Publikasi Fakultas Ilmu Pendidikan

Year Title Description Publisher Author(s)
2022 Using Books in Early Childhood to Prevent the Assumption of Traditional Gender Roles
Recently, the question of gender has become a popular topic of discussion. Gender issues are also found in early childhood education, where male students are considered to be more active, and to dominate the class, and female students are considered to be more passive and to tend to be shy. Teachers and administrators are mostly female, and non-text materials–children's activity books–that are used in early childhood education contain material that reflects gender bias. As a result, this study aimed to produce a textbook that reflects gender equality. The study aimed to 1) develop and design early childhood education textbooks that promote the notion of gender equality, and 2) examine the suitability of early childhood education book designs that promote gender equality. The ADDIE model was used in this study, and the output was a children's activity book comprising eight themes that emphasize gender …
International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research 21 (4), 2022
2022 Consuming nanogold and nanosilver nanomaterials to increase self-efficacy and spirituality for cancer volunteers
Cancer is a deadly disease and the second leading cause of death in the world. This study examines the success of nanogold and nanosilver nanomaterials in increasing self-efficacy and spirituality in cancer volunteers. This research method uses quantitative and qualitative approaches. This study uses an experimental design with the type of research design is a one-group pre-test-post-test design. This study involved ten volunteers at the Indonesian Cancer Museum. Data was obtained using questionnaires, in-depth interviews, observation and documentation. The experimental design in the study is used to determine the results of giving a treatment or treatment. The results showed that consuming nanogold and nanosilver nanomaterials could increase the self-efficacy and spirituality of cancer volunteers. Physiological characteristics of cancer volunteers have high confidence to recover. Psychological …
Revista Latinoamericana de Hipertension 17 (1), 70-74, 2022
Information and Communication Technology [ICT] has affected many sectors during the Covid-19 pandemic. The education sector has also experienced significant changes, especially in the change in school culture in the post-covid-19 era in the use of ICT for learning. This study aims to explore changes in school culture in the use of ICT for learning, which is reviewed based on the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology [UTAUT] model, from the point of view of Vice Principals [VP]. This research is qualitative research with a phenomenological approach to define the vice principals’ response to the new school culture in the post-Covid-19 pandemic, due to the implementation of the distance learning policy during the Covid-19 pandemic by the Indonesian government. The informants of this study consisted of 260 vice-principals of Junior High Schools in Mojokerto Regency and City, East Java, Indonesia. The stages of data analysis are to do data reduction, determine themes, explore engagement between themes, and make conclusions. This study concludes that there is a new school culture in the post-Covid-19 pandemic where all school residents, teachers, students, and school leaders are accustomed to using technology to support learning in schools. The new culture created due to the Covid-19 pandemic is not fully implemented by all schools, but most schools have a new culture in the use of ICT for learning, especially the use of educational platforms that support the process of achieving competence by students. Schools with a high culture of innovation for all school members tend to have high acceptance and use of …
Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology 100 (19), 2022
2022 Low Self-Esteem, Coping Stress, Emotional Regulation, and Coping Stress Significantly Increase Self-Injury in Students
Self-injury in students should be avoided. As a foundation for developing a self-injury prevention program, it is vital to identify the elements that induce self-injury. This study aims to assess the effect of self-esteem, coping with stress, emotional regulation, and self-compassion on self-injury, as well as the coefficient of determination and regression model. The study included forty junior high school students who had self-injured. Various scales were tested, including the self-esteem scale, coping stress scale, emotion regulation scale, self-compassion scale, and self-injury scale. A multiple regression test was used to analyze the data with SPSS 26. Self-esteem (X1), coping stress (X2), emotional control (X3), and self-compassion (X4) all contributed 65.5 percent to self-injury (Y). School counselors must enhance self-esteem, coping with stress, emotional regulation, and self-compassion in students to prevent self-injury.
