, p.267).In qualitative research there are qualitative data that refers to some collection of words, symbols, pictures, or other nonnumeric records, materials, or artifacts that collected by a researcher and that have relevance to the social group under the study. Nabb explained the uses for these data go beyond simple description of events and phenomena; rather, they are used for creating understanding, for subjective interpretation, and for critical analysis as well. The qualitative researchers tend to approach the research process with a willingness to be flexible, to follow where the data lead them. Qualitative researchers try to approach a topic with few or no preconceived assumptions, conclusions are expected to appear out of the data as it is collected and studied. Qualitative research is usually concerned with a situation or event that takes place within a single organizational context (Nabb, 2002, p. 267).

Based on the explanation above, the best methods in understanding strategy in achieving good governance through personal mastery is qualitative research methods by using interpretive research studies which is describes, explores, and understands potencies and strategies in developing personal mastery in government, because the researcher need to describe a set of non-statistical inquiry techniques and processes used to gather data about social phenomena as David E. Mc. Nabb explained in his book “Research Methods in Public Administration and Nonprofit Management, Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches” (Nabb, 2002, p.267).The researcher needs to explore and understand the potencies of government in supporting development city and developing personal mastery indicators, so it needs qualitative research that is used to understand it. By using qualitative research design, researcher interacts with individuals in the groups of study and many agencies that support the research, then researcher record not only what the researcher sees, but also the own interpretations of the meaning inherent in the interactions in research location and others support. Besides, the researcher explores many factors, such as supporting factors and contracting factors in identifying the potencies also strategies in enhancing personal mastery and for the end is for helping to achieve good governance, and one of the ways to know the information deeply found by deep interview. Generalization is the next step to interpret the case that must be seen as theoretical generalization, and doing dialogical reasoning, and finally takes conclusion based on the case and own perception of the researcher. So, the qualitative research with interpretive research study is the best method to find much information deeply.

3. Personal Mastery for developing civil servants
Every civil servant must have educational background, interests, and different talents. Therefore, before directing them according to their expertise, leader has to make sure to have recognized the potential that exists within them. Leader or Head of officials can read the potential candidates when the recruitment process, either through written test and interview test directly. After understanding the interests and talents of every civil servants, then turn to leader to guide them according to ability and based on rules. This method is quite effective, because when given the trust in accordance with the interests and abilities, the civil servants tend to explore their ability to obtain results faster and work more optimally.
Before understanding the way to enhance personal mastery, here few constraining factors in enhancing personal mastery for civil servants that cannot apply well, because of cost limit within organization. If there are cost limit, it can be difficult to prepare and supply infrastructure in building this study. General problem for public organization is financial. Many activities to develop civil servants cannot undertake directly because of finance. Even there is cost limit; the developing civil servants must goes on. For making clear, building personal mastery need more time than just financial.
Beside that, in government environment is less of competition. It make organization cannot explore what they want concern about citizen needs that always grow fast and complex. Actually the competition can come from the organization itself, but it also comes from outside. The less of competition in public organization influence less of spirit to give the best services, moreover to make innovations. Even not all of the public organization face it, but almost of them face it. The small control from the citizen also influence public organization cannot manage their performance well. It makes public organization less spirit in increase their knowledge more and more. From the explanation above, achieving good governance through developing civil servants by personal mastery need to explain more to make civil servants understand what exactly personal mastery is and how important this study to implement.
Working condition analysis becomes the early process before building personal mastery. From this, the organization can get data and information about resources and potencies that they have and they can explore. This process should accurate, detail and systematic in order can give the valid data and information. After identifying resources, the next process is analysis potencies that they can manage and develop to reach the goals for short term and long term. From this analysis, data and information that can take is formed data base of number and qualification of civil servants, materials and tool, financial performance and its prediction, external factors that influence organization, and other special potencies that they can collect. It helps to know and learn real condition of organization. In working condition analysis include analysis programs to develop civil servants there. It has purpose to make specification in developing civil servants. Generally, there are three general processes in managing and developing human resources in governance, they are preparing recruitment and selection process, then development and evaluation process, and the next process is compensation and protection.
Identifying of individual perspective, vision, and knowledge will give the data and information about specification ability each person within organization and hoping can be increased in organization and can be shared to others. There is strategy to reach the target, which is sharing knowledge. In sharing knowledge include tacit knowledge and explicit knowledge. It is important because usually people feel difficult to share their tacit knowledge, because it concern with idea, perspective, and other that abstract. The next process is networking. It is needed to expand range for organization. It is also important in helping organization make conducive condition in enhancing personal mastery. If the organization has good performance of networking it can influence organization increase their potencies. It needs technology and infrastructure to implement and create this condition and also need human resources that can operate and manage them well.
Peter Senge argues that a learning organization requires five disciplines to be successful. Personal mastery is one of these disciplines and involves following certain practices and principles that help to learn, create a personal vision, and view the world objectively. The concept of personal mastery is one of five disciplines of Senge argues which is necessary for a learning organization. A learning organization itself is an organization that encourages and facilitates learning throughout the organization at all levels so that it may transform and adapt in an ever-changing and dynamic world. Personal mastery is a set of specific principles and practices that enable a person to learn, create a personal vision, and view the world objectively. There are three essential elements of personal mastery, such as:
1. Personal vision
According to Senge, people need to differentiate between vision, goals and objectives. A vision is an image of the future that you desire. Specific goals and objectives may serve to help you achieve the vision. Senge also notes that a vision should have a purpose. If a vision doesnt have a sense of purpose, a reason of being, then pursuing a vision is pointless.
2. Creative tension
Senge notes that there is a tension between personal vision and reality. He argues that there are only two ways to resolve this tension: either by accepting reality and bringing a vision down to it or by using a vision to try to transform reality to match the vision. Attempting to make reality meet a vision is what Senge calls creative tension, because it encourages people to be creative to effect change.
3. Commitment to the truth
Personal mastery also requires an absolute commitment to the truth. This means people must be willing to challenge the way of perceiving the world and others. They must be able to objectively analyze the underlying structure or reasons for unfolding events. This will allow people a chance to change the structure of situations or circumstances so that they may achieve the results they seek.
The big question to understanding this part is “What is the purpose of life?” People tend to think of this as one of lifes greatest mysteries. It is getting worst when they do not know the answer. They do not have time to think about this great question. Why then it came as big question? Because finding purpose meant to make people decide what to do with their life. When people discover it, they will see that there are limitless opportunities to fulfill their purpose every day. Purpose, as distinct from goals, is ongoing and never-ending. Its the context for all that people do and for the goals that they set for themselves.
The next question is what can civil servants do to serve their own purpose? In this life, moving person from compliance to engagement, from fixed to growth mindset, from reactive blamers to proactive problem-solvers doesn’t happen overnight, but it can happen, and it may come in many forms. A focus on achieving goals setting has great impact on not just the way people learn, but on how they think about themselves as learners. This is called self-reflection and it is crucial. Internally, people struggle with their imperfections, failures, emotional intelligence levels, history, experiences-all of those things that make each of people a unique person, but it is precisely those things that create opportunities for growth. In order to grow, people have to be aware of both their strengths and weaknesses also, which in turn can help to set challenging, yet realistic goals. Self-reflection also promotes a growth mindset. If people continually set targets for them selves, plan the steps, then act upon their plan, they begin to realize that everything is about a learning progression, not a pass or fail.
Every civil servant should realize what they truly want and realize the energy they have. Every civil servant has many important elements that should be managed well to help them achieve what they want; generally the elements are body, mind, soul, and spirit. When people have developed self-mastery, they have the ability to control themselves in all situations, and move forward consciously and steadily towards goals. They know their purpose, and have the self-discipline needed to do things in a deliberate, focused, and honorable way. In this way, it is the good factor to increase organization’s goal and help to increase sense of belonging of their duty and responsibility as civil servant. Self-mastery also means mastering emotions, impulses, and actions, and it is vital if people want to achieve goals in life. It starts from within, from mindset. When we demonstrate self-mastery as part of personal mastery in building mindset of civil servants in local government, we need to prove to people and citizen that civil servants who has personal mastery is also having the inner strength and steadiness needed for effective leadership. So it is well worth the effort to invest time developing self-mastery. If civil servants can manage their self-mastery, they will likely become a happier, more balanced person and they will find that opportunities arise because of this.
Working condition can influence developing civil servants process. There is relationship between one another. This relationship is not just between colleagues, it is more interesting because almost all of civil servants there fell that their colleagues are their friends or their family. It is one of the interesting reasons of civil servants in government in doing work, not only for doing their duties and their responsibilities, but also to meet and to share with their friends. There tie one another, it can be seen when they do their jobs every working day, there are cooperating and coordinating between civil servants in doing their jobs. It can help organization keeping their sense of belonging to their organization. Because everybody has responsibility for each job there, even there are delegation and distribution for each division. Civil servants there has sense of belonging to their organization, because they think that if the human resources have a good feeling in working condition to support them, it can help organization reach their goals.
Team work in doing their duties has many advantages, for example they do their job easier and they can share each other. It means that there is one of important factors in enhancing their ability. They can share anything they want, for example they share their idea, their activities, their purpose and others. They can share in formal or informal condition. Some of them usually come together out of working hours or out of working days. It makes them close, not only when they work but also in other condition. By sharing, they can increase and combine their knowledge, even at that time may be they do not really need the information from sharing. But, at least they have a change to share and to hear the information, for next activities or decision from sharing is depending on every person.
Beside the important relation of colleagues, there is other important relation that should have attention, which is relationship between staff and the leader. Relationship between staff and leader also influence developing civil servants process. Leader is an actor to create conducive environment in sharing and creating knowledge. Enhancing personal mastery needs the leader that has ability to make a change, to open one’s eyes of important of knowledge, sharing their ability, and becoming a master, capable in actuating others to increase their potencies, a personal mastery. Leader that has characteristic and capable become inspiration is needed to enhance personal mastery. However, leader cannot give guarantee to keep personal mastery continue to rage, because leader in public organization has limited period to lead. This condition enables to cut off enhancing personal mastery process, because of permutation of the leader, and at the same time there is possibility that the new leader does not have appreciate in enhancing personal mastery process. So, in organization needs strategic direction within organization that applies continually, and if it becomes organization culture it can support the organization reach their visions. Without presence of leader in organization, all of elements within organization will be difficult in enhancing personal mastery.
Generally, enlarging individual potencies is formed by giving authority to finish their work based on their ways, but still on the rules. Beside that, they are given variety jobs, in order to explore their ability and their knowledge to do their jobs, and to alleviate their saturation of their jobs. Ability to enlarge their knowledge also can be formed by giving access of technology. This access is one of mediums to develop and to create their mastery. Without equipping infrastructures for the civil servants to develop their potencies, it makes their potencies out of date and left behind with dynamic improvement of them, and it appears new problem in public organizations, because there are increasing citizen demands that dynamic day by day is not followed by increasing knowledge of civil servants that serve the citizen.
Civil servants also need to share their potencies and anything they got from training by articulating and enlarging social interaction. In sharing process, civil servants have opportunities to explore everything about their ideas and their perspectives related to organization in team. From that, they can accommodate, share, and compare the different ideas and perspectives in finding problem solving.
The fact that indicates in sharing processes needs the activities that support system thinking, even not clear at all. Governments try to make sustainable activities for every program that handled. Firstly, they try to make same perception related to their responsibility, and it is concern to personal mastery and mental models, system thinking try to integrate these components to help them easier reach their goals. It needs many times to develop that condition. Because now, it is just indicated, and still need support from all of element in organization.
The leader has the big change for real this condition, because if the leader can support enhancing personal mastery, it will influence the civil servants there. Their policy will influence the condition in organization too. So, the integrated between each component of personal mastery should be done, in order can reach the organization goals optimally. Supporting factor is everything in that influences and gives good effects towards enhancing personal mastery to develop civil servants in order to get professional civil servants than can give the best services to the citizen. There are many supporting factors toward enhancing personal mastery.
First, the acts and regulations about personnel administration supports in developing civil servants. Improving on the acts and the regulations becomes pursuit for government in giving best services to the citizen professionally. The act about local governance explains that local government has authority in giving rights and duties in undertaking local autonomy. By this act, local government also has authority to optimal their local potencies and local varieties, give attention to opportunity and global competition challenge. So that, efficiency and effectiveness in undertaking local governance needs more enhanced by giving attention to civil servants professionalism. It means that the act about local governance gives encouragement to local government increase and develop all of potencies that they have in order can give the best services to the citizen. The specific regulation about personnel administration is The Act No. 43 of 1999 about The Principles of Personnel Administration. It is revision from The Act No. 8 of 1974. In The Act No. 43 of 1999 explains that fluency in undertaking duties of local government and national development is depending on civil servants within organization. Because of that, in reaching national development goals needs state apparatus and local apparatus in giving services to the citizen. In this act also describes procedures about personnel administration and management clearly in order to make easier in giving services and manage their potencies. It means that regulations, for example the Act No. 32 of 2004 that has been revised and The Act No. 43 of 1999 are supporting factors in developing civil servants.
In another hand, there will be civil servants are difficult to support enhancing personal mastery. Most of them still have perspective that personal mastery is not important to reach organization goals. Beside that there are fatter conditions that make some of civil servants cannot explore their idea and their perspectives, because organization fear to fail, or there are domination of information and technology just for high level within organization. The less in understanding information and communication technology also influence in developing civil servants. Beside that, enhancing personal mastery cannot apply well, because of cost limit within organization. If there are cost limit, it can be difficult to prepare and supply infrastructure in enhancing their potencies. Many activities to develop civil servants cannot undertake directly because of finance. Even there is cost limit; the developing civil servants must goes on.
In governance is less of competition. It make organization cannot explore what they want. Actually the competition can come from the organization itself, but it also comes from outside. The less of competition in public organization influence less of spirit to give the best services, moreover to make innovations. Even not all of the public organization face it, but almost of them face it. The small control from the citizen also influence public organization cannot manage their civil servants well. It makes public organization less spirit in increase their potencies of civil servants more and more. There are not supporting condition in enhancing personal mastery yet because there are no activities clearly gives chance in understanding the personal mastery itself.
The programs to develop civil servants to get their mastery should be followed up by many sustainable activities, in order organization know the development of civil servants, especially civil servants that have joined training and education in order have more responsibility to increase knowledge and be more professional. Besides, organization by the leader should make conducive situation in increasing capability and quality of civil servants. In order the officials need to develop themselves especially in giving services to citizen.
Personal Mastery helps organization to create, to share, and to transfer mastery in organization to develop civil servants as the eminent unsure in organization especially in giving services. Because of that, organization should keep condition and infrastructure to implement it, and doing the activities of personal mastery integrated. Because it is not a short term process, but it needs long term process. The processes are working condition analysis that becomes the first activities. From this, the organization can get data and information about resources and potencies that they have and they can explore. This process should accurate, detail and systematic in order can give the valid data and information. After identifying resources, the next process is analysis potencies that they can manage and develop to reach the goals for short term and long term. From this analysis, data and information that can take is formed data base of number and qualification of civil servants, materials and tool, financial performance and its prediction, external factors that influence organization, and other special potencies that they can collect. After knowing all potencies in organization, there is process to keep it systematically and sustainable. By having personal mastery, every civil servant can understand the real vision of themselves and visions of organization that must be reaching.

4. Conclusion
In enhancing personal mastery for developing civil servants, organization needs to understand personal mastery methods and make the same perception of it in order it goes well and give advance for all of aspect within organization. After understanding it, just do the activities followed, they are identifying condition and enhancing personal mastery. Identifying condition consists of understanding personal mastery framework, personal mastery agent, leadership, interaction and knowledge, and constraining factors that come from internal and external of organization. Enhancing personal mastery divided into three ways, they are: mindset, action, and success or failed. The supporting factors that come from internal organization are regulations within organization, knowledgeable human resources within organization, management, and infrastructure. The supporting factors that come from external organization are information and communication technology that develop more and more. It influences increasing of citizen demands. The citizen demands become more complex and more dynamic. Thus it makes civil servants have demand to give more productive and more professional in giving services to the citizen. The constraining factors that influence activities in enhancing personal mastery of civil servants is civil servants are difficult to support implementation of personal mastery. It is depends on many factors. Beside that there are cost limit within organization, and less of competition.


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Journal

JurnalAdministrasi Negara, Vol. I, No.1, September 2000: 46 – 57


Regulations

Law No. 12 of 2008 on Local Government Law No. 8 of 1974 on Civil Service
Law No. 43 of 1999 on Civil Service

Government Regulation No. 30 of 1980 on Public Servants Discipline

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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Introducing Gender in Pesantren: Pesantren Darussalam and the Gender Education Challenges
Yuyun Sunesti

The study of gender and pesantren has been numerous. The scholarly research showed the efforts of introducing gender awareness as well as the challenges within pesantren community. This paper discusses one of the challenges in introducing gender values through the pesantren’s education. Through the interview of female young leader in the traditional pesantren Darussalam Banyuwangi, the research elaborates the work of a young nyai in introducing gender ideas to santri, the challenges faced and the efforts taken. The research findings confirm the several strategies used by the nyai through formal education in classes as well as informal education out of classes with limited support from the surrounding. This research is significant to find more suitable methods to promote gender awareness in pesantren without attracting conflict within the pesantren members and traditions.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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IDENTIFICATION PROBLEMS OF MADRASAH IN RESPONSE TO INSTUTIONAL CHANGE
Dr. Supaat, M.Pd

Within form and its current status, the existence of madrasah actually has passed long history (struggle) to get the recognition of the roles of equality and equivalent. The issuance of Law No. 2 of 1989 and Law No. 20 of 2003 on the National Education System is the basic policy which decided by the government to meet the aspiration of political education of ummah Muslims. How are the prospects and challenges faced by madrasah after being transformized as a product policy? This study tries to provide the answers and reveal a number of phenomenon which particularly encountered by madrasah within its new status. To portray a full description requires with the various problems faced by madrasah, thu this study will use a phenomenological qualitative approach. Although as juridical formal of the existence for developing madrasah is getting stronger, yet the implementation of instutional transformation confronts several problems, as follows: (1) management capacity, (2) curriculum, (3) lack of human sources, (4) academic orientation and the dichotomy of science, (5) context of national examination, and (6) context of regional autonomy.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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THE ALTERNATIVE MODEL OF CONTROLLING CHANGE IN EDUCATIONAL POLICY IMPLEMENTATION
Aceng Muhtaram Mirfani

The failure of efforts to change is a common phenomenon, not an exception in the implementation of education policies. The problem is how to keep it for later can be avoided. One of the key depends on controlling the change effort itself. For that proposed an alternative model formulated includes five "precepts" the basic concept. This model was developed starting from a study of change management perspective in the development of basic education capacity (A Study to 'Work Team Substantive' of Decentralized Basic Education Project) in Indonesia. The project that operationalized since 2003 to 2008 has involved 4.244 schools at 20 districts. The research questions related project control was proposed: How the control of the capacity building at the parties involved at the district level and the school level? The specifics questions were elaborated to: What the essential of controlling, How the mechanism of controlling, and How the controlling actualization. With the qualitative approach and descriptive-analytic method were identified six postulates that subsequently to base on the formulation of the controlling change that proposed.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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A VALUE-BASED LEADERSHIP: THE FOUNDATION LEADERSHIP IN BUILDING CHARACTER EDUCATION
Mathuleosy Munthe

A leader has to prosses particular capabilities not only in making decisions, but also able to planning, organizing, problem solving, and contructing the vision and mission of the organization. Value-Based Leadership is a style which embraces the values of a leader which exist in the environment in defining the vision of the organization. This study describes how value-based leadership can build national character through the education of value-based character. There are three components of good character, which are moral knowing, moral feeling, moral action.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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The Analysis of New Students Admissions Selection (NSAS) Policy Implementation in Bandung through the Perspective of Weimer & Vinning’s Theory
RITA ANGGOROWATI ritalope11@student.upi.edu

The process of recruitment of learners who want to continue their studies from Junior High School to Senior High School called the New Students Admissions Selection (NSAS). The selection process is carrying the standard criteria that must be met by all prospective students. The chaotic of NSAS implementation process in Bandung at the school year 2015 – 2016 appeared as a result of an imbalance in which the number of prospective new students who exceed the capacity of existing public schools in the city, this becoming the background of the problem. Weimer and Vining in their book entitled Policy Analysis Concepts and Practice 4th Edition, offers steps that need to be taken by the policy analyst in the overall process of solving problems related to public policy. This paper aims to analyze the steps taken by the stakeholders in the policy of education policy analyst in the perspective theory promoted by Weimer and Vining. Literature study conducted by the author based on the essence of the news compiled from the mass media. The analysis showed that the measures taken have been appropriate and right in an effort to resolve the existing problems.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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Influence of Work Motivation, Work Discipline, Education and Training and Organizational Communication on lecturer Productivity at Bandung State Polytechnic for Manufacturing
Aris Budiyarto (a*), Udin Syaefuddin Sa’ud (b), Soemarto (b)

The importance of the role of lecturers in their function as educators and professionals make the study of lecturer productivity interesting to study. Lecturer role as staff members / civilian state apparatus, as well as professionals to make the performance of both should be synergistic, so that the productivity of lecturer awake and educational goals achieved optimally. For this reason the researchers conducted the study with the title: Influence of Work Motivation, Work Discipline, Education and Training and Organizational Communication on lecturer Productivity at Bandung State Polytechnic for Manufacturing. This study is expected to examine the influence of these variables in order to analyze the productivity decline in Polman Bandung as well as to develop other influential variables. The method used is quantitative, with good data collection techniques from the questionnaires, the study documents, as well as observation. While the technique of analysis using descriptive statistics and associative statistics analysis with decomposition mode path analysis. The result of all the variables have a significant effect, but the effect of independent variables on the productivity in terms of the element of age, gender, and education level were not significant. In addition to these variables there is a variable element that affects large enough that the factors of leadership and respect for the performance of lecturers. From the findings of this research is the recommendation given lecturer productivity is strongly influenced by these variables nevertheless be achieved if the lecturers carry out the duties and functions assigned to him either as civil servants as well as professional educators.

Topic: Educational Administration

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MANAGEMENT OF ACADEMIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS BASED ON INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN SCHOOL ACADEMIC SERVICES (Case Study in SMA Negeri 4 Bandung)
Firman Oktora (1), Udin Syaefudin Saud (2)

The focus of this research is the management of academic information systems using information and communication technology in the school's academic services , and then formulated into the following research questions: 1) how to support the operational policy of the school to the implementation of academic information systems using information and communication technology in the school academic services?; 2) how the implementation of academic information systems using information and communication technology in the school academic services?; 3) how the impact of academic information systems using information and communication technology in the school academic services?. The method used was a case study with a qualitative approach. Data collection techniques using observation, interviews and document study. The location of the object of research is SMA Negeri 4 Bandung. This research combines management concepts put forward Gulick: POSDCORB and The Information System Success model proposed by DeLone & McLean: IS Success. The results showed that the management of academic information systems using information and communication technology in schools need the support of the school management to the school operational policies covering aspects: 1) planning; 2) organizing; 3) preparation of human resources; 4) directing; 5) coordinating; 6) reporting; 7) budgeting; and 8) the preparation of ICT infrastructure; in implementation related to aspects 1) doing and 2) controlling of system of academic information, then the application of academic information systems using information and communication technology in schools has an impact on 1) the quality of information with indicators of accurate, timely and relevant; 2) service quality of information systems with indicators tangible, reliable, responsiveness, assurance of security and empathy, so that users get fluency in meeting information needs. To drive the aspects on to support the operational policies of the school and implementation of academic information systems using information and communication technology in the school academic services, school management needs to pay attention to the most fundamental aspects, namely willingness and the school leadership commitment in implementation of academic information system to achieving the effectiveness of the school academic services.

Topic: Educational Administration

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MANAGEMENT OF ACADEMIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS USING INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN SCHOOL ACADEMIC SERVICES (Case Study in SMAN 4 Bandung )
Firman Oktora (*a), Udin Syaefudin Saud (b), Munir (c)

The focus of this research is the management of academic information systems using information and communication technology in the school's academic services , and then formulated into the following research questions: 1) how to support the operational policy of the school to the implementation of academic information systems using information and communication technology in the school academic services?; 2) how the implementation of academic information systems using information and communication technology in the school academic services?; 3) how the impact of academic information systems using information and communication technology in the school academic services?. The method used was a case study with a qualitative approach. Data collection techniques using observation, interviews and document study. The location of the object of research is SMA Negeri 4 Bandung. This research combines management concepts put forward Gulick: POSDCORB and The Information System Success model proposed by DeLone & McLean: IS Success. The results showed that the management of academic information systems using information and communication technology in schools need the support of the school management to the school operational policies covering aspects: 1) planning; 2) organizing; 3) preparation of human resources; 4) directing; 5) coordinating; 6) reporting; 7) budgeting; and 8) the preparation of ICT infrastructure; in implementation related to aspects 1) doing and 2) controlling of system of academic information, then the application of academic information systems using information and communication technology in schools has an impact on 1) the quality of information with indicators of accurate, timely and relevant; 2) service quality of information systems with indicators tangible, reliable, responsiveness, assurance of security and empathy, so that users get fluency in meeting information needs. To drive the aspects on to support the operational policies of the school and implementation of academic information systems using information and communication technology in the school academic services, school management needs to pay attention to the most fundamental aspects, namely willingness and the school leadership commitment in implementation of academic information system to achieving the effectiveness of the school academic services.

Topic: Educational Administration

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The Teaching Performance of the Teacher : Pedagogical Competence, School Culture and Profession Allowance
D. L. Hakim, U. Syaefuddin S, A.A. Wahab, A. Komariah

This research aims to reveal and analyze the teaching performance of Vocational High School (VHS) teachers which is influenced by pedagogical competence, school culture, and profession allowance. These are the most significant variable beside competence and become motivation for teacher to improve the teaching performance. Meanwhile, the empirical study shows that there are some teachers who still have low motivation and take the teacher certification for profession allowance only. It is the reason why performance of some teachers are not optimal yet. The method which is used in this research is survey by correlational research approach. The population of this research is teachers which have possessed certification at VHS in West Java. The finding of research shows that pedagogical competence, school culture, and profession allowance has positive and significant influences to the teaching performance of the teachers.

Topic: Educational Administration

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MANAGEMENT OF PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHER Case Studyon performance managementof primary school teachers in cluster1andcluster2Sukabumiregency)
Sudrajat

Various theories of management to provide assurance that quality education is always present as a result of qualifiedmanagerial performance. Aspects of performance management of teachers into this research study because it is the weakest aspect is managed. This aspect is precisely the forerunner to the dysfunction of teachers as a profession. On the one hand the burden of educational services to do so great teacher. On the other hand demanded readiness, professionalism, and competence of teachers have not yet optimal. Though the end of a learning activity by the teacher is the student learning outcomes are satisfactory. The main focus of this research study is a review of what elements are essential performance management of teachers. The elements that were examined in the form of the main elements of teacher performance management (core performance); supporting elements (supporting elements); and other factors in the form of school leadership (school principalship as prime mover) whose role is to plan, organize, coordinate, synchronize, controlling management performance, and evaluate the results.
The purpose of this research is to study the performance of teachers through search life cycle characteristics of teachers in every aspect related essential and integral to the performance of primary school teachers. The method used in this study is a qualitative study using data collection techniques such as observation, interviews, and documentation. Partisipan were taken using purposive sampling locus in primary school in Sukabumi. The results of this study indicate that (1) Implementatation of performance management of primary school teachers who consider the main elements, supporting elements, and the function of school leadership is believed to be able to guarantee the effectiveness and enforceability of adherence to the process of learning outcomes. The main elements include: curriculum as a source of competence; meaning the competence of teachers; display effective teacher performance; and learning devices. Supporting elements include: the assignment of teachers; teacher motivation; working conditions; supervision; teacher professional development; performance evaluation; and financing for the improvement of teacher performance. Principal function of leadership role as planner, organizer, coordinating, synchronization, control, and an evaluator effectiveness of policy products such as high-performing teachers and students who excel; (2) Some of the problems are not optimal results for each element of the teachers performance demonstrates the need for special attention and improvement in performance management of primary school teachers; (3) Management of the performance of primary school teachers who consider the idea of thinking the main elements, supporting elements, and the function of school leadership concluded was sufficient and to support and complement the model of management thinking work that already exists with a condition should occur management division of authority and responsibilities ranging from level class, school, up to the management level of the Department of Education. As an alternative solution to the problems faced, the researchers recommend the idea of the framework that considers the main elements, supporting elements, and the function of school leadership to realize the effectiveness of adherence to process and enforceability of learning outcomes that teachers do.

Topic: Educational Administration

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THE MANAGEMENT OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS (A Study on The Management of Elementary School Teacher’s Performance at Cluster 1 and Cluster 2 in The District of Sukabumi)
SUDRAJAT - NIM. 1101145

The main problems in the implementation of education in Indonesia is how to design the management of teachers, including elementary school teachers, in an effort to improve the quality of the educational process at the level of schooling. The key of the teacher’s management is how to manage the teacher’s performance who are believed to play a major role in determining the quality improvement of learning. The focus of the research is the management of elementary school teacher’s performance that a framework conceptually formulated consists of core performance, supporting elements, and school principalship as a prime mover as a single entity in the management of elementary school teacher’s performance. The core performance include: curriculum; meaning of teacher’s competence; teacher’s performance; and learning devices. Supporting elements include: the assignment of teachers; teacher’s motivation; working conditions; supervision; the professional development of teachers; performance evaluation; and financing. While the leadership function of the principal role as planner, organizer, coordinating, synchronization, controlling, and an evaluating of policy effectiveness.

The research applied a qualitative method and using three data collection : guided interviews observation, and a review of relevant documentation. Sources of data is the elementary school teachers and principals at the area of cluster of 1 and 2 in the District of Sukabumi.

Findings of the research are as follows: (1) The implementatation of the management of elementary school teacher’s performance who consider the core performance; supporting elements, and the function of school leadership is believed to be able to guarantee the implementation of process and learning outcomes; (2) There is no optimal outcome’s performance on the core performance of which include: curriculum as a source of competence, meaning competence by teachers, the teachers performance is not good, and completeness of the learning device. In the supporting elements include the assignment of teachers is unclear, external factors that hinder motivation of teachers, working conditions are not conducive, not optimal of supervision activities, professional development, and appraisal performance, and the limited sources of financing. While principals have not functioning leadership as the prime mover. (3) Some of the problems are not optimal results for each element of the teachers performance demonstrates the need for special attention and improvement in every element of teachers performance.

An alternative solution to problems found in the research in the forms of a model of the management of elementary school teacher’s performance. The model is believed if properly implemented may facilitate better management of elementary school teacher’s performance

Topic: Educational Administration

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The Contribution of Worklife Quality and Continuos Professional Development toward the Junior Secondary School Teacher’s Performance in North Bandung
Zakiah

This research was conducted based on the phenonemonen that the junior secondary school (SMP) teacher performance is already optimal, as seen from the score of national junior secondary school Teacher Competence Test (UKG) in 2015, which was 58.25, while the national UKG score in Kindergaren (TK), Primary School (SD), Special School (SLB), Junior Secondary School (SMP), Senior Secondary School (SMA) and Vocational School (SMK) levels in 2015 was 56.69. This research focuses on how the condition of teacher performance description, the worklife quality, the development of sustainable professionalism, and how big are the the contribution of worklife quality and development of sustainable professionalism toward the performance of junior secondary teacher performance in North Bandung. The findings show that the teacher performance, the worklife quality are high. The Worklife Quality and Development of Sustainable Professionalism are significant and show 27.5% contribution toward teacher performance, while the other aspects are influenced by other variables. The proposed recommendation are: (1) Teacher performance: Teacher organize a meeting with students’ parent to report the learning progress of the students; (2) Worklife Quality: To cooperate with other organizations (industries); (3) Development of sustainable professionalism: To assign a coordinator of sustainbale professionalism development to organize in-house training and lesson study and to cooperate with publisher to publish scientific paper; (4) Future researcher: To put more focus on the variables of worklife quality and professionalism development, and then compare them in other school than public schools.

Topic: Educational Administration

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The analysis of services value through public relation marketing, integrated marketing communication and self-image in order to increase public satisfaction (An Empirical Study of Services by The Members of the Regional House of Representatives in West Java Province)
Dodi Sukmayana

The problem that is focused in this research refers to the finding of the public discontent indication in the direction of the Regional House of Representative’s performance in West Java Province, it can be seen from the slowness of aspirations delivery, the imprecision of legislative function in its implementation, lengthy process in aspirations delivery and also, emotionally, it shows that public is not really satisfied.

