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Discursive Practices of Teaching-Learning Phase in the School Literacy Movement: Appraisal Analysis

Rama Dwika Herdiawan, Mursid Saleh, Warsono, Djoko Sutopo
Discursive practices lead to the interactants negotiating the attitudes in certain area particularly in the teaching and learning phase in which the students and teacher get interactive to each other. This is theoretically related to appraisal analysis which attempts to investigate how the students and...

Mathematical Communication on Solution of Divergence Problems Viewed from the Type of Geometric Analogy Reasoning Students

Mujiasih, St Budi Waluya, Kartono, Scolastica Mariani
One of the most effective strategies to enhance student’s geometric understanding in mathematical communication is by giving assignments based on analogy reasoning. Geometric analogical reasoning (GAR) is a reasoning skill used in completing geometry case by applying visual, concept or problem-solving...

Indonesian Ninja Warrior for Physical Education in Elementary School

Donny Wira Yudha Kusuma, Mugiyo Hartono
Not all television programs have a bad impact, one of which is Sasuke Ninja Warrior Indonesia, a program that requires dexterity and physical skills and according to research can be applied in the physical education class. The aim of this research is to get the game form from Indonesian Ninja Warrior...

Development of Teacher Competence Guidance Model Based on Scientific Approach

Umi Setijowati, Achmad Slamet, Tri Joko Raharjo, Suwito Eko Pramono
Developments of teachers are continuously attempted to fulfil the need for competencies so that they can be acknowledged in 21st-century life. However, the implementation of education has not been optimal. The purpose of this study is to develop teacher competence guidance model based on scientific approach....

Comparing the Students’ Scientific Literacy Based on Teaching Models and Science Textbook on Expansion Concept

Supriyadi, Ani Rusilowati, P. Astuti, Wiyanto
The aim of this study is to determine the differences in students’ scientific literacy regarding applied teaching model and science textbook they used in the learning activity. This study used the true experimental method with pretest-posttest control group design. The result of the comparative test...

Writing Training of 2013 Curriculum-Based Textbook for Working Group Elementary School Teacher

Sukardi, D.Y.P. Sugiharto, Tri Joko Raharjo, RC Achmad Rifa’i
The community service aims to: (1) improve and describe the knowledge, the ability of elementary school teachers from Cluster Ki Hajar Dewantoro Dabin I Tugu City Semarang Sub-District about the writing of 2013 curriculum-based textbooks in elementary schools by using socialization, training and mentoring...

Comparison of Java Language Lectics with Sunda Language in Larangan District, Brebes Regency

Ida Zulaeha, Diding Rosyadi, Imam Baehaqie, Fitriyaningsih, Eri Prihatmini
The purpose of this study was to find out the comparisons of Javanese and Sundanese languages in the Prohibition District of Brebes Regency based on the shape and meaning and kinship relationship of the two languages. The research approach is qualitative descriptive. Data is a lexicon; the source of...

College Student Knowledge in Waste Management at Semarang State University

Shaiba Ayu Widyawati, Sucihatiningsih Dian Wisika Prajanti, Puji Hardati
Waste management in Semarang State University (UNNES) environment has been carried out by cooperation from various parties. College student knowledge about waste management becomes very important, because college students are one of the campus residents who produce a lot of waste. The purpose of this...

Teachers’ Cognition and Their Teaching Practices in an EFL Classroom: A Correlational Study

Ikariya Sugesti, Dwi Rukmini, Abdurrachman Faridi, Sri Wuli Fitriati
English teachers play a pivotal role in language teaching to maintain a positive and effective learning environment through well-prepared and varied lessons, which cater to the range of student abilities and interests. To understand teacher quality, this study investigates the interplay between EFL teachers’...

Teacher Supervision Models for Answering Educational Challenges in the Era of Disruption

Septi Purfitasari, Masrukhi, Titi Prihatin, Sungkowo Edy Mulyono
Digitalisation in various fields produces disruptive innovations to change the order that has been established. This encourages individuals and various social institutions to move to adjust to change. Education is one sector that needs to be improved quickly in order to be able to adapt to the needs...

