Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Current Issues in Education (ICCIE 2018)

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Reflective Learning for Sustainable Development

Sugito
We experience continuous changes from time to time. This process will result in new challenges and problems which in turn can threaten the sustainability of life. For our life to be sustainable, we must have a critical spirit and the ability to make a decision to undergo changes which are more humane....

Analysis of Writing Mistakes in University Student’s Essay

Andarini Permata Cahyaningtyas, Yulina Ismiyanti, Ali Mustadi
This research aimed to know about writing mistakes involving capital and italic letters in university students’ essay, especially capital and italic letters. The method of this research was qualitative descriptive. The data collected for this research consisted of writing mistakes involving capital and...

Student Engagement in Reading Interest to Promote Literacy in Elementary School

Ardita Markhatus Solekhah, Ali Mustadi
Despite of having the world’s fourth largest population, Indonesia was categorized in the low level of Human Development Index (HDI) by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). Reading as one of the literacy indicator became one of the causes domain, the result of reading test in PIRLS 2011 at...

An Integrative Thematic Book: A Textbook Development Oriented Toward the Criticalthinking Skills of Elementary School Students

Arik Umi Pujiastuti, Hendra Erik Rudyanto, Taufik Hidayat Eko Yunianto
This study aims to (1) develop an integrative thematic textbook for the 1st grade of elementary school oriented to improve critical thinking skills; (2) to know the feasibility level of integrative thematic textbooks (3) to know the level of legibility of integrative thematic textbooks; and (4) to know...

Redesigning English Learning Materials for Maritime Vocational Schools

Banun Havifah Cahyo Khosiyono, Pardjono, Joko Priyana
Maritime English learning materials for the Merchant Ship Nautical program in maritime vocational schools must fully meet the seafarers’ needs in the International maritime workplace. Unfortunately, the current Maritime English syllabus does not fulfill the seafarers’ needs. This study aims to analyze...

Geography Field Study: the 21st Century Learning Innovation

Eka Suci Anja Kusumawati, Mukminan
Education in the 21st Century requires skill and creativity to support student learning. Learning does not only focus on the one that is conducted in classrooms, but it also can be conducted in the outside of the class as an alternative learning. The objective of this study is to investigate the role...

The Use of YouTube as a Geography Learning Source in High Schools

Ellese Sulistianingsih, Mukminan
At present, learning source is available not only in printed books but also on the Internet, such as YouTube. YouTube has made it easy for its users to get the information needed in the form of videos. This is a survey study with exploration purpose. This research uses questionnaires to obtain the data...

Social Capital of Yogyakarta’s Poor Family in Parenting Education

Iin Sawitri, Entoh Tohani
This study aims to reveal: (1) parenting education in Yogyakarta’s poor family, and (2) the use of social capital in parenting. This research is a qualitative research with the case study type. Setting of this research is the activity of poor society in Yogyakarta. Informants in this study are 16 poor...

Comics to Learn Characters of Care and Responsibility in Children

Lea Christina, Christina Ismaniati
This research was aim to know whether comics can be a media to facilitate children to learn characters. The respondents of this research were 76 children at age 9-12 in Condongcatur Primary School Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Results of the research showed that 98% of children had read comic and 94% liked...

Analyzing the Needs of Students, Teachers, and Stakeholders in Developing Blended Culture-Oriented English Textbook at Culture-Based Senior High Schools in Yogyakarta

Lina Aris Ficayuma, Pangesti Wiedarti
This article is part of research and development under the issue of developing English writing textbooks oriented to Blended Culture for the XI grade of science program at Culture-Based Senior High School (henceforth, CB-SHS) in Yogyakarta. This relies on the evidence of how the majority of English textbooks...

Students’ Politeness Language Use in Elementary Schools in Mataram City

Muammar Muammar, Suhardi, Ali Mustadi
This research elaborated students’ politeness in language use and the role of teachers in imprinting students’ language modesty in elementary schools in Mataram City. The type of this research was qualitative research. The attendance of the researcher was the main or key instrument. This research was...

Children at An Early Age: Motor Development of Breastfed and Formula-fed Children Aged 2-6 Years

Nur Fatma Oktaviana, Suparno
This study aims to see the difference in terms of motor skills of breastfed and formula-fed children at 2-6 years of age. There are thirty children consuming breast milk and the same number of formula-fed children aged 2-6 years; the research shows a significant result between the two groups. The findings...