The purpose of this research is to find and analyze : The effect of public relation marketing, integrated marketing communicationand self-image towards services value simultaneously. The effect of public relation marketing, integrated marketing communication, self-image and services value towards public satisfaction simultaneously.

The research methods that use in this research are descriptive survey and explanatory survey. The type of investigation is using the causality which is type of research that shows the causal correlation between the independent variables such as public relation marketing, integrated communication marketing and personal branding towards dependent variables which are services value and public satisfaction. The analysis unit of this research is the Non-Governmental Organization while the observation unit is the head of the Non-Governmental Organization itself which amounts to 285 people.

The managerial implication from this research among others are the public relation marketing is reflected by “stabilizing the public aspiration” (X4), integrated marketing communication is reflected by “donations to the community”(X12), and self-image is reflected by “the power of party orientation” (X15) have proven to increase the services value that is reflected by “information value” (Y3) and is accounted for 55 %.. The public relation marketing which is reflected by “stabilizing the public aspiration” (X4), integrated marketing communication is reflected by “donations to the community”(X12), and self-image is reflected by “the power of party orientation” (X15) and the services value that is reflected by “information value” (Y3) have proven to increase the public satisfaction which is reflected by “emotionally satisfied” (Y12) and is accounted for 65 %.

Topic: Educational Administration

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INNOVATION OF MEASUREMENT AND SCHOOL ASSET MANAGEMENT
Asep Sunandar, Djum-Djum Noor Benti, R. Bambang Sumarsono

School asset management is effort to maximizing function of schools asset based effective and efficient principle. The research aims to find asset measurement model and asset management model. Researcher use quantitative approach and descriptive analysis technique, data collected with questionnaire, observation, documentation and interview. It was found that asset measurement processes done at tree category that’s current assets, fixed assets, intangible asset.
The paradigm of asset management must be changed is not limited to inventorying assets, but should continue through asset valuation and usability of the school asset. With the result that, utilization of school assets can be done effectively, efficiently and optimally.

Topic: Educational Administration

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THE ONLINE-BASED EKA LOPEN PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT (ACADEMIC COMPETENCY EVALUATION OF EDUCATION MANAGEMENT)
Eka Prihatin, Nani Hartini

The pupose of this paper is to develop a program called EKA LOPEN which is an online evaluation program used to evaluate academic competency. This research conducted on the timeframe of less than 2 year, and it followed research development design that was based on literature study of EKA LOPENs needs analysis, EKA LOPENs program development, as well as its testing and evaluation process. This study resulted in an application of final exam (UAS) online academic competency evaluation program which was able to reduce costs and human resources during its implementation. This study provides a basic understanding of EKA LOPEN itself. Furthermore, this is also a great contribution to the world as it introduces an academic competency evaluation model that can be applied in various educational levels. This program can assist implementation of the UAS (final exam) in faster, more accurate and inexpensive trend. Thus, the development of this program should be a top priority due to its prospective advantages in building better character of education by eliminating the opportunity for students to cooperate and cheat during the test.

Topic: Educational Administration

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85.

THE DEVELOPMENT OF EKPUPI MODEL AS PERFORMANCE-BASED REMUNERATION PROGRAM AT AN INCORPORATED STATE UNIVERSITY (Case Study at Indonesia University of Education)
Danny Meriawan, Eka Prihatin, Asep Suryana

The purpose of this paper is to implement the EKPUPI model as performance-based remuneration program at an incorporated state university. This research was conducted on the timeframe of less than 1 year. Moreover, the research design used by this study followed the research development framework which observed every stage of the EKPUPI model implementation as a new remuneration system which was based on performance, needs analysis, EKPUPI designing model as well as its testing and evaluation process. This study resulted in an application of performance-based remuneration system which is called EKPUPI (Indonesia University of Education’s Employee Performance Evaluation). It implements remuneration in the fairer way based on performance rather than class, position or tenure. This study provides a basis to understand the issues of remuneration in an incorporated state university environment. It is a good contribution to the world as it presents EKPUPI model that could serve as a pilot study regarding the granting scheme of incorporated state university’s remuneration program to its educators in accordance to their performance with reference to their education, research and dedication to the society.

Topic: Educational Administration

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86.

FACTORS DETERMINATION THE QUALITY OF MADRASAH ALIYAH EDUCATION ( The Study About Effect of Leadership Headmaster Madrasah, Climate of Madrasah, Teachers Teaching Performance, Facilities Learning and The Public Participation towards for the Quality of Madrasah Aliyah Education In banten )
Rin Indayani

The quality of Madrasah is madrasah which able to optimize all input processes and results education services in madrasah which is organized and well integrated each other in order to produce conformity outcomes with the stakeholders expectation. The purpose of this research is to assess the influence of headmaster's Madrasah leadership, climate madrasah, teacher’s teaching performance, facilities learning, and public participation towards for the quality of Madrasah Aliyah education in Banten Province.The researched had been done by using the descriptive and verification method, with the quantitative approach. The Population has nvestigated to 2.902 respondents of the sample 353 people from 137 madrasah aliyah in Banten Province, the data source from Madrasah Aliyah’s teacher. Data were collected use by quisioner and path analysis. The conclusion of those study are as follows 1 ) the average quality of madrasah aliyah in Banten has been good. 2) The Leadership Headmaster Madrasah Aliyah influential directly or indirectly on the madrasah climate , teacher’s teaching performance, facilities learning, public participation, and the quality of Madrasah education. 3) climate madrasah have had a positive impact significantly of the teacher’s teaching performance, facilities learning, public participation, and the quality of madrasah education. 4 ) the teacher’s teaching performance have had a positive impact significantly to facilities learning, public participation, and the quality of madrasah education. 5 ) facilities learning have had a positive impact significantly on public participation, and the quality of madrasah education. 6) public participation have had a positive impact significantly on the quality of madrasah education. 7 ) the influence that the highest is a leadership headmaster madrasah and the lowest is a madrasah climate.Based on the conclusions then submitted recommendations as follows 1) headmaster of madrasah need to develop activities that could lead to improving the competence or ability of teachers of both directly related to the learning process, and other competence which be able to support on improving the quality of learning as part of the development of professional teacher and have a vision and the purpose of the achievement of the quality madrasah 2) the climate madrasah condusive would have a positive impact for students to learn, for that all the residents who involved in this need to responsiveness and increase the awareness of to the environment 3 ) a teacher must be responsible for a profession and their mastery of the material learning and focus to learners 4 ) the public participation needs to be made a forum for active communication and organized in order to empowerment the public as a mediator, evaluator, and madrasah motivator. 5) facilities learning shoud be to keep optimized and empower involvement the public in the availability of leaning facilities.

Topic: Educational Administration

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New Perspective on science and practice of educational administration in Indonesia
Cepi Triatna

Scientific paradigm that science is universal has to fall in line with the development of neo positivism thought. The truth of science can be done with the agreement of the scientific community, which leads to the contextualization of science. Along with this, an idea that emerged in the context of Indonesia, the science and practice of educational administration needs to be adjusted to the identity of the nation and state of Indonesia. The results lead to the conclusion of the need to bring up the "self" in the context of the organization of education in Indonesia. Self is the role of self that is associated with the identity of the nation and state of Indonesia. This view assumes that the organization has a proper personality as well as the individual. The personality of this organization can be traced in a hierarchical manner and rely on the role of each member of the organization.

Topic: Educational Administration

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88.

Marketing Management in Higher Education
Imanuddin Hasbi (*a), Agus Rahayu (b), Djam’an Satori (c) Mohammad Fakry Gaffar (d)

Marketing management problems faced by marketing higher education is getting tighter. This study is focused to examine in more detail the market, product, price, resources, competition, marketing strategies, satisfaction, loyalty, and growth of the higher education. The purpose of this study is to conduct a description, analysis, and design a management model effective marketing higher education and excel. This study uses qualitative research methods using instruments to uncover data through interviews, observation and documentation as well as using purposive sampling techniques. The findings of this study are: (1) Marketing higher education that succeed have the right target market; (2) The quality of study programs to realize the expectations of students and parents; (3) Target the right market is not sensitive to the cost of education; (4) The higher education resource development aims to satisfy the customer; (5) Higher education that winning the competition has a competitive advantage; (6) The formulation of appropriate marketing strategies to satisfy customers; (7) Higher education that satisfy customers maintain the quality of service and study programs; (8) A satisfied customer will faithfully promote word of mouth; (9) Customers are loyal to persuade potential students to go to higher education where tuition, so that growth and sustainable development of the higher education. The conclusions of this study are marketing management in higher education that excel able to determine the appropriate target market, obviously, so that customer service will satisfy customers who will be able to create loyal customers and impacting the growth of the higher education.

Topic: Educational Administration

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89.

TEACHER LEADERSHIP ON SPORT CLASS OF PUBLIC SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL I OF SEWON, BANTUL
Pandit Isbianti

This research aimed to describe teacher leadership, effective teacher leadership, and to find factors affecting teacher leadership on sport class of public senior high school I of Sewon Bantul. This is a qualitatif research with phenomenology approach. Data in this research were collected by using interview and observation technique and analyzed by using Miles & Huberman model. The result of this research are; 1) the teacher leadership behavior applied in sport class of Public Senior High School I of Sewon consists of using professional expertise in teaching, designing curriculum, developing professionalism, collaboration,establishing partnerships , maintaining a successful culture, and facing cultural barriers and school structures, 2) almost all teacher leadership behaviors are effective. Ineffectiveness was found on using professional expertise in teaching which consists of:giving direct warning or reprimand, not putting value on student assignment, creating a conducive class through situational approach, doing apperception about desired achievement, reminding the students to learn the materials at upcoming meeting, collaboration which consists of providing information related to teacher professional development opportunities, encouraging teachers to do research, and coordination with parents, and maintaining a successful culture by instilling the the importance of english to the students, 3) factors affecting teacher leadership include internal factors and external factors. The internal factors consisted of: (a) interest, (b) teacher idealism, (c) expectation on students, (d) teacher’s expectationon situation which is related to learning activities, (e) teacher’s capability, (f) teacher’s skills, (g) teacher’s instinct, (h) teacher’s passion, (i) the desire to develop themselves, (j) a sense of belonging to the school, and (k) the teacher’s commitment. External factors consisted of: (a) the teacher’s task, (b) the principal, (c) senior teachers, (d) students, (e) professional development opportunities, (f) societal norms and values, (g) curriculum materials, (h) the resource of teacher ability, (i) cost availability, (j), the teacher’s creativity (k) the collaborator’s ability, and (l) the parents involvement.

Topic: Educational Administration

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90.

A MODEL FOR SCHOOL MANAGEMENT CAPACITY BUILDING THROUGH PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITY IN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Aan Komariah & Cucun Sunaengsih

Efforts to solve the problem of schools’ low capacity in providing high-quality education service to their students call for a development program, integrated in daily activities of the school and performed continuously, not just as an incidental activity. Successful school management needs adaptive capacity to satisfy the professional demands and needs of the stakeholders. The management of various conditions of school organization aimed to facilitate dialogues among the Educators and Education Staff can be developed through Professional Learning Community (PLC), in which all parties can learn from the education services they provide daily. This study, conducted in three years, implements two research design. During the first year, it implements descriptive study design, using qualitative approach. Meanwhile, for the study in the second and third year, it uses research and development design. The result of the study is expected to contribute a foundation for developing education management study; specifically the management of senior high school. It can also contribute to the improvement of school quality, which will lead to the development of necessary human resources to build the nation. The targeted findings, formulated in the research questions, are the focus of the study. They are examined and analyzed comprehensively to produce an output that can be a grand theory which is useful to measure the development of education administration study in operational level.

Topic: Educational Administration

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91.

Strategics Planning of Private University Towards World Class University (Study on UNIKOM-Bandung and Gunadarma University -Jakarta )
ISMAUL HUSNI

ABSTRACT
Strategic Planning of Private University toward World Class University : A Study on
UNIKOM (West Java) and Gunadarma University (DKI Jakarta)
By ISMAUL HUSNI
Email address: husni.mohamad@yahoo.com.sg
Economic Faculty of PASUNDAN UNIVERSITY BANDUNG, INDONESIA
(Presented in International Conference on Educational Management 28 August 2016)


Using qualitative method, this present study investigated the strategic planning of Private University towards World Class University (Study on UNIKOM-Bandung and Gunadarma University (Jakarta). It focused on the research activities and the publication in indexed journals then descriptively analyzed.
A pilot study was conducted at UNISBA, UNPAR, Universitas Kristen Maranatha, UNJANI Economic and Business School of Telkom University , UNIKOM and Universitas Gunadarma as well. This was done in order to detect the weaknesses in the design and instrumentation and provide proxy data for the selection of probability sample.
The data for the main study are obtained through interviews with Rector,and Vice Rectors of each PTS as well as Dean and Vice Deans of each faculty within the PTS together with the Heads of Department of each faculty. The data are also obtained through learning the strategic planning (Renstra) of each PTS. After preliminary study, then the researcher determine to select two PTS which are certified with ISO namely Universitas Gunadarma and Universitas Komputer (UNIKOM)
This study is trying to offer an alternative model of strategic planning to prepare PTS towards World Class University due to the reason that nowadays the government has not provided the standard design of strategic planning for PTS to become World Class University.

Keywords: Strategic Planning, PTS, ISO, World Class University.

Topic: Educational Planning

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92.

Assessment of Internal Efficiency in Public Universities in Ondo State
Bosede Omolola Anifowose and Adedapo Sunday Adelokun

ABSTRACT
The study estimated total number of matriculated students by faculty and gender in the study areas of the public universities in Ondo State. These are the Adekunle Ajasin University,Akungba Akoko and Federal University Of Technology Akure. It also determined the cohort graduation rates and wastage rates by faculty, the students that were admitted for 4years programmmes and 5years programmes but who all graduated in the 2013/2014 academic session in the study areas of the public universities in Ondo State. These were with the view of assessing the internal efficiency of universities in the study area.
The descriptive survey research was used in the study. The population was 5,052 students of the public universities in Ondo State. The sample comprises of 2318 students that matriculated at the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko in 2010/2011 academic session and 2734 students that matriculated at the Federal University of Technology, Akure, in 2009/2010 academic session. These two universities were chosen because they were the only two universities out of the four public universities in Ondo State that have graduated at least a set of students.
The result showed that 2318 students that included 1368 male and 950 female students matriculated in the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko in 2010/2011 academic session. At the Federal University of Technology 2734 students that included 2082 male and 652 female students matriculated in the 2009/2010 academic session. The study also revealed that at 2013/2014 academic session, the graduation and wastage rates at the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko were 63% and 37% in the faculty of Art, 42 % and 58% in the faculty of Education. 73% and 27% in the faculty of Law , 47% and 53% in the faculty of Science while it was 71% and 29% in the faculty of Social and Management science. At the 2013/2014 academic session of the Federal University of Technology Akure the graduation and wastage rates were 65%and 35% in the faculty of Agiculture and Agiculture Technology, 62% and 38% in the faculty of Engineering and Engineering Technology. 54% and 46% were recorded at the faculty of Earth and Mineral Technology. 67% and 33% in the faculty of Environmental Technology, 54%and 46% in the faculty of Management Technology while 62% and 38% were recorded in the faculty of Science.
The study concluded that the public universities in the Ondo State which are Adekunle Ajasin University Akungba Akoko and the Federal University of Technology Akure had moderate internal efficiency.and high internal efficiency respectively.




Topic: Educational Planning

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93.

A Lesson Planning The Way to Success in Teaching in Class
Dr. Martono

Abstract - Successful teacher is a teacher who can establish a sympathetic relationship with the students, create a classroom environment that is nurturing, caring, has a love of learning, in full control of their field of study and to motivate students to learn.To realize it, teachers should be able to compose a good lesson planning. The plan created a systematic process is a teacher with regard to define learning objectives, strategies and techniques to achieve goals, as well as the media that can be used for the effectiveness goal achievement.Planning is the result of deep thought processes, the results of the assessment and selection process of the various alternatives that were considered more value for effectiveness and efficiency. Planning is the beginning of a process of implementation of all the activities which are rational.Thus, so a teacher should be able to visualize the directions and goals, to achieved those goals through the utilization of a wide range of potential that exists so that the process of the achievement of that goal effectively and efficiently.The expectation that teachers realize how important lesson planning for a teacher. Not only prepare lesson planning as easily.

Topic: Educational Planning

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94.

Lesson Plan Principles: Excel Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) Learning
Muhaemin Sidiq

Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) is a virtual device that allows programmatic control all of the Excel functions. By using VBA, Excel functions can be expanded, from use of Excel as usual as software to use Excel spreadsheets to organize and interact with other software, even more broadly. But there is a problem in terms of teaching Excel VBA, most students never use any programming language, programming language as a language that is relatively difficult to understand, the lack of pedagogical instructions related to VBA learning, teachers professional programming competence mostly relatively better than pedagogical. Review of the context based lesson plan needed to fulfill the void of pedagogical aspects.

Topic: Educational Planning

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95.

Strategic Information Systems Planning: Information System/Information Technology Required in Vocational School Model/Superior
Widia Murni Wijaya

Vocational school is one of the educational institution which have an important role to preparing professional graduates who are ready to work independently or work in industrial sector. Vocational School is one solution to facing the globalization, especially vocational school model/superior that become a reference for other vocational school and considered able to prepare graduates who are creative, have skill in their field and master of science and technology, so a vocational school model/superior in the modern era must have a good integration of Information Systems (IS)/Information Technology (IT) by using Strategic Information Systems Planning (SISP) to implement activities of school in order to become more effective and efficient.
SISP required to produce a good information system and support the important activities in school. The case study of this research conducted at Vocational High School No. 2 Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia. Analysis tools used are Political, Economic, Social and Technology (PEST), and Critical Success Factor (CSF). Model framework used is Ward and Peppard model, and using McFarlan Grid portfolio.

Topic: Educational Planning

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relevance of vocational programs with the needs of the workforce
Yati Siti Mulyati

Vocational School (SMK) in one type of secondary education institutions in indonesia, the education organization are designed to prepare students enter the workforce or continue their education on the next level that are spesific. Today not a few graduates of vocational students are still experiencing difficulties in entering employment. The problem is due to lack of jobs and also because of teh quality and relevance of school leavers are still low. Due to the low quality of learning achievement of school graduate, they find difficult to get jobs in goverment institution and business or industry, so SMK is directed to maintain the quality and relevance. Related to teh SMK quality, that measured from teha quality and relevance of graduates with employment needs. While the field needs capacity continues to grow according to the needs of DU/DI and development of applied technology, so to maintain the education quality, the SMK continually develop them. As for relevance, seen from the planning, implementation, evaluation and benefits, so that SMK must preserved their graduates according to the needs of bussiness world and the industry world. Industry work practice (Prakerin) at SMK is one vehicle to look at the suitability of the SMK curriculum to the DU/DI needs.

Topic: Educational Planning

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97.

Analysis of Implementation of Strategic Plan for Higher Education to study the implementation of the Strategic Plan 2011-2015 ITB
ade budhi salira

Abstract


Comprehensive planning to integrate all the resources (resources) and the capability of the institutions as well as having a clear orientation to be long-term goals to be achieved. It takes strategic planning as a process that is continuous, iterative and cross functional which aims to ensure that universities were able to adjust to the dynamic changes. There are some things that the background of this research, which need to be analyzed base line is not yet complete, the indicators of achievement have not been content with the data analysis of the previous years performance accurately, and analysis of the achievements that are not in accordance with the target. Analysis of Implementation of Strategic Plan for Higher Education to study the implementation of the Strategic Plan 2011-2015 ITB includes aspects; how the effectiveness of the implementation of the strategic plan ITB? how is the efficiency of the implementation of the strategic plan ITB? and how the sustainability of the implementation of the strategic plan ITB? The study was conducted using the method of qualitative research, where researchers become the instrument straight through involvement in research and interviews and analysis of documents supported. Improving the effectiveness of the implementation of the strategic plan on higher education should be done by evaluating the effectiveness of performance measurement system based on the studies of literacy deeper on policy performance measurement system, performance and achievements of the program. Toward the efficiency of the implementation of the strategic plan, ITB can use two approaches, first to see if the two types of actions give the same result in the achievement of organizational goals then one must be selected which resulted in the most minimal cost approach. The second approach, if two types of actions result in expenditures that allow the exact same or nearly the same, then one have to produce more. For sustainability strategic plan in good ITB, ITB must set up a process in which the framework program and work program for each unit either at an academic unit through a series of consultation - coordination and performed in conjunction with the finalization of the work plan program.

Topic: Educational Planning

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98.

Behaviour Management Plan for Elementary School Students
Sri Diana

The paper aims to explore the Glasser’s Choice Theory, Neo Adlerian and Humanism Theory for the implementation of behaviour management plan in elementary level. It starts with an explanation of some assumptions related to those theories. The paper then explains some prevention methods to manage students disruptive behaviour in the classroom. It also presents some interventions for inappropriate behaviour in the class when the preventions are not effective. The paper provides several preventive approaches for minimizing misbehaviour problems such as providing interesting and challenging activities, organizing classroom work and setting the physical classroom, developing communication between teachers and students, and also the involvement of parents. This paper also shows three effective interventions namely natural or logical consequences, time-out and contacting parents. The last, the paper also reveals that a partnership between teachers and parents can become a strength for this behaviour management plan but the use of time out is not effective because there is not a special room for implementing this intervention in the level of elementary.

Topic: Educational Psychology

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99.

QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF STUDENTS’ THINKING STYLES ON MATHEMATICS TALENTS IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL OF BANDUNG
Lucy Dewan Yuliyanto, S.Pd., Drs. Turmudi, M.Ed., M.Sc., Ph.D., Drs. H. Asep Syarif Hidayat, M.Si.

Every child is unique. The uniqueness of child is an interesting phenomenon, such as typical thinking, learning styles, psychology, and many more. The individual natural ability is called gift. Gifted and talented are related-concepts. Gifted and Talented, a gifted is an intellectual ability significantly higher than average, but talented is used for a natural aptitude or skill for something. One of them is mathematics. Mathematics gifted child is part of gifted and talented children in mathematics subject or having an amazing mathematical ability than average. Their thought styles are poles apart than average when understanding some mathematics problems. This is an interesting phenomenon for research in psychology and education. The style of thinking mathematics gifted students in Senior High school in Bandung City is different, there are student that have algebraic thinking, analytical thinking, logic, geometry-spatial thinking, combinatorial thinking and divergent type. It is caused by their experiences and exercise for long time. Some gifted students may get high achievement, but the others are underachiever students. There are three factorc that influence the giftedness and achievement, firstly its giftedness, second internal-external motivation and the last is environment. From psychology side, mathematics gifted students have a unique characteristics, that’s little differences than usual students, especially its empathy. The higher children logic is, the lower its empathy is. For further research, it’s an interesting one.

Topic: Educational Psychology

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100.

Students’ Behaviour of Indiscipline Syndrome in Teaching and Learning Process
Jusuf Blegur, M. Rambu P. Wasak, Melkias A. Manggoa, Zuvyati A. Tlonaen

This study reported the results of the discovery and identification of behavioral syndrome of students’ indiscipline in teaching and learning process. For this purpose, researcher used qualitative approach of phenomenology. The study involved nine subjects determined by purposive sampling for the phenomenon of indiscipline were more dominated by those subjects. Four techniques have been used to collect the data; participation-observation, in-depth interviews, field notes, and documentation. The results indicated that the behavioral syndrome of indiscipline is influenced by premature (imature) self-concept, determination of multidimensional environment, keeping and building a societal relationship in communities, as well as teachers’ attitude and behavior as a direct model. Therefore, teachers should give the exemplary cognition, affection, psychomotor, as well as should be truthful and orderly socially so that the students’ behaviour of indiscipline can be reduced to a good quality of learning.

Topic: Educational Psychology

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101.

Can Personal Values and Attitude Predict Intention to Quit of Young Entrepreneur: A Research Proposal
Sabrina O. Sihombing

Entrepreneurs and especially young entrepreneurs are significant parts of society that can contribute in nation economic development. There is a great deal of research interest in understanding students’ intention to be entrepreneurs. Specifically, extensive research on entrepreneurship have been conducted to explore and predict various factors that influence youth intention to become an entrepreneur. On the other hand, less attention has been given to understand youth intention to quit as entrepreneur, especially in Indonesian youth context. Youth entrepreneur may have intention to quit as entrepreneurs because of their lack experience, skill, and mentally not stable. Understanding this phenomena may contribute not only in entrepreneurship literature but also support Indonesian government, academicians, and entrepreneurs themselves in understanding and creating ways to make young entrepreneurs sustain in entrepreneurship. Thus, this research aims to predict the relationship between personal values and intention to quit as entrepreneur with attitude toward entrepreneurship as a mediating variable in the context of young entrepeneur in Indonesia. Three main research questions have been raised in this study: (1) is there a positive relationship between terminal values and attitude toward entrepreneurship?, (2) is there a positive relationship between instrumental values and attitude toward entrepreneurship?, and (3) is there a negative relationship between attitude toward entrepreneurship and intention to quit as entrepreneur? Research method will be designed and discussed to address research questions.

Topic: Educational Psychology

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102.

The Prediction of Academic Emotions on Cognitive Load in Hypermedia Learning Environment
Sunawan(1); Junmei Xiong(2)

The purpose of current study was to investigate the prediction of academic emotions (namely, happiness, sadness, anxiety, and angry) on each type of cognitive load (namely, intrinsic load, extraneous load, and germane load). Thirty university students were involved in the experiment which required them to study the circulatory topics in hypermedia learning environment with hierarchical navigation system. The findings showed that angry positively correlated with extraneous load (r = .525, p < .01), happiness positively correlated with germane load (r = .502, p < .01), and sadness positively correlated with counted fixation (r = .402, p < .05) and duration fixation (r = .380, p < .05). Discussions of present findings were focused to understand the contribution of academic emotions on cognitive performance in hypermedia learning environment context.

Topic: Educational Psychology

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103.

Role Playing Method: Learning to Avoid Cheating
Siti Khorriyatul Khotimah

Nowadays alot more teachers and educators realize that cheating behavior increase in academic setings. Students cheat in doing their homework and exam by reading books or ask their friends. This research aim is to test the influence of role playing method toward cheating behavior on undergraduate students. The type of this research is Quasi Experimental Reseacrh using Non Equivalent Control Group Posttest Only Design. The subjects are 3th undergraduate student of Psychology Program at UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya. This research take 86 subjects, diveded into experimental and control groups. The treatment, role playing method in learning given to experimental group in 3 sessions. The measurement of cheting behavior is using The Cheating Schale. Wich measure cheating behavior in 3 aspecs; attiude, tendency and behavior. The test result through t-test is t=2,454 with significance p= 0,020, indicate that there is difference of cheating on experiment group and control group. It means that there is influence of role plaing method in learning to cheathing behavior on undergraduate students.

Topic: Educational Psychology

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104.

Role of School Climate to Mediate Personality Trait on the Victim of Bullying
Sri Wahyuningsih Rahmawati

Nowdays a number of program have been implemented to address bullying. However, interventions that focus on the victims of bullying is still lacking highlights. The impact of bullying can not be underestimated, either short-term (afraid to go to school, insecurity, feeling isolated), or long-term (affecting the formation of a negative self concept, depression, emotional problems and desire to suicide). Aim of this study examine a model in which the impact of personality trait on the victim of bullying is mediated by the school climate. 723 senior high school students from five regions of Jakarta, Indonesia, be sampled in this study using purposive sampling technique. NEO PI-R , School climate scale, and My life at school check are used as measuring tools. We found that the personality trait were mediated by the school climate had a stronger effect on the victim of bulllying, compared to the direct influence of personality trait to the victims of bullying. Conclusion. The relation of traits to bullying might be enriched theoritically, and increased in predictive power by including school climate as a mediator.

Topic: Educational Psychology

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105.

LEADERSHIP MOTIVATION OF GIFTED STUDENTS IN SCHOOL ORGANIZATION
NUR EVA

Gifted students have this level of kecedersan high and positive behavioral characteristics. This potential can be developed as a basis for shaping the behavior of leadership. Developing leadership in gifted students can be done through the organizations activities in the school. The aim of this study was to know how the leadership motivation of gifted students in school organization participated. The method used is qualitative. The data was collected by interview. Data were analyzed thematically. The subjects of the study was gifted students in Junior High School. The results showed that the motivation of leadership gifted student are the desire to contribute, add to the experience, and prepare for the future.

Topic: Educational Psychology

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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF FOCUS ON FORM APPROACH IN DEVELOPING STUDENTS AND TEACHERS’ KNOWLEDGE ABOUT GRAMMAR AT RURAL PRIMARY SCHOOLS
Sumarwati

Abstract: This study aims to develop the students and teachers’ mastery of Indonesian grammar using the focus on form (FOF) approach in reading. It was a participatory action research with three cycles. The data were collected through observations, tests, and interviews. The participants were teachers and students in the third grade of three rural primary schools in Karanganyar. The findings show that the FOF learning approach was capable of improving the learning achievement. In relation to the learning process quality, the FOF approach can be effective to improve motivation in grammar mastery for both the students and teachers. The student mastery level were improved from the poor category to the moderate category.


Topic: Elementary Education

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The Efforts To Increasing Interest Study With Buzz Group Method
Dwi Cahyadi Wibowo, Ana Juliani, Simson

The aim in this research that describe Increased Interest in Learning Methods Subjects Buzz Group Class IV SDS Indonesian Sintang Hope torch academic year 2015/2016. This study uses research methods PTK using two cycles of action. Data collection techniques used are observation, indirect communication techniques and technical documentation. Data collection tool is observation form of sheets of observations, questionnaires, and documentation. Results of this study indicate that the use of methods Buzz Group on Indonesian subjects can increase student interest. In the first cycle student interest in the subject of Indonesian 67,6% and increased in the second cycle of 84.8% and for the student learning outcomes in the first cycle of 67.6% and an increase of 74.72%. While the students response to the use of methods Buzz Group is very good. This is evident from the positive response of students at 83.39% and the negative response of students at 16.61%.

Topic: Elementary Education

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108.

THE RELATIONSHIP OF MATHEMATICS ACHIEVEMENT WITH NUMERICAL ABILITY AND INTELLIGENCE
Dwi Cahyadi Wibowo, Henry Elisa

This study aims to determine the relationship of mathematics achievement with numerical ability and intelligence. The population was students of grade V SDN 05 Pontianak Kota. To get the sample, this study applied simple random sampling. Data of this research were analyzed by using product moment analyzes, and multiple regression analyzes with SPSS 18 for Windows with a significance level of 5%. The findings of this research show that (1) there is a contribution of numerical ability to mathematics achievement, (2) there is a contribution of intelligence to mathematics achievement, and (3) there is a significant contribution of numerical ability and intelligence simultaneously to mathematics achievement.

Topic: Elementary Education

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THE APPLICATION OF THE SOCIAL MODEL OF INKUIRI LEARNING TO IMPROVE THE SKILLS OF SOCIAL PROBLEM SOLVING IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
slamet widodo

The research was conducted on the basis of skills that must be mastered by students still limited to the low-level thinking. It was because the learning process conducted not to develop and to improve the skill of solving the problem. The purpose of this study were to describe the increase in the social problem-solving skills of students. The method of the research was class action research with instruments the observation sheet, test and questionnaire sheet. The data analysis technique was quantitative and qualitative description. The conclusion of the research was that the social inquiry learning model could improve social problem-solving skills students.

