Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Technology and Education (ICITE 2021)
Dedi Prestiadi, Ahmad Nurabadi, Wildan Zulkarnain
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many changes, such as the learning process from face-to-face to online learning. Supervision of learning as one of the activities in educational institutions also needs to adapt to the conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose of this study was to determine the...
Leading from Home: Leadership Skills in Developing School Programs in the Digital Age and Covid 19 in Indonesia
Ahmad Yusuf Sobri, Juharyanto, Sultoni, Maulana Amirul Adha, Maisyaroh, Rachmad Bagus Saputra
This study aimed to describe the principals’ skills in leading the school from home (LSFH) based on the digital age and Covid 19 pressure. This study was a qualitative approach, where data was collected naturally by using a google form, distance open-ended interview, and online forum group discussion...
Dimas Arif Dewantoro, Rizqi Fajar Pradipta, Mohammad Efendi, Abdul Huda, Mohd Hanafi Mohd Yasin
The research aims to; know the teacher’s opinion in selecting media and analysing availability, utilization, and constraints learning Media. This study uses qualitative research methods with the type of study case. Data collection techniques using observation, interviews, and documentation. The data...
Rizqi Fajar Pradipta, Yon Ade Lose Hermanto, Herlina Ike Oktaviani, Dimas Arif Dewantoro, Mohd Hanafi Mohd Yasin
This study aims to analyse the form of distance learning strategies for students with special needs in the era of the Covid-19 pandemic. The research method used is descriptive qualitative with the type of case study. This research was conducted at the Inclusive Elementary School in Malang City. Collecting...
This research paper is aimed to examine how transformational leadership applied to encourage and empower workforces to do their jobs with full initiatives, autonomy, and make changes. Critical literature review analysis was used as the method in obtaining insights of this topic. It focuses on the leadership...
Parents’ Perspective Towards Inclusive Education for Children with Intellectual Disabilities in Indonesia
Umi Safiul Ummah, Mohd Mokhtar Tahar, Mohd Hanafi bin Mohd Yasin
The implementation of inclusive education is a part of the school program which emerged as the realization from the program education for all which gives changes for children with special needs to learn along with the regular students at regular schools. This study aims to understand parents’ perception...
The Influence of the Implementation Procedure of the Competency Test for the Promotion of the Functional Position of the Supervisor on Quality Control PNFI Program in East Java Province
Devi Merina Tuz Sa’diyah, Ach. Rasyad, Umi Dayati, Ahmad
This study aims to examine the effect of the competency test implementation procedure for the promotion of supervisory functional level on quality control of non-formal and informal education programs in East Java Province with a quantitative approach and correlational design involving 45 supervisors...
Designing and Testing Teacher Professional Development Models Focusing on Optimizing Teacher Commitment in the Era of the ASEAN Economic Community and New Normal
Ali Imron, Bambang Budi Wiyono, Syamsul Hadi, Imam Gunawan, Asghar Abbas, Dyas Bintang Perdana, Muhammad Kurniawan Hidayatullah
The real challenge in teacher professional development is the socio-cultural demands of the ASEAN Economic Community era and new normal (caused by the covid-19 pandemic). The purpose of this study is to examine the model of teacher professional development that focuses on optimizing teacher commitment...
Ach. Rasyad, Ahmad, Ratih Permata Sari
With the high dropout rate and the relatively high cost of education, the existence of PIP is a solution in helping the poor to return to school. This evaluative research uses a goal-oriented model as developed by Tyler, involving 32 people from the education office, managers of community learning centers,...
Arda Purnama Putra, Goenawan Roebyanto, Muh. Arafik
This research aim to produce interactive multimedia web-based teaching materials as a support for online learning for elementary school students that are valid according to media experts and material experts. This study uses a development research method that adapts the theory of Borg and Gall. The steps...
Henry Praherdhiono, Eka Pramono Adi, Binti Lutfiah, Nunung Nindigraha
Research and development aims to produce a product in the form of digital module development media using a collaborative learning approach which is applied to the Study Material Development Course, Department of Educational Technology, State University of Malang. Research and Development (R&D) is...