Teaching English in Primary Schools: Benefits and Challenges

Primadina Cahyati, Suwarsih Madya
Teaching English in primary schools relates to the readiness of the schools and the students’ proficiency levels. If the schools have the sufficiency of English teachers, media, and textbooks, they will be ready to teach English. It is because primary schools deal with young learners aged 6-12 years...

A Case Study of E-Learning Readiness in Referral School State Senior High School 1 Paringin

Regina Ratih Fadhila, Edi Istiyono
E-learning is a collaborated learning method between learning activity and technology. It provides an interactive learning activity, and various learning resources because it can be held in an online system. The Ministry of Education and Culture of Indonesia has held the referral school program, and,...

Empathy as a Predictor of Prosocial Behavior of Nurses in the Special Region of Yogyakarta

Ridha Wahyuni, Dimyati
Nursing services give a huge influence in determining the quality of health services in hospitals since the nurses are those who mostly interact with patients. Within this occurring interaction, a reciprocal relationship between individuals can cause prosocial behavior. This prosocial behavior is needed...

The Effects of Social Media Use on Adolescents’ Social Anxiety

Rona Avissena, Yulia Ayriza
This research aims to describe the influence of the intensity of social media communication on the social anxiety of adolescents. This is ex-post facto research with the quantitative descriptive approach in which the data were taken from 52 respondents that were chosen by using simple random sampling...

Improving Students’ Speaking Skill and Self Confident Using Retelling of Fifth Grade Students

Titin Hastari, Hartono
This study aims to apply the retelling technique to improve the speaking skill and self confident of fifth grade students. This was a classroom action research study. The research subjects were 37 grade 5 students. The data were collected through observations, tests, documentation, and unstructured interviews....

Improving the Civic Education Learning Participation and Outcomes of First Grade Students through Make-a-Match Type of Cooperative Learning Model

Tri Rohmani, Wuri Wuryandani
Most students in the 1st grade of elementary school have not participated in the Civic Education learning process actively and their learning outcomes may be still low. This research aims to improve the students’ participation and learning outcomes through make-a-match type of cooperative learning model....

SMK Partnership with Industry to Improve Graduate Quality in Facing ASEAN Economic Community

Yoto, Yoto
The cooperation between vocational high school (Sekolah Menengah Kejuruan/SMK) and the industry is the realization of the implementation of dual system education in Indonesia. SMK cooperating with the industry will provide enormous benefits for students, schools, industry, and parents/guardians of learners....

Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in Malaysia: Policy, Program and Evaluation

Siti Eshah Mokshein
In education, sustainable development (SD) targets and indicators have been clearly stated in SDG4. Malaysia’s commitment to promoting SD is evident from the integration of SD indicators in the national policy frameworks, including the National Education Blueprints since the 1970s. This paper discusses...

Can We Predict Student Learning Performance from LMS Data? A Classification Approach

Ashish Dutt, Maizatul Akmar Ismail
The Learning Management System (LMS) is a common occurrence in most educational institutions. This system is a software application helping the educator in administration, facilitation, and tracking of course content to the learner. Educators have always been interested in understanding student interaction...

Analysis of Critical Thinking Skills in Problem Based Learning Model Based on Thematic Learning

Aenullael Mukarromah, E. Kuss Eddy Sartono
The purpose of this research is to know the critical thinking ability of a primary school after getting a treatment by applying problem- based learning model (PBL) based on thematic learning. This research is a descriptive research, with a quantitative method. The research was conducted at SDN 1 Mada....

The Antecedent of Job Engagement towards the Job Embeddedness and Performance of Educational Staff in University

Didi Supriadi, Muhyadi
This study aims to determine the antecedent of job engagement towards job embeddedness and the working performance among the educational staffs of Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa University. The research design can be categorized as ex-post facto with a correlational study that examines the relationship between...

The Absence of Student Needs and Multiple Intelligence Profiles in English Speaking Textbooks: What do They Really Need?

Dwi Nanda Fitria Nuzulina, Margana
This is a part of research and development under the issue of developing English speaking textbooks oriented to Multiple Intelligence Accommodation (MIA) for students of Junior High Schools (JHS). This study is aimed at determining the students’ needs and Multiple Intelligence (MI) profiles to develop...

Total Quality Management In 3 and 8 Yogyakarta State Senior High Schools

Dyah Ayu Kaniraras, Lantip Diat Prasojo
The objective of this research is to identify the application of total quality management based on the five pillars of total quality management; total involvement, measurement, commitment, customer focus and continuous improvement in 3 and 8 Yogyakarta State Senior High Schools. The type of research...