Topic: Elementary Education

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Profile of Self Reliance of Elementary School Student in Indonesia in Various Indicators
E. Mujahidin, Syamsuddin A. Nasution and Saiful Falah

Sexual crimes to children (pedophilia) is very anxious because children who were the victims would be traumatized in a long time. Many cases pedophilia occured in several city in Indonesia. Therefore, serious efforts have to done by building a self-reliant of children to eliminate this crime. The objective of this study was to get the profile of self-reliance of elementary school students in Indonesia. The self-reliance was determined by ten indicators of conducting activity by themselves without assistance from the elder. The ten activities were doing eating, preparing their need for school, telling with parents, choosing a game, living apart from parents, confidence as a viewpoint in public place, doing the tasks, choosing an activity, obeying the rules and making a decision. Each indicator was described in 5 scorings based on frequency (always as 5th and never as 1st score). The data was obtained from six elementary schools located in Bogor and Depok. The elementary class 1-6 is composed of student ages 6-12 years old. The students were divided in two groups, i.e. class 1-3 as a first group (922 respondents) and 4-6 as a second group (883 respondents) for data analysis. The students were chosen the score of each indicator by themselves. From all indicators as a whole, the averages score of self-reliance of first and second group were 3.30 and 3.47 respectively. Based on the percentage of respondents, the students stated always for whole indicators as much 25% and 29% from the first and the second group respectively. The score of self-reliance was occurred slightly increase as well as the percentage. The indicators that showed the significantly increasing score of self-reliance between two groups were leaving by parents, choosing an activity and confidence as a viewpoint in public place. However, the indicator that showed the decreasing of score was telling with their parents. The finding is making a decision indicator did not showed increasing as expected as a good indicator of self-reliance. Therefore, it is necessary to implement an effective handling in the further for building this personality in elementary student.

Topic: Elementary Education

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STUDENTS’ LEARNING TRAJECTORY IN LEARNING TRANSFORMATION GEOMETRY
Intan Kemala Sari

Geometry is a branch of mathematics that studies of human capabilities in spatial abstraction, measurement, geometry intuition, and visualization. As a branch of mathematics, geometry has many benefits in both basic sciences as well as in modern applied sciences. Thus the geometry becomes the material that has to be mastered by students in order to improve the quality of their life. To study the transformation geometry, the visual media can help students discover the properties of the shadow of it. The effective strategy in learning transformation geometry is a combination between visual and analytical strategy. It can be done for junior high school students because students are able to think abstractly. This research is a study to look specifically at students learning trajectories in learning transformation geometry. It can help teachers to apply learning trajectory in order to maximize students’ understanding in learning transformation geometry. This research was conducted by using design research method in three stages. The stages, namely the design of instructional design and validation stage, test design through learning in small group and learning in large group stage, and a retrospective analysis stage. While the research instruments such as hypothetical Learning Trajectory (HLT) that applied to students of class VII SMPN 1 Banda Aceh. The results of this study indicate that the learning design can become trajectories of students in understanding the material transformation into a more optimal and can solve mathematical problems related. Instructional design using visual aids is expected to be a reference for teachers in the learning process, especially in the matter of transformation.

Topic: Elementary Education

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LEADERSHIP STYLE AMONG PRE SERVICE TEACHERS IN THE PRIMARY CLASSROOM
Norrila Satari, Kharshiah Khalid, Norazmah Mohd Said, Raha Yahya, Fazidah Jonid, Nor Aziah Badri

Teacher’s leadership is no longer optional. It is important in student learning, school culture and school improvement. Leadership style is one of the elements of soft skills that need to be implemented among the trainees. This research aims to determine the leadership style among pre service teachers in the primary classroom. The methodology was a qualitative and in the research process, the “Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire” adapted from B.M.Bass and B.J.Avolio (1992) was the instrument used for data collection. Stratified random sampling technique was used for sample selection. The findings showed that there is still the pre service teachers whose their leadership style still is based on seven factors, static at the moderate level. The result also reveals that majority of the pre service primary teachers use the inspirational motivation, contingent reward and laissez-faire leadership style more than other leadership styles.

Topic: Elementary Education

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Role of the Media "OBOF" (One Bottle One Fish) to Enhance the Responsibility and Discipline of Muhammadiyah Elementary School of Gendeng Students Class IB Year 2016/2017 For Empowerment Golden Generation Efforts Towards Quality Education Development
iis Ani Safitri, Hendro Widodo, M.Pd

According to the Laws of the National Educational system section 3, instructs that education is the process of making a person to have a good quality and character. Being a person with good quality and character is very important to live in a community and to optimize human potential to be competitive in the global competition. Some characters that need to be developed include the responsibility and discipline. Based on the surveys and interviews by the writer in Muhammadiyah Elementary School of Gendeng Yogyakarta especially in class 1B year 2016/2017 shows that there are problems on the students in terms of students‘s discipline and responsibility. The majority of the students have not been aware of their obligations as not doing their homework, do not carry the picket schedules, and less enthusiastic in participating in class learning. As the result of our analysis is that the condition of the problems caused by the lack of responsibility and discipline in Muhammadiyah Elementary School of Gendeng Yogyakarta class 1B. Responsibility is an obligation to carry out a task. If it’s linked with learning process, responsibilities is the duty and obligation as a student at the school that should be done by the student himself. While, discipline is a condition that is created and formed through a process of a series of behaviors that indicate the values of faithfulness, obedience, loyalty, regularity or orderliness imposed on a place. Those values have been part of his life and it’s done regularly. OBOF (One Bottle One Fish) is one of the media in promoting responsibility and discipline toward students of Muhammadiyah Elementary School of Gendeng Yogyakarta Class IB year 2016/2017. This research uses Classroom Action Research method. Using the media OBOF in learning process at school will improve the character of responsibility and discipline of students. Thus, it will improve the quality of the golden generation, and build a better education.

Topic: Elementary Education

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IMPROVING CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS OF MALE AND FEMALE STUDENTS THROUGH DIFFERENTIATED SCIENCE INQUIRY COMBINED WITH MIND MAP
Nur Miftahul Fuad, Siti Zubaidah, Susriyati Mahanal, Endang Suarsini

The aims of this study were (1) to find out the differences of critical thinking skills among students who were given three different instruction models: differentiated science inquiry combined with mind map, differentiated science inquiry model, and conventional model, (2) to find out the differences of critical thinking skills among male and female students. This study is a quasi-experimental research with pretest-posttest nonequivalent control group design. The population in this research are the seventh grade students of junior high schools in Kediri, Indonesia. The sample of the research is in the number of 96 students distributed in three classes at different schools. The data of critical thinking skills are gained from test scores that are then analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics through ANCOVA. The result of research revealed that there are difference skills in critical thinking in different models. The highest skills in critical thinking are reached by students who were given differentiated science inquiry model combined with mind map in their learning. In addition, there are also different skills in critical thinking among male and female students. Female students have higher critical thinking skills than that of the male students.

Topic: Elementary Education

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SOME ASPECTS OF MATHEMATICIANS’ EARLY MATHEMATICAL EXPERIENCES
Darja Antolin Dresar

Early mathematical experiences of individuals play an enormous role in their cognitive development as well as in the development of attitude towards mathematics. The paper presents qualitative research where the narrative approach was applied to gain an in-depth insight into early mathematical experiences of mathematicians. Data was gathered through narrative interviews with the Slovenian and Canadian mathematicians. Qualitative content analysis of data showed that mathematicians’ early mathematical experiences were mainly positive. Findings indicated some important aspects that were revealed through their narratives about their mathematical experiences: experiencing themselves as students of mathematics, experiences with math teachers, participation in mathematical competitions and influence of parents.

Topic: Elementary Education

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ENGLISH MORPHOLOGICAL PROCESS AS THE EMPOWERING EDUCATION BASIC SCIENCE FOUNDATION AT THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FOR GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT
Inayatul Mukarromah

ENGLISH MORPHOLOGICAL PROCESS AS THE EMPOWERING EDUCATION BASIC SCIENCE FOUNDATION AT THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FOR GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT
inayatul Mukarromah@yahoo.com
IAIN Jember
Language is a tool communication. There is a need for fundamental change in education of all levels, from kindergarten to high schools, for which curriculum restructuring is one option. In this sense, the application of curriculum 2013 has to be tailored to the needs of students and society. Curriculum 2013, which is a further development of competence based curriculum initiated in curriculum 2004 and 2006 (KTSP), includes also attitudes competence, knowledge, and skills simultaneously.
Learning English is started by the word and the students will learn about word as the basic science to comprehend English language. The combination of word can increase into vocabulary so it can also increase into some variation of words. Since the definition of words is a stretch of letters that occurs between blank spaces. A word is something small that means something. “To which a devil’s advocate might respond.
Problem of the study 1.How English as the empowering education at the elementary school? 2. How students at the elementary school can increase their words based on their mind? 3. How the student’s at the elementary school ways to improve and combine word into inflections? 4. How language can carry the teaching and learning process based on linguistic aspect?
The significance of the study.1.To analyze English as the empowering education at the elementary school.2.To analyze students at the elementary school can increase their words based on their mind.3.To analyze the way how students at the elementary school improve and combine word into inflections. 4. To analyze the way to carry the teaching and learning process based on linguistic aspect
Method of this research that this method uses qualitative research. In this case the researcher tends to collect data in the site where participants experience the issue or problem under study. While the researchers collect data by using examining, documents, observing or interviewing participant.
The process of analyzing data by ongoing process involving continual reflection about the data, and writing memos throughout the study. The data analysis is conducted concurrently with gathering data, making interpretations, and writing reports. While interviewers are going on. The researcher analyze an interview collected earlier, writing memo. The researcher analyzes data based on the research problem. Those are about words based on students’ mind, the students’ way to improve and combine word into inflection and Students’ increase in cross linguistic differences in the choice of morpheme form.

Topic: Elementary Education

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Quality Management Systems in Elementary Schools (A Study of Quality Management Systems at SD Al Azhar Syifa Budi Parahyangan and SD Al Irsyad Satya Islamic School)
Prof. Dr.H. Djaman Satori,M.A; Prof.H. Abdul Aziz Wahab, MA; Dr.H. Endang Herawan, M.Pd

Quality Management Systems in Elementary Schools
(A Study of Quality Management Systems at SD Al Azhar Syifa Budi Parahyangan and SD Al Irsyad Satya Islamic School)



The poor quality management system practices in schools, ranging from method, sequence determination, to interaction of processes, are affected by the lack of integration in the quality management system. Most schools merely adopt the system without developing it into a medium to build school quality, both as a culture and philosophy. The existing quality management system has not been implemented to ensure the meeting of customers’ needs as a whole, including equal access to quality education. School commitment to meet the general requirements, especially in relation to human resources, budget, and information as operational support for system monitoring and control, is still weak. The research aims to describe and analyze the implementation of Quality Management Systems at SD Al Azhar Syifa Budi Parahiyangan and SD Al Irsyad Satya Islamic School. The research adopted inductive paradigm to construct reality. It employed purposive sampling with snowball technique to determine the participants. Quality policy shows management commitment. In quality planning, the quality objectives are focused on customers. The organizations face some obstacles, especially in terms of human resource support and budget lateness. Their quality guidelines have not specifically described the requirements appropriate to the organizations’ characteristics. Support of the organizational structure is still weak. There has been no independent organizational structure to assure quality. Evaluation has not been fully done by the schools and is still limited particularly in terms of evaluation and analysis tools functioning to predict changes in the factors shaping quality schools. In conclusion, the policy, planning, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation as the functions of a quality management system are sustainable processes that continue to improve. School commitment should be realized by meeting the requirements of quality management system as a continuous process.





Topic: Elementary Education

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OBSTACLES AND FAILURE OF THE GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS ON DISTRIBUTION OF TEACHER AND EDUCATION QUALITY IN THE DISTRICT OF SUKABUMI
Dr. Ahmad Yani, M.Si. and Rosita, S.Si., MA

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a computer-based software that can process data and overlapping of thematic maps to produce information. The GIS can use to describe the spread of the location of school, the distribution of teachers with different qualifications and teaching duties, planning the construction of physical facilities, handling of schools in remote areas, distribution of a wide range of assistance for the improvement of teachers qualification, distribution of assistance to students who are vulnerable drop out, distribution of funds for damaged classrooms, distribution of National Examination score, and others. This study used a descriptive approach of the research and development of GIS previously conducted in Sukabumi. The results showed that the development of GIS database is basically quite easy, but it is still difficult is handling an ongoing basis. Education Department in the area of research not yet felt the need in the presence of GIS as a technology helped the management education that has been built so that SIG cannot continue. In addition, the Department of Education in the area of research not yet had operators and managers with sufficient capacity so that there is a tendency SIG becomes a burden on the budget for the Education Department. To overcome obstacles and failure of systems required three steps: (1) demonstrate the advantages of GIS in decision-making processes of distribution of teachers and mapping the quality of education, (2) establish a system crawl ongoing data collection, and (3) providing managers and operators SIG bound to the duty official.

Topic: Geographic information Systems in Education

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THE PERFORMANCE OF PERMANENT LECTURERS OF INFORMATHIC IN PRIVATE HIGHER EDUCATION IN BANDUNG CITY
Datu Nuna T Bakti, Aan Komariah

Lecturer’s performance in implementing three responsibilities of higher education (Tri Dharma Perguruan Tinggi) can determine the overall performance of an institution. Many variables can influence lecturers performance such as head study program’s leadership, lecturer’s compensation, organization commitment, and achievement motivation. Therefore, this study aims to analyze to what extend the influence of those variables either partially or simultaneously on lecturers performance and to recommend lecturers performance improvements hypothetical model in private higher education in Bandung City.
The method used in this research is a survey and statistical correlation analysis to test the hypothesis to described the relationship among the variables of this study. The population in this study is 297 permanent lecturers of Informathics Department of private higher education in Bandung City, while the sample was determined by using Slovin formula with 5% accuracy level and obtained a sample of 188 lecturers. Meanwhile, respondents in the study are lecturers and students. The analysis technique used is multiple regrression analysis.
The study concluded that the lecturer’s performance of informathics department of private higher education in Bandung city is good enough. This is because the implementation of three responbilities of higher education (Tri Dharma Perguruan Tinggi) is still not balanced. These is a cumulation of teaching load, so the lecturera still cannot carry the duties in the field of research and community services. The variables of leadership of head of study program, lecturers compensation, organization commitment and achievement motivation simultaneously and partially affects the performances of lecturers. This mean s that the level of lecturers performance is determined by those variables. Of the fours variables, leadership of head of study program has a very significan variable that influences on the performances of the lecturer. The study offers an hypothetical model of increasing of lecturers performance and recommendations. The given recommendations for the development and improvement of the lecturer’s performance are a proportional and fair working time management, equable remuneration system, planning of lecturers scientific expertise, and foundation that manage private higher educatiaon capacity building.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

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IMPLEMENTATION OF KNWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN HIGHER EDUCATION (Case Study at the Bandung Institute of Technology). By Dani Sopandi, (NIM. 1103826) Supervised by: Prof. H. Udin Syaefudin Saud, Ph.D., Prof. Dr. H. Djaman Satori, MA., Prof. Dr. Ir. Soemarto, MSIE.
omar dani sopandi

The focus of this study is to analyze the implementation of knowledge management at the college which consists of technical policy implementation of knowledge management, knowledge management implementation process and knowledge sharing in the implementation of the Knowledge Management in college. The purpose of this study terdeskripsikannya: technical policy support knowledge management (KM) in college; implementing Knowledge Management (KM); share knowledge (knowledge sharing) in knowledge management (KM), and formulate a hypothetical model of implementation of knowledge management in college. Position and importance of the implementation of knowledge management in higher education institutions due to run viability and competitiveness of this organization is largely determined by human capital as an intangible asset that is inherent in human resources. The method used descriptive analitif through case studies. Data collected through in-depth interviews, observation, and documentation study. The data analysis was conducted of data through data reduction, data presentation, drawing conclusions and verification. The results showed that: technical policy support for knowledge management at the ITB indicated in the vision, mission and objectives of the ITB; implementation of knowledge management at the ITB viewed from the aspect of people (people) is done through the development of human resource competencies, knowledge management processes are aligned with the increased focus Tridharma perguruan tinggi with the use of information technology to support knowledge management available in a digital library. Knowledge sharing in ITB is still largely done offline individual tacit knowledge shared through experience in everyday social interaction to create new tacit knowledge is done through several ways including through meetings, workshops, seminars, and so forth.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

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IMPLEMENTATION OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN HIGHER EDUCATION (Case Study at the Bandung Institute of Technology). By Dani Sopandi, (NIM. 1103826) Supervised by: Prof. H. Udin Syaefudin Saud, Ph.D., Prof. Dr. H. Djam’an Satori, MA., Prof. Dr. Ir. Soemarto, MSIE.
omar dani sopandi

The focus of this study is to analyze the implementation of knowledge management at the college which consists of technical policy implementation of knowledge management, knowledge management implementation process and knowledge sharing in the implementation of the Knowledge Management in college. The purpose of this study terdeskripsikannya: technical policy support knowledge management (KM) in college; implementing Knowledge Management (KM); share knowledge (knowledge sharing) in knowledge management (KM), and formulate a hypothetical model of implementation of knowledge management in college. Position and importance of the implementation of knowledge management in higher education institutions due to run viability and competitiveness of this organization is largely determined by human capital as an intangible asset that is inherent in human resources. The method used descriptive analitif through case studies. Data collected through in-depth interviews, observation, and documentation study. The data analysis was conducted of data through data reduction, data presentation, drawing conclusions and verification. The results showed that: technical policy support for knowledge management at the ITB indicated in the vision, mission and objectives of the ITB; implementation of knowledge management at the ITB viewed from the aspect of people (people) is done through the development of human resource competencies, knowledge management processes are aligned with the increased focus Tridharma perguruan tinggi with the use of information technology to support knowledge management available in a digital library. Knowledge sharing in ITB is still largely done offline individual tacit knowledge shared through experience in everyday social interaction to create new tacit knowledge is done through several ways including through meetings, workshops, seminars, and so forth.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

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Quality Management in Tourism Education
Anang Sutono

Increasing competition of tourism world is less responded by higher tourism education institutions. Demands of the quality tourism college graduates increased along with the growth of tourism industry. Carrying capacity of tourism development does not expect cheap prices. One of the important thing is the quality of human resources that produced by higher tourism education institutions that have good quality. Policies, standards, and quality management should be a unity in governance in order to produce graduates who are qualified in accordance with the needs of the tourism world.The research objective is to obtain an overview and to analyze policies, standards, and quality management as well as develop a hypothetical model of quality management of tourism education institutions. The approach of this research is qualitative research with case study at Trisakti Institute of Tourism, Jakarta. The analyzing steps use interactive model.
The result of this research showed that the quality policies just continue the elder policies, there is not yet new quality policy. Education quality standards arranged by government policies, there is not yet new quality standards that improved after there are new government policies (improvements are still in the process). Education quality planning refers to government policy and identifying problems to focus on the quality of teaching and learning, there is no support by human resources in planning process and improvement internal quality system concept. Organizing the quality of education is the responsibility of the chairman of MR and at operational level especially socialization and quality system documentation is still lacking (there is no unit or quality group of each study program or department). Implementation of quality education focused on teaching and learning, the quality system is still limited of quality implementation to ensure the quality of teaching and learning. The main activities and supporting activities have not yet a quality manual as guidance in the implementation of qualified activities. Education quality control and monitoring restricted on activities that related with teaching and learning (focus on student).Recommendation from this research is the require to optimize the function of the quality culture and transformative leader in optimizing the performance of policies, the establishment of quality standards as a norm and establishing quality management system that produces excellent graduates.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

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Nigerian Economy and its Higher Education Sector-An Overview
Sani Ahmed (PhD)

The study looks at Higher education in Nigeria which encompasses a range of about 128 institutions, and it is largely provided by the public sector. The impact of these higher education institutions has not keep abreast with development in the labor market. The system has suffered a lot from limited accessibility, low quality and relevance and inadequate resources to meet emerging challenges. The funding of higher education institutions in Nigeria during the last 54 years of its existence as a sovereign nation suggests that there exist a chronic under-funding of the system, both at the public and the private level. The constant demand of the citizenry of the country to have access to higher education also continues to create more pressure to expand the capacity of higher education in Nigeria. In the context of high or proportionate of population growth in Nigeria in which the majority are youth, the present number of higher education institutions is rather small to provide equitable access to higher education institutions in Nigeria. The serious issue of inadequate financing of the higher education institutions in Nigeria and the proclivity to make adequate expansion is chanced upon with several challenges as identified in the main text of this research.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

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LOCAL GOVERNMET AND SCHOOL ACTS THE ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE IN EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT
H Syaiful Sagala

This study is to find out the organization culture in administration and management of education which was done by local government and school. This study concerning about administration and management that applied in education coordination from the local government and school that cannot detached by its function i.e. planning, organizing, directing, and controlling. Bring up to date the functions of management to local government and school as an education institution that applied the culture of local government organization, school culture, school quality, and creativity that may approved to achieve the purposes. Education and management administration activate from four main principles, that is the main purposes connect people which has same purposes, the main process combining people which has same competency or same technology, the people uses school service, and the school location. Organization culture in administration system and management education in local government and good quality school administration build and construct the dynamic relation and compatible to achieve the standardization purposes.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

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Teachers’ leadership and effective management in higher education
Sujarwoto, Irwan Noor, and Taufik A. Al-Fajri

Teachers’ leadership and effective management are the heart of higher education quality. This study examines teachers’ leadership and effective management in higher education in a developing country context. We construct LEMM (Leadership and Effective Management Measure) and apply to 150 undergraduate students at the Department of Public Administration Brawijaya University, Malang, East Java, Indonesia. Multiple Indicator Multiple Causes (MIMIC) model is used to account for unobserved heterogeneities or latent variables of leadership and effective management. The results show strong relationship between teacher leadership and effective management. Effective management has stronger effect on student’s learning outcome than teacher leadership. Effective learning delivery is the most important factors of effective management. The findings highlight the importance of developing effective teacher management to improve learning outcome in higher education in the poor country context.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

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Contributions professionality of lecturers, organizational resources, organizational climate and leadership to the performance of study program At Public universities in Bandung
Bambang Trisno

Nowadays, qualification of the higher education system in Indonesia is using national and global accreditation as a major assessment in the leading university. To attain this required a high quality performance in institutions at the university. In this dissertation put forward some of the main variables that play an important role in establishing the performance of study program in the public higher education. This study discusses the value of the contribution of professionality of lecturers, organizational resources, organizational climate and Leadership in the study program at three public universities in Bandung; with the aim of obtaining an overview empirically either partially or simultaneously of the four independent variables which contributing to the performance of study in public higher education at Bandung. The research process are reviewed through a quantitative approach with hypothesis : There are contributions professionality of the lecturers, the organizations resources, organizational climate and leadership simultaneously and partial on the performance study programs at public universities; and methods of data analysis using descriptive statistics and inferential statistics through path analysis to test f test to simultaneously test and t test for the partial test. Will be conducted through survey data collection in the field and interviews with the leaders of the study program. Lecturers and faculty management and the collection of documents, journal references related to the performance pattern of higher education institutions in the study program in public universities. From these results obtained simultaneously empirical description of the representative of the positive contribution of the four variables: the professionality of lecturers, organizational climate, organizational resources and the leadership of study program in the public higher education in Bandung as independent variables.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

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Impact of Higher Education on the Globalization Communication (Case Study; viewpoint of Faculty Members of Mahallat Brach)
Farhad Shafiepour Motlagh,PhD

The total purpose of this research was to study impact of higher education’s components of curriculum on the perceived globalization communication. The methodology of this research was descriptive-correlation. Data analyzed by Pearson test and structural equation Model (SEM )test. Statistical community comprises of all of the faculty members of mahallat Brach. All of the statistical community selected because of limited community. The instruments of research were three questionnairs: 1.questionnair of higher education’ impacts of Five components of curriculum on globalization communication (α=0.96). 2. Questionnaire of perceived globalization communication (α =0.91), 3. Questionnaire of faculty members’ change theory(α =0.93). The total results revealed that there were relationship between higher education’ impacts of Five components of curriculum and perceived globalization communication (P<0.05). Faculty members’ change theory mediates the relationship between higher education’ impacts of Five components of curriculum and perceived globalization communication. The empirical model of this research was good fitness.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

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A Case Study on English Camp in UNISSA: An approach towards interactive learning outside the classroom
LIZA MARIAH HJ AZAHARI

This paper will look at a case study on English Camp which was an activity coordinated at the Sultan Sharif Ali Islamic University in 2011. English Camp is a fun and motivation filled activity which brings students and teachers together outside of the classroom setting into a more diverse environment. It also enables teacher and students to gain proximate time together for a mutual purpose which is to explore the language in a more dynamic and relaxed way. First of all, the study will look into the background of English Camp, and how it was introduced and implemented from different contexts. Thereafter, it will explain the objectives of the English Camp coordinated at our university, UNISSA, and what types of activities were conducted. It will then evaluate the effectiveness of the camp as to what extent it managed to meet its motto, which was to foster dynamic interactive learning of English Language. To conclude, the paper presents a potential for further research on the topic as well as a guideline for educators who wish to coordinate the activity. Proposal for collaboration in this activity is further highlighted and encouraged within the paper for future implementation and endeavor.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

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Locally Relevant University: An Alternative Framework to Indonesian Higher Education Institutions
Defta Oktafiga

As higher learning organizations, universities need an appropriate framework to thrive. In Indonesia, universities have rapidly grown since the 1980s (Weick, 2011). Lately, many Indonesian universities use a world-class university (WCU) as their framework. Unfortunately, the framework might be only appropriate for few well-established public universities. As a result, many other small private universities might need a different framework to grow. This paper proposes that different framework. As the alternative framework, locally relevant university (LRU) provides a platform that would benefit many Indonesian universities. Differently from the WCU, the LRU offers many more feasible-achieved benefits for Indonesian higher education institutions.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

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Effectiveness Study of Entrepreneurship In Higher Education (Case Study at Ciputra University Surabaya)
Dr. Riema Afriani Kusumadewi

This study was motivated by an understanding that entrepreneurship education can be a tool to enhance the competitiveness of a nation also be a way to solve the explosion of unemployment, job creation and improve the economy of the nation. Entrepreneurship education is an education in learning to integrate systematically and thoroughly entrepreneurship to give the younger generation who is able to be financially independent. One of the universities in Indonesia that offer entrepreneurship education is Ciputra University of Surabaya. The objective of this study , first : identify the philosophy and the vision and mission of the convening of entrepreneurship education at the Ciputra University , two students gain an overview of the criteria and characteristics of graduates produced by the University of Ciputra want . Third identify the characteristics of faculty who can support the effectiveness of entrepreneurship education at the Ciputra University . Fourth identify policy in determining the curriculum program at Ciputra University . Fifth identify learning culture / learning settings Entrepreneurship Education at Ciputra University . Sixth identify indicators of success of the convening of entrepreneurship education at the Ciputra University. Seventh identify the monitoring and evaluation of the convening of entrepreneurship education at Ciputra University . And Eighth find alternative models of effective entrepreneurship education for higher education.
The research method used was a qualitative method. Qualitative research approach used is a case study, the process of data collection is done through observation unstructured, in depth interview, and documentation. Determination of the respondents were purposively sampled and snowball. Responden are leader of university, faculty, tudents and ex stident. The Steps in this research include: developing categories, developing instruments, collecting field data, describe, discuss and conclude, checking validity, prepare research report.
The research conclusion are First: entrepreneurship education is an education that is able to change the mindset and realize the spirit and the spirit of entrepreneurship . ; The second : the characteristics of graduates of entrepreneurship education is a figure that has a soul , characteristics and competencies of a entrepreneur. Third : There are no standards for faculty characteristics that support entrepreneurship education . Fourth : Policy Entrepreneurship Education Curriculum marked by educational programs and teaching ; and fifth : Setting Learning entrepreneurship education leads to learning entrepreneurial university . Sixth : one indicator of the success of entrepreneurship education one of which can be seen from the creation of new businesses . seventh : there is no specific standard in the monitoring and evaluation of education last entrepreneurship.and the last Effective Entrepreneurship Education is education that meets the RAISE criteria , and education that could change the mindset and change the habits .Hypothetical model of effective entrepreneurship education, which is proposed in this dissertation is expected to be an alternative to the development effectiveness of entrepreneurship education in higher education.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

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ROLE OF MANAGEMENT CURRICULUM CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT IN ACADEMIC HIGHER EDUCATION IN ISLAM
NURSANJAYA ABDULLAH

The role of curriculum management in the development of the academic culture in Islamic universities is done by orienting the role of curriculum management in the preservation of the values, the cultural development of society, labor, development of student competence, the future of science and technology, and Islam as a religion that continues to move dynamically , Therefore, becomes a necessity when the Islamic university or college-based Islam actually play an active role in developing a culture through the implementation of Islamic-based academic curriculum management in accordance with the autonomy of higher education and science.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

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Performance “Research” at Universitas Negeri Padang - West Sumatra
Dr. Hanif Al Kadri, M.Pd

ABSTRACT

Performance “Research”
at Universitas Negeri Padang
West Sumatra

by: Dr. Hanif Al Kadri, M.Pd.
Faculty of Education
Padang State University
West Sumatera
Indonesia
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Some negative facts that deserve attention from institutions researce Padang State University (UNP), which are; (1) decreased quite dramatically faculty involvement in research activities in the Padang State University for the past two years. The fact that was found was that of 20%, the involvement of faculty in research activities at UNP decreased to 14%. This should get special attention from the university, because according to researchers if this is allowed then it is impossible to carry out lecturers UNP Tridharma of faculty. Because science will not develop without research. (2) The other fact that researchers found is that by the year 2014, yet up to 30% of the results of successful research faculty published in national scientific journals. In addition, less than 5% of the results of these studies were able to enter the international journal publications. In our view, it indicates a lack of public recognition of the quality of research results lecturers dilingan Padang State University.
The facts should be defended as proof of effort and motivation on imaging and quality of Padang State University as a university that bears Tridharma as a key task. The facts in question is; (1) Data for 2014 until now that the field level research universities (including faculty, majors and courses), experienced a tremendous surge in both quality and quantity. (2) The LPM data show that in 2013, there are 100% of lecturers are involved in service activities. Based on the results of direct surveys conducted LPM- UNP showed that the level of satisfaction of the community served in the proportion of service activities lecturer reach 75%.


Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

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The Development of Evaluation System of Teachers’ Performance for Improving the Quality of Vocational Education
Selfy Manueke1, Debby Willar2, Revleen Kaparang3

Manado State Polytechnic is one of higher education institutions in Indonesia, which conducts vocational education. As a higher education institution, Manado State Polytechnic should implement the three activities of higher education (Tri Dharma Perguruan Tinggi) effectively and objectively, namely Education, Research, and Community Services. To ensure that the three activities were carried out in a professional manner, and provide maximum results by teachers, an evaluation system of teachers’ performance is needed. Based on the previous research, there are several models used by the institution to evaluate their teachers’ performance on the Three Activities. The models seem overlapping. This study is aimed to develop an evaluation system of teacher’s performance for the improvement of the quality of vocational education, which is developed using Information Technology Application. The research methodologies used consist of documents’ review, survey and Focus Group Discussion. Documents’ review (regulations) and survey (teachers) are used to collect information and develop attributes for designing an evaluation system. Meanwhile, Focus Group Discussion is used to confirm that the attributes and the assessment components are feasible to several important parties in the institution, such as Top Management who is responsible for decision making, Head of Department who is responsible for making assessment of her/his teacher’s activities, to Credit Point Assessor who is responsible to assess the credit points achieved by teachers over carrying out the three activities and the teachers themselves. The results from the documents’ review indicated that there are 16 attributes of Education activities, 18 attributes of Research Activities, 13 attributes of Community Services, and additionally there are 33 attributes of Supporting Activities other than the Three Main Activities of teachers in Higher Education. From the results of documents’ review then the system is designed by including the above attributes. The results from Focus Group Discussion with Top Management, Heads of Department, Heads of Study Program, Credit Point Assessors, and several teachers from six departments indicate that the system is feasible and applicable for the source of evaluating the performance of teacher. Thus, both management of the institution, department, and teacher will have an accurate data for several purposes particularly in improving the teacher’s quality in carrying out the Three Activities. Moreover, the system is possibly integrated into Information System existed in Manado State Polytechnic, thus it can be accessed online through website. The system may also be referenced by other institutions.


Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

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Examining Dual Accounting Standards in the Indonesian Public Service Agency: Cases of Higher Education
Budi Waluyo

EXTENDED ABSTRACT

BACKGROUND
Public sector management reform has experienced a shift in the balance between bureaucratic autonomy and bureaucratic integration, marked by ‘agencification’ (Thynne, 2003). The financial inflexibility encourages the civil service organization to become autonomous, called ‘agency’ or quasi autonomous non-governmental bodies – quangos (Flinders and Smith, 1999; Pollit et al., 2004; Kickert, 2010; Jung, 2014). Many have claimed that the idea of agencification would trigger the agency to be more professional, their management would be more business-like, and they would offer higher quality services compared to traditional government bureaucracy (Osborne and Gaebler, 1992; Pollitt et al., 2001) as they have a minimum standard of service delivery (Waluyo, 2007). Apart from better output quality, agencies are expected to be more efficient public service providers (e.g. Bach, 2012; Pollitt et al., 2001). On the other hand, a recent study found a negative effect of agencification on both public sector output and efficiency (Overman and Van Thiel, 2015).

