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1.

Analysis of Madrasah Supervisors Compliance and Competence towards Their Performance Development and Its Implications on Madrasah Supervisory Program Effectiveness
Supadi, Soemarto, Aan Komariah, Taufani C Kurniatun

Educational Administration Program
School of Postgraduate
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


This study aims to: (1) know the description of the competence of the supervisor of madrasah (2) know the description of the adherence level of the madrasah supervisor (3) know the performance of the madrasah supervisor on the madrasah and (4) know the effectiveness of madrasah supervisor performance on the implementation of the madrasah supervision program and (5) develop the Supervisor’s competency of madrasah by adding competence of Islamic education in Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang and Bekasi. This research is a comparative causal research (Causal-Comparative Research) with the unit of analysis studied is the supervisor of madrasah located in Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang and Bekasi. This study included research survey using questionnaire and in-depth interview with a total sample of 150 madrasah supervisors. The test equipment used in this study uses the classical assumption test which includes normality test, multicolonierity test, heteroscedasticity test and linearity test. The method of data analysis used is simple regression analysis and multiple regression analysis. The result of this research shows that based on the result of path analysis can be obtained the effect of inter-variables as follows: there is a positive influence of supervisors compliance to supervisors performance, supervisors competence to supervisors performance, Effectiveness of supervisory program implementation and supervisory competence on effectiveness of madrasah supervisory program implementation and supervisory performance on effectiveness of madrasah supervision program implementation in Jabodetabek region.

Topic: Academic and Management Supervisory in Education

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HEADMASTERS’ ACADEMIC SUPERVISION AND TEACHERS’ MOTIVATION TO ACHIEVE IN IMPROVING TEACHING PERFORMANCE
Norman Sani, Endang Herawan, Cicih Sutarsih

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


This study aims to examine the significance of the effects of headmasters’ academic supervision and teachers’ motivation to achieve towards teachers’ teaching performance in Public Elementary Schools in Cimahi City. The present study employs survey method under quantitative approach. Data are gathered using Linkert’s scaled close-ended survey. The collected data are processed and analyzed using correlation analysis and regression analysis. The population of the study is 1,129 civil servant teachers distributed in 101 public elementary schools in Cimahi City. The sample is selected using simple random sampling, resulting in a number of 114 teachers or 11.8% of the total population. The findings show that: (1) there is positive and significant correlation (22.75%) between headmasters’ academic supervision and teaching performance, (2) there is positive and significant correlation (53.29%) between teachers’ motivation to achieve and their teaching performance, and (3) there is positive and significant correlation (54.91%) between headmasters’ academic supervision and teachers’ motivation to achieve, simultaneously, and teaching performance. These findings indicate that the better headmasters’ academic supervision and teachers’ motivation to achieve are, the better teachers’ teaching performance will be.

Topic: Academic and Management Supervisory in Education

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=55


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The Management of Superintendent Performance at Private Madrasah Aliyah in Bandung City
Sitti Chadidjah and Badrudin

UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung


The result of superintendent performance at private madrasah aliyah in Bandung city is a legality document of madrasah. The documents include madrasah head documents, teacher documents, student documents and madrasah documents. Superintendent in performing their duties and functions to the madrasah are to monitor the completeness of madrasah administration. The purpose of this study is to find out more about the planning, implementation, performance results, supporting factors and performance inhibitors. This study is a narrative qualitative, with nine participantst that consist of four participants from the superintendent, four participants from the heads of the madrasah, and one participant from the section head of the madrasah. Data were collected through interviews, documentation studies, and observations. Then the data is analyzed by triangulation method.
The results of the interviews, observation and documentation study are found that not all madrasah superintendent perform performance planning at the beginning of the academic year. The implementation of superintendent performance is monitoring and nurturing the head of madrasah and teachers through document. The results of the superintendent performance in the madrasah are documents from the completeness of the documents it will be the release of certification money for teachers and head of madrasah, and the liquidity of government aid funds. The inhibiting factor of superintendent performance is the lack of competence of the madrasah head, so the response to the change seems to be slowly accepted. Performance support factors are supervisory work means which are adequate. The control of superintendent performance is still less than the maximum. The lack of working hours and supervision of superintendent performance results need to be more reviewed. superintendent on the superintendent performance has not been a genuine concern from related parties.

Topic: Academic and Management Supervisory in Education

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=114


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POWER DIVERGEN PERFORMANCE OF BASIC SCHOOL SUPERVISOR AS OASE IMPROVING QUALITY OF SCHOOL
Nofia Candrawati

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


The study was conducted in the Education Office of South Tangerang City, Tangerang City and Tangerang Regency, aiming to obtain an in-depth analysis of the performance of primary school supervisors, the rules of legislation enacted, obtaining the ideal school supervisor model formulation in improving the quality of schools. The task of the quality assurance team: to coordinate; Coaching, mentoring, mentoring, supervision; Quality mapping; Monitoring and evaluation; Recommendation of quality improvement strategy. The Association of Indonesian School Supervisors as a supervisory profession organization is expected to continuously accommodate various scientific forums in an effort to renew the supervisor paradigm in answering global challenges without losing from the root of local potential. Qualitative research approach with case study method. Data analysis through visitation, interview, observation, document, audiovisual. Findings and implications: there is a direct significant impact on the performance of primary school supervisors on improving the quality of schools, there are qualifications of supervisory education that have not met the standards of Permendikbud No. 143 of 2014, at least DIV / S1 of 30.77%; Weak transparency of IT recruitment and mastery; Rational comparison of supervisors (1: 11/13); Low attendance, only 35%; Duty picket has not been well implemented ;; Produce a model of government policy in the career development of school supervisors.

Topic: Academic and Management Supervisory in Education

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=190


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School Based Teacher Development, Study about School as Professional Learning Community
Ahmad Furqon, Aan Komariah, Djaman Satori, Asep Suryana

Indonesian Education University


Professional learning community (PLC) can improve the quality of learning through PKB. In fact, the development of teachers by schools is still a policy disemination and less innovative. Teachers performance assesment is only administrative fulfillment. The teachers understanding of CPD is still very low. Teacher group in clusters are still partial and not yet integrated with the needs of teachers. Activities are often project-based that have not been linked to the teacher competency improvement. The main objective of this research is to obtain a picture of school-based teacher development through PLC in the continuous professional development in schools.
The research method used is qualitative method with 4 stages namely: (1) pre field; (2) field work; (3) data analysis, and (4) evaluation and reporting.
The research findings indicate that the elements of PLC forming are commitment, responsibility, usefulness, collaboration collegial, as well as school culture and climate. PLCs in school is form as a group parallel teacher, formal and informal forms of activity, have coordinators, focus themes on improving the quality of learning services, teacher participation, and internal and external sources. Impacts on teachers include increased self-reflection and self-renewal capacity, understanding characteristics and developing potential, as well as improving the quality of learning services. While the role of the principal in this PLC is as an instructional leader, motivator, and facilitator.
The conclusion of the research shows that PLC is able to promote CPD which leads to improving the quality of learning service. Research recommendations are: reinforcement of PLC characteristics; schools need to be PLCs; improve teacher quality and quality of learning services; required integration and synergy of internal and external school resources; the principal should provide understanding to the teacher, develop the schools structural and cultural conditions, and establish cooperation with various parties, and local governments take a big role in teacher development.



Topic: Administration and Management in Primary School

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6.

Implementation of The Head Master Clinical Supervision and Professional Teacher Performance for Improving Learning Quality
S. Muflihah Educational Administration, School of Post Graduate UPI lychamuf@gmail.com, D.A. Kurniady Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia Dedy_achmad@upi.edu A.Komariah Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia & Aan_komariah@upi.edu

UNIVERSITAS PENDIDIKAN INDONESIA


The research based on unoptimalism of learning quality at Public Elementary School District Gresik, the head master clinical supervision and professional teacher performance as one of factor affections learning quality. The research case is how big the influence of head master clinical supervision and professional teacher performance for learning quality. The research method is descriptive by oncoming quantitative. The result of method represents the head master clinical supervision and professional teacher performance simultaneously has positive influence in learning quality by the correlation value 0,639. the influence of the head master clinical supervision and professional teacher performance for learning quality in solid category has contribution 40,9%

Topic: Administration and Management in Primary School

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THE INFLUENCE OF THE COMPENSATION AND ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE ON JOB SATISFACTION OF THE TEACHER IN THE DISTRICT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CIMAHI TENGAH.
Rani Oktapiani

SPS Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


This research is motivated by compensation, organizational climate and on job satisfaction of the teacher. The objectives of this research are: (1) to know the effect of compensation on job satisfaction of the teacher in elementary school of Cimahi Tengah subdistrict (2) to know the influence of organizational climate on job satisfaction of the teacher in elementary school of Cimahi Tengah subdistrict (3) to know compensation and climate influence Organization on job satisfaction of the teacher in elementary school Cimahi Tengah District. The method used is descriptive method with quantitative approach through Simple Rondom Sampling technique. Target population of elementary school teachers in cimahi tengah. Research shows (1) there is a positive influence between compensation on job satisfaction of the teacher. Compensation has a significant positive effect on job satisfaction of the teacher. (2) there is a positive influence between organizational climate on job satisfaction of the teacher. Organizational climate has a significant positive effect on job satisfaction of the teacher. (3) there is a positive influence between compensation and organizational climate together on teacher on job satisfaction of the teacher. Organizational compensation and climate together have a positive influence on job satisfaction of the teacher. The suggestion of this research Central and local governments should continuously improve the level of compensation received teachers by considering compensation policies that are adjusted to the level of fair and fair living needs and support the personal comfort of teachers in career improvement in accordance with the achievements shown.


Topic: Administration and Management in Primary School

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THE INFLUENCE OF TEACHERS PROFESSIONAL ABILITY AND MOTIVATION OF THE TEACHING PERFORMANCE OF TEACHERS IN THE DISTRICT ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS CIMAHI TENGAH
Ratika Sari Dewi

SPS Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


This research is motivated by teachers professional ability, work motivation and teacher teaching performance. The focus of the problem in this research is how the descriptive conditions of teachers teaching performance, teacher professional ability and motivation of teachers, and how much influence the teacher professional ability and motivation of the teaching performance of teachers in the District Elementary Schools Cimahi Tengah. The method used is descriptive method with quantitative approach supported by documentation study and questionnaire as data collection tool. The location of this research is in Cimahi Tengah Elementary School with teacher sample as research respondent. Based on the results of data analysis can be concluded that (1) teacher positive effect on the performance of teachers and (2) work motivation of teachers has a positive effect on the performance of teachers and (3) together teachers professional ability and motivation influence on the performance of teachers to teach. The recommendation is (1) performance of teachers to teach: teachers should improve well learning planning, (2) teachers professional ability: teachers should attend seminars, training and workshops organized by the school (3) work motivation: teachers should always try to grow their work spirit in school (4) The next researcher in order to keep the future of other independent variables that influence the teaching performance of the teacher. Besides, the researcher related to the teaching performance of the teacher is not only implemented in basic education level but can be done in other education level in improving teacher teaching performance.

Topic: Administration and Management in Primary School

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9.

Quality Management of Elementary School
Muhammad Sahnan

Universitas Bung Hatta


ABSTRACT

Elementary school is a formal educational institution should be managed properly, so that the quality of education can always be improved. In the last decade developing a new vision and paradigm in the management of general education, and primary schools in particular. If the previous era school is seen as part of the educational bureaucracy, then now this school is an institution that serves the community. This paradigm shift has important implications in the management of quality sekolah.Manajemen Elementary School is an approach to run a business that tries to maximize the competitiveness of the school through continuous improvement over the out put, people, processes and the environment. Quality management is a way to organize all educational resources, which are directed to all those involved in carrying out the task with vigor and to participate in improving the implementation of the work so as to produce the corresponding services atatu exceed customer requirements. The success of some of the concepts of quality management in the field of education has led many managers of educational units to apply the concepts and principles, with modifications in accordance with the interests. Quality management Primary School has at least five things: (1) focus on the user, (2) the total involvement of all members, (3) measurement, (4) commitments and changes, and (5) improvement continuously.




Topic: Administration and Management in Primary School

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10.

Characteristics of Leadership On The Performance of Principal Elementary School In Purwakarta District
Nisfi Nurfitriyah, Aan Komariah, Deddy Achmad Kurniady

Education Administration Study Program
Postgraduate Of Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


ABSTRACT

Effective principal leadership will influence the participation of subordinates to do what they are responsible with feeling satisfied and able to work in accordance with the context. The purpose of this research is to know and analyze the characteristics of the leadership of public elementary school, to know and analyze the performance of the principal of public elementary school, to know and analyze the influence of leadership characteristics on the performance of head of state primary school in Purwakarta district. Research design using correlation research. Subject and location of research is the principal of state primary school in Purwakarta district. The research instrument uses questionnaire containing the statement of the variables studied, after that in weighted with likert scale. The result of data processing and data analysis shows that the R Spearmans rho Correlation value of the principal leadership variable variable (X) on the principals performance variable (Y) is 0.644, which means there is a strong relationship between the characteristics of headmasters leadership on the performance of the principal at the school The country base in Purwakarta district. Based on the results of data processing, the contribution of principal leadership characteristics to the performance of principals is strong and influential by 41.4% and the remaining 58.6% influenced by factors not examined in this study.

Topic: Administration and Management in Primary School

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The Ideal of :Learning Leadership in Primary School
Asep Suryana, Jeannie Sesilia Fortunatta, Rasto

Indonesia University of Education (UPI)


ABSTRACT: The study aims to identify the manifestation of learning leadership characteristics in primary school. It also explores the concept of the leadership as a part of learning process throughout human life and investigate on how learning plays role in leadership. In order to meet the purpose of the research, the qualitative approached was employed, as it is in line with this particular study which is descriptive in nature. The data was gathered through the utilization of the semi-structural interview with two different respondents within two different primary school. In accordance with many of the previous theories regarding the learning leadership, it is found that the application of learning leadership aids the leader of both schools to be a better leader. Further learning leadership also contribute in self-development of not only the leader but also the staffs and teacher of chosen primary schools. The improvement and the successful of the program indirectly derived from the manifestation of the characteristics of learning leadership namely faith in oneself, the aspiration towards excellence, the tenacity to challenge themselves, the engagement of support from others, and the continuous deliberate practice. Through the act of learning, the leader will evolve toward the betterment and so will the school as an organization and institution.

Topic: Administration and Management in Primary School

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12.

THE EFFECT OF EXERCISE METHOD ON THE LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT OF PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
Iswan

Muhammadiyah University of Jakarta


Integrating the learning method with the learning materials by applying the main components of learning strategy through the effort to attract students’ performance while and after learning process greatly supporting the problem-solving skill. Learning is the process of thought by drawing general conclusions from individual/specific cases, and in contrast, it can also be generated from individual cases to general conclusion. In short, "the quality of learning is a systematic way of thinking and involves data or clarification of concepts". Learning quality determines the way of thinking which attempts to shows the relationship between two or more things, based on certain traits or laws that have been recognized with certain steps that end with a conclusion in the form of achievement. In measuring the students’ achievement in moderate category with the correlation value 0.411, it was found a positive contribution of the implementation of exercise methods toward students’ achievement for 16,89 %. In other words, the students’ learning achievement was influenced by other factors for 83,11 % which were not measured in this research. There was a significant correlation between the implementation of exercise method toward the students’ learning achievement with a significance value of 2,16%

Topic: Administration and Management in Primary School

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=208


13.

The Impact Analysis of Madrasah Principals Performance on Madrasah Aliyah Productivity in West Bandung Regency
Eliza Metiasari Putri ; Asep Suryana ; Nugraha Soeharto

Educational Administration Program
School of Postgraduate
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


The background of this research focuses on the influence of the performance of madrasah principals towards the Madrasah Aliyah productivity in West Bandung regency. The purpose of the study is illustrated as: 1) The Madrasah Aliyah principals performance in West Bandung regency 2) The impact of the Madrasah principals performance toward the Madrasah Aliyah productivity in West Bandung regency. The method of research is using descriptive method with questionnaire collecting technique toward 187 certified teachers spread in Madrasah accredited A and B score. The description of research result shows that Madrasah principals’ performance is in good category or quite high and it has a positive impact on madrasah productivity.

Topic: Administration and Management in Secondary School

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The Implementation of Computer-Based National Examination (UNBK) Management for Package C Program at Community Learning Center (PKBM)
Ratih Yuniarti

Educational Administration, School of Postgraduate, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI)
Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi No. 229 Bandung, West Java, Indonesia 40154


This study aims to describe how the managers of Community Learning Center (PKBM) Bina Mandiri Cipageran, Cimahi City, implements the four functions of management in the face of Computer-Based National Examination (UNBK) for Package C (High School Equivalency) Program. The type of research used was descriptive qualitative, a method of examining the status of a group of humans or an object, with the aim of describing, portraying, or delineating the facts or phenomena being investigated systematically, factually, and accurately. Data were obtained through interviews, observation, and documentation. The results showed that the managers of PKBM Bina Mandiri Cipageran have performed their management functions related to Computer-Based National Examination (UNBK) for Package C Program, starting from planning, organizing, implementing, to controlling. But in the process of implementing the management functions, there are some weaknesses, especially those derived from human resources, physical resources, and financial resources. The main cause of the weaknesses in the resources is the implementation of UNBK Program Package C which is considered too abrupt for the managers of PKBM Bina Mandiri Cipageran, as they have not carefully prepared the required human, physical, and financial resources. Some solutions applied by PKBM managers to help minimize the weaknesses are the management of physical resources in the forms of computers that are used in rotation for the community learners taking the package C program during examination simulations, the use of internal budget which comes from the sale of skill products of the community learners, and the coordination and cooperation with the authorities.

Topic: Administration and Management in Secondary School

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=66


15.

Management in Information and Comunication Technology- Based School
Dian Hidayati, Aan Komariah, Aceng Muhtaram Nirfani

Educational Administration, Graduate School of Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Bandung


This study seeks to analyze the implementation of management in information technology-based schools, which involves their technical policies, the process of management in information technology-based schools. The aim of this study is to describe: the technical policy support of school management, the implementation of management information system based school. The design of this study is case study with descriptive method; and it employs qualitative approach. The data collection techniques are interview, observation, and document analysis. The findings indicate that: the technical policy support of Management information system is formulated in the vision, mission, and goals of the schools; the implementation of management information system based school is conducted through the development of the human resources’ competences; the process of knowledge management which follows the goals of the national education in terms of the utilization of information technology to support school based management is not available; the school based management process in both schools are mostly still conducted offline.

Topic: Administration and Management in Secondary School

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REPACKAGING TEACHERS’ WELFARE SERVICES TO ENHANCING STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS, NIGERIA.
Saleman Mashood Warrah

Faculty of Management and Economics,
University Pendidikan Sultan Idris.


Teachers’ welfare services are very essential to the continuing growth of educational system around the world and they rank alongside professional knowledge and skills, centre competencies, educational resources as well as strategies, in genuinely determining educational success and performance. Teachers have regarded as an inevitable mechanism in the nurturing of the learners, sustenance and the maintenance of education. In order to improve teachers’ welfare in the provision of quality students’, teachers are required to have better services that would make them to increase their service render to mankind. In the context of this present study, plethora teachers services were raised and mechanism on how to provide them by the government. The aim of this study was to review some of the services needed by teacher in our system.

Topic: Administration and Management in Secondary School

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ANALYSIS OF FACTORS AFFECTING TEACHER COMPETENCE IN NORTHWEST MOUNTAINS OF VIETNAM
Sai Cong Hong, Tang Thi Thuy, Le Thai Hung, Le Thi Hoang Ha

Department of Measurement and Evaluation
University of Eudcation, Vietnam National University, Hanoi


The study investigated the impact of different factors on teaching competencies at secondary education. The study was conducted with a survey of 1256 junior and senior high school teachers in Northwest mountains of Vietnam. The data obtained was tabulated, analyzed and interpreted by using statistical techniques as mean, standard deviation average rating, T-test and analysis of variance (ANOVA) to reveal the most variable that affecting teacher competence in Northwest mountains that there are seven factors that most affect the competence of teachers. These factors identified as an internal factors (gender, age, major, experience, race,...), and external factors, namely the distances to school, and school facilities, culture.

Topic: Administration and Management in Secondary School

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=221


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The implementation of the 2013 curriculum focuses on strategies to improve the teaching performance of special public school teachers in Cimahi City
Windi

University Education of Indonesia


The research is titled: "The implementation of the 2013 curriculum focuses on strategies to improve the teaching performance of special public school teachers in Cimahi City." This research departs from the assumption that there should be a specific strategy to improve teacher performance. Based on that, the problem that will be violated is how the general description of the management of the implementation of the 2013 curriculum in the general schools of Cimahi City, how the performance of special public school teachers Cimahi City, and what strategies have been done. In improving the performance of special school teachers Cimahi. The method used is descriptive qualitative research to know factual description and phenomenon that systematic, factual and accurate with data collecting technique used is participant observation technique, interview, and documentation visual and audio visual.

Topic: Administration and Management in Special Education

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19.

Reasons for Home Schooling in Indonesia
Tri Istiwahyuningsih

Education Administration Department, School of Postgraduate Studies, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


This article examines motivations for home schooling in Indonesia and compares them with the different researches in the United States where various aspects of home schooling have been explored extensively. Evidence includes a qualitative interview with Center for the Development of Early Childhood Education and Community Education (PP PAUD dan Dikmas) officer in Lembang, West Java and document analysis found in published books and online news and articles. Previous studies identified two distinct groups of home schoolers: ideologues and pedagogues. The findings suggest that most families in this study expressed motivation distinctions between the ideologue-pedagogue dichotomy for starting home schooling. However, contrary to findings from previous research, a finding shows a mixture of both ideological and pedagogical reasons for practising home schooling.

Topic: Administration and Management in Special Education

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A MODEL OF COMPETENCE-BASED MANAGEMENT OF A STUDY PROGRAM
Oong Komar

Department of Non-Formal Education,
Faculty of Education Sciences, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


The research titled “A Study of the Correlation between Academic Performance and Competence/Job Performance of the Non-Formal Education Study Program” is prompted by the fact that managing and organizing a study program is crucial to maintain the institutional or organizational stability of the study program. The ability to influence other (management skill) is linked to leadership, namely the ability of an individual to make others respect him/her and do what she wants as a leader. The manager of a study program serves the role of managing and directing other people (his or her employees) to complete a job in order to meet the goal of the study program, namely becoming a competence-based study program. Competence (as expertise, skill, ability) refers to an individual’s attributes or characteristics that make him or her successful in his or her job. A study program motivates and solves the problems of its whole employees to improve their performance and working processes. The indicators of competence attainment of a leader include work experience, achievement motive, achievements, leadership in the activities of the organization that she leads, and relationship building based on the social activities she is involved in. Competence is absolute need because the challenges in the future are increasingly complex, ultimately due to the increasingly intense competition that requires highly complex and risky provision of services/products. Competition is no longer at the local level only, but also regional and international levels, thereby necessitating efforts of improving the quality in encountering employment competition. The present research aims to analyse the relationship between qualifications of a study program through the formulation of competence/job performance and the difficulties encountered by graduate users in describing the jobs appropriate for graduates of Non Formal Education Study Program. The research will provide solutions to the future challenges concerning the increasingly intense competition in complex and risky provision of services/products, which absolutely requires improvement in the quality of the competence to face competition in employment, not only at the local, but also regional and international levels. It adopted a survey approach using the techniques of interviews and questionnaire distributed to a sample of research objects, namely an nonformal education study program and its graduates. The research resulted in a model of the relationship between qualifications of nonformal education study program and the competence of its graduates as a recommendation a model of competence-based management of study program for the improvement of the quality of nonformal education services in the coming years.

Topic: Administration and Management in Special Education

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MANAGEMENT OF SCHOOL OF NATURE BASED ON RELIGIOUS CULTURE (CASE STUDY AT SMK PARIWISATA BUBOHU, REGENCY OF GORONTALO INDONESIA)
abd. kadim Masaong, Humaira Tipuwo

Gorontalo state university



School of nature is an alternative model of School Based Management (SBM) which is implemented autonomously. Through the learning process, natural school utilizes nature as space, media and learning objects. Natural school learning method uses experience-based learning approach (learning experience). Through this method, participants are invited to perform various activities, both at school and outside school. With the various activities, the learning takes place actively, innovative, creatively, effectively and fun.
This research aims to (1) describe the management of the nature-based learning in SMK Pariwisata Bubohu, in regency of Gorontalo; (2) describe the integration of religious culture values on learning in SMK Pariwisata Bubohu; (3) describe the educational value contained in the process of learning based on religious culture in SMK Bubohu Tourism; and (4) Describes the preservation of wood fossil museum as a learning resource at SMK Tourism Bubohu, regency of Gorontalo. This research uses a qualitative approach with case study design. Data collection techniques were used were: interviews, observation and documentation. The selection of informants in this study used snowball sampling technique. The data analysis used: data reduction, data presentation, and conclusions. The results of the research showed: (1) the management of learning applied in SMK Pariwisata Bubohu was a nature-based scientific learning approach that utilized nature as space, media and learning object with the aim was to teach students to love and preserve the nature, build the psychology of students, foster the morality and entrepreneurship spirit of the students, and present an active, innovative, creative, effective and fun learning environment; (2) The integration of religious cultural values in learning is done during the initial activities and at the final activities of learning which the integration is seen in the activities of students outside the classroom; (3) The educative values embodied in natural-based learning included values: religious, creative, patriotic, love reading and taking care of the environment; (4) Wood fossil museum was used as a learning resource for students, college students, and society, and also as a research objects.


Topic: Administration and Management in Vocational School

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22.

Managing Change: Total Cooperative Reform Policy and Vocational Education
Daniar Ahmad Nurdianto

Cooperative and small enterprise departement of West Java province


The Government issued Total Cooperative Reform policy through dissolution of inactive Cooperatives and improve the quality of active cooperatives. This policy would impact of increasing the competence of human resources for active cooperatives through Competence-based education and training. This makes changes in institution structure, human resources, study facilites, learning methodologies of Cooperative education at training center. This study aims to reveal the factors that support changes at Cooperative Education and Training Center of West Java Province as a public institution. The study adopted qualitative research through FGD and study literature. The outcome if this study include change support factors. On the top of that it discovered that entrepreneur leadership, and readiness of facilities, learning motivation of instructors were the main capitals in change

Topic: Administration and Management in Vocational School

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The model of Field Industrial Practice (PRAKERIN) Management in Vocational High School Bandung City
Y.S.Mulyati

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


The need for graduate skills of Vocational High School continues to grow in accordance with the needs of the Business and Industrial world, so to maintain the quality of the implementation of vocational high school education should be continuously develop themselves. While the relevance of Vocational High School must keep graduates in accordance with the needs of the business world and industry. Field Industrial Practice (Prakerin) in vocational school becomes one of the vehicle to see the suitability of Vocational High School curriculum with work requirement this need to be accommodated with good management. This study examines "How Industrial Management Practice Model (Prakerin) in Vocational High School Kota Bandung". This research uses qualitative approach. Place of this research is Public Vocational High School and Private which exist in Bandung City. Based on the research results found 1) Prakerin Management Model in Vocational High School Bandung is good enough with the implementation of various prakerin programs that satisfy the stake holder of education. 2) In general the relevance of Vocational High School programs in Bandung with the needs of the world of work has been very good. 3) in prakerin planning has involved various parties such as schools, school committees and employers. 4) Implementation of prakerin management in Vocational High School Kota Bandung in achieving students skill competencies are placed in accordance with the competence of expertise possessed by the students and also guided by mentors from teachers and also instructors from the business world. 5) Implementation of prakerin provides benefits for students, schools and businesses. 6) the management model in the evaluation of the prakerin program in the form of reports to be presented, the evaluating is the mentor teacher, the instructor from the business world and the school committee. Based on the results of the research, the suggestion proposed by the first researcher of the education office should facilitate the Vocational High School in implementing the prakerin management model, through the provision of data of companies and entrepreneurs that have the potential to be used as a prakerin implementation. Both Vocational High School in cooperation with the business world should be initiated by cooperating first. All three businesses must have an obligation to Vocational High School to help improve the quality of prakerin.

Topic: Administration and Management in Vocational School

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=67


24.

QUALITY PLANNING IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL CURRICULUM
Endang Herawan

Indonesia University of Education


One of the main objectives of Vocational High School is preparing graduates to enter directly into the workforce. To be able to develop skilled graduates to meet workforce demand, then in planning educational programs needs to be adjusted with abilities and skills needed by workforce.

The focus of research is analyzing quality planning in the development of educational programs in Vocational High School. The research aims to analyze and obtain a big picture of following things :
1. Activities undertaken by the school to plan curriculum development to meet business world demand.
2. Validation and synchronization activities to guarantee educational program can meet workforce demand.

This research uses qualitative approach, descriptive method of analysis through case study at Pasundan and 3 Vocational High School. Data are collected using several approaches such as interview, observation, and documentation. Data are analyzed through data collection stage, data reduction, data presentation and conclusion or verification.