The Strategy Used by Formal and Informal English Teachers in Teaching Vocabularies

M. S. Zuhri, M. H Ainunnajih, L Khoiriyah, S. W. Fitriati, Suwandi
Teachers must have a good strategy in teaching vocabulary in order to provide well understanding in teaching. This study aimed (1) to identify the strategy used by the teachers; (2) to identify the advantages of the strategy they used; (3) to identify the most strategy used in teaching vocabulary. The...

Group Guidance Model Based on Thought Values of RA Kartini to Develop the Early Childhood Character in Jepara Early Childhood Education Programs

Siti Saroh, Mungin Eddy Wibowo, Sumaryanto F Totok, Anwar Sutoyo
In character education there is a goal to develop the character of the child by living the values and beliefs of the community as a moral force in their life. The aim of this research is to produce a hypothetical model of group guidance based on the values of thought RA. Kartini to Develop Early Childhood...

Improving Theological Seminary Human Resources’ Quality Mind-Set in Disruption Era

Steaven Octavianus, Y.L. Sukestiyarno, Rusdarti, Suwito Eko Pramono
In the era of disruption characterized by the industrial revolution 4.0 and community 5.0, the need for quality is a must for society. Therefore, this also apply for Theological Seminary in Indonesia. It also has an obligation to implement a quality culture without exception. Any organization that cannot...

Contribution of Leg Muscle Power, Leg Flexibility and Balance to Kedeng Smash Ability Sepaktakraw Game

Sulaiman, Taufik Hidayah, Muhamad Azwan
The purpose of this study was to analyze the contribution of leg muscle power, leg shape, and balance with the ability to smash into the game of sepaktakraw in Student education and training Center, at Riau Province. This study uses regression and correlational method with SPSS 20. The subjects in this...

The Application of CIPPO Evaluation Model in Evaluating the Performance of School for Producing Entrepreneurs Programs in Vocational High School

Okta Purnawirawan, Paramita P Chintya, Muflihatus Sholihah
The development of Entrepreneurship Learning is expected to be one of the answers for education in vocational schools to overcome the problem of high unemployment. In line with this, the Directorate of Vocational Education gives special attention to strengthening entrepreneurship learning in Vocational...

Stretching Exercise and Grip Strength on Flat Serve Tennis Skills: Experimental Study on FKOR UNS Students

Muhammad Mariyanto, KS Soegiyanto, Agus Kristiyanto, Taufik Hidayah
For a professional who follows tournament circuit, strong serve punches are very special capital. In reality, technically the quality of blows is often inadequate. Serve punches that are carried out are very easily returned by the opponent and also do a lot of wrong serve (fault). This experimental study...

Education of Environmental Awareness Based on Larung-Sesaji Ritual in Coastal Community of Bluru Village, Sidoarjo Sub-District, Sidoarjo District

Niswatin, Wasino, Suyahmo, Thriwaty Arsal
Environmental awareness Education aims to print a wise generation against the surrounding environment, issues about the environment, both nationally and internationally never depart from the attention of World society. The impacts of human behavior or natural disasters caused by environmental education...

Adaptation of Academic Psychological Capital Questionnaire in Bahasa Indonesia

A. Setyandari, Mungin Eddy Wibowo, Edy Purwanto, Sunawan
This study aimed to adapt the Academic Psychological Capital Questionnaire developed by Luthans et.al. [4] in Bahasa Indonesia. This version is adapted from Psychological Capital Questionnaire developed by Luthan et.al.(2007). Academic psychological capital questionnaire assesses 4 dimensions of the...

Implementation of Problem-Based Learning Assisted with Recreation of Second Mathematics to Improve Numeracy and Problem Solving Skills

Indriana Eko Armaidi, Hardi Suyitno, Nuriana Rachmani Dewi
Innovative elementary school education demands students to be active, one of the effort to develop students numeracy skill is mathematics learning. The purpose of this research is to know the effectivity of Problem Based Learning assisted with recreation of second mathematics to improve numeracy and...

