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Problem Based Character Education for Street Children in Satoe atap Semarang Community

Paramadita, Kidung, Rifai RC, Ahmad, Suminar, Tri

Journal of Nonformal Education Vol 4, No 2 (2018): August 2018
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang

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A Character Education for street children has not been well developed. There are no learning methods which are used by educators effectively. This research and development (R & D) were aimed to describe character education that occurs implicitly and factually, resulting in problem-based character educatoin which was effective for street children, as well as to know the practicality and the effectiveness of problem-based character education guidebooks for street children. The factual conditions for character education were obtained by interview, observation and documentation. The conceptual guide book was validated by 2 experts and 3 practitioners. The guidebook for the implementation of character education includes the planning stage; implementation stage; closing stage. The guideline for implementing character education was efectively used to improve the street children character. It was recommended for volunteers as the main learning source to pay more attention to the learning process and the character education goals which would be achieved, they must follow the stages of the implementation guide, made the children accustomed to being more sensitive and repeat the characters which would be achieved so that those characters education develop well

Women Empowerment to Build Entrepreneurship

Karwati, Lilis, Ansori, Ansori, Mulyono, Dinno

Journal of Nonformal Education Vol 4, No 2 (2018): August 2018
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Problems in the implementation of women empowerment activities organized by government or community institutions indicate that the number of women is large enough, yet can not be utilized all the potential for development purposes because women can not enjoy life better because of the shackles of cultural sanctions. the theoretical studies developed related to building women through entrepreneurship program is one of the reasons to empower women to be able to create entrepreneurship opportunities. This study was conducted using research and development methods with data collection techniques; literature study, observation, interview, documentation, questionnaire and test. The data are analyzed descriptively, qualitatively and quantitatively. Implementation of activities in Neglasari Village Tasikmalaya. The findings show that the implementation of entrepreneurial activities as an effort to empower women can improve the level of better family economy. The results of this activity can be concluded that the model of empowerment of entrepreneurship women is very effective to improve self-reliance.

The Implementation of Adult Learning Assumption Readiness Relationships in Improving the Effectiveness of Learning Process

Muslikhah, Muslikhah -, Kamil, Mustofa, Kamarubiani, Nike

Journal of Nonformal Education Vol 4, No 2 (2018): August 2018
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Poverty is a social problem that is always present in society, especially in developing countries. The purpose of this research is to know/see the learning effectiveness of family development session program within the participants‚?? preparation in Kebon Jayanti urban village. The type of research that used is survey research. The research approach is done by survey method, combined with qualitative to explore in-depth information of gained situation in this survey research. The results of this study indicate that companion has a role as an agent that posts positive inputs and directives based on their knowledge and experience. FDS participants are also expected to exchange ideas with existing knowledge and experience under guidance or counseling to raise public awareness, share information, and enhance family development session comprehension. Thus, the conclusion is as follows; the application of learning readiness assumption in improving the learning process of family development session is well, due to the consideration of learning process with basic assumption of an adult, learning method, and interaction between facilitator and learning community in both directions while delivering materials for family development session

Model of Collaborative Learning to Improve Student‚??s Learning Ability in Nonformal Education Departement

Tristanti, Tristanti, Suharta, RB

Journal of Nonformal Education Vol 4, No 2 (2018): August 2018
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The implementation of collaborative learning model in Nonformal Education is based on the condition of learning in classroom that not optimal. It can be seen from the activities of students are passive. The purpose of this model is to improve student‚??s ability in course of Life Skills Education Nonformal Education Department. The improving of student‚??s learning ability can be indicate by; (a) the improving of student motivation in contend, (b) the reducing of fear and shame of students in ideas, (c) the improving of interaction in communication among students. This study used Lesson Study method that includes three cycles. Each cycle is consisting of planning, implementation and evaluation or plan-do-see. The implementation of this study is focusing in the first cycle on the planning. The second cycle is based on the result from the cycle one. The last cycle is result of the evaluation from the cycle two. Data are analyzed by qualitative model to explain comprehensive result. The result of this study shows that the students have done three positive activities in the classroom. Firstly, the students are active in convey the ideas. This situation can be seen from the activities of students that appreciate each other‚??s. Secondly, the students areestablished positive interaction among students. The students are not shame in communication each other and the students have high confidence in communication. Lastly, students in the group discussion can evaluation each other and make conclusion from the result of discussion. The success of learning of life skills education is supported on various things; a) the participation active of student that trigger other students to communicate, b) the provision of equal opportunities for every student to argue so that no individual differences, c) feedback from educators to the students so that the students gain meaningful experience.

The Social Emotional Development of Homeschooling Children

Rahma, Rezka Arina, Lestari, Gunarti Dwi, Nugroho, Rivo

Journal of Nonformal Education Vol 4, No 2 (2018): August 2018
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Peer Group Learning Method to Improve the College Student‚??s Achievement

Solfema, Solfema, Wahid, Syafrudin

Journal of Nonformal Education Vol 4, No 2 (2018): August 2018
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This research aimed to find out the effectiveness of peer group learning method in improving the college students‚?? achievement. This research uses one group pretest and posttest design. The population is non-formal education students of State University of Padang who take Education Statistics Subject in January-June 2017, consists of two classes each of which is control group and experimental group. There are 30 students in the control group and 41 students in the experimental group. The data obtained from the students‚?? learning result during January-June 2017 and analyzed using t-test statistical technique. The purposes of the research are (1) peer tutor is a strategy to help fulfilling the students‚?? need; (2) peer tutors will be proud of their role and they will learn from their experiences as tutor; and (3) peer tutor‚??s help can eliminate the students‚?? clumsiness. The research findings indicate that the students‚?? learning result with conventional learning method is unsatisfactory, the peer group learning method can improve the students‚?? learning result, and there is a significant difference between the students‚?? achievement learned with the conventional method and learned with the peer group method.

