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EDUCATIO : Journal of Education
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ISSN : 25798383     EISSN : 25798405     DOI : -
Core Subject : Education, Social,
EDUCATIO is a multi-disciplinary, peer-refereed open-access journal which has been established for the dissemination of state-of-the-art knowledge in the field of education, teaching, development, instruction, educational projects and innovations, learning methodologies and new technologies in education and learning.
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Character Education And The Strategy Of Building An Independent Learners Hadi, Samsul; Chaer, Moh. Toriqul
EDUCATIO : Journal of Education Vol 2 No 2 (2017): November 2017
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29138/educatio.v2i2.177

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Education as an institution allows preparing human resources that have the readiness and competence in global competition. Learning program prepares learners with integrative interconnect. In addition, the program language proficiency skills and skills that are hard skills and soft skills. Therefore, strategies are needed education system and school management processes that lead to the formation of character learners. Rationally, character-based education is critical for immediate implementation, therefore, the central issue is examined in writing regarding strategy, a readiness of human resources, indicators of success, design implementation, evaluation strategies, barriers and policy components required. This study used a qualitative approach to presenting the study; (1) The description of the reality of education in Indonesia in general; (2) Strategy to build a new discourse of understanding the implementation of character education based on local wisdom
EFL Education And Teacher Developments: The Implementation Of CLC And Teachers’ Teaching Style Preference Riyani, Nasmah
EDUCATIO : Journal of Education Vol 2 No 2 (2017): November 2017
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29138/educatio.v2i2.178

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Teachers’ teaching style preferences is undoubtedly being an essential thing in dynamic classroom language teaching. This study aimed to investigate Indonesian EFL teachers’ teaching style and their beliefs in the implementation of communicative language competence. Additionally, this study also explored students’ speaking competence. Fifty teachers were involved based on purposive sampling from one of regency of the Capital city, Kolaka Indonesia. The respondents cooperatively supported the study, then they filled Grasha (1996) Teaching Style Inventory (TSI). The descriptive statistic showed that the respondents mostly implement formal authority styles and personal model respectively. The students’ speaking competence was still categorized low. Regarding the nominal preference of authority styles, since the purpose of language teaching on basis of curriculum based teaching, the teacher believed that giving students space to explore their flexibility in communicating would not help them to pass the national examination
The Emotional Intelligence Of Final Semester Students Of English Department In Facing The Thesis Writing At University Of Sembilanbelas November, Kolaka Chalzum, Ummy; karman, Karman
EDUCATIO : Journal of Education Vol 2 No 2 (2017): November 2017
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29138/educatio.v2i2.179

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This study was aimed at determining the level of emotional intelligence and find out the dominant aspect of the emotional intelligence of final semester students of English Department at University of Sembilanbelas November, Kolaka. This study was a survey research. The respondents in this study were the final level students of English Department. The number of respondents in this study was 40 respondents. The instruments of this study were a questionnaire and interview guideline. The sampling technique was quota sampling technique. Based on the analysis of the result of the Mean and Standard Deviation, 37 respondents or 92.5% had a standard level of emotional intelligence and 3 respondents or 7.5% had a high level of emotional intelligence. From the result of the calculation of the data, the ideal Mean (Mi) and the ideal Standard Deviation (SDi) of each aspect of emotional intelligence, it was found that the dominant aspect in students’ emotional intelligence was self-awareness, then followed by the aspect of empathy, then followed by the aspect of motivation, and then the aspect of social skills, and the latter was aspect of self-setting. To add, the level of their emotional intelligence was categorized as very high with SD.
The influences Of Vee Diagram On Animal Ecology Lab To Learning Outcomes And Logical Thinking Suprapto, Purwati Kuswarini
EDUCATIO : Journal of Education Vol 2 No 2 (2017): November 2017
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29138/educatio.v2i2.180