The Influence of Independent Learning and Structure Sense Ability on Mathematics Connection in Abstract Algebra

Junarti, YL. Sukestiyarno, Mulyono, Nur Karomah Dwidayati
This study aimed to reveal the influence of independent learning and structure sense ability on mathematics connection in abstract algebra through mentoring modules as an initial step to overcome the students’ difficulties in learning and to habituate students to recognize the structure sense and mathematics...

Errors Analysis in Bahasa Indonesia to English Translation in Descriptive Text Made by Indonesian Students

Ali Akbar Rafsanjani
The aim of this research is to find out the error sources in Bahasa Indonesia to English translation in descriptive text made by students. The writer used descriptive qualitative research. The subject of the research is the eight grade students of SMPN 1 Arjawinangun. The total of the Eight grade students...

The Analysis of Students Mathematical Reasoning in Completing the Word Problem in SMPN 7 Sumedang

Rosita Neneng Tita, Y.L. Sukestiyarno, Kartono, Mulyono
Students’ mathematical reasoning ability is important to understand mathematics. This study aims to analyze students’ reasoning ability in solving word problems. This research is a descriptive qualitative research with 30 students as the subjects. The results showed that mathematical reasoning ability...

2-Dimensional Simulation of Field Anomaly Gravity Based on Scratch Programming

Supriyadi, Jefta Heparona, Sugiyanto, Farid Ahmadi
The things behind of this research is to solve the problems faced by students in geophysics who have difficulty in making modeling of subsurface targets. To overcome this problem, gravity anomaly modeling software is offered based on SCRATCH programming. This program is named GRAVSYS. The input parameters...

Analysis of Creative Thinking Process Based on Metacognitive with Project Work Models

Detalia Noriza Munahefi, Kartono, Budi Waluya, Dwijanto
One learning model that encourages students to develop mathematical creative thinking is the project work model. One of the factors that influence differences in mathematical creative thinking processes is metacognitive. Therefore, the aim of this study is to analyze students’ mathematical creative thinking...

Barongan: Heritage of Traditions on the Java Coast and Their Symbolic Interactions

Riris Setyo Sundari, Tjetjep Rohendi Rohidi, Suminto A. Sayuti, Hartono
Barongan is a traditional art from Central Java. Barongan that carries mythological animals, lives and develops in the Central Java region, including on the north coast. So, it’s important to study about Barongan Performance. The objectives of this researchy are: (1) to analyze the process of Barongan...

Didactic Values in the Anthology “Tegal Beercerita” Short Stories

Fauziah, Agus Nuryatin, Mukh. Doyin
Tegal Bercerita is an anthology of short stories which was published by Department of Libraries and Archives of Tegal in 2017. The anthology consists of fifteen short stories that are written by the litterateur from Tegal. Didactic values in the short stories are good for the education and character...

Influence of Education and Training on Motivation and Productivity of Civil Servant Lecturers

Sri Mulyani
The problem examined in this study was how the influence of education and training on the motivation and productivity of civil servant lecturers in Surakarta Second Region Private College. This type of research was a type of causal research. The method used was a survey method with a quantitative approach....

Learning Audio of Visualization Music Pontanu Dance to Develop Communication Ecosystem

Andi Imrah Dewi, Tjetjep Rohendi Rohedi, Dharsono, Hartono
The purpose of this study focuses on the concept of traditional dance education, which leads to the inculcation of character values through the learning of Musicians Visualization Music as a form of building a communication ecosystem. The purpose of this research is to build a communication ecosystem...

Student Attitude in Learning Vocational High School

Dwi Rahmawati, Fathur Rokhman, Wagiran
Language behavior influence the preservation of speaker’s language. Students tend to communicate not to use Indonesian Language properly and correctly. Indonesian Language must be used as the language of instruction in learning. This study aims to analyze the language attitudes of students in learning...

TPACK Goes to Fourth Grade: Lessons from Learning English Through Raz Kids Program

Pratiwi Amelia, Dwi Rukmini, Januarius Mujiyanto, Dwi Anggani L. Bharati
While current technology is massively used, still it is debatable whether technology brings good or harm for young learners in primary school. To fill this gap, this study investigated how the teachers use technology while teaching English using Raz Kids Program. This study aimed to empower the students’...