Agencification became widely recognized that an increase in cost-efficiency was inevitable, that modern models and techniques of business management had to be introduced. Furthermore, the civil service opened its doors and minds for a new paradigm in public service delivery (Salamun and Waluyo, 2011) and modern financial management techniques (Kosar, 2011; Waluyo, 2014). For many of the same reasons, agencification has also taken place in Indonesia since 2005 by the establishment of a financial management model of Public Service Agency (Badan Layanan Umum, BLU). The Indonesian administration has extensively used the agency model. In the period 2005 to 2014, there were 689 business-like agencies established in Indonesia consisting of 150 central agencies and 539 local agencies.

Higher educations in Indonesia have experienced significant changes since implementation of agencification. In Indonesian context, the higher education model is so diverse. Thus, there may be considerable within-group variability in relation to the implementation of dual accounting standards. A similar change model and purpose may result different outcome depending upon the circumstances in which it is applied. In order to address the issue of possible variability, this study examines and assesses the accounting and reporting aspect of higher educations.

This study deeply look at the micro level how the dual accounting standards is now implemented in the context of business-like agency. It endeavours to explore the distinctive accounting and reporting aspects implemented at the agency. This research explores the overarching question: have dual accounting standards in the Indonesian higher educations facilitated effective business-like agency model?

The purpose of this research is to contribute to both theoretical areas and practical fields. It focuses on examining the use of dual accounting standards in supporting business-like agency through an exploration of the experiences of Indonesia. Accounting discussion includes conceptual framework, definition, recognition, measurement, disclosure, financial statement, and accountability and control system.

METHOD
The project employs qualitative case study, which is supported by descriptive statistical analysis to provide a deep analysis of one institutional practice. It adopts systematic and comprehensive approaches regarding basic concepts and data. Various statistics are used to bolster the evidence. The exploration of dual accounting standards in the agency cannot be considered without the context of business-like model. It is only in these agencies that dual accounting standards are developed and utilized. Cases are useful to understand how the standards are developed in the process of implementing business-like agency. The research uses cases in Indonesia as the most rapidly growing countries in implementing business-like agency. Research objects of the thesis include all of the Indonesian Higher Education as of 2015, counted 61 institutions.

The results are analysed through the comparison of accounting standards, before and after these changes, with a view to exploring whether their rationales are appropriate. Furthermore, it also examines the constraints which influence their financial performance. Data collection methods include documentary analysis and interviews. The main data includes documentary analysis, which involves the study of many official documents, government papers, committee reports, and other documents. A number of interviews are conducted with persons who played a key role at the agencies, mainly including the head of accounting division.

FINDINGS
Investigation in Indonesia shows poor financial performance of higher educations indicated by a large and growing deficit, counted IDR 5,084,209 million in 2005 to IDR 11,247,957 million in 2013. Thus, the government has to subsidize them, financing their deficits every year. The transformations are considered having insignificant effect to develop a sustainable financial performance. Business-like agency model is not considered as an ideal agency relationship and does not increase efficiency in resource utilization due to problems revealed. This condition leads consequences of less optimum benefit to the higher educations and society.

According to government regulation, BLUs are subjected to two accounting standards, consisting of Government Accounting Standard (GAS) and Financial Accounting Standard (FAS). GAS is an accounting standard issued by central government for all government institutions. While FAS is the standard for business or private organizations, issued by Accounting Association. Consequently, BLUs have to prepare two different financial reports in accordance with each standard. Some BLUs able to complete all financial reports on time. The rest have problems in financial reporting due to manual book keeping system and lack of accounting system primarily for assets and costs. One of the influencing factors for financial reporting is culture. Employees are not accustomed to working in a fast paced schedule.

A central feature of accounting in the Indonesian higher education is that there is an unnecessary dual reporting. Furthermore, changing the accounting standard is considered not a “panacea” for all financial problems at the higher educations. There are still some serious constraints that could hinder the higher educations to improve their performance as some existing mechanisms make the accounting system unable of being maximally implemented. The weaknesses and the hindrances are particularly in the accounting system and financial reporting system.

REFERENCES
[1] Bach, T 2012, ‘Germany.’ In Government Agencies: Practices and Lessons from 30 Countries, edited by K. Verhoest, S. V. Thiel, G. Bouckaert, and P. Lægreid. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
[2] Flinders, M and Smith, M 1999, Realizing the Democratic Potential of Quangos, in Flinders, M and Smith, M. eds., Quangos, Accountability and Reform : The Politics of Quasi-Government, Macmillan Press, LTD, London.
[3] Jung, CS 2014, Agencification and Quangocratisation of Cultural Organisation in the U.K. and South Korea: Theory and Policy, PhD thesis, University of Exeter.
[4] Kickert, and JM Walter 2010, European Group for Public Administration, NIG Annual Work Conference, Maastricht: November 25–26.
[5] Kosar, KR 2011, The Quasi Government: Hybrid Organizations with Both Government and Private Sector Legal Characteristics, Congressional Research Service: CRS Report for Congress, RL30533: June 22.
[6] Osborne, D, and T Gaebler 1992, Reinventing Government: How the Entrepreneurial Spirit is Transforming the Public Sector, A Plum Book, New York.
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[14] Waluyo, B 2016, Agencification in the Indonesian Public Service: Cases of Higher Education, Paper for International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM) Conference 2016. Proceeding in progress.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

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PROSPECTIVE STUDENT INTEREST IN STUDY PROGRAM: HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDONESIA (A Preliminary Study in Comparing the Interest in Mathematics Education and Pure Mathematics)
Dian Cahyawati-S

The purpose of this research was to describe the interest of prospective students in study programs in public higher education in Indonesia. Data of prospective students who interest in study programs in public higher education were drawn from the official website SBMPTN in 2014. In that website, can be found participants data of public higher education enrolment test selection. Number of sample was 37 of 74 public higher education which choosen by proportional random sampling according to the division of public higher education region. Data was analyzed descriptively about percentage of each study programs in public higher education according to field of science-and-technology and social-and-humanities. Furthermore, percentage of mathematics education’s prospective students were compared to percentage of pure mathematics’ prospective students. The result showed that percentage of prospective students in field of science-and-technology was higher than social-and-humanities in various region, except in Region 4. In general, the study programs that were interested more by prospective students in science-and-technology field were Medical Education, Information Engineering Education, and Civil Engineering. The study programs that were interested more in social-and-humanities field were Elementary Teacher Education, Indonesian Language and Literature Education, Accounting, Law, and Management. Popularity Mathematics Education was always in the top position of the pure Mathematics study programs, for various senior high school backgrounds. Prospective students from senior high school in natural science program background tend to give smaller probabillity of selecting Mathematics Education study program than prospective students from senior high school in social science program background. The results of this study are expected to be used as consideration to increase or decrease the capacity of certain study program. The results can be used too as consideration to increase employment based on the number of each study program graduates.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

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Teaching Indonesian as Foreign Language in Indonesia: Impact of Professional Managerial on Process and Student Outcomes
Kundharu Saddhono

Indonesian has now become part of popular language in the world. Therefore there needs to be an effort for learning Indonesian for foreign speakers can be performed well. So that the learning process can be conducted properly it needs professional management. Management BIPA program consists of various aspects, both organizers of the program BIPA, students, faculty, and other aspects that support. Study BIPA program managers was conducted in 10 provinces in Indonesia, namely Padang, Medan, Jakarta, Bandung, Solo, Malang, Denpasar, Lombok, Makassar and Banjarmasin. From the results of the study found that professional and integrated management will produce satisfactory results. Foreign students become quickly master the Indonesian language is good and right with their professional management. The management of course related to the learning process is organized in BIPA program. Of course, a series of learning activities and cultural practices also become an integral part in the process of mastering their language competence and cultured Indonesia. Thus the organization of BIPA program will be more professional and performance can be measured properly.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

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Effective Leadership in Quality Assurance for Higher Education
Priska Maranata Setiawati

This paper provides an overview of effective leadership in quality assurance for Higher Education. The author wrote this paper based on qualitative approach with literature review method. Leaders of institutions of Higher Education play key role in leading their subordinates to work together in assuring the quality of their institutions of Higher Education. If leaders of institutions of Higher Education implement effective leadership, they will be able to lead their institutions of Higher Education in assuring its quality continually. The attributes of effective leadership are proactive; visionary, having internal focus, having external focus, having integrity, having flexibility, having entrepreneurial skill, bringing values, giving chance, and supporting change.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

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STUDY ON THE FRONT LINES EMPOYER SERVICE IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Taufani C. Kurniatun Elin Rosalin

The idea of this research is related to the responsibility of Frontline employees (FLE), which has an important role in supporting the successful delivery of services to support the achievement of customer satisfaction through the delivery service encounter. In a business environment services, customer satisfaction is often influenced by the quality of interpersonal relationships and interactions between customers and FLE. So far the aspect of increasing the quantity of Higher Education has not been followed by an increase in quality (Azra, 2006). Marketing services is an approach to improve the quality of education through efforts to improve service excellence in the delivery of services and reduce the gap between user expectations with what is provided by the service provider. The research question is formulated to answer: (1) What types of administrative service encounter. (2) How to Program service recovery (3) How qualified FLE, (4) What level of Quality of Service, and (5 How is the relationship between the variables.
Generally, this study aims to determine the effect of service encounter on the quality of services and their impact on service recovery effort underway and switching intention.
Referring to the limits and in accordance with the purpose of the research that has been formulated, this study used survey methods Company (Explanatory Survey Method). Although the description also contains descriptions, but as a form of qualitative research focus is on the explanation of causality. The study population namely college students in West Java which consists of non State University State Owned Legal Entity, State Universities State Owned Legal Entity, an accredited Colleges, Universities, Private non accredited.
The results showed: Based on the discussion and research results can be stated that the general administrative services at four universities, namely the Universities of non-owned Legal Entity State, State Universities State Owned Legal Entity, Colleges accredited, Colleges non-accreditation does not show a significant difference. Performance of service delivery in all four types of universities shows the range was quite good, especially in the aspect of selection of new admissions, college preparation and lectures and exams. An important finding of this study is all the college has not shown the optimal performance of the delivery of services, especially in the aspect of service attitude administrative employees. In general, the attitude of the employees at the time of contact is still far from adequate.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

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Effectiveness Management of The Teachers Professional Development by Local Governments. Case Study in Bogor District
Aty Susanti (Reseacher) Prof. H. Udin S Sa’ud, Ph.D (Promotor) Prof. Dr. H. Abdul Azis Wahab, MA (Co-Promotor) Prof. H. Ace Suryadi, M.Sc, Ph.D (Member)

The quality of education in Indonesia is largely due to low qualification and competence of teachers. Various forms ranging from the training system, the compensation system for professional performance, self assesment and induction has not been fully optimized, so that the development system to improve the professionalism of teachers are expected to resolve some of the problems faced in the effective management of human resources in the education and schooling still need to be improved both conceptually and practically. Based on this, this study aims to analyze the effectiveness of the management of teacher professional development in Bogor district that includes:need analysis, planning, implementation, evaluation and designing an alternative model of effectiveness of teachers professional development to local goverments in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. The research method used was a qualitative method. Qualitative research approach used is a case study, the process data collection is done through in depth interview and documentation. Determination of the respondents were purposively sampled and snowball. Responden are Dinas Pendidikan, Badan Kepegawaian Pendidikan Pelatihan (BKPP), Principal and Teachers in Bogor District. The result showed the essential findings related to: 1) analysis of the need for teacher professional school does not yet include the conditions detailed school; 2) the difficulty of preparing meet the needs of professional teachers; 3) implementation of training is not optimal; 4) evaluation of non-technical factors are rarely a concern amongst raining providers. So, need for improvement in teachers development program.

Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

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Training Management Effectiveness at Private College Lecture (Case Studies STMIK Nusa Mandiri Jakarta, STMIK Nusa Mandiri Sukabumi and STIBA Nusa Mandiri Ciputat
Erna Kusumawati

Training is a means to develop the competence of lecturers in terms of skills, knowledge and attitudes. The study evaluated the effectiveness of management training in Nusa Mandiri STMIK Jakarta, STMIK Nusa Mandiri Sukabumi and STIBA Nusa Mandiri. The research method uses descriptive qualitative approach with case studies. Selection of data sources using purposive sampling and snowball technique. Data collection using in-depth interviews, observation and documentation study. Informant interviews consisted of the faculty leaders, lecturers and students. Analysis of data by data reduction, data display and data verification.
Concluded that in general that the delivery of training is still not effective, it is seen from the training have not planned effectively, is relevant, but not specifically defined, difficult to measure and there is no time frame. The curriculum used at this time is not in accordance with the demands that have been changed, the material overlaps, there is no continuity between the learning material, as well as the lack of support duties and functions as a lecturer. The training material has been prepared with reference to the target and the existing training curriculum.
Systematic preparation of training manuals and lesson plans have been made well enough in the format as a complete reference to existing theories. But the substance of which are set out in the training manual, especially the learning is still a routine activity that tends to be a formality so not much change in accordance with the demands of the environment. Training facilities that are directly used for the learning process are already available and sufficient. The services provided are good enough, assessment has not been done thoroughly. Difficult to measure skills and attitudes. Training can provide increased competence and also improve the quality of the organizations work.
The need to create a system of quality assurance for the facilitator, participants, facilities and training methods. Availability of resources and management commitment to support the implementation of quality assurance management training.

Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

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THE IMPACT OF PRINCIPAL’S LEADERSHIP AND WORK CLIMATE ON TEACHERS LEADERSHIP WITH WORK MOTIVATION AS INTERVENING VARIABLE AT SEKOLAH DASAR ISLAM TERPADU (SDIT) AL ISLAM KUDUS
Juliana (msjuliana08@gmail.com) and Niko Sudibjo (niko.sudibjo@uph.edu)

SDIT Al Islam is one of the favorite Islamic schools in Kudus with “A” level accreditation for three respective years. However, pre-study analysis shows there is a gap between the teachers’ expectations and the realities. The purpose of this study is to identify the impact of principal’s leadership and working climate on teachers’ leadership at SDIT Al Islam with motivation as intervening variable. The research is a quantitative approach, implementing an path analysis method which involves 40 teachers as the total population of the school. The data is calculated with Smart Partial Least Square (PLS) Software. The result shows that principal’s leadership, working climate and motivation have a positive impact on teachers’ leadership

Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

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CORE SOFT SKILL FOR TEACHER, IDENTIFICATION AND ITS DEVELOPMENT
Kartika Hajati; dede rahmat Hidayat

The quality of education of a country will depend on the quality of the teacher. The teacher is a unique profession that requires skill and art in carrying out his duties. Teachers task will always dealing with student as a learners. To carry out the task required some ability (skill) that must be held by teachers as educators. Based on an evaluation of the ability of teachers to perform their duties, less satisfactory results are obtained, the impact on students is felt least comfortable for learning. Without pleasure will learn study quality was not optimal.
prospective teacher education curriculum in Indonesia already contains material educator skill development, which consists of knowledge and skills in implementing learning. However, disparities appear between the curriculum and learning outcomes for skill drilled an educator hardskill, while skills related to personal and social does not explicitly appear in the curriculum. Referring to the various countries that have a high quality education, further efforts are needed to complement the ability of prospective teachers as education in order to have optimizing performance. Efforts are being made based on research related to personal and social competence which is a group of soft skills. It is necessary for the identification of deeply personal and social skills necessary for further development efforts through training and learning.

Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

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Lecturer’s Evaluation Competence Management for Enhancing Instructional Quality in Higher Education
Citra Dewi (syifadea@yahoo.com)

Pedagogical competence is competence based on lecturer’s knowledge in mastering of the material being taught, designing of learning and evaluating of learning well. Currently, Evaluation of learning becomes something lost in higher education system. In designing learning assessment phases lecturers have not used some the procedures. Therefore, some efforts are needed to develop evaluation competence of lecturers as efforts to improve the quality of instructional in higher education. The aim of this article is to identify and to analyze the efforts of higher Education in developing competency evaluation of lecturers in order to improve the quality of instructional in higher education. The approach that was used in this article is qualitative descriptive with interview, documentation and observation. The object of this research in Hazairin University of Bengkulu. The results of this study are; the planning stage of making a training program on assessment system, the implementation stage of training program did not happen, and the assessment stage the lecturer did not do the phases of measurement well such as did not make the blue print, there is no validation about the test, and there is no analysis of items. The conclusion of this study that in developing competency evaluation of lecturers this university did not apply the program so that the quality of learning has not increased.

Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

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LEADER STRATEGY IN BUILDING ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT
Achmad Supriyanto

This article aims to explore a leader’s strategy in building organizational commitment. The development of this topic is based on a critical review of the literature. The discussions are directed to find the base of leaders` strategy in building organizational commitment. Results show that the effective strategies in fostering employees` commitment are perceived as the efforts of leaders in motivating people, self discipline improvement, coordinating the units, involving employees in related activities, and provide multi way communications with all organizational members.

Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

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145.

THE STRENGTHENING OF TEACHERS’ WORKING GROUP AS A DEVELOPMENTAL STRATEGY OF THE SCHOOL-BASED SUSTAINABLE PROFESSION
WIWIK WIJAYANTI, Dr

This study was aimed to find activity’s patterns of the developmental strategy of the school-based sustainable profession. The data were collected by using the questionnaire done by 90 teachers of SD Kota and FGD including the school principle, the superintendent of the school, and the teachers of the elementary school. The finding showed that in the Teachers’ Working Group (KKG), the teachers were required as the Community of Professional Learners (KPP) which could be reached by the teachers. When a school became KPP, the school was a conducive learning environment for a collaborative learning of teachers. Then, when this learning was directed to the improvement of learning quality in the classroom, the students’ achievement would gained. Moreover, the finding also showed that the commitment of the school principle and teachers was the determinant of the continuity of the KKG activity; a model of community of professional learner which was ideal was a model which integrated and synergized the internal and external resources of the school to create a conducive environment as a teacher’s professional collaborative learning which was directed to the improvement of learning quality and the school’s effectiveness which was by holding KKG.

Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

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146.

Human Resource : Between Supply and Demand of Teachers Quantity
Agus Riswandi

The city of Bandung is currently experiencing a shortage of teachers, especially in the primary school level. It is as the result of Presidential Instruction (Inpres) No. I/1974 enactment concerning the mass recruitment of Primary School teachers. Regarding the productive years of the teachers – which sugested to retire at the age of 60 years, the city has a quite high need for qualified teachers. On the contrary, the regional government office of Bandung cannot recruit civil servant teachers or assign the honorary teachers at schools due to the government’s prohibition rules. These facts will certainly have impacts on the continuity of teaching-learning process and lead to the decision to secretly employ the schools teachers by the Principal to cover the shortage in the field. The number of the teachers is inversely proportional compared to the growth of the school-age population, and thus trigger a new fact, that is the imbalance and overload ratio of teachers and students. These facts are worsen by the uneven distribution of the remaining teachers in Bandung. The government as the regulator has to pay more attention to the need of teachers quantity and particularly its distribution.

Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

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Correlation between Total Quality Human Resource Management and Employee Performance in Higher Education
Askolani, Annisa Ciptagustia, Tresna Ramdhani

This study aims to describe the total quality human resource management (TQHRM) and employees performance and explore the relationship between total quality human resource management and employees performance. The research was conduct in Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI), with 76 educators or employees was chosen as sample selected using proportional random sampling. Analysis techniques used the correlation coefficient is Pearson product moment and testing of hypotheses use the t-test to identify the relationship in partial. The result findings showed that total quality human resource management and employee performance of UPI are in the high categorized and indicated there is a significant correlation between total quality human resource management and employees performance of UPI.

Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

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Empowering Educational Leadership for Global Development in Human Resources in Educational Organizations
Dian Ambarwati

Leadership is the heart of the managerial process because it is involved with iniating action. Other terms identification the same idea are directing, executive, supervising, ordering and guiding. What over term is used, the idea is to put into effect the decision, plans and program that have previously worked out for achieving the goals of the group. Many question in the leadership such as how can people be led to perform at higher levels of productivity?
Abraham Maslow is principal argument is that employee needs emerge in a hierarchical fashion : lower order needs are experienced first and must be satisfied by are perceived the work environment before higher order needs. The implication is that rewards of higher – order needs will have no incentive effect upon employee motivation until lower order needs are satisfied. Maslow labeled this phenomenon the concept of prepotency of need.
Leadership is very important in the organizations/institution. Successfully leadership depend on or can be measure to increasing empowering the people can be leader with see maximal potential, developing potential employee with maximal to achieve goal. It means leadership gives education to employee to develop and give opportunity employee become next leader.
Education has 8 (eight) parameter to achieve competence. Eight of these standards based on the national educational standards agency (BNSP) is the competency standard, content standards, process standards and the standards of teachers and education personnel, facilities and infrastructure standards, management standard, assessment standards. The parameter can develop to achieve goal the millennium development programs. Millennium development program is declaration from 168 country on PBB with 8 goal development agenda. Mdgs will be ended on 2015 and continuing suistanable development goals (SDGs) that first implementation step. Indonesia follow mdgs and have result is decreasing number poverty, bad nutrition for balita decreasing, number originality participation for basic school become increasing and there is also increasing on number ability reading for basic people. Exceptly amount death also decreasing and need will clear water more than easy. This is showing that millennium development goals reached based on indicator.
Global development is a wide concept concerning level of development on an international scale. It is the basis for international classification such as developed country and least developed country. These are however many school of thought and convention regarding, which are the exact features constituting development of a country.
The are two key questions that researchers have considered ever recent years a) what are the main tasks that global leaders undertake ? b) what competencies do global leader need to practice in order to effective ? Definition of global leaders such as those cited above tend to employ general phrases such as initiating and developing global strategies motivating geographically dispersed and diverse teams and global integration responsibilities. The character aspect involves ability to attain on emotional connection with people from various backgrounds while at the same time maintaining an uncompromising degree of personal integrity. In addition global leaders seem to embrace duality in the management of uncertainty.

Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

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149.

Improving The Student’s Ability in Learning Through System Thinking
Septina Dwi Rahmawati, S.AP., M.AP

The quality of education in Indonesia is very alarming. It needs more attention from all sectors. The government is always busy with other matters, so the conditions forced the researcher to find ways to improve education independently so it will facilitate government and help them to run the policies. Therefore, many problems arise due to the low quality of the education in Indonesia. Issues relating to quality of education have existed for a long time, but they still make interesting discussion. There are early indications of various problems indicating that education condition is not yet effective and efficient. So how do we challenge this situation? Organizations that have discovered that individuals who practice system thinking are holistic thinkers, can approach difficult situations proactively and solve problems creatively. Here is one of the ways to solve the problems: by system thinking. Systems thinking is a management discipline that concerns an understanding of a system by examining the linkages and interactions between the components that comprise the entirety of that defined system.

Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

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DEVELOPMENT EFFORT OF KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS PROFESSIONALS COMPETENCE IN BANTUL COUNTY AND REGION
Andita Fitriana

DEVELOPMENT EFFORT OF KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS
PROFESSIONALS COMPETENCE IN BANTUL COUNTY AND REGION

Andita Fitriana

Abstract

This research is intended to find out; (1) professional competence of kindergarten teachers in Bantul county, (2) the effort development professional competence that teachers do, (3) the most effective effort professional development selected by the kindergarten teachers in Bantul county. This research is a quantitative descriptive method with one variable is teachers professional competence. The research located on all kindergarten school in Bantul county. The respondent this research are 159 kindergarten teachers and to collect the data is used questionnaire. The validity of the data used content’s validity. Furthermore, to measured the reliability of the data techniques is used Croncbachs Alpha. Analysis data is used the percentage technique to know reached every component by the data statistic. The results of the research are; (1) the average of professional competence kindergarten teachers in Bantul county is very well, (2) the average of effort development professional competence that teachers doing is well, (3) the most effective effort professional development selected by the kindergarten teachers to increase their professional competence is by training, the reason is because it is will discuss the matter with clearly and the audience can apply what the matter that discussing.

Keyword : professional competence teacher, kindergarten

Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

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ENTREPRENEURIAL INTELLIGENT MANAGEMENT AND SELF THROUGH THE USE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN THE PROVINCE GORONTALO
Novianty Djafri

Small and Medium Entrepreneurial Management through community empowerment aims to: 1) Improve the attitude of solidarity and concern for the psychological condition of intelligent society, in particular the independence of entrepreneurship. 2) Creative thinking and innovative in solving problems facing society entrepreneur groups in expanding and gaining access management / mentoring. 3) To contribute positively to the small and medium enterprises in various types of businesses through forms of empathy soul consciousness through education management to be aware that by doing productive activities and the potential of the small and medium enterprises and cooperatives were able to produce and help the family economy, regional and broader national economy. 4) Conducting empowerment to the community in touch science and technology in improving the quality of public service professionals to increase the capability and skills as a crutch livelihood. The method used in achieving the goals of this service program is the empowerment of communities through services and marketing. The method used is to empower groups at Small and Medium Enterprises, is mentoring done by the students together with the target group and collaborate with all village and field supervisor. This type of research observation and qualitative approach their data served as a descriptive narrative. While the results achieved in the program are the students KKS Service Forms community empowerment in improving the potential for management assistance services through the management of small and medium business group as the owner / manager . This activity is done so that people understand and know the importance of increasing the potential and marketing / trading results -oriented work on the value of productive activities towards improving the quality of business / skills

Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

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PLC, TCB and SUSTAINABILITY DEVELOPMENT (Studies on Teacher in Bandung)
Elis Rosdiawati , Deni hermana

Teacher sustainability development is not fully in line with expectations yet including sustainability thinking development (STD) among teacher. Teacher Capacity Building (TCB) at school is not supported yet both by the structure, leadership, and value systems as in professional community. TCB among schools teacher is still individualized. The facts are be a reason to do research in order to uncover the reality about STD among the teachers in many diverse aspects including their educational philosophy.
The study applies an inferential descriptive method of survey type. Research populations spread out in the Bandung City, consisting of teachers at primary school. Samples were randomly taken.
Finding shows that sustainability thinking development is weak. Teachers do not have a sustainability thinking about their reality as a educator as whole including for net generation. TCB among teachers is also weak. PLC is not supported both by structure and leadership as a key for communities yet. As human, Teacher has responsibility to his community. Environmental ethics is not just talking about human behavior towards his community. A human, teacher has responsibility both to human and community. PLC, TCB and sustainability thinking are interconnected each others.
Research generates hypothetical model for sustainability thinking development through PLC and TCB as one of the references in particular primary School. The conceptual model to enhance STD through PLC and TCB and STD among is proposed as a research outcome as contribution . The contribution of study is used to guidance both way of thinking be more critically and sustainable, and understand the changes and uncertainty as well as a through review of the issue of PLC, TCB.



Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

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153.

COMPUTER ANXIETY: AS ANTECEDENT OF TECHNOSTRESS
Tri Effiyanti and Gaffar Hafiz Sagala

The aim of this study is to investigate computer anxiety, as belief, that supposed to be an crucial antecedent of stressor on educators as end-user computing. This studi discusses the stressor on work overload and job insecurity, it is because the scope of work of educators that depends on IT.
Survey of teachers at vocational high schools in Karanganyar, Central Java, Indonesia, have been conducted to collect the data. With purposive sampling, we collected 102 respondents with a hundred percent of response rate. Data analysis was performed with SEM-PLS.
The result showed that computer anxiety over perceived usefulness and ease of use significantly affect the work overload. Meanwhile, work overload is a stressor that significantly stimulate technostress. However, computer anxiety can not explain the perception of job insecurity on the teachers. Although, job insecurity also stimulate technostress among teachers.

Topic: Internet technologies in Education

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154.

Topic Modeling: An Approach for Research Design
Dasapta Erwin Irawan (a*), Adhi Priyambodho (b)

Research design has been a major problem for early career researcher, especially PhD students. This paper discusses new approach to assist a researcher choosing their research topic based on previous papers/studies. Here we use open source tools (Vosviewer and Zotero reference manager) to visualize research topic under keywords "groundwater Jakarta" from close to 256 papers harvested from Google Scholar and Crossref scientific database. Using this approach we can identify the change of main research issues in groundwater resources from the 70s to date. We also see the research flow path during the period and determine new interesting subtopics. Based on the result we believe that this technique is applicable for postgraduate students

Topic: Internet technologies in Education

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THE INFLUENCE OF EXPOSURE TO LISTENING TO INTERNET MATERIALS TOWARD LISTENING COMPREHENSION
SALWA

ABSTRACT

Salwa (2016): The Influence of Exposure to Listening to Internet Materials toward Listening Comprehension. The amount of exposure to the target language in formal and informal situations influence second language acquisition. The more exposure to the target language the greater the success of students in proficiency tests. Language exposure is most significant variable that effect the language learning. Students with more exposure to the target language are expected to have more familiarly with the target language.
This study will investigate the influence of exposure to listening to internet materials toward listening comprehension. Since the activity of exposing listening internet materials plays an important role in increasing the students’ listening comprehension, they are able to increase their exposure. It can be in terms of time spent, number of listening website, and the activities during exposing to listening to internet materials. Besides receiving regular bases of classroom, students are exposed to listening to internet material as their personal bases. Therefore, the time in exposing it will be increased.
Finally, ways and means have to be sought to compensate for the insufficient amount of exposure at least in class. This can be possible by providing as much opportunity as possible for the learner to practise the language. Creating situational context and role play can provide opportunity for the learner to practise speaking the language. Opportunities to be in the real situation for most students are very rare or even non-existent. So, the teacher has to depend on simulated situations in the classroom. The situation will be controlled carefully to teach the new language material and in such a way that there can be no doubt in the learners mind of the meaning of what they hear.



Topic: Internet technologies in Education

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THE ENHANCEMENT OF TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS EFFECTIVENESS TROUGH THE DEVELOPMENT OF INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA BASED ON E-LEARNING OF SURABAYA’S VOCATIONAL STUDENTS
Puput Wanarti 1,Hapsari Peni2, , Euis Ismayati3, Yuni Yamasari4

In the context of e-learning many learning theories used in the physical classroom situation, including learning in a community adaptive, collaborative, scaffolding, and scenario learning, have been adopted and validated, The development of instructional media has been built used the adoption of responsive web design techniques developed by the modern web markup language HTML5 and CSS3 style formatting pages. A deep analysis of learning efectiveness done in the instructional media based on e-learning. the instructional media was applied on vocational high school. Research and Development method was used in this study. The following development procedures were arranged: planning, design, and development phases. In the development phase, on-going evaluation was carried out until a preliminary product was materialized. The result of instructional media based on e-learning development underwent three experimentation phases. In the first experimentation, a media and material experts validation, were executed. In the second experimentation, through individual experimentation and small group experimentation involving teacher and students (clients), were carried out up to the final phase revision. In the third experimentation, the product validation, also known as summative test, was obtained from extensive field experimentation to discover the effectiveness of the instructional media based on e-lerning in a real teaching process using elearning model. This web based e-learning system provided electronic, illustration, group learning, comprehension, and workshop learning units and complied with the training objectives of the designated course. The validation of this model was positive and the results indicated that the proposed web based e-learning course could be further improved by taking into consideration individual learners’ attributes.

Topic: Internet technologies in Education

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157.

Enhancing Students’s Learning Activities using Learning Management System in Biology Classroom
Rizqa Devi Anazifa, Ria Fitria Hadi

The development of educational technology has changed the teaching and learning environment, particullary in Biology classroom. Learning activities in Biology classroom has to adjust to the digital era when information can be accessed easly everywhere and everytime. Teachers have to respond to this rapid growth of educational technology as a challenge for developing a novel way of learning to increase student’s excitement in learning Biology. Teachers can develop Learning Management System (LMS) for engaging student’s interest in learning Biology. This paper is a literature study that will explain the principles of developing LMS in Biology classroom, the importance of developing LMS in Biology classroom, and the benefit of using LMS in Biology classroom. Using LMS in Biology classroom provides opportunity to students in gaining new experiences in learning especially in gathering informations from online sources that have been organized using LMS and therefore using LMS can improve student’s learning activities in Biology classroom.