Made Duananda K. Degeng, Yulias Prihatmoko, Felisia Hemilia, Nunung Nindigraha
This study aims to develop a digital module by applying the principle of redundancy is to produce an appropriate learning media product in the form of a digital module by applying the principle of redundancy that can accommodate student learning styles. The method used is a research and development approach....
Analysis of the Difficulties Students of Class V in Solving Mathematics Higher-Order Thinking Skills Problems
Ayu Rahajeng, Ni Luh Sakinah Nuraini
One of the difficulties experienced students is solving Higher-Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) problems. This study was conducted to identify, students’ difficulties in working HOTS problems on speed and discharge material. The research was conducted at SDN Pakisaji 1 using a qualitative descriptive approach...
The Effectiveness of Series Image Assistant Video Animations on Narrative Writing Ability of Elementary School Students
Ayun Sundari, Titis Angga Rini, Khusnul Khotimah
The effectiveness of the use of animated videos with the aid of serial images was tested for its impact on the ability to write narratives of fifth-grade elementary school students. The study was conducted with a pre-experimental design for one group pretest-posttest. The population was taken with a...
Citra Kurniawan, Shirly Rizki Kusumaningrum
Adaptive learning was an interesting topic amid the many choices of 21st-century learning strategies. The development of research and topics related to adaptive learning is believed to grow rapidly in line with the diverse needs of the students. However, trends and research developments related to adaptive...
Dedi Kuswandi, Hutkemri Zulnaidi, Citra Kurniawan, Fikri Aulia, Zahid Zufar At Thaariq, Dhimas Adhitya Wijanarko, Muhammad Zidni Ilman Nafi’a, Lu’luil Maknuunah
The learning paradigm using a digital technology base is now inevitable. The development of the times demands professional improvement for all professional audiences, no exception for teachers. Because the teacher was an educator who taught students as a subject of learning. Students are a new generation...
Desi Eri Kusumaningrum, Dedi Prestiadi, Djum Djum Noor Benty
Learning media is an important aspect to support the success of the learning process. The development of learning media needs to be done to improve the learning process to be of higher quality. This study aims to develop learning videos in student management courses. This research method uses development...
Development of the Pinang Climbing Board Media to Strengthen Communicative Character in 5th Grade Elementary School
Dewi Lutfita Sari, Lilik Bintartik, Arda Purnama Putra
The purpose of this research is to develop pin climbing board media by enhancing friendly / communicative characters in 5th grade elementary school Kauman 2 Blitar City which is valid, practical and interesting. This study uses the ADDIE model. The type of data used is quantitative and qualitative data....
Development of Javanese Language Card Media to Recognize Javanese Sentence Structure for Grade 5 Elementary School Students
Dhimas Teddy Prasetya, Arda Purnama Putra
This research aims to produce a Javanese card media “SI BAWA” to recognize the structure of Javanese sentence of the fifth grade students of Kepanjenlor 3 SDN Blitar City. This study uses research model following the Borg and Gall research which consists of ten steps. The step in this research is carried...
Ence Surahman, Citra Kurniawan, Ujang Nendra Pratama
This study investigated the remote teaching methods during the COVID-19 pandemic in rural areas of Indonesia. Research participants were seven teachers in elementary school, junior high school, and senior high school in rural areas. This study employed a qualitative method with interviews, online observation,...
Development of Gamification Based Supplementary Listening Materials to Improve Students’ High Order Thinking Skills
Muhamad Fahmi Hariadi, Dedi Kuswandi, Agus Wedi
This research aims to develop supplementary listening materials using gamification in the Listening Class. There is one research problem asked, what does a set if supplementary listening materials using gamification for listening class in english education program look like? The purpose of this research...
Fuad Maulana, Dedi Prestiadi
This research aims to find out how the instructional supervision planning processes in formal education units. This research is a qualitative descriptive study. The data collection technique used was a literature study and the data obtained were then compiled and analyzed descriptively qualitatively....
Inas Rasyidah, Titis Angga Rini, Muh. Arafik
The pandemic condition causes challenges in implementing the school Literacy Movement (GLS). This fact is the background of this research to describe the planning, implementation, and evaluation of the GLS program during the pandemic in grade IV Islamic Elementary School (SDI) Mohammad Hatta Malang....