The Analysis of Mathematical Literacy Abilities of Primary School Students

K L Purwanti, Y.L. Sukestiyarno, B Waluya, Rochmat
This research has a purpose to see the ability of mathematics literacy of elementary school students. The purpose of mathematics subjects mentioned is that learners have the ability to understand, use reasoning, solve problems, communicate and have a respect for mathematics, along with the applicable...

Influences of Distant Drilling Methods and Agility Levels to Forehand Accuracy of Tennis Players

Muhamad Rohadi, Sugiharto, Setya Rahayu, Mugiyo Hartono
This research aims to find out influence of distant hitting drilling training and agility level to accuracy of 10 – 12 year old badminton players’ forehands. This experimental research used factorial 2 x 2 analysis. There were two variables manipulated simultaneously to investigate the influence of each...

Portrait of the Implementation of K13 Learning Principles of Physics Lessons in Vocational High School

Sugeng Riadi, Sunyoto Eko Nugroho, Supriyadi
Efforts to improve the quality of learning science and technology must be carried out. Teachers must realize 21st century skills-oriented learning in line with K13 learning principles.The aim of research is to identify how the implementation of K13 learning principles. Data collection used was observation...

Habituation of Political Learning in Senior High Schools in Yogyakarta City

Supriyadi, Masrukhi, Tri Marhaeni Pudji Astuti, Hamdan Triatmaja
Political learning for young beginner voters is important for their political life. Communities and schools still have problems in carrying out their nurturing functions. This paper intends to uncover possible alternatives to organize political learning at schools. Referring to Bourdieu’s thought on...

The Functions of Counselor Advisory Utterances for Students’ Self-Development in the Interaction of Classroom Guidance and Counseling

Nurul Lutfia, Rustono, Tommi Yuniawan
Counselors’ utterances are varied and unique. It holds an important role in a guidance and counseling activity. One factor influencing the success of counseling is the appropriate language use by the counselors. Therefore, this study intended to describe the functions of counselors’ advisory utterances...

The Impacts of Professional Learning Activities on Teachers’ Professional Development

Rani
This study is conducted to find out whether professional learning activities influence teachers’ professionalism on their professional development. The data was collected through questionnaire distributed to 50 English teachers in Parepare, South Sulawesi. The questionnaire was adapted from TALIS (2010)...

The Cognitive Load Theory the Roles on Mathematics Learning in Indonesia

Andes Safarandes Asmara, St Budi Waluya, Hardi Suyitno, Iwan Junaedi
The basic idea of cognitive load theory is that cognitive capacity in working memory is limited, so if the learning task requires too much capacity, learning will be hampered. The purpose of this study was to see how the role of learning that optimizes the use of working memory capacity and avoid cognitive...

Probabilistic Thinking Ability of the Students of Mathematics Education Bachelor’s Degree in Terms of Their Cognitive Style

Abdul Taram, Sukestiyarno, Rochmad, Iwan Junaedi
Probabilistic thinking is one of the internal factors which are very influential towards the students’ ability. However, research regarding the probabilistic thinking has not been massively done. The students’ cognitive style, which is defined as the individual trend to retrieve, to process, to construct,...

Human Resources of Industrial Entrepreneurs in Industrial Revolution Era 4.0 (Study in Semarang Regency, Central Java Province, Indonesia)

Puji Hardati, Hariyanto, Dewi Liesnoor Setyowati, Thriwaty Arsal
The industrial revolution has occurred since the early 18th century until now, this is in accordance with the improvement of human civilization, and the implementation of its distribution to all regions. The population is increasing in number with very diverse and complex qualities. The research aims...

Emotional Intelligence Level on First Grade Students of Elementary School in Physical Education Learning Process

Suhadi, Sugiyanto, Hari Amirulloh Rahman, Sulaiman
Emotional intelligence is still lacks attention in its development in the fields of physical education and sports. Therefore, research seeks to determine the level of emotional intelligence of first grade students of elementary school in physical education. This survey study involved 103 first-grade...