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During this time, the student is less understanding the significance of animal ecology lectures, so that students are less able to apply it in real of life. Animal ecology lecture consists of lectures and practicum. The purpose of this research was to increase knowledge of animal ecology and logical thinking of students using the diagram Vee on Animal Ecology lab. Research method was quasi experiment. The study population was student of prospective teachers Biology at 6th Semester as much as 9 classes taken courses Ecology animals, samples taken purposing sampling by 2 classes. This research was conducted by using a diagram Vee during practicum. Data obtained from the results of learning tests and logical thinking using the Test of Logical Thinking (TOTL). Data processing with the T test using SPSS. The results showed that there was influence using Vee diagram of the learning outcomes and logical reasoning and intellectual development of students.
The Analysis Of Gesture Used By The Students Of English Study Program In The Classroom Interaction At The University Of Sembilanbelas November, Kolaka Farlianti, Ainun Nur; Roslina, Roslina; Syam, Hariadi
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29138/educatio.v2i2.181

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This research investigated “The Analysis of Gesture Used by Students of English Study Program in the Classroom Interaction at University of Sembilanbelas November, Kolaka”. The research problems were: what kinds of gesture that used by the students in the classroom interaction? And what are the functions of gesture which used by the students? With the objective of the research were to figure out several kinds of gesture that the students used in the classroom and to find out functions of gesture which used by the students. The method that used of this research was The Descriptive-Qualitative Method. The instruments that used in this research, those were observation and interview. The research participants in this research was the students of English Study Program and amounted to about 30 students, the lesson, as schedule in the fourth semester was Speaking Class, at the University of Sembilanbelas November, Kolaka. The results of this research concluded that, there were 29 kinds of the gesture which used by the students in the classroom interaction. And the functions of gesture were used by the students was also variously. But the functions of gesture were used by the students almost all of them were same. It was to show the sign of the tough-minded and stubborn individual, the interest of the student in the conversation, the student was lacking in self-confidence, courtesy and good attitude, showed disagreement, showed self-controlling, authority when argue, the persons’ habitual, the persons’ forgetfulness, the person’s shy nature, the person’s confident, showed self, the person enthusiasm when respond something, showed the courtesy, to disguise nervousness, to illustrate numbers, to clarify, gave comment, to express kept the confidence, to express the student felt nervous and insecure.
The Differences Between Certified And Non-Certified English Teachers In The Teaching And Learning Process Pega’ Bella, Tekky Geriasti; Roslina, Roslina; Arung, Fernandes
EDUCATIO : Journal of Education Vol 2 No 2 (2017): November 2017
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29138/educatio.v2i2.182

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This research was conducted to analyze the differences between certified and non-certified English teachers in the teaching and learning process. The researcher formulated the objective of the research was to find out the differences between certified and non-certified English teachers in the teaching and learning process. Based on the objective of the research above, so the researcher came to analize the differences between certified and non-certified English teachers, they were one of certified English teacher in SMP Neg. 1 Kolaka and one of non-certified English teacher in SMK Negeri 1 Kolaka. The design of the research, the researcher used a descriptive qualitative analysis. In conducting the research, the researcher used two kinds of data collection, they were interview and observation. In analysis of the data, the researcher used techniques of data analysis by Miles and Huberman, namely data reduction, data display and verifying and conclusion. In representing the analysis, the researcher mentioned the findings of certified and non-certified English teachers in the teaching and learning process. Furthermore, through out, the analysis, the researcher explained that certified and non-certified English teachers had some differences in the teaching and learning process. They showed differences in some indicators, they were material mastery, systematic presentation, methods application, using media, performance and motivation. Based on the finding and analysis, the researcher made conclusion that certified English teacher didn’t have all indicators in his teaching and learning process. Conversely, non-certified English teacher had all indicators in his teaching and learning process. In other words, non-certified English teacher had good quality than certified English teacher.
Blended Learning Voice: Students’ Perceptions Of Mid Transitioning Into Digital Needs Of Academic Reading Friatin, Lilies Youlia; Rachmawati, Etika; Ratnawati, Ratnawati
EDUCATIO : Journal of Education Vol 2 No 2 (2017): November 2017
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29138/educatio.v2i2.183