The Influence of Personality and Learning Motivation on the Transformation of Digital Learning at Community Learning Center in Malang Regency
Kukuh Miroso Raharjo, M. Ishom, Sucipto, Zulkarnain
The purpose of this research to analyze the influence of personality on the transformation of digital learning at community learning center in Malang Regency, to analyze the effect of learning motivation on the transformation of digital learning in community learning center, to analyze the influence...
Project-Based Learning Integrated with Design Thinking Approach to Improve Students’ Critical Thinking Skill
Lu’luil Maknuunah, Dedi Kuswandi, Yerry Soepriyanto
21st century learning requires students to be able to think critically and be able to solve about the problems around them. The skills required by these 21st century students are referred to as 21st century skills. To be able to practice critical thinking skills and problem solving in learning, lecturers...
The Role of Facilitators in Community Empowerment Based on Learning Community to Improve Vocational Skills
M. Ishom, Kukuh Miroso Raharjo, Sucipto, Zulkarnain, Decky Avrilianda, Muhammad Khoirul Fatihin
This study aims to analyze the role of facilitators in community-based learning community empowerment to improve vocational skills in Wagir District, Malang Regency. The results have been found that the role of the facilitator in empowering farmer groups is the main target in mentoring and learning activities...
Mohammad Yusuf Randy, Puri Selfi Cholifah
This study aims to find out and describe the constraints of teachers in using online learning media in elementary schools during online learning. This research used quantitative descriptive resesarch. The participant of this study used total population sampling of elementary school teacher in SDN 2 Wonoagung...
Ideal Contributions of Libraries in Supporting the Implementation of Children’s Literacy Movement in Elementary Schools
Muh. Arafik, Arda Purnama Putra, I Gede Astawan
The library functions as a learning center in elementary schools. The development and arrangement of libraries is an important part of the implementation of the Children’s Literacy Movement in elementary schools and the management of knowledge based on reading. This study aims to describe, explain, and...
Development of Tringo Based Multiliteracy Learning Model Design as an Effort to Improve Student Writing Skills
Muhammad Zidni Ilman Nafi’a, Dedi Kuswandi, Agus Wedi
This research wass motivated by the problems faced in learning to write because of the low literacy of students. These problems also stem from the complexity of the writing process, an ineffective learning process, and the challenges of the times that require students to have various literacy skills....
Muslim Haidar, Zulkarnain, Hardika
There are two aspects that underlie the importance of this research. The first to work freelance (freelance) will become a trend in the future, this is based on a survey from the ILO (international labor organization) in 2018. Therefore, future job seekers must be able to master the skills needed by...
Ni Luh Sakinah Nuraini, Andini Mukharoma Meidina, Bastian Dwi Bagas Vilano, Novita Wahyu Maulida, Ratih Elvia Valda, Rochan Nurseto
The rapid development of technology, especially related to online evaluation applications, provides several alternatives in making it easier for teachers to evaluate learning to their students. Preliminary data obtained from participants related to experiences related to evaluation during online learning....
Development of Early Childhood Game Model to Increase Movement Activities for Kindergarten and Preschool Student
Pramono Pramono, Arbin Janu S, I Wayan Sutama, Leni Gunadi, Hasnah Binti Mohamed
The purposes of this study are to (1) analyzes the validity of early childhood play models to increase motion activity (2) analyze the practicality of early childhood game models to increase movement activity, (3) analyze the effectiveness of early childhood game models to increase motion activity to...
A Professional Development Training for Elementary School Teacher
Puri Selfi Cholifah, Vencya Sabella Nafsi
The purpose of this paper is to describe the training process of the primary school teacher professionalism development scheme to be able to develop an interactive worksheet based on a mobile learning environment for elementary school students. This study used a descriptive study to present the result...
R. Anggia Listyaningrum, Umi Dayati, Sri Wahyuni, Rezka Arina Rahma, Bagus Rachmad Saputra
Islamic boarding school is an education institute that has a pretty long history in Indonesia. Islamic boarding school is the center of education or learning and a part of Indonesian struggles to reach independence. The learning concept that applied in Islamic boarding schools included the informal education...
Media and Information Literacy in Indonesia Curriculum Implementation
Safira Choirunniza, Puri Selfi Cholifah
The low level of students’ literacy skills in Indonesia is still a problem that has not yet received the right solution. The lack of use of digital media is one of the reasons. During the Covid-19 pandemic, online learning automatically increased students ‘gadget use intensity and automatically improved...