The results of this research is planning high quality educational programs needs to take following activities: policy formulation of quantity, identify problems that are related to the quality of graduates, identify the strengths and weaknesses of the applicable education program, identify soft and hard skills needed for the business world, analyze the work standards set by professional associations and the government, formulate an implementatif curriculum and competency standards of graduates.

Meanwhile, to ensure that the curriculum are created as needed, it needs to apply validation and synchronization for curriculum, which is done through a curriculum meeting conducted by involving the business world and industry, as graduate users, are conducted regularly at the end of the academic year.

The recommendation is in planning high quality educational programs for productive fields should involve alumni that are currently become employee or self employeer or own their own businesses and universities that have the scholarship in a relevant fields with the skills program in Vocational High School

Topic: Administration and Management in Vocational School

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=70


25.

The Influence of the Principals Leadership and Industrial Cooperation on The Quality of Vocational Education in Bandung.
Retno Sulistiawati, S.Pd and Dr. Dedy Achmad Kurniady, M.Pd.

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


In the midst of intense competition in entering the workforce, prospective workers are required to have a strong mental, knowledge and skills are adequate and in accordance with the demands of the world of work. To improve the quality of education through school productivity depends on the leadership applied in schools. In addition to Principal leadership factors, there are other factors that can improve the quality of graduate students is the implementation of teaching factory. In general, the purpose of this study is to obtain a clear profile about the influence of the Principals leadership and industrial cooperation on the quality of vocational education in Bandung.
The method used in this research is descriptive and verifikatif with quantitative approach. Population used in this research is SMK Negeri in Bandung which amounted to 15.
The results showed that the leadership of SMK Principal in Bandung is quite good, SMK industry cooperation in Bandung has been running well, the level of education quality of SMK in Bandung good, and there is influence of Headmaster Principal and industrial cooperation to the quality of vocational education in Bandung .

Topic: Administration and Management in Vocational School

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=104


26.

DETERMINANT FACTORS OF ACADEMIC SERVICE QUALITY IN VOCATIONAL SCHOOL (A Case Study in Two Public Vocational Schools of Palangkaraya City)
Asti putri kartiwi

universitas muhammadiyah sukabumi


Vocational School has never been the first choice for the community to send their children after graduating from junior high school. The academic service quality is one of the decisive factors in improving the schools’ credibility. It is densely related to the students’ satisfaction as the consumers of education. Therefore, it is necessary to conduct research to verify the determinant factors in improving the academic services quality. This research was conducted in two vocational schools in the Palangkaraya city aimed to compare the determinant factors of academic service quality. The method used was descriptive survey with a sample of 171 students. As the results of the research, it was revealed that the first vocational school had high determinant factor in the physical facility and emphaty as the lowest. While at the other school, the highest determinant factor was responsiveness and the lowest was empathy. Recommendations to both parties of the school were to improve the personnels’ motivation in providing good academic services quality and apply a more professional quality management to gain students and parents’ trust as consumers.

Topic: Administration and Management in Vocational School

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=111


27.

Work Productivity of Public Vocational High School Teachers In Bandung
Mohammad Ajid Abdul Majid

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


This study aims to describe the contribution of instructional leadership of principal (X1) and quality of work life (X2) to teacher work productivity (Y) of public vocational school in Bandung. This research uses descriptive method with quantitative approach. The data collection is done through a closed questionnaire to 288 teachers at 16 Vocational High School in Bandung. The result of research shows that there is a positive and significant contribution from instructional leadership of principal and quality of work life to Work Productivity of Vocational High School Teachers in Bandung with strong enough correlation level with value 0.466 and contribution percentage of 21.7%, while percentage 78.3% Is another factor that is not researched by researchers.

Topic: Administration and Management in Vocational School

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=134


28.

Needs Analysis on Vocational School of Mechanical Maintenance Techniques of Industry Based on Manpower Planning Approach In Cilegon City Year 2016 - 2020 (Case study on Sub Sector of Petrochemical Industry)
Eva Lathifah

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi No. 229 Bandung 40154 Jawa Barat - Indonesia
evalathifah[at]hotmail.com


This research based on the development of Cilegon City as one of the central growth of national petrochemical industry. This growth requires the availability both quantity and quality of expert labor in the field of petrochemical industry, one of them is middle grade maintenance technician which is supplied by Vocational School of Mechanical Maintenance Techniques of Industry. This study aims to forecast the needs of middle grade maintenance technicians in the sub-sector of petrochemical industry for target year 2020, followed by the analysis of the comparison both quantity and quality between the actual needs and the real existing condition of Vocational School. This research uses mix method with manpower basic projection to predict demand of technician quantitatively while interview, observation and documentation studies used qualitatively. The results show that the need of 1.296 technicians by 2020 can not be fulfilled from 5 available Vocational Schools and the curriculum used is still not relevant to the qualification of industry. This means that the government need to increase the amount of graduates and provide spesific guidance related to the relevancy of curriculum through regulatory supervision function to have this gap solved both in quantity and quality.

Topic: Administration and Management in Vocational School

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=170


29.

VOCATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION AS A SOLUTION TO PROVIDE MORE SKILLED AUDITOR IN THE ACCOUNTING FIRM : FACTORS FOR ACHIEVEMENTS LEARNING OUTCOME IN THE SUBJECTS OF AUDITING
Marsdenia

Universitas Indonesia


This study examines the factors influence motivations of vocational higher education students in the subject of Auditing. The reason of chosen Auditing in this research due to its learning outcome is making students have an ability to implemented audit procedures in the auditee under supervisions.This is a quantitative research method by questionnaires approach to active students of vocational program of Universitas of Indonesia accounting department in the class of Auditing. This research also did indepth interviewed to some students as a key respondent to achieved comprehensive and valid analysis, discussions and conclusions. Research findings indicated that based on the test there are several variables influences students motivation in the class of auditing :first impression and opinion regarding the subjects, ability to do the case study successfully and other tasks relevance to the subjects and attitude and the ability to do various activities related to the subject. Contribution of the research by given new insight related to the specific subjects to achieved Skilled needed of Vocational Higher educations students in working at the accounting firms as an auditor. There are some limitations of this study those would be a opportunity for future research, such as, extended subjects not only auditings related to achieved skilled auditor there are, tax, information accounting system etc.

Topic: Administration and Management in Vocational School

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=172


30.

Reducing Unemployment of The Vocational School Graduates: Establishing Cooperation with The World of Business and Industry Along Adjusting The Major and The Target of The Jobs in Indonesia
Widia Murni Wijaya & Desti Patonah

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


The main purpose of this research was to find out how to reduce unemployment of vocational school graduates in Indonesia by establishing cooperation with the world of business and industry and also adjusting the major and the job targets. The result of the observation indicated that there is a problem about the graduates of vocational school that unemployed due to incompatibility between school and the target of the jobs in the world of business and industry around the school area so that the cause of graduates are unemployed or the graduate have to find the jobs in other area that corresponding to their major.
The case study was conducted at Vocational School No. 2 Palembang, the selection of this school because this school is a model school for other vocational school in Palembang city and the graduates of this school mostly accepted in industry and other graduates opened their own business or went to college.
The findings of this research in terms of reducing unemployment of vocational school graduate is apply the model of the establish cooperation with the world of business and industry so there is a match between the major in school and the target of the jobs in the world of business and industry.

Topic: Administration and Management in Vocational School

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=186


31.

Softskills Toward Job Readiness
Subkhan Rojuli

Center for Research and Development of Educators and Education Personnel Education Citizenship and Social Sciences


It is a kind of quantitative research. The research design is Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). It has purpose to give information about the correlation among soft skills of communication skill aspect and problem-solving skill with job readiness as latent variable by analyzing factors of manifest variables. The method used in this research is survey. The population of this research is all the students of accountancy department of grade XII of State Vocational High School in Tangerang regency with stratified random sampling. Questioner data collected by giving a set of questions or written statement to the respondents to be answered. Research result analysis shows that soft skills of communication skill aspect and problem-solving skill give influence toward job readiness. Communication skill has a direct influence toward problem-solving skill and job readiness, while problem-solving skill also gives influence toward job readiness.

Topic: Administration and Management in Vocational School

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=225


32.

Phenomenological Case Study on Basic Education Financing Based on Students Learning Needs in Indonesia
Dedy Achmad Kurniady; Rita Anggorowati

Educational Administration
School of Postgraduate
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Quality education is determined by the presence of skilled and reliable human resources in carrying out its du-ties and functions as the executor of activities in the educational process and adequate funding support. Based on the description, the focus of the problem to be disclosed is with regard to how the financing design can support the development of the quality management system. Using the case study method of phenomenology, the result shows that an educational organization should always undertake development strategies tailored to the demands and needs of the environment in order to survive and compete with other educational organiza-tions. To achieve this, it is necessary to provide adequate financing support in order to achieve what has been established or planned. Therefore, it is necessary to clarify what programs and activities classified as the focus of financing in conducting education, to achieve the target or quality of the pre-determined.

Topic: Economic and Finance in Education

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=18


33.

IDENTIFY THE FINANCIAL LITERACY ON STUDENTS USING EXPLORATORY FACTOR ANALYSIS: AN EVIDENCE FROM FACULTY OF TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION
1. Eka Widyayu Wardani, 2. Susilaningsih, 3. Khresna Bayu Sangka

1. Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Sebelas Maret University,
email: widyayu.whitesky[at]gmail.com
2. Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Sebelas Maret University,
email: susi_uns[at]yahoo.com
3. Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Sebelas Maret University,
email: b.sangka[at]staff.uns.ac.id


The aim of this research is to find out the intial factors which affecting studentss financial literacy at Faculty of Teacher Training and Education Sebelas Maret University.
This research employed the explaratory factor analysis to identify all suspected factors in which related to the financial literacy. Accomodating 108 students who already have obtained the related subject in finance as sample, This study found that there are four factors that affecting financial literacy the students namely (1) experience and education, (2) socioeconomic factors of parents, (3) individual/personal factors, and (4) demographic factors.
The study imply that the financial literacy of the students are critical to applied on a complete curriculum to avoid the financial literacy. Furthermore, it is also important to create and develop an approach on how to reduce the financial literacy on non-economic or accounting department.

Topic: Economic and Finance in Education

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=88


34.

Implementing Strategic Management by Public Higher Education for Empowering and Imaging the Institution in Global Context.
Abubakar

UPI


Indonesia Higher Education has opportunities and challenge to achieve excellence in national and global. The problems as the research focus include four category: human resources quality, management quality, student activities quality and research and publication. These problems must be solved and plan to be raised through standard and excellence achievment. Bu using the qualitative research metodology, focus group discussion during benchmarking in Heidelberg University in Germany the researcher gains data and information about to implement strategic management in university by Internationalisation strategy: (1) internationalising research, (2) Internationalising teachingand reserach staff, (3) Increasing the number of student, (4) develoving program and curricula, (5) internationally oriented Masters and PhD Programmes, (6) University partnership, exchanges and funding program, (7) Internationalising the administration, (8) Marketing the university at international level, and (9) support and evaluation. Meanwhile in Indonesian higher education is still low for those aspect comprehensively. Government must give the chance for them by providing enough funding and developing academic freedom significantly to campus to develope their selves.

Topic: Economic and Finance in Education

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=95


35.

AGRIBUSINESS – BASED CONTRIBUTION AS THE PESANTREN FINANCIAL RESOURCE
Badrudin

UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung


Pesantren – as religious educational institutions, in general have weaknesses in financing. As an origin indigenous Islamic education institution, pesantren is able to accurately manage its institutional funding. A general trend happened shown that pesantren are not economically self-sufficient and unable to optimize exploitation of cost sources independently; which caused pesantren experiencing a condition of reliance on source of cost from external parties. The phenomenon which happened in Pesantren Al-Ittifak Ciwidey of Bandung Regency shown that pesantren can optimize the obtaining process of pesantren funding sources by exploring the potential of agribusiness (agriculture, vegetables, and livestock). Pesantren could finance the educational program independently and maintain its existence up to now to achieve the national recognition from the Government. This research was expected to contribute significantly in becoming the solution of agribusiness-based contribution as the pesantren financial resource. This research was aimed to explore and describe the agribusiness – based contribution as the Pesantren financial resource on Al-Ittifak Ciwidey Bandung. This research used qualitative approach with case study method. The types of research include interdisciplinary research both on pesantren financing and agribusiness research. Sources of data were extracted from a number of respondents; kyai (the leader of pesantren), ustad (male teacher) and ustadzah (female teacher), students, employees (agriculture and livestock), and a number of community leaders. The results of the study concluded that Pesantren Al-Ittifak Ciwidey is able to explore and optimize the source of pesantren financial through the agribusiness – based contribution as the Pesantren financial resource.

Topic: Economic and Finance in Education

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=107


36.

“Cost Production Efficiency and Marketing Strategy with Entrepreneurship in Improving the Decision of Buying a Non Organic Waste Product into Business Centre of SMK ALBANA Cilebut Bogor”
Sri Setiawati & Isnaini Hijriyah Kurniasari

Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi Manajemen Bisnis Indonesia ( STIE MBI ) Jakarta


ABSTRACT

This research is written by Sri Setiawati and Isnaini Hijriyah Kurniasari, January 2017, under the title “Cost Production Efficiency and Marketing Strategy with Entrepreneurship in Improving the Decision of Buying a Non Organic Waste Product into Business Centre of SMK ALBANA Cilebut Bogor”

This research is aimed to know how high is the role of School society and Local Communities in the empowerment of public Economy and also the entrepreneur education specifically, in order to support, maintain and develop business of the non-organic waste product in SMK ALBANA Cilebut Bogor, further will be reviewed the strategy, concept and cooperate type which is beneficial for both creditor and debtors facilitated by Pemerintah Kabupaten Bogor to guarantee the certainty and continuity of both business which in the end will increase the Real Local Income through Tax and Retribution.

The method used in this research to analyze is linear regression, correlation coefficient and determination coefficient. The result will be used as the source of the strategy making, concept and cooperate model which beneficial one another (Creditor, debtor, and Pemkab) fit to the community typology and the business climate in SMK ALBANA Cilebut Bogor and Local Communities.

The member SMK ALBANA Cilebut and Local Communities of Cilebut Bogor are the sample of this research with total of 140 respondent which is chosen randomly using Slovin formula. The Hypotheses is done with F-test and t-test at the real level or significance of 0,05.

The result study found that the school member and local communities of Cilebut Bogor having a high entrepreneurship which is shown from the develop of non-organic waste, especially plastic and patchwork waste become a worth selling product in the society so that attract the Dinas Koperasi & UKM Pemerintah Kabupaten Bogor to develop the processed product.


Topic: Economic and Finance in Education

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=126


37.

Analyzing Bank and Other Financial Institution Subject at Undergraduate Program
MAHIR PRADANA

Telkom University


The banking industry has undergone major changes in recent years. The industry is becoming more competitive due to the deregulation of the rules. Currently, the bank has flexibility in the services they offer, the location where they operate, and the rates they pay to depositors.
In general, bank is an entity that has the authority and functions to raise funds to be distributed to people who need funding. Hence, the knowledge of banks and financial institutions are important for being taught in graduate programs so that the young generation can have clear view of the banking systems in our country.
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: Economic and Finance in Education

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=168


38.

Does Money Means Quality: An Educational Financing Experience In Indonesia
Nurkolis

Program Studi Manajemen Pendidikan, Universitas PGRI Semarang
Jl. Sidodadi Timur No. 24 Semarang, Jawa Tengah, Indonesia
nurkolis[at]upgris.ac.id


The purpose of this article to find out how: local governments allocate education budgets, relationship between education budget and quality of education, and relationship between quality of education and teacher quality. The quality of education referred to the results of national examination. Teacher quality based on teacher competence test. Education budget based on the allocation of regional income and expenditure allocation. Place of study is Central Java Province in 2016. The research method is descriptive qualitative. Data obtained from district/city document within 35 districts/municipalities in Central Java Province in 2007-2015, document of national examination of junior high school in 2015, and document of teacher competence test in 2015. Result of research indicate that: first, during 9 years the average education budgets range from 37% -50%. Secondly, there are four patterns of relationship between the budget and quality. Third, there are two patterns of relationship between the quality and teacher.

Topic: Economic and Finance in Education

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=180


39.

Dividen Payout Behavior: Evidence from Indonesian Company
Wiwin Aminah; Disman; Nugraha; Riko Hendrawan

Telkom University


Dividend payouts are motivated by various motives for each company, even the results of previous research indicate the factors that determine the dividend payout is growing. This shows the behavior of decision makers in dividend payouts to be determined by various situations facing the company. However, theoretically the dividend payout policy can be based on investment opportunity, capital structure, and profitability. The result of panel data regression analysis with observation year 2008 - 2015 informed that investment decision, capital structure, and profitability are factors determining dividend payment policy by companies listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange with fixed effect regression model. This shows that during the period of 2008 - 2015, the company in determining dividend payout policy consistently based on these factors.

Topic: Economic and Finance in Education

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=199


40.

Inconsistency between importance and implementation of instructional improvement
Umiati Jawas, Ph. D

Faculty of Languages and Literature, Universitas Kanjuruhan Malang, Indonesia


Empirical findings have shown that schools where the principals were reported to be more focused on instructional practices outperformed students in schools where such leadership focus was absent. This study examines the perception and practices of principals to improve instruction in their school. Using a cross sectional questionnaire survey, the principal respondents were asked to rate the importance of five practices of improving instruction: providing regular teaching feedback, increasing teachers’ qualifications, facilitating professional development programs for teachers, improving curriculum, and increasing instructional standards. The respondents were also asked to report their current frequency of implementing those practices. The output of Spearman’s rho correlation test suggested a very weak relationship between the perceived importance and current frequency of the practices. It means that the degree of importance given to these practices is not consistent with their current frequency of implementation. This inconsistency may explain Indonesia’s unsatisfactory educational performance as measured in several international indexes.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=3


41.

POLICY ANALYSIS OF SCHOOL PRINCIPAL PROCUREMENT IN SUKABUMI DISTRICT (An Analytical Study of the School Principal Procurement Implementation in Sukabumi District Education Office)
Dikdik Supriyadi; Tjutju Yuniarsih; Aan Komariah; Diding Nurdin

Educational Administration Program
School of Postgraduate
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


This research of principal procurement policy focuses on organizing Principal Leadership Preparation Program (in Bahasa Indonesia is abbreviated as PPCKS) activities with participants coming from public elementary school teachers and state junior high school teachers in the work area of Sukabumi District Education Office. The objectives of the study are: 1) to describe the issue of education policy in the principal procurement, including the role of policy actors and the policies it implements; 2) analyze the implementation of the principals policies covering recruitment, selection, education and training, and appointment of school principals; And 3) to reveal the model or strategy of the principal in preparing the principal candidate by exploring the role, basic task and function of the principal and supervisor’s strategy in preparing candidates for effective principals. The research method is qualitative using case study approach with purposeful sampling. The implementation strategy of data collection through validity test, followed by triangulation of data in the form of interview, documentation study and observation. Data analysis used is data reduction, data presentation and data verification. The results of this study illustrate that: 1) the issue of education policy in theschool principal procurement sometimes raises the dualism of interests normatively and politically; 2) the implementation of school principal procurement policy through PPCKS shown that it seems the committee from Educational Office element only role in the recruitment only, beyond that all controlled by LPPKS and Educational Office only did the monitoring; 3) most principals do not have PPCKS follow-up programs. Each principal should have a program and strategy in preparing candidates for the principal to be able to produce an effective principal.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=10


42.

IMPLEMENTATION OF LEADERSHIP CHARACTER VALUES TO REALIZING GOOD GOVERNANCE IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE IN THE GOVERMENT OF KOTA BEKASI IN GENERAL AND CHARACTER EDUCATION PERSPECTIVE
Dra. Fadhilah, M. Phil. and Dr. Encep Syarief Nurdin, M.Pd. M.Si.

Program Studi Pendidikan Umum Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Leadership is an important aspect in realizing the principles of Good Governance in the public service. The multiplicity of phenomena of the practice of "money polytic" in the system of leadership and public services into the background of this research did, based on the perspective of the General and Caracter Education. Thus the Foundation of the theory of subject matter that is used in this study are comprehensive, i.e. derived from the theory of leadership, principles of Good Governance, the rule of Ethics, organizational behavior theory, the concept of and general and character education. This is a novelty (stat of the art) in the theory of leadership in the public service. By using the method of Phenomenology – hermeneutik research aims to dig the supporting factors and obstacles to implementation of good governance aspects of leadership, so that values can be developed the character of leadership that can support the realization of good governance in the public service in Government of Kota Bekasi. The contribution of this research is the development of the character leadership values to bring about good governance in the public service based on the ethical principles of Government in Geneneral and Character Education perspective.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=15


43.

PROFESSIONALIZATION OF EDUCATIONAL LEADERS IN INDONESIA: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS
Udin Syaefudin Saud

THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
UNIVERSITAS PENDIDIKAN INDONESIA


In the era of globalization and competitive age, the existence of professional educational leaders become one of strategic positions to produce high quality of managing educational institutions at all levels. Many researchers conclude that the high quality of professional educational leaders could make educational institutions more productive in fulfilling society needs. In addition, these professional educational leaders could apply various innovative strategies to solve problems faced by the educational institutions. Therefore, the professionalization of educational leaders in Indonesia should become the strategic policy to support efforts of improving the quality of education at school level as well as national level. This short paper discusses the concept of professional educational leader and its basic indicators, strategies of professionalizing educational leader, and the problems as well as prospects of professionalizing educational leaders in Indonesia.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=19


44.

Penta Helix in vocational Education: Policy process of a hundred thousand new entrepreneurs mintage program
Daniar Ahmad Nurdianto

Cooperative and small enterprise department of West Java Provinve


The mintage of a hundred thousand of West Java new entrepreneurs,is the program of elected West Java Governor which implemented during the last five years of 2013-2018 period. Implementation of this program is done by several procedures such, training, internship and assistance. Through the “Jabar Masagi” strategy, that is collaboration between Government, Academic, private sector,business association and online community The study adopted qualitative method, case study in vocational education from a policy process perspective. The research explored the characteristics of policy formation and implementation which led to the creation, maintenance of the mintage of a hundred thousand new entrepreneurs program. This was a descriptive analysis of what happened, not a prespective study. The research discovered disposition and leadership of agency body were important of a top down policy.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=31


45.

The Effectiveness of Spiritual Leadership in Public Elementary Schools
Dr. Diding Nurdin, M.Pd

Departemen Administrasi Pendidikan FIP UPI


The purpose of this study is to explore the effectiveness of the principal of public elementary school in managing school programs to succed in accordance with the goals set with teachers. The research method used is qualitative with phenomenology approach. Data were collected through in-depth interviews, observation and doucumentation. Data analysis was conducted before and during the process in the field of research. The research findings show that successful school programs are implemented because of the spiritual effectiveness to work hard and work intelligently based on spiritual values. The implication of this research is the importance of belief and awareness of elementary school teachers to apply spiritual values in performing their functions.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=41


46.

Scheming Educational Leadership Communication Skills through NLP
Rita Anggorowati

Educational Administration Program
School of Postgraduate
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


For the past few years, communication had been seen as one of the most important skills that every one, including educational leaders, should have. Leaders spend most of their time communicating. One of the major findings of the research on communications shown that every day manager spent 70 to 90 percent of their time in communicating with their teams and others at work place. Furthermore, effective communication also acts as an advantage of a leader to lead effectively. However, what really happen in the real life situation, the communication skills have not being well-schemed, thus gap in between the required skills and practice in the field is becoming inevitable. The author suggests educational leaders to choose some techniques in Neuro-Linguistics Programming (NLP) for them to follow and practice them; which will bring a welcoming change in them. Thus, on the basis of the study of previous work done by many authors in the past decade, the author has made an attempt to find how to scheme educational leadership communication skills through NLP. What all are the key points educational leaders have to keep in mind while communicating with their teams and suggestions to improve communication in make leadership more effective.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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47.

The Revitalization of Vocational Education through Dual Expertise Program
Annis Kurniawan

School of PostGraduate Studies - (UPI) Bandung


In an effort to prepare graduates or competent human resources that can synergizes with the world of industry especially to be able to compete with foreign workers, quality vocational education are the answer for those challenges. This can only be done by revitalizing the vocational education policy. One of government policy in the revitalization of vocational education is to improve of teachers competence and to increase the amount of teachers and education personnel in Vocational High School (SMK). To support that policy, The President has issued the Presidential Instruction of the Republic of Indonesia Number 9 of 2016 on the revitalization of Vocational High School (SMK) in order to Improve the Quality and Competitiveness of Indonesian Human Resources. The instructions are implemented through the Dual Expertise Program. This is a policy to increase the number of teachers with competence according to the standard of teaching specific areas of expertise in Vocational High School (SMK) or referred as productive subject teachers in Vocational High School (SMK). This effort is expected to answer the problem of the lack of productive teachers of SMK. This article is about Dual Expertise Program ranging from planning, implementation and evaluation.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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Transformational Leadership Model of Headmaster in Improving the Quality of Madrasah
Nurhamzah*); Ujang Dedih; Teti Ratnasih

Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teacher Training in UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung,
*) email: nurhamzah[at]uinsgd.ac.id


This study aims to find transformational leadership performance of headmaster (Kepala Madrasah) in improving quality of madrasah. This research is very important in order to make a qualified madrasah. This study used a case study method. The data were gained by observation, structural interview, and literature studies. Based on the result of the research, it could be concluded that transformational leadership is a leader pattern that creates subordinate spirit to keep gathering commitment in achieving the vision and organizational goals. There are some transformational leadership indicators in this research as follows: first, have the competencies of the headmaster, such as; competence of personality, managerial, entrepreneurship, supervision, and social. Second, be able to make a design and madrasah development goals. Third, make an effective madrasah structural design. Fourth, be able to develop professional educator and the employer of madrasah. Fifth, be able to cooperate with other parties

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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49.

National Examination Policy and Computer Based Test Implementation
Tri Chusniyatul Maromy

Educational Administration Department, School of Postgraduate Studies, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


In the last three years, there are several changes in education policy, one of the changes is the National Exam (UN). Some of these changes are the UN is not the only determinant of graduation, implementation of the computer based test (UNBK), National Exam Index Integrity (IIUN), and the latest policy is the implementation of National Standard School Examination (USBN) starting in 2017. This article will study some of UN policy changes, and the development of UNBK. By using literature study it was found that UN has not become the only determinant of graduation and the results of the UN are used as the basis for mapping the quality of education, the consideration of the selection of the next level of education. Then related to the implementation of UNBK, from 2015 to 2017 the number of schools undertaken UNBK has increased significantly.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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The Ideal of Learning Leadership in Primary School
Asep Suryana, Jeaeni SF, Rasto

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


The study aims to identify the manifestation of learning leadership characteristics in school. Further, it also explores the idea of leadership as a part of learning process throughout human life. In order to meet the purpose of the research, the qualitative approached was employed, as it is in line with this particular study which is descriptive in nature. The data was gathered through the utilization of the semi-structural interview with two different respondents in two different primary school. In accordance with many of the previous theories regarding the learning leadership, it is found that the application of learning leadership aids the leader of both of the schools to be a better leader. The improvement and the successful of the program indirectly derived from the manifestation of the characteristics of learning leadership namely faith in oneself, the aspiration towards excellence, the tenacity to challenge themselves, the engagement of support from others, and the continuous deliberate practice. Through the act of learning, the leader will evolve toward the betterment and so will the organization.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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51.

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MANAGERIAL LEADERSHIP OF HEAD OF DIVISION IN IMPROVING THE COMPETENCE OF EDUCATORS AND EDUCATIONAL PERSONNEL
ACHMAD MAULUDDIN

UNIVERSITAS PENDIDIKAN INDONESIA (UPI) BANDUNG


This study aims to describe and analyze the managerial leadership of Head of Competence Improvement Facilitation Division at the Center for Development and Empowerment of Teachers and Educational Personnel of Kindergarten and Special Education (P4TK TK-PLB) Bandung. This study used qualitative approach. This study was not intended hypothesis testing, rather to explore various phenomena related to the managerial leadership of the head of division in implementing quality EEP competence improvement, with reference to the formulated questions. The results of the research are (1) the managerial leadership capability of the head of division: (a) Technical skills, (b) Human skill, (c) Conceptual Skills, (d) Leadership skills. (2) the quality of EEP competence: (a) input, (b) output, (c) quality assurance, (d) component of the EEP competence improvement system, (e) component of human resources performance. (3) The effectiveness of the managerial leadership: (a) time, (b) cost, (c) quality of organizing, and (d) venue.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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52.