Topic: Internet technologies in Education

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INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY INTO EXTENSIVE READING FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Batdal Niati

Reading cannot be separated in University level. Reading can be defined as a compulsory subject which is consist of Intensive Reading and Extensive Reading. These subjects must be completed in different level. In short, the students might not be able to take Extensive Reading until they completed Intensive Reading. Extensive reading is the way for students to develop their competencies. However, most of students do not read in English extensively. They do not read English book, magazine, and others to improve their competencies meanwhile they are English students. In case, their motivation and scores are low. However, the lecturer has to introduce suitable reading materials, motivate, and support them to read extensively, monitor, and evaluate their reading. This paper present about the way to teach extensive reading; integrating technology in teaching reading. it can help student being the best English readers.

Topic: Internet technologies in Education

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The Usage of R Packages for Teaching Artificial Intelligence
Lala Septem Riza*, Eddy Prasetyo Nugroho, Jajang Kusnendar

Artificial Intelligence (AI), a branch of Computer Science concerned with providing many methods that generally imitate how living creatures tackle their real problems, is one of mandatory subjects in the Computer Science curriculum. To provide sufficient explanations and then to achieve defined learning outcomes, adequate methods of learning are essential required. This work attempts to propose the usage of R packages for teaching AI. R is a free and open source software programming language that originally aims at providing a software environment for statistical computing and graphics. However, recently the capabilities of R are extended through user-created packages that provide many libraries for handling several domains such as Artifical Intelligence, Bioinformatics, Data Mining, etc. In this paper, we present the following packages to be employed: ``GA”, ``e1071”, ``RSNNS”, ``frbs”, and ``BayesTree”. These packages provide not only the implementations of several AI methods, but also case studies using real-world data sets. Therefore, students are able to learn by real-world-problem solving and simulation. Students are also allowed to open and modify source codes in order to apply for specific cases. Even for deep activities, students could create and upload own packages so that they can be useful to the R community. Additionally, in evaluation processes we use the package ``exams” providing a framework for automatic generation of standardized exams from database.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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DIFFICULTIES OF VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL (SMK) HISTORY TEACHERS IN DEVELOPING HISTORICAL LEARNING EVALUATION METHOD
DR. AMAN

This research is aimed to know: 1) difficulties experienced by vocational high school teachers (SMK) in Yogyakarta Special Region in developing historical learning evaluation model, 2) teachers’ effort in handling difficulties to develop historical learning evaluation model. This research uses descriptive qualitative method. The informants consist of School Principal, Vice School Principal, Students, and SMK history teacher. The research samples are SMK 1 Yogyakarta, SMK 1 Sewon Bantul, SMK 2 Sewon Bantul, and SMK Muhammadyah Wonosari. The data gathering technique uses interview, observation, and document writing techniques. The data validity uses data triangulation technique, method, theory and informant review. The data analysis uses interactive analysis model. The research result indicates that: 1) SMK history teachers find difficulties in developing Lesson Plan and historical learning evaluation especially concerning affective and psychomotor domain, time allocation limitation for implementing comprehensive learning evaluation, and difficulties in combining the three valuation aspects because so far the focus is on cognitive aspect. External factor which influences SMK teachers’ difficulties in developing and evaluating history learning concerns school management, the lack of instruction from school party and environment atmosphere; 2) The effort done by teacher to handle difficulties in developing historical learning evaluation method is by exchanging information with other history lesson teachers at MGMP, overcoming time limitation by maximizing time for learning and valuation, improving learning quality and performing comprehensive valuation.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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THE EFFECT OF INTEGRATED SCIENTIFIC APPROACH AND BRAIN GYM TO RESULT, INTERESTS, AND MOTIVATION TO LEARN INDONESIAN STUDENT CLASS XI SMAN 1 BONE-BONE
Dra. Rukayah, M.Pd., Aziz Thaba, S.Pd.,M.Pd.

The purpose of this study was to (1) describe the results, interest, and motivation to learn Indonesian language class XI student of SMAN 1 Bone-Bone before and after the application of the integrated scientific approach and brain gym, (2) the effect of integrated scientific approach and brain gym to result, interest, and motivation to learn Indonesian student class XI of SMAN 1 Bone-Bone.
The study is experimental research with one group pretest-posttest design. The population in this study was a class XI student of SMAN 1 Bone-Bone. Samples were students of class XI IPS1 totaling 32 people. However, the final sample totaling 28 people who qualify. Collecting data using achievement test, questionnaire interest and motivation to learn, observations, interviews, and documentation. The data analysis using descriptive and inferential statistical techniques.
The results showed that the average Indonesian student learning outcomes has increased the average Indonesian student learning outcomes at 31., 4286. Average interest in learning Indonesian students before treatment, and the average interest in learning Indonesian students after treatment increased by 1.0715. The average Indonesian student learning motivation before treatment and after treatment increased by 1.1072. Hypothesis test results is known that the application of an integrated scientific approach to brain gymnastics positive and significant impact on the results, interest, and motivation to learn Indonesian students. Asymp.Sig value. (2-tailed) of 0.000 is known under the probability value of 0.05 then H0 is rejected. That is, there is an integrated scientific approach influence brain gymnastics positive and significant impact on student learning outcomes Indonesian. Asymp.Sig value. (2-tailed) of 0.001 is known under the probability value of 0.05 then H0 is rejected. That is, there is the influence of an integrated scientific approach to brain exercise a positive and significant impact on students' interest in learning Indonesian.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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162.

E-PORTOFOLIO DESIGN ASSESSMENT IN E-LEARNING
Ambar Sri Lestari

This research aims to design and apply a learning-based e-portfolio assessment in the course of Learning Media. This type of research is research and development in designing e-portfolio. Furthermore, e-portfolios are implemented in the learning activities in the classroom with students is the second semester of academic year 2014/2015. As for software support in the development of e-portfolios using software PHP and MySQL and the create of e-portfolio can see in http://www.ambarsrilestari.com/. Data collection techniques used were observation and questionnaires. Analysis of data using qualitative and quantitative descriptive analysis. The results of assessment material experts, experts of media and experts in instructional design was on achieving equal to 90% which means that the product is very good / feasible to use in learning. While testing the individual, small group testing and field testing equal to 84% which means that the product e-portfolio assessment is very good / feasible to use in learning. Assessment e-portfolios in the form of assignments given to students through blogs, slideshare and youtube to upload their work. The response of students in the lecture using e-portfolio assessment equal to 83%, which means that learning with e-portfolios provide a new and enjoyable experience and can create creativity and innovation in learning.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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BUSINESS STRATEGY TO STRENGTHEN THE MARKET POSITION FOR PT. DANAPATI ABINAYA INVESTAMA (JAKTV)
Trimaryanti A.S

The year of 1998 was the beginning of the democratic era. The human’s need for information made the growth of new television stations spring up, from only five national television stations at the beginning to eleven national TV stations, which broadcast throughout Indonesia. In the process, the government felt the importance for society to obtain balanced news; therefore, UU No. 32/2002 was made. This law allows people who are in other areas to get local news and information. As a result, after the Constitution Act was passed, many local television stations have sprung up. One local TV station that has been present from 2005 was JAKTV.

Since 2015, JAKTV has enlivened local TV station competition in Jakarta. Under the ownership of Mahaka Media and Electronic City Group, JAKTV helps provide information and entertainment to the communities in Jakarta. JAKTV has already been on-air for 10 years, unfortunately, until now, JAKTV could not occupy the top spot for Jakarta’s local TV station.

Therefore, this study was made to examine business strategy and how JAKTV positions itself to deal with the competition. The research started from analyzing, searching, and collecting primary data and supporters. The main data was sought by using quantitative and qualitative methods. The questionnaire was conducted among respondents living in JABODETABEK to determine their viewing reference and knowledge of JAKTV. In addition to the questionnaires, interviews were also held with the CEO and COO of JAKTV, practitioners in the field of television, and JAKTV clients. Secondary data was taken from literature, reports, documents obtained from books, Internet, and internal documents. This data would then be used to perform business analysis of the internal and external scope of JAKTV.

The end result of this study was to determine what current situation JAKTV is facing, what their business models are, and then formulate new business models that can be implemented by JAKTV in the form of business canvas, and a new business strategy for the company that can be generated. In order to be competitive, JAKTV must be able to expand, to increase their customer segments by targeting a wider age (including 7-20 years old), a local company, a political party and BUMN (state-owned enterprises). The new value proposition is to become a television station that focuses on local issues and become an option for 2019 campaign TV by adding better quality programs in the form of entertainment.

Business Strategy, Business Canvas, Television, Media

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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Figurative Languages by the Lecturers in Teaching English
Markus Deli Girik Allo

Obviously the use of figurative language by the teacher is not only as a style in language but also as introduction and teaching the native speakers’ language culture heritage. Therefore, in this situation the teacher is necessary introduce and teaching the figurative language early and not only the literature teacher/lecturer who are involved in responsibility to teach it but all the English teachers/lecturers too. This research employed fully qualitative method. The research aims at finding out (1) the kind of the Figurative Languages used by the lecturers (2) the ways of using Figurative Languages by the lectures (3) the reasons of using Figurative Languages by the lectures, and (4) the students’ perceptions toward the use of Figurative Languages by the lecturers. The researcher in this study employed the qualitative research design. The subjects of this research were Lecturers and students at English Education Study Program of FKIP UKI Toraja. The results of the research revealed that (1) the kinds of the Figurative Languages used by the lecturers are: Simile, metaphor, Personification, Rhetoric, Litotes, Paradox, Metonymy, Hyperbole, Repetition, (2) The ways of Using Figurative Languages by the lecturers are by making comparative, contradictive, correlative and repetitive statements that related to students’ life, culture and habit with the material in teaching English, (3) The reasons of using Figurative Languages are: Introducing language and culture, as a feedback to improve students’ understanding on the lessons, to help students’ understanding the lessons, to motivate students in learning process, enhancing the language (language style), and to train students’ critical thinking, and (4) The students’ perceptions toward the use of Figurative Language are: in association the material with the real world the students easily absorbed it because it was closer with their environment. The students who did not like and understand it because they needed the lecturers explained it directly the intended point.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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BARRIERS OF TEACHING TOEFL IN INDONESIA
Novi Wulandari

TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is a test taken to measure the ability of people in understanding English. This test is one of the most widely used tests in Indonesia, especially to meet the university requirements and to get scholarships. Just like teaching English in general, teaching TOEFL is a challenging job. However, teaching TOEFL for Indonesian adult learners is full of barriers. Frequently, they have a tendency to insist the higher score, but unfortunately, they lack of motivation as time goes by or as the materials get complicated. Here, the teacher seems the one who has to adapt to the students needs by applying various methods and strategies. Not only the students, the problems also arise from the limitation of meeting schedules and insufficient materials. Therefore, this study attempts to share the problems faced by teachers in teaching TOEFL for Indonesian adult learners. The teaching model showed in this paper is based on the TOEFL learning in Language Training Centre of Universitas Gadjah Mada. By showing the problems, the writer expects to get the appropriate solution in order to help teachers to overcome the barriers.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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166.

THE TEACHER’S EFFORT TO INCREASE A QUALITY OF STUDYING RESULT OF STUDENT BY USING AN APPROACH OF CONSTRUCTIVISTIC STUDYING THEORY
Erwin Bakti, Herasni Yaman Email : herasni.y@gmail.com

The quality of studying result of students can be measured through the mastering of subject that learned with a determined time by the education institution for six months or three months. The learning result can be obtained through a learning evaluation and a final number as symbols that can give an overview about the mastering level of learning subject obtained by students during studying in the school. For the teacher’s effort to increase the quality of studying result of students, the teachers and educators are very realize that the teacher/educator has a important role to the quality of studying result of students. Therefore, it creates an awareness to the studying perspective with beginning a change that the studying event based on stimulus-respond concepts for the past time or the behavioristic approach in the studying was very coloring our education world, while the constructivistic approach is less stressed. The theory of behavioristic studying applied at the past time, the feelling of students that illustrated in education as a stressed student, it is linked to the studying subject target that has to be mastered by students in certain time. Therefore educators begin finding an alternative as a humanistic approach with changing from using a behaviostistic approach to a constructivistic approach. This constructivistic approach is more stressing to an human as a science builder, the constructivistic approach has perspective that the science is dinamic, changing dan developing, in the process needs an active action rather fisical or mentalistic with a hope that the students will obtain a qualified studying result through an aid of teacher’s ability and educator that can apply the constructivistic studying theory for their student. While the teacher as a facilitator, the students in a studying activities, active, authentic, situational, interesting and challenging can link to a new information owned before, can reflect the science obtained, can work in group with a social interaction between teacher and student, between student and student in harmonic situation.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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DEVELOPMENT OF MULTIMEDIA INTERACTIVE CD IN WEB PROGRAMMING SUBJECTS IN STMIK INDONESIA PADANG
RUSLI SAPUTRA, M.KOM (a*), DELIA PUTRI, M.Si (b), MELYSA PUTRI, M.Si (c)

One of modes to increase quality of human resources is education. Expected in education can develop the potensial of human resources through an effective learning activity. With techologycal advances, a blend of computer and CDs can be used as a medium of effective and efficient learning in interactive learning CD’s form. A survey conducted at STMIK Indonesia Padang, it is known that the learning outcomes of students in the subjects of Web Programming is still low. It is estimated that the poor learning outcomes is caused by the limited sources of learning or the learning media in multimedia interactive CD’s form. The purpose of this paper is how to design a multimedia interactive CD as a learning medium of Web Programming at STMIK Indonesia Padang to improve students’ learning outcomes. This designing of multimedia interactive CD uses Exploratory Tutorial. Because of this method, students can accsess all of the theories which have correlation with Web Programming and tutorial how to make a web start from designing until hosting activity. With the interactive learning medium, students can learn anywhere and anytime that is expected to improve the learning outcomes of students in the subjects of Web Programming. Implication of the designing of learning medium is multimedia interactive CD can improve the knowledge that will give to the students and effective to attract the student interested to learn because it uses sight, hearing and attractive design.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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Industrys Evaluation of Students Learning Outcomes of Diploma IV Hotel Administration Study Program in Terms of Competency, Job Performance and Promotability
L.M. Anggraini; N.L.G. S. Sadjuni; D.K. Sujatha; N.L.K.S. Sulistyawati

This paper explores the assessment from the hotel industry practitioners in Bali, regarding the competencies, job performance and promotability of their employees and trainees with educational background of Diploma IV Hotel Administration program of STP Nusa Dua Bali (Bali Tourism Institute), Bali, Indonesia in order to evaluate the learning outcomes. Participated by 200 respondents, the survey was conducted in both online and offline method and data were analyzed with descriptive statistics and Pearson correlation. The key findings identified that hotel supervisors and managers had a positive perception of personnel with students and graduates of Hotel Administration study program. Most of the assessment criteria were deemed as “good” in terms of competencies, with higher rating in attendance, attitude and courtesy. Among the weighed variables, problem solving skills, creativity and innovation, and foreign language proficiency were the lowest rated among other aspects. Results also indicated the positive relationship between competency and job performance. It is also found that there is a convincing correlation between staff’s job knowledge and supervisors’ perception on employee’s quantity and quality of work. Concerning the leadership and managerial traits, there is a strong correlation between the possession of creativity and innovation with problem solving skill. Moreover, mastering foreign language(s), creativity, innovation and communication skills were the influential qualities for promotability. This study provides a comprehensive understanding of hotel human resources by examining competency, job performance and promotability and suggests practical implications that can be used by higher educational institutes to improve the curriculum of tourism and hospitality management education and hotel administration study program in particular from the industry perspective.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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Underwater Cultural Heritage, Maritime Learning Media
St. Prabawa Dwi Putranto (a), Prof. Dr. Agus Aris Munandar (b)

Indonesian people evolved in the archipelago along the equator. Its strategic location and natural wealth of producing spices appeals foreigners to come. People in Nusantara are common with seafaring and thrive as a maritime nation.

Cultural contact and a long history have left cultural heritage, most buried underground, and some sunk to the bottom of the sea. These cultural heritages contain information connected to the history and the culture of Indonesian people.

Based on survey by the Directorate of Underwater Cultural Heritage in 2011, in Indonesia it is estimated that there are 3807 underwater archeological site. These sites must be preserved because it contains information about the past.

Cultural heritage is very important as a part of learning as maritime nation, especially for the young generation. Indonesia is empasizing in character building as a maritime nation, as mentioned by President Jowo Widodo in his priority agenda called Nawa Cita.

Publication and dissemination of information about the richness of Indonesian maritime culture is still rare. Therefore, this paper is aim to open our insight that there are an abundance of cultural heritage from our ancestors that needs to be guarded and understand together to reinforce our identity as a maritime nation.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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170.

Student Learning by Experiment Method for Analyzing The Dynamic Electrical Circuit and Its Application in Daily Life
Eka Murdani

Resistor is an important component in electronics which function as the electrical resistance or resistor of electric current. In this experiment, three identical resistors were used, which means that they have equal resistance value of 1000 Ω. Resistor of 1000 Ω was used to minimize the influence of the internal resistance of the multimeter because multimeter would be used as an instrument to measure of the resistance, the voltage and electric current in the resistor circuit. Combination of three resistors were arranged in 2 circuits. They are 3 resistors on the series circuit and 3 resistors on the parallel circuit. The characteristic of resistance, voltage and electric current has been tested experimentally. By using 3 V voltage, the characteristics of resistance and electric current on the series circuit of 3 resistor were (3000 ± 250) Ω and (100 ± 2.5) 10-5 A, respectively. On the parallel circuit of 3 resistor, the values were (350 ± 25) Ω and (850 ± 25) 10-5 A, respectively. The application of learning is in daily life is a lamp for lighting a room. Has been characterized and analyzed the value of voltage and current for the circuit of 3 identical lamps series and parallel with Ohms law. By using 1,5 V voltage, the electrical current in the circuit of series and parallel is (3 ± 2.5) 10-1 A and (9 ± 2.5) 10-1 A. The intensity of the light on the series of lamps are dimmer than the parallel. This experimentation was done directly by students on their actual class, so that learning process can be more effectively and efficiently in term of scientific attitude and knowledge transfer. Average pre-test score was 4.5 and that of post-test was 10.1. N-gain value of 0.4 revealed that student learning by experiment method can improve their cognitive learning outcomes at medium criteria on the topics “dynamic electricity and Ohm’s law”.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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The enjoyable ways : Improving student vocabulary mastery by using scrabble game
Wahyu Hidayat,S.Pd

Vocabulary is important aspect in second language acquisition of the children. When we difficult to memorize a word, it will create the lackness of our vocabulary. Unfortunately, in status quo right now, teaching vocabulary for Indonesian children is not an easy thing to do. Surely, this is the responsibility of the English teachers to solve this kind of problems. The writer assumes that playing scrabble become a more effective medium of learning and facilitate student to improve their vocabulary in enjoyable ways especially in elementary school The purposes of this paper are: (1) to describe the problem of teaching English vocabulary (2) try to solve this kind of problems by using an enjoyable ways.(3) to find out whether or not there is a significant difference between the level of vocabulary mastery at the students taught by using scrabble games. The writer believes this kind of approach can help the student in order to increase their English vovabulary mastery better than before.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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TEACHING SYNECTIC APPLICATION ON COMPUTER SUBJECT FOR UPGRADING THE CREATIVITY AND OUTCOME ON STUDENT OF STUDY PROGRAMME OF BEAUTY
1) Setya chendra wibawa, S.Pd.,MT , 2) Fadliah Indira sari

ABSTRACT
Creativity arises through the confluence of the following three components: Knowledge, all the relevant understanding an individual brings to bear on a creative effort, Creative Thinking, it relates to how people approach problems and depends on personality and thinking/working style, Motivation, motivation is generally accepted as key to creative production and the most important are intrinsic passion and interest in the work itself.
Student needs teaching model to produce a portfolio with work creativity by integrating their pleasure with the lecture subject, that condition makes the student practice the computer subjects of computer as well. Synectic learning model leads to learning that can develop the creativity of students like the analogy. Synectic learning management deals with through 6 Phase study. the first phase of real conditions at the time, the second phase of direct analogy, the third stage of direct analogy, the fourth stage of conflict compressed, five direct analogy to the stage, the sixth stage trials of the original task. This research is researcher namely in bahasa, Penelitian Tindakan Kelas (PTK). Classroom Action Research deals with several stages are interrelate and continuous, namely: (1) planning, (2) the implementation of the (acting), (3) observation (observing), and (4) reflection (reflecting) carried out in 2 cycles. Data obtains from the observation of the 32 students of Educational Makeup bachelor degree in 2013.
Based on the analysis of research data obtained by the implementation of learning management. The data average yield of cycle 1 at 77.08%, which included had good progress 2 to 79.16% in cycle. Synectic learning can enrich creativity of student. It can be seen from the average percentage of a cycle, around of 67.9% on cycle 1 and raise to 70.6%in cycle 2. It proves that students have creativity in modifying the basic techniques of photography and beauty of pre-wedding photography. In cycle 1, practice photography techniques is about 78.1% and the technique of photography with the concept of beauty pre-wedding increase 89,6% in cycle 2. Synectic learning can improve student learning outcomes both cognitive and psychomotor. The percentage of completeness cognitive learning outcomes increase from cycle 1 to cycle 2. In cycle 1 completeness study by 82.45% and 88.3% in cycle 2. Psychomotor learning outcomes also influent in cycle 1 to cycle 2. In cycle 1 amounted to 81.25% and on the second cycle increased to 85%.
Classroom action research can be concluded that synectic learning can enhance student creativity and improve student learning outcomes both cognitive and psychomotor.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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ANALYSIS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING PROGRAM EVALUATION IN HIGH SCHOOL SINGKAWANG
Abd. Basith

The goal in this research are: (1) describe and analyze implementation of the evaluation of the program BK SMAN in Singkawang, (2) find the factors restricting implementation of program evaluation in the BK SMAN Singkawang. This study uses qualitative methods, with data-collecting techniques interviews are tested their validity through triangulation of sources. The data analysis techniques in the form of data reduction, data display and conclusion drawing. The results showed that: (1) implementation evaluation of the program BK by BK teacher still found numerous weaknesses of each stage implementation evaluation, (2) the factors restricting implementation of program evaluation BK i.e. lack of knowledge and understanding of the implementation of the evaluation of the program BK at school, lack of interest in developing professional competence, and the lack of coaching against BK teacher in conducting an evaluation of the program BK.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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Model English Language Learning Innovative and Exciting based on Information Communication Technology (IMBICT) in primary school.
Riskandi

This research is motivated by the lack of government attention to the teachers of English in primary schools. It can be seen to this day english language lessons have not been made a compulsory subject in primary schools. Though the actual needs of English comprehension was very need to be instilled from an early age, or starting from primary education. All we have to look for models of learning how to better use for learning English in elementary school. In this case the author tries to offer English Language Learning Model of Innovative and Exciting based on Information Communication Technology (IMB-ICT) in primary school. ICT in this case the author using Microsoft Powerpoint as a medium to deliver English language learning in primary schools, especially the fifth grade of primary school. This study aims: First, to develop a model of learning English Innovative and Exciting based on Information Communication Technology (IMB-ICT) in primary school. Secondly, to produce a valid model of learning, practical and effective.
This research is a development using ADDIE Model development procedure which includes the step of analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation. The object of research is the entire elementary school in the district with the subject Merangin trial is SDN 253 / VI Bangko. Data were analyzed by qualitative and quantitative approaches.
Based on the results of research are: First the development of models of learning English Innovative and Exciting based on Information Communication Technology (IMB-ICT) in elementary school as follows: (1) Conduct a needs analysis study model IMB-ICT, (2) Design model of language learning United IMB-ICT, (3) Develop a model of learning English IMB-ICT in raw form learning model, learning tools, syllabus, lesson plans and learning modules (4) Implement a model of learning English IMB-ICT, and (5) Carry out an assessment of the English learning model implementation IMB-ICT. Both models of learning English IMB-ICT fit for use after research showed this model is valid, practical and effective.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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THE IMPLEMENTATION OF DISCOVERY LEARNING (DL) FOR TEACHING SPOKEN PRODUCTION OF DESCRIPTIVE TEXTS
Rezki Firdaus

This study is concerned with investigating the teacher value in implementing discovery learning for teaching spoken production of descriptive text and students attitude toward the implementation for the tenth grade students of vocational high school. One female English teacher of vocational high school and 35 students in Central Bangka Regency were involved as the subject of this study. The purpose of this research is to describe the process of implementing discovery learning for teaching descriptive texts in a vocational high school, investigate the strengths and weaknesses of the implementation of Discovery Learning as perceived by teacher in teaching descriptive texts, and find out the students’ attitude toward the implementation of Discovery Learning in teaching descriptive texts. This descriptive qualitative research method obtained the data by classroom observation, interview, and questionnaire. The result show that discovery learning method was beneficial to improve students’ ability to learn descriptive texts, foster more on students-centered, and make them become autonomously. In general, a recommendation is proposed in order to improve the implementation of discovery learning for teaching descriptive text, such as prepare the students’ condition of learning English, the effectiveness of this method for teaching descriptive texts employ a large number of participant, and develop similar subject for different skills.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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176.

CLASSROOM TALK AS A CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT PRACTICE AT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Endah Nur Tjendani

Abstract: This article reports on the results of the study on investigating what the sequences of classroom talk applied by classroom English teacher. The research was conducted at the English class of Sekolah Menengah Pertama (SMP) Negeri I Jember, and was focused on the teaching management preparation as the written plan, and the sequences of classroom talk as the verbal practices. In-depth observation in three classrooms activities was selected as a data collecting method and Initiation Response and Evaluation/Feedback (IRE/F) was for analyzing the verbal activities. The findings of the research are 1) the lesson plan is the written teaching management preparation made by the teachers obviously. It organizes the portion of all teaching learning components, like the teacher’s role, the students’ role, the material’s role, and the evaluation role in the classroom activities, and the teacher is the manager who shares and makes decisions on every role and on every teaching learning step in the classroom activities that was broken down into three stages; introduction/warming up, main activities, and feedback/closing; and 2) the sequences of classroom talk, as a real classroom management had been taken from three transcripts of English lesson that discussed about: a) procedure text – How to Make a Drink, b) passages – The White House, and c) Let’s Learn to Construct Texts. The IRE/F teacher talk shown that teachers tend to explain and to ask questions which encourage short responses and actual information, like Do you understand? Please do the exercises! It limits students’ opportunities to explore, to ask questions, to explain, or to give comment, but the students’ responses are doing exercises most of the time, and then answer it one by one. The sequences of classroom talk also limit whose ideas are heard and whose gets feedback. Finally, the sequences of classroom talk have been dominated by doing exercises in the classroom activities.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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177.

THE DEVELOPMENT OF HOLISTIC LEARNING MODEL IN HISTORY TEACHING
Nur Ahyani1,2, Soetarno Joyoatmojo1, Muhammad Ahyar1, Nunuk Suryani1

This research objective to develop a holistic learning model in history. This study uses research and development methode, the development stage used qualitative and quantitative approaches. Data collection instruments using achievement test, a Likert scale questionnaire used in the pilot phase, extensive testing and validation of the model. Achievement test and questionnaire validation by expert educational technology and education experts history. Evaluation phase conducted SMA PGRI 2 as an experimental group and SMA Muhammadiyah 2 as the control group. The results showed that the first, learning the history of Senior high school in the city of Palembang varied, limited to the cognitive aspect. The second, draft of the model can be understood and implemented by teachers and learners.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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178.

ANALYZING AND ASSESSING ENGLISH TEST OF THE NATIONAL EXAM 2015 CONTRAST WITH CURRICULUM 2013
Uswatunnisa Usman

The National Examination is a standard evaluation made by the government for the students. The test consists of listening comprehension, structure, vocabulary and reading comprehension. Yet the purpose of the National Exam 2015 still not in line with Curriculum used in Indonesia. The National Exam 2015 focused more on cognitive skills, especially in reading skill. The researcher found some mistakes and failure in National Exam 2015 such as the test directions were unclear. Then, the questions are compiled disorderly and the amount of questions for each language competence is not equal. The questions for testing students’ structure understanding and vocabulary mastery are not reliable. Many questions and text used were not appropriate for high school level.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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ASSESSING AND ANALYSING STUDENTS’ VOCABULARY UNDERSTANDING THROUGH 6 KINDS OF TASKS
Uswatunnisa Usman

Vocabulary is a language element which plays an important role. A student cannot master English well if they do not master vocabulary as much as possible and have a good vocabulary understanding. This study is a mixed method study. It aims to assess and analyze students’ vocabulary understanding by using six kinds of tasks. The total sample is 20 students of class XI (Tata Busana Program) in Vocational School 1 Limboro. The researcher used two instruments, those are vocabulary test and questionnair. There are only two students who are in fair and good category, 10 students are in poor category, and 6 students are in very poor category. The highest score is 75 and the lowest one is 5. Most students are failed in verb, though they master noun the most. Most students chose task 1 (matching words and the meaning) and task 5 (finding the word class) as the easier tasks and task 2 (finding synonym and antonym) as the most difficult one. In conclusion, the students need a new treatment from teacher in order to enrich their vocabulary understanding.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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180.

DEVELOPMENT OF A TEST TO PROBE STUDENTS’ UNDERSTANDING OF THE NATURE OF ELECTRICITY
Jose Paulo Dela Cruz

The purpose of this study is to construct a concept test that probes student understanding of the nature of electricity and classify their understanding according to existing theories, namely, the two-fluid theory, the one-fluid theory and the electron theory. The historical models students used in explaining their understanding of electricity were determined by taking into account student choices on each item and through their explanations on the second tier of the test. From the initial 21-item draft of true-false test, the test was revised into a 15-item true-false-two-tiered test after the validation of experts. The respondents were also required to explain their choice after each item. Responses of the samples revealed that among the three historical models of electricity – one-fluid, two-fluid and electron – the electron model was used distinctly. Other students explained their understanding using two models but more students would use multiple models in explaining their understanding of the nature of electricity. Based on the results of the study, responses of the students about the nature of electricity should further be explored to understand how the alternative models were constructed by them. It is further recommended that the test be used as a pre-test before starting a lesson in electricity for the teacher to determine the models withheld by the students to aid the teacher in designing the lesson and correct the alternative conceptions of the students about the nature of electricity.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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181.