Revista de Psicología del Deporte (Journal of Sport Psychology) 31 (2), 285-296, 2022
2021 The collaborative problem based learning model innovation
Learning models that can specifically support 21st-century skills which are fundamentals and global in nature, especially in higher education, are still not available. The Problem Based Learning (PBL) model and the Collaborative Learning (CL) model have characteristics that have the potential to support these skills. The purpose of the study is to develop a collaborative problem-based learning (CPBL) model. The study's results are five model syntaxes consisting of problem orientation, organization, collaborative problem solving, presentation and discussion, and evaluation. Besides, a model matrix was produced to guide lecturer and student learning activities to achieve fundamental and global 21st-century skills, namely problem solving, critical thinking, and collaboration. The syntaxes and matrix of the model produced are feasible, valid, and practically implemented to produce graduates who have ready and competitive skills. Thus, the developed CPBL model can become an innovative initial role model for learning to support learning at various levels, especially higher education, to produce graduates who have skills that are ready and competitive in the current era, maybe even in the future.
Journal of Educational and Social Research 11 (4), 97-106, 2021
2021 Development of the Psychoeducation Model to Decrease Academic Stress When Learning from Home (LFH).
This study aimed to develop and test the acceptability and effectiveness of the psychoeducation model to decrease academic stress when learning from home (LFH). This research used a development research design, with two main objectives: developing the product and testing the effectiveness of the product. The instruments used were questionnaires on rating scales about aspects of product utility, feasibility, accuracy and also stress academic scale. Data analysis was carried out quantitatively and qualitatively. Quantitative data were analysed by descriptive statistical analysis, while qualitative data in the form of comments, suggestions and criticisms were analysed qualitatively. Based on the data analysis, it can be concluded that the psychoeducation model developed fulfils the acceptability criteria which includes utility, feasibility and accuracy. The developed psychoeducation model is effective in reducing academic stress among college students when LFH.
Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences 16 (4), 1492-1502, 2021
2021 Professional Commitment: Its Effect on Kindergarten Teachers' Organizational Citizenship Behavior.
Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) is one of the keys to the success of an organization. This current research aims to evaluate the effect of Professional Commitment on Kindergarten teachers' OCB. This quantitative research applies a cross-sectional survey design with an explanatory research type, with 145 Kindergarten teachers as the research subjects. The results show that Professional Commitment significantly affects OCB by 70.6%. In addition, teachers with higher Professional Commitment possess higher OCB in carrying out their professional duties. The results also show that the dimensions of Affective Professional commitment, Normative Professional commitment, and Continuance Professional commitment significantly affect the OCB of Kindergarten teachers.
Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences 16 (4), 2037-2048, 2021
2021 Effectiveness of Using Gebar Modules (the Movement of Line Marching) for Students in Elementary School.
One innovation that can be developed based on the problem learning angle created is the movement of line marching skills as learning media alternatives for students. This study aims to determine the effectiveness of using the Gebar Modules. The sample comprised 30 students from grades 4A and 4B who were randomly selected with one-group pre-test-post-test design. The result showed that the designed module is feasible to use. First, the data show that the N-gain coefficient is 0.77, which indicates the module's effectiveness on student-learning outcomes. Another data collection showed that 82% of the students could use a bow properly and 62% of the students can perform drill movements with the appropriate rules. In conclusion, this module makes students not only observe the things that shape the angle but also those that give them an angular shape by themselves so the material is etched deeper in their memory.
Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences 16 (3), 1052-1064, 2021
2020 Development of Online Learning for Undergraduate Guidance and Counseling Students
Blended learning is a combination of learning face to face, computer (offline), and internet-based learning (online). The main purpose of blended learning is to provide opportunities for a variety of students to learn independently, sustainably, and mature, so that learning will be more effective, more efficient, and more interesting. The development model used in the process of developing blended learning in the guidance and counselling profession course is the ADDIE model. The steps of developing this model include:(1) Analysis,(2) Design,(3) Development,(4) Implementation,(5) Evaluation. The development phase that has been carried out includes analysis, design, development and implementation. The results of expert tests obtained P= 97.5%. The interpretation criteria included
International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change 5 (5), 623-634, 2020
2019 Transformation of research education at elementary school mathematics in the industry 4.0
Industry 4.0 has brought change to all fields. This includes mathematics education, especially at the level of elementary education. The changes that took place in the era of the fourth industrial revolution demanded transformation in the field of research| education at elementary mathematics education. The
Int. J. Innovation, Creativity Change 5 (5), 1-10, 2019