The Leadership Role of Kiai in Improving the Quality of Pondok Pesantren in Ciamis City
Zaini Hafidh & Dedy Achmad Kurniady

UPI Bandung


This research is based on the role of Kiai leadership in Ar-Risalah Islamic Boarding School, where Kiai as the owner of supreme authority in pondok pesantren plays the central role of leadership. Business and independent business in various fields as the process of achieving independence islamic pondok pesantren will not be separated from the role of Kiai leadership as a central figureof the pesantren Has a charisma and a vision far ahead of the limit of traditional characteristics of boarding school leadership. The purpose of this research is to know: 1) Role of Kiai Leadership, 2) Kiai Decision Making Process and 3) Leadership of Kiai in Change Process to Improve Quality in Ar-Risalah Islamic Boarding School, Cijantung IV. This research used case study research method with qualitative approach. T The results of this study showed how KH. Asep Saefulmillah had good leadership role, and optimization of pesantren asset to improve the quality of boarding school. KH. Asep Saefulmillah emphasizes the mufakat / participation decision-making as part of his democratic leadership The attitude open of kiai and his accommodative toward the importance of change and the development of the era made him make changes to improve the quality of islamic boarding school.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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VISIONARY LEADERSHIP: IMPROVING THE QUALITY AND THE COMPETITIVENESS
Aan Komariah; Uu Abdullah; Asep Sudarsyah

UPI


Purpose: The purpose of this research was to describe to school on the competitiveness, the visionary leadership of the principal, and the quality of school on the competitiveness of Islamic primary school in Indonesia. Research method: This research was quantitative approach and descriptive method. The population of this study amounted to 59 of Islamic primary school in east Jakarta with a total sample of 31 schools on the basis proportionate stratified random sampling. Research data collecting was using questionnaire. Findings: The result of processing and data analysis showed that the general description of the competitiveness of private Islamic primary school in east Jakarta was in the high category as well as the quality of the was in the high category. Partially, all of the element brought the significant influence toward the school on the competitiveness. The recommendation suggested from this study were the principal and the stakeholder committed to improve the quality of school in other to compete in the midst of global competition

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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54.

THE LEADERSHIP BEHAVIOR MODEL AND SINGLE AND DOUBLE LOOP LEARNING ORGANIZATION EFFECT ON EMPLOYEES PERFORMANCE IN LEARNING UNIT OF OPEN UNIVERSITY
Tita Rosita

Universitas Terbuka


In an effort to optimize the distance learning required employees of distance learning program units to provide optimal service. In its development, the employee quantity aspect should be balanced with the quality demand to achieve the superiority of the college. The increasing the capability of human resources in an organization can be done with organizational transformation to become a learning organization. Furthermore, leadership is a very important aspect in realizing an effective organization. This study aims to determine how the behavior of leadership and learning models on employee performance. The research method applied is quantitative approach, with population of all academic and non academic officer at UPBJJ. The results of this study indicate that there is a positive and significant influence on leadership behavior on employee performance. Furthermore there is a positive and significant influence on the organizational learning model on employee performance. The behavior of leaders and models of learning organizations together influence to the performance of employees. Thus the organizational learning model either single loop or double loop together with leader behavior have an significant effect on to performance of UPBJJ UT employee.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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55.

Management of Pesantren: A Study of Inspiration, Mediation, and Reflection of Kiai in Traditional Pesantren
Abdul Karim*

* PhD Candidat of Islamic Educatioinal Management at UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta


The present study puts an emphasis on the unclear pattern of leadership and failure of pesantren. This study is an attempt to reject an existing opinion concerning conventional pesantren which is still traditional, individual and a kingdom-based system. (Dhofier, 1999; Geertz, 1960; Buresh, 2002). In other words, pesantren depends on its leader existence. Instead, this study is conducted to strengthen the notion that Kiai leadership pattern in traditional pesantren is collective-collegial and managerial. This study indicates that the leadership of Kiai in pesantren is determined by managerial insights of his ancestors (Mintzberg, 1973; Shalit, 2010; Mardiyah, 2012; Rindanah, 2013). The objectives of this study is to investigate the concept of managerial leadership in several traditional pesantren i.e. pesantren Bendakerep, Gedongan, and Buntet which is the oldest pesantren in Cirebon. In line with the objectives of the study, this study uses the approach of cultural interpretation. This study is conducted quantitatively by using descriptive method and quantitatively by using ex-post facto strengthened by the instruments of interview, observation, and documentation to find the data of Kiai leadership and managerial pattern, and various Kiai’s policy. The questionnaires are used to confirm the students concerning Kiai’s management which are analyzed with categorization, reduction, display, and clarification techniques supported by data triangulation. The findings of this study show that managerial inspiration is initiated through the following steps: 1) Meditation: an effort to obtain inspiration quietly and consistently, legitimize the offspring, have a spirit in leadership, and realize what is believed, 2) Mediation: an effort of Kiai’s self-integration and social interaction, 3) Reflection: an effort of self-correction, organizing policies, conducting endeavors in leadership, referring to the policies of the ancestors’ inspiration and insight. The implication derived from the findings in this study is to confirm and strengthen managerial roles proposed by Mintzberg (1973).

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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56.

Inconsistency between importance and implementation of instructional improvement
Umiati Jawas

Faculty of Language and Literature
Universitas Kanjuruhan Malang


Empirical findings have shown that schools where the principals were reported to be more focused on instructional practices outperformed students in schools where such leadership focus was absent. This study examines the perception and practices of principals to improve instruction in their school. Using a cross sectional questionnaire survey, the principal respondents were asked to rate the importance of five practices of improving instruction: providing regular teaching feedback, increasing teachers’ qualifications, facilitating professional development programs for teachers, improving curriculum, and increasing instructional standards. The respondents were also asked to report their current frequency of implementing those practices. The output of Spearman’s rho correlation test suggested a very weak relationship between the perceived importance and current frequency of the practices. It means that the degree of importance given to these practices is not consistent with their current frequency of implementation. This inconsistency may explain Indonesia’s unsatisfactory educational performance as measured in several international indexes.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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57.

Development of Leadership-Based School-Based Principal Spritual Models In High School (SMA
Ridhwansyah, Gusril, Jalius Jamma, Rusdinal, Mukhaiyar, Nurhizrah Gistituati

Pascasarjana UNP Padang


Research Development is done because the failure and success of a school much determined by the principal as a leader, because the principal is the control and determinant of direction that will be pursued by the educational unit toward the goal in such a way by optimizing the available resources, facilities and infrastructure.
Research method using development procedure. Development stage by doing ADDIE model, which stands for Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation. The subjects of research are, overall, the Headmaster of Senior High School (SMA) in Merangin Regency who are members of the group head group work group. Data were analyzed using qualitative and quantitative descriptive data approach with percentage formula.
The results of this study can be concluded that: First Development of leadership model based on spiritual intelligence school was successfully built and declared valid by experts with validation value 88.67 (very good) related to the principal leadership material. Furthermore, the validation sheet of principal leadership program with an average of 4.03 with the achievement level of 80.62% with good category. Validation of leadership design model based on spiritual intelligence with an average score of 4.0 with tinkat achievement 87.80% with very valid category. Second Practical model of headmaster leadership with an average of 4.33 with 86.67% achievement level with the principals practical category states that this model facilitates and evokes their motivation in carrying out their leadership. Furthermore, the result of leadership development based on spiritual intelligence is declared effective. The statement was proven through t-test analysis from all SMA of Merangin Regency explaining that tcount in this model is bigger than ttable (6,95> 2,285) and Sig value. (, 000) <α (0.05)

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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58.

The Analysis of the Implementation of Teachers Structuring and Equalizing in 3T Regions Policy
Hery Azhar Djafar

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Education is one of the goals of the establishment of the Indonesian nation as stated in the 1945 Constitution: to educate the entire life of the nation. However, this adequate teachers-students ratios does not occur evenly across the country. One of the most fundamental problems is the unequal distribution of teachers in some areas that are far from urban areas, especially areas that state as the 3T Region (underdeveloped, remote, and border region). To resolve the problems, the government through Ministry of Education and Culture formulating a structuring and equalizing policy program. This research was conducted to assess the implementation of the policy program. The purpose of this study is to find the pictures and information of the structuring and equalization in 3T region program, the implementation and the support factors and the obstacles of the implementation of the program.

Topic: Education Policy and Leadership

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59.

The Contribution of Internal and External Monitoring on School Performance in Kota Binjai Junior High School
Muhammad Arifin

Universitas Muhammadiyah Sumatera Utara


This study aims to determine the contribution of internal monitoring of the perfomance Junior High School (SMP) in Kota Binjai, to determine the contribution of external monitoring of the performance of Junior High School in Kota Binjai, to determine the contribution of internal monitoring and external monitoring of Junior High Scchool Performance in Kota Binjai. This study is descriptive research because they saw between variable contribution of research. The population of this study are all Junior High School in Kota Binjai amounted to 488 people, while the research sample is determine as much as 10% of the total population, so the total sample are 49 teacher. Instument use to collect data was Likert Scale questionnaire. Data analysis is done by statistical appoarch using SPSS programme for analysis of test requirements, including test for normality and linearity line. Techniques of data analysis used correlation analysis and simple regression and multiple, then partial correlation techniques. Test of linearity between internal monitoring (X1) has a correlation each other or shows character of independence, can be known from the value of significance with the criteria f and t tes, if significance with a signicance with a significant level of 0,05. The research conludes that there is a positive contribution and sifnificance of Internal Monitoring Variable (X1) on School Performance (Y) of 41,1%. There is a positive contribution and significance of variabel external monitoring (X2) on School Performance (Y) of 50,4%. Jointly Internal Monitoring Contribution (X1) and Monitoring External (X2) on School Performance (Y) of 56,7% and the remaining 43,3% is estimated from other variable non included in this study. These findings indicate that the performance of the principals management is still low, especially on the management, supervision and internal coaching. The lack of internal monitoring to the school is worried that it will impact school residents such as teachers, staff and students. Paying attention to this principal should be able to further develop aspects of Internal Supervision considering the principal meripakan spearhead managerial school. Likewise, external monitoring, although from the results of external supervision analysis obtained a positive contribution and significance to school performance. In reality, however, most of the external supervision that the school committee executes has not yet met its optimal performance targets. This situation has implications for the low level of cooperation and coordination between the school committee and the principal.

Topic: Educational Administration

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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PRINCIPAL PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL INSTRUMENTS
SURURI and ASEP SURYANA

UPI


Inaccurate performance appraisal instruments might lead to imprecise performance evaluation. The effectiveness of principal performance appraisal depends a lot on the effectiveness of the evaluation instrument. Based on this issue, this study aimed at analyzing the effectiveness of the instruments for evaluating the performance of state senior high schools’ principals within the area of the Education Agency of West Bandung Regency. The results showed that the instruments could not completely exhibit schools’ development and principals’ professional development. The instruments had high relevancy, sensitivity, reliability, acceptability, and practicality. Nevertheless, the objectivity of the assessors was still questionable. Besides, the results of principal performance appraisal could be utilized for many purposes such as clarifying the principals’ roles and changing the current policy. The fact showed that the benefits of this evaluation had not completely reached these principals.

Topic: Educational Administration

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61.

VALUES-BASED LEADERSHIP MODEL’S IN PRIVATE PRIMARY SCHOOL
Nurdin

Departemen Administrasi Pendidikan
Fakultas Ilmu Pendidikan
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Research is called "Values-Based Leadership Model’s in private primary schools as the city of Bandung". This study was conducted in 30 private primary schools as the city of Bandung with survey responses principals at each school. In general, this study aims to obtain an overview and find out how much Influence Leadership Principals Based on the Performance Values Teachers in private primary schools throughout the city of Bandung. This research was conducted using the descriptive method and quantitative approaches, and supported by literature study. The technique of collecting data using questionnaires, the population is the principal and teachers in 30 private primary schools as the city of Bandung, with a total sample of 94 respondents. Results calculated, shows that the value-based leadership model’s are in the very good category with an overall average of 4.36 while the performance aspects of teachers that are in the very good category with average -rata all aspects of 4.52. Based on the calculation coefficient of determination obtained a value of 12.3% and the t test calculation results obtained t = 3.591> table = 1,706 value-based leadership means a significant effect on the performance of teachers

Topic: Educational Administration

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62.

The Influence of Working Environment and Individual Characteristics On The Effectiveness of Employee Performance at Department of Education and Culture in Kuningan Regency
Revi Pebriyanto,S.Pd., Dr. H. Aceng Muhtaram Mirfani, M.Pd., Dr. H. Yahya Sudarya, M.Pd

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


This research was based on the employee performance effectiveness at Department of Education and Culture in Kuningan Regency. It was focus on how working environment and individual characteristics influence against the employees to create good performance in accordance with the vision and mission of the institution. Descriptive method with quantitative approach was used in this research. It was conducted by 52 employees at the institution. The results of this research showed that 1). The influence of working environment against the employee performance effectiveness was 49,4%, 2). The influence of individual characteristics against the employee performance effectiveness was 65,5%, 3) The influence of working environment and individual characteristics against the employee performance effectiveness was 74,0 %. The rest was influenced by other factors. Based on the results, the working environment and individual characteristics give effect to the effectiveness of employee performance at the institution. The recommendation of this research is the institution should be able to maintain a conducive working environment, so that the effectiveness of employee performance is maintained in educational services. Furthermore employees of the institution should maintain good individual characters to create the good quality of educational services and forming human resources with good character, achievement and competitiveness.

Topic: Educational Administration

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63.

Managing Heutagogy for Sustainopreneurship in The Technology and Information Era
Ahmad Kultur Hia

Program Study of Educational Administration, Indonesia University of Education
Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi No. 229 Bandung, West Java, Indonesia


One of main issues in entrepreneurship training is learning process sustainability. The participants are not equipped with the ability to plan, organize, implement and evaluate learning in realizing the sustainability of the business run independently. The availability of information technology has not been enabled to encourage changes to entrepreneurship training practices including for post-training pensions. The economic creation value by the fulfillment of the obligation to maintain balance, diversity, sustainability of value for the next generation and the environment is an ongoing process. The aim of this study is to find how managing heutagogy for for sustainopreneurship among pensions in technology and information era . The total of samples is 45 pensioners. The finding shows that self directed learning from pedagogy to andragogy then to the heutagogy as a continuum which supported by ICT can encourage more sustainable behavior change. Principles of sutainability in self directed learning such as holistic, diversity, sustainability and balance are developed by optimizing information and technology functions.
The success of realizing sustainopreneurship behavior is an on going. It‘s process is influenced by the ability to manage self-directed learning by optimizing ICT functions.

Topic: Educational Administration

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Authentic Transformational Leadership For Sustainability in Quality of Madrasah Aliyah Bekasi Regency
Nurdelima Waruwu

Program Study of Educational Management, State University of Jakarta
Jl. Rawamangun Muka, RT.11/RW.14, Rawamangun, East Jakarta, 13220, Indonesia


Challenges to leadership and madrasah quality are integrated. Leadership is become a system of value. Leadership encourages the development of practices for madrasah quality sustainability The application of sustainability principles in the quality management system requires leader’s presence who inspire and motivate by his psychological powers and capacities. This research aims to know the relation between transformational Authentic Leadership and Sustainability in Quality of Madrasah . This research uses descriptive research approach with type of verivicative survey. Finding shows authentic leadership who is able to motivate, inspire with the vision of future madrasah, encourage innovation to affect the quality of madrasah in a sustainable manner.

Topic: Educational Administration

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Development of School Management Capacity : Utilization of Standard Procedures and Workflow according to Vision and Mission
Dwi Sukaningtyas, Djaman Satori, Udin S. Saud

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI)
Bandung
Indonesia


Abstract—How can school management work effectively? Meanwhile, many existing documents become "dead" documents; which are not being used as management guidelines. This study is focused on the development of school management capacity. The goal is to utilize standard procedures and workflow in the development of school program management capacity according to vision and mission. This study used a qualitative approach with case studies. Data collection methods used are interviews, observation, and study of the documents/artifacts. The validity of the data is done by checking credibility, transferability, dependability, and confirmability. The results show that with the standard procedures and workflows which are understood, visualized, and used by all teachers and staffs, management performance becomes more organized and well directed.

Topic: Educational Administration

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66.

Relevance Analysis of Vocational Expertise Area With Economic Potential in Ciamis Regency
Liah Siti Syarifah; Prima Dewi & Irza Adya Sugarda

Master Program of Educational Administration,
Indonesia University of Education


The purpose of this research is to analyze the relevance of Vocational Expertise Area with economic potential in Ciamis Regency. The research using descriptive qualitative method with Location Quotien Analysis and Relevance Analysis. Location Quotien Analysis used to analyze the economic potential of Ciamis Regency and Relevance Analysis to determine the vocational relevance with economic potential in Ciamis Regency. The type of data processed is primary and secondary data obtained from the Central Bureau of Statistics Ciamis, Regional Development Planning Board Ciamis and Education Office Ciamis. The results explain that Vocational Expertise Area is not even yet relevant with Economic Potential in Ciamis Regency, “relevant classification” for Vocational Expertise Areas that relevant and “irrelevant classification” for Vocational Expertise Areas does not relevant.

Topic: Educational Administration

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67.

Implementing Strategic Management of State Islamic Secondary School Based Pesantren
Yulan Tiarni Legistia

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Pesantren has played an important role in the education system in Indonesia, especially in the formation of the nations character. This educational institution still exists because it can fulfill moral and religious education needs. Pesantren continues growing because of its integrated system with madrasah as its management is gaining way better. This paper attempts to describe the implementation of strategic management of a boarding school integrated with a state madrasah. This pesantren is built to support the Islamic religious lessons in a state madrasah managed by principals and their staff. The focus in this research is a pesantren in Purwakarta. The analysis used is a qualitative phenomenology approach that is by interpreting the data, which is based on Miles and Huberman models, interactively and continuously. This research found that the implementation of strategic management in Pesantren Tarbiyah Islamiyah includes strategic planning in the aspects of Infrastructure, Human Resources, and Curriculum.

Topic: Educational Administration

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68.

Dr.
Dr. Putri Anggraeni, SE, M.Ak Prof.Djaman Satori, MA ; Prof.Aan Komariah,M.Pd ; Dr.Asep Suryana,M.Pd

Yayasan Assakinah Sejahtera
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


The problems in effective learning are multidimensional, including in MA. Various factors that affect the achievement of both internal and external learning outcomes. Leadaership that lead to achieve it depend on instruction, social system existence in learning communities form and teacher who has optimal performance has not been fully realized. The literature on this research in MA that has distinctive characteristics with sidiq, amanah, tablig and fathonal values is still limited.The aims of this study is to obtain an overview and analyze the Influence of School Principal Instructional Leadership and Professional learning community on Teachers Teaching Performance and Its Impact on the Effectiveness of Learning in Madrasah Aliyah in all Bandung Raya.
The research method used is descriptive method to 124 MA sampled. The results of the research indicate that instructional leadership has not been effective yet, PLC in the MA environrenment has not yet been established and teacher performance is considered less. The learning effectiveness in the MA has not shown the indicator as an effective learning. All indicators in each variable can explain latent variables. There is an effect of instructional leadership and PLC on Teacher Performance. Learning effectiveness is affected by the performance of the teacher who play as class manager, leader, and professional.The conclusion of this research that is instructional leadership is still weak and PLC that has not been formed has a significant impact on the teacher performance which ultimately impact to MA deficient learning effectiveness
Key Word: instructional leadership, PLC, teacher performance, Madrasah Aliyah, learning effectiveness

Topic: Educational Administration

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69.

Management of Training for Teacher
Gena Aghnia Fadhilah

Education Administration Departement, School of Postgraduate Studies, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


This study aims to determine the management of training for teachers in PPPPTK IPA. The research used a descriptive qualitative approach. Research subject was determined with purposive sampling technique. The number of research subjects are six people. Data collection techniques were interviews, observation, and documentation. Data were also analyzed by descriptive qualitative approach. The results showed that the training management for teachers includes: 1)Planning: making the training program, analyzing the program structure, preparing the syllabus, analyzing needs of the training; 2)Implementation: making guidelines, identifying needs of the training, teaching materials, participants, instructors, training facilities, training organizations, the acceptance of training result documents; And 3)Evaluation: preparing evaluation instruments, implementation reports, and evaluating the program. Management of training is a series of training processes managed through various procedures by utilizing human resources, systems, and budgets to keep improving the training system in accordance with the objectives and benefits to the training participants.

Topic: Educational Administration

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70.

The Facilities and Infrastructure Implementation Effects toward Student’s Learning Motivation
Tristy Meiriana & Yulia Ratna Sari

Indonesian Education University


This study entitled The Facilities and Infrastructure Implementation Effects toward Student’s Learning Motivation in electrical engineering majors at Vocational High Schools in Bandung. The background research is to form a qualified learner which requires various factors such as human resources, funds, and educational facilities and infrastructures, hence the learning process may functioning in accordance with the planned goals. The success of educational programs through teaching and learning process is influenced by many factor, one of them is the availability of adequate educational facilities and infrastructure along with the optimal utilization and management. If a school had a lacks of attention to educational facilities and infrastructure, then learners might have less eager willing to learn seriously. This can cause the student’s low learning achievement. Therefore, to improve students learning achievement it is require student’s learning motivation.
The first principal issue of this research is about how the facilities and infrastructure implementation at the electrical engineering installation majors in Bandung Vocational High Schools. Second, is how to motivate students to study electrical engineering majors in Bandung Vocational High Schools. Third is how much the influence of facilities and infrastructure implementation affects students motivation in electrical engineering majors at Bandung Vocational High Schools.
The research method used in this research is descriptive method using quantitative approach supported by literature study. Data collection instrument used is in the form of a questionnaire which addressed to students majoring in electrical power installation techniques in Bandung Vocational High Schools as many as 86 students.
Based on the calculation, it shows that the facilities and infrastructure utilization amounted to 3.09 which indicate that the variable is in very good category. While the result of the tendency of student learning motivation variable of 2.98 which indicates that the variable is in good category. Correlation coefficient analysis by using Pearson Product Moment correlation analysis obtained correlation coefficient of 0.554 included in the category strong enough with regression γ = 5.94 + 0.16X coefficient of determination from variable X to variable Y obtained results of 30.70%, while the rest of 69.30% influenced by other factors which not described in this study, such as student interest, teacher teaching methods, student learning conditions, rewards or punishments existence etc.
Based on the data processing results, it can be concluded that there is a significant influence between the facilities and infrastructure utilization for student learning motivation in electrical engineering installation majors in Bandung Vocational High Schools.

Topic: Educational Administration

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71.

ACADEMIC SUPERVISION CONDUCTED BY THE PRINCIPLE IN IMPROVING OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL QUALITY IN PURWAKARTA REGION
Erni Agustina Suwartini, Johar Permana, Aan Komariah

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Jalan Setiabudi No.229 Bandung, Jawa Barat 40154, Indonesia


The Principle academic supervision is a series of activities the principle under takes in order to help teachers develop their ability to manage the learning process to achieve the learning objectives. The problem in this research is how to improve the quality of education through academic supervision by the principle of State Elementary School in Purwakarta Region. This study leads to improving the quality of education through academic supervision. The method used is descriptive method with quantitative approach supported by a documentation study and questionnaire as the main data collector tool, with teacher research sample. The sample of research subjects consisted of 98 elementary school teachers in Purwakarta in 2017. Data analysis was performed using parametric statistics. Based on the findings in this study, it can be concluded that the principle academic supervision has a very strong influence on the quality of education. The recommendations in this study are: (1) The principal must optimize the follow-up actions that is resulted by the academic supervision in the form of guidance for the supervised teacher so that the expected that the guidance result a better change; (2) Teachers should continue to strive to improve the quality of education, one of them by following scientific activities such as seminars, training and further education.

Topic: Educational Administration

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=117


72.

THE IMPLEMENTATION OF GOVERNANCE (TATA PAMONG) IN EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION STUDY PROGRAM, POSTGRADUATE UNINUS BANDUNG
Vidia Lantari Ayundhari; Ayi Najmul Hidayat; Teti Adyawanti

Islamic Nusantara University (Uninus) Bandung


The implementation of governance (Tata Pamong) in a study program should be implemented by all programs to the maximum in order to improve the education quality that is implemented. Based on the result of observation, the research team showed that the Educational Administration Study Program in Postgraduate of Uninus Bandung still needs to be improved. It can be seen from the existing resources that have not been maximized completely. Therefore, it is necessary to study about the implementation of governance conducted by the study program with the expectation of improving the accreditation quality in the study program. The purpose of this study is to draw an image of how is the implementation of Educational Administration study program in Postgraduate Uninus Bandung. To get the description, the researcher uses qualitative approach by a means of case study method, interviewer data collecting tech-nique, and documentation. And the research subjects are the head, the secretary, and the lecturer in the study program. The data were analyzed qualitatively. The results of this research indicate that the admin-istration of Educational Administration Program (S2) is defined as a way of distributing various activities, managing existing resources and problems arising through the process of planning, implementing, evaluat-ing, controlling, upgrading and implementing the value system, organizational structure, decisions, resource allocation, authority patterns, levels of accountability, internal and external relationships, credibility, trans-parency, accountability, responsibility, and fairness principles.

Topic: Educational Administration

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=166


73.

The influence of principal leadership and school climate toward teacher professionality
Dikdik Triyanuar

Indonesia University of Education


This research aims to analyze: (1) the influence of principal leadership towards teacher professionality, (2) the influence school climate towards teacher professionality, and (3) the influence of principal leadership and school climate toward teacher professionality The population of this research is all teacher of high school in Kotabaru and Cikampek distric Karawang. Saturation sampling technique was used to determine the sample. Data analyzed using multiple linear regression analysis. Based on the analysis, it can be concluded that: (a) Principals leadership gives positive impact upon teacher professionality by 49.5% . (b) school climate brings positive influence upon teacher professionality by 43.7%. (c) Both principal leadership and school climate significantly influence teacher professionality by 57.9%. Principal with good his/her leadership and the positive school climate will improve teacher professionality. It is classic situation, when the ‘teachers need’ are provide by principal through school culture.

Topic: Educational Administration

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74.

The Teaching Performance of the teacher : Pedagogical Competence; Work Motivation; School-Culture and Profession AllowanceDa
Dadang Lukman Hakim

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


The research is based on problem of factors affecting the teaching performance of teachers at SMK.. Factors affecting the teaching performance of teacher as follow: motivation, personality and emotional, competence, interest, work environment, tools and infrastructure, policy, administration, teacher educational level, teaching supervision, upgrading program, school-culture, mental and physical condition, headmaster leadership model, welfare warranty, the headmaster managerial capability, training and economic incentive. Based on the problems, this research aims to describe empirically the variables pedagogical competence, work motivation, school-culture and profession allowance to the teaching performance of the teacher either partially or simultaneously. The method which is used in this research is survey by quantitative research approach with inferential statistics as a research model and the population is teachers which have possessed certification at 50 SMKN in West Java. The samples in this research using a model of random stratified sampling. The result shows that pedagogical competence, work motivation, school-culture and profession allowance have positive and significant influences to the teaching performance of the teacher. These results indicate that the teaching performance of the teacher also influenced by pedagogical competence, work motivation, school-culture and profession allowance. Thus increasing pedagogical competence, work motivation, school-culture and profession allowance would increase the teaching performance of the teacher.

Topic: Educational Administration

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=187


75.

Study of Implementation of Quality Management in Madina Islamic Primary School Jakarta
Sulianto, Djaman Satori, & Aan Komariah

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


The focus of this research was on policy, planning, implementation, and evaluation of quality management in Madina Islamic Primary School Jakarta. The method used was descriptive qualitative. Re-search Results: The quality policy of Madina Islamic Primary School Jakarta is wisdom, competence and ex-cellent. The work plans were formulated by the principals together with a team and submitted for the approval of the organization. Implementation of quality management was by applying the quality management princi-ples. Quality management evaluation was conducted by using feedback for services improvement. The evalua-tion involves participation of parents/guardians through the role of the committee. The recommendation of this research is the revision of vision and mission of Madina Islamic Primary School Jakarta by considering environmental analysis. Quality management planning related to appreciation can be given in the form of tui-tion fees and human resources competence development activities. For quality management implementation, coordination and socialization of research results from R&D department needs to be optimized. Research re-sults can be used as data in the decision making by the principal in education services. The implementation of quality management evaluation needs to involve all school elements.

Topic: Educational Administration

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=194


76.

Executive Program of Principal Academic Supervision Using Grow Model at SMAN 1 Cikarang Utara and MAN Kabupaten Bekasi
Iis Istianah (a*), Djaman Satori (b), Dadang Suhardan (c)

a) Postgraduate, Indonesia University of Education, West Java, Indonesia
b) Postgraduate, Indonesia University of Education, West Java,
c) Postgraduate, Indonesia University of Education, West Java, Indonesia


This research describes, analyzes, and assesses the extent of implementation academic supervision program by using the grow model as an effort to know the results of academic supervision performed successfully or not in improving the professionalism of teachers at SMAN 1 Utara Cikarang and MAN Kabupaten Bekasi. Quality education is viewed from their inputs, processes, outputs, and outcomes. Quality educational inputs include curriculum, facilities, and various aspects of quality education. Quality education process is a quality learning process. Quality education output is graduates who have the required competencies and quality education outcomes are graduates who are able to continue to higher education or absorbed in the business world or industrial world. The principal as a supervisor carries out the training and technical and administrative assessment of education on the schools under his responsibility through supervision monitoring, evaluation, reporting, and follow-up of supervisory results. The research focuses on the principal supervision supervision program, the process of preparing the principal supervision program, implementation of the principal supervision program, monitoring and evaluation of principal supervision activities, and the impact and follow-up of the principals supervision using grow model. Location determination was based on the specificity of the problems faced in public schools and private schools. This study used qualitative approach with sampling based on purposive sampling and snowball sampling. The research technique used is observation, interview, and document study. The results of this study are expected to find out about the description and description of executive program of principal academic supervision using grow model.