Sociocultural-Based Reflective Picture Storybook: Urgency in Social Skill Development

Eko Yuli Supriyanta, Ali Mustadi, Muhammad Nur Wangid, Suhardi
This research was aimed at finding out elementary school students’ social skill mastery and analyzing the needs of a sociocultural-based reflective picture storybook for the students’ social skill development. This research used the survey method. The research participants were grade IV elementary school...

The Needs of Intercultural Reading Materials for Accounting Students in Higher Education

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

How Do Elementary School Students Use SRL?

Henry Aditia Rigianti, Farida Agus Setiawati
One of the elementary school graduate competencies is the metacognitive skill. Meta cognitive skills have something to do with the extent to which one can identify his/her own strengths and weaknesses, which are associated with the so called self-regulated learning (SRL). This research aims to determine...

The Identification of Students’ Problems in Junior High School Using AUM Umum (General Problem-Revealing Instrument)

Nurhasanah Nurhasanah, Muh Farozin
The success of counseling and guidance services is mainly dependent on teachers' guidance and counseling skills in facilitating and helping students to solve their problems. They are very important in the counseling process, where the provision of guidance and counseling services should be appropriate...

The Implementation of Character Education Responsibilities in Kindergarten

Panca Ariyani Muslimah, Rukiyati
The purpose of conducting this research is to provide information about the implementation of character education responsibilities in Kartini Karanggayam Kindergarten of Yogyakarta starting from the planning of responsibility characters, the implementation of character education responsibility and the...

The Implementation of Traditional Games for Early Childhood Education

Reza Edwin Sulistyaningtyas, Puji Yanti Fauziah
It was very important to provide stimulation for early childhood development that can be done by parents and teachers. Early children were in the golden age which has high sensitivity to receive the given knowledge. The process of providing stimulation for early childhood was through playing games. One...

Legal Language Symbolic Meaning: Study of Learning Media Based on Forensic Linguistic Perspective in Kindergarten

Sri Waljinah, Khudzaifah Dimyati, Harun Joko Prayitno, Chryshnanda Dwilaksana
The inclusion of Bahasa Indonesia for legal field in kindergarten is an integral part of language learning, which is suitable for early childhood development. This study is aimed at determining the utilization of Bahasa Indonesia for legal field as learning media to promote the legal awareness of students....

Developing English Speaking Materials for Nursing Students

Unun Fadliah, Sugirin
Good quality students’ learning outcomes are dependent on good teaching materials. Good teaching materials are those developed based on an appropriate needs analysis. In this era of globalization, nurses must be skillful not only in nursing, but also in communicating in English with non-Indonesian patients....

Existence of Teacher as Educator Who has a Character of Education

Yani Muriyan Sari, Udik Budi Wibowo
Education is a means to develop the potential of learners to be more effective in accordance with the times. Meanwhile, the world is faced with the conditions of the digital era that demands innovation in learning. The position of teachers as educators are a source of information in education began to...

The Influence of Authoritative Parenting Style on Adolescent's Autonomy

Errisa Dwi Siswandani, Telly Nancy Silloy, Muhammad Ali
Most Javanese and Sundanese mothers still use the authoritarian parenting style which result in problems of adolescent autonomy. This study aims at evaluate the influence of parenting authoritative style on adolescent’s autonomy. An ex-post facto prospective research is conducted on 381 adolescents of...

The Effect of Pelajar Go! as a Boardgame to Improve Student’s Speaking Skill

Fatma Pratiwi, Mukminan
This study was conducted based on the teacher's need for learning media to train students' speaking skills. Based on a survey conducted in a public elementary school in Bantul area, Yogyakarta, speaking skills become the standard of graduation that must be mastered by students and are very important...

The Preliminary Analysis in Developing Creativity of Story Writing

Hendita Rifki Alfiansyah, Muhammad Nur Wangid
The research aimed to identify the students’ needs as the basic data to create learning media to assist the development of creativity of story writing. The research used descriptive qualitative method. The data of the research was gathered through observation, interview, and questionnaire. The subjects...

Do Elementary School Students Like Mathematics?

Hendra Erik Rudyanto, Jatmiko, Anik Ghufron, Hartono
This study is aimed at describing the attitude of elementary school students toward mathematics. The research method used was survey. Respondents were 135 elementary school students consisting of fourth, fifth, and sixth-grade students. All respondents had recieved permission from their parents to participate...