Contributive Use of Information Systems in Improving Performance and Work Satisfaction in the Technology Literacy Era

Agus Suryanto, Totok Sumaryanto Florentinus, Fakhruddin, Titi Prihatin
Information and telecommunications technology devices’ progression have slowly changed people’s working and communicating. It can be seen in the 4.0 industrial revolution by New literacy, including Technological literacy. Improved employee performance that has an influence on job satisfaction is obtained...

Implementation of the Formula “If Branched” to Identify the Value of Wedhatama Fiber Characters in Learning with a Scientific Approach

Suyitno, Ida Zulaeha
The topic of this study is based on the fact that Javanese language teachers have difficulty identifying the character values and teach it with a scientific approach. The solution offered in this study is to implement the “if branching” in identifying character values and making effective designs learning...

The Challenges in Implementing Content and Language Integrated Learning: The Head Teachers’ Personal View of Teachers’ Professional Development

Ima Isnaini, Taufiqur Rohmah, Mursid Saleh, Abdurrachman Faridi, Sri Wuli Fitriati
The Implementing Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) is unique since the focus is not only in English as instructional language but we have to consider the content as another side of the coin of CLIL. Both aspects must be balance. The objective of the study was exploring the head teacher’s...

Concept Mastery of Ethnoscience-Based Integrated Science and Elementary Students’ Life Skills Using Guided Inquiry

S. Sarwi, A. Yusnitasari, W. Isnaeni
Based on these observations in several state elementary schools in Tegal City Center Java showed that the mastery of scince concept at a level below the standard. Students’ life skills also need to be improved to face the 21st century. This study aims to find the increasing in concepts mastery of ethnoscience-based...

Competency-Based Training Model: Sewing Basic Clothes Training at the Great Hall of Work Training Development in Semarang, Indonesia

Noviasti Nur Laely Farecha, Amin Yusuf, Joko Sutarto
Education and training as one of the human resources development strategies needed to overcome the gaps in people who do not have the skills or skills to improve the quality of their lives. The implementation of the training program still needs to be done in-depth study to fit the essence of nonfomal...

The Role of Vocational Education on the Advancement of Human Development in Indonesia

Setiyawami, Sugiyo, Sugiyono, Tri Joko Rahardjo
Vocational education has a vital role in human development, with the preparation of the most dominant skills. The vital role of vocational education must be supported by other components, such as government policy, as well as the education component in the vocational school itself. The research is a...

Identifying Factors that Influence the Promotion Acceleration of Academic Staff at the Engineering Faculty

Sri Handayani, Harianingsih, Retno Mayasari, Adi Pratama Lukito, Pipit Nurpita Lusiana
Promotion acceleration is an award from government to employess as a reward for their good work performance. Employess, especially lecturer and staff in Engineering Faculty of Universitas Negeri Semarang get promotion acceleration on time. The demographic factors that influence of promotion acceleration...

Understanding of Science Concepts Through SETS Guided Discovery Approach Using Two-Tier Test Toward 4th Elementary School

Riza Permadi, Sudarmin, Mulyono
This study aims to determine and analyze students’ understanding of concepts using the SETS Guided Discovery model by using the Two-Tier Test. This study uses an experimental research design. Samples were taken by purposive sampling technique, obtained Payak Elementary School as an experimental class...

The Implementation of Lecturer’s Motivational Teaching Strategies in Essay Writing Class: From Theory Into Practice

Puspa Dewi, Abdurrachman Faridi, Mursid Saleh, Sri Wuli Fitriati
Motivational teaching strategies play important role in students’ learning process. The objectives of this study are to describe how the lecturer implemented and what motivational teaching strategies were dominant being implemented in Essay Writing class. The data were from the interview with Essay writing...

Character Building for Early Childhood: A Case Study for the Teaching of Performing and Fine Arts

Hartono, Yovita Sari
Early childhood is the period of children’s growth, physically and mentally. The early building of character is very important in the early childhood period. The effective and efficient process of character building can be done through the education of performing and fine arts. This research aims to...