Topic: Educational Administration

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=222


77.

PPL Model – Based Lesson Study: An Effort to Improve the Professionalism Of Arabic Teacher Candidate
Prof. Dr. Maman Abdurahman, M. Ag.; Hikmah Maulani, M.Pd.

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Program Pengalaman Lapangan commonly known as PPL is a program which must be taken by all university students in the education program. The purpose of PPL is for the students (practitioner) to gain educational experience factually in the field, both with the school administration and its teaching learning process. But in reality there are numerous of students, who have finished their teaching exam in school, who said that there are still confuse if they are going to be a professional English teacher in the future. One of the main factors of the students’ lack of confident is the lack of communication and discussion related to the issues of teaching and learning in the classroom and its solution with the main supervisor (dosen tetap) and vice supervisor (dosen luar biasa) and also with their fellow colleagues. This weakness can be overcome by a guidance process model based on lesson study principal and procedure, because with Lesson Study the learning scenario, implementation, and reflection can be discussed by the three groups and also the solution to activate the class can be found, so the students or practitioners are able to “study”. The method use is qualitative descriptive. This study conducted by Class Action Research (Penelitian Tindakan Kelas): planning, action, observation, reflection. The subjects of this research are 5 Arabic students who are undergone PPL in the Junior high school lab school UPI Bandung, and the instrument used to measures the professionalism of future Arabic teacher are test, interview, observation, and direct supervision during the lesson study activity. The result shows that the PPL model of guidance and evaluation process with lesson study based can increase the professionalism of future Arabic teacher which related to the pedagogic, professional, social, and personality of the teacher competency, and the five practitioner who use the PPL Lesson Study are more “ready” than those who doesn’t use lesson study.

Topic: Educational Planning

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78.

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

Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo State


ABSTRACT
ASSESSMEMT OF INTERNAL EFFICIENCY IN PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES IN ONDO STATE
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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79.

PLANNING OF EPIC-DRAMA FESTIVAL BASED ON LOCAL CULTURE IN EDUCATING ADOLESCENT SOCIAL ATTITUDE
ANDAYANI

UNIVERSITAS SEBELAS MARET
Surakarta, Central Java, Indonesia


The current adolescent art festival is dominated by festivals based on pop culture. It has an impact on the rising of anti-social attitudes among adolescents. This phenomenon is an urgent issue and needs to be responded by proper educational planning. The research was done by Participatory Method and was conducted in eight months. The subjects of the research involved ten youth theater groups from ten provinces in Indonesia. The data collection used interview, observation, and focus group discussion. The validity of data used was triangulation method. Its analysis used critical analysis techniques and fixed comparison techniques. The results of the study found that: (1)The festival can be a focus in educational planning, especially to upgrade adolescent social attitudes. It is because epic is a folktale that tells the story of the heroic struggle; (2)Every region in Indonesia has some folktales that voice about the traditional leaders’ fighting. All indigenous struggles can be transformed into an epic drama; (3)The stories that exist in every local culture are not recognized by the youth in the area. Thus, these local culture-based epics should be performed in the form of dramas done by youth groups and delivered in a national youth art festival.

Topic: Educational Planning

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=25


80.

Planning Education with Social Demand Analysis on Primary School Teacher Demand in Bandung City
Agus Riswandi, Djama’an Satori, Taufani C. Kurniatun

Educational Administration Program School of Post Graduate UPI


Increasing the number of residents on the demand for educational facilities is the demand of class and the teachers demand. Teachers demand at all times increased because the number of teachers continues to decrease because teachers are a profession that is limited by the task period and the number of school-age population is increasing. This study aims to project the demand of elementary school teachers with demographic factors in the city of Bandung. This research uses projection method with social demand approach. Data technical data by documentation study, with data sources of demographic data and educational data. Data analysis techniques used are the calculation of the population and the population of primary school age, proyeeksi number of study groups and the performance teachers demand. Population based on population results in 2025. 2,591,018 people, with school age 225,785 people whose population growth rate is 0.432. The number of students studying demand in Bandung reached 8,183 in 2025. The number of teachers needs in 2025 is divided into three groups, namely the needs of class teachers reached 4.678, physical education teachers 792 people a religious education teacher 802 people.

Topic: Educational Planning

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=44


81.

PPL Model – Based Lesson Study: An Effort to Improve the Professionalism Of Arabic Teacher Candidate
Prof. Dr. Maman Abdurahman, M. Ag.; Hikmah Maulani, M.Pd.

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Program Pengalaman Lapangan commonly known as PPL is a program which must be taken by all university students in the education program. The purpose of PPL is for the students (practitioner) to gain educational experience factually in the field, both with the school administration and its teaching learning process. But in reality there are numerous of students, who have finished their teaching exam in school, who said that there are still confuse if they are going to be a professional English teacher in the future. One of the main factors of the students’ lack of confident is the lack of communication and discussion related to the issues of teaching and learning in the classroom and its solution with the main supervisor (dosen tetap) and vice supervisor (dosen luar biasa) and also with their fellow colleagues. This weakness can be overcome by a guidance process model based on lesson study principal and procedure, because with Lesson Study the learning scenario, implementation, and reflection can be discussed by the three groups and also the solution to activate the class can be found, so the students or practitioners are able to “study”. The method use is qualitative descriptive. This study conducted by Class Action Research (Penelitian Tindakan Kelas): planning, action, observation, reflection. The subjects of this research are 5 Arabic students who are undergone PPL in the Junior high school lab school UPI Bandung, and the instrument used to measures the professionalism of future Arabic teacher are test, interview, observation, and direct supervision during the lesson study activity. The result shows that the PPL model of guidance and evaluation process with lesson study based can increase the professionalism of future Arabic teacher which related to the pedagogic, professional, social, and personality of the teacher competency, and the five practitioner who use the PPL Lesson Study are more “ready” than those who doesn’t use lesson study.

Topic: Educational Planning

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=53


82.

Ethical Education, Pro-Social Motivation, and Moral Disengagement among Entrepreneurs
Muhammad Ariono Margiono, Pantri Heriyati

Bina Nusantara University


Understandinghow ethical education, especially informal religious-based ethical education, affects moral disengagement of entrepreneurs is important because it might help eliminate unethical business practices. Moral disengagement refers to the “deactivation” of moral regulatory process that prevents people from doing unethical behaviours. Unfortunately, limited studiesfocus on the role of ethical education in moral disengagement. This preliminary study aims to investigate the role of pro-social motivation and ethical education, especially informal religious-based ethical education, on the moral disengagement’s tendency of entrepreneurs. Using 95 survey dataofentrepreneurs in greater Jakarta areas, this preliminary study quantitatively analyzes the moderating role of informal religious-based ethical education on the relationship between pro-social motivation and moral disengagement. This study finds that pro-business entrepreneurs tend to have lower moral disengagement when they receive informal religious-based ethical education. In contrast, this study finds that pro-social entrepreneurs have lower moral disengagement only when they do notreceive informal religious-based ethical education. These findings imply that informal religious-based ethical education offers an avenue to eliminate unethical behaviours among pro-business entrepreneurs. However, consistent with the existing literature more research is required to understand the dynamics in the pro-social entrepreneurship context.

Topic: Educational Planning

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=57


83.

The Role of Educational Planning in Implementing Education for Sustainable Development in Purwakarta
Syahrul Fatriansah

Educational Administration, School of Postgraduate, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI)
Jl. Dr. Setiabudi No. 229 Bandung, Jawa Barat, Indonesia, 40154


This article aims to elaborate the role of educational planning in the level of District in implementing Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in basic education in Purwakarta District using the perspective of "The Whole School Approach". The analysis used in this article is qualitative approach. Using primary and secondary document analysis, this article shows us that the role of the educational planning has important effect to the success of the implementation of ESD in Purwakarta.

Topic: Educational Planning

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84.

Allocation and Funding on Early Childhood Education
Yoris Kartakusumah

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


This study aims to describe the allocation and funding for the implementation of early childhood education and the amount of funding contribution from each source. This study uses a qualitative approach through case studies on several units of early childhood education in Bandung City. The research method is descriptive quantitative. From the results of the study found that: first, funding of early childhood education is generally sourced from central and local government. However, it is still not sufficient for the operational costs of early childhood education. Central and local governments still prioritize 9 years basic compulsory education program. Funds sourced from the providers are limited and very dependent on parents income. Other sources of funds are from business world/industry, just a willingness of the business/industry. Second, assistence from the government and community/institutions, for educator incentives and educational game tools, books, medicines and health checks for students in money form.

Topic: Educational Planning

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=153


85.

Educational Planning: Problems and Alternatives Solutions Align Substances, Procedures, Educational Planning Approach in Macro, Messo and Micro Context
Nani Hartini

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Every activity that will be carried out is always directed to an expected condition. The condition contains a hope and an idea of a renewal of the existing system. Similarly, educational planning is applied at all institutional levels ranging from macro, messo and micro. In particular the ideal conditions include: (a)The role of educational planning in the whole system of education in schools, through the education planning of essential activities can be spelled out systematically and appropriately.(b)Increased competence of planners, this involves the technical administrative skills and specific skills required in planning, (c) Application of suitable planning model for the country of Indonesia, (d)Implementation of Development Planning Policy, especially education consistent and according to the needs of the community.

In fact these ideal conditions have not fully occurred, there are some who still encounter problems include: (a)The perception of planning is still weak, awareness of planning is a need not yet fully exist (b)Educational activities are routine activities that do not require planning, (c) there is still a difference of planning that is proclaimed nationally with the area let alone to the school level (d)Planning is prepared by not considering data and real conditions

Topic: Educational Planning

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=162


86.

Behavior Modification for Encouraging Students to improve English Handwriting
Sovaritthon Chansaengsee

Mahidol University


This article represents the technique and treatment in order to modify the behavior of grade 9 students. The objective of this study is to encourage them to improve their handwriting in English by conducting behavior modification. 12 students were included in this study. The target behavior was their ability to write in English neatly (be readable). After defining the target behavior, the researcher collected and recorded baseline data to check how many essays they wrote with messy handwriting in a week (7 writing assignments). The problem behaviors, which affected negatively to the target behavior namely writing too quickly, paying attention on other activities, and taking too much time on generating idea were observed for baseline. The technique used is called DRL (Differential Reinforcement of Low Rates) as it was utilized along with praise and token economy. The researcher and the cases made an agreement before running the plan. To examine the durability of their improved handwriting, 3 months after the experiment, the researcher tested the cases again by a set rubric as a criterion. The result of the behavior modification was quite satisfying since eventually their handwriting could be read clearly and their writing skill was developed, even though the task seemed tough at the beginning. However, they could collect the tokens to be exchanged for 2 provided gifts from the researcher and most of them could get special prizes as well. During the mission, there were some hindrances such as the interruption from incoming calls, time limit, negotiation from the case, and the loose conditions at the first pace.

Topic: Educational Planning

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87.

THE EFFECT OF IMPLEMENTATION OF PROBLEM BASED LEARNING (PBL) METHOD FOR CRITICAL THINKING SKILL STUDENT IN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Dina Wahyu Fitriana and Disman

Elementary Education
Indonesia University of Education


The research is motivated by the problem of elementary school students in low ability to think critically. The purpose of this research is to know difference of critical thinking skill of students who use Problem Based Learning (PBL) method on pretest and posttest measurement. This research uses quasi experimental method with equivalent control group design and using two groups of learning. The sample of this research were students of class VA & VB at SDN Margahayu Utara III, class VA as many as 30 students as a control class and class VB as many as 30 students as an experimental class. The experimental group was given a learning treatment using Problem based Learning(PBL) method and the control group was given conventional learning. Based on the results of the study, there are difference in critical thinking skills in student using Problem Based Learning method on pretest and posttest measurement. From the experimental data processing, the score of experimental class pretest is 10,50 and the score postest is 15,65. This means, there are difference ability before and after treatment in the experimental group.

Topic: Elementary Education

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88.

Developing Student’s Enterpreneurship Values by School Cooperative Activity
Ika Karlina, Enok Maryani

Indonesia University of Education
Jl. Dr Setiabudhi 299 Gedung Pascasarjana Bandung, Jawa Barat 40154, Indonesia.
ikakarlina85[at]gmail.com , enok.maryani[at]yahoo.com


The objective of this research is to describe internalization process of student’s enterpreneurship values on school cooperative activity. This research used qualitative approach within case study method. Case study used to investigate phenomenon in natural context by various technique of collecting data. The researcher did not do treatment. Subject of this research were the headmaster who is in charge of school cooperative, the teacher as supervisor, also the tenth of fourth grade students as school cooperative organizers. Technique of collecting data in this research used observation and interview. The instrument of this research used field notes and interview orientation. Meanwhile, thematic analysis used to analysed of data research. Data was validated by triangulation technique and member checking. The result of this research proves that students participation in school cooperative organizer can develop student’s enterpreneurship values such as honesty, creative, self confidence, independence, communicative, dicipline, responsibility, hard work, leadership, and curiosity.

Topic: Elementary Education

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89.

Capacity Building of Programs in Primary Schools, the Teachers’ Reflection
Laurens Kaluge & Lilik Kustiani

Universitas Kanjuruhan Malang, Jawa Timur, Indonesia


This study investigated the programs in primary schools for capacity building to develop schools and teachers. Two research questions were posed related to the aspects of capacity development and the comparisons of the programs in basic education. The design for this study was a descriptive survey. A sample of 1448 teachers was cluster randomly selected, from 18 districts in 7 provinces, for filling out the questionnaires. The findings revealed the 10 aspects of capacities across five main programs to be positive affect for teachers and schools. The programs were resembled each other in some aspects, however, differentiated due to particular uniqueness. Based on the findings, it was recommended that for capacity building to succeed, teachers in primary schools should be exposed to a continuous professional development and training programs to enable them be more effective and adaptable to the changing world of education.

Topic: Elementary Education

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90.

THE IMPLEMENTATION OF STUDENT CHARACTER EDUCATION THROUGH LEARNING IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 1 PADALARANG, WEST BANDUNG REGENCY
Ayi Najmul Hidayat, Kingking Muttaqien, Vidia Lantari Ayundhari

Islamic Nusantara University (Uninus) Bandung


Elementary school students have a character that is much affected by the family environment and school. This condition is an opportunity for the principals and elementary school teachers to develop students’ character. Character education given to elementary students will be very meaningful for further development and life. Character education in elementary school is mostly done in learning activities. Technological developments that are negative also affect many elementary students. This study aims to get an image of character education implementation through learning in Padalarang 1 elementary school, West Bandung regency. The study subjects teachers and students by using a qualitative approach. Case study methods, interviewing data collection techniques, and observation, and data analysis were done qualitatively. The results show that before teaching, teachers should shape the students to take ‘niat’ (intention) to God, performing tasks, and practicing science, building relationships with students, understanding the conditions and personal characteristics of students, utilizing existing resources and conditions as well. Every day is started with teaching questions to students who pray and recite, explaining about the prayer, reading Quran and life purpose. The character values developed in learning are faith and devotion to the God Almighty, being independent of others, willing to sacrifice, being cooperative and responsible, discussion method, subjects-integrated, habituation, the activity structure of the heart, classroom-based character education and school culture, and education character objectives as the spirit and the foundation of education. Last but not least is conducting an as-sessment by observing the way of thinking, acting, and speaking, as well as attitudes and motivation of worship, asking to friends, teachers and parents.

Topic: Elementary Education

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91.

The History of primary school teacher education in Serang, Banten, Indonesia
Herli Salim

Indonesia University of Education, Serang Campus


Primary school teachers education in Banten has undergone a number of 
changes. These are secondary school for primary teachers education, Teachers college for primary school teachers education, and Bachelor degree for primary school teachers education.The article will focus 
on the program and the challenges of the primary school teachers 
education partcularly in Serang, Banten, Indonesia.

Topic: Elementary Education

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=183


92.

School Mapping and Distribution Analysis of Elementary and Middle Schools Based on Geographic Information System in Dramaga - Bogor
Azizah

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Geographic Information System (GIS) application in education sector can be used as supporting system in decision making or problem solving which relate to its geographic. This study attempts to analyze the spatial distribution of the schools in Dramaga through school mapping. The objects of study are elementary and middle level, because both are the entry-level of formal education. The objectives are to create school maps based on GIS, to analyze the coverage area of the schools and to calculate the social demands of education in the area. The school position data is collected by GPS device and converted into point in shape-file format using ArcView 3.3. Based on data collections, there are 48 schools in Dramaga that consist of 38 elementary schools and 10 middle schools. All villages already had elementary schools, but found that two villages had no middle school, both are Sukadamai and Ciherang. In year of 2016/2017, 1671 pupils graduated from elementary schools, but the current capacity of middle schools is only 1248 seats in whole area. To cover up the gap, local government should consider to adding 423 seventh grade seats of middle school or equivalent to thirteen new classrooms. Opening a new school can improve the educational access, especially in two villages with no middle school.

Topic: Geographic information Systems in Education

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=110


93.

The Effectiveness of Learning Management Systems at Higher Education
Nur Aedi

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


This research was conducted on 3rd semester at Faculty of Education in Indonesia University of Education. This research employed survey as the data collection technique. The problems occurred are the low of student learning motivation and the lack of creativity, especially in delivering questions to the lecture. The research used qualitative descriptive research method to find out the effectiveness of learning through the on-line instructional system. The participants were students who perform contract in educational administration, the amount is 45 students. The finding of the research was the effectiveness of learning through the on-line instructional systems, which was proven by the increasing of students’ interest in conducting the discussion to the lecturers and the others students.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=2


94.

ACADEMIC QUALITY DEVELOPMENT MODEL BASED ON TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP
Bambang Ismaya, Udin S Sa’ud, Aan Komariah, Diding Nurdin

Educational Administration Program
School of Postgraduate
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Transformational leadership helps higher education to frame their attitudes to move their university forward. It has four leader higher education characteristics. Of these, idealized influence is defined as leader’s behavior and the follower’s attributions about the leader. Inspirational motivation refers to the ways by which transformational leaders motivate and inspire those around them. Individualized consideration represents the leader’s continuing effort to treat each individual as a special person and act as a mentor who attempts to develop their potential. Finally, intellectual stimulation represents the leader’s higher education effort to stimulate followers to be innovative and creative to define problems and approach them in new ways. It is considered that who demonstrate these leader higher education characteristics of transformational leadership have effects on satisfaction leader University UII Yogyakarta and better performance at university. Therefore, this study purposes to discover the level of transformational leadership that higher education demonstrate at higher education during their administrative practices on daily basis. Results reveal that university demonstrate high level of characteristics of transformational leadership in terms of idealized influence, inspirational motivation, individualized consideration and intellectual stimulation behaviors.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=11


95.

Role Servant Leadership, Research Competency and Publication Competency On Organizational Commitment Of Lecturer and Its Implications On Lecturer Performance in Accounting Study Program Of Private Polytechnic In Great Bandung
Saptono Kusdanu Waskito S.E,MM

Politeknik Pos Indonesia
Jalan Sari Asih No 54 Sarijadi Bandung


These research is used for introduce new competency for Lecturer. There are Research Competency and Publicaton Competency. Location of This research are in 8 (eight ) private polytechnic which have Accounting Study Program in Great Bandung (Bandung City, West Bandung, Cimahi City).The independent variable are Servant Leadership, Research Competency, Publication Competency. The Intervening variable is Organizational Commitmen. The Dependent variable is Lecturer Performance. Population are 103 lecturers in Accounting Study Program of Private Polytechnics. Sample are 82 lecturers (decided by Slovin Equation). This research uses quantitative methods, survey, descriptive. The research instrumen is questionaire. The result of Research are Two.The First . The Organizational Commitment effects lecturer Peformance psitively and significantly. Value t account is 31,874 more than value t table. The Second. Servant Leadership, Research Competency, Publication Compeency effect Organizational Commitment simultantly. Value F account is 207,07 more than value F table.
Servant Leadership effects Organizational Commitment signficantly . Value t account 4,511 more than value t table. Research Competency effects Organizational Commitment significantly. Value t account 2,075.Publication Competency effects Organizational Commitment significantly. Value t account 2,862. If we want to improve Organizational Commitmen , we must improve the research competency first, because value t account for Research Competency is less than Servant Leadership and less than Publication Competency

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=20


96.

The Relationship between Process and Achievement Indicator of Student Learning
F.Arfines, S.Susanto, and S.Hawibowo

Magister Manajemen Pendidikan Tinggi
Sekolah Pascasarjana, Universitas Gadjah Mada
Jl. Teknika Utara, Pogung, Sleman, Yogyakarta, 55281
*arfines_fuska[at]yahoo.com


A high Grade Point Average (GPA) indicates a good achievement of student learning. It is theoretically a result of a good engagement in learning process. This study is exploring empirically the relationship between student engagement and student achievement in undergraduate programs at Universitas Gadjah Mada. The instrument for measuring the student engagement was adapted from NSSE - National Survey of Student Engagement and prepared for a student engagement survey program in Indonesia entitled ISSLA - Indonesian Survey of Student Learning Activities. The respondents of the study were first and senior year students. Statistical analysis was employed to interpret the data. The findings reveal the conclusions that a high GPA indicates a high student engagement but a low GPA is not necessarily an indication of low student engagement. It means that different forms of student engagement relate to different learning outcomes which may have not been measured in the GPA.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=75


97.

EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ACADEMIC PROGRAM AT PRIVATE HIGHER EDUCATION
Wresni Pujiyati E-mail : wresni.pujiyati@gmail.com Johar Permana E-mail : permanajohar@yahoo.com Dedy Achmad Kurniady E-mail : dedy_achmad@upi.edu

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


The problems faced in education today are very diverse, especially in higher education, among others are quality disparity, human capacity, graduates, and leadership. This research focuses on leadership in the administration of academic programs. This research uses qualitative approach through case study, with data source of leader and lecturer. The findings in this study indicate that leadership in academic programs of academic programs as part of building universities towards the future. Leadership is the foundation of development towards a future college. For that Leadership Effective needs to be applied. Recommendations based on the results of this study is that effective leadership is the foundation of development towards future universities. This research proposes an effective leadership model on private high-level education to develop quality, and college-generated graduates. So that private universities are able to develop the quality and the graduates produced in accordance with new technological developments.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=83


98.

Is ISSLA Reliable in Measuring Teaching Learning Quality in Indonesia Higher Education?
Sylvi Dewajani, Sahid Susanto, Singgih Hawibowo

Magister of Higher Education Management
Graduate School Studies
Gadjah Mada University


Indonesian Higher Education’s efforts in responding to the global challenges move very scrupulous. Several regulations were established to make sure that the changes and improvement of the quality can be at-tained. The needs of measurement to appraise the quality of teaching learning in swift and reliable approach is perceived. Accreditation used to be one of the approach in evaluate university’s performance, including teaching and learning process. Nevertheless, the result is not prompt and brief yet less specific on the daily process. Student evaluation also used to be held by the university, but mostly they are not reliable due to the students concern on the evaluation were not thoughtful.

ISSLA was adopted from NSSE that is common in US higher education institution in evaluating teach-ing learning process. ISSLA composed of very universal dimensions on teaching learning. This study seeks some evidence whether the dimensions of ISSLA can be reliably applied in Indonesia. Online survey was performed against 2004 Indonesian’s students. The results shows that most of the sub scales on ISSLA was highly reliable, with the  Cronbach ranged from 0.778 to 0.984. Meanwhile, the coefficient composite reliability of ISSLA was acquired 0.991. Lastly, the most interesting part about this study is on the factor analysis that stemmed into 9 dimensions instead of 10 as NSSE codebook. The results divided the ISSLA dimensions based on the empirical data that represents Indonesia uniqueness on teaching learning. This findings is very important as we want to develop a unique instrument to appraise the quality of teaching learning process in Indonesian context.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

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99.

MANAGEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIP AT THE SEBELAS MARET UNIVERSITY IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF GOOD UNIVERSITY GOVERNANCE
Anies Fortina Febriani, Drajat Tri Kartono, Didik G. Suharto

Universitas Sebelas Maret


The objectives of this study are: to know the description of the management of international partnership in Sebelas Maret University (UNS) from the perspective of Good University Governance, and to identify factors that affect the management of international partnership at the Sebelas Maret University. Sources of data obtained from sources person, places and events or activity that was observed, and also from documents. The sampling technique of this study is purposive sampling. The data collection technique is by interview, observation and document review. Triangulation techniques was used to ensure the validity of the data. Considering the result of research, it could be found that the principle of transparency has been accomplished on the mechanism that facilitates the public questions about the processes in governance but not in the application of the system of openness and the clearness and easiness to understand standardization all the processes of governance, and the mechanism for reporting and dissemination of information about aberrations action; the principle of accountability has been accomplished in the distribution and grouping of work in accordance with the duties and functions principally but not in the understanding of the duties and functions as a manager and executor of cooperation, and accountability mechanisms of the budget; the principle of responsibility is not yet implemented in the management of international cooperation; the factors that support the implementation of Good University Governance are human resources and authority, while the inhibiting factor are the organizational structure and coordination systems.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=116


100.

Resource management of educational personnel in Higher Education
yayah rahyasih; rasto

universitas pendidikan indonesia


This study is based on career development opportunities for educational personnel who have met the requirements of experience, term of office, and educational qualifications to occupy structural positions. Educational personnel who has been human resources supporting system, has a strategic role in the organization of a college. The management of career development for human resources personnel is an effort to improve the college quality service in academic and non academic activities. Policies, decisions and managerial matters for the University’s leaders, operationally require enormous contributions from education personnel. The research method used is research and development (R&D) and explorative survey. Primary data sources are non-lecturer staff at Indonesia University of Education both in main campus and campus area. Secondary data source include various parties related to the effort for developing the competence of human resources, that is: administrative staff, technician and laboran, and librarian. Research targets include: learning process, actual or existing competence, and expected competence. The most appropriate opportunity is educated personnel are given opportunities for further study or develop their competence through various education and training, mastery of science and technology, respond to organizational change intelligently.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=121


101.

THE CONTRIBUTION OF VISION AND ITS SHARING TO TEAM CO-OPERATION AND ITS FURTHER IMPACT ON THE SUCCESS OF LEARNING PROGRAM IN CHRISTIAN RELIGION HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDONESIA
Junihot M Simanjuntak

college student at educational administration departemen, faculty of education, Indonesia University of Education, e-mail: junihots[at]gmail.com


The reseach is aimed at answering the question: is there any correlation between vision and its sharing in simultaneous way to teamwork and to the success of learning program? Is there any impact of vision to the success of learning program in Christian religion higher education through its correlation with vision sharing to teamwork? The research uses quantitative methods due to the fact that data is in numbers and analysis techniques of the research uses multiple correlation techniques and is continued with path analysis. Population sample of 500 people are lecturers in Christian religion higher education in Indonesia whose program is accredited at least “B”. The results of the research show that vision and its sharing has connection 0.825 to teamwork. While vision and its sharing has relation of 0.750 with the success of learning program. Through path analysis it is found that the impact of vision on vision sharing with the success of learning program is only 0.117 while its correlation is 0.589. And it means that indirect impact between vision and success learning is 0.589-0.117 = 0.472. It is bigger compared with its direct correlations which is 0.117.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=129


102.

Womens Leadership as Top Management: The Construction of Society and The Cultural Dilemma
S. Nurbayani, S. Komariah, S. Nurohim & D. Nurhizkhy

Sociology Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Bandung, Jawa Barat, Indonesia.


The leadership of a woman in a top management position in educational institutions still amounts to little. This is inversely proportional to the number of women who are quite a lot in middle management position. This shows that women are skilled in work and academics have no difference. So what causes the number of women in top management positions very little? This research tries to explain how construction of society and culture affecting women to be in top management positions at educational institutions. The research was conducted at State University in Bandung with the number of informants as many as 17 people. The data were collected by observation technique, interview, and literature study, using qualitative descriptive analytical approach. The results of this study indicate that there are still gender issues in the academic community about women leaders. The lack of confidence in the ability to lead a woman, due to the construction of society and culture that forms the assumption that a leader must be male. So as to reduce the competition and the desire of women to compete, and bring out her weaknesses such as not daring to take risks to take the opportunity.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=145


103.

