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Empowerment Journal publishes original research or theoretical papers about : 1. non formal education 2. community education 3. community development 4. training and course 5. informal education 6. social communication to support community learning process
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Maqashid Syariah Approach on the Empowerment of Human Resources in Mulyodadi village Bantul Yogyakarta

syamsuri, syamsuri syamsuri

Empowerment Vol 7, No 2 (2018): JURNAL EMPOWERMENT VOL 7 NO 2 SEPTEMBER 2018
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The process of community economic development by involving the community directly from planning, implementation to evaluation is a model of empowerment that raises human dignity on the real essence. The villagers is not only an object of development, but every individual is required to be involved in the whole process of empowerment. However, in its implementation there are many obstacles, then this article tries to analyze the inhibiting factors as well as solutions of empowerment program of Human Resources in Mulyodadi village. Mulyodadi was selected as a research sample, because of agricultural typology and eco-cultural tourism that developed well. By using qualitative method and taking data through interview, observation, and documentation (triangulation). Finally this article found two factors inhibiting the empowerment of human resources that is internal and external aspects. However, these two factors can be solved with some solutions and approaches made by the government and the community.

APPLICATION OF RIGHT TECHNOLOGY IN IMPROVING COMMUNITY INDEPENDENCE THROUGH LIFE SKILL PROGRAMS (Case Study of Appropriate Technology for Utilizing Local Potential of Sente Bulbs in Karangsetra Village, Pandeglang District, Banten Province)

Hendharli, Rudhi

Empowerment Vol 7, No 2 (2018): JURNAL EMPOWERMENT VOL 7 NO 2 SEPTEMBER 2018
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The purpose of this study is 1. To describe the planning of appropriate technology application in the cente-based tuber processing food business as a local potential. 2. To describe the process of applying appropriate technology in a cente-based tuber processing food business as a local potential. 3. To describe the results of the application of appropriate technology in a cente-based tuber processing food business as a local potential. 4. To describe the follow-up to the application of appropriate technology in the cente-based tuber processing food business as a local potential.The methodology used in this study was to use descriptive qualitative methods using data collection of observation guidelines, interview guidelines, documentation and literature studies, with informants managing Melati PAUD and parents of Melati PAUD students. The results showed that the efforts of the management of Paud Melati in training the use of appropriate technology to improve independence through cente processing, learning citizens were able to realize the results of entrepreneurial life skills obtained through the learning of citizens towards the adoption of cente processing equipment technology, product diversification from senti bulbs, increased insight into efforts at independence in business and income.The conclusion in this study is proven to be able to increase the independence of trainees. Training participants are able to market themselves or through marketing services that are entrusted to PAUD Melati managers the results of entrepreneurial training. Based on the results of research and discussion that has been carried out in this study, the researchers provide some suggestions for institutions and Technical Resource Persons should conduct life training activities using appropriate technology more intensive and more optimal in facilitating learning as one of the activities to improve the independence of trainees. Keywords: Appropriate Technology, Independence, Life Skills Education.

THE EFFECT OF SELF-EFFICACY ON ENGLISH TRAINING RESULTS

Laksono, Bayu Adi

Empowerment Vol 7, No 2 (2018): JURNAL EMPOWERMENT VOL 7 NO 2 SEPTEMBER 2018
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The aim of this study is to explore how much influence the self-efficacy of English training results in the form of the TOEFL score. This research used the quantitative approach, with multiple linear regression analysis. The sampling technique used a saturated sample in which the researcher uses 23 persons who are carrying out the TOEFL training. Data collection techniques using the questionnaire in the form of google form and then analyzed using SPSS 24. Data collection tool in the form of the validated questionnaire with all item coefficients greater than 0.3 (r = 0.316 — 0.885) and declared reliable with alpha value 0.945. The results of this study indicate that there is a significant influence simultaneously between self-efficacy with ability variables, the ability to organize, the ability to perform a task, the ability to achieve a goal and implement actions to achieve proficiency in training results in the form of TOEFL score. But partially no significant effect. Effect of self-efficacy with these variables has an effect on the training results in the form of TOEFL score of 64.5%.

APPLICATION OF PROJECT METHODS TO INCREASE INTERPERSONAL INTELLIGENCE OF EARLY AGE CHILDREN (CASE STUDY IN KARTIKA XIX-43 BRIGIF CIMAHI KINDERGARTEN)