Enhancing Teacher’s Success through The Lecture Method with Emotional Intelligence and Teaching Motivation
Syahraini Tambak* & Desi Sukenti**

The problem in this study was how the influence of emotional intelligence and teaching motivation on the teacher’s success by using the lecture method at State Islamic secondary school (MTsN) in Pekanbaru City. The advantage of this research was expected to be the measurement of teachers’ success at all MTsNs in Pekanbaru after using the lecture method. The study showed that emotional intelligence and teaching motivation had significantly influenced on the teacher’s success after using the lecture method at MTsNs in Pekanbaru with the probability value was 0.01<0.05. Such influence could enhance the teachers’ success up to 18.9% with the level of relation was strong enough (0,453). The teachers who did not have emotional intelligence and teaching motivation in teaching through the lecture method only could enhance the success at about 26.508%. Conversely, if the teachers who had emotional intelligence and motivation in teaching, the success after using the lecture method was approximately 73,4%. Each additional point of emotional intelligence and teaching motivation in using the lecture method was predicted to enhance the success of learning process.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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The Implications of Quantum Teaching Model and Expository Learning Model in Introduction to Management Courses at Faculty of Economics, State University of Padang
Rose Rahmidani Email: rose_unp@yahoo.com

This research examines the differences in student learning outcomes using Quantum Teaching model (a combination of effective recording methods/write stacking notes and passing of idea paper techniques) compare with the use of Expository Learning Model. This research determine the differences on students learning outcomes in introduction to management courses by using Quantum Teaching model compare with Expository Learning Model at Faculty of Economics, State University of Padang.
This research is a quasi experiment type. The population are students taking the Introduction to Management courses from January to June, 2016 (session code 201520530063 and 201 520530062). This research used total sampling technique. Experimental class taught using quantum teaching model while the control class using expository learning model. There are 30 students in each class. Data analysis used normality test, homogeneity and hypothesis testing used t test.
The results of this research indicate that (1) student learning outcome in the experimental class that taught by quantum teaching model (with an average score 79.19) is better than student learning outcome in the control class that used expository model (with an average score 74.30); (2) There are significant differences with th = 6.8599 and tt = 2.02 at α=0.05 between student learning outcomes at the introduction to management courses using quantum teaching model compare with student outcome using the expository model at Faculty of Economics, State University of Padang.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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The Implications of Cognitive Neuroscience In Optimizing The Balance Function of Right And Left Brain Through Learning On The Introduction to Accounting 1 Courses at Faculty of Economics, State University of Padang
Dessi Susanti & Menik Kurnia Siwi

This research examines the differences in cognitive value of students that taught on Introduction to Accounting 1 courses using Brain-based Learning model and Expository-based Learning Model. The purposes of this study are to analyze (1) the differences on cognitive value of the students in Introduction to Accounting 1 courses using Brain-based Learning model compared to Expository Learning Model; (2) The difference on cognitive value of students in Introduction to Accounting 1 courses with initial high motivation taught by Brain-based Learning models compared with the cognitive value of students in same course with high motivation taught by Expository Learning Model; (3) The difference on cognitive value of students in Introduction to Accounting 1 courses with initial low motivation taught by Brain-based Learning models compared with the cognitive value of students in same course with low motivation taught by Expository Learning Model; (4) Interaction between Brain-based Learning model with motivation against cognitive value in Introduction to Accounting 1 student.
This type of research is quasi experiment. The populations are students taking the Introduction to Accounting 1 course from July to December, 2015 using total sampling technique. Experimental class taught using Brain-based Learning model while control class using Expository learning model. Data analysis used 2 tailed ANOVA.
The results of this research indicate that (1) cognitive value of students in Introduction to accounting 1 taught using Brain -based Learning model is higher than the cognitive value of students taught using Expository Learning model; (2) cognitive value of students in Introduction to accounting 1 with high motivation taught by Brain-based Learning models is higher than the cognitive value of students with high motivation taught by Expository Learning model; (3) cognitive value of students in Introduction to accounting 1 with low motivation taught by Brain-based Learning models is lower than the cognitive value of students with low motivation taught by Expository Learning model; (4) There is interaction between the Brain-based Learning model with motivation against cognitive value in Introduction to Accounting 1 student.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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DEVELOPING COOPERATIVE LEARNING VIDEO FOR STUDYING ECONOMICS AT SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Armiati*1, Rose Rahmidani#2

This study aims to products produced in the form of video of cooperative learning for high school economics teachers using Student Team Achievement Division (STAD) methods combined with Course Review Horay (CRH) methods at the material of the price balance. Design of this study is development research (Research and Development, R & D). Data analysis technique using descriptive and qualitative analysis. The results of this study : 1) Video of cooperative learning as a reference for high school economics teachers to perform more varied learning in the classroom. 2) Based on the assessment of the experts, it is known that this instructional video included in the category of decent and usable. 3) teacher responses in field test shows that teachers provide good feedback so instructional video is feasible and can be used as an alternative in teaching.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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Can We Use E-Learning to Increase Cognitive Proses on Physic Equation Understanding? A Preliminary Result
Sintia W. Niasari(a*),Eddy Hartantyo(a), Guntur C. Utomo (b)

E-learning was used widely and increasingly on higher education (i.e. university). It provides various activities and forms for the students. E-learning also gives unlimited distance and time as long as the students have internet connectivity. In this study, we used online learning, as one of e-learning forms, containing short video and one page PDF files. These files provide a priori knowledge for students who take Electromagnetic class on the fifth semester. Based on the theoretical framework of cognitive load theory, a priori knowledge might support the development of secondary knowledge. Thus, we want to know whether provided a priori knowledge enhances the students understanding on electromagnetic equations.

One class was a control group consisted of 40 students who took electromagnetic class. Another class was an experimental group, consisted of 40 students, in the same subject who used e-learning as a combination with contemporary class. A pretest/ posttest were performed for analysis of both classes. The hypothesis that a priori knowledge increases the understanding of physics students on electromagnetic theory was confirmed. When mark of pretest/posttest of control and experimental classes were compared, it was found that the experimental group answers the pretest/posttest more correct than the control group.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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Online Learning: Does It Enhance Technical Ability of University students’? Study Case: Geophysics Students
Eddy Hartantyo (a), Sintia W. Niasari (a*), Guntur C. Utomo (b)

Geophysics is the study of physical characteristic of the Earth. It correlates the physical properties and geological phenomena. This means that geophysics students should be able to apply physic equations to understand geological features on the Earth. This study aims to investigate the effects of online learning on University students’ ability to apply physics equations on geophysical methods, such as geo-electricity and electromagnetics (GEM). The experiment included two conditions: students who took contemporary GEM class (G1) and other students who used online learning as a combination with contemporary class (G2). The online learning consists of a priori knowledge videos, small tests, and GEM modeling based tutorials. These materials are mandatory for G2 class.

Using pretests at the beginning and posttests at the end of the GEM class, effects of online learning on students’ ability were measured. Through analyses, it was found that the online learning enhances the students’ ability to apply physics equations. Geophysics students’ skills were positively affected as compared to the control group.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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Designing of Intelligent Robot Tool for Teaching Based on Computer Interactive Learning And Computer Assisted Learning to Improve the Skill of Learner
M. Syariffuddien Zuhrie 1,Achmad Imam Agung 2,Nur Kholis3,Subuh Isnur Haryudo 4

In the last two decades, the use of mobile robots continues to grow, because there are several benefits for industry and society. In Indonesia, the object of this research is a topic that continues to grow. Actually, the development of robotics in Indonesia has been very encouraging. The focus of this research is the design of the device in the course of intelligent robot through the fire fighting home robot that is booming and will be implemented in the Indonesia Robot Contest and the industrial world in order to advance the Indonesia world of robotics. In the first year focused on teaching module manufacturing, planning mechanical design, control system through microprocessor technology and maneuverability of the robot. The principal issue is how the curriculum and the learning modules are implemented in accordance with the approach of industrial needs. To answer these problems in this research will be compiled in the form of Intelligent Robot Tool for Teaching Based on Computer Interactive Learning and Computer Assisted Learning to improve the skills of learners.
Specific objectives to be achieved, namely the drafting of this research to Design of Intelligent Robot Tool for Teaching Based on Computer Interactive Learning and Computer Assisted Learning. Generally, this research resulted in two main points, the first is a guide to determine the content of teaching materials and learning strategies, the latter in the form of teaching materials and equipment that had been adapted to the needs as a tool for teaching and learning tool at the State University of Surabaya (Universitas Negeri Surabaya) to improve the skills of learners.
Computer interactive learning and computer assisted learning is a teaching strategy that emphasizes the use or the use of computers and learning aids (assisted learning) in teaching and learning process.
This research conducted by applying the research design development with the aim to produce a product in the form of modules and learning devices for Intelligent Robot. These modules developed are the results of research and monitoring lead researcher with the team for 3 years continue to develop research-based on the Indonesia Robot Contest. Data dissemination module results in students of Department of Electrical Engineering of the State University of Surabaya (Universitas Negeri Surabaya) obtained using questionnaire responses sheet instruments
Assessment validator of the module is referring to the validation sheet indicators. From the data of the Indonesia Robot Contest during the period 2009 - 2015 can be seen that the modules that have been developed have reached the fourth stage of the research methods of development that disseminate methods. Socialization questionnaires showed that levels of student majoring in electrical engineering competencies image currently only limited to conventional electronic circuit. The average assessment is 3.34 validator included in either category.
Modules developed can give hope to the future are able to Intelligent Robot Algorithm Tool for Teaching Based on Computer Interactive Learning and Computer Assisted Learning method to improve the skills of learners that can be applied to the field. Results of student responses also showed a positive response to the module robotics and computer-based interactive learning assisted learning developed. The average assessment is 3.34 validator included in either category

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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Improving Student’s Higher Order Thinking Skills through Problem- Based Learning
Rizqa Devi Anazifa, Ria Fitria Hadi

In Bloom’s taxonomy, the ability to apply, analyze, evaluate, and create belong to higher order thinking skills. One of the teaching models that provides students to enhance student’s thinking skills is problem- based learning. Problem- based learning can be described as a model of teaching that encourages student to solve the problems and find meaningful solutions through active- learning activities. Problem- based learning has characterisctics that can improve student’s thinking ability, there are (1) student’s centered, (2) problem- based, (3) problem solving, (4) self- directed learning, (5) reiterative, (6) collaborative, (7) self reflective, (8) self- monitoring, and (9) authentic. In order to conduct learning activities using problem based learning, there are five phases in learning activities: (1) problem orientation, (2) study organization, (3) individual and group investigation, (4) presentation or exibition, and (5) analysis and evaluation. In conclusion, problem- based learning can create active- learning environment which can encourages student’s higher level thinking.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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DESIGNING, IMPLEMENTING & EVALUATING ELECTRONICS JOURNEY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (e-JMS) BASED KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
1. Prof. Jann Hidajat Tjakraatmaja & 2. SATAM, S.T, MBA candidate

DESIGNING, IMPLEMENTING & EVALUATING ELECTRONICS JOURNEY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (e-JMS) BASED KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
(Study Case at Maintenance North – Sumatera Light Oil PT. CPI)
1Prof. Jann Hidajat Tjakraatmaja & 2SATAM, S.T, MBA candidate
1Lecturer; 2Students
School Business & Management Faculty
Master of Business Administration Program,
Bandung Technology Institute
Email: satam@sbm-itb.ac.id

ABSTRACT

Maintenance North is a team’s of Sumatera Light Oil Operating Unit in PT. Chevron Pacific Indonesia that responsible to maintains all equipment’s oil & gas facilities in Minas, Libo, Duri, Bekasap, Bangko and Balam fields. They are ensuring the equipment can function with properly to support operation productivity.
The problem faced by team’s was related scatter working coverage area has highly risk of driving activities due daily journeys to maintaining equipment’s facilities on the several road types, directly contact to public road traffic, and unpredictable the journey situations.
The reasons of journey management system implementing to protects the employees and assets from hazard risks exposure while executing daily jobs and it’s one alternative method to sustain safety performance and efficiency cost in the vehicle usage.
Electronics Journey Management System is application software that uses system to perform special journey management by online electronic system on submission and approval of vehicle requisition, database and report management, monitoring and tracking system, alarm vehicle speed limit areas, selection of safely journeys route, selection of safe rest area, risk analysis calculation, behaviors driving, and comply with the internal company rules and government regulations to sustain safety driving activities purpose.
The research explains of designing, implementing and evaluating e-JMS based Knowledge Management approach in People, Process and Technology. It is the most important integrated methods to justify the successful of electronics Journey Management System (e-JMS) implementation.
The collecting data process begins by mapping the existing data of motor vehicle crash incidents, behavior based safety, effectiveness and efficient cost of vehicle, conducting questionnaires and survey to review the current condition and statistical processing to facilitate making analysis of the research.
The system and software development tool has been proven running on the daily implementation. All employees’ feedback, suggestion and continuous evaluating of electronics Journey Management System implementations are collecting for further improvement in the future.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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THE IMPLEMENTATION OF BEYOND CENTERS AND CIRCLE TIMES (BCCT) IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
Slamet Lestari

There are several aims of this study. First, it aims to describe the implementation of BCCT at Rumah Ibu, an early childhood education institution in Yogyakarta. Second, it aims to investigate the constraints in the implementation of BCCT at Rumah Ibu. Third, it aims also to examines the efforts to overcome the obstacles in implementation of BCCT at Rumah Ibu.
This is a qualitative study. The participants includes the principal and the teachers of Rumah Ibu. Interviews, observations, and documentation were used as data collection techniques, while the interactive model become the method of the data analysis in this study.
There are several results of this study. First, BCCT at Rumah Ibu is implemented in the contemporary style. This is different from the other early childhood learning institutions which are conducting in the classical style. The implementation of BCCT at Rumah Ibu makes learning more meaningful and fun because of the learning method and setting which use several playing centers. Second, the constraints in the implementation of BCCT at Rumah Ibu consist of students’ difficulties in adapting themselves to the learning patterns, the lack of facilities for BCCT implementation, and the lack of teachers’ competencies for BCCT, especially the new teachers. Third, to overcome the obstacles in implementation of BCCT at Rumah Ibu, teachers need to give meaning and direction to students, to explore the natural environment, to make educative games equipment, and to participate in seminars, training, and internships.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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CHARACTERISTICS OF PHILOSOPHY AND VALUES OF LECTURERS’ WORK CULTURE (QUALITATIVE STUDY IN STATE UNIVERSITY PADANG AND GORONTALO)
ARWILDAYANTO AND FORY NAWAY

The purpose of this research is to find out the diversity of philosophies and values of lecturer work culture at Padang State University and Gorontalo State University sourced from cultural entities where the lecturers origin. This diversity makes the wealth of the top leaders which needs to be managed well to increase the lecturer work productivity. The research method is qualitative. Data obtained by observation, sighting, and interviews with informants related to the lecturer work culture. The results showed that the philosophy and values of work sourced from the entity of origin affects the work culture shown by the lecturers.

Topic: Organizational Culture in Education Administration and Management

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THE MANAGEMENT MODEL OF TEACHING INDONESIAN LANGUAGE FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS BASED ON LOCAL CULTURE
Prof. Dr. Andayani, M.Pd.

Indonesian language is increasingly in demand not only by Indonesian people. Because of Indonesia has strategic geographical position and unique cultural diversity. Indonesian language become a bridge for other nations to increase their understanding of the local culture. Foreign students studying Indonesian increasingly lot. This requires the application of appropriate learning models. Therefore be required the management model to accommodate it. The management model includes requirements of teachers, syllabus, materials, instructional media, and the evaluation procedures. Then, the understanding of local culture includes artifacts, sociofacts, and mentifacts which is integrate in the learning device.

Topic: Organizational Culture in Education Administration and Management

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Ethnicity, Nationalism, and Global Values in Peace Education: Cross-Sectional Survey at Brigjen Katamso I High School in Medan City
Sarjoni Herri

The quest for equality and identity between ethnicity, nationalism, and global values can be done side by side and be able to compete with each other. The most important issue is how the educational institutions in Indonesia can reconcile these differences. In this case, peace education is expected to be a binding factor of three difference values. Peace education prioritizes the harmonization of these values. This research was conducted using survey methods, which are grouped into descriptive and verification study. Data were obtained from the empirical research results through the deployment of questionnaires to 112 students at Brigjen Katamso I High School in Medan. The students represent various ethnics, namely form Malay, Batak, Javanese, Minang (Padang), Chinese and Indian. The path analysis model shows that students with diverse backgrounds can coexist in the same environment. In turn, this can form a high sense of nationalism, and in the end, can facilitate students to participate in a global peace.

Topic: Organizational Culture in Education Administration and Management

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Antecedent Factors of Attitude toward Corruption: an Empirical Study in Indonesian Context
Sabrina O. Sihombing

Corruption is one main national enemy in Indonesia. Three variables (i.e. personal values, religious values, and integrity) are as antecedent variables in explaining attitude toward corruption. This research aims to examine the relationship between personal values and religious values toward perception of integrity, and the relationship between integrity and attitude toward corruption. The primary data was obtained using questionnaires with the sample size of 250 respondents. The data then was analyzed by using structural equation modeling (SEM). This study found that perception toward integrity is not a significant predictor of attitude toward corruption.

Topic: Organizational Culture in Education Administration and Management

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Transformation of School Cultural Values in Character Education
Arifin, Ahmad Sonhadji, Ibrahim Bafadal, Ali Imron

This article discusses transformation of school cultural values in character education. This study aimed to outline importances in the transformation of school cultural values in the management of: a) curriculum and learning, b) students, c) teachers and school practitioners to realize the character education. This study was a qualitative study which employed the case study design. The participants of this study were the principals, teachers, practitioners, and students of Senior High School in Gorontalo Province. The results of the analysis revealed that the habituation of cultural values such as religious values, honesty, togetherness, modesty, and discipline which have formed a systematic and persistent integration with the management of curriculum, of students, of teachers and practitioners, can accomplish the goals of character education which create a generation that is emotionally, socially, and spiritually intelligent. This excellent generation with multiple intelligences is a key to a better future since they have been prepared to face various problems at different circumstances

Topic: Organizational Culture in Education Administration and Management

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THE DIFFERENCES OF EMPHASIS AMONG TEACHERS, STUDENTS AND PARENTS CONCERNING OF SCHOOL CLIMATE
Rahmania Utari, M.Pd. & Mada Sutapa, M.Si.

This paper is based on the research which is conducted at Gunungkidul regency, Indonesia. The objective of this research is to create web-based school climate measurement instrument. This research use design and development method which is the combination of research and development (R & D) and design and development (D & D). The research had spent one year from two planned years. At the first year, the target of the research is to create school climate measurement instrument substance. Meanwhile, the second year target is web-based school climate measurement information system. This paper describes the earlier stage of the research that present suggestions and opinions from stakeholder concerning school climate measurement. The data was collected through FGD with the collaboration of teachers, headmaster, education department staff, students, and parents. Since there are some differences of emphasis on school climate aspect among the participants, the school climate survey will be given to three parties adapting their point of view on school climate.

Topic: Organizational Culture in Education Administration and Management

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Cognitive Readiness and the Change in Organizational Job Culture
Abdullah Derahman, Ahmad Sabry Othman, Wan Aziz Wan Mohd Amin

The aim of this study is to examine the cognitive readiness in relation to the changes
of the organization culture among lecturers in the Institute of Teacher Education in
Malaysia. In this study, mixed method approach was used to employ quantitative data and interviews with lecturers in Institute of Teacher Education Malaysia were conducted. The independent variables are the cognitive readiness for change is, management supports , efficacy, personal valence, discrepancy and communication. Whilst, the dependant variable is the change in organizational culture with the dimensions that comprise of organizational commitment, locus controls, intensity, impact of change and traditional respects. The data was collected through questionnaires given to 360 lecturers and interviews with 22 lecturers from 19 Institutes of Teacher Education throughout Peninsular Malaysia. Correlative testing shows there is a significant relationship between the cognitive readiness the change of organizational culture. Regression analysis shows the influence of cognitive readiness style on the change in organizational culture. The findings of the study support that in the ever changing environment, there is a need for a leadership which can make effective change. However, to have a new environment in an organization needs full commitment from its members.

Topic: Organizational Culture in Education Administration and Management

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Climate Establishment in An Indonesian International Standardized School (School Climate Study in SMAN 1 Kasihan Bantul)
Cepi Safruddin Abdul Jabar, Rahmania Utari, Priadi Surya, and Tina Rahmawati

The research aim is to analyze students perceptions of school climate, teachers perceptions of school climate, and School Principal efforts to build school environment that encourages community learning.
This research employs qualitative-descriptive method. The subjects of this research are the school principal, teachers, and students. The main sources of information are the school principal, teachers, non teaching staffs, and students. The data was collected through observation, interview, Focus Group Discussion, and documentation study. Data was processed by using descriptive data analysis techniques. The data validity of this research considered the principles of credibility, transferability, dependability and confirm ability techniques.
The results showed that students and teachers perceive the school climate at was generally positive. They think that the current conditions of the school is one of the legacies of the previous leadership. At that time, the organizational work ethos was built based on the realization that the students input was categorized as low achievement. The efforts of principals in shaping the school environment that encourages community learning in school is a way to improve the quality of schools focusing all school components, such as input, process and output. There were some efforts made by principal in creating a school environment that encourages learning community, such as: developing teacher professionalism; coaching teachers; direct and indirect supervision; maintaining harmonious relations; and developing of talents, interests, and character of students through intra and extra-curricular.

Topic: Organizational Culture in Education Administration and Management

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Developing Instructional Materials for Nursing Students at Toraja South Sulawesi, Indonesia
Nehru Pasoloran Pongsapan

Developing instructional material learning is to find out learning needs of the learners in a particular course to meet specific purpose. Therefore this research aims: (1) to find out the language needs of the English language learning for the nursing students in Toraja. (2) To find out the learning needs of ELT for the nursing students in Toraja, (3) to develop ESP Course Material to meet the needs of the nursing students in Toraja based on the learning and language needs.
Design and develop instructional material for nursing students based on Need Analysis on Target situation, Present Situation, Strategy, and Pedagogic and methodological need analysis. Instructional material developed by involving experts at teaching English language or medical fields, English lecturers and the students at Nursing Collage in Tana Toraja, in small group by using checklists evaluation then was analyzed in Mix-methods.
The result of this research shown (1) The language needs in English for nursing are; for career, study and looking for job are more preferred than other purposes and the situation in hospital where, such as giving advice, explaining laboratory test, and administering medication commonly use English (2) listening, speaking and writing skills are recognized to be more suitable skills, English language ability, such as pronunciation and vocabulary are very important, and in learning preferences, working in a small group and working with other students or peer work are preferred activities than others. (3) English Speaking Skills material was developed by based on the needs analysis throughout ADDIE approach.

Topic: Quality Assurance in Education

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Alternative Strategies Implementation of School Accreditation For Quality Assurance in Education
Nani Hartini

School accreditation has been implemented in Indonesia since a few years ago. In the course of its history has undergone changes and governance systems. Accreditation provides benefits to the advancement of education in Indonesia. This lies behind the author to conduct research on alternative strategies implementation in Indonesia in the accreditation of schools of education quality assurance. The findings of the study there are still weaknesses in the implementation of school accreditation, namely (1) understanding how to fill in instrument and the presentation of the data that support it, (2) school burdened by a number of instruments that are required to be able to identify the actual school profile. Based on this, the researchers propose an alternative strategy in the implementation of the accreditation of the school by dividing the activity per periodization time: (1) Annually: preparing teachers to teach administration, preparing the physical evidence for the eight national education standards, preparing physical evidence as possible, (2) 6 months prior to accreditation: principals and supervisors provide direction and briefing about the accreditation system, to form the core team, and (3) a week towards accreditation: preparing technical things to deal with visitation assessors and (4) the following year after accreditation: prepare and enter data in the computer system with the web-based system standards Assessment report that will help schools to prepare for review.

Topic: Quality Assurance in Education

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Quality Management for Educational Institution
Suharto (a*), Indra Santosa (b)

Background: In the competition area such as nowadays happens, all of business institution need good or qualified employees. One of place that can produce the good or qualified employees is educational institutions. By setting educational institution becoming qualified institution, there are several parties getting benefit. The user of alumni finds the qualified employees. The alumni becomes qualified person. The institution is raising the profile. One of the way how to establish the education institution becoming qualified institution is implementing quality management. Several kind of quality management implemented in an institution, we must choose which is suitable to implement in educational institution.
The objective of this paper is identifying whether the kind of quality management that suitable for educational institution.
Method: This paper used qualitative approach. Data and information collected by searching internet, interview with lecturer, teacher, and or institution management, and study literature even text book and journal.
Result: Among several models of quality management, the suitable model for implemented in the educational institution is combination of quality management model that using process and result approach with improvement for its implementation.

Topic: Quality Assurance in Education

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MODEL DEVELOPMENT OF QUALITY MANAGEMENT EDUCATION IN VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS IN BANDUNG
Endang Herawan, Dedy Achmad Kurniady

This research was conducted on the basis of the observation that the obtained information that there are some vocational graduates have been able to compete with graduates of higher education, but it is still a small part only and that too for graduates who do have willpower and high creativity. Although school learning innovation, and the carrying capacity of the business world and industry allegedly increased but still raises issues that seem to repeat the last problem.
Model of Quality Management Education Development relation to the effectiveness of the implementation of vocational education in Bandung aims to: 1) Verifying and describing data about the plans and programs developed to improve the quality and relevance of education 2) Verifying, describing and interpreting the strategy of implementation of plans and programs in vocational schools in Bandung, 3) Verifying and describing the supervision conducted by the leader of the school, and 4) Verifying remediation efforts in order to achieve quality education and relevant to the needs of industry.
The results of this interim study found that in principle, the school already has a quality management model, by developing a quality assurance system based on ISO 9001: 2008. However, the new system was limited to the procedures and requirements for accreditation and attract interest to users of educational services, it has not been fully become the foundation or basis in running the educational process that can produce graduates according to the needs of business world and industry.
Based on this, it is only logical research related to the development of quality management model of education in vocational is necessary for consideration and referral in order to further improve the quality educational outcomes.

Topic: Quality Assurance in Education

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The effectiveness of the Quality Improvement Program (Case Study at MPI Prodi UIN SGD Bandung FTK)
Badrudin

The effectiveness of quality improvement study program is the strength, ability, and habits Prodi in implementing management functions to achieve quality Prodi Prodi. Less occurrence of quality improvement due Prodi Prodi management capacity is not developed in a systematic, ongoing, and continuous with the context of the department of Islamic Education Management. The focus of this research is the strategy of improving the quality of Prodi aimed to describe and analyze: 1) Vision, Mission, Objectives, and Indicators Prodi quality, (2) Policy Prodi on strategies to improve the quality, (3) Strategy achievement of quality programs, (4) capacity Building PTK, (5) Leadership quality (quality leadership), (6) Perspective development of quality Prodi ahead. This research uses descriptive method with qualitative approaches at the locus Prodi S1 MPI FTK UIN SGD Bandung. Analysis of data using analytical models Miles & Hubermen consisting of data collection, data presentation, drawing conclusions, and data reduction. The results showed that Prodi is the object of research has the vision, mission and clear objectives so as to direct the learners become superior students and noble. Policies introduced Prodi S1 MPI for quality improvement is very strategic for the development of future Prodi. First, apply a Quality Management System (QMS) ISO 9001: 2008 as the basis for continuous improvement. Second, improve the utilization of human resources and existing infrastructure to produce graduates who have intellectual, emotional, spiritual, and has a personality. Third, improve and develop the competence of teachers and education personnel to achieve quality education and excellent service in organizing educational activities. Fourth, improve the utilization of Information and Communication Technology (ICT).

Topic: Quality Assurance in Education

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Analyzing the Appeal of Bank and Other Financial Institution Course towards Students Career Intention
Mahir Pradana

While in the world known as one of the broadest discipline, Business Administration is also one of the fastest-growing study programs at Telkom University, Indonesia. Established in 2008, the program now has over 1000 alumni and currently is among the top seven admission at the university.
Business Administration graduates career prospect ranges from plunging into entrepreneurship to becoming employees in national banks. Therefore, this research focuses in one of the courses related to banking knowledge, which is Bank and Other Financial Institutions.
This research compares students intentions and behaviours before and after taking the course. The intended outcome is to see whether Bank and Other Financial Institutions course is quite effective in affecting students intention to work in banking institutions. The sample used was 25 students of Business Administration international class, with confirmatory factor analysis as a data processing method.

Topic: Research on Education Administration

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205.

Examining Supervisor Competences in Implementing School Based Management to Improvement Quality of The Secondary School in Kabupaten Boalemo, Gorontalo
Arfan Arsyad

This study aims to asses supervisor competences in: (1) personal competences, (2) managerial supervision, (3) competences in academic supervision, managing curriculum and teaching and learning, (4) competences in the development of school climate and culture, (5) competence in research and development, (6) social competences, and (7) competences in the implementation of school-based management.
This study uses a quantitative approach with descriptive explanatory methods. The population was the whole Supervisor in Boalemo district, Gorontalo (19 supervisors). The technique of collecting data was used questionnaires. Data were analyzed using descriptive analysis techniques percentage. The study found: (1) A competency test for the supervisor as instrument to mapping the competency of supervision, (2) The result of the competency test, showed that overall the level of the supervisor competence was moderate regarding their competences in personality, managerial supervision, academic supervision, managing curriculum and learning, competence in the development of school climate and culture, as well as their competences in implementing of school-based management

Topic: Research on Education Administration

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206.

IMPLEMENTATION OF SCHOOL-BASED MANAGEMENT TOWARDS PEACE BUILDING AND CHILD PROTECTION IN THE CENTRAL MOUNTAINS PAPUA
Dr. Ir. Agustinus Hermino, M.Pd

The purpose of this research is to describe about implementation of school-based management in three pillars towards peace building and child protection in primary schools in the District Jayawijaya, Central Mountains Papua. The research method applied is qualitative research with content analysis approach were used to identify opinions and perceptions of implementation school-based management. Result of the study showed: (1) lack of parenting in the family makes children cannot learn as well, because at home they have to work or help parents in the garden. Especially in the season open the gardens, children cannot go to school because they have to help parents; (2) general community still do not understand about role of the school committee so that a sense of ownership of the school and community responsibility for the continuity of education in the region have not been so strong; and (3) joyful learning is a new concept that is a little difficult to be accepted by the teacher because because most children will understand their responsibility as students when teachers through teaching commensurate with the conditions of the region. Based on these conditions, strong leadership and contextual understanding really important to develop peacebuilding and child protection for the successful implementation of school-based management.

Topic: Research on Education Management

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207.

Innovative Management of Pesantren (Islamic boarding school) to Maintain the Existence of Islamic Education System (a review of the multicultural education system in Indonesia)
Fatin Nuha Astini

Indonesia has diversity in various aspects, including cultural diversity and educational systems. Pesantren is one of the diversity on the education systems in Indonesia. Historically, Pesantren is the earliest Islamic education and still survive until now, even in the middle of various challenges. The existence of Pesantren is considered necessary because it is one of knowledge transfer media, and the place which produce Kader Ulama as well as the future generation which is based on Islamic values, regardless of the view of some western media which identifies Pesantren with terrorism. Indeed, lately, Pesantren have been transformed as modern Pesantren which combines Islamic education and general education. Based on literature study and observation, this study found that there are some challenges in Pesantren management, namely the overlapping between curriculum of government and Pesantren, decreasing loyalty of Santri (students) towards Kyai (Pesantren’s great leader) and limitations of Pesantren infrastructure. So this paper will explain: a) Innovative management of Pesantren in increasing their existence in the multicultural education system in Indonesia, b) Policy Analysis of Ministry of Religion in Pesantren management.

Topic: Research on Education Management

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208.

THE INFLUENCE OF SELF EFFICACY TO BURNOUT MEDIATED BY STRESS AMONG KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS AT GUNUNG PATI DISTRICT
Sri Maryati Deliana;Ghia Mustika Pramudhita

The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of stres variables as a mediating role between self efficacy to burnout. The sample in this study were kindergarten teacher’s Gunungpati with purposive sampling data collection techniques and the sample were 60 teacher who have not been certified.The methods used in collecting the data was a questionnaire which was measured by likert scale. Analysis was partial test and the bootstrapping analysis used SPSS 20 . The results showed that there was significant effect between self efficacy on the stres. Significant effect also showed between self efficacy and stres on the burnout. Stres shown to have influence as a mediate role the relationship self efficacy on burnout, is indicated by t value of bootstrapping test (-3.352) > t table (-2.000).The conclusion from this research that self efficacy plays an important role in the onset of stres and burnout. The lower of self efficacy can affect on the higher stres and burnout of kindergarten teacher.

Topic: Research on Education Management

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209.

Development of Cooperation Model at Universitas Sebelas Maret
Dwi Tiyanto, Drajat Tri Kartono, Ahmad Zuber

One of the sources of income of the College is derived is Not State Tax Receipts (PNBP) mostly independently obtained the University through the partnership activities undertaken. As State institutions shape the Agency Services Businesses (BLU) University Sebelas Maret reserves the right to manage its assets in the form of cooperation activities. To improve the effectiveness of the management of the partnership then this research was conducted to produce models of governance of good cooperation. So that it can increase the revenue of the University. This research is qualitative research with strategy case study aims to analyze the implementation of policy governance in the activities of cooperation undertaken College with government agencies and private. The location of the research carried out at the University Sebelas Maret as College is growing and has a reputation. Data collection strategy using a purposive sampling technique. Data cooperation taken within five years from 2011 to 2015. The partnership approach used to analyze the data the cooperation already underway. Results of the study are as follows: (1) during the period of 2011-2015 University sebelas maret has conducted cooperation in the field of the Organization of the education, research and community service, management and leasing of assets, as well as the utilization and management of assets does not appear, (2) cooperation is carried out by various partners i.e. Government agencies, universities, corporations and banks, (3) an increase in the number of cooperation activities undertaken during the five-year average of 100.33% on all types of cooperation (4) the partnership has done has not been managed with good management and integrated, (5) multiple co-venture has not met the principle of partnership, cooperation, determination of the legality of financial management, and financial administration. (6) various patterns of cooperation that are not yet integrated in the management system of one door (7) cooperation supported information systems to improve the effectiveness of the governance policy cooperation of universities.