WebQEM as Alternative Measurement for University Website Towards Internationalization
Rino A Nugroho (a*), Adi P Utama (a), Monika S Yuliarti (b), Okki C Ambarwati (a), Noni S Kusumawati (a), Ismi D A Nurhaeni (a)

(a) Public Administration Science Department, Faculty of Social and Political Science, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Jl Ir. Sutami 36 A, Kentingan, Jebres, Surakarta, Indonesia
*rino.nugroho[at]staff.uns.ac.id
(b) Communication Science Department, Faculty of Social and Political Science, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Jl Ir. Sutami 36 A, Kentingan, Jebres, Surakarta, Indonesia


Internationalization is the keyword for most higher education management in the world including universities. In this era, the engagement between universities are enabled by the uses of website. Academic can easily find their colleagues from other universities by digging information through a university website and do research collaboration. This simple step of website searching might have big impacts on academic’s network and eventually affects university internationalization. Even though the use of university website plays a big role in international engagement, no standard has been set to measure the university’s website quality. This paper aims to propose WebQEM method as the standard of measuring the quality of university website with four criteria: Usability, Functionality, Efficiency and Reliability. As preliminary steps eleven top universities in Indonesia were observed as case study. Statistic descriptive and Delphi methods were utilized in this preliminary study. The result shown that among the top eleven universities in Indonesia most of them have good score in Usability and Functionality, very good score in Efficiency but very bad score in Reliability criteria. Another finding suggests the use of WebQEM in measuring university’s website as initial step toward internationalization. Practical and theoretical implications are further explained in the paper.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=161


104.

Current Condition of Students’s Awareness for Scientific Publication: Case in Bogor Ibn Khaldun University
Ruhenda & E. Mujahidin

Bogor Ibn Khaldun University


Reading and writing practice for students are remaining low in Indonesia if compare to other Southeast Asian countries. This condition becomes one reason of lack of their writing competencies. This case is also reflected in producing scientific publication after graduation, especially in private university. Therefore, efforts are needed to improve the ability to produce scientific work for students. This study was aimed to provide information address to current condition of students’s awareness for scientific publication. The method used was survey using questioners that conducted in Bogor Ibn Khaldun University addressed to undergraduate and graduated students as respondents. The results showed that 33% from 193 respondents have published their scientific task in journal, while others published only in faculty website. More information, it is caused by lack of awareness on publication responsibility and regulation of publication and also lack of encouragement from supervisors.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=188


105.

COMPETITION INDEX ETHICS EDUCATION SERVICES IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Dr. Hj. Erni R. Ernawan, S.E., M.M Dr. Taufani C. K, M.Sc.

Universitas Pasundan; Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


In the service of universities, the ethics aspect is very important, given the increasing awareness of the importance of ethical education (Newman, 2008). Ethics is a means of fulfilling service, it is in line with the principle of good business is good ethics which shows that service providers must have integrity to achieve long-term profit, so that ethics is a thing that must be maintained and implemented continuously. This research aims to compile The ethical index of educational services in universities with the approach of marketing of educational services. The research method applied is a quantitative approach, with the population is a sample of Private University Students and State Universities in Bandung. Outputs to be achieved in this study are the ethics index of college education services, scientific publications in national and international journals and obtain patents (Intellectual Property Rights). The newness of this research is the measuring instrument in the form of index of ethics of education service in university.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=189


106.

The Efficiency of the ICT-Based Instructions
Slameto

Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana Salatiga Jawa Tengah Indonesia


This research is aimed at measuring the efficiency of the ICT-based instructions at the Elementary School Teacher Education Program (ESTEP) and at identifying determinant factors which affect the program efficiency. The factors concerned are the instructional sequence, student’s learning motivation, and the quality of instructional planning. The data source is 1 class of stu-dents of Open/Distance Education (O/DL), ESTEP, Satya Wacana Christian University (SWCU) selected out of 4 classes, as many as 32 alumni. Data were screened by using self-rating scale which consists 40 items. It was found that the O/DL ESTEP, SWCU, Salatiga has a high degree of efficiency. Three efficiency determinant models were obtained; 1) the quality of instructional planning contributes 64.60%, 2) sequence contributes 76.30%, and 3) learning motivation contributes 85.90%. This new finding will be very useful for educational quality management concerning its efficiency, effectivity, and productivity of Higher Education.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=197


107.

Transformational leadership in higher education institutions and Employee Satisfaction Interventions
Laily Fardillah; Hendro Gunarto; Rizca Yunike Putri

Universitas Airlangga


Transformational leadership is one form of leadership that is widely believed to have colored a new paradigm of thinking about the essence of leadership in the era of globalization. The motivation is given aims to gain support and trust from employees. Employee empowerment by leaders with transformational style is an important component in developing the potential of employee performance improvement.
The purpose of this research is the magnitude of the direct influence of the transformational leadership style on the commitment of employees of the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences Airlangga University. The analysis technique used is path analysis using SPSS 13.0. The results of this data processing show that the direct influence of the transformational leadership style on organizational commitment is weaker than the indirect effect of transformational leadership on organizational commitment through job satisfaction variables. Thus, it can be concluded that the influence of transformational leadership style to organizational commitment through job satisfaction.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=206


108.

Entrepreneurial University in Thailand’s Higher Education Institutions
Wichai Siriteerawasu

Mahidol University


This article aims to present the concept of entrepreneurial university used as a basis of developing the education and learning system of higher education institutions in Thailand. It’s been known that the education and learning system in Thailand has been facing crisis for long time, altogether with the driving forces from global transformation. The initial development model focusing on solving problems could not be potentially effective. Thus, the foresight methods are needed to help enhance the quality of education service for preparing human resources to deal with those changes. Besides, the entrepreneurial concept is, at present, used for strategic planning including developing specific issues in certain contexts in some countries. Entrepreneurial University is mainly to authorize university, industry, and government to effect global change, engaging such a change through activities across all disciplines. Regarding entrepreneurial university Asian higher education intuitions, they are mostly based on western concepts. In terms of research conducted in Asian context, research about entrepreneurial university mostly encompasses East Asia and South East Asia. To Thailand’s Higher Education Institutions and Entrepreneurial Behaviors, forefront universities are highly expected to effectively respond to the nation’s demands with New Public Management NPM) which was introduced as a result of the state decentralization and the transfer of authority from state to universities. This article benefits for Thailand’s Higher Education Institutions to develop human resources consistent to Thailand educational reform, strategic planning in education and learning system, and sustainable growth in the future.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=211


109.

E-leadership of Thailand’s Higher Education Leaders in 2027
Kittiya Sathithada

Mahidol University


E leadership is gaining significance in this period of digital technology. Thus, in pursuit of the crucial goal of improving abilities of students, principals aiming to simplify school reform should have technological leadership capabilities. The E-leadership is the technology as the way for communication intervened between leaders and his or her followers in the new emerging social environment. The new technology-based work processes are needed in order to make virtual teams succeed. E-leadership is able to be accustomed with technologies and technology to current and balance the information during the operation. There are many dimensions of E leadership from the view of theorist such as involved with technology, maintain personal technology skills, support and motivate knowledgeable about technology. Current technology has become a critical component of management education. In the field of education, School administrators need to effectively develop both leadership skills and knowledge of the technology. Educational leadership should be more flexible to cope with technology-driven changes and developments. It is due to the fact that the Higher Education leaders play crucial roles in the adoption of ICT.
The Thailand Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Policy Framework (2001-2010) or IT2010 has guided the development of Thailand’s ICT in the first decade of the 21st century until the present. The flagships (the “5 e’s strategy) emphasize the development and application of ICTs in five strategic areas, namely, e-Government, e-Industry, e-Commerce, e-Education and e-Society, aiming to enhance the economy and quality of life of the Thai people and lead Thailand towards a knowledge based economy and society. Thailand towards 2020 as pertains to the Directions for ICT Development in The second decade of educational reform: computer equipment and internet will be a necessity in schools and at home. ICT may aid in developing academic content both formally and informally. It can also be used to help uplift the capacity of local education administrators in managing schools.
There is very little literature on e-leadership in higher education and there is few knowledge and research about E-leadership in Thailand’s Higher Educational leaders. The future research will identify the frontier knowledge of e-leadership that appropriate for Thai university. It is because future research can encourage the use of concepts, tools and processes that allow researcher to think long-term, consequentially, and imaginatively. It generally helps to conceptualize more just and sustainable human and planetary futures, develop knowledge and skills in exploring probable and preferred futures, understand the dynamics and influence that human, social and ecological systems have on alternative futures, conscientize responsibility and action on the part of researcher toward creating better futures.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=212


110.

Gender Role on the Effects of Human Capital and Social Capital on Academic Career Success
Nur Kholis

Islamic Education Management
UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya, Indonesia


This study examines the degree to which gender moderates the effects of human capital and social capital on academic career success, i.e., having higher academic ranks and leadership positions. 469 lecturers (men = 55.7%, women = 44.3%) from 18 universities in Indonesia returned survey questionnaires with analyzable quality. To examine the effects of career predictors on outcomes, hierarchical regression analyses were performed. Results show that older men and women tended to have higher academic ranks. Then, women tended to hold leadership positions when they are older, whereas men already had leadership positions at their younger age. Next, both committee appointment and intra-organizational networking were essential for achieving a leadership position. Inter-organizational networking was not important for women’s leadership position and was even counterproductive for men’s leadership position. The findings suggest that factors that contribute to men’s academic career success are not necessarily applicable to women’s academic career success.

Topic: Higher Education Leadership and Management

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=218


111.

SUSTAINING HUMAN RESOURCES IN ORGANIZATION VIA INVESTMENT PRACTICES
Fitri Nurmahmudah, Heri Nurdiyanto, Rahayu Retnaningsih

Graduate School
Yogyakarta State University
Yogyakarta - Indonesia


Human resources are indeed one of the main roles for the smoothness of the organization in which its presence has unique and critical characteristics compared to other resources. Various problems related to human resources is very complex, the sustainability of human resources which are related to the welfare of the employees.
The approach in this study of literature is by linking human resource management, achieving the vision of the organization’s vision, and human resource investment practices. Thus can provide the right solution in solving the problems of employees within the organization.
The finding in this study of literature shows that every employee who invests both in training and education can reduce the risk of individual problems within the organization. This is evidenced by the increased ability, breadth of insight, the number of friends for discussion, and extensive network.
The added value of this literature study is to make employees more prosperous and thus can provide motivation so that in completing the task of the organization can run well.

Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=21


112.

TEACHERS’ EMPOWERMENT STRATEGIES IN IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF SCHOOL (Case Sudy in SMAN 5 and SMA Darul Hikam kota Bandung)
Aty Susanti, Nasyith Forefry

Universitas Nurtanio


The purpose of this study is to describe, analyze and develop a strategic model of empowering high school teachers in Bandung. This study uses qualitative descriptive analytic method performed by a case study at both schools, namely: SMAN 5 and SMA Darul Hikam Bandung. Data collections are performed by observation, interview and studies on school documentation. Data processing is done through the process of data collection, data reduction, data presentation (display) and data verification. The data validation test includes a credibility test (internal validities), transferability test (external validities), dependability test (reliabilities), and conformability test (objectivities). Credibility test conducted by triangulates source interpreted as a data check from various sources in various ways and at various times. Based on the data processing, we can obtain the following results: Based on the study results, both school (SMAN 5 Bandung and SMA Darul Hikam Bandung) has established a process of technical policy strategy of teachers empowerment assigned on the school work meeting. Establishment of teachers empowering policies in schools all geared to improve the quality of schools, such as spiritual, social, knowledge, attitudes, and skills. The resulting policy implies the involvement of all stakeholders of the school. Teachers’ empowerment in the two schools has been planned but the implementation is not comprehensive and thus the school’s quality improvement is still not optimal. Supervision of the teachers’ empowerment on two schools has been directed to the appropriate criteria for the quality of teachers in improving the school quality and to meet customer satisfaction (students, parents and stakeholders). The impact of empowerment on two schools can be seen in the teacher’s performance quality, academic quality and commitment of teachers in both schools to increase school quality. Researchers recommend principals that in implementing the teachers’ empowerment through the school system based in service training; he should pay attention to aspects of desire, trust, confident, credibility, accountability and communication in improving school quality.




Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=43


113.

Influence Of Discipline And Commitment Towards Performance Of Civil Servants
Intan Nursanti

Educational Administration, School of Postgraduate,
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI)
Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi No. 229 Bandung, West Java, Indonesia 40154


This study aims to examine the effect of discipline (X1) and commitment (X2) towards performance (Y) of civil servants in PPPPTK TK and PLB Bandung. The research method used is descriptive quantitative approach. The sample of this study was 37 people working in the general section of the institution. Data collection method was done by using questionnaire. Data analysis techniques in this study using multiple linear regression analysis with the help of SPSS 20. The results showed that the discipline of work and commitment simultaneously have a positive effect on the performance of civil servants in PPPPTK TK and PLB Bandung. Adjusted R-Square of 0.192 shows that 19.2% of discipline and commitment variables affect employee performance, and the remaining 80.8% is influenced by other variables not tested in this study.

Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

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114.

DISCIPLINE, WORK SATISFACTION, AND EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE IN LPMP DKI JAKARTA
Sulaeman Ibrahim

Student of Post Graduate
Educational Administration Department
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Bandung


The focus of the problem in this study is how the performance condition of civil servants in government organizations. The objectives of the research are 1) work discipline, 2) job satisfaction, 3) employee performance and analysis 4) contribution of work discipline to employee performance, 5) contribution of job satisfaction to employee performance, 6) contribution of work discipline and job satisfaction to employee performance At the Institution of quality assurance of education (LPMP) in DKI Jakarta. The method used is descriptive method with quantitative approach with questionnaire as a tool of data collection to the employee at the Institution of quality assurance of education (LPMP) as many as 40 people. The results showed that the description of work discipline, job satisfaction, and employee performance in the high category. Work discipline makes a significant contribution to performance. Job satisfaction contributes significantly to performance. Work discipline and job satisfaction make a significant contribution to performance.



Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=78


115.

COMMITMENT, PERFORMANCE AND SERVICE QUALITY OF CIVIL SERVANTS IN PPPPTK TK AND PLB BANDUNG
Nurhana Mugiasih

Educational Administration, School of Postgraduate,
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI)
Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi No. 229, Bandung,
West Java Indonesia
40154


This study examined the commitment and performance of civil servants’ and their influence on quality of services either simultaneously or partially in PPPPTK TK and PLB Bandung This research method used descriptive quantitative approach. 37 respondents working in the general section of the institution were surveyed. The data were analyzed by using multiple linear regression in SPSS 20 application. The result showed that commitment and performance variable together can be used as predictor to predict the service quality of civil servants in PPPPTK TK and PLB Bandung equal to 44.2% (Adjusted R Square = 0.442) and the rest of 55.8% affected by other variables not investigated in this study.

Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

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116.

The improvement of educational system by optimizing human resources inside the Ministry of Education and Culture (Kemdikbud) toward the national development goal in Indonesia.
Erwin Risky Wardhani

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


This article focuses on management and optimization of human resources in government especially in Kemdikbud which has a responsible with educational system and its contribution towards national development goal in order to perform the equity and quality of education nationally.
This article explores theoretically and practically the management and optimization of human resource in performing their job according to their right and duty, especially described as human resources in Kemdikbud. Based on those topics, the article describes the strengths and weaknesses in optimizing human resources in Kemdikbud through the recruitment and mapping system in there. Also the study about current topics of policy related to human resource management system in Kemdikbud in the way of supporting national development program are discussed.
Through qualitative descriptive method, the interpretation of human resource management in Kemdikbud are described by comparing many relating sources. This article uses secondary data and references relating to the implementation of civil servant management in Kemdikbud gained through valid sources. The data extraction is obtained through literature review, observation, interview document analysis.
The data analysis and interpretation describes the concept and the implementation about the management and optimization of human resources on education especially in Kemdikbud. The important role of Kemdikbud as a leading sector in national education will emerge motivations and inspirations towards educational development and conserving national culture in a whole country. Beside that, there must be the improvement about policy for human resource management in Kemdikbud in order to perform the well-disributed and quality of education fully utilized by the whole element of indonesian people.

Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

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117.

Influence Head of Division’s Leadership to Increase Employee’s Work Motivation (Case Studies at Pusat Pengembangan dan Pemberdayaan Pendidik dan Tenaga Kependidikan Taman Kanak-Kanak dan Pendidikan Luar Biasa (PPPPTK TK-PLB) Bandung)
Eko Sunarso

Educational Administration, School of Postgraduate, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI)
Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi No. 229 Bandung, West Java, Indonesia 40154


Employee’s work motivation is an important part to push them to good and maximum in work for achieving expected goals in the organization. One of a factor to push work motivation are leadership.
The purpose of this research is to Describe Head of Facility and Competency Improvement Division leadership at PPPPTK TK-PLB Bandung used descriptive quantitative approach. Data collection by using questionnaire. With that questionnaire, we can know how Head of Facility and Competency Improvement Division in running her leadership functions that are an instructive function, consultative function, participation function, delegation function, and control function. And researcher can know the influence that function to motivate employee’s work at Facility and Competency Improvement Division.

Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

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118.

The influence of knowledge sharing to Employees’ Performance at PT Krakatau Engineering
Fetty Poerwita Sary, Dr1, Fatharani Maudi Gustsaniya2

1Prodi S1 Manajemen Bisnis Telekomunikasi dan Informatika, Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis, Universitas Telkom


In the era of knowledge today, organization is required to be able to manage knowledge to survive in industrial world. Knowledge management can control organization to reduce cost, and increase profit. Knowledge sharing is the important part of knowledge management, because it has big impact on employees’ performance.
This research was conducted at PT Krakatau Engineering by using knowledge sharing behavior as the independent variables which are knowledge donating and knowledge collecting. The dependent variable is employees’ performance. The purpose of this research is to determine the influence of knowledge donating and knowledge collecting on employees’ performance either simultaneously or partially at PT Krakatau Engineering. This research used quantitative method and questionnaires for collecting data. The respondents in this study are 145 employees of PT Krakatau Engineering.
The result showed knowledge donating (X1) and knowledge collecting (X2) have a significant effect on employees’ performance (Y) simultaneously. While, knowledge donating has no influence on employees partially, but knowledge collecting had an influence on employees’ performance partially. Therefore, knowledge sharing is very important to be applied to improve the employees’ performance at PT Krakatau Engineering.

Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

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119.

THE INFLUENCE OF WORK MOTIVATION ON TEACHERS PERFORMANCE AT SMK MEDIA INFORMATIKA JAKARTA
Dr. Fetty Poerwita Sary, SS., M.Pd1 ,Ronny Rachmadyansyah2

Prodi Manajemen Bisnis Telekomunikasi dan Informatika,
Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis, Universitas Telkom


Education is a vehicle that is very strategic in improving the quality of human resources which is the determinant factor of development. Teachers as professional educators have the main task of educating, teaching, guiding, directing, training, assessing and evaluating learners.
This study aims to find out how the motivation and performance of teachers in SMK Media Informatika Jakarta and see the influence of motivation (as independent variables) on performance (as a dependent variable) on teachers at SMK Media Informatika Jakarta.
This research is categorized as a descriptive and causality research. The sample technique used is purposive sampling; this research is done by distributing questionnaires to 42 teachers in SMK Media Informatika. The data used in this study are primary data (interview and questionnaire) and secondary data (number of teachers, absenteeism, teachers’ performance score and school profile). Data analysis techniques used is simple regression analysis.
Based on the results of data analysis, this study showed that the perception of teachers to motivation included in good category equal to 76,08%, perception of teacher to performance also included in good category equal to 74,89%, and motivation have significant effect to teacher performance equal to 66,3%

Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

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120.

CHANGE READINESS OF THE PRINCIPALS: DIGEST POTENCY OF STRATEGIC DECISION MAKING
Aceng Muhtaram Mirfani

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract
This working paper describes the tendency for the change of principals of an elementary school in one of the districts in West Java Province Indonesia is seen from the potential of strategic decision making. The method used is a descriptive method with survey approach supported by potential decision-making test, adopted from problem-solving inventory (Brain Injury Resource Center model). Based on the calculation of the general trend of respondents, as many as 160 people, who only served between 6-24 months, most are still constrained in identifying the generic problems. Based on the potential of conceptual and technical skills in decision making that generally have not shown sufficient mastery, then the level of preparedness change as a professional school principal is still categorized as low. The results of the analysis and discussion come to the conclusion of the need for intensive coaching in improving the competence of the principals, especially in the creative development skills to find alternative solutions and initiate novelty efforts.

Topic: Human Resource Development in Education Organization

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121.

Assessing the Intention to Use Technology among School Counselor from the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) Perspective
Catharina Tri Anni; Haryono; Sunawan

Faculty of Education, Universitas Negeri Semarang, Semarang, Indonesia


Present study was intended to clarify school counselors’ intention of computer technology usage to support school counseling services. A total 120 school counselors were involved in correlational study. A structural equation modelling was applied to analysis the data of this study. Results showed that perceived easy to use predicts perceive of usefulness and attitude toward computer use. Perceived of usefulness also predict attitude toward computer use. Finally, attitude toward computer predict intention to use computer. Discussion of present study was intended to understand the technology acceptance of school counselor from Indonesian culture.

Topic: Internet technologies in Education

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122.

DEVELOPMENT OF E-LEARNING MATERIALS BASED ON EDMODO MATERIALS OF REMOTE SENSING IN GEOGRAPHY LEARNING
Fitri Indriani, Sigit Santoso, Sarwono

Universitas Sebelas Maret


Generally, learning only uses face to face in the classroom read a printed book, and writes, but nowdays the technology is developing. The use of internet and mobile devices contionues to increase. E-learning is a teaching material using the latest technology, delivery using web based. One of the web that are used in e-learning is Edmodo. Edmodo is an education based application that can be used for learning without space and time but can be controlled. The research objectives are 1) To know the level of readiness af teachers and students in e-learning; 2) to know the criteria of Edmodo based e-learning teaching materials; 3) to develop e-learning materials using Edmodo based. Methods in research and development (R&D) used the model of Borg and Gall (1998) and the experiment used pretest-posttest control group design. The sample data was determined by cluster sampling technique. Data collection technique were used questionnaire and experiment. Data analysis used descriptive qualitative technique. The result of the study were :1) Based on the measurement of e-learning readiness, it is concluded that students and teachers are ready in e-learning; 2) Learning remote sensing materials required e-learning materials (e-book, powerpint, and animation video) that could be accessed using internet by Edmodo because it facilitated in accessing material; 3) The development of e-learning materials based on Edmodo remote sensing material validated by experts and responded by students. So, with the development of teaching materials e-learning based on Edmodo education can be used as innovation to utilize the internet as much as possible in supporting learning.

Topic: Internet technologies in Education

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123.

IMPLEMENTATION OF BLENDED LEARNING METHODS ASSISTED WITH EDMODO APPLICATION
Rini Ekayati

Universitas Muhammadiyah Sumatera Utara


This study aims specifically to analyze the responses of students and lecturers about the implementation of Edmodo as the internet-based media used in learning and teaching process. It is conducted to measure the usefulness of Edmodo as media in the learning and teaching process in terms of students and lecturers as the main component in the process. A qualitative descriptive method is chosen to be used in this research. This method allows a researcher to examine carefully the circumstances and symptoms that occur in certain individuals or groups, so it can figure out carefully the response of the use of Edmodo application in blended learning model. The subjects are students and lecturers of English Education Program of FKIP UMSU. The data used in this study comes from interviews, questionnaires, and documents related to research topics. The result shows a positive response. This response implies that the students and the lecturers have positive perception towards the implementation of blended-learning method assisted with Edmodo application.

Topic: Internet technologies in Education

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124.

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF GALLERY WALK COOPERATIVE LEARNING TO ENHANCE STUDENTS’ INTELLECTUAL SKILL
Nisrina, Sapriya

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


The objective condition of semester final exam result of Civic Education explained that 96 percent of students of class X TEI-B SMK Teknologi Industri Pembangunan Cimahi obtain score under standard of learning completeness. This is the problem as result of students’ intellectual skill which is low. Therefore, this study is aimed to enhance students’ intellectual skill. Population in this quasi experimental study is class X SMK Teknologi Industri Pembangunan Cimahi. Sample of this study is students of class X TEI B (experiment class) who use cooperative learning model of gallery walk and X TEI C (control class) who use cooperative learning model with mind mapping. The study result showed 92 percent of students in experiment class obtain posttest score which is higher compared to pretest score. Based on result of Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test, then p value (Asymp. Sig. 2 tailed) of 0.000 where the value is less than critical limit of study of 0.05 so it means that there is significant difference between pretest and posttest in experiment class. Hence, it can be concluded that cooperative learning of gallery walk type capable to enhance students’ intellectual skill.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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125.

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING WITH GALLERY WALK TYPE TO ENHANCE STUDENTS’ PARTICIPATORY SKILL
Nisrina, Sapriya

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


The objective condition in SMK Teknologi Industri Pembangunan Cimahi find problem of students’ participatory skill in which they are less responsible in finishing the task, lack of initiative and creativity, lack of discipline and openness to seek new knowledge. Therefore, this study aims to enhance students’ participatory skill. The population of this quasi experimental is class X with sample are X TEI B (experiment class) and X TEI C (control class). The result of questionnaire which is given after implementing civic education learning by using cooperative learning with gallery walk type state that 68 percent of students prefer to attend to their friend ideas during discussion, 44 percent of students actively discuss learning task responsibly. Besides, it also found that 32 percent of students can express their understanding clearly, effectively and creatively, and 38 percent of students prefer to express their ideas orally and in written. The high percentage of indicator in this questionnaire shows that cooperative learning with gallery walk type capable to enhance students’ participatory skill.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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126.

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ‘MOBIL JUARA’ PROGRAM TO INCREASE READING INTEREST FOR THE SOCIETY
Priyanka Permata Putri, Danica Dwi Prahesti

Research and Publication Rumah Zakat Pusat


The high reading interest society is very influential on the progress of a country. Where indonesian society still has a very low level for reading interest, whereas with reading, someone will have a vast knowledge, open creativity, high imagination, advanced thinking and become beginning of inteligent and intellectual human empowerment. One of inhibiting factor of reading interest is due to lack of supporting facilities to read is a library. In Indonesia from 77.095 villages, there are only 23.281 libraries in that villages or about 30%. From 258.000 schools and madrasah, there are only 118.599 libraries in that school and madrasah or about 49,96%. Rumah Zakat which is a philanthrophy institute found a ‘Mobil Juara’ program, with a purpose for foster interest reading to society, this is an effort to present a support facility to read for society and make reading as a habit. The purpose of this research is to find out how the effectiveness of ‘Mobil Juara’ program in foster interest reading for society. The type of this research is qualitative research and data source comes from primary data and secondary data. Result of research show that a ‘Mobil Juara’ program which until june 2017 is located in Cilegon and Solo, viewed from percentage of beneficiaries is 176,1% in Cilegon and 88% in Solo from beneficiaries target, and through the audio visual facilities for early stimulation in foster interest reading, equipping books for increase knowledge, and make society understand internet-based computers due to the development of technology, then society can read information who served via internet. ‘Mobil Juara’ activity very effective to foster interest reading because area visited by ‘Mobil Juara’ is a region which less has a facility to reading.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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127.

Vocabulary teaching as a warm-up activity in teaching listening to non-English majored students
Lam Giang NGUYEN THI

Vinh University, 182 Le Duan street, Vinh city, Vietnam


This action research aims to investigate the difficulties that non-English majored students in large sized classes have when learning EFL listening. The data revealed that the biggest obstacle for the participants in learning listening skill is lack of necessary vocabulary. Different methods of teaching vocabulary such as the Word Map, Crosswords and Matching were applied in the pre-listening stage in order to help the participants improve their listening ability. A shift from individual work to group work and from traditional group work to cooperative group work was made in the hope to obtain better results. It was found that cooperative group work had positive impacts on the participants’ acquisition of vocabulary, which helps enhance their listening comprehension. Some suggestions were also made in order to have a better result in the next step in the future.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

PermaLink: http://icream.conference.upi.edu/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=33


128.

THE NEED ASSESSMENT OF INTERACTIVE ELEKTRONIC PHYSICS BOOK AND LEARNING METHODS TO GROW SELF-EFFICACY
Agus Suyatna & Eko Suyanto

University of Lampung, Lampung Province, Indonesia


This study aimed to investigate the main factors that make students confident in facing the national examination of physics, students response to current physics books, and expectations of books and methods of physics learning. The research method used is descriptive. Data collected from 697 students of class XII senior high school in Lampung Province. Data were analyzed quantitative descriptively. The results showed, the factors that influence self-efficacy are teaching methods used by teachers, complete physics books, shared learning friends, follow tutoring, have the test banks, adequate schools facilities, and has an interactive electronic physics book that can guide learning independently. According to students, the available physics books lacked hope. Students want to learn physics by doing experiments and more exercises. Students require physics books containing physical material descriptions equipped with videos showing physical phenomena, containing interactive test with feedback for exam exercises and preparatory admission to college, contains experiment simulation which can be done individually or group.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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129.

Students Change Readiness and How Would They Perceive a Company That Is Great To Work in
Anita Maharani

Bina Nusantara University


Evaluating method of teaching is needed for lecturers. Why? since every students will have their uniqueness. Not to mention, classroom that followed by students that has to retake. This research is meant to evaluate the method of teaching in Introduction to Business and Management, and focus on one chapter that speaks about Corporate Culture and Environment. The challenge was, how to explain this chapter, and students will understand clearly, without becoming confused or even shows no understanding. Method of research is by descriptive study, and respondents of this research are 23 students that followed Introduction to Business and Management. The expected result of this research is that this research may contribute to teaching improvement for students that has to retake class.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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130.