suhanda, deepprilla

Empowerment Vol 7, No 2 (2018): JURNAL EMPOWERMENT VOL 7 NO 2 SEPTEMBER 2018
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Golden age is the golden age of child development which at the age of 0-6 years improves child interpersonal intelligence has been achieved at this time one of them through the implementation of the project method. The goal to be achieved through this research is to know and describe: 1). Early childhood interpersonal intelligence before applied project method in Kartika Kindergarten XIX-43 Brigif Cimahi 2). application of early childhood interpersonal intelligence through project method in Kartika XIX-43 Kindergarten Brigif Cimahi 3). Early childhood interpersonal intelligence after applied project method in Kartika XIX-43 Kindergarten Brigif Cimahi. This study uses qualitative research deskritif Source of this data are students in kindergarten KartikaXIX-43 Brigif Cimahi Tengah, School year 2017/2018, while the sample of the study amounted to 6 students into the case. The results showed that: 1) the initial condition to improve the interpersonal intelligence of the child by the teacher is still relatively monotonous and conventional in that it is associated with the limited work on the learning that is related to interpersonal intelligence 2) .process of learning the project method taken through the stages of learning the simple is not complicated and can be followed by the child. 3). The achievement of learning through project methods in certain forms has contributed to such improvements in interpersonal intelligence in general, especially when starting to cooperate with friends and division of tasks with other friends meningkast significantly. Based on the results of the discussion that has been described learning activities with the implementation of project methods is very positive impact on improving childrens interpersonal intelligence in Kartika Kindergarten XIX-43 Central Cimahi Year 2017/2018. The result of obsevation of improvement of children interpersonal intelligence before and after implementing the project method showed optimal and significant development.            Keywords: project method, interpersonal intelligen

EVALUATING ENTREPRENEURSHIP TRAINING PROGRAM FOR KEAKSARAAN FUNGSIONAL PROGRAM AT KECAMATAN GUNUNGHALU

Nurlaeni, Nurlaeni

Empowerment Vol 7, No 2 (2018): JURNAL EMPOWERMENT VOL 7 NO 2 SEPTEMBER 2018
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Keaksaraan Fungional (KF) program faces challenges for its participants still face issues post-program, specifically economic welfare related issues. Various programs have been organised to supplement KF. Among them, is entrepreneurship training and life skills training. This research attempts to evaluate such program held at Desa Pandansari, Kecamatan Gununghalu, specifically at the community of Karya Lestari Community Learning Center (CLC) using the responsive evaluation model. Generally, the program showed positive results and have been successful in engaging its participants to be more responsive when facing economic challenges in daily life.

THE PARENT ROLE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD CHARACTER BUILDING

Sunarni, Dwi Hayantina

Empowerment Vol 7, No 2 (2018): JURNAL EMPOWERMENT VOL 7 NO 2 SEPTEMBER 2018
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Having children who has a good character is every parent wish. For having this good character its need to be done from early age. All the parents has an important role on building this character to their children. Children as a good imitators will do what they see, so that the parent in this case need to be a good role model to the children. Like a wise words say an apple never fall far from the tree, so its mean childrens is the reflection of their childrens. If we want to have children with good character so the parent must have a good character too. So that the parent has a main role to building this early age children. Every child is like a clean white paper, they will follow every direction that been given to them. Not only the parents, school and the environtment having a huge role to building this children character. But back again if the parents already put the values of the good character the children wont absorb other influence from their environment. So it means that father and mother roles in the family becoming the most important things on this children character building. Other than that the parent responsibilities to their children character building need to be their main concern.

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT THROUGH PHYSICAL LIFE EDUCATION TATA BOGA IN FAMILY ECONOMIC EFFORT

Uthartianty, Rita

Empowerment Vol 7, No 2 (2018): JURNAL EMPOWERMENT VOL 7 NO 2 SEPTEMBER 2018
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This research is motivated by the limited access of women in supporting the family economy. Therefore the issues raised in this research is how to empower women through Life Skills Education (PKH) Culinary program in PKBM Jayagiri West Bandung Regency.The purpose of this study is to describe the initial condition of the learning community (women) before joining PKH Tata Boga programs, planning, implementation and results of the activities achieved, as well as supporting factors and inhibiting the implementation of activities. The theory that supports this research is about the concept of women empowerment, PKH, and family economy. While the research method used is qualitative descriptive approach. Research data obtained by observation, interview,and documentation.The results of the research are as follows: (1) The initial condition of the students to learn before joining the womens empowerment program through the PKH Tata Boga program is generally low family life with the limited entrepreneurship skill, (2) The planning of women empowerment through PKH Tata Boga program through the process of identification, mapping of potentials and resources as well as with the involvement of the learning community, (3) The process of implementing womens empowerment through the PKH Tata Boga program is carried out by various approaches and empowerment techniques with 80 percent proportion of practice and 20 percent theory, (4) women through the PKH program of culinary learners who are attained by citizens learn to have a change of attitude in utilizing the potential and leisure time to improve the family economy through the effort in the field of Culinary, (5) Supporting factors of activities such as studying citizens are not charged for learning, learning motivation,family, and society. While the inhibiting factors include limitations in marketing products, capital and partnerships. Keywords: Empowerment of women, Life Skills education (PKH), improvement of family economy