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Blended learning is one of the e- learnings to be concerned its improvement and it can not be apart from the digital learning practices. Moreover, the application of blended learning itself is such of educational innovation in the 21st century era not only in Indonesian setting but also in the worldwide spread. In fact, the deployement of blended learning which is covered by e-learning in Indonesia is not good enough in higher education setting. The present study investigated students’ perception of applying it in an academic reading class as  part of demand in digital era. The descriptive study was employed to analyze the students’ questionnaire toward the application of blended learning during classroom practices with the 30 participants took part in the research. The students’ positive responses and interpretation from students revealed of implementation of it though some troubles occured during teaching and learning process. From the result of the data, it indicates that blended learning can be one of the educators’ choices of classroom practices in order to improve the quality of higher education and it provides  innovation of education in digital era. The study  provides the limitations and pedagogical suggetions.
Implementation of Illiteracy Eradication Program in Katoi District North Kolaka, Indonesia Azhari, Azhari; Umar, Farida
EDUCATIO : Journal of Education Vol 2 No 2 (2017): November 2017
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29138/educatio.v2i2.184

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Implementation of Illiteracy Eradication Program in Katoi Sub-District, North Kolaka District, under the guidance of Dr. Azhari, S.STP., M.Si as the supervisor I and Mr. Arafat Yasir, S.Pd.I., M.Si As mentor II. This study aimed to find and describe Implementation of Illiteracy Eradication Program in Katoi District North Kolaka, Indonesia. This research was a research with descriptive qualitative type, informant in this research as many as fifteen people. Data collection techniques were direct observation and direct interview. As for data analysis used Data Reduction, Data Presentation, and Drawing Conclusion. The results of this study indicated that the funds from the government were insufficient for the implementation of this Illiteracy Eradication program. The target of the Illiteracy Eradication program was in line with its objectives. Residents of learning who follow this illiteracy eradication program had been in accordance with the targets set by the implementer of Literacy Eradication program. While the selection of tutors and organizers should not be absolutely appropriate to the criteria established by the government. The election took precedence that had a high social spirit and willing to serve for the community, this was related to the implementation of illiteracy programs that were non-formal.
Developing Prosocial Behavior Of Early Children: Learning From “Adit & Sopo Jarwo” Hidayatulloh, M. Agung
EDUCATIO : Journal of Education Vol 2 No 2 (2017): November 2017
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29138/educatio.v2i2.185

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This article explored the description of prosocial behavior inserted in the film of “Adit and Sopo Jarwo” which can be taught to early children. The data was collected by documentation. This descriptive qualitative research analyzed five episodes of the selected film. Those episodes were taken from Season 1 and Season 2. The results showed that “playing with playmates” found in the 3rd film, “caring about others” found in all fims, “sharing (good and/or bad) experiences” found in the 4th film, “cooperative with others” found in the 1st until the 4th film, while “considering others (tolerance)” found in the 1st and the 3rd films. Further, “borrowing and lending out something to others” found in film 3, “showing enthusiasm” found in all films except film 4, “obeying the games/the rules” found in film 3, and “appreciative to others” found in film 1, 3, and 5. All of those prosocial behaviors can be taught to early children.
The Development Of Religious Humanistic Education In Tegalrejo Datinawong, Babat Lamongan Sholikhah, Khotimatus; Habibah, Sulhatul
EDUCATIO : Journal of Education Vol 2 No 2 (2017): November 2017
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29138/educatio.v2i2.186

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Indonesia Society is currently faced with a moral crisis, whether it occurs in young children, adults up to the parents. Morale is greatly needed by the community, in the form of religious humanist communities that are far from the attitude of rebellion, criminality, and selfishness. However, the reality as it is still far from the expectations of society. This is due to many things one of which is a lack of awareness in education, parenting parents are not good, and the bad environment. This is contrary to the notion of humanistic education. Humanistic Education upholds human values capable mencipkan dynamic society there is no issue that destroys human dignity. In this case, the author want to learn about the development of the religious humanist education in the community. The point of this study was Tegalrejo Datinawong district, Tripe regency, Lamongan. Community development humanist religious: first, the people who develop humanity values (honesty, compassion, fairness and mutual respect) and remain in a religious framework in accordance with religious values (habluhablum, hablu minal nature and habluminallah), Second, deciding religious humanist communities were starting from community leaders or leaders who were in the village Tegalrejo, among other village leaders, clerics, religious teacher/cleric as a motivator. Third, measures to develop human society among other religious communities develop positive values, teach moral message to the community, until finally awakened humanist and religious communities.