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PRE-SERVICE ENGLISH TEACHER’S PERCEPTION ON COLLABORATIVE GENRE-BASED WRITING Sumekto, Didik Rinan; Saleh, Mursid; -, Retmono; Sofwan, Ahmad
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 3 No 2 (2015): November 2015
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This study was aimed at investigating the collaborative learning effectiveness and contribution toward pre-service English teachers’ (PSETs’) perception conveyed on genre-based writing lectures. The sample was 86 undergraduate pre-service English teachers (PSETs), Tidar University of Magelang (45 respondents) and Widya Dharma University of Klaten (41 respondents). This study used simple random sampling. Data were collected by means of questionnaire using 5-scaled Likert rating to obtain PSETs’ perception, and then analyzed quantitatively by applying the SPSS program. The findings showed that the highest response toward each category in the perception referred to (1) 41.9% or 36 responses on sometimes toward lecturer’s instruction method; 44.2% or 38 responses on seldom toward learning assessment process; 48.2 or 41 responses on seldom toward lecturer’s assessment mechanism; and 53.5% or 46 responses on sometimes toward lecturer’s instruction evaluation and reflection; and (2) there were 47.4% or 45 responses on sometimes which ranked to the highest response level on group’s performance goals; 48.4% or 46 responses on seldom which engaged PSET’s interpersonal competence; 48.4% or 46 responses on frequent which guided group maintenance; and 41.1% or 39 responses on sometimes toward classroom work.
MODEL DEVELOPMENT OF CREATIVE DRAWING TRAINING MANAGEMENT WITH THE TOPIC OF CONSERVATION FOR KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS IN SEMARANG Budi Utomo, Kamsidjo
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 2 No 1 (2014): June 2014
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Training is an effective way to professionally improve teachers’ human resource. The purpose of this training was to prepare professional kindergarten teachers to make creative drawing to children golden age. Teachers have significant roles in their "Golden age of Drawing" due to the tendency of children to imitate adults’ / Kindergarten Teachers’ behaviors. Professionally kindergarten teachers supposed to be competence in creative drawing that stimulating the spirit of child draw, is the availability of creative drawing training model and should be professionally conducted due to the principles of measured training management that ideal kindergarten teachers who are professional and having competitiveness will be realized in the performance of their duties as educational practitioners. Research and Development should be conducted for the innovations of training model management. The results of preliminary study showed that existing training model of drawing had not been professionally taken care since the principles of fine management had not been well conducted, such as planning, organization, implementation, evaluation, and further follow-up.
DEVELOPING A MODEL OF DISCOURSAL STORIES FOR CHILDREN IN THE CONCRETE OPERATIONAL PHASE Syarifah, Ety; Rustono, Rustono; J.Waluyo, Herman; Zulaeha, Ida
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 5 No 2 (2017): June 2017
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This study is meant to develop a model of discoursal stories for children suitable with their development or age level as readers. The discoursal stories are developed by considering suitable characteristics of learners as readers, teacher’s needs for learning media, and learners’ reading interest. To develop the model as learning media for Grade IV, a research and development method with three stages: (1) preliminary study, (2) product formulation and development, and (3) product validation and dissemination were used. There are two types of results in this research: criteria for the model of children’s discoursal stories in their concrete operational phase and the development of the discourse model. The model has the theme of friendship, humanity/social issues, and education, with joy and playful tone, joyful, moving /pityful/compassionate and relaxed athmosphere. Learners need to feel happy, moving, and patient, and like human being, inanimate and animate objects as main characters. The diction should be plain and metaphorical. The stories should be presented by considering the book format, fonts, paper color variety, font size, and various pictures. The language should be communicative. The content of the children’s poetry should be useful and understandable. The scene technique should be used as the method of presentation with dialogues or description. Learners like human being as the characters, completed with clear setting, linear plots, with friendship as the theme.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT MODEL FOR SCHOOL-BASED 9-YEAR BASIC EDUCATION LEARNING OBLIGATION IN KABUPATEN KUDUS Rifiani, Yuli; Widodo, Joko; Kardoyo, Kardoyo; Haryono, Haryono
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 4 No 2 (2016): November 2016
