Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Educational Research and Innovation (ICERI 2018)

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Why Should Course Review Horay?

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

Improving Professional Competence for Teachers

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

Motivation to Learn Independently through Blended Learning

Agus Purnomo, B. Kurniawan, N. Aristin
Blended learning combined with mobile learning is an effort to facilitate the limited space and time of study for students in seminar courses. This course has the purpose of learning achievement in the form of students able to identify problems, build a frame of mind, and design research methods that...

Development of Blended Learning Model based on Student Learning Style in Vocational High School Lathe Machining Practice

Ayub Anggoro, Herman Surjono
Geometric quality of products of lathe machining practice of Vocational High School students is ever decreasing and presently included in low category, due to the low learning quality. This research is aimed to: (1) develop a blended learning model accommodating students’ learning style in accordance...

The Need Analysis of Pencak silat Speed Kick Instrument Based Technology

Muhammad Saleh, Widiyanto Widiyanto
Pencak silat is a sport that requires a fast movement, so as to measure the speed of the attack requires technology-based instruments are valid and reliable, but if the practitioner requires it to support his training program. Thus, this study aims to analyze the needs of the coach on the instrument...

Developing Teaching Media on Basic Volley Ball Technique for Junior High School Students

Arisendo Sanjaya, Widiyanto Widiyanto
The objective of this research is to develop a teaching media on basic volleyball technique for junior high school students. Using research and development design, this research has developed a teaching media in the form of motion picture or video. Assessed quality from the video that have been achieved...

Science learning tools oriented on Next Generation Science Standard

Wulan Pratiwi, I. Wilujeng
The aims of this research were to identify the appropriateness of the development of the science learning tools oriented on Next Generation Science Standard and analyzed to improve asking questions – defining problems skills. Asking questions – defining problems is one of the main skills in Next Generation...

Whole Part or Mini Games, Which One is the Most Effective Training Method to Improve Forearm Passing Ability in Volleyball?

Yudi Pratama, Djoko Irianto
Forearm passing is the basic technique most needed in volleyball games. If this basic technique is not mastered, the game will not run and make the team lose. Therefore, it is necessary to practice that can improve and be easy to learn such as whole part exercises and mini games, because beginners are...

Development of Science Learning Tools Oriented to Next Generation Science Standard

Eka Adytianto, I. Wilujeng, I. Suryadarma, A. Prodjosantoso
Next Generation Science Standard (NGSS) is a science standard used in the United States. This standard important because it’s especially for science learning tools oriented to NGSS develop 21st century skill and has like Curriculum 2013. This standard is adapted in science learning because it is expected...

ESP for Vocational High School Students of Electricity Installation Engineering Study Program; A Needs Analysis

Ika Khasanah, Suwarsih Madya
In the global industrialization era, ESP has obtained much attention in English language teaching in vocational high school. ESP is considered as one factor to facilitate vocational high school students so that they become competent and are able to compete in their global working lives. This study is...

A Needs Analysis of Developing HOTS-based Interactive Multimedia

Wiji Asih, Agus Widyantoro
This article is a part of Research and Development research under the issue of Developing Interactive Learning Multimedia to Promote Higher Order Thinking Skills to teach Reading for Senior High Schools in Science Major. The product is developed due to the nonexistence of appropriate learning media that...

Ontribution of Learning Achievement of Subject Group Compentency Field, Program and Packages Expertise of Vocational School on Job Interests and Interests of Further Studies

Abdul Jamal, Samsudi Samsudi, Bambang Endroyo
The background of this research is the existence of subject group on competence structure of building engineering skill. With field data showing that students of Engineering Vocational Schools show many are interested in continuing their studies, and this is demonstrated by the rules that apply even...

Transformational Learning in the Diffusion of Gender Mainstreaming Policy

Mami Hajaroh
Transformational learning is counted as the highest level of cognitive learning process. It leads to the core that is reassessment of a belief system and reflection to assumptions and bias which affect an individual’s critical awareness on some evindence detaining the ways of how he or she feels and...

Improved Reading Skills Trough Peer Tutor in Class III

Ratna Dewi, Hendra Erik Rudyanto, Taufik Hidayat Eko Yunianto
This paper aims to reveal the effectiveness of Contextual Teaching and Learning (CTL) approach and Scientific Approach to the teaching of writing skill. This research used a quasi-experimental design. The population was grade VIII students of Redion School. Three classes were randomly selected as the...

Resource-based Learning: A Paradigm Shift in Materials Design

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

Accidental Teachers' Mistakes in Solving Physics Probolems: Teachers Didactogenic

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Scientific Approach-based Convertible Book Media to Imporve Nationalism Character: Is It Necessary?

Esti Nofiani, A. Senen
In globalization era, nationalism is one of the important characters to be owned by the next generations. Through nationalism character building in education, it is expected that it plays a role as fortress of a country towards various negative globalization impacts. The present research aims to develop...

