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Journal of ICSAR
ISSN : 25488600     EISSN : 25488619     DOI : -
Core Subject : Education,
This journal is expected to serve as a publication media for the results of quality scientific research, especially the special education of children, which can be accessed online, printed and free by the people of Indonesia and the international community. The article (article) published in this Journal of ICSAR is an article that has passed or completed the review process by peer-reviewed.
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Visual Media Usage Teaching in the Special Education Integration Programme (SEIP) of Hearing Impairment in Hulu Selangor razalli, abdul rahim; yusuf, noreha; kassim, rahimah; mamat, nordin
Journal of ICSAR Vol 1, No 2 (2017): July
Publisher : Department of Special Education

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This study was conducted to identify the level of usage of visual media in teaching at the Special Education Integration Programme (SEIP) Hearing Impairment. The study also identified the attitude towards the use of visual media and the limitations faced by teachers when using visual media. The findings show the use of visual media in teaching at SEIP Hearing Impairment in Hulu Selangor is in the high level and the teacher have very positive attitude towards visual media. However, the limitations faced by teachers in the use of visual media are on the high level. This research involved 50 respondents from a special education teacher who teaches in nine (9) schools of SEIP Hearing Impairment in Hulu Selangor. Questionnaires were used as research instruments and data collection was done using 5-point Likert scale. These data were processed using Software Statistical Packages For The Social Science 20. The analysis made in descriptive statistical methods in the form of frequency, percentage and mean. Results from this study indicate the level of visual media usage among teachers in SEIP Hearing Impairment are at high level (mean = 3.52), while teachers’ attitudes were very positive (mean = 4.43). There are limitations of the study showed that teachers face in SEIP of Hearing Impairment is high (mean = 3.59). Based on the findings, some suggestions are brought forward to enhance the use of visual media in teaching at SEIP Hearing Impairment
Effect of Word Processing Applications to Improving Spelling for Ability Deaf Children in Elementry School Q, Rifnurrohma A; Efendi, Mohammad; Praherdhiono, Henry
Journal of ICSAR Vol 1, No 1 (2017): January
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This study aimed to determine the effect of word processing application on learning outcomes spelling ability p there is a deaf child in primary school. The research is a quantitative research, with this type of research  Pre-Experimental  with  One-Group Pre-test Post-test Design , the subject of research amounted to 4 people . Based on the hypothesis testing results obtained 10.98> 3182 , so there is a significant influence on the use of a word processing application on spelling ability in deaf children.
The Relationship Between Sense of Community And Agreeableness with Prosocial Behavior among Member of Young On Top (YOT) Devi, Ariska Tri; Yusuf, Munawir; Hardjono, Hardjono
Journal of ICSAR Vol 1, No 1 (2017): January
Publisher : Department of Special Education

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Helping behavior that benefits others or society in general called as prosocial behavior. Prosocial behavior refers to voluntary actions that are intended to help and give benefit for another individual or group. Prosocial behavior in the individual in a community or organization can be affected by sense of community and agreeableness. The aim of this study is to determine: (1) the relationship between sense of community and agreeableness with prosocial behavior, (2) the relationship between sense of community with prosocial behavior, and (3) the relationship between agreeableness with prosocial behavior among member of Young On Top (YOT).The population of this study is member of Young On Top (YOT) region Joglosemar-Jatim 2015 which is divided in six cities, those are in Solo, Semarang, Jogja, Malang, Jember, and Surabaya. Sampling used population studies or census by using the entire population consisting 162 members. Instrument in this study used prosocial behavior scale, sense of community scale, and agreeableness scale using Indonesian version of BFI. Multiple regression analysis was used for examining the first hypothesis, and partial correlation test for examining the second and the third hypothesis.The result of this study showed that there was a significant positive correlation between sense of community and agreeableness with prosocial behavior among member of Young On Top (YOT) (F-test = 100,875; p < 0,05; and R = 0,784). Partially, the result shows the significant positive correlation between sense of community and prosocial behavior (r = 0,660; p < 0,05), and there is significant positive correlation between agreeableness and prosocial behavior (r = 0,244; p < 0,05). The value of R2 in this study is 0,559 or 55,9% which was of effective contribution of sense of community towards prosocial behavior with amount 47,26% and effective contribution of agreeableness towards prosocial behavior with amount 8,67%.
Reorientation of Special Education in Improving Self Help Of Children with Special Need Hussain, Yasmin; Maarof, Mazmi
Journal of ICSAR Vol 1, No 1 (2017): January
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Effective special educational delivery for children with special needs is very crucial and pertinent for the development of the children’s growth, knowledge and living skills. Special Education is indeed a volatile and changeable field and very dynamic as it constantly needs to change and reorient to cater the needs of special children.  In anticipation of the global changes in the 21st century, educating children with special needs is no longer confined within the four walls but is an education that needs and must prepare these children towards independence and able to contribute and support to the community as individuals with self-respect. This paper explicates the importance of employability for children with special needs as means of self-help by changing the landscape of education aspects from academic based education setting towards vocational and self-reliance settings through programs that enhanced and expounded on the children’s knowledge and living skills. This is a necessary orientation of Special Education field that is important to help children to become independent adults with strong foundation of Special Education received in their schooling lives
Employing Reading Racetrack and Flashcards to Enhance Sight Words Recognition Among Students with Learning Disability Othman, Norhayati; Tahar, Mohd Mokhtar
Journal of ICSAR Vol 1, No 1 (2017): January
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Effective sight words instruction will improve a student’s overall reading abilities. This study involved a replication of an instructional reading strategy in measuring the effects of pairing reading racetracks with flashcards in enhancing sight words recognition of student with learning disability. Two six-year old students have been selected by their classroom teacher to participate based on their reading performance. Data were collected based on the number of corrects and errors of selected sight words presented to them. The results indicated that each student improved their performance on sight words reading when racetrack and flashcards were used. The efficacy of employing reading racetracks and flashcards at the classroom level was discussed.