Topic: Research on Education Management

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210.

A New Paradigm of Research Management in Higher Education: A Case Study at Politenik Negeri Bandung
Dr. Carolina M Lasambouw, S.H., M.Ed.Admin; Dr. Ediana Sutjiredjeki, M.Sc; Dra. Neneng Nuryati, M.Pd

Based on the enactment of law of the Republic of Indonesia number 12 of 2012 on Higher Education, as well as the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education’s Decree number 44 of 2015 on National Standards for Higher Education, each lecturer is required to do research. It is not an easy task for some lecturers in vocational education, such as Politeknik Negeri Bandung (Polban). The main problem encountered by Polban’s lecturers to do research is quite fully loaded teaching duties assigned by their faculties. This condition occurs, as formerly - since the polytechnic founded - the lecturers had no obligation to conduct research. Besides, their career promotion had not been based on their research performances. Therefore, it is not easy to push and motivate this group of lecturers to fulfil the research obligation.

This paper discusses the strategies and the efforts that have been made by the Bandung State Polytechnic to increase the numbers of research and scientific publications both on a national and international level. The strategic choice particularly to solve the problem is by increasing the lecturer’s capacity to conduct researches as well as strengthening the research institutions, including the management of research that has been generally overlooked. The first step is to devise research competencies standard for lecturers at Polban, as well as its evaluation tools. The standard was developed based on the mapping of lecturers’ competencies in carrying out research and scientific publications. Lecturers were also asked to complete Individual Research Plan (RIP) form which will be implemented in the next five years based on their experience in research and scientific publications. The researchers are then classified into three levels, they are: novice researchers, associate researchers and principal investigator.

In addition, Polban has been strengthening the research expert groups, among others by developing research skims to strengthen their competitiveness at the higher education or national level, and prepare the research roadmap. Furthermore, Polban has established an incentive system to reward lecturers who have shown well performing research. As a result of these strategies, the number of researchers in Polban has increased up to 70%.

Topic: Research on Education Management

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211.

Evaluating the Efficiency of Indonesia Secondary School Education
Riznaldi Akbar

In this study, we employ a data envelopment analysis (DEA) framework to examine the relationship between inputs and secondary school efficiency in Indonesia; and stochastic frontier analysis (SFA) to examine what factors that significantly affect secondary school inefficiency in Indonesia. The study used various input indicators including teacher-to-student ratio, number of teacher holding first degree qualification, average secondary school expense (in term of Rupiah), average duration to school (in term of minutes) and average distance to school (in term of kilometers), while our output variable is the average student score which reflects regional educational attainment calculated at the regional level for 33 regions in Indonesia.

In the 1st stage analysis, our main goal is to measure the efficiency of the region with regards to the average student score using non-parametric of the DEA. Our results suggest that the average technical efficiency of secondary school in the region is 89 per cent, ranging from 68 to 100 per cent. The most efficient regions with respects to education attainment in Indonesia are Sumatera Utara, Kepulauan Bangka Belitung, DKI Jakarta, Jawa Timur, Bali, Sulawesi Barat, Maluku, Maluku Utara and Papua Barat, while the most inefficient regions in our study are Sulawesi Tengah and Nusa Tenggara Timur.

The 2nd stage of analysis identifies factors that might significantly affect average student score in the region either positive or negative. In this study, we apply one-stage SFA and found that higher ratio of teacher-to-student and higher numbers of teacher holding first degree qualification significantly affect average student score in the region. In contrast, there is no evidence that average secondary school expense and school proximity (average duration and distance to school) are significantly related to the secondary school efficiency.

Topic: Research on Policy Analysis in Education

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212.

A Scalable Management Model for Developing Reading Habits in Children through "Proactive- Reading" and "Early-Literacy-Awareness" Approach
Ikhfan Haris

A Scalable Management Model for Developing Reading Habits in Children through "Proactive- Reading" and "Early-Literacy-Awareness" Approach

Ikhfan Haris
Universitas Negeri Gorontalo
Email: ifanharis@ung.ac.id

Abstract
Reading is considered as one amongst other tools for self-development and learning. Reading develops imagination and creativity, especially, at an early age and it opens the door to childs early academic success.
The purpose of this study is to develop a model of activities that can increase the reading habits and reading culture in students of elementary and junior high schools in Gorontalo Province.
Building on Henri, Warning and Angel (2008) model of the study of reading habits, the synthesis of this research proposes area of inquiry regarding the “element” of reading habits e.g. input, process and output variables associated with reading. Input variable can be connected with students, teachers, parents, government support, availability of books, reading facilities, the availability of the library. Process influences reading in children through the integration of reading in all the learning activities in the classroom, habituation to visit the library and actively promoting reading activities. Outputs variables included an active reader, changing of reading behavior, improve performance, and increase awareness about the importance of reading.
Research will be carried out in several stages: initial survey, identified and mapping the reading culture of students, develop a model, testing the validity of the model by using expert validation approach as well as field test of the model. Prior to implementation will be carried out thoroughly and spread revalidation and reconfirmation experts through field visits. A collaborative working among principal, teachers, students and parents will be employed to assist, monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of the model in implementation phase.

Keywords: Reading, habit, culture, student, proactive, early, literacy, awareness.

Topic: Research on Policy Analysis in Education

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213.

SECONDARY EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT MODEL "SCHOOL NATIONALITY" BORDER REGIONS WEST KALIMANTAN – SERAWAK MALAYSIA
Nuraini Asriati

This study emphasizes on education in border regions that can be used as a reference for the development of secondary education other border regions in Indonesia. The purpose of this study: 1) revealed secondary education special services "National School" border areas in order to achieve the quality standards of education; 2) prepare and develop a model / design curriculum of secondary education in the border areas, 3) analyze cargo learning materials for learners in border area that is vulnerable to pockets of problems in the border conflict. This research was conducted with qualitative and quantitative approaches through three phases: development and design, the pilot phase is limited in scope and form of the experimental validation stages wider. The importance of this study can be seen from the development and discovery of secondary education model of specialized services that can respond to the challenges and problems in the Border Region as a step to improve the competence of children in order to establish the independence of the National School of Secondary Education at the border by modifying the pattern of the learning curriculum living history and values kejuangan character and life skills-based defense-minded countries with regard owned local advantages in border regions, so that it can be applied as a process and learning models viable and appropriate in order to improve the quality of education in Indonesia. This study is a review of the manuscript that became a secondary education model offers the Border regions in Indonesia.

Topic: Research on Policy Analysis in Education

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214.

Teacher Deployment Policy Towards the Effective School Management
Nurkolis

The focus of this research is the process of policy-making in education specifically related to deployment of civil servant teachers for public elementary school. The policy process is analyzed with reference to Anderson and Dunn, namely the formulation of issues, policy formulation, policy determination, policy implementation, and policy evaluation. This article was written based on the results of the policy research using case study and the scope is meso policy analysis in Semarang District of Central Java Province. Data source derived from interviews with informants through focus group discussion conducted by 2014. Data were also obtained from three policy documents made by Regent of Semarang within the year 2014-2015. The process of policy starting from the formulation of the problem. Two things that are perceived by the local authorities of education namely the shortage of civil servant teachers and the large number of small school so it is not efficient and effective. Furthermore there were found five policy alternatives i.e. prospective civil servant recruitment, utilization of private teachers, multigrade teaching, regrouping, and mobile teacher. The selected policy is the one with the smallest risk i.e. the regrouping of the schools. The determination of policy start with the existence of the Semarang Regent Regulation of the number 28/2014 regarding technical guidelines for regrouping of public elementary school. Implementation of the policy created through the two decisions of the Semarang Regent i.e. number 900/0413/2014 regarding the determination of the regrouping of the public elementary school in Semarang, as well as the decision of the Semarang Regent of number 900/0453/2015 about determination of merger/regroup of public elementary school in Semarang. Because this policy is just starting to be implemented so that it has not found the existence of the policy evaluation. Setting up policy of teacher deployment in Semarang District it is as an attempt to bring about an effective school management.

Topic: Research on Policy Analysis in Education

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215.

Model Of Development Students Softskill With Credit System By Integration of Academic and Student Activities In ORMAWA Activity on Economic Education Program FE UNP
Armida. S, Menik Kurnia Siwi

Challenges of education organized is the graduates are absorbed in the world of work with the appropriate quality of the standards of careers. The graduates are faced with competition among universities in the country and abroad in line with the Asean Economic Community (AEC).
Efforts to improve student achievement in academic and non-academic is generally driven by the policy in UNP that of each graduates Padang State University will be awarded a Certificate of Companion Certificate (SKPI) since 2014. This SKPI given to graduates of the State University of Padang in accordance with current working conditions requires more soft skills than hard skills.
This study aims to visually design Development System Credit of Student Softskill (SKPSM) that encourage students to actively engage and compete in the areas of reasoning, aptitude interest and dedication. Activities are done in a balanced will sharpen and strengthen the mental, physical and rational thought students. Determination Policy Development System Credit of student Softskill (SKPSM) aims to encourage student involvement in non-academic and support academic achievement, in accordance with the vision and mission of Education Economics program, Faculty of Economics University of Padang.
The results of this research show that model of development students softskill with credit system by integration of academic and student activities In ORMAWA activity that constructed in the implementation of the program with a systematic, comprehensive and integrated.
Recommendations for economic education program (PSPE) to synergize between hard skills with soft skills and how the transmission hasn’t compulsion for both lecturers and students. and not an expense of credits that has so much in Higher Education. One way is by making transmission of soft skills in Hidden Curriculum, through the presentation of several topics in courses taught by lecturers who are integrated in the activities of student organizations, both extra-curricular activities or curricular.

Topic: Research on Policy Analysis in Education

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216.

CIPP Evaluation of The "SMK Rujukan" Development Program in Salatiga
a) Bambang Suteng Sulasmono, b) Nining Mariyaningsih



ABSTRACT
The study aimed to evaluate: (1) Context of referenced SMK development program implementation in SMK Negeri 2 Salatiga, (2) Input of referenced SMK development program implementation in SMK Negeri 2 Salatiga, (3) Process of referenced SMK development program implementation in SMK Negeri 2 Salatiga, (4) Product of referenced SMK development program implementation in SMK Negeri 2 Salatiga. This study is evaluation research by using CIPP model. The data were collected by interview and study of documentation. Steps implemented in data analysis included collection of data, reduction of data, displayed of data and verification of data. Data validation used by techniques and sources triangulation. The results of the study indicated that: (1) from the Context evaluation, the quality gap among SMK in Salatiga have triggered the needs of referenced SMK development program implementation, (2) from the Input evaluation, the program design has answered the need of referenced SMK development program implementation as a bridge to overcome the quality gap among SMK in Salatiga, and supported by necessary human resources and funds with clear mechanism of work. Although it was still needed more tools and infrastructures that SMK Negeri 2 deserves to be referenced SMK in Salatiga, (3) from the Process evaluation, the program of referenced SMK has implemented according to government guidelines. Factors supported the program namely: a good team work, a shared commitment to succeded the program, budget transparency, potential area, tools and infrastructures, teachers and students. Whereas the barrier factors included: different perceptions between refenced SMK and alliance SMK, and also lack of funding suppot that allocated for working along with alliance SMK, (4) from the Product evaluation, SMK Negeri 2 Salatiga already has three alliances SMK and succeded to deliver two of its alliance SMK to proposed themselves become referenced SMK on 2016. Based on the result of the study, it is recommended that the program should be continuing implemented with some revision on the aspect of communication building between reference school and alliance school, also necessary giving funding support for all SMK alliances.

Key words: Program evaluation, Referenced SMK, CIPP

Topic: Research on Policy Analysis in Education

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217.

DEVELOPING SCHOOL PERFORMANCE INDEX FOR ASSESSING INNOVATION CAPABILITY OF SCHOOL IN QUALITY IMPROVEMENT
Ikhfan Haris

Measuring the school performance becomes an important issue in education. In line with the increasing demand from stakeholders for better transparency, accountability and excellent services had made it a key component in the planning, development and effective management of school.
This paper presents the preliminary result of study on developing School Performance Index (SPI) as a tool for assessing innovation capability of school in quality improvement. Specifically, the purposes of this study are (1) developing instrument for measure of school performance, (2) establishing key performance indicators to asses innovation capability of school in quality improvement. The paper applies a research and development approach to develop the instrument for school performance index.
The preliminary result of this study has outlined a simple framework of performance index, which comprising four main indicators: management and organization, learning and teaching, student support and student performance.
Based on the preliminary findings of this study, a conceptual framework of school performance index will be provided in order to collect, analyze, measure and define innovation capability of school in quality improvement. In addition, a description of the scorecard of school performance index is also covered in the framework.

Topic: School Management

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218.

THE INFLUENCE OF IMPLEMENTATION OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT TOWARDS SUCCESS RATE OF MANAGEMENT OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS IN SUMEDANG REGENCY
Dr. Ipong Dekawati, M.Pd.

Issues addressed in this study is how far the influence of the implementation of human resource management towards success rate of management of early childhood education institutions. This study aims to find out and get a picture of the influence of the implementation of human resource management towards the success rate of management of early childhood education institutions in Sumedang Regency. The method used is descriptive and verification methods with Likert scale questionnaire as data collection techniques towards 95 teachers in Sumedang. This study used regression analysis techniques. Tests of significance used the F-test and t-test. The results were: (1) There is a significant relationship between the implementation of human resource management towards success rate of management of early childhood education institutions in Sumedang. The amount of the contribution made by the influence of the implementation of human resource management towards success rate of management of early childhood education institutions in Sumedang is 65.27%, while the rest were influenced by other variables

Topic: School Management

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219.

Free Business School Investing the Young Enterpreneurs
jainal rasydin

Route development the young enterpreneur in Indonesia still lacking from needed built nation. Event though opportunity business in a live arena. So great to press variable joblessness. Not yet carier in business much better certainly. Be present intitution o univecity which be payemt become one of hidronce the younger enterpreneurs. Which able to obtain addition education. Urgent education in this competent is a toll to give addition embrio in confront risk business. No wonder, largely the youn enterpreneur in Indonesia felt scary would readliness business because tool and infrastructure less lacking especially practice. Strengthening in science entrepreneurship to spark them to brave the plunge in the field. Schools are ideal to help strengthen entrepreneurship education. Only, in the process of entrepreneurship education are now either vocational or university is more focused to the knowledge alone.

Topic: School Management

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220.

Sekolah Bisnis Gratis Investasi Para Calon Enterpreneur
jainal rasydin

Trayek perkembangan para pembisnis muda di Indonesia masih sangat kurang dari kebutuhan untuk membangun negeri. Padahal peluang bisnis di arena kehidupan begitu besar untuk menekan variabel pengganguran. Belum lagi karir dalam berbisnis jauh lebih menjanjikan untuk profit tambahan bagi masa depan yang jauh lebih baik tentunya. Hadirnya lembaga atau universitas yang berbayar menjadi salah satu halangan para kaula muda yang tidak mampu untuk memperoleh edukasi tambahan. Urgensi pendidikan dalam kompetensi ini menjadi sarana untuk memberikan embrio tambahan dalam menghadapi resiko berbisnis. Tak heran kebanyakan para kaula muda di Indonesia merasa takut akan kesiapannya dalam berbisnis karena sarana dan prasana kurang terpenuhi terutama praktik. Penguatan ilmu dalam kewirausahaan dapat memunculkan minat mereka untuk berani terjun di lapangan. Sekolah secara idealnya dapat membantu penguatan edukasi kewirausahaan. Hanya saja, dalam proses pendidikan kewirausahaan sekarang baik kejuruan atau pun universitas lebih menitikberatkan kepada pengetahuan saja.

Topic: School Management

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221.

Management Activities Boarding School (Studies on MAN 1 Model Bukittinggi) by:Irsyad, Faculty of Educational Science, Padang State University
Irsyad

The background of this study was the observation of the writer in MAN 1 Model Bukittinggi which management activities of the boarding school not optimum. The goals of this study was to determine the management of the boarding school MAN 1 Model Bukittinggi. The research question posed is how the planning, organizing, coordinating, directing and controlling activities of MAN 1 Model Bukittinggi boarding school.
The study population was managers and students who live in dormitories totaling 55 people. Research instrument used in the form of guidance interviews and questionnaires. There are two models of the questionnaire used in the study, the first in the form of Guttman scale with alternative answers are yes, no and the second in the form chekhlist (with alternative answers can choose more than one). The data were processed using a percentage formula.
The results of this research generally show that: students perceptions about the management of the boarding school MAN 1 Model Bukittinggi are in very good category, which is the percentage of 83%. In particular, the activities related to planning, organizing activities, coordinating activities, direction and oversight by supervisors boarding school also has been very good. The percentage of respondents ranged from 77.71% to 87.92% of the stages of the management of the boarding school activities already implemented. Different from the results of the interview, in which the manager of the boarding school who had been appointed only one teacher (not a manager dormitory), most of the activities are delegated to the proctor. The function of the teacher coaches simply as the controller. In the other, the effectiveness of the activities that lead to the academic aspect is good enough, but for character building inclined or monotonous, either in the form of activities as well as methods of implementing them

Topic: School Management

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222.

THE MANAGEMENT OF SCHOOL CULTURE
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THE MANAGEMENT OF SCHOOL CULTURE

Sri Marmoah
Batanghari University–Jambi
marfuah_pt@yahoo.co.id

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Abstract

The formation of school culture is influenced by many factors, among others, enthusiastic teachers in teaching and mastery of the material with all learning model, abiding by the rules, disciplined, attitudes of teachers towards students, and school leadership style. The headmaster has to be able to implant, modernize, and increase mental value, moral, physical, characteristic and providing a model of headmaster by attitude, action, and behavior include the work performance and physical. The purpose of this research was to know the management of school culture to increase the quality of education. The design of this research was descriptive qualitative research. The data for this research was collected through interview, questionnaire, and documentation. In this research the researcher was given interview, it describes data about the management of school culture. Furthermore, the data collected and analyzed data through the steps of data reduction, data display, and conclusion. Based on the analysis of the interview, questionnaire, and documentation which related to the school culture, this research revealed three important findings. First, the management of school culture in Junior High School was optimal, where the principal done the planning, implementation, and evaluation of school culture management properly. Second, the factors inhibiting the implementation of the school culture management consist of supporting factors, namely low supports school activities, existence regulations that govern activities in the school and teachers commitment to repair the culture. While resistor factors, namely the lack of supports of the Department of Education, limited funding and lack of cooperation with the stakeholders and others institution. Third, the principal efforts of the Headmaster was made to improve the school culture was improving student achievement, and work with parents and teachers to encourage the management of school culture to be better and the improvement of school discipline was consistent.

Topic: School Management

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223.

Authentic Leadership and Work Climate
Aan Komariah, Dedy Ahmad Kurniady, Asep Sudarsyah

The main objective of this study was to assess the effect of Authentic Leadership to Work Climate in Madrasah Public and Private Madrasa Aliya in Tasikmalaya Regency. This research was conducted by using descriptive and verification method, with a quantitative approach. The population are 73 Public and Private Madrasas Aliyah in Tasiklmalaya Regency, with headmaster, school committee, and teachers as data sources. Data were collected using a questionnaire and analyzed using correlational analysis. The results showed that the overall picture of Public and Private Madrasah Aliyah in Tasikmalaya Regency are already high. Principals Leadership affect to the Work Climate Recommendation to improve madrasa is to promote the existence of madrasa leadership and other factors that influence the madrasa climate, such as the improvement of madrasah fasilities, learning strategy, usage of learning media, and the capacity development of continuous effefctive madrasa.


Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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224.

LEADERSHIP EFFECTIVENESS IN PONDOK PESANTREN (Multicases Study at PP. Kempek Cirebon, PP. Cipasung Tasikmalaya, and PP. Darussalam Subang)
Badrud Tamam

This study examining leadership effectiveness which emphasizing on delegation of authority, decision making, and conflict management aspects in pondok pesantren management. Research questions are: (1) How delegation of authority in leadership of pondok pesantren?; (2) How decision making in leadership of pondok pesantren?; (3) How conflict management in leadership of pondok pesantren?; and (4) How to formulate an effective leadership in pondok pesantren?. Research aims are to obtaining description and comprehensive understanding about delegation of authority, decision making, and conflict management aspects in pondok pesantren management; and getting an effective leadership formulation model in pondok pesantren. Qualitative approach was used in this study. Interview, observation, and documentation were used as data collection tools. Interactive model of data analysis was employed to analyze the data in this study with consist of three activities which are data data reduction, data display, and conclusion. The reliability of result were obtained with four criteria are: credibility, transferability, dependability, and confirmability. The results of study showed that leadership implementation which emphasizing on delegation of authority, decision making, and conflict management aspects in pesantren Kempek as representation of traditional/salaf pesantren, pesantren Cipasung as semi-modern/trantitional pesantren, and pesantren Darussalam as modern pesantren was implement ineffective. Based on this study findings, the recomendation are: to obtainning an effective leadership, delegation of authority process must be a well structurally system by clearity regulation; decision making process must be enclose depends on kyai (individual figure) and done by deliberation (musyawarah) with collectivelly leadership. And pesantren as traditional organisation must be openned as open organisation and accessable by broad community, so that they able to communicate and contribute positive inputs for educational/learning process development in the pesantren systems.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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DEVELOPMENT OF VALUE-BASED LEADERSHIP: MODEL IN QUALITY CULTURE IMPROVEMENT ON PRIMARY SCHOOLS
Dr. Asep suryana & Dr. Minnah El Widdah

Abstract

Leader’s personal values and commitment related to school quality culture. Principal leadership with universal-values in primary schools can improving culture quality in primary Schools. This study is aimed to analyze strengthened-universal values in primary schools, culture quality improvement, and the development of value-based leadership in terms of culture quality improvement. Qualitative method was employed to find out the descriptive of the development of value-based leadership model. The findings of this study are the foundation of value-based leadership is important for creating school’s culture and climate; strengthened-universal values must be woven together in curricula and extracurricular activities demonstrated in forms of discipline, esteem, obedient, responsibility, honesty, cooperation, and commitment. Whatever, quality culture development, along with school’s culture, climate, programs, and external environment, can be demonstrated by thoughts and attitudes that are verified either by tangible or intangible things continuously.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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DEVELOPMENT OF VALUE-BASED LEADERSHIP MODEL IN QUALITY CULTURE IMPROVEMENT IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS
Dr. Asep Suryana & Dr. Minnah El Widdah

This study is aimed to analyze leader’s personal values and commitment, along with value patterns and formation in quality-improvement development, in school administration. The expected outcomes are strengthened-universal values in primary schools, culture quality improvement, and the development of value-based leadership in terms of culture quality improvement. Qualitative method was employed to find out the descriptive of the development of value-based leadership model.
The findings of this study are the foundation of value-based leadership is important for creating school’s culture and climate; strengthened-universal values must be woven together in curricula and extracurricular activities demonstrated in forms of discipline, esteem, obedient, responsibility, honesty, cooperation, and commitment. Quality culture development, along with school’s culture, climate, programs, and external environment, can be demonstrated by thoughts and attitudes that are verified either by tangible or intangible things continuously.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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THE LEADERSHIP OF AN OUTSTANDING FEMALE PRINCIPAL IN IMPLEMENTING EFFECTIVE SCHOOL
Susan Febriantina

We studied female leadership style combined with skills in implementing effective school by using qualitative case study method. The result are female principal uses many styles in leading effective school, such as interactive, transformational, democratic/participative, authoritarian, and situational style within motherly approach. Moreover, we found the uniqueness of her leadership are the combination of motherly leadership approach with some skills included technique, human interpersonal, and conceptual. These uniqueness become added factors to support outstanding female leadership in implementing effective school todays. Our finding result of an outstanding female leadership may be used for any kind school leaderships nowadays.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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PRINCIPAL LEADERSHIP TO IMPLEMENTING OF PARENTING PROGRAM AT EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
imron arifin



Abstract: Principal leadership in building the school and family relationship in the education of children in schools through parenting program is important and necessary to support and encourage the growth and development of children. Parenting programs in early childhood meant that children education is not only the responsibility of the school but rather a shared responsibility. The purpose of this study is: know the principals leadership in implementing parenting programs; forms of parenting programs implemented in early childhood education institutions; and enabling and inhibiting factors in implementing parenting program. This study was designed with a qualitative approach. Data were collected through interviews, observation and documents. The results showed that the principals leadership played a psycho-religious educators. In managerial principals plan, implement, establish relationships, and conduct monitoring and evaluation of the parenting program. In the application of parenting found 5 program include: class parent meetings; the involvement of parents in the group; parental involvement in the event together; the consultation of parents; and home visits.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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Formation of Preschool Management Model for Improving the Quality of Preschool in Sarawak
Thian Vui Shau

Abstract — This study aims to produce a new model for improving the quality of preschool education in Sarawak. To explore issues of education quality, structural equation modeling (SEM) was used to analyze the relationship between theory and model constructs according to the Preschool Management Model (PMM). In this study, the researcher is interested to analyse the causal effect of headmasters’ instructional leadership on effective teaching among preschools and subsequently test the hypothesis in order to prove its significance. In addition, the study also establish the correlation of four mediators between headmasters’ instructional leadership and effective teaching. This study involved collecting data for the survey questionnaires. The models were analyzed and tested using multivariate analysis technique known as Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) for goodness of fit by using AMOS software.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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Work and Life Balance: Leadership Experiences of an Indonesian Female Leader
Machdalena Vianty

Women have emerged and are emerging in significant leadership roles in their respective communities and nations. In Indonesia, women now have more recognition for their leadership involvement in many occupational sectors such as politics and education. As documented in the leadership literature, the path to leadership for women is very challenging. Research on the area of women and leadership has shown that the challenges that female leaders experienced in order to perform their leadership roles cover a broad issue, ranging from a personal matter such as family support to leader-follower relationship issues. However, much of the research aimed to disentangle the stories of leadership practices of women has been conducted in Western settings. In relation to this, this paper presents the findings of a study investigating the leadership experiences of an Indonesian female who had served in some important leadership positions in educational setting. Particularly, this paper presents how the female leader balanced her career and family life. The data was gathered through a semi-structured interview. The findings of this study identified that balancing career and family life was a challenge, but supportive contributions (e.g., trust and understanding) from the spouse and children were the answer to this challenge. The findings have shown that support from family members was very important. The findings of this study are significant in their contribution to the existing literature on women and leadership. In addition, it provides some valid and current research to inform other aspiring Indonesian women and women in developing countries of how a woman leader balanced her leadership role and family life.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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PLANNING MANAGERS IN INSTITUTIONS GUIDANCE LEARNING PRIMAGAMA IN THE PROVINCE GORONTALO
(1) Dr. Forry A. Naway, M.Pd (2) Dr Arwildayanto, M.Pd

Business is an important element for human resources management in an institution. Business in tutoring Primagama are workers who are competent in the thought process and the determination of the work that will be done for further activities in order to achieve the goal that has been set by the institution. Business organizations in manage not be separated from the early stages of its management functions, namely planning. The good manager to manage a quality institution in lesson planning system adjusted to the design stage that has been set together as to organizational objectives based on the workings of management functions. This type of research is qualitative descriptive analyzes, the networking of data : interviews in the data analysis through data reduction and literature searches. Results of this research is to design the planning manager in a tutoring agency Primagama in Gorontalo Province

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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Authentic Leadership for Improved Work Discipline Teacher At MI Cimahi.
Herlina, S.Pd

The quality of education in the education unit depends fully to the professionalism of teachers are professional, disciplined, diligent, moral teacher, to concentrate full time, and promote the quality. Instead of teachers who dogged laziness, lack of discipline, not conscious of time and relaxed lifestyle habits (whatever they are) will have an impact on the decline even failures in education. To improve work discipline the teacher is not only the governments task but the task of principals as leaders of institutions must also work to increase the commitment of teachers. The method used in this research is descriptive quantitative approach as for the sample of 166 teachers. The results showed that authentic leadership and significant positive effect on the working discipline in the amount of 22.6% and a work commitment of teachers positive and significant effect of 28.3%, while authentic leadership and commitment of teachers working together influential and significant 35.7%.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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EFFECT OF THE PRINCIPALS’ TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP ON THE SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT
BAMBANG BUDI WIYONO


Abstract
Nowadays, the measurement of the schools’ success was not only determined by the achievement of the education goals but also by the school improvement. One of factors which affected the school improvement was the principals’ leadership. The aim of the current study was to test the effect of the principals’ transformational leadership on the the school improvement. The study was conducted in Malang Regency, East Java, Indonesia. The samples of the study were 120 teachers who were selected through random sampling technique. The data was collected by using questionnaire and documentation while the data was analyzed by using descriptive statistic, correlation analysis of Pearson’s product moment, and structural equation modeling. Based on the results of the data analysis, it could be concluded that transformational leadership had strongly positive effect on the school improvement. There was positive and significant correlation among the dimensions of the transformational leadership of the principals and the efforts of the school improvement.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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Essential Practices for Instructional Leadership in the Implementation of Elementary Science and Technology Education from Preservice Teachers’ Perspective
Zulkefli Daud (a*), Noorafizah Daud (b), Zainab Ari (c), Zamidi Ismail (a), Abu Bakar Kassim (a)

The main purpose of this study was to investigate the essential practices for instructional leadership in the implementation of elementary science and technology (S&T) education from preservice teachers’ perspective. Three dimensions of instructional leadership practices; first, defining the school goals, second, managing the instructional program and third, promoting a positive school learning climate were explored. This study involved 141 preservice teachers who are studying undergraduate studies at one of the educational institutions in Malaysia. This study used a questionnaire which was designed and adapted for instructional leadership management in science and technology education as a data collection tool. Cronbach’s alpha for the scale was calculated to be 0.81. The data analyses were made by t-­test. The results show that the practice of instructional leadership was highly rated on the three dimensions studied with an overall mean of 4.201±0.379. The highest rated dimension was promoting a positive school learning climate, whereas the lowest rated dimension was managing the instructional program. However, the results were significant differences only between races towards all the dimensions. Overall, the top five highly rated of essential practices for instructional leadership based on subdimension was maintaines highly visibility, communicates the schools goals, provides incentive for learning, promotes professional development and monitors students progress. These findings have implications for instructional leadership management and other responsible agencies to develop personal and professional development among teachers particularly empowering instructional leadership in the elementary science and technology education.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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DEVELOPING SCHOOL-BASED MANAGEMENT TRAINING MODULES TO IMPROVE PRINCIPALS’ COMPETENCIES
Prof. Dr. Arismunandar, M.Pd

This research and development was grounded in the previous research results and competencies tests in which the principals in Indonesia possessed low competencies in the field of school-based management. Low competencies caused the principals’ performance was not maximal. Therefore, an attempt to improve the principals’ competencies in the field of school-based management by developing school-based management training modules was necessary to do. The modules were characterized by using andraegogy method and by optimizing the use of information technology in providing the instructional media and in evaluating the learning outcomes. In substance, this model developed three sub-competencies of school-based management, namely: school autonomy, school accountability, and public participation in which the subjects of the research were the elementary schools principals in Makassar Municipality. In recent two years, the researches have been conducted to test the feasibility of this model by having expert-judgement in content, media, and instructional design. The results showed that this model was feasible to use, even though it needed some revisions. Then, individual, small group, and large group try-outs were done. The results of try-outs showed that generally the respondents provided good responses to the instructional materials and instructional media components of these modules. However, the language still needed some revisions. Based on the research results, these training modules can be used to improve the principals’ competencies in the field of school-based management.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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Transformational School Leadership and Teachers Collective Efficacy
Catharina Wigati Retno Astuti

The study was designed to examine the relationship of transformational school leadership with teachers’ collective efficacy. Bandura’s theory of efficacy applied to the group and Leithwood’s theory on transformational leadership were used as a theoretical framework.

Participants consisted of 225 teachers from elementary and secondary schools in Yogyakarta and Central Java Province. Data were collected using questionnaire and were analyzed using multiple regression.