Football Skills: Training Methods and Motor Educability

Yudha Pambudi, Widiyanto Widiyanto
The observations on the ground by the researcher together with SSB coach Siginjai, Mr. Dermawan Siregar, analyzed that some athletes such as defensive, middle, and attacking players still make some mistakes themselves such as 30% passing is still not accurate, 30% dribbling can still be won by opponents,...

Effects of Practice Method and Power on Shooting Accuracy Football

Rian Sintoko, Suharjana Suharjana
This research compares the effect of fixed target practice and change target practice on shooting accuracy football. 24 school athletes aged 13-15 years old participating in this study were grouped into 4 groups by using ordinal pairing technique. Each group was trained using fixed target practice (n=12)...

Effectiveness of INSTAD Teaching Model in Improving Students' Critical Thinking with High and Low Level Academic Achievement

Bartolomeus Putra, Baskoro Prayitno, Maridi Maridi
Students’ Critical Thinking Skills can be nurtured by implementing a teaching model in which students are provided with the opportunity to inquiry work, Inquiry-Student Team Achievement Divisions (INSTAD) teaching models may work effectively. This research aims to investigate: (1) the influence of INSTAD...

Healthy Lifestyle Behaviors: An Investigation of Students

Dwiko Rizki, H. Rachman
Students’ lifestyle is more likely to follow emerging trends in the present era of globalization such as consuming junk food, spending time social media, playing online games until midnight. This study was therefore aimed to describe a dataset of students’ healthy life style acquired with GPAQ, BMI,...

Analysis Management and Technology at Student Sports Training Center of Pencak Silat

Afrima Deri, Sugeng Purwanto
This research was initiated from the problem of inconsistent achievement of athlete, accordingly the purpose of this research is to study the implementation of management and technology of SSTC Pencak Silat Riau. This research uses qualitative descriptive method to describe implementation management...

Incorporating Outdoor Learning into School System in Indonesia: A Preliminary Study

Siti Setyawan, Siti Dwiningrum, Almando Geraldi
Recently, there is an increasing awareness of the importance of outdoor activities in Indonesia which followed by the increasing popularity of nature schools and regular schools with integrated outdoor learning facilities. To understand the current status of outdoor learning implementation in elementary...

Pattern of Parents Foster Care Against the Social Emotional Development of ADHD Children

Novi Pardarina, Rukiyati Rukiyati
Preschoolers are a critical age in the lives of children. in children's education, what parents instill in children who shape the children's personality. ADHD is a condition known as Attention Deficit Disorder (It's hard to focus). This research was carried out in one kindergarten x with Gf being the...

Developing Mathematics Learning Media for Outdoor Learning Activity for Fourth Grade Elementary School Student

Hanafiah Hanafiah, Marsigit Marsigit
Education can be defined as an effort that is consciously and deliberately done in order to change human behavior, individual or group, through teaching and training activity. The ability to utilize an appropriate learning method based on the curriculum and the student’s characteristic is a very fundamental...

The Effect of Communication on Media Social Group towards Attention on Children and Partnership between Parents and Teacher at Primary School

Nur Erlina Harismawati, Ali Mustadi
Communication through social media becomes present developing trend in the relationship between teacher and the students’ parents. The communication which occurs through social media certainly has effect on some matters, such as the attention on children and partnership between parents and teacher. Therefore,...

Variations of Learning Media Reduction and Addition

Rizqi Roos Amrita Putri, Sugiman Sugiman
Mathematics directs students to have objective, meticulous, critical, analytical, and logical thinking skills. The use of learning media can make it easier for students to understand from concrete to abstraction. Hence, the use of learning media is considered very suitable in students, especially about...

Competitiveness through Academic, Research and Industry Alliances: University of Malaya’s Experiences as a Research University

Mohd Aman, Zulqarnain Mohamed, Siswantoyo Siswantoyo
Internationalization of academic and research are critical objectives for most Malaysian universities. The objectives include raising quality standards and global relevance, attracting the best students and staff, generating revenue, pushing the frontiers of knowledge through research and promoting internal...

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

What if "Dynamic Society" becomes the Norm? The Arendt Dilemma and Its Way Out in Contemporary Ethical and Educational Life

Chuanbao Tan
The Arendt Dilemma, one of the greatest dilemmas in contemporary ethics and education, is that we have abandoned almost everything, but meantime we cannot break away from some premise of the certainty at any time in our ethical life and moral education. This Arendt Dilemma is manifested not only in the...

The Meaningful Learning Of The 1st And 2nd Values Of Pancasila To Improve The Character For Indonesian Students

Ady Noor, Bulkan Bulkan
Meaningful learning of Pancasila subject requires the creativities of lecturers so that learning Pancasila is not monotonous and boring. The creativity of lecturers in learning Pancasila help students understand and interpret the meaning correctly values of Pancasila. This research subjects of the research...

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Community Empowerment Through Social Entrepreneurship Training Based On Partnership Network

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

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

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

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

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