Analysis Of Problems Faced By Special Education Teacher In Teaching The Multiple Disabilities Students Alias, Azhar; Mohamad Salleh, Norshidah
Journal of ICSAR Vol 1, No 1 (2017): January
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Multiple disabilities were defined as a person with two or more disabilities. It had caused a lot of problems in teaching and learning because they need specific education. The main objective of this study is to identify and determine the priority level of the problems faced by special education teachers in teaching multiple disabilities students. This study was based on Maslow’s Motivational Theory that focusing on Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. This survey had implemented questionnaire instrument that had been adapted from Oklahoma Office of Handicapped Concerns: 2001-2002 Disability Assessment Study. Interview protocol was adapted from National Center For Postsecondary Improvement and was implemented to identify other problems. The respondents were 66 special education teachers from 18 schools in Muar distric and 18 others were for interview session that were choosen using purposive sampling. The datas were analyzed using the IBM SPSS Statistic Version 22 by comparing mean and the findings from the interview were analyzed narratively. Both findings were devided into 3 levels which were low, medium and high according to mean value and percentage of respondent agreements. This study had found 12 problems (mean=3.97, s.d=0.916) and the 4 main problems according to priority were (1) lack of specific teaching aids (mean=4.15, s.d=0.808) (2) low self motivation and self confident (mean=4.14, s.d=0.857) (3) lack of aids support (mean=4.12, s.d=0.851) (4) communication problems (mean=4.09, s.d=0.872). The findings from the interview had came up with 15 problems and the 5 main problems according to priority were (1) emotional disturbance and lack of concentration (2) non-condusive environment in the classroom (3) communication problems (4) low cognitive level (5) lack of specific teaching aids. These findings were seen as good indicators for the authorities and special education teachers to develop and improve the education system, teaching pedagogy and high quality level of profesionalism among special education teachers.
Understanding of Special Teachers in Teaching Children with Special Needs at Inclusive Schools Rahardja, Djadja
Journal of ICSAR Vol 1, No 1 (2017): January
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This study aims to obtain an objective picture of understanding of special teachers of the concept of children with special needs, teaching, and the concept of inclusive education. This research uses descriptive method with data collection in the form of a questionnaire. Based on research results, there are three findings: 1) understanding of special teachers on the concept of children with special needs are at the translational level, while for the classification and their impact are not yet at the translation level, 2) understanding of the special teachers on planning, implementation, and evaluation of teaching children with special needs in inclusive settings are not already on the translational level; and 3) understanding of the special teachers on concepts, philosophies and policies related to inclusive education are not at the level of translation.
The Effect of the Big Book Media Usage to Simple Sentences’ Reading Ability for Third Grader with Intellectual Disability on Elementary School for Special Needs Ramadhani, Putri Karlis; Kustiawan, Usep
Journal of ICSAR Vol 1, No 1 (2017): January
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Child with mild intellectual disability has a resistance of 50-80 IQ intelligence below normal IQ. The purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of the big book media usage towards reading ability of simple sentences for students with mild intellectual disability. The study used the pre-experimental method with one group pretest–posttest design. The data analysis was tested by wilcoxon signed ranks test with significant level 0.05 and 5 students as sample. The results found that there was the effect of the big book media usage towards reading ability of simple sentence for students with mild intellectual disability. Suggestions for the teachers to apply the big book media as complement in learning process for the students with mild intellectual disability.
The Positive Impact of Collaborative Learning for Student with Intellectual Disability in Inclusive School Muniroh, Nadya; Apriyanti, Mita; Musayaroh, Siti; Yuliana, Syari
Journal of ICSAR Vol 1, No 1 (2017): January
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Collaborative learning in inclusive classroom is one of indicators to measure the succes of the implementation of inclusive education. The collaboration betwen regular student and student with intellectual disability (ID) in learning can contribute positive impact on the development of student with ID. The study aim to analyze the eminence of colaborative learning for student with ID in inclusive school. The method employed in this study is descriptive quantitative. The 30 regular students as the samples of this study were determined through simple random probability sampling. The primary data is collected via questionnaires and were accomplished with observation and unstructured interviews for secondary data. The data were analyzed by descriptive analitic. The result revealed that collaborative learning is enabled to build student characterics such as: caring, empathy, and social sensitivity. Collaborative learning can decrease in labbeling and bullying toward the existence of student with ID.
Developing an Interactive Multimedia of Emergency Stretcher Subject in Extracurricular Activities of Scouting for Students with Hearing Impairment on Special Education Senior High School Safawi, Muhamad Izhar; Sihkabuden, Sihkabuden
Journal of ICSAR Vol 1, No 1 (2017): January
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Students with hearing impairment have hearing obstacle bringing complex impact, especially for the intellectual nuisance and communication obstacle that related to language and vocabulary. The purposes of this development was producing an interesting of multimedia interactive materials of emergency stretcher for students with hearing impairment. Method that use on this research and development was adapted from Borg and Gall (1989) models. The results showed that product was valid. The research results from material expert was obtained score 91% (very feasible), media expert 98% (very feasible), practitioner 84.5%, the results of small group test was divided into two phases. They were phase I, learning with the help and guidance of teachers or coaches was obtained score 89.9% with the criteria of highly effective. Phase II, learning without the help and guidance of teachers or coaches was obtained score 75.8% with the criteria of effective and could be used according to a small group test. The results showed that product was valid, very decent and very effectively used with help and guidance teachers or coaches. The conclusion of this research was resulting a product including with criteria of being good and could improve cognitive abilities students with hearing impairment.