As expected there was positive significant relationship between transformational school leadership and teachers’ collective efficacy. Transformational school leadership could be as predictor for teachers’ collective efficacy. Also, among eight dimensions of Leithwood’s transformational school leadership only individual support has positive impact on teachers’ collective efficacy. These findings confirm the importance of transformational school leadership to predict teachers’ collective efficacy and strengthen Leithwood’s theory of transformational leadership.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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Authentic Leadership of School Principals: Impact on Educational Organizational Performance
Hesti Daryadi and Handriyani Timor

Authentic leaders are the ones who lead with goals, values and integrity. In their educational organizations build lasting organization, motivating their teacher to create superior students and create long-term value for our stakeholders. The purpose of this study is to explore and identify, with the help of literature review, the new construct of Authenticity, Authentic Leaders, and further its impact on educational organization performance. Althought, it is totally a new construct in the leadership domain. It has been introduced/ developed in the recent organizational context in order to avoid the unethical and unwanted practices by leaders within the organization. With the help of literature review, the author has supported the argument that authentic leaders have positive effects on the teacher attitudes and behavior which ultimately lead the educational organization towards the enhanced performance.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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THE PRINCIPAL’S SKILL IN IMPLEMENTING THE IMPROVED LEARNING EXCELLENCE
KARWANTO

This research reveals deeply the principal’s skill in implementing the improved learning excellence. This research focused on two problems: (a) learning excellence; (b) the principal’s skill in implementing the improved learning excellence. This research used a qualitative approach along with multi-case study design. Techniques of the data collecting include deep interview, observation on participation, along with documentation study. Results of the research show that first, learning excellence characteristics at three Excellent Senior High Schools include implementation of discipline in teaching and learning process and serious in developing curriculum and learning, while the learning excellence process that are developed at the excellent senior high schools include moving class learning pattern, using English, ICT-based learning, and live-in activities outside the classroom. The school existence on the excellent schools is determined by a number of excellent learning, which are applied by the school as well the principal’s involvement in improving and maintaining the improvement through innovations and changes, therefore, the school will always be in stable and sustained up to the present time. Second, the principal’s skill in implementing excellent improvement is proven through outcomes of his/her work, which can be seen from both academic and non-academic achievements of the students as well as determined by prominent skills of the principal that having technical skills in learning, applying up-to-date learning theory, creating staff development program, as well as having adequate capabilities in using computer and speaking foreign language. The principal’s success in improving excellence is also determined by the principal’s skill in organizing human and inhuman aspects as well as cooperates with others and via other person.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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Authentic Leadership of School Principals: Impact on Educational Organizational Performance
Handriyani Timor, Hesti Daryadi

Authentic leaders are the ones who lead with goals, values and integrity. In their educational organizations build lasting organization, motivating their teacher to create superior students and create long-term value for our stakeholders. The purpose of this study is to explore and identify, with the help of literature review, the new construct of Authenticity, Authentic Leaders, and further its impact on educational organization performance. As, it is totally a new construct in the leadership domain. It has been introduced/developed in the recent organizational context in order to avoid the unethical and unwanted practices by leaders within the organization. With the help of literature review, the author has supported the argument that authentic leaders have positive effects on the teacher attitudes and behavior which ultimately lead the educational organization towards the enhanced performance.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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DEVELOPMENT OF PE LEARNING MEDIA BASED ON ANTHROPOMETRICS MAPING FOR SMP STUDENT IN WEST JAVA.
Eka Nugraha, Helmy Firmansyah, Sufyar Mujianto and Dian Budiana

The use of media formal sports tools always pose problems for students in teaching and learning physical education (PE), the first year of the research goal is to do the mapping anthropometrics for students Yunior High school (SMP) in West Java as well as the suitability of the use of formal sports media on learning PE based on 2013 curriculum. The research method used is the analytic description with the study of documentation and survey. The instruments used measuring instrument anthropometric data of SMP student and interviews with PE Teachers. Based on the results of the data analysis of the use of a formal sport tools at learning PE does not match the learning outcome of students as well as antropometric mapping rules of ergonomics. Summarizes the use of less formal sports tools in accordance with the mapping antropometrics. Need designed learning media PE specifically in accordance with the rules of ergonomics, which is safe, comfortable, interesting, and harmony with physical or psychologycal development for SMP students in West Java, Indonesia.

Topic: Sport and physic of education

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The Role of Augmented Feedback on Motor Skill Learning
Yadi Sunaryadi

Abstract
It is well documented that one of the most important variables affecting motor skill learning, aside from practice itself, is feedback. Feedback is information arising as a consequence of performance. This information gives a basis for evaluating the correctness of performance. When athletes or students perform a skill, they receive two types of performance-related feedback. One type of feedback is called task-intrinsic feedback, which is the sensory information that is a natural part of performing a skill (e.g. vision, audition, and proprioception). The second type of performance-related feedback is called augmented feedback. Augmented feedback is a means of supplementing the sources of task-intrinsic feedback normally available to the learner. In optimizing the way in which augmented feedback is presented to the learner, the selection of the type of feedback carefully must be emphasized. Motor learning research on feedback has focused on knowledge of results (KR) and knowledge of performance (KP). Research on KR has dominated, but the generalizability of KR findings to applied contexts has been questioned since it is normally visually available. The other type of augmented feedback common to sport instruction is verbal KP. However, motor learning research on KP is scarce, and verbal KP has been largely neglected. Instead, KP has been provided through videotape replay. We review research related to the learning of motor skill with respect to augmented feedback.

Key words: Augmented feedback; Knowledge of Result (KR); Knowledge of
Performance (KP); motor skill learning

Topic: Sport and physic of education

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CONTRIBUTION OF INTELLECTUAL AND EMOTIONAL QUOTIENT TOWARD SPORT ACHIEVEMENT ON ATHLETE PENCAK SILAT
Agus Rusdiana1 Mulyana2 Erna Nurlatipah3

Achievements of the athletes performance affected by various factors, namely: physical, technical, tactical, and psychological. In reality happens on the field, only the physical fitness aspects and techniques given the dominant by coach or trainer in training. In fact, the sport achievement was not only depend on the support technical skills and physical condition, but also depends on the state of psychological and mental health. One of the psychological factors that influence achievement is the level of intelligence and emotional quotients. This purpose of study was to determine the contribution of intelligence and emotional quotient with pencak silat achievements of junior level athletes. The method of this study was used descriptive quantitative with a correlation technique approach. The sample was 14 male athlete at the Center for Development and Training Students West Java Province which using the technique of total sampling. The instrument was used Intelligence quotient test, emotional quotient test and the highest sports achievement. The results showed that there was a significant relationship between intelligence quotient with sport performance achievement (r = 0.59). When emotional quotient is connected with the sport achievement show positive results and significant (r = 0.86). Furthermore, these two variables between intellectual and emotional quotient were jointly associated with sport performance achievement results show a positive correlation and significant with r = 0.78. These results indicate that the contribution of intellectual and emotional quotient of the achievements of the athletes performance was 78.6%. Conclusion of this study was recommended to trainers/ or coaches to create and provide models of practice that deals with intelligence and emotion of martial arts sports, especially Pencak Silat.

Topic: Sport and physic of education

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Women Athlettes Endurance and Menstrual Cycle ; Pra-Menstrual, 2nd day of Menstrual and 5th Day of Menstrual (Research on Women Athletes in Futsal and Rowing)
Nina Sutresna

Raised the issue about menstrual effects towards athletes body endurance, formally as a research, can help athletes and coach to anticipate any matter that can effect athletes activity. The aim of this research is to know the difference of menstrual cycle ( two day before menstrual / pra-menstrual, 2nd day of menstrual, and 5th day of menstrual) towards women athletess body endurance in several sports number. This research was using descriptive method, with three shoot case design. Subjects in this research were fustsal women athletes in UPI student unit activity and Paddling Women Athletes in Indonesian gold medals program (PRIMA). The measurement of body endurance was using 1500m run test. Datas analyze was using SPSS. Research results are: 1) Women futsal athletes in 2 day before menstrual average score was 36,0 meanwhile in 2nd menstrual day the average score decreased to 35,9, and in 5th menstrual day the average score increased to 38,27. The results of study show significant difference. 2) in rowing women athletes, the results in pra-menstrual average score was 38,22 meanwhile in 2nd menstrual day the average score decreased to 37,74 and on 5th menstrual day the average scro increase to 39,77. The test showed no significant difference. Research conclusion: menstrual cycle gave significant effect to women futsal athletes meanwhile women paddlinh atheletes is not affected by menstrual cycle.

Topic: Sport and physic of education

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PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST THROUGH PORTFOLIO ASSESSMENT
Komarudin

In schools, students’ physical fitness has been measured using traditional evaluation so far. It appears that the evaluation merely focuses on partial aspects of the physical fitness since the evaluation emphasizes the results regardless the processes of students’ phyisical activities in schools. In other words, it does not capture students’ movement culture comprehensively. Therefore, using portfolio for evaluation is an alternative option to measure physical fitness. In this type of evaluation, teachers have an opportunity to depict the whole physical activity profile by the students either inside or outside school. To investigate this phenomenon, this study employs experimental research using pre-test post-test control group design. Whereas, the population of the study is eighth graders and the sample is two classes out of them selected through cluster random sampling. To measure students’ physical fitness, this study utilizes Fitnessgram (one-mile/1600m) as its instrument. All the data gained in this study are analyzed using paired and independent t test calculated by SPSS for Windows. Having analyzed the data, the results of the study show that portfolio evaluation performs better that traditional evaluation towards the improvement of students’ physical fitness. Finally, this study recommend further researchers measure students’ physical fitness in schools comprehensively using portfolio since this type of evaluation appears to be more authentic the traditional one.

Topic: Sport and physic of education

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JUDGING SOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND LEVEL OF INTELLEGENCE CHANGES AS A RESULT OF TEAM SPORT TRAINING
Dr. BERLIANA, MPd and IRA PURNAMA SARI, MPd

This study aimed to investigate whether athletes in team sports (football) who have been training for a long time, had social behavior changes. In this research, behavioral shift is the most important factor, because family, school, and sport club are expected to foster children’s social behavior. This study also takes into account intelligence factor, because an extensive training program could improve children’s level of intelligence. Research method used in this research is descriptive method. Population used is football athletes from SME-UPI, who formed PS.UPI team in preparation for 2016 SSL championship (super soccer league) which account for 20 people in total. Sample used the entire population, i.e. 20 people, employing the approach of total samples. Instruments used to gathering data in the field cosist of, a. social behaviour questionnaire, b. football tactical test, and c. IQ tests (carried out by an authorized person, psychologist). The results of this study indicate that a. Social behavior of atheles in team sports who had an extensive amount of pactice showed a significant correlation with the technical skills to play football, and b. Intelligence level of atheles in team sports who had an extensive amount of pactice showed a significant correlation with the technical skills to play soccer. The recommendations proposed in this study is that social attitudes are formed through training, is also heavily dependent on the level of social behavior and intelligence, therefore it’s advised that talent screening (talent scouting) on sports team should also measure social behavior and level of intelligence of the prospective athletes.



Topic: Sport and physic of education

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND CHARACTER EDUCATION
Helmy Firmansyah

The purpose of this research is to be achieved is to determine whether there is a relationship between physical education and character development to the elementary students. The main objective of physical education teaching is the overall personality development, such as physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual aspects. These aspects systematically, through the participation of physical activity was based on the health and social norms (values, behavior, fair play). The method used in this research is descriptive method with survey techniques. The population is as much as 351 students.
The results indicate a positive contribution to the establishment of physical education to the students character (intellectual empathy, cultural values, behavioral self-control, moral and ethics)

Topic: Sport and physic of education

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THE BENEFIT OF SPORT IN SOCIAL FUNCTIONS
Riko Septian¹; Mulyana²

Students who active in sports usually do not have experience social problems. Social problems that often occur among students such as brawling and aggressive actions, can be prevented by getting involved in the sport, although some studies did not support the above opinion. Some argue that the sport is considered a culprit act aggressively.
Descriptive method used to reveal more about the role of exercise on the students social function, through the questionnaire instrument. The subjects of this research are 40 students as of sport club in SMAN 5 Bandung. The results which revealed in this research indicated that exercise have a positive influence on the three social functions, namely: (1) the socio - emotional that students are able to manage tension and conflict people, feel a community, can maintain the existence, and can wreak aggressive behavior, (2). socialization is to make students able to study the attitudes, norms and morals in sport, and (3). the integration function is to make students able to strengthen the community .
The current conclusion showed that sports activities should be developed in schools as a positive activity to help students have a good attitude and behavior, and can be used as an educational tool character

Topic: Sport and physic of education

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STUDENT TEACHER RECRUITMENT IN INDONESIA: AN INITIAL STEP TO PROMOTE TEACHER PROFESSIONALISM AND TEACHING PROFESSIONALIZATION
Priadi Surya

This paper presents a conceptual framework of student teacher recruitment as an initial step to promote teacher professionalism and teaching professionalization. This encompasses the student teacher recruitment in Indonesian higher education institution for initial teacher education. Especially, for the traditional B.Ed. program and the new Pendidikan Profesi Guru (PPG), the Indonesian version of PGDE/PGCE. This due to the current policy which uplifted the minimum qualification for certified teacher into postgraduate level. Ideally, teacher professionalism arises since the initial recruitment into initial teacher education program, during teacher education process, and graduation to become a novice teacher. This consecutive process supports the promoting of teacher professionalism in the initial teacher education phase; provides the sufficient individuals for teaching characteristics; and retains them until the graduation.

Topic: Teacher Education

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SOME TIPS ON TEACHING IN ENGLISH FOR NON-ENGLISH STUDENTS
BICH HIEN THI NGUYEN

To improve language skills for the Vietnamese younger generation in current stage, one of the measures has been used is teaching specialized subjects in English for students. With a starting point is the limited English ability of non-English teachers as well as the restrictions on the foreign language skills of students. Students will be prone to feeling under pressure in the learning process. This creates a large barrier for both teachers and students. The question was given is how to do well the teaching tasks that were planed? How to motivate for student to learn, how to help them reduce stress in during studying and get the content of subject? ... This workshop will provide some teaching techniques that could be useful for instructors to use in teaching process. It will give more motivation for students in order to have effect on teaching in English for non- English students.

Topic: Teacher Education

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THE ABILITY OF PROSPECTIVE TEACHER OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO SOLVE PROBLEMS RELATED TO WATER, AIR, AND SOIL THEMES
Atep Sujana; Anna Permanasari; Wahyu Sopandi; Ahmad Mudzakir

This study aims to improve the ability of Prospective Teacher of Elementary School (PTES) in solving problems related to water, air, and soil themes. Learning was designed in several themes and was implemented by using problem-based learning (PBL) model. The effectiveness of the model was then studied on using experimental research with pretest-posttest control group design. Subjects in this study were thirty-two PTES students who attended the basic concepts of chemistry course. The instruments consists of test (multiple choices test completed with reasons), interview, and questionnaire. Questionnaire and interview were used to explore other things that could not be revealed from the test. Data processing was done on using quantitative and qualitative ways. Quantitative data processing was performed by using simple statistics through the SPSS-16 program. Qualitative data processing was done descriptively. The results show that, in general, the skills of PTES students on solving problems significantly increased after the implementation of PBL models. Student show very good responsed to the PBL activities. The nurturant effect of the leaning process can be explained based on students’ perception. They said that the learning model could be adopted and highly applied in elementary school students levels.

Topic: Teacher Education

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TEACHER VS SOCIAL MEDIA: THE CONTRADICTION OF TEACHER’S ROLE AS A GRADE CATALYST AND THE CHALLENGE IN GLOBAL ERA
Wasis Suprapto

Moral Degradation has become a very serious problem in Indonesia. This problem is threatening every one of all educational backgrounds, economic conditions, and ages. Several problems such as fighting, free sex, narcotics, alcohol, and cheating usually happen to students. A number of students become involved because of several factors. One of them is social media. Thenon-educational social media have a big contribution to trigger a child toact immorally. This condition makes teachers’ role as a grade catalyst heavier. Addressing this issue, in 2010 the government through National Ministry of Education sparked the character and national culture education. The objective of this program is to avoid students’ immoral behavior. This program has to be supported by all students, teachers, parents, citizens, education authorities, and social media. The existence of social media will turn into a serious threat if the content is only economic and not educational. However, shows in mass media including television are very contradictive to the government’s target. Therefore, decisive steps have to be administered in order to ease the teachers’ role in educating people. On another side, the teachers also have to do critical education to assist students to be individuals who are intelligent and responsive to globalization.


Topic: Teacher Education

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The Effect of Peer Feedback And Self Revising Technique Toward Students’ Writing Of Expository Paragraph At STKIP Garut
irsyad nugraha., M.Pd.

The objective of the research is to investigate: (1) whether any positive affect of Peer Feedback technique toward students’ writing; (2) whether any positive effect of Self Revising technique toward students’ writing; (3) which technique is better to be applied toward students’ writing.
This research was conducted in STKIP Garut from September until November 2012 toward 2 classes with the same abilities that was seen from Pre test score before the research. The research was a comparative research.
Three research stages that had been done to organize the data are (1) giving the pre test before the research with the analysis; (2) the treatment of Peer Feedback and Self Revising technique toward A and B class; (3) the analysis of post test and comparison of two technique results. There are three kinds of assessments based on “Rubric Writing Assessment” that is organizing paragraph (organization), developing topic sentence (content) and choosing vocabularies and well structured sentences (style). The data were analyzed by using Independent T-Test.
Based on data analysis, there are three conclusions: First, there are significant abilities based on the student’s scores using Peer Feedback technique toward student expository paragraph, the tobserved 8.896 and ttable 2.640. The ability of the students increase with Mean Pre test 48.75 and Mean Post test 70.40. Second, there are significant abilities on student scores using Self Revising in making Expository paragraph, the tobserved 4.182 and ttable 2.640 and Mean Pre test 49.75 and Mean Post test 60.90. Third, the ability of students using Peer Feedback is better than students using Self Revising with tobserved 4.338 and ttable 1.991. Mean from Peer Feedback score 70.95 is bigger than Mean of Self Revising 60.30.
Therefore, the research using the Peer Feedback is better than that of Self Revising technique toward STKIP Garut student Expository paragraph. For that reason, this technique is suggested to the writing lecturers in order to increase students’ ability in making Expository paragraph.

Topic: Teacher Education

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Professional Teacher Education (PPG) of Islamic Religious Education (PAI) Teachers in Indonesia
Jejen Musfah

Some research suggest that teachers certification is not able to improve significantly the performance of teachers. Therefore, research is needed on how the competence of lecturers and how the process of implementation of the PPG (Professional Teacher Education). The purpose of this study is the first, to analyze the competence of lecturers in teaching; Secondly, to analyze how the implementation of PPG PAI in FITK UIN Jakarta. This study used a qualitative methods, used descriptive analysis technique. The data collection was done by using participatory observation, interview and documentation. Analysis of the data will be used in qualitative research is the analysis model data flows. A number of measures contained in the model analysis, namely data collection, data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion. The first conclusion of this study, PPG lecturers’ teaching ability has been good, but there are some students considered not good, as an explanation outside the context of teaching materials, teaching methods are monotonous, and do not understand the character of students. Second, the implementation of the PPG FITK which includes teaching, PPLK, PTK, and observation madrasa has been running well, but there are some aspects need to be improved, such as the placement of teachers at all levels MI, MTs, and MA, the communication between students and teachers tutors and lecturers mentor, teaching courses PTK still theoretical, and observation at the madrasa deemed unnecessary. Besides, there are other problems associated with the effectiveness of PPG as follows: the distance participants’ home away from the campus because there is no hostel, teachers are still on duty at the school, so it was not the focus of lectures, their educational background is mismatch to the PPG, and scholarship are often paid late.

Topic: Teacher Education

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THE EFFECTS OF LECTURERS’ LEADERSHIP ON PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ (PST) PERCEPTION OF MATHEMATICS AS AN ELECTIVE SUBJECT
NOR AZIAH BINTI BADRI, MOHAMAD NURIZWAN BIN JUMIRAN, FAZIDAH JONID, NORRILA BINTI SATARI, NORAZMAH BINTI MOHD. SAID, KHARSHIAH BINTI KHALID & RAHA BINTI YAHYA

This research was conducted to identify the effects of lecturers leadership towards Pre-Service Teachers (PST) perception on Mathematics as an elective subject. The respondents for this research were seven Pre-Service Teachers (PST) who chose Mathematics as their elective subject. The researchers used quantitative method by using questionnaires as an instruments for this research. Collected data were analysed using the SPSS V21.0. The result of questionnaires showed that the Pre-Service Teachers (PST) had a high perception (mean=4.57) that their lecturers had delivered clearly content knowledge. In conclusion, the lecturers leadership play an important role in influencing the Pre-Service Teachers (PST) perception of Mathematics as an elective subject.

Topic: Teacher Education

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Instructional Development by Using Small Group Discussion for Enhancing Students’ Leadership
Rita Prima Bendrianti and Mariska Febrianti

Abstract

The role of lecturer is not only to deliver the material or taught the lesson for students, but also to create good situation in learning process to invite enthusiasm of students. From the enjoyment of students it can influence their performance related to the study. Whereas, leadership is one performance example of learning outcomes in affective evaluation which lecturer used in learning process. Many ways are used to invite it, for example using current methods like using small group discussion in instructional development. The aim of this study is to find out how small group discussion can enhance students’ leadership. Library research was used by the writers to investigate the research problem from analyze it. The lecturer observation is an instrument of this study to enhance students’ leadership in Dehasen University Bengkulu. The result of this study is small group discussion can enhance students’ democratic leadership by the discussion, share and making desicion activities in group. It tends to their teamwork besides the individual characterization as the disadvantages in this method. The conclusion of this study showed that small group discussion is an effective ways to enhance students democratic leadership but the lecturer still need to concern the instructional development and guided the students.

Topic: Teacher Education

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Subject Based Lesson Study Implementation to Develop Teaching Skills of Pre-Teacher Undergraduate Student
Tarma

Teacher education needs to seek various methods to develop teaching skills on the undergraduate student. It required an innovative method of instruction for developing teaching skills. Lesson study is a best practice method in the improvement of the learning process in schools in Japan. Because of its success, lesson study adopted to improve the learning process by several countries, including Indonesia. However, the implementation of lesson study was confined to school. This research seeks to apply the lesson study in instruction for student of teachers education program. The purpose of this research was to find out how much the increase in teaching skills after implementing subject-based lesson study. The method was used in this research is true-experimental method with pretest-posttest control group design. The study was conducted on 36 students of the Home Economic Education follows the Instructional Competency Courses. The research was found that implementation of subject-based lesson study in the Learning Competency Courses can improve teaching skills on teacher education undergraduate student. When compared with the control-class that uses the conventional approach, improvement of teaching skills in the experiment-class higher. Research has concluded that there are significant difference teaching skills development between experimental-class and control-class. Subject-based lesson study. Subject-based lesson study were applied in instruction for undergraduate student of teacher education program are very useful for improving teaching skills.

Topic: Teacher Education

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The Pedagogical Communication Skill of Senior High School (SHS) Teachers in North Maluku Province, Indonesia
Caraka Putra Bhakti, Siti Urbayatun, Suyatno, Ika Maryani

The teacher is an educator who clearly recognized in Law of National Education System No 20 of 2003. Teachers’ Competences consists of pedagogical competence, personality competence, social competence, and professional competence. One of the most important competences that must be had by teachers is pedagogical competence. Teacher's success in teaching is influenced by its pedagogical competence. Based on the Indonesian Teachers Competency Test (TCT) of 2015, we found that the teachers pedagogical competence are still low, especially in teaching skill aspects. Teaching skill influenced by communication skill between teachers and students. This research aims to describe the pedagogical communication skills of Senior High School teachers. This is a descriptive study using a descriptive technique as a data analysis method. This research used teachers from 8 Senior High Schools in North Maluku Indonesia as samples. North Maluku is chosen because it is in the frontier area of Indonesia and has unique cultures represented of Indonesia. Questionnaires and observation guide are used as data collection method. The teachers’ pedagogical communication aspects measured include: a) rapport building skill, b) teaching method variation, c) ability to motivate students, d) ability to create a comfortable atmosphere in the classroom, e) ability to be a role model, and f) ability to develop learning media. this research showed that teachers in Senior High Schools in North Maluku have many patterns of communication skill depend on their cultural. Their Pedagogical communication skill are formed by living area (coastal or inland), local wisdomss, patterns of school leadership, and teacher qualifications.

Topic: Teacher Education

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COUNSELLORS’ PERSONAL QUALITY IN PUBLIC SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Zakki Nurul Amin, Mulawarman, Edwindha Prafitra Nugraheni, Carti

Counsellors’ personal quality is an important factor that support the effectiveness of the school counseling services. The purpose of this study is to describe the counsellors’ personal quality from educational qualification, gender, and working experience. The counsellors’ personal quality scale were administered to 24 teachers from six schools in Semarang. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, non parametric statistics Mann Whitney U Test and Kruskal-Wallis Test. The results showed that, in general, school counsellor had medium level of personal quality (m=78,13). There were no significant different of counsellors’ personal quality in educational qualification (Z = -.675, p > .05), gender (Z = -1.190, p > .05), and working experience (χ2 (2)=4,638, p>.05). These findings have implication for developing school counselor education program.

Topic: Teacher Education

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The Role and Risks of Taacher in Upholding Moral Values
Ari Riswanto, Dewi Daryati, Ika Kartika

Speaking of education will not be separated from human effort that is programmed with the aim of maximizing the potential possessed by humans so that it can be beneficial to themselves and the people in their environment. But efforts to educate done by educators in this case the teacher or lecturer is not easy, this is because teachers will be faced with an education system that makes teachers not optimal in providing learning on the learner in this case the students.

One of the components that will be faced in the hold of learning activities is a component of teacher. Teachers at the present time would be imprisoned by the Human Rights attached to each learner. Not a few teachers who go to jail just for enforcing the school rules that have been agreed. Teachers will not be able to provide pembalajaran optimally so that students can understand the real meaning of life. He will feel fear and throuma view of his colleagues who had been in jail. At the end of education in Indonesia in particular will experience a decline of moral values and a sense of menghagai on teachers who had always been a highly respected culture.

This requires special attention related to the education system, particularly related to the teacher. How teachers can maximize the educational process if it is still haunted by prison bars. For the purpose of education should be realized through maximum educational process, the need for more attention from the authorities in monitoring the educational process at each institution.

Topic: Teacher Education

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SCHOOL ACADEMIC’S QUALITY SERVICES (An Analysis influence of Principal’s Transformational Leadership, School Staff Performance and School Management Information System Utilization to school academic’s quality services in Accredited Public Senior High School in Central Kalimantan Province)
asti putri kartiwi,

Academic service is a public service provided by an educational institution to its consumers. The purpose of improving the quality of academic services in high school is to support teaching and learning in class. Without a good quality of academic service, teaching and learning process in class will be delayed. Therefore, students as consumers of education would feel aggrieved. Issue raised in this study are how the influence direct and indirect partially as soon as simultaneous principal transformational leadership, school staff performance and MIS untilization to academic’s quality services at accredited public high school in Central Kalimantan province.
This research uses quantitative approach with survey method. research population are 130 public high schools in Central Kalimantan province, with sampel 47 unit accredited public high school and 1194 respondents consisting of principals, teachers, school staff and students. Respondents are separated based on accredited school cluster A, B and C. Research data was collected using questionnaires. The results of this study are gained using multiple regression with SPSS.18 application.
Based on findings of this research, it can be concluded that 1) principal’s transformational leadership and school academic’s quality services are in enough category; 2) school staff performance and MIS utilization are in low category; 3) principal transformational leadership partially have not significant influence school academic quality services. ; 4). School staff performance and MIS untilization partially have significant influence to school academic quality services.; 5) There is a simultaneous influence by variables of principal’s transformational leadership, school staff performance, MIS utilization to school academic quality service in public high schools at Central Kalimantan province.
Based of conclusion research, the researchers propose recommendations to principals and policy makers at local and provincial level to facilitate technical and communication skill development of school staff to support their work in schools. school staff more open to the latest innovations of information technology. to other researchers in order to follow up on this research because research in of schools academic service quality associated with school staff and MIS untilization in high school is infrequent.

Topic: Total Quality Management in Education

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Implementation of Total Quality Management in Higher Education (A Case of State University of Gorontalo, Indonesia)
Prof. Dr. Ansar, S.Pd, M.Si

Total Quality Management (TQM) is recognized as a modern management technique that is oriented towards improving the quality of the products. Over the last few years, TQM has been applied in the education industry including the higher education institutions.
The overall purpose of this study was to investigate the application of TQM principles to improve the quality of academic services at State University of Gorontalo. This purpose is conducted towards an evaluation and assessment of the current quality work at State University of Gorontalo, which determined in three phase, namely: precondition phase; implementation phase and monitoring/evaluation phase.
This study employed quantitative approach with descriptive methods. The sample consisted of 50 faculty members from nine colleges/faculties in State University of Gorontalo.
The findings of this study indicated that the applications of the TQM principles in precondition and implementation phase are in moderate category. However in monitoring/evaluation phase the TQM principles were poorly implemented. To be successful in implementing of Total Quality Management (TQM) at the State University of Gorontalo, this research suggested the following: (1) There are need to increase the commitment of top management in term of quality, quality awareness, leadership quality, and the quality culture through the dissemination of quality, workshop quality, and quality program, (2) The need to set up an institutional quality document (quality policy, quality standards, quality manual, standard procedure operational), (3) Involve all faculty members actively in supporting the implementation of TQM, and (4) Creating Quality Improvement (QI) team or Quality Evaluation Committee (QEC).
In conclusion, a complete framework of Total Quality Management principles is developed, which can facilitate State University of Gorontalo to improve the quality of its institution

Topic: Total Quality Management in Education

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Analysis of Lecturing Activities Using the Pattern ‘Suppliers-Customers’ (Study from the University of Riau – Indonesia)
Rr Sri Kartikowati (a*), Gimin (b)

In the universities atmosphere, students are customers and lecturers as suppliers. How these two parties interacted in lecturing activities to meet satisfaction, in this study, is analyzed using the Pattern Suppliers-Customers (S-C).

Prior to do analyze, we first identify the gap of satisfaction. Data of the gap is obtained from respondents (students of Faculty of Education Riau University) through a questionnaire. It is then analyzed by T-test technique using SPSS 17.0 software. With a 5% significance level, the gap data resulted a difference significantly between expectation and reality on value 14.317. The gap data also identifies two dimensions (Implementation and Assessment) of learning activities that enlighten three highest scores of gap indicators, namely, Students centered learning (25.6%); Transparency of marks (31.8%); and Discussion of the achievement (32.4).

These two dimensions of learning activities next are analyzed based on the Pattern S-C’. At the dimension of Implementation, the S-C pattern is not entirely applicable due to lecturers and students are equally demanding the fulfillment of mutually satisfactory. On the contrary, at the dimension of Assessment, lecturers are requested to provide learning services to students. We conclude that Pattern S-C can be applied in the context of lecturing activities at the universities studied

Topic: Total Quality Management in Education

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Improving the Quality of the Integrated Junior-High School of Lampang, Subang, West Java, in Achieving National Education Standards
Asep Priatna

This study aims to reveal the efforts and results achieved by the Integrated Private Junior-High School of Lampang, Subang, in improving its learning quality to meet the National Education Standard (SNP –Standar Nasional Pendidikan). It is the process of how the school gets the status of a national standard school (SSN –Sekolah Standar Nasional). This research is a survey with a qualitative approach. The study was conducted in the Integrated Private Junior-High School of Lampang, Subang, West Java. The data source is the principal, the vice-principal, the teachers, the school and student committees. The research instrument is based on eight components of SNP that refer to the National Education Standards. The development of research instruments was adapted to the concept of SNP, to build measured variable construction. They are generally described in components, aspects, and indicators of each SNP. The same development was also applied in the school performance instrument. Consequently, in the context of school performance, the achievement benchmark is the SNP. The data analysis used in this research is descriptive analysis. The results show that the level of achievement of the program that has been compiled in the Integrated Private Junior-High School of Lampang has reached 90%. The main target is National Final Examination (UAN –Ujian Akhir Nasional) and graduation levels that have been implemented by teachers both in the preparation of lesson plans and teaching materials. They have reached 85%. The management that has been developed by the Integrated Private Junior-High School of Lampang contributes significant value, especially in the planning and the implementation of the program. The supervision and leadership of the principal has been going well, so that the value obtained is significant. The other components that are quite prominent are the Learning and Teaching Process (PBM –Proses Belajar-Mengajar); and the content standard get a good value. Therefore, it can be developed further.

Topic: Total Quality Management in Education

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