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Cyclic Reflective Model for Promoting Prospective English Teachers- Creativity in Instructional Designing
Luh Putu Artini, Ni Nyoman Padmadewi

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Luh Putu Artini

Institutions
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha

Abstract
Creativity is one of the 21st century learning skills that need major concern in educational institutions in Indonesia. Changes from the practice of route leaning to student active learning should be started from teacher education, where prospective teachers should be trained to be creative in designing a lesson. This article is written based on a continuous classroom research on the pre-service trainings that prepare prospective teachers to become creative instructional designer through Strategy and Design Course. 2 classes of second year students undertaking first degree in English Education were involved in this study. One class comprising 30 students were treated with Cyclic Reflective Model, while another class comprising the same number of students were treated with conventional teaching model where they worked on their own and got feedback from the instructor at the end of their project. At the end of the semester, they had to create a lesson plan to be assessed on the bases of Strenberg-s five components of creativity. Comparisons were made between the two groups. Student group treated with Cyclic Reflective Model were found to be more creative than that treated with conventional teaching. The former demonstrated consistent higher scores in all the five components of creativity

Keywords
cyclic reflective model, prospective English teacher, creativity, instructional designing

Topic
Adult Education

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/ZB7DwhFxan43


IMPROVING ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR THROUGH DEVELOPMENT OF TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND WORK SATISFACTION
Hari Muharam, Widodo Sunaryo,Arwan Gunawan

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Henny Suharyati

Institutions
Universitas Pakuan

Abstract
This study aims to find an effort to improve Organizational Citizenship Behaviour (OCB) through research on the relationship between transformational leadership and job satisfaction with OCB. The method used in this study is a descriptive correlational method using a quantitative approach. The population in this study is the Permanent Teacher Foundation in 9 Private Vocational Schools in Cibungbulang District, Bogor Regency with a total of 117 teachers. The sampling technique uses proportional random sampling with the Slovin formula with a 5% margin error with a total sample of 91 teachers. This study concludes that there is a positive relationship between Transformational Leadership and Organizational Citizenship Behavior. The strength of the relationship between Transformational Leadership (X1) and Organizational Citizenship Behavior (Y). There is a positive relationship between Job Satisfaction and Organizational Citizenship Behavior. The strength of the relationship between Job Satisfaction (X2) and Organizational Citizenship Behavior (Y). There is a positive relationship between Transformational Leadership (X1) and Job Satisfaction (X2) together with Organizational Citizenship Behavior (Y) which is indicated by the ry12 correlation coefficient = 0.685 and Transformational Leadership and Job Satisfaction together have a contribution of 46,9% of Organizational Citizenship Behavior.

Keywords
Transformational Leadership, Job Satisfaction, Organizational Citizenship Behavior

Topic
Adult Education

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/FVNMPpyqD3BA


MODEL OF SCHOOL PRINCIPAL LEADERSHIP SHAPING PEDAGOGIC COMPETENCE AND TEACHER DIGITAL LITERATION IN EDUCATIONAL ERA 4.0
Henny Suharyati (a), Griet Helena Laihad (b)

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Henny Suharyati

Institutions
Universitas Pakuan

Abstract
Abstract: The leadership model of school principal can initiative teachers to improve pedagogical and digital literacy competencies in the educational era 4.0 by shaping models of leadership, innovativeness, and teacher creativity in developing learning. The study aims to find a model of leadership of principal that can provide motivation to teachers to improve their pedagogical competencies and make models of learning innovations to increase student motivation so that they can produce quality graduates. The population of the study was teachers in the area of Bogor City and Sukabumi Regency, while the samples were permanent teachers who actively taught at the elementary and junior high school level. The research method carried out was sequential explanatory mixed-method conducted quantitative research. The instruments used in the principal leadership model include indicators of transformational and visioner leadership and the formation of innovative learning models, conducting Focus Group Discussion (FGD) with teachers about innovative learning models and engineering learning models innovative. The result of the research shows the identification of appropriate school principal leadership such an ideal millenial leadership that turn of the pedagogical competence of teachers in developing innovative learning models.