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This study aimed to develop a financial management model for school-based 9-year basic education learning obligatory in the District of Kudus, Central Java. This study employed a Research and Development approach, in which the actual model obtained from the preliminary study was developed into a model design which was appropriate with the ideal condition in the District. Then, the final model of financial management for school-based 9-year basic education was determined through a focused group discussion attended by practitioners as well as experts in the related field. The results of the data analysis show that the financial model of basic education which had been implemented so far was not appropriate any longer given that the financial aid provided by the central government along with the provincial as well as district government on the basis of the number of students without taking into account the differential factors was not in line with the real needs of the schools. Therefore, it is necessary to develop a financial model of the basic education by considering achievement as the standard measure, in which the School Operational Aid (BOS) from the central and provincial government remains based on the number of students annually, while the subsidy from the residential government is still capable of covering the lack of the whole school needs under the conditions that the school is obliged to (1) arrange the School Budget and Activity Plan  (RKAS) on the basis of EDS, (2) arrange the prioritized programs on the basis of the school vision and mission by (3) considering the school status, 4) average scores of the National Examinations (UN) and other achievements. The theoretical implication is that the model resulted from this study confirms Grubb, Rebbeca Allen’s theory that the students’ achievement is determined by fund; it also confirms Psacaropoulos that quality education requires high investment and that this development model is the realization of financial management functions as they were proposed by Harold Thomas Jones, and Warsono as well as the financial management theory proposed by Blocher.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION MANAGEMENT MODEL TO IMPROVE PRINCIPALS AND TEACHERS PERFORMANCE IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS Yusuf, Munawir; -, Sunardi; Rachman, Maman; -, Haryono
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 2 No 2 (2014): November 2014
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The purpose of this study was to (1) describe the current condition of implementation of inclusive education in primary schools, (2) to develop a model of inclusive education management, and (3) to examine the effectiveness of the management model of inclusive education in primary schools. Method of Research and Development (R & D) was used in this study, with the following stages: (1) a preliminary study to see the existing implementation of inclusive education in elementary schools through literature review and field study, (2) developing a model of inclusive education management, and (3) examining  the effectiveness of inclusive education management model. This research was conducted in 51 inclusive schools located in four districts namely; Surakarta, Boyolali, Sukoharjo, and Karanganyar. The subject of this research consisted of principals, class teachers, students with special needs education (SNE), students without SNE, and school committee. The results of the preliminary study concluded (1) the use of existing performance indicators principals and teachers, the implementation of inclusive education in primary schools did not meet the expected criteria, (2) one of the most widely perceived obstacle is the unavailability of standardized management of inclusive schools, (3) response of the school committee, students with SNE, and students without SNE to inclusive education category is quite positive, (4) the inclusive schools did not run functions and aspects of school management adequately, (5) the schools urgently needed guide management of inclusive education. The final product of the development of inclusive education management model requires that inclusive schools run the four functions of management; planning, organizing, implementing, and controlling, by combining the nine aspects of school management in terms of institutional management, curriculum, teaching process, evaluation, student, facilities, human resources, public participation and financing. To run the management model of inclusive education effectively, guide book on inclusive education management should be provided. The result of the evaluation by principals and teachers indicated that inclusive education management model was very effective. From the result, it is recommended that the guide book be disseminated for use as a guideline in the management of inclusive education in elementary schools in Indonesia.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF SUPERVISION MODEL OF COMPETENCY BASED TEACHER TO MATHEMATICS TEACHER -, Meilani
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 1 No 2 (2013): November 2013
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The main problem of this research is how the competency-based supervision model of effective teachers to improve the competence of teachers of mathematics. The purpose of this research to 1) identify the profile of supervision conducted for math teachers, 2) developing a competency-based supervision model of effective teachers to improve the competence of teachers of Mathematics. This research uses research and development (research and development). Referring to the overall measures developed Borg and Gall, in this study the steps are simplified into three stages: 1) phase of the study, 2) the development stage, and 3) model validation stage. Data collection techniques used in this study were 1) in-depth interviews (in depth interviews), 2) participant observation (participant - observation), and 3) documentation (documentation). Instrument used is human and to analyze the data using analytical techniques descriptive. The results are completion of a competency-based model of supervision of teachers for effective math teachers to improve the competence of teachers of mathematics.