Effectiveness of Role-playing Method to Improve Student’s Achievement and Attitude in Learning Psychotropic and Addictive Substances in Junior High School
Adinda

International Program on Science Education (2013)
Indonesia University of Education


This research was conducted based on the writer experiences during her school days and according to writer observation during the observational stages of her teaching practices last semester, science teachers in a public junior high school in Kota Bandung commonly prefer their students to watch and listen during science lessons, rather than make the student taking part in the physical and intellectual activity of the material being learn. Role playing take as a method in the learning implementation because the theory of the use of role-playing in science teaching and learning as with ‘active’, ‘child-centered’ learning was that students were encouraged to be physically and intellectually involved in their lessons. This quantitative experimental research used matching pretest - post-test comparison group. The characteristic of this design was both groups have different treatment which was chosen by convenience or haphazard sampling, means the population were chosen based on their relative ease of access so it was not based on the pretest score result. Control group was learn psychotropic and addictive substances by discussion method while experimental group learned psychotropic and addictive substances by role-playing method using three types of role-playing they were presentation, theater in education and simulation. The result of post-test result of control group average score is 7 and experimental group is 9.1 and the result of attitude scale average of control group is 7.9 and experimental group is 8.3. Both post-test and attitude scale result of experimental group are better than control group.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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131.

The Implementation of 5E Learning Cycle Model to Improve Learning Outcomes in Biology Lessons
Febriani Mislianingsih

Educational Administration Program
School of Postgraduate
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


This study motivated from students complaints about boring learning in biology lessons. They are less active in the learning process, consequently, their learning outcomes become less satisfactory. Thus, a learning model is needed that actively invites students in the learning process such as 5E learning cycle model. The 5E learning cycle model is a student-centered learning model with several learning stages: Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate, and Evaluate. In this study, the implementation of 5E learning cycle model, based on the constructivist approach, which is used for teaching in 10th-grade students of SMAN 22 Bandung. The research method used is pre-experimental with one group pretest-posttest design because it does not use control class in research. The subjects were 10th-grade students of SMAN 22 Bandung class XI IPA 1 which amounted to 38 people. The research instrument used in the form of objective test (multiple choice) as many as 35 questions. Based on the results of data analysis, it can be concluded that there is an increase in student learning outcomes by using 5E learning cycle model in biology lessons

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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132.

The Implementation of Peer Teaching Model on Aquatic Leaning in a Big Class of Semester 1 Student of Future Physical Education Teachers at Faculty of Sport and Health Education (FPOK), Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI), Bandung
E Nugraha, Carsiwan, C U Abdullah

FPOK UPI


Big classes require appropriate teaching and learning model to implement. This study tries to investigate students’ push and glide skill that is considered the most dominant movement in freestyle stroke. The method used is quasi-experimental and the population is a group of students year of 2014 who take aquatic class. In this study, the sample is divided into three homogeneous groups (class A, class B, and class C) based on the test of push and glide skill. Class A and class C are treated using peer teaching while class B is taught using direct instruction. Both categories are taught for eight sessions. Based on the statistical computation, the results of first and second tests of the push and glide skill for each class is 22% (class A), 38% (class B), and 40% (class C). Finally, this paper concludes that the skill push and glide skill in freestyle stroke of class that is taught using peer teaching model is better than that of class taught using direct instructional.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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133.

The Effect of Cooperative Integrated Reading Composition (CIRC) on Writing Critical Essay at English Study Program of University of Pasir Pengaraian
Batdal Niati, Ummi Rasyidah

University of Pasir Pengaraian


Essay is the most essential part in writing critical essay. The students have to comprehend essay well and able to write critical essay. Thus, to improve their ability, a research was needed. The purpose of this research is to investigate whether students who are taught by cooperative integrated reading composition (CIRC) have better writing critical essay than those who are taught by small group discussion. This research was quasi experimental research; nonequivalent control group design. The treatments were only done in experimental class while control class is taught as usual. Population and sample of this research are same. It consists of two classes. They are forty students. Control class is taught by small group discussion and experimental class is taught by cooperative integrated reading composition (CIRC). Writing test was used to collect the data. The data were analyzed by using independent t-test. The finding was students who are taught by cooperative integrated reading composition (CIRC) have better scores of writing critical essay than those who are taught by small group discussion. The finding enrichs theories about method in teaching writing critical essay subject.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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134.

The Implementation of Problem-Based Learning (PBL) Model to Enhance Critical Mathematical Thinking Ability of the 7th Grade Students in SMP Negeri 2 Situraja Sumedang
Reina Anggia Adriana

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


This study was motivated by students’ low ability in solving mathematical problems critically, thus it requires a real problem in order to find the solution. One attempt to cultivate students critical thinking skills is the use of Problem-Based Learning (PBL) model. Generally, the research problems of this study can be formulated as follows: whether the improvement of critical mathematical thinking skills based on the implementation of PBL model is better than the traditional model? Then, how is the students’ response toward the implementation of PBL model? Based on these problems, the purpose of this research is to measure the improvement of students critical thinking skills after the implementation of PBL model and their attitude toward mathematics learning though the use of PBL model.
This study employs quasi experimental method, and the objects of this study are 7th grade students taken from two classes of SMP Negeri 2 Situraja. The first class, VII C, is used as experiment class that implements PBL model and the other class, VII B, is used as the control class that implements traditional model. The classes are randomly selected in which each class consists of 36 students. The research data were collected through written test of critical mathematical thinking ability in the form of preliminary test and final test to measure the improvement of the students’ critical thinking ability and questionnaire given to the experimental class students after finishing the lessons in order to identify the students’ attitude toward the implementation of PBL model.
The results show that the improvement of critical mathematical thinking ability based on PBL model is better than the implementation of traditional model, and that the students give positive response to the use of PBL model.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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135.

Pahuwathanatham: The Alternative strategy Conflict Resolution Education in Conflict Resolution Nuance Ethnicity and Religion
Rengga Akbar Munggaran (Author), Elly Malihah (Correspondence Author), Siti Komariah (Correspondence Author)

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


The conflict in southern Thailand should be a concern, as it relates to ethnic and religious conflict. The big difference from this, the conflict spreading and growing added that threaten a countrys sovereignty and peace. Therefore, the necessary strategy in resolving the conflict in the community, one of which can be done through problem solving skills in education. This article focuses explain how Pahuwathanatham which is one form of activity in South Thailand school can attempt to resolve or minimize conflicts with problem solving strategies. Case method with a qualitative approach considered appropriate to analyze the issues concerning this conflict. Results from this study showed that in addressing the conflict, the role of schools create special activities aimed at resolving the conflict through education, namely the presence of Pahuwathanatham. Learning is able to develop problem-solving ability is based on the development of attitudes, skills and knowledge of learners in resolving the conflict, so that those conflicts are resolved in a constructive way

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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136.

What Kind of Worksheet to Improve Argumentative Skill?
Tuti Widyawati (a*), Agus Suyatna (b), Abdurahman (b), Viyanti(c)

a.SMK N 6 Bandar Lampung, Lampung
Jl. RE Martadinata Teluk Betung Bandar Lampung, Indonesia
*tutiwidyawati14[at]yahoo.co.id
b. Magister Pendidikan Fisika Universitas Lampung, Indonesia
Jl Prof Dr Soemantri Brojonegoro Bandar Lampung
c. Program Doktor Pendidikan IPA UNS, Solo


The aim of this research is to develop guided inquiry worksheet in order to improve students argumentative skill. Research and development design consist of four stages; need assessment, initial product development, validation and revision phase, and pilot phase and revision. The subjects of this study were 5 physics teachers and 9 students from public high school in Bandar Lampung. Data were collected through questionares and qualitative analyze. Worksheet legibility obtain information from students and teachers. Worksheet was produced into. In introduction part there is a material prologue. In the content part there are: displaying phenomena, formulating problem, writing hypotheses, conducting experiments, analyzing experimental results, drawing conclusions, and presenting experimental result. The conclution section is a practical exercise to practice students argumentative skill. Material and design experts stated that worksheet is very suitable to be used. Students and teachers claim that worksheet is interesting, easy to understand and useful.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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137.

Students Perception on Supervised and Unsupervised Computer Based Test
Rino A Nugroho (a), Okki C Ambarwati (b), Noni S Kusumawati (b), Monika S Yuliarti (c)*

(a) Lecturer of Public Administration Science, Faculty of Social and Political Science, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Ir. Sutami street 36 A, Kentingan, Jebres, Surakarta, Indonesia
(b) Post Graduate Student in Public Administration, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Ir. Sutami street 36 A, Kentingan, Jebres, Surakarta, Indonesia
(c) Lecturer of Communication Science, Faculty of Social and Political Science, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Ir. Sutami street 36 A, Kentingan, Jebres, Surakarta, Indonesia
*monika.yuliarti[at]staff.uns.ac.id


Computer Based Test (CBT) was used in various test as a replacement to Paper and Pencil Test (PPT). Many studies have been conducted to solicit the advantageous and disadvantageous of these two methods. With the advancement of teaching methods and technology there are plenty variations of CBT including supervised and unsupervised ones. Compare to studies on CBT versus PPT only limited studies have been conducted to probe the difference between supervised and unsupervised CBT. Like many other test, CBT might be supervised that is conducted in class or unsupervised that is conducted anywhere on earth. This paper aims to fill the gap by providing insight on how supervised and unsupervised CBT differs in terms of student perception towards the test. Survey was conducted as tools of data collection. Two classes consist of 40 students were requested to answer the questionnaire. The data was analysed using Spearman correlation to gather result about student perception towards CBT use and whether it correlates with continue using CBT as test media preferences. The result indicates that students who prefer CBT method were more willing to continue using CBT. Research implication is described in the paper.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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138.

PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT BASED INKUIRI ARE LICENSED TO MEASURING STUDENTS STUDENT ARGUMENTATIONS
Saiful Imam Ali Nurdin 1*), Undang Rosidin 2, Agus Suyatna 2,Viyanti3

1SMA Yayasan Pembina Universitas Lampung
2 Magister Pendidikan Fisika Universitas Lampung
3 Program Doktor Pendidikan IPA UNS


This research aims to produce a guided inquiry based performance assessment to measure students argumentation skills. This research is a development research with 4-D model (Four D Models) which consist of define, design, develop, and disseminate. This research is done until the develop stage such as expert validation test and limited trial. Research subjects on a limited trial is class XI SMA YP Unila with the number of students as many as 34 students. The results of this research is the development of performance assessment is feasible, valid, and reliable to measure students argumentation skills that contain the lattice problem. Problems developed include plausible choice of plural, answer key, and assessment rubric.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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139.

Teaching in Blended Learning Environments at STMIK DCI Tasikmalaya
Dr. Djadja Achmad Sardjana S.T., M.M

STMIK DCI Tasikmalaya


This article seeks to provide a clear (coherent) framework for the transformation of Blended Learning. The context is for the development of teaching in higher education at STMIK DCI Tasikmalaya. It focuses on teaching in terms of design, facilities, direction, and assessment. The presence of Virtual Class and Online Learning makes the interaction and involvement of teachers and students in learning to be changed (there is a new way). This change requires role adjustment and understanding of the concept of teaching presence to produce deep and meaningful learning. Teaching presence means the effort and activity of design, facilities, and direction of the cognitive and social processes in the learning community in order to realize meaningful and valuable self-learning.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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140.

REMEDIATION OF MISCONSEPSION OF STRAIGHT MOTION KINEMATICS
Yaspin Yolanda

Physics Education STKIP PGRI LUBUKLINGGAU


This study aims to (1) find out the percentage change of kinematic misconscope of motion
straight after remediation, (2) Student Response in remediation implementation with
cooperative learning approach Student Team Achievement Division (STAD) class X MAN 1
Model Lubuklinggau Lesson Year 2015/2016. Subjects were 21 students based on purposive
sampling technique based on previous research conducted by Novitasri, N.M (2016). The
research method used is descriptive qualitative. Technique of data collecting done by
triangulation that is diagnosis understanding student concept, interview and questionnaire of
student response in learning. Remediation of misconceptions with cooperative learning
approach Student Team Achievement Divisions (STAD) showed that from 17 items tested
before remediation mean misconception percentage 80,11% (former researcher) and after
remediation to 37,53% 42.58%. Student response after remediation using STAD learning is
very good.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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141.

THE PARTNERSHIP MODEL OF SUSTAINABILITY PUBLIC ASSETS FUNCTION IN THE CITY OF MAKASSAR
Imran Ismail

STIA Prima Sengkang Sulawesi Selatan


Background research by phenomenon of the gap between government and private roles in the management of public assets. Government has the functions and responsibilities in the provision of public assets function but in fact the government has the capacity of resources, especially funding tends to be limited to producing output of public assets is certainly higher
This study aims to analyze the role model of actor partnerships, types of strategic partnership and implementation of the components in the continuity of the function of Makassar public assets. This research is a qualitative with case study approach , describe sustainability partnerships in the management of public assets through the function of an actor of partnerships (government, private, public and the press), the type of partnership, the implementation of the five strategic components in supporting the sustainability Karebosi public assets function in city of Makassar. Data were collected through primary data and secondary data in accordance with the proportion of the objectives to be achieved in this research.
The actor of partnership (government, private, public and press) until this time is only business economy oriented (private goods), for the public services, incomes and job opportunities. Even there are common interest, but the different needs for government, private, public encourage partnership of Makassar public asset management. The Model of partnership relations generally is consultative and none is collaborative, tends dominated by private side in management of Makassar public assets.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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142.

The Internalization of Intrinsic Religious and Adversity Quotient Education of Multilingual Program in Madrasah MuAllimaat Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta
Sutarman; Heru Kurnianto TJahjono; Tasman Hamami

Universitas Ahmad Dahlan Yogyakarta; Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta;Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta


This study aims to find out the deeper on the model of education in multilingual program in Madrasah Muallimaat Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta which covers: (1) education on spiritual quotient; (2) education on adversity quotient; and (3) positive impact on the model of education for the students of multilingual program. This research is field and qualitative research through discriptif approach. Research subjects taken as a sample are: a) Madrasah stakeholders; and b) nine students in multilingual program. The results of this study are as following: (1) the transformation of intrinsic religiosity value for multilingual students; (2) the transformation values of adversity quotient : a) students be patient, that is refraining when facing difficulties and trying to find solution; b) be optimistic and have a resilient spirit, c) having passion and earnest in studying; and d) trust only to Allah Swt.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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143.

THE ERROR ANALYSIS OF SETSUBIGO ~NIKUI, ~ ZURAI, AND ~ GATAI IN JAPANESE SENTENCES (The Descriptive Research on Semester VII’s Students of JPBJ FPBS UPI Academic Year 2013/2014)
Anindya Nurhandini

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


This research investigates error analysis of using setsubigo ~nikui, ~zurai, and ~gatai. The research aims to determine what types of errors and what are factors that cause errors in using setsubigo ~nikui, ~zurai, and ~gatai performed by semester VII’s students of JPBJ FPBS UPI.
The method uses is a descriptive method, the type is a survey. To obtain data, the instruments used are an objective test, subjective test, and questionnaire. The technique of data collection is one shoot models. The sample is 45 semester VII’s students of JPBJ FPBS UPI.
Based on the results that error of using ~nikui can categorize into types of error in using setsubigo on multiple choice questions 35.24%, error on short field questions 44.45%, error on essays questions 13.33%, the error of deformation and writing vocabulary on essays questions 28.89%.
The error of using ~zurai can categorize into types of error in using setsubigo on multiple choice questions 62.22%, error on short field questions 73.87%, error on essays questions 40%, the error of deformation and writing vocabulary on essays questions 31.11%.
The error of using ~gatai can categorize into types of error in using setsubigo on multiple choice questions 59.05%, error on short field questions 51.85%, error on essays questions 24.44%, the error of deformation and writing vocabulary on essays questions 28.89%.
Factors that cause the occurrence of errors in using setsubigo ~nikui, ~zurai, and ~gatai is not understood differences in using a third of setsubigo, limited book that explains about third of setsubigo detail, no material about setsubigo ~zurai, and ~gatai in lectures book, less detailed explanation from lecturer, not understand the context of sentences, and less looking for additional material and only rely on material taught in the lectures.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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144.

Model English Language Learning based on Information Communication Technology (B-ICT) in primary school.
Riskandi, M.Zaim, Hermawati Syarif, Nurhizrah Gistituati

Pascasarna S3 UNP


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 based on Information Communication Technology (B-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 based on Information Communication Technology (B-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 based on Information Communication Technology (B-ICT) in elementary school as follows: (1) Conduct a needs analysis study model B-ICT, (2) Design model of language learning United IMB-ICT, (3) Develop a model of learning English B-ICT in raw form learning model. Both models of learning English B-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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145.

Reflective Thinking Skill Of Vocational High School Students In Linear Program Material
Dyah Ayu Sulistyarini (a*), Imam Sujadi (b), Sri Subanti (c)

a)Post Graduate Program of Mathematics Education, Sebelas Maret University
*rinidyahayu[at]gmail.com
b)Departement of Mathematics Education, Sebelas Maret University
c)Departement of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Sebelas Maret University


The aims of this research was to describe the characteristics of reflective thinking process of the students in Grade X of Vocational High School of SMK Citra Medika Sukoharjo who have the high abilities in solving linear program problems. This research used qualitative case study approach. The data of research were gathered through task-based in-depth interview. The results of research were the characteristics of reflective thinking process of the students as follows the students with the high initial ability in Mathematics: (a) in the problem understanding phase, they were able to mention information of the problems and to explain what has been done; (b) in the problem-solving planning phase, they were able to identify the concept of the problems and to explain what has been done; (c) in the implementation of problem-solving plan phase, they were able to realize the mistakes and to fix them, to examine the truth of an argument, to employ the internal knowledge, to relate the information that they have known, and to communicate ideas with symbols instead of pictures or direct objects; and (d) in the reexamination phase, they were able to draw conclusions to return the answers back into the contexts and to explain what has been done

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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146.

Assessing Collaborative Problem Solving competency through integrated theme based teaching on chapter nitrogen – phosphorus (chemistry Grade 11 – Vietnam K12 education program)
Vu Phuong Lien, Nguyen This Phuong Vy, Le Thai Hung

University of Eudcation, Vietnam National University, Hanoi


This study focuses on designing tools to assess collaborative problem solving competency (CPS) in teaching chemistry. We present two preliminary results: the first one is building a toolkit and assessment criteria used for assessing CPS, the other is conducting the pedagogical experiment through integrated theme based teaching on chapter Nitrogen – Phosphorus at Viet Duck high school. Our experiment results confirm the high reliability of the toolkit and help students improve their CPS.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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147.

Applying formative assessment techniques to promote students’ learning outcomes and interest in teaching the "Refraction of the light" topic (Physics Grade 11 – Vietnam K12 education program)
Le Thai Hung, Le Thi Hoang Ha, Le Thi Thanh Thu

University of Eudcation, Vietnam National University, Hanoi


Assessment, especially classroom assessment techniques (CATs) is widely recognized as a vital component of teaching practice. To add one more proof to this confirmation, this study has been conducted to discover some impacts of practising CATs in Physics teaching to Grade 11 students in Vietnam on their improvement of learning interest and outcomes. Some CATs were utilized to design assessment activities, then put into practice. Observation and questionnaire survey were then conducted to collect data on students’ emotional responses during the instruction and by the end of instruction. A test to summatively measure students’ learning outcomes, administrated in two groups: with and without CATs practising to evaluate the effectiveness of the CATs. The research results have shown that the assessment activities have actually facilitated students interest and engagement in the lesson. Moreover, thanks to the practice, students’ learning outcomes are considerately promoted.

Topic: Method, Media and Evaluation of Learning

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148.

A Systematic Framework for Knowlegde Sharing Within Higher Education
Nizar Alam hamdani

Universitas Garut


Knowledge Sharing is an essential part of the process of knowledge exchange in higher education, with a good knowledge sharing enables the process of knowledge exchange among lecturer and between lecturer and students. Knowledge exchange process can improve the capability of knowledge management so that the higher education can be run effectively and efficiently. This research is focused on knowledge sharing support within higher education for improvement higher education capabilities. In this study, researchers used the descriptive method with qualitative research approach in naturalistic data collection and the authors own as a research instrument. This research conducted at several universities with purposive sampling. Based on the research results of knowledge sharing has the support of the leadership of the universities but the intensity is still low, this is due to the activities of research and dissemination of low intensity. Therefore we need a systematic framework for improving the knowledge sharing in higher education

Topic: Organizational Culture in Education Administration and Management

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149.

ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR AND WORK DISIPLINES AND THE EFFECT ON WORK ACHIEVEMENT (Analytical Descriptive Study State Junior High School Teacher in Wanasari Sub-district - Brebes Regency)
Alkaf Ibrahim Aji, Ipong Dekawati, Dadang Suhendar

Management Program
School of Postgraduate
Universitas Wiralodra


The focus of this research is how big the influence of organizational behavior and work discipline on teacher work performance at state junior high school in Wanasari Sub-district of Brebes Regency either partially or multiple regression. The research method used is descriptive and verification method, with Likert scale questionnaire data collection technique, to 54 teachers at state junior high school in Wanasari Sub-district of Brebes Regency. The results showed that: 1) There is a significant influence between the organizational behavior on teacher work performance of 42.23%, while the remaining 57.77% is determined by other factors. 2) There is a significant influence between work discipline on teacher work performance of 56.81%, while the remaining 43.19% is determined by other factors. 3) There is a significant influence between organizational behavior and work discipline simultaneously on teacher work performance at state junior high school in Wanasari Sub-district of Brebes Regency is 68,23%, while the rest 31,77% is determined by other factors. Good job performance is one of the goals that must be achieved every school, various ways can be done to improve job performance, among others by implementing the correct organizational behavior. Organizational behavior here is how the interaction among members of the organization and the interaction between members of the organization with the leadership of the organization both in the form of communication, leadership behaviors and group processes so that in turn can encourage the improvement of work performance. Every teacher should try to pay attention to work discipline with more focus and thoroughness, through behavior which is reflected in deed or behavior in doing and executing all activities according to norm or rule specified. Good work discipline encourages results and job targets can be achieved by itself so that the factor of realization increased work performance.

Topic: Organizational Culture in Education Administration and Management

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150.

THE INFLUENCE OF MOTIVATION WORK AND CULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE PERFORMANCE OF CIVIL SERVANTS IN EDUCATION QUALITY ASSURANCE INSTITUTION (LPMP) WEST JAVA PROVINCE
Dewi Prasmawaty

Education Administration Department, School of Postgraduate Studies, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


The purpose of this research are: 1) to know about the earning, job condition, staff relationship, organization policy and also self-advance that can be an indicator from work motivation for the staff of LPMP West Java 2) for examining innovation and risk taking, attention to detail, outcome orientation, people orientation, team orientation, aggressiveness and stability. It can be an indicator of culture organization that significance, reliable, valid for the staff of LPMP West Java 3) to try the influence of work motivation toward the staff achievement at LPMP West Java 4) to know the effect of culture organization toward the staff achievement at LPMP West Java.
The results of this study show the culture of the organization and motivation of employees working directly influence the performance of the organization.

Topic: Organizational Culture in Education Administration and Management

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151.

The Relationship Between Organizational Culture and Granting Compensation with Local Teacher Performance in Global Jaya International School
Lisa Gracia Kailola (a*), Christina Purwanti (b)

Universitas Kristen Indonesia
Jl. Mayjen Sutoyo no. 2
Cawang - Jakarta 13630


The purpose of this study is to find out whether there is a relationship between Organizational Culture and Provision of Compensation with Local Teacher Performance at Global Jaya International School (GJIS), Bintaro Jaya, Tangerang. The population of this study were the teachers of GJIS, which amounted to 87 teachers.

The sampling technique using simple random sampling method. The result is 40 teachers who netted into a sample of research and 20 teachers to test the research instrument. Research survey method using correlational approach, consist of 40 questionnaires for each variable. Calculation of validity using Product Moment Correlation formula and the reliability with Alpha Cronbach Test.

Coefficient of double correlation of Organization Culture (X1) and Compensation (X2) with Teacher Performance (Y) is 0,954 with determination coefficient (R square) 0,910.

This shows that (1) There is a positive and significant relationship between Organizational Culture (X1) and Local Teacher Performance in GJIS; (2) There is a positive and significant relationship between Provision of Compensation (X2) with Local Teacher Performance in GJIS; (3) There is a positive and significant relationship between Organizational Culture (X1) and Compensation (X2) together with Local Teacher Performance in GJIS.

Topic: Organizational Culture in Education Administration and Management

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152.

LOCAL WISDOM IN AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES OF MUNA ETHNIC AND THE FUNCTIONS IN ENVIRONMENTAL PRESERVATION
DR. LA PANGA MPALASI DAN HARDIN, S.PD., M.SI.

SEKOLAH TINGGI ILMU PERTANIAN KENDARI
JL. BADAK, NO. 5 POASIA KENDARI SULAWESI TENGGARA


LOCAL WISDOM IN AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES OF MUNA ETHNIC AND THE FUNCTIONS IN ENVIRONMENTAL PRESERVATION

DR. IR. LA PANGA MPALASI, M.SI.
HARDIN, S.PD., M.SI.

(Kendari High School of Agricultural Sciences Address: Jalan Badak Street No. 5 Poasia District, Southeast Sulawesi, 0852 399 782 57)

Abstract

Local wisdom of the farming community strongly supports the preservation of forests and ecosystems in it. Conservation of the environment and the ecosystems within it required a wise management to remain sustainable The purpose of this paper is to inventory local wisdom of farming community in Muna Regency Southeast Sulawesi. The research was conducted in West Muna Regency of Southeast Sulawesi using qualitative descriptive method. The data collection is done by involving observations, in-depth interviews and documentation. Data analyzed by descriptive qualitative which consist of data reduction, data presentation and conclusion. The results showed that in the local wisdom in the Muna ethnic community effort consists of a) katandai (marking the giving of offerings under a big tree); b) detumbori (cutting down small trees); c) detinda (cutting down large trees); d) detughori (cutting down trees); e) delolosu (cutting timber); dega sau (wood hauling on land, desula (wood burning and wooden chain), defeghonu (cleaning of branches and wood chains), dekatondo (fencing), degalu (soil cleansing).

Keywords: Local Wisdom, Agricultural Activities, Environmental Preservation, Muna Ethnic

Topic: Organizational Culture in Education Administration and Management

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153.

Measuring Students Understandings and Participation in the ISO 9001:2008 Implementation in University of Brawijaya Malang
Ihsana El Khuluqo, M.Pd, Dr

Lecturer of Post Graduate School, Muhammadiyah University PROF. DR. HAMKA


Just like their counterpart in industrial sector, Higher Educational Institution (HEI) is placed at the anchor agent to mold and elevate the quality of human resources at a specified country. However, in middle of developing country such as Indonesia, the output of HEI is, frequently, far from the required specification. The graduate didn’t have any competencies to fill the hollow space required to robust their national economic development. Correlatedly, Total Quality management (TQM), and its popularity on industrial sector, recently has borrowed scientist attention as the way out to solve the educational issue. As the agreement achieved, ISO 9001:2008 emanate the concept of TQM to repair the educational institution management. TQM dictates that everything and everybody in the organization is involved in the enterprise of continuous improvement, even the students. Using questionnaire and interview to 10 random college students of Brawijaya University this research aimed to analyze the students understanding of their participation in the ISO 9001:2008 succeed implementation in Brawijaya University. Based on the analysis done, the results show: 1) The average score 46 points shows that students participation on ISO implementation in UBM is at the middle-up level; 2) Student has NO familiarity on TQM conception; ISO 9001:2008 as the embodiment of TQM conception or even their alma-mater program on standardized educational process.

Topic: Quality Assurance in Education

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154.

THE MAPPING OF QUALITY EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION INSTITUTION CLASSIFICATION IN BENGKULU CITY
Nina Kurniah, Desi Andreswari, Kurnia Anggriani

Bengkulu University


Early Childhood Education Institutions in the city of Bengkulu at this time very much, with varying quality. These conditions make it difficult for the community to determine the appropriate early childhood choices, to optimize the potential of the child. The purpose of this study is to record and map early childhood education institutions in the city of Bengkulu based on eight standards National Accreditation Board. The quality of institutions is collected through accreditation assessment format, through of stages, desk evaluation, visitation, and validation. The results of early childhood education accreditation in Bengkulu city in 2016, as a whole is dominated by the status of C for Kindergarten Program, Busthanul Athfal and Play Group. While for the Program of Early Childhood Education Unit and Child Care Park is dominated by status B, then for Program Raudhatul Athfal Status B and Status C as much. Viewed from the level of compliance of 8 National Education Standards, the Accreditation result for every PAUDEarly Childhood educations institution in Bengkulu City, there are three standards that have averages with other standards, namely Management Standards, Educational Assessment, and Financing. Standards that have been owned on average for all institutions in the city of Bengkulu.