Improving Speaking Confidence by Using Think Pair Share (TPS) Teaching Strategy to High School Students

Mulya Sari Bunaya, Basikin
The objective of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of Think Pair Share (TPS) strategy in improving students’ speaking confidence. The subjects of this research were 30 Grade XII students of that consisted of grade XII IPA C students of SMAN 6 Kota Bengkulu. This research was a classroom...

Loneliness and Self Esteem as Predictor of Internet Addiction In Adolescents

Nurulsani S. Abd. Latief, Endah Retnowati
Internet addiction in adolescents is influenced by various factors, both of them are loneliness and self-esteem. Therefore, this study aims to examine the loneliness and price to internet addiction in adolescents. The subjects in this study were 35 adolescents (23 female students and 12 male students)...

Model of Information Literacy-Based Collaboration of Teacher and Librarian in Integrative Thematic Learning for Primary School

Rachmawati, Rachmawati, Ali Mustadi
This research article aims to improve students’ writing skills through information literacy based-collaboration between teacher and librarian. Teachers and librarians have the same responsibility to enhance the information literacy of the students. As a matter of fact, those two parties rarely work together....

Research-Based Learning (RBL): How to Improve Problem Solving Skills?

Tri Saptuti Susiani, Ratna Hidayah, Suhartono, Moh Salimi
Problem solving skills are part of the 21st century competencies that need to be drilled to prospective teachers. Research-based learning (RBL) is an alternative model of learning that can improve problem solving skill. This research was carried out to describe how the application of the implementation...

Augmented Reality Module to Improve Mathematical Communication: Is it Necessary for Elementary Students?

Resti Susanti, Muhammad Nur Wangid
Mathematical communication is one of the basic math skills. It can be developed on a math lesson with all the learning resources that students and teachers have. Module based Augmented Reality (AR) is one alternative learning resources that can help students and teacher during the learning process. The...

Needs Assessment in Developing Virtual Electrical Machine Laboratory

Rohjai Badarudin, Istanto Wahyu Djatmiko
The aim of this study was to investigate suitable multimedia design for the practical course of electric machine. The analysis was carried out by the method of needs analysis and front-end analysis. The analysis was applied in the practical course of electric machine at Department of Electrical Engineering...

The Development Task of Students In Islamic Boarding School

Utami Niki Kusaini, Muh Farozin
Guidance and counseling service based on need assessment is very useful for students in Islamic Boarding School. This researchaims to describe the results of Inventori Tugas Perkembangan or Development Task Inventory (ITP) to help students find developmental tasks that have not been achieved, hereinafter...

The Effect of the Use of Learning Media in the Entrepreneurship Subject on the Student’s Activeness and Entrepreneurial Interest (A Study of Grade XII Student’s of the Marketing Department of SMK Muhammadiyah 1 Yogyakarta

Yusron Ardi Darmawan, Endang Mulyani
This study is purposed to understand the effect of the use of learning media in entrepreneurship subject, 1) on student’s activeness, and 2) on student entrepreneurial interest of Grade XII of the Marketing Department of SMK Muhammadiyah 2 Bantul in the academic year of 2015/2016. This study is a causal...

Tourism Potential for Recreational Sports

Ali Miftahul Ash Shiddqy, Suharjana
The purpose of this research is to analyze the development of recreational sports through tourism potential in the district of Gunungkidul which is focused on the tourism object of pindul cave. So far, the potential of tourism in Pindul Cave cave has not been utilized for the aspect of recreational sports,...

Synergy Between Character Education and Local Wisdom

Amalia Khairunisa, Rochmat Wahab
This article presents the implementation of the character education reinforcement at State Elementary School Keputran I as the cultural heritage in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The purpose of this study is to describe and analyze how the process of the implementation of the character education reinforcement...

Improving Reading Skills by Comic for 2nd Grade Students in an Elementary School

Anjar Sugianto, Kastam Syamsi
This study aims to improve pupils' reading skill by comics in the 2nd grade students of Elementary School Muhammadiyah Sagan Yogyakarta in the academic year 2016/2017. This study is a classroom action research. This study used observation, and questionnaire as data collection techniques. The data collection...

The Effect of PBL and DRTA on Critical Thinking and Reading Comprehension to Students in Elementary School

Arief Cahyo Utomo, Kastam Syamsi
This research aims to know the difference in effectiveness between the PBL and DRTA in terms of critical thinking and reading comprehension in elementary school. This study is a quasi experiment research. The subject of research is the elementary school students. The instruments used were the utilization...