Keywords
Principal Leadership Model, Pedagogic Competence, Digital Literacy

Topic
Adult Education

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/4UPZ8x7LzwvD


Readiness to Use GIS Technology in Vocational High Schools in Indonesia in Facing the Challenges of the Industrial Revolution 4.0.
Arya Bakri, Yatti Sugiarti, Didin Wahyudin

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Arya Bakri

Institutions
School of Postgraduate Studies, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

Abstract
Since the enactment of curriculum changes in 2013, several factors have emerged that often become obstacles in geographic and geospatial technical vocational high schools in Indonesia, one of which is minimal acceptance of Geography Information System (GIS) technology. This teacher survey research is to explore the determinant factors that influence the acceptance of GIS technology, through identifying what obstacles are found when the acceptance of GIS technology is integrated in classroom learning. Using survey data from 94 teachers from 34 geographic and geospatial technical vocational schools, question assumptions were formulated using the technology acceptance model (TAM 2), with key determinants of Perceived Usefulness (PU) and User Intention (UI). The lack of knowledge, skills and experience of teachers following GIS training, has caused teachers to be slow in accepting GIS technology. These pressures prevent teachers from reflecting on their teaching, and ultimately result in substitution of teachers intellectual creativity with compliance culture and contribute to the tendency of teachers to prioritize learning experiences that they believe can be directly applied to their own classroom situations. It is clear that the benefits of implementing a classroom will not come alone if the teacher is not ready and trained for the use of GIS technology.

Keywords
Geographic Information System (GIS), Acceptance, Geomatics and Geospatial Engineering Teachers, Vocational Middle Schools.

Topic
Adult Education

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/37P8eXNLKtrd


The Enhancement of Teacher Productivity through Strengthening the Professional Commitment and Principal Supervision
Eka Suhardi (a*), Soewarto Hardhienata (a), Atep Yulia Nugraha (b)

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Indarini Dwi Pursitasari

Institutions
a) Education Management, Program of Postgraduate Universitas Pakuan, Bogor, Indonesia
b) Student of Education Administration, Program of Postgraduate Universitas Pakuan, Bogor, Indonesia

*email: ekasuhardi[at]unpak.ac.id

Abstract
This study aims to enhance teacher productivity through examining the relationship between the professional commitment and principal supervision with teacher productivity. The participants pf this research were 134 teachers enrolled in several private junior high schools in Bogor, using questionnaire of professional commitment, supervising principals, and teacher productivity. The data were analyzed using correlational statistics and Sitorem to derive recommendations and find the order of priority improvements needed. The results of the study show that there is a positive relationship of the professionals commitment with teacher productivity, the principal supervision with the teacher productivity, and the professionals commitment and principal supervision together with teacher productivity. This shows that teacher productivity can be enhanced through strengthening professionals commitment and principal supervision and from the teacher productivity component itself. The results of Sitorems analysis show there are 15 components that still need to be repaired to sequence of improvements

Keywords
Professionals pommitment, principal supervisions, teacher productivity

Topic
Adult Education

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/eJtpFfxdnbcQ


TIPOLOGY OF FATHER PARENTING IN WOMENS LABOR FAMILY AND ITS IMPACT ON INDEPENDENCE OF CHILDREN
Wilodati

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Wilodati wilodati

Institutions
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

Abstract
Parenting is defined as the whole process of interaction between parents and children, among others, aimed at fostering childrens character. In the environment of the Womens Labor family (in Indonesia known as TKW), where the mother works as a migrant worker in a certain period of time, the responsibility for parenting the child will turn completely to the father. In these situations, it is very important to note, fostering an independent character in the child, through parenting Father. Independence is defined as the willingness and ability of a person to be able to behave, and behave for themselves with full responsibility. The development of independent character in children depends on the type of parenting, which of course also varies. This study aims to obtain a description of fathers typology of parenting, and its impact on the independence of children in the TKW family environment. A qualitative approach is used to deeply reveal the social phenomena in the field, the subject of his research is father; their children; and relatives involved in childcare. Data is collected through observation; deep interview; and literature studies. Then analysed by stages of data reduction, display data, and conclusions. The results of the study showed that different types of parenting father would have a different impact on childrens independence.

Keywords
er Parenting, Independence of Children, Womens Labor Family

Topic
Adult Education

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract/y6fxRr87kLKJ


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