Topic: Quality Assurance in Education

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155.

NATIONAL EDUCATION QUALITY ASSURANCE ANALYSIS
Djaman Satori

Educational Administration Program
School of Postgraduate
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Quality assurance is becoming essential to ensure the best educational services in meeting or even exceeding the established standards. The national education system is an integral component of integrated education in order to achieve its goals. Guarantee and improvement of the quality of national education is directed at the realization of the implementation of education, in this case will be focusing more on schooling, which provides assurance to generate a well-educated person. All components of the national education system should be assessed for strategic support for quality performance. The development of an assurance and quality improvement system within the framework of the national education system requires institutional investment (capacity building) with a focus on changing the mind set and institutional/work culture among people, especially those who occupy managerial positions. Change strategy starts from what to construct, for what, why, and how. Collecting data on quality assurance itself will not lead to an improvement in the quality of education. Therefore, in order meet the the purpose of quality improvement, data and information on quality assurance must be well-managed, carefully analyzed, accessible, used to encourage planning, decision-making, resource allocation and improvement programs. The quality assurance system should ultimately build a culture of continuous quality improvement in schools and work units that facilitate the delivery of education.

Topic: Quality Assurance in Education

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156.

INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE SYSTEM OF SCHOOL BASED ON SWOT BALANCED SCORECARD
Asep Rosidin, Ilham Agustian Widia Yusuf

UPI, UPI STUDENT


This study aims to find out how strategy evaluation and strategy formulation of quality improvement in School quality assurance system cycle. Background of this research is study of analysis result of Strategic Position and Action Evaluation (SPACE) shows that SMP DHIS Secondary-Lembang is in position of defensive quadrant; Schools face a variety of internal threats and weaknesses, but other facts show that schools are able to assuranced consistently the quality of graduates with an average indicator of the Ujian Nasional score in the top five at the district level, this is indicating inconsistencies between the strategy formulation process and the results of the strategy evalution outcome. Descriptive research method with qualitative approach, case study at SMP DHIS Secondary-Lembang, data collection process through interview, observation and document study. Research result; Strategy evaluation; Development instrument of strategy evaluation based on Balanced Scorecard as self-school evaluation process, strategy formulation of quality improvement by using SWOT method; Result; The use of Balanced Scorecard and SWOT methods does not yet operational standard procedures and are implemented separately. Recommendation; The use of Integrated SWOT Analysis Balanced Scorecard method in strategy evaluation and strategy formulation quality improvement of school by setting standard reference of quality and procedure.

Topic: Quality Assurance in Education

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157.

MANAGEMENT OF QUALITY ASSURANCE OF HIGHER EDUCATION BASED ON SELF EVALUATION (Descriptive Study at Private University in Bandung)
Enco Mulyasa, Andriana Gaffar, and Wiwik Dyah Aryani

Nusantara Islamic University


ABSTRACT

Quality assurance of higher education is an important issue that is being discussed, even become the main agenda in accreditation, so it needs to be managed with the best. This study aims to analyze and describe the quality assurance management of higher education based on self-evaluation at private universities in the city of Bandung. This study uses qualitative approach with descriptive method. The results of this study can be concluded that the management of quality assurance of higher education based on self-evaluation at private universities in Bandung, both related to the policy and quality assurance program has resulted in continuous improvement. This is embodied in the annual report on self-evaluation as the basis for the development of strategic plans, operational plans, development master plans, budget plans and annual work plans; but not yet a unified whole. It is therefore recommended to various parties, among others for private universities, to use the system approach as a basis for thinking, how to manage, and how to analyze the life of the institution as a whole.


Topic: Quality Assurance in Education

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158.

THE EFFECT OF AUTHENTIC LEADERSHIP ON QUALITY OF SERVICE IN LPMP DKI JAKARTA
Asep Kiki Marjuki

S2 Administrasi Pendidikan UPI Bandung


Authentic leadership in recent years developed in several countries is mainly applied in some educational institu-tions that aim to improve the quality and service quality of the organization, so this study purpose to examine the direct influence of authentic leadership on service quality in LPMP of DKI Jakarta Province. This research uses a quantitative approach, survey method and data analysis technique using product moment correlation analysis and simple linear regression. The survey was conducted on 30 LPMP employees taken at random or purposive. The results of this study indicate the strength of Authentic Leadership relationship with Quality of Service based on product moment correlation coefficient of r = 0.385 and significance test correlation coefficient with t test obtained price tcount = 2.207. ttable value with dk = 29 and significant level α = 0,05 obtained value equal to 0,6991, because tcount = 2.207> ttable = 0,6991 can be concluded that there is a positive relationship between Au-thentic Leadership with Quality of Service, The regression equation produced in this study is Ŷ = 29.759 + 0.36X, This equation means that every increase of 1 unit X, Will be followed by a Y increment of 0.36 at a con-stant of 29.759.

Key Word: authentic leadership, quality of service.

Topic: Research on Education Administration

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159.

Description of the Implementation of Supervision in the Division of Facilitation for Competence Improvement in PPPPTK TK & PLB
Andi Misbahul Islam

Education Administration Department, School of Postgraduate, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


In 2016, the Division of Facilitation for Competence Improvement in PPPPTK TK & PLB successfully implemented the training of elementary school teachers exceeding the set target of about 102.63%. Supervision is one factor that can affect the productivity of an organization. This study aims to see how the picture of supervision that goes in the division. Data collection is done by using questionnaires to employees who are in the divisi, including planning, organizing, controlling, evaluating the results of work and giving motivation to employees From the results of data collection shows that the indicator "planning" is in good category (3.14), " Organizing "is in very good category (3.34)," control "is in good category (2.86)," Evaluation "is in good category (2,91), and" motivation "is in good category (3 , 03). So it can be concluded that the supervision that runs on the division is in the category of "Good" with an average value of 3.06.

Topic: Research on Education Administration

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160.

Capacity Building Model of School Administration Staff
W. Achmadwati, D. Meirawan & Y. Rahyasih

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Bandung, Indonesia


Capacity building is merging model between motivation factors and ability to influence performance. School administration staff as one of the schools supporting staff has an important role in the education service process. Thus the competence of school administration staff is necessary for the achievement of school goals. To prove this, this study examines the capacity building model that influences the performance of school administrative staff. This research uses descriptive method with quantitative approach to 109 School Administration Staff in Junior High School of Public in Bandung. The results of this study show that capacity building has a significant effect on the performance of school administrative staff. This is identified from the relationship of five indicators of capacity building model to the measured performance that is workshop, seminar, courses, co-operative collegial development, and skill development model. The government should better facilitate school administration staff to conduct various trainings aimed at school administration staff in an effort to improve capacity building so that school administration staff can work optimally.

Topic: Research on Education Administration

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161.

SCHOOL SELF EVALUATION IN THE SYSTEM OF INTERNAL SCHOOL QUALITY ASSURANCE (A REVIEW BASED ON SCHOOLS’ EXPERIENCES IN GRESIK-EAST JAVA, INDONESIA)
Yanti Triana

FACULTY OF EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION, UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION, INDONESIA


School self evaluation is now a mainstream concept and most education system, including Indonesia, are extent to which finding ways of integrating it into the everyday lives of schools. It flows from a shared concern for school quality assurance. SSE is believed as one of the management tools of internal school quality assurance that contributed in creating school climate, engaging commitments and quality culture within Indonesian school in order to improve continuously. This study aims to investigate or explore the SSE process and asks how beneficial it has been in encouraging schools to improve continuously. The research conducted at Gresik, East of Java and six schools representing schools have been involved in the study. Research data was collected qualitatively by means of document analysis, focus group discussion and interviews. The result of findings has shown that most schools have adequate knowledge and understanding of SSE and its implementation based on the guidelines provided but its process is still perceived as an obligation task imposed by the ministry. The implementation of EDS is still not able to be utilized by school as a management tool to the improvement of school quality. The study has emphasized that a major challenge is the lack of school capacity, particularly, lack of leadership capacity so that imply to the need for supportive supervision or moderation from outsider.

Topic: Research on Education Administration

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162.

DEVELOPMENT OF MODEL OF EDUCATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Leny Sri Wahyuni

UNINUS


This study aims to investigate the education management system in Indonesia. It should be done because the education management system in Indonesia seems still chaos and it needs to be fixed. So, this study focuses on assessing the development of model of education management system to improve the quality of education in Indonesia. Method of this research uses Research and Development (R & D) method. The result of this study is the development of a model of education management system that is oriented on total quality management (TQM). In addition, the implication of this study is the improvement of the education management system to realize the education objective that is to educate and humanize the Indonesian people completely.

Topic: Research on Education Management

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163.

THE KITAB KUNING LEARNING MANAGEMENT PATTERN OF 100 HOURS USING THE METHOD OF TAMYIZ AT PESANTREN BAYT TAMYIZ TUKDANA INDRAMAYU
FARHAN AND BADRUDIN

UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung


ABSTRACT
The Kitab Kuning learning (Kitab Kuning: The book used as a source of learning in schools and educational institutions such traditional Islam is called as the Yellow Books) was considered difficult by the students at pesantren. There are effective methods of Tamyiz phenomena to overcome difficulties reading the Kitab Kuning. It shows that the Tamyiz method is the key strategies for students to be able to directly read, outlines the structure of the word while translating the Kitab Kuning.
The research aims to describe: 1) Planning of The Kitab Kuning learning pattern 100 hours using the method of Tamyiz; 2) Organizing of the Kitab Kuning learning pattern 100 hours using the method of Tamyiz; 3) Assessment of the Kitab Kuning learning pattern 100 hours using the method of Tamyiz; 4) Concept of the Kitab Kuning learning pattern 100 hours using the method of Tamyiz.
This research is qualitative research using a descriptive method because this research is described in comprehensive, holistic, and integrative by the depth of symptoms and events that occur this time of learning is concerned the Kitab Kuning pattern 100 hours. Sources of research data are sitter of pesantren, office staff of pesantren, the management of the education and teaching field, teachers, management of the HR field, and students. As for the technique of data collection undertaken by observation, interviews, and documentation study. The data obtained were analyzed and interpreted so as to get the data is valid.
Research results can be concluded that: 1) planning of the Kitab Kuning learning pattern 100 hours using the method of Tamyiz requires clarity of the learning objectives, the steps are used and learning materials developed. 2) organizing of the Kitab Kuning learning pattern 100 hours is based on the principle of teaching ‘fun and active teaching’ with the result that learning outcomes are more optimal. 3) Instrument of the Kitab Kuning learning pattern 100 hours, the student is the object of a major assessment. The research is using the study skills assessment instrument (pre test and post test), study habits, learning motivation, learning attention, formative and summative assessment. 4) concept of the Kitab Kuning learning pattern 100 hours integrate with theories of education experts with the result that learning planning, organizing the learning, and learning assessment are not incidental.

Topic: Research on Education Management

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164.

DEVELOPING CORE VALUES OF WUDHU BASED ON ISLAMIC EDUCATION MANAGEMENT TO BUILD QUALITY CULTURE IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Dian Cita Sari M.Pd.I, Ismaningsih M.Fis, Prof.Khairunnas Rajab,DR.Tohirin

UNIVERSITAS ABDURRAB AND UIN SUSKA RIAU


This paper discusses the development of quality and core values of Wudhu based on Islamic education management to build a culture of quality in higher education. Wudhu has a net meaning with a very deep influence, as formulated from the Quran, As-Sunnah and leading contemporary Muslim scholars. Wudhu can cultivate positive perceptions and motivations, positive emotional responses, and can avoid stress reactions. Its special value is the tawhid (unity) which is the spiritual and material unity, the unity of body and soul, the unity of the world and the hereafter, and the unity of thought and action. Because individuals have different concepts of what is right, it is necessary to develop core values of Wudhu for the organization. One of the successful indicators of educational organizations in universities is the creation of a quality culture. The findings of this research are: First, the quality culture in in higher education is strongly influenced by the value of core values of ablution that are socialized and internalized in all components and members of the organization continuously. Second, disseminate the value to be understood, and internalized by all components of education, so that will impact on organizational behavior. Third, improving the quality of human resources to support new ideas, vision and mission of the organization through education. Fourth, provide the facilities needed by the organization effectively. Fifth, apply organizational values; And Sixth, controlling organizational behavior.

Topic: Research on Education Management

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165.

MANAGEMENT OF TAHFIDZ AL-QURAN IN PESANTREN AL-HAMIDY BANYUANYAR PAMEKASAN INDONESIA
Moh. Wardi

STAI Nazhatut Thullab Sampang Madura Indonesia


The management at Tahfidz Al-Quran institute at Pesantren Al-Hamidy Banyuanyar Pamekasan Madura East Java Indonesia using method of musyafaqah talaqqi (memorize to coach face to face) this program is done routinely and is continuous implemented after dawn prayer with minimum limit 1 sheets accompanied with a deposit attendance. the management of tahfidz al-quran institution in al-Hamidy Banyuanyar boarding hierarchy is under the auspices of Yayasan Al-Hamidy Banyuanyar. The planning (planning) associated with institutional starting from the beginning of the school year, which includes recruitment of learners.Pengorganisasian (organizing) by dividing the class of learners in accordance with the ability of learners. In the realm of actuating is done routinely and continuous is done after dawn prayer with minimum limit of 1 sheets accompanied with absence of deposit and supervision (controling) repeating what has been paid (murajaah) after dhuhur prayer and after ashar, respectively - with time allocation of 1 (one) hour.

Topic: Research on Education Management

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166.

THE ROLE OF ZAKAT IN IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF CHILDRENS EDUCATION (Case Study at ‘SD Juara’ and ‘SMP Juara’ Bandung)
Priyanka Permata Putri, Danica Dwi Prahesti

Research and Publication Rumah Zakat Pusat


Equity education is an important issue that has not been resolved until now. School-aged children from low-income groups have not received a proper education and are not even receiving the proper education. One effort to solve the problem is the utilization of zakat fund accumulation for the provision of education for the underprivileged through educational programs. The purpose of this study is to determine the role of zakat funds through ‘Rumah Zakat’ in providing opportunities and quality education for Indonesian children by taking the case in ‘SD Juara’ and ‘SMP Juara’ Bandung. The type of this research is qualitative research and data source comes from primary data and secondary data. The results of this study indicate that the zakat funds have a significant contribution to the opportunities and quality education for students of the underprivileged. It can be seen from: (1) Increased knowledge and skills for children. (2) Providing decent educational access for the poor, (3) The existence of educational equity, (4) The existence of moral improvement for the next generation. Effective and efficient zakat fund management, as well as syariah, creates qualified and religious human resources through education programs. These efforts are in line with government efforts in developing national education.

Topic: School Management

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167.

Early Childhood Education Learning and Human Resource Management: The Strategy
Irni Diniati

Educational Administration, School of Postgraduate Studies, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Early Childhood Education is the first school environment education provided towards children. It is the most decisive and important foundation for children’s success to enter the next stage of education as well as forming their character. Therefore, it needs more attention in terms of management and learning implementation that must be done professionally, standardized, and sustainable. This study aims to determine the Early Childhood Education learning and human resource management in TK At-Taqwa Bandung. The research method used is qualitative with case study approach. Results show that the school’s educators and education personnel planning, recruitment, selection, coaching, development, assessment, appreciation, and dismissal are done very well. Its learning management such as curriculum, activities development and procedures are also done very well, autonomously, but still refers to the standards. Despite being under supervision of a foundation, the school has authority to independently run its management under the accountability of a principal.

Topic: School Management

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168.

The Effect Analysis of School-Based Management (SBM) Implementation to the Educational Quality Service of State Junior High School in Cianjur Regency
Irfan Yuda Tansiri, S.Pd, MBA

Educational Administration Program School of Postgraduate, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Indonesia, has been decentralizing its education sector for the past decade. School based management (SBM) is an alternative in educational management that emphasizes in the school autonomy and creativity to improve the quality of education. In this context, school-based management is essential for improving the quality of education. SBM is an effective way of enhancing participatory decision-making, budgetary transparency, and community participation. A mixed-method, multisite assessment of a project that aimed to improve the management and governance of quality service of State Junior High School in Cianjur regency documented positive impact on school-based management in both public. However, it was also found that the effective implementation of SBM requires time management expertise and assistance from the government, educational experts, and foreign aid agencies. These conclusions are based on the results of an empirical survey of 9 principals and 18 teachers at 9 schools, supplemented by 36 follow-up interviews. This research is aiming at knowing the implementation of MBS in the field of: 1) school administration, and 2) school relationship with society to improve the quality service of State Junior High School in Cianjur Regency. This research used a qualitative approach with a descriptive method. The data were gathered by using observation, interview and documentation. The subject of the research were school principal, teacher, and schools committee. The result showed as follow: 1) for schools personnel, there were supervising and developing the schools personnels by involving them in making decision of the school, activating the schools MGMP, sending teachers to follow trainings, giving permittion for teachers who want to pursue their degree. Besides, compensation and employees evaluation. 2) to build school relationship with the society, there were several efforts have been done such as forming and empowering schools committee, having a routine meeting with schools committee at the end of semester, obligating the parents to take the rapport of their children every semester, explaining the improvement and the declining of schools prestige, building the relationship with society to be involved actively in the improvement of educational quality, providing information about the school to the society and cultivate the transparency in school management.

Topic: School Management

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169.

IR.
Iwan Setiawan

Indonesia University of Education


SCHOOL MANAGEMENT BASED ON ICT IN IMPROVING QUALITY OF EDUCATION
Iwan Setiawan*)


ABSTRACT


The advancement of information and communication technology has now changed the way people view and act in spending time to work and overcome all the problems. There is a new paradigm in society that expresses new changes in community life activities as a result of ICT advances.
In commerce and economic system now appears e-commerce, e-business, e-trading, and e-shop. In the emerging governance system e-government, which then emerged new forms in the administration and government services, such as e-administration, e-society, e-health, e-citizen, e-services, e-democracy, and e- Tendering or e-procurement. Many other forms of change occur in the joints of community life brought about by ICT advances, not least, in education.
While in the field of education today School-Based Management (SBM) has begun to be implemented and this used by school management process in realizing educational goals. The process of school management is then to collaborate with the development of Information and Communication Technology and it is an opportunity to develop ICT in Education with ICT-based learning media and ICT-based education management which is issued by government, one of them is DAPODIK. Dapodik is one of the tools made for the management of ICT-based school management.
This goals research is to know how far the utilization of ICT in school management process either as tool used in school administration or decision maker in organization. The methodology used in this research is to use qualitative research methods with the object of research in the first high school in the city of sukabumi. I hope in this research can make education system at sukabumi can increase quality and education service with made strategy in management of ICT in education.





Topic: School Management

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170.

Development of Madrasahs Adaptability Management to Faced of ASEAN Economic Society
Nugraha Suharto; Aan Komariah; Yayah Rahyasih

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Madrasahs should be able to be the frontliner in facing the ASEAN Economic Community (MEA), characterized by high-speed, uncontrollably free-of-charge economic movement. The whirl power of economic movement will crush every country which could not bear the challenge. All ASEAN countries ought to be ready to mingle and compete to survive. The world of education is the main and solid foundation to remain standing strong. Especially for madrasahs, the main challenge is no more longer conventional management but effective management instead to cope with the economic change pace. The development of this adaptability model becomes the path and guide for madrasah managers to maintain global competitiveness while continuing to develop its religious values predominance and world-and hereafter oriented.

Topic: School Management

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171.

Company’s Innovation and Cooperative Advantage as Sustainability Economic Support
Mombang Sihite

Universitas Padjadjaran


Industry competition demands company to keep trying to notice every changing that happened in the environment. So the aim of the study reviews industry competition through innovation, cooperative advantage and sustainability performance. The study is conducted by the review theoretically from the previous studies, and it is stated qualitative descriptively in explaining the study result with the review on Building Automation System industries as service industry in Indonesia. The research finding is explained that there is correlation between innovation, cooperative advantage and sustainability performance. Besides that, it is found the model review from cooperative advantage mediation in trying to improve performance of sustainability business of Building Automation System industries through implementation support of company innovation. This finding explains that innovation strategy and cooperative advantage can be sustainable economic support on company.

Topic: School Management

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172.

COLLEGE STUDENTS’ INTENTION TO BECOME ENTREPRENEURS: A STUDY IN BANDUNG CITY
Rian Ahmad Syathari, Agus Rahayu, Ratih Huriyati

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Entrepreneurship concerns with business and innovation in regard to changing the prosperity status quo. From the macro economic perspective,the increasing number of educated entrepreneurs would give a significant contribution to the economic stability and growth. This study addresses the problem dealing with the extent to which the Bandung city’s college students (the undergraduate students of eight prominent universities and institutes) have the intention to choose entrepreneurship as their career. This study applied a survey method conducted to a convenient sample of 360 subjects. Data collection used a structured questionnaire that has been judged its content validity by three experts and the data was analyzed by using percentage calculation and the contingency table of Chi square. Conclusions of this study indicate that only a limited number of the Bandung city’s college students, particularly the female ones, tend to have the intention to become entrepreneurs and only a small number of those who have it tend to have not put into action on entrepreneurship. This study implies the need to encourage the Bandung city’s colleges to promote entrepreneurship to their students by providing them with a specific course or education program concerning entrepreneurship.

Topic: School Management

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173.

The Impact of Authentic Leadership of School Principals and Management of Change towards The Effectiveness Implementation of Value Vision at Vocational Schools in Bandung
Dani Hidayatuloh, Gilang Gumilang Dawous, Irman Suherman

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
STAI Darul Falah
Universitas Djuanda


The present on a research was based on the issue of the effectiveness implementation of value vision at vocational schools in Bandung. The focus of the research is how impact of authentic leadership of school principals and management of change proceed to a better situation that can streamline implementation of value vision in the school grades in accordance with the values of national education goals. The type of this research is descriptive method with quantitative approach. This research was conducted on 114 teachers in vocational schools that has accredited grade A in Bandung. Based on the research previously that; 1) The impact of authentic leadership of school principals towards the effectiveness implementation of the value of 18.6 %; 2) The impact of management of change towards the effectiveness implementation of values vision of 24.2 %, and 3 ) The impact of authentic leadership of school principals and management of change towards the effectiveness implementation of value vision of 24.4 %, and the other result influenced by other factors. The results showed that authentic leadership of school principals and management of change influences the effectiveness implementation of value vision at vocational schools in Bandung. Recommendations from this research that the School should be able to create programs and activities in accordance with the purpose of education and the schools vision. The school principal also must be willing to sacrifice and help subordinates and not concerned with his own ego, and also as a leader should be able to do a strategy to overcome resistance to change, for example by giving awards and brain-storming to make a better school.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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174.

Authentic Leadership in Embedding Pedagogic Values of teachers
Suryadi, Johar Permana

Department of Educational Administration Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Changes in science and technology make the competition between schools more stringent, this condition requires every school has a competent teacher. Teacher pedagogic competence becomes one of the keys to success in facing change. This study aims to examine the relationship of authentic leadership with pedagogic competence of teachers and test the multidimensionality of authentic leadership constructs. Quantitative approach with SEM model is used in analyzing survey of 225 teacher participants. The results showed that authentic leadership underpins the pedagogic competency values of teachers significantly. This implies the importance of cultivating the values of authentic leadership that are multidimensional to the pedagogic character of the teacher.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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175.

The Impact of Authentic Leadership And Teacher Participation in Decision Making on Elementary School Performance in Sukabumi District
Hesti Daryadi, Aan Komariah, Johar Permana

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


This research is based on school performance achievement problems that have not been optimal in Sukabumi District. The method used is descriptive method with quantitative approach. The research was conducted on 74 schools that accredited A in Sukabumi District by the number of respondents as much as 74 principals and 148 teachers. Based on the results of research, it can be concluded, the first that authentic leadership affect the performance of primary school amounted to 55.1%. Second, teacher participation in decision making influence on primary school performance amounted to 59,7%. Third, authentic leadership and teacher participation in decision making affect the performance of primary school by 67.6%, while the rest is influenced by other factors. The results showed that Authentic Leadership and Teacher Participation in decision making gave a simultaneous and significant influence on the performance of elementary school in Sukabumi District.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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176.

Correlation of the Leadership Knowledge and Communication Ability with the Headmaster’s Performance
Sri Nurabdiah Pratiwi

FKIP-Universitas Muhammadiyah Sumatera Utara


This research purpose for finding the correlation of the leadership knowledge and communication ability with the headmaster’s performance of Junior High School Level. Metode of this research is used correlation description which’s the respondents are the headmaster of the junior high school level who was taken as stratified the population. The results of this study indicate that there is a positive and joint relationship between leadership knowledge and communication ability to headmaster performance. From the results of this study can be implied that the success and progress of a school in essence does not depend on the physical luxuries, facilities and facilities available, but more dependent on the leadership of the principal itself. So to improve the performance of principals can be done by improving leadership knowledge and communication skills

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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177.

THE HEADMASTERS’ LEADERSHIP STYLE IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Sri Marmoah, Ali Ramatni, Tri Rahayu

Batanghari University, Jambi
STKIP Muhammadiyah Sungai Penuh, Jambi


THE HEADMASTERS’ LEADERSHIP STYLE IN
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Sri Marmoah
marfuah_pt@yahoo.co.id
Batanghari University, Jambi
Ali Ramatni
aliramatni2008@yahoo.com
STKIP Muhammadiyah Sungai Penuh, Jambi
Tri Rahayu
trirahayuaybi@gmail.com
Batanghari University, Jambi


Abstract

ABSTRACT: The headteacher is the leader and the manager in the school. There are many successful ways of leading and managing and how people actually behave in practice is a mixture of their ideas and personality. A head master has to decide how far to be democratic and how far autocratic. The purpose of this research was to know about the type of leadership which is used by the headmaster of the elementary school. The design of this research was descriptive qualitative research. The data for this research was collected through questionnaire and documentation. The research was carried in 32 state elementary schools of Telanaipura Kota Jambi. A total of 128 individuals have participated in the research. Among them 96 teachers were included as a sample through simple random sampling technique. The questionnaires on communication, decision-making, and delegation of duties were used to describe the headmaster leadership styles. Based on the analysis of the questionnaire and documentation which related to the leadership style of the headmaster, this research revealed three important common styles of leadership: autocratic, democratic, and laissez-faire. In conclusion the democratic was the most common used to practice leadership styles in state elementary schools of Telanaipura Kota Jambi. Based on the findings, it is recommended that the headmasters of state elementary schools should neat a mixture of autocratic and democratic styles of leadership.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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178.

The Influence of Principal’s Transformational Leadership on Teacher’s Pedagogic Competencies at Bina Bakat Mandiri Inclusive Kindergarten
Sri Purwanti

Educational Administration Programe, School of Postgraduate, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI)
Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi No.229 Bandung, West Java, Indonesia
40154


The purpose of this study is to prove the correlation between school principal’s transformational leadership and teacher’s pedadogic competencies at inclusive kindergarten. This study employs descriptive methode through quantitative approach. Data is gathered through quesioner from 23 the member of school councils at Bina Bakat Mandiri Inclusive Kindergarten. The result of the study show that school principal’s transformational leadership and teacher’s pedagogic competencies both in very high category with average score of 3.62 and 3.53. The correlation coefficient between X and Y is equal 0.479 it shows that the correlation between two variables are at middle-level relations. The results of the significance test that is 0,021 < 0,05 it means that the correlation coefficient between variables X and Y are significant with linear regression analysis equation that is Y = -11,199 + 0,901X, this means that any change of variable Y for 0,901. It is concluded that there is a positive and significant relationship between school principal’s transformational leadership and teacher’s pedagogic competencies at inclusive kindergarten.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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179.

Empowering Value-based Leadership build School Effectiveness
Mathuleosy Munthe, Asep Suryana, Sururi

SD Setia Budi Abadi Perbaungan


School effectiveness is measured by the achievement of settled educational goals and objectives. Effective school is an improving and progressing quality of educational. Value-based leadership is an element in building school effectiveness. The purpose on this research to determine the influence of value-base leadership in building effectiveness school. The method used analysis descruptive method, and using a quantitative approach. Data obtained from the stratified random sampling of 48 schools with accreditation B. Value-based leadership is in very high category. School effectiveness also in very high score. Value-based leadership has an influence in building school effectiveness.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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180.

THE LOCAL CULTURE VALUE-BASED LEADERSHIP AND SCHOOL QUALITY CULTURE
Sadidul Iqabe, Asep Suryana, Aan Komariah

Madrasah Ibtidaiyah Darul Mukhlisin Kendari


This study aims to describe school quality culture and local culture value- based leadership and to analyze the contribution of local culture value- based leadership to the creation and development of quality culture in school. This study use correlation method with quantitative approach. The result of this study shows that the application of local culture value- based leadership and quality culture in school is included in very high category and there is positive and significant influence of local culture value- based leadership on the creation and development of quality culture in school. From the result of study, even though the application of quality culture in school and local culture value- based leadership is included in very high category but there is dimension which is still lack such as lack of leaders’ initiative in applying local culture value- based leadership. Thus, the implication of this study is that school principal should create initiative and enhance the effectiveness of leadership, because if it is not enhanced then it will hinder the process of achieving education quality in school.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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181.