EVALUATION OF THE CENTER OF SPORTS EDUCATION AND TRAINING FOR STUDENTS (CSETS) PROGRAMS IN SOUTH SULAWESI, WEST SUMATERA, AND CENTRAL JAVA Yunus, Muhammad; KS, Soegiyanto; Setiono, Hari
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 5 No 2 (2017): June 2017
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This study is meant to evaluate the implementation of the programs in CSETS of South Sulawesi, West Sumatera, and Central Java by using a CIPP method. This is an evaluation study by adopting a quantitative and qualitative approach. The data were collected by using questionnaires, interviews, documents and observation. The results show that in general, based on CIPP aspects, the programs of CSETS in three provinces are categorized to be good, with Central Java as the best, followed by West Sumatera and South Sulawesi. With the context aspect, all CSETS are categorized to be good, with Central Java as the best, followed by West Sumatera and South Sulawesi. With the input aspect, all CSETS are categorized to be good, with Central Java as the best, followed by South Sulawesi and West Sumatera. With the process aspect, CSETS of Central Java and West Sumatera are categorized to be good, and CSETS of South Sulawesi is categorized to be fair, with Central Java as the best, followed by West Sumatera and South Sulawesi. With the product aspect, CSETS of Central Java is categorized to be good, and CSETS of South Sulawesi and West Sumatera are categorized to be fair, with Central Java as the best, followed by South Sulawesi and West Sumatera. 
Mental Toughness of Athletes Toward the News Media Setyawati, Heny; Rahayu, Tandyo; Sugiharto, DYP.; Raharjo, Turnomo
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 4 No 1 (2016): June 2016
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Sports news with its variety is viewed as if “a piece of a coin” by the sports coaches and athlete. Therefore, the development and the performance of athletes need to be disclosed to the society in general, through mass media though sometimes uncontrolled news may give negative side effect which is contra productive for the sports coaching, including mental defectiveness of an athlete. This study is to examine mental toughness of athletes toward the news media. The participants were athletes who are from Central java, who are informed in mass media. They are in potential ages with national level achievement. They are experienced in their own expertise of sport within more of 7 years. They are in progress doing training in the training center basecamp and live in dormitory.  The data were collected from interview. The analysis of data a descriptive qualitative.  Mass media has an important role for an athlete as a constructive criticism shall be accepted as reality. In fact the critics on the media are helpful in improving her weakness.Athletes actually feel delighted when media covers them. The news in media can boost athletes  motivation and popularity. Positive news covered in mass media makes them feel proud. News covering the weaknesses of athletes can bring about self-reflection and self-improvement.
REVIEWING STUDENTS’ NEEDS TOWARD CONSTRUCTIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT MODEL IN LEARNING LISTENING SKILL Luriawati Nuryatmojo, Deby; Rokhman, Fathur; -, Subyantoro
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 3 No 1 (2015): June 2015
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A learning process is perceived as meaningful if it is directly or indirectly related to the experience of the environment experienced by the students. Therefore, the constructive learning environment model is considered as suitable for developing the learning process, especially in learning listening skill. This study uses R & D as the research method for assessing the suitability of the of the students’ perception witht the learning models that have already exist. As a result, this model can be used as a constructive learning environment model that is able to optimize the process of listening skill. Moreover, it can directly infuse moral values that exist in the listening process. Thus, the constructive learning environment model can address the needs of the students in learning listening skill.
PROGRAM EVALUATION OF SRIWIJAYA STATE SPORT SCHOOL Usra, Meirizal
The Journal of Educational Development Vol 1 No 1 (2013): June 2013
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This study aims to identify and analyze the performance of sports coaching, sportscoaching achievement, the feedback on activities, implementation of performancesports coaching activities, and the successfull sport achievement in Sriwijaya StateSport School (SONS). This study adopted a mixed method approach of qualitativeand quantitative research. The design for program evaluation is based on the CIPP(context, input, process and product) model. The results show that the establishmentof SONS is meant to develop the talents and achievements of student athleteswho are able to become high achievers. The school has not shown high achievementas expected as a special school for sport. The results show that the school has notbeen managed well, as a result the school high achievement has not been maximallymade. Therefore, it is suggested that the school should work closely with agenciessuch as the Provincial Office of Education who is responsible for managing andimplementing academic activities, Office of Youth and Sports who is responsible forproviding infrastructures and financial support, and National Committee for Sport(KONI) who is responsible for providing coaching and training.

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