Teguh Triwiyanto, Pramono, Arif Fathoni, Junaidin
The purpose of this study is to determine the area of teacher and education studies in Indonesia during the covid-19 pandemic. In this meta-analysis research, the analysis technique used is a quantitative approach that compares the difference in the scores of the variables studied, namely the impact...
Development of E-Module for Online Training Minimum Competency Assessment for Elementary School Teacher
Titis Angga Rini, Febrianita Putri Solehah
Online training is widely carried out to improve the professional competence of teachers. The results of the needs analysis show that optimizing online training requires materials that can help participants learn independently and more deeply, namely with e-modules. The e-module development procedure...
Yerry Soepriyanto, Muhammad Banurohman, Sulthoni Sulthoni
This article presents the findings of a study driven by the desire to improve learning outcomes for understanding the concept of command interfaces Disk Operating System (DOS) commands. This is important because during classroom learning with teacher-centered demonstration mode, students have difficulty...
Ela Awik Tamara, Yuniawatika, Moh. Zainuddin
The purpose of this study was to analyze/describe the level of geometric thinking of fifth grade students based on Van Hiele’s theory. The research method used in this research is descriptive qualitative. The subjects of this study were 20 students of class VA MI MPI Cendono who were grouped based on...
Analysis of the Positive and Negative Effects of Using Smartphones in Learning for Children with Special Needs
Frimha Purnamawati, Rizqi Fajar Pradipta
The purpose of this study was to determine the impact of smartphones on social and social aspects. A scholar for children with special needs at the Putra Mandri Lebo Special School in Sidoarjo. This study in a descriptive qualitative study. Results show that researchers have found affects social aspects:...
Hasan Argadinata, Ali Imron, Raden Bambang Sumarsono
The peer foster student innovation program is the latest idea program from the regional government of Banyuwangi Regency that is applied in all schools in Banyuwangi Regency including one of the SMPN l Genteng of Banyuwangi Regency. The purpose of this research is to find out whether there is an increase...
Design and Testing of Teacher Professional Development Models Focusing on the Optimization of Teachers’ Teaching Ability in the Era of Asean Economic Communities and New Normal
Syamsul Hadi, Ali Imron, Bambang Budi Wiyono, Imam Gunawan, Asghar Abbas, Dyas Bintang Perdana
The Covid-19 pandemic, which is still ongoing, has changed the way various sectors work, including the education sector. Teachers are required to carry out online teaching which has affected the teacher’s teaching competencies that must be possessed. The ability to teach teachers in various conditions...
Ahmad, M. Ishaq, Edi Widianto, Ratih Permata Sari, Citra Dewi, Rita Prima Bendriyanti
The assessor is a professional who has the assessment competency and high personal capacity for task completion. An assessor should adapt to the SISPENA online technology in carrying out assessment tasks. The objectives of this article are: (1) Analyzing the readiness of the online SISPENA system in...
Ibrahim Sani Ali Manggala, Yuniawatika
Indonesia consistently ranks in the bottom ten in the international PISA (Program for International Student Assessment) assessment results. This PISA shows that the literacy ability, especially the mathematical literacy of Indonesian students, is still a concern. One of the main factors that affect students’...
Ahmad Nurabadi, Fendy Suhariadi, Ibrahim Bafadal, Yerry Soepriyanto, Imam Gunawan, Maulana Amirul Adha
In the midst of the pressure COVID-19 pandemic in the digital era, the use of ICT has become a necessity. Therefore, it is necessary to develop a principal induction program that can be done online that can be accessed anytime and anywhere. This study aims to determine the effect of principals’ portfolio-based...
Ibrahim Bafadal, Ahmad Nurabadi, Imam Gunawan, Juharyanto Juharyanto, Nova Syafira Ariyanti, Maulana Amirul Adha, Min-Ling Hung, Akbar Syah Ichwanda Burham
Efforts to realize excellent school, effective learning leadership by principals play a very vital role. Principals with high morality, are key in the creation of qualified graduates. This research aims to explore the process of morally based learning leadership in excellent schools. This research uses...