THE IMPACT OF PRINCIPAL LEADERSHIP ON THE EFECTIVENESS OF LEARNING IN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL (Study of Teacher Perception at SMAK BPK PENABUR)
Junihot M Simanjuntak

college student at educational administration, Indonesia University of Education, email: junihots[at]gmail.com


The research wants to explains the impact of principal leadership on the effectiveness of learning at high school level. The study is aimed at finding principal leadership model as an ideal example in managing school as an educational institution to bring effective learning as an output. The research uses quantitative method due to the fact that the data is in numbers. The results of the research show that principle leadership has a strong correlation with learning effectiveness at SMAK BPK Penabur, with contribution of 74.3%. The Principal has strong influence because he leads with love, gives positive impact on school even outside world. He has become catalyst agent who brings others to a purpose, by making himself as not only a creator of culture but also the one who sustains it especially inside school environment. The better the leadership of the principal is, the better the learning effectiveness at the school is.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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182.

PRINCIPAL LEADERSHIP BEHAVIOUR AND THE SCHOOL EFFECTIVENESS
Aggy Elbina Febianti, Diding Nurdin, Cicih Sutarsih

Sekolah Pasca Sarjana, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


The aims of this study were to analyze and to describe the influence of principal leadership behaviour towards the school effectiveness of the state elementary schools. The method applied in this study was descriptive method within the quantitative framework. The samples were the principals and teachers of 101 state elementary schools in Cimahi, which were represented by each of 101 respondents. The data was collected through questionnaires in likert scale. The analysis results indicated that school effectiveness and the principal leadership behaviour were in the excellent category. The principal leadership behaviour had been significantly influencing and positively contributing to the school effectiveness, and it had been simultaneously giving significant influence and positive contribution towards the school effectiveness. Nonetheless, as one of the school effectiveness, the implementation of Kurikulum 2013 comprehensively in all levels demands the competencies improvement of the teachers and the availability of decent supporting facilities. Furthermore, the school mission is supposed to be formulated collaboratively with all school members, thus it will portray the implementable real activities in school.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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183.

Authentic Leadership Principal to Improve Work Discipline of Teachers in Madrasah
Herlina & M. El Widdah

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


The importance of the role of teachers in schools requires teachers to discipline in carrying out their work. Discipline in teaching, discipline in time and discipline in giving lessons to students. Some efforts have been made by the principal as it comes first before the teacher comes, giving motivation, reward and punishment, trying to establish relationships with teachers who are often late also done principals. Good teacher work discipline will help schools achieve their vision and mission. A teacher who has high discipline will work well even without supervision from superiors, teachers will not steal work time to do things that are not related to work. Enforcing the work discipline of teachers can not be directly created just like that but there should be willingness and effort from all aspects, especially the principal. One of the leaders who will be able to improve discipline is Authentic Leadership.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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184.

Principal Leadership and Elementary School Quality
Handriyani Timor, Udin Syaefudin Saud, Dadang Suhardan

SDN Sukamaju, Padalarang, Bandung Barat


This research is based on the variation of the quality of primary schools in West Bandung regency which is seen from the accreditation values of schools (A, B, C and schools which have not acrreditted yet). The focus of the problem in this research is how the leadership role of principals can be optimally implemented for the achievement of school quality in accordance with the National Education Standards. The method which is used is descriptive method with quantitative approach. The study was conducted on 207 schools from 678 schools. Based on the research result, it can be concluded that, first, the quality of school is in high category while principal leadership is high enough. Second, there is a weak but influential relationship simultaneously and significantly between principal leadership and school quality.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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185.

The leadership style of head of Madrasah Aliyah
Achmad Taufik Ismail (a*), Iman Aliman (b), Atif Bensulong (c), Ana Maryana (d)

a) Program Administrasi Pendidikan, Sekolah Pascasarjana, UniversitasPendidikan Indonesia,
Jl. Dr. Setiabudi No.229, Bandung 40154, Indonesia
*achmad[at]student.upi.edu
b) Program Administrasi Pendidikan, Sekolah Pascasarjana, UniversitasPendidikan Indonesia,
Jl. Dr. Setiabudi No.229, Bandung 40154, Indonesia
c) Program Administrasi Pendidikan, Sekolah Pascasarjana, UniversitasPendidikan Indonesia,
Jl. Dr. Setiabudi No.229, Bandung 40154, Indonesia
d) Fakultas Tarbiyah dan Keguruan, Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung
jl. A.H Nasution no 105 Cibiru Bandung 40614


This research is based on the framework of thinking that the core of Madrasah Aliyah is leadership; afterwards, the core of leadership is decision making of the headmaster that can be decided as the leadership style. The aim of this research is to know how the leadership style of the head of Madrasah Aliyah Negeri Majalaya Solokan Jeruk Bandung in Making. The research approach used in this research is qualitative approach with descriptive as the method. Observation, interview, and documentation are the techniques of data collection which afterwards analyzed by reviewing and learning the data, data utility, data categorize and data interpretation.Based on the result of the research, it can be concluded that the leadership style of head of Madrasah Aliyah Negeri Majalaya is executive leadership style which can be seen by how easy the head of Madrasah Aliyah Negeri Majalaya makes decision. It is happened because the head of Madrasah Aliyah Negeri Majalaya has good personality and able to communicate by using two ways communication. The success achieved by the head of Madrasah Aliyah Negeri Malajalaya can be seen by the work achievement which can be seen by students’ achievements.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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186.

THE HEADMASTERS’ LEADERSHIP STYLE IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Sri Marmoah, Ali Ramatni, Tri Rahayu

Batanghari University Jambi
STKIP Muhammadiyah Sungai Penuh, Jambi


THE HEADMASTERS’ LEADERSHIP STYLE IN
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Sri Marmoah
marfuah_pt@yahoo.co.id
Batanghari University, Jambi
Ali Ramatni
aliramatni2008@yahoo.com
STKIP Muhammadiyah Sungai Penuh, Jambi
Tri Rahayu
trirahayuaybi@gmail.com
Batanghari University, Jambi


Abstract

ABSTRACT: The headteacher is the leader and the manager in the school. There are many successful ways of leading and managing and how people actually behave in practice is a mixture of their ideas and personality. A head master has to decide how far to be democratic and how far autocratic. The purpose of this research was to know about the type of leadership which is used by the headmaster of the elementary school. The design of this research was descriptive qualitative research. The data for this research was collected through questionnaire and documentation. The research was carried in 32 state elementary schools of Telanaipura Kota Jambi. A total of 128 individuals have participated in the research. Among them 96 teachers were included as a sample through simple random sampling technique. The questionnaires on communication, decision-making, and delegation of duties were used to describe the headmaster leadership styles. Based on the analysis of the questionnaire and documentation which related to the leadership style of the headmaster, this research revealed three important common styles of leadership: autocratic, democratic, and laissez-faire. In conclusion the democratic was the most common used to practice leadership styles in state elementary schools of Telanaipura Kota Jambi. Based on the findings, it is recommended that the headmasters of state elementary schools should neat a mixture of autocratic and democratic styles of leadership.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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187.

Consensus of ideal leadership style in relation to school effectiveness
Zainul Yasni

Queens University Belfast


An array of studies in the literature on educational leadership and school effectiveness have emplaced school leadership at the cynosure of school effectiveness and school improvement. This research delves into the consensus of the apropos leadership styles of school principals regarding their roles in relation to school leadership and school effectiveness. Taking a qualitative approach, data was aggregated through semi-structured interviews with the selected principals of A-accredited schools located on Lombok Island, Indonesia. It suggests that the interrelation between a principal’s style and their role strongly impinges on effectiveness within the school. It is also asserted that exertions to promote school effectiveness have been linked with ideas of democratic leadership, strong academic emphasis, and the strong involvement of teachers, staff and students within the school context, and the principals had a shared management style and responsibilities.
These findings enable exhortations for amelioration in educational context, and offer an approbation to develop a national policy for principals which can also be adopted by the higher education institutions and practitioners to develop training and preparation framework for principals to continuously upgrade their professional development in Indonesia.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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188.

THE INTEGRATION OF AUTHENTIC LEADERSHIP SYSTEM IN ALTERATION MANAGEMENT OF MADRASAH
Aan Komariah, Dedy Achmad Kurniady, Eka Prihatin

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Authentic leadership has a value system that characterizes leadership behaviors. The purpose of this article is to demonstrate authentic leadership abilities in integrating authentic leadership system in alteration management of madrasah through training and mentoring of classroom action research articles conducted by madrasah teachers. The method used in this activity was a coaching group which was started with workshop, classroom research, research seminar and writing article. The results revealed that authentic leadership has a high success rate in integrating authentic leadership system in alteration management of madrasah. The impact of the results of this study have encouraged the level of motivation and creativity of madrasah teachers in building a culture of researching, writing and analyzing the problems of teaching and learning process in madrasah.

Topic: School Principalship and Leadership

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189.

BRAIN JOGGING TRAINING TO INCREASE ATHLETE’S CONFIDENCE
Komarudin

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Confidence is the basic capital for success because athletes who have confidence will create a sense of security that looks at attitudes and behavior of athletes who are not easy to worry, not easily nervous, assertive in action, and always convinced by the ability of himself in performing the task what to do. The less confident, athlete always doubts his ability, so there is an inhibiting tension to show his best performance, if athletes are required to perform higher athletes easily despair and frustrated. Therefore, confidence should continue to be trained in every training session through appropriate psychological training methods one of which is through brain jogging training. This study aims to determine the effect of brain jogging training to improving self-confidence. The method used in this study is experimental method with design "the one group pretest-posttest design". The population in this study are UPI students who are active in football. Samples were taken by purposive sampling that is only athletes who actively practice and follow the competition on the sport, so that obtained a sample of 20 people. The sample groups were treated for brain jogging training for 11 session, twice a week. The instrument used to measure confidence is SSCI (The State Sport Confidence Inventory). Data analysis techniques used t test with the SPSS version 21. The results showed that "brain jogging training has a significant effect on the increase of athletes confidence". The conclusions of brain jogging training can be used as a psychological training method to increase athletes confidence, especially for football athletes.

Topic: Sport and physic of education

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190.

Frequent External Feedback Can Degrade Learning: Evidence and Interpretations
Yadi Sunaryadi, Sagitarius, Basiran

Coaching Department
FPOK Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


The role of external information feedback for motor learning has been evaluated recently by an examination of its role on performance on transfer or retention tests. Several lines of evidence from various research paradigms show that, as compared to feedback provided frequently (after every trial), less frequent feedback provides benefits in learning as measured on tests of long-term retention. Such effects are of course contrary to most accounts of the learning process in human skills. In this paper, these lines of evidence are first briefly reviewed, and then several interpretations are provided in terms of the underlying processes that are degraded by frequent feedback. These decrements for frequent feedback seem to be caused by feedback’s tendency to generate maladaptive short-term corrections, by a blockage of several sets of information processing activities, or by both of these factors in some combination

Topic: Sport and physic of education

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191.

IMPLEMENTATION OF OUTDOOR EDUCATION TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF STUDENT CHARACTER
Helmy Firmansyah

Fakultas Pendidikan Olahraga dan Kesehatan
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


TThe study aims to assess and find the results of implementation of outdoor education to the establishment of student character. This study uses a quantitative and qualitative approach with quasi experimental method pretest-posttest control group design (two group). The research instrument is a questionnaire that was analyzed with statistical techniques that measure symptoms of central and paired t test (paired t test). Results of research students tend to use or utilize the equipment or facilities in our environment with having fun so need imagination and creativity, problem solving ability in children, stimulate the development of language and verbal skills, develop social skills, and a container of emotional expression.

Topic: Sport and physic of education

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192.

Assessment and boosting the quality of teacher education in Vietnam
Anh Duong

Sydney School of Education and Social Works
The University of Sydney


Teacher education in Vietnam has consisted several programs from kindergarten, primary to secondary education. In this paper’s scope, the researcher will focus on the quality of teacher education which requires a lot of attention from government toward fundamental and comprehensive education reform. Due to some efforts on renovating the curriculum, innovating teaching methods and creating more opportunities for students to join scientific research, it remains the fact that teacher students do not meet the demand from schools. This research uses documents analysis research method to analyze the situation and suggests some solutions to improve teacher education by: (i) redesigning the curriculum appropriate to different disciplines (based on balancing between theoretical and practical knowledge; creating more internships opportunities right from the second to the final year of training); (ii) boosting assessment in teacher education. Assessment could be conducted under the form of surveying students and graduates’ satisfaction on the curriculum and schools for their teachers’ professional and pedagogical competences. Besides, the method of strengthening students’ achievements during their studies by formative assessment holds a key role for improving the quality.

Topic: Teacher Education

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193.

Contextual ApproachA Application to Increase Syntax undestanding in Developing Teaching Book of Universities in Indonesia
Tutik Wahyuni (a*), Sarwiji Suwandi (b), St.Y. Slamet (c), Andayani(d)

(a*)Doctorate student of Indonesian Language Education in Universitas Sebelas Maret Surakarta and lecturer in Universitas Veteran Bangun Nusantara Sukoharjo. Email: tutik21161[at]gmail.com
(b)Profesor of Universitas Sebelas Maret Surakarta. Email: sarwijiswan[at]yahoo.com
(c)Profesor of Universitas Sebelas Maret Surakarta. Email: slametsty[at]yahoo.co.id
(d)Profesor of Universitas Sebelas Maret Surakarta. Email: bu_anda09[at]yahoo.co.id


The phenomenon of less successful understanding Sintaksis material in university can dominantly be stated as low mastering in understanding Sintaksis. It is caused by limited references. The current Sintaksis teaching book used doesn’t meet the need of lecturers and students. There is still gap with the curriculum about the essence of language function for communicating. This research is to produce the development of Sintaksis teaching book in contextual approach for students of Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia (PBSI) of universities in Surakarta area. The method used in this research is Research and Development. The objective of the method is to design new products. The step of the research has been varied by Sukmadinata to be to be three stages, namely; introductory study, model development, and product validation. Sampling Technique uses random sampling technique. The effectiveness test result can be concluded that students’ Sintaksis ability using Sintaksis teaching book in contextual approach is better than those who don’t use Sintaksis teaching book.

Topic: Teacher Education

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194.

Designing Program based on CDIO Approach to train Teacher Students at Vinh University
Nguyen Thi Bich Hien; Thai Van Thanh

Vinh University


How can university graduates can meet the requirements of society. In order to answer this question, we have been working to improve the quality of faculty and facilities, but also working to update the objectives and contents of programs. This paper outlines the process of developing a course "Theory and Method of Teaching Chemistry" through pedagogical training based on the CDIO approach. The results of this study and investigation will show that the content of the program should focus on training for students to develop competencies, such as the ability to utilize experiments in teaching, the ability to use chemical exercises in teaching, and to design the ability to organize experiential learning activities for students. This will help graduates to adapt their study to the requirements of an increasingly innovative society.

Topic: Teacher Education

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195.

Teaching English Literature for Vietnamese Students: Approaching the Original Text
Ho Thi Van Anh

Vinh University


In the midst of globalization, Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Training has emphasized on specialized English in tertiary education. National Foreign Languages 2020 Project has been implemented; in which, majors have been taught in English. Philology teachers and learners, however, due to their English level, are still bystanders. That raises the question whether they could break perennial routine to approach original texts? Drawing on comparative literature theory and teaching Western literature experiences, the presenter responded to that question by designing a bilingual reading course to determine strategies for learners with European Framework B1 English level to access English works. This report results from that course evaluation, including feedback by participants. The presenter will discuss how surveys were conducted and the audience will be expected to engage with some classroom activities. Attendees will also receive comparative reading tips which could be applied to teaching students from other native languages.

Topic: Teacher Education

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196.

Building Environmental Awareness through Literature Teaching
Ho Thi Van Anh

Vinh University


Ecocriticism and Nature Studies have been proved potential research directions worldwide. In Vietnam and other Asian countries, the interest in ecocriticism among academics and educators is not noticeable. This study aims to figure out how this research approach could be applied in specific disciplines in schools in order to build environmental awareness for students. In this case, we have conducted a survey and an experiment in a particular subject: literature, in a limited scale: Faculty of Literature, Vinh University, Vietnam. The findings revealed that applying ecocriticism in teaching literature teaching is a practical and efficient way of raising environmental awareness without distorting literature nature.

Topic: Teacher Education

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197.

MANAGEMENT OF HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM IN VIETNAM IN ACCORDANCE WITH AUN-QA STANDARDS
Phan Hung Thu

Vinh University


In the background of education reform and international integration, the current teacher training programs have not met demand of high school education reform. The current programs are built basing mainly on MoETs (Ministry of Education and Training program framework and experience of teachers. Therefore, the current programs are not yet effective, not suitable to tendency of education innovation in the process of international integration and training objectives of pedagogic schools in the new period. Future teachers need to be equipped with knowledge and professional reasoning, skills and personal qualities in their professional activities, communication and collaboration skills, and key competencies of a teacher in modern education, satisfying needs of teaching differentiation, integration, design and organization of creative experiential activities for pupils, assessment of pupils by access capacity, etc ... Therefore, re-evaluation and update of training programs are to keep up with the demands of new high school education ones and to integrate with ASEAN countries, as well as to build the right foundation for learning of learners so that they can handle complex problems of modern knowledge and practice. These are current indispensable trend of the school. So management of pedagogic schools/universities/colleges’ training programs in specific according to standards AUN-QA is a good way suitable to process of development and integration with the region and the world

Topic: Teacher Education

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198.

THE EVALUATION MODEL OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATORS’ PERFORMANCE
Eka Prihatin

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


There are many models that could be used to asses the performance level of university educators. One of them is Evaluasi Kinerja Akademik (Evaluation of Academic Performance - EKA), which generates proper level of calculation, fairness and equality. It becomes an alternative model in calculating remuneration, in which both institution and lecturers have high trust level towards its application. The concept of this model is to calculate every performance performed by educators in accordance with the weight that has been set and converted into the amount of money paid as remuneration. Its implementation in university increases the level of motivation, performance, satisfaction, loyalty, image and high trust of educators towads the institution. It is a common goal of every university around the world.

Topic: Teacher Education

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199.

The Utilization of Management Information System towards the Quality of Academic Services at Accredited Public Senior High Schools
Asti putri kartiwi

Universitas muhammadiyah sukabumi


School Academic service is a service provided by school for students. In accredited Public Senior High School, the utilization of management information system has been implemented in supporting the quality of school academic service. This research uses quantitative approach with survey as the methodology. The samples were 1,194 persons from 47 units of accredited senior high schools in Central Kalimantan. The findings of this research show that the utilization of management information system has significant effects toward the quality of academic service.

Topic: Total Quality Management in Education

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200.

THE QUALITY OF THE SCHOOLS’ ACADEMIC SERVICE (The Analysis of the Principals’ Transformational Leadership, the Performance of Schools’ Administration Personnel, and the Utilization of the Schools’ Management of Information System towards the Quality of Academic Services at Accredited Public Senior High Schools in the Central Kalimantan Province)
Asti putri kartiwi

Universitas muhammadiyah sukabumi


Academic school service is a public service that is provided by the educational institution for the students as the consumers of the school. The quality improvement for academic service in senior high school is aimed to support the teaching and learning process. Without this development, the teaching and learning process in the class will be hampered. Thus, issues raised in this research are the direct and indirect partial influence, as well as the simultaneous impact of principals’ transformational leadership, the schools’ administration performance and the utilization of schools’ (Management of Information System) SIM towards the quality of academic services at accredited public senior high schools in the Central Kalimantan Province.
This research uses quantitative approach with survey as the methodology. There are 130 Public Senior High School in the Central Kalimantan Province as the population with 47 units of accredited schools as the sample and 1,194 people consisting of school principals, teachers, administrative personnel and students as the respondents. The respondents are separated based on accredited-schools cluster: A, B and C. Moreover, questionnaires are used as the data collection. Then, the results of this research are processed using double regression.
The findings of this research shows that: 1) principals’ transformational leadership and academic service were sufficient; 2) the schools’ administration performance and the utilization of schools’ SIM were low; 3) principals’ transformational leadership did not significantly affect the quality of academic service; 4) both the schools’ administration performance and the utilization of school’s SIM had significant impacts towards academic service; (5) altogether, the principals’ transformational leadership, the schools’ administration performance and the utilization of schools’ SIM had significant influences on quality of academic service at Public senior high school in Central Kalimantan Province.
Based on those findings, it can be concluded that the principal and policy makers at regional and provincial levels should facilitate the development of technical and communication skills of administrative personnel in order to support their work in the schools. Moreover, the administrative personnel should be more open to the latest innovations regarding information technology. In addition, this research should be followed up by other researchers because research on the quality of schools’ academic service that is associated with the schools performance and the utilization of school’s SIM is still rare.

Topic: Total Quality Management in Education

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201.

Quality Management of Education Affirmative Program of Secondary Education of Papua and West Papua
Herta Triana Panggbean

Educational Administration, School of Posgraduete,
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia(UPI)
Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi No.229 Bandung, West Java, Indonesia
40154


: Getting a decent education is the right of every child. Economic, cultural and geographical accessibility conditions are the limit for many children in eastern Indonesia, especially Papua and West Papua to get basic education. There are still many Papuan and West Papuans who are not concerned with the importance of education for children. Many people have economic difficulties so they can not afford to send their children to school. A conservative view of education is unimportant and a reluctance to work causes many Papuans to leave the urban areas.

Data from United Nations Childrens Fund (Unicef) shows that 30% of Papuan students do not complete their primary and junior high schools. In rural areas, about 50% of elementary students and 73% of junior high school students choose to drop out.
Looking at the issue of education in Papua, the key to the problem lies in the limited availability of school buildings and infrastructure in scattered villages. Besides the lack of educators also become a problem.

This fact raises many problems such as low average school length and literacy rate in Papua, still high numbers of illiteracy or illiteracy, and so on. The Pro-gram of Secondary Educational Affirmation (ADEM) for Papuan students is one of the policies set forth as the implementation of the realization of the ideals of the Indonesian nation in the intellectual life of the nation. Provide opportunities for Papuan sons and daughters to study outside Papua and compete healthily in academic and non-academic achievements in formal education. But there are some obstacles or problems related to their learning activities
Through quality assurance management activities in the Papua Intermediate Education Affirmation program, it is hoped that the objectives to be realized through the policy can be achieved as well as possible.

Topic: Total Quality Management in Education

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202.

WORKING PERFORMANCE OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ISLAMIC EDUCATION SUPERVIOR
ISIH SUMINARSIH AND BADRUDIN

UIN SUNAN GUNUNG DJATI BANDUNG


WORKING PERFORMANCE OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ISLAMIC EDUCATION SUPERVIOR
〖Isih Suminarsih〗^(1)) dan Badrudin^(2))
^(1))UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung, Email: isihsuminarsih@gmail.com
^(2))UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung, Email: dr. badrudin@uinsgd.ac.id

ABSTRACT

The Achievement of educational goals is depending on the achievement of learning objectivesoneach educational institution. It also depends on the implementation of learning process in the class. A teacher is expected to have strong ability, relevant educational background, sufficient work experience, ideal teaching skill, socio-economic support, embedded work ethics, commitment, discipline and creativity. Supervisors with various programs are one of the parties who have a role in creating the ideal teacher

The purpose of this study is to analyze the following things: (1) Performance Planning Program Supervisor PAI at Tanjungsiang, Subang;
(2) Implementation of SupervisorPerformance Program of PAI Cluster 2 at Tanjungsiang Subang, (3) Supervisor performance Impact of PAI on Teacher Quality Improvement at PAI 2 Tanjungsiang,Subang.
(4) Supporting factor and inhibiting performance of Supervisor PAI Tanjungsiang, Subang,to improve the quality of PAI teachers.

The research method used in this research is analytic descriptive with primary source of supervisor of PAI, PAI Teachers and students and legislation. While the source of support is a variety of reading materials in the form of books and records related to the discussed issues.The obtained datafrom the main source and supporting resourcesanalyzed by a qualitative method.

The results showed that; (1) Performance improvement program of Supervisors in developing teachers of PAI Kec.Tanjungsiang. Subang are includes: a) Providing suggestion, advice and guidance in the preparation, implementation and evaluation of PAI education and / or learning process; B) Monitor and assess the performance of PAI teachers; C) Conducting coaching; D) Providing consideration in assessing the implementation of PAI teachers duties to authorized officers, and: e) Providing consideration in the assessment of PAI teacher assignments and placement of teachers to school principals and authorized officials; (2) Performance of Supervisor of PengawasPendidikan Agama Islam (PPAI) Tanjungsiang subdistrict. Subang regency in elementary school level (SD) during 2013/2014 was good. This is based on the fact that PPAI has carried out its main tasks in the managerial aspect as well as in the academic aspect; (3) Supporting factors include: a) The existence of cooperation with educational institutions; b) Good cooperation between Mapenda and PPAI; and c) Full support from the school it self. The inhibiting factors include: a) Lack of operational fund management of PPAI; b) To many of things within the scope of MAPENDA; c) The large amount of PPAI that is more that required and d) lack of interest in PPAI profession.4) When we measured from above 4 elements which is a) implementation of supervision; B) work performance; C) The things that relating to the development of the profession and d) the impact on the quality of schools, the supervision of supervisors PAI Tanjungsiang District. Subang regency Subang Regency is successful.

Topic: Total Quality Management in Education

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203.

Model of Management Information Systems Education Funding To Increase School Financial Report Accountability At Vocational High School in Bandung
Heni Mulyani, Ajang Mulyadi

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


This study aimed to design a management information system of financing education in Vocational High School in the city of Bandung to increase accountability of the financial statements of the school. The research aims to develop a system of financial information. The method used in this study is a research and development or Research and Develpoment (R & D). Stages in research and development (R & D) in this study is operationally consists of: 1) research and data collection; 2) Planning; 3) Development Model; 4) Validation Model; 5) Revision Model; 6) Test Model; 7) Revision Model; 8) Test Broader; and 9) Revision Model End. From the results of the data collected through interviews and analysis dokumentas, obtained a description of the existing condition management information systems in vocational education. System design begins with an analysis system using the framework PIECES (Performance, Information, Economic, Control, Efficiency, Service), then performed a needs analysis, designing flow charts system, context diagrams, Data Flow Diagrams (DFD), Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD) , and interface design.

Topic: Total Quality Management in Education

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204.

Quality of Education at Vocational High School in Bandung
S. Nurlatifah & D.A. Kurniady

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Education in Indonesia is still experiencing some problems, namely in terms of equity, relevance, efficiency and quality of education. There are still many problems related to the quality of schools in Vocational High School, especially in Bandung such as the quality of the process, in which teachers have a very important role in improving the quality of the learning process. Quoting from the research of Santoso (2014) that "In Bandung City, Kasubdit Banglemsidiklat (2005: 1) states that 63% of Vocational High School teachers do not have the required professional competence standards." The quality of education in this study sees the quality of education from the quality of students, Quality of teachers, learning environment, school discipline, willingness of learning resources, parent participation, unit cost. The method used in this study is descriptive with quantitative approach as for the sample as much as 32 principals.

Topic: Total Quality Management in Education

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205.

STRATEGY OF MANAGEMENT CAPACITY IN IMPLEMENTATION OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION POLICY IN RURAL
Aan Komariah, Dedy Achmad Kurniadi, Asep Sudaryah, Cucun Sunaengsih

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Management capacity in the order of policy implementation becomes one of the important points of the many policies and strategies launched by the government. Management capacity is at the forefront of how a policy can be implemented to improve the quality of education. The main problem of policy implementation lies in the weakness of management capacity in responding to the needs of stakeholders and the progress of science. In its implementation, the direction of the policy and strategy can not always be executed according to plan. This research uses descriptive method with qualitative approach done at Primary School in Rural District Sumedang. In general, the research steps include: (1) preliminary study, (2) descriptive study, (3) analysis of research data. This research yields how the description of management capacity strategy to implement Rural basic education policy.

Topic: Total Quality Management in Education

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206.

The Effectiveness of the Scientific-based Worksheet in Improving Students’ Affective Domain on Respiratory System Subject
Cita Tresnawati, Mia Nurkanti, Yusuf Ibrahim

Biology Education Study Program FKIP, Pasundan University


This study about The Effectiveness of the Scientific-based Worksheet in Improving Students’ Affective Domain on Respiratory System Subject. The method in this study using experimental design One Case Study in that there is only one group to test the effectiveness of scientific-based worksheet in improving learners’ achievement in respiratory system subject. The following table is the scores gained by the students after they studied respiratory system through utilizing scientific learning worksheet. The result show that there are significant differences in terms of affective aspects of the groups r hit 2.33 and r table 2.04. Hence, The worksheet of science learning it can be concluded that scientific project-based student worksheets are considered effective in improving students’ affective aspects via providing them real scientific processes, such as process-oriented investigations of problems, which eventually lead to improvements in terms of the ability to think critically, the development of scientific attitudes, and the ability to build synergistic relationship among involved students in solving problems.

Topic: Total Quality Management in Education

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