Perception of Illiterate Society Toward The Functional Literacy Program

Laksono, Bayu Adi, Supriyono, Supriyono, Wahyuni, Sri

Journal of Nonformal Education Vol 4, No 2 (2018): August 2018
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Perception has the important role in determining the worldview and impacts significantly, including on the functional literacy programs. The aim of this study is to reveal the perception of the illiterate in functional literacy programs. This research uses the qualitative approach with the type of phenomenology research. The research was conducted in Kadur Sub-district, Pamekasan Regency. The informants used were 6 persons who were illiterate in the functional literacy program. Data collection techniques use in-depth interviews and documentation studies. Analysis of this research data using Miles and Huberman model. The results of the study show several peceptions that formed in the functional literacy programs. Based on the research, it can be concluded that illiterate people perceive the functional literacy program as a place of fulfilment of desire, including the desire to get reward, acknowledgement, and appreciation of figure. As a place of fulfilment of needs, including the need to socialize, facing the times, empowered, and worship. The benefits of this research can be used for literacy education practitioners to improve the quality of the program by accommodating the wishes and needs of the learning community

E-training based on Determination of Education and Training Models of Early Childhood Teachers Education Programs

Siswanto, Yudi, Sutarto, Joko, Mulyono, Sungkowo Edy

Journal of Nonformal Education Vol 4, No 2 (2018): August 2018
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The success of education and training is determined from all components themselves. E-training as a medium of education and training is one of the aspects of achieving the goals of education and training effectively and efficiently. The purpose of this study is to analyze the e-training based on Determination of Education and Training Models of Early Childhood Teachers Education Programs. This research approach is a quantitative approach using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). This research was carried out at the Center for Early Childhood Education and Society Education Education in Central Java. The respondents of this study were Early Childhood teachers who attended e-training based education and training which number were 183 respondents in total by using non-probability sampling techniques. Data collection technique used was questionnaire. Data analysis technique was using SEM AMOS software. The results of the study show that individual differences, job analysis and principles of learning indirectly have a positive and insignificant effect on the effectiveness of education and training through the use of e-training. Motivation, active participation, trainer competence, indirect training methods indirectly have a positive and significant effect on the effectiveness of training through the use of e-training. E-training has a positive and significant effect on the effectiveness of training

Measurement of Pamong Performance in Agency Early Childhood Education Development and Community Education

Rahmat, Abdul, Badu, Syamsu Qamar

Journal of Nonformal Education Vol 4, No 2 (2018): August 2018
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Work productivity is the ability associated with the mental attitude of a pamong in making improvements and self-improvement in carrying out its professional duties so as to realize the hope and desire of the nation to achieve the better quality of education. The objective to be achieved by doing this research is to see the productivity measurement of pamong work and to know which variable the most dominant influence on the productivity of pamong work is. This research was conducted at Agency Early Childhood Education Development and Community Education Gorontalo 2018. To collect data in this research, field research method is used, that is research done directly to the research object. The techniques used are interviews, documentation, and questionnaires. The population in this study is the civil servant, technically the writer cannot examine each tutor or individual. Where the sampling method is done by using a random sampling technique. To obtain the data needed in this study used questionnaire survey techniques. From result of regression analysis showed that work productivity is influenced by five motivation motivation, physiological requirement (X1) = 0.699, need for safety (X2) = 0.720, social needs (X3) = 0.706, need for achievement (X4) = 0.677, self-actualization needs (X5) = 0.542. While the most dominant variable affecting the productivity of the civil service is the need for a sense of security of 0.720. There is an influence of motivation and partially significant effect seen from the fifth attribute, that is a physiological requirement for count equal to (2,540), need for security for count (3,869), social requirement for count (3,163), need for achievement the value of t count is (2.294), the need for self-actualization for the value of t count is (3.127). and together influence work productivity is seen from the value of table as much as (54,490).

Identification of Non-Education Tutors Difficulty In Education Process Of Learning Study Groups

Nainggolan, Elizon, Irwan, Mahfuzi

Journal of Nonformal Education Vol 4, No 2 (2018): August 2018
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This study aims to find out what are the difficulties of tutors who hold degrees non-educational in the learning process of study group in Binjai. This study used a descriptive qualitative research method with the research subjects were two tutors of learning groups holding non-education bachelor‚??s degrees in Binjai city which were determined purposively. Data collected by interview, observation and documentation techniques. Collected data is analyzed by steps: data reduction, data presentation, conclusion and verification. The results showed that in the package B learning group learning process in Binjai City, tutors with non-education degrees had many difficulties in the learning process. The conclusion that can be obtained in this study is the difficulties identified are located in: (1) the learning planning process, namely the difficulty in preparing RPP and syllabus. (2) the process of implementing learning, namely difficulties in preliminary activities, core activities (exploration, elaboration, confirmation), closing activities, and (3) assessment of learning outcomes.