SCIENCE LEARNING IN EARLY CHILDHOOD

marsetyaningrum, dwiyani

Empowerment Vol 7, No 2 (2018): JURNAL EMPOWERMENT VOL 7 NO 2 SEPTEMBER 2018
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Science trains children experimenting with carrying out multiple experiments, enriching childrens insights to always want to try and try. So that science can lead and encourage children to be a creative and full of initiative and can build a knowledge that later can be used in adulthood. Science familiarizes children following the experimental stages and should not hide a failure. That is, science can train positive mental, logical thinking, and order (systematic). In addition, it can also train children to be careful, because children must observe, make predictions, and make decisions. The introduction of early science should be tailored to the childs developmental level and characteristics, the educator does not stuff the child with the concept but facilitates the child to discover facts and concepts in a simple experiment. Like scientists, children need skills on how to use observing, classifying, measuring, predicting, experimenting and communicating skills. Basically, activities in the concept of science can be learned through simple and simple daily experiences. Fun and exciting atmosphere will motivate the child to continuously seek answers to what the child thinks and prove because in essence the child is born with something miraculous to bring curiosity or find out about what he saw, heard and felt in the neighborhood.

MANAGEMENT OF ONLINE BASIC LEVEL OF LEVELED TRAINING FOR TO IMPROVE THE COMPETENCE OF EARLY CHILDHOOD AND CARE EDUCATION (ECCE) TEACHERS (Case Study at PP PAUD and DIKMAS West Java)

rahman, taufik

Empowerment Vol 7, No 2 (2018): JURNAL EMPOWERMENT VOL 7 NO 2 SEPTEMBER 2018
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Abstract The Center for Development of Early Childhood Education and Community Education (PP PAUD and Dikmas) West Java  has programmed Online Basic Level of Leveled Training for Early Childhood and Care Education (ECCE) Teachers. The Leveled Training consists of basic, intermediate, and advance level which are constructed to improve the competence of three levels of ECCE teachers (junior assistance, assistance, and ECCE teachers), continuously and gradually. The online basic level training is supposed to provide junior assistant of ECCE teacher with minimum competency.The focus this study is to investigate how the management of online basic level training in improving  the competence of ECCE teachers developed by PP PAUD and Dikmas West Java.The Purpose of this study is to describe the planning, implementation and evaluation of online basic level training in improving the competence of ECCE teachers. Supporting theories of this study are the management concept, training, online learning and competency of ECCE teachers.The methodology used in this study is descriptive qualitative with ex-post facto approach. The data obtained through analysis of documents and interviews with the organizer, instructor, mentor, administrator and alumni of Training. The subjects are five people consisting of the  organizer, instructor, mentor, administrator and alumni of Training.Based on the analysis of data and discussion of research result, the findings are: (1) planning phase of  online training was done with writing design, setting up learning media and tools, designing Content Management System (CMS) and Learning Management System (CMS); (2) Implementation of the online basic level  Training  employed three main strategies, i.e. face-to-face online, tutorials online and independent learning; (3) Evaluation of the online basic level  Training  was divided into two parts, the evaluation results include (a) cognitive, (b) affective (c) psychomotor, and program evaluation.Recommendations for the organizers are to increase server capacity, improve the Content Management System and Learning Management System, develop online intermediate and advance levels of leveled Training for improving the competence of ECCE teachers and develop other online trainings.  Recommendation for the instructors and mentors are to provide more intensive enrichment of training materials, of operating IT and online activities, and completing of SOP of supervisors and mentors. Keyword : Management, online Training, ECCE teachers

LEARNING MANAGEMENT OF FAMILY EDUCATION THROUGH PARENTING CLASS TO IMPROVE PARENT’S POSITIVE PARENTING ABILITY (Case Study at PKBM Melati Jayagiri, West Bandung District)

indrayani, indrayani

Empowerment Vol 7, No 2 (2018): JURNAL EMPOWERMENT VOL 7 NO 2 SEPTEMBER 2018
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Abstract The main purpose of this study is to analyze the learning management of family education through parenting class to improve parent’s positive parenting ability conducted in Melati Jayagiri Community Learning Center (CLC/PKBM), Desa Jayagiri, Kecamatan Lembang, Kabupaten Bandung Barat.The study used qualitative approach and descriptive method. The research subjects were 5 persons, consisted of 3 community learning center’s students (WB1, WB2 and WB3) and triangulation from the informants coming from 1 CLC manager (P1) and 1 CLC educator (NS1). The study taken place in Melati Jayagiri Community Learning Center, Jayagiri Village, District Lembang, West Bandung regency. As the results of the study, the following data are obtained: 1) The lesson plans were designed by managers and educators after conducting needs assessments, after that learning objectives were determined, lessons and tools related to learning elements were prepared, 2) Parenting class was conducted with  positive parenting as the main learning materials, and the supporting materials were conveyed in the form of storytelling, (b) the learning approach used was participative-andragogy, (c) the learning methods/ techniques used were discussions, lectures, practices and frequently asked questions and demonstrations, (d) the learning media were laptops, LCD, speakers (e) evaluation, (f) follow-up and (g) learning environment, 3) the Learning outcomes consisted of (a) cognitive, (b) affective,and  (c) psychomotoric, all aspects indicating progressive improvement.  The research recommends mutual wider partnership with other Early Childhood Education’s stakeholders for better management of this parenting class in the future.Keywords: family education, positive parenting, learning, management