ICLIQE 2020: The 4th International Conference on Learning Innovation and Quality Education

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Name: ICLIQE 2020: The 4th International Conference on Learning Innovation and Quality Education
Location: Surakarta, Indonesia

Latest articles from this conference

Dewi Ayu, Murni Ramli, Joko Ariyanto
Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Learning Innovation and Quality Education; doi:10.1145/3452144.3452174

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The Indonesian students' conceptual understanding of the energy in the carbon transformation processes has yet to been measured. To assess the student conceptual understanding, the instrument developed by Jin and Anderson was adopted. This research was to describe the item analysis using Rasch Model Analysis so could be used to assess the Indonesian students ' conceptual understanding of the energy concept. The instrument was tested to 168 high school students selected purposively in one public high school in Boyolali. The results show that the outfit MNSQ was ranged from 0,4 to 2.35, the outfit ZSTD was ranged from -6.8 to 8.8, the point measure correlation was ranged from 0.35 to 0.74, and the model standard error was ranged from 0.12 to 0.13 for all items, which means all items were valid. Moreover, the alpha Cronbach score was 0.74, item reliability was 0.94, and the person reliability test scored 0.70. Level difficulties show that five of twelve items were easy, and 7 of twelve were difficult. However, the person separation scored at 1.52, which indicated that the instrument has weak distinguishing power. Based on the overall findings, the instrument could be used to assess the Indonesian students'conceptual understanding of the energy concept in the carbon transformation processes.
Kartika S. Chrysti, Rokhmaniyah, Muhamad Chamdani
Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Learning Innovation and Quality Education; doi:10.1145/3452144.3452210

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This study aims to develop the concept of learning to complete artifact-based learning activities, through the Scientific Reading Based Project model. The SRBP model has a special character that focuses on projects by emphasizing information from the scientific literature. Students interpret and analyze the knowledge obtained from scientific articles to complete artifacts for learning. Ideas and creativity are realized in the form of learning artifacts that are arranged collaboratively. The research method uses Research-Based Design (DBR), this research was carried out for 2 years in 3 cycles with participants in semester 2, 3, and 4 taking courses on the basic concepts of Natural Sciences 1, 2 and 3. Qualitative-based data analysis. Portfolios, observations and interviews. The results showed a positive change in constructing the theory in compiling artifact-based activities. The SRBP model is more precisely implemented in learning that drives projects with the help of reading comprehension.
Haza Kurnia Dinantika, Viyanti, Agus Suyatna
Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Learning Innovation and Quality Education; doi:10.1145/3452144.3453752

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This study aims to design student worksheets with STEM approaches that accommodate student's learning styles and initial knowledge so that it has the potential to reduce differences in scientific reasoning and student argumentation performance on wind energy and water energy materials. The development model refers to the stage of the ADDIE model: Analyze, Design, Develop, and Implementation. The stages of development reported in this article are only the analysis and design stages. Needs analysis data obtained through questionnaire distribution, interviews, and document reviews sourced from high school students and teachers in Lampung. Data were analyzed using descriptive qualitative analysis. The results of this study are teachers and students need student worksheet designs that have the potential to reduce differences in scientific reasoning and student argumentation performance. Student worksheet designs have the potential to reduce differences in scientific reasoning and argumentation performance on wind and water energy materials that are developed using the PjBl (Project Based Learning) steps and integrated of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) to facilitate students doing problem-solving activities, gathering information, preparing project plans, making projects, and communicating. The results of the suitability of the activities in the student worksheets with the STEM approach obtained an average value of 4.3 and the effectiveness of the student worksheets with an average score of 4.3. Based on the results of the assessment, it shows that all components are assessed to get a score of 4.20--4.5, so the design of this student worksheet is declared very appropriate and can be used to accommodate learning styles and initial knowledge and reduce differences in scientific reasoning and argumentation performance.
Yenni Harsari, Mintasih Indriayu, Triyanto
Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Learning Innovation and Quality Education; doi:10.1145/3452144.3453786

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Globalization in the industrial revolution 4.0 which will turn into an era of society 5.0 giving birth to new technologies that lead to the exploitation of large natural resources resulting in a number of environmental damage. the way to overcome this is to develop a environmental care attitudes from an early age through school culture in elementary schools. This study aims to describe the implementation of school culture to build students' environmental care attitudes at SDN Tegalsari, Surakarta. This research uses a qualitative approach with a case study. Data collection techniques using interviews, observation, and documentation. Data analysis techniques using the Miles & Huberman model include data collection, data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion drawing. Research subjects were teachers including principals and students. The results showed that the implementation of school culture to build an attitude of caring for the environment is done by habituation in four activities: (1) through routine activities carried out by students consistently, (2) exemplary school principals, teacher attitudes, educators in providing examples of caring actions environment (3) spontaneous activities carried out at the time, (4) conditioning by creating conditions of caring for the environment. Through the school culture that has been applied so as to bring up environmental care attitudes such as disposing of trash in its place, care for plants around the school by taking care and not damaging it, maintain cleanliness in the classroom and school environment, carry out picket activities, water-saving behavior of students at SDN Tegalsari Surakarta.
Karsono, Wadiyo, Totok Sumaryanto Florentinus, Tjetjep Rohendi Rohidi
Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Learning Innovation and Quality Education; doi:10.1145/3452144.3452209

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This study aims to identify, analyze, and explain the phenomenon of character education in children that occur in the Angklung Caruk Banyuwangi music festival in East Java, Indonesia. This study uses a qualitative approach to ethnographic methods. Data collection with observation techniques, in-depth interviews, and documentation. Data analysis uses an ethnographic analysis model that consists of domain, taxonomic, componential, and cultural theme analysis. The results showed that in the Angklung Caruk Banyuwangi festival, there was a process of character education for children as festival participants. Character education is based on the cultural values of the Osing Banyuwangi community. Thus the Angklung Caruk festival is not merely a musical performance but is further a means of inheriting Osing's cultural values to the younger generation.
Mahbub Alwathoni, Sulistyo Saputro, Ashadi, Mohammad Masykuri
Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Learning Innovation and Quality Education; doi:10.1145/3452144.3453790

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, almost all schools in various countries have implemented online learning. The learning model that is known by education practitioners applies more teaching in class with clear and systematic learning steps, such as hand-on activities, observation, and direct assessment by the teacher. Of course, this is a problem, and it is not appropriate if the learning model in conventional classrooms brought to the virtual classroom. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of the Advance Organizer learning model designed for virtual classes to empower the ability of chemical literacy in aspects of knowledge. This research method is quasi-experimental. The results of this study indicate that there is a significant influence on students' chemical literacy abilities using the "advance organizer E-Learning" model. Research data shows that the ability of chemical literacy is increasing in aspects of student knowledge. It can see from the pretest and posttest results in the experimental virtual class. The results of the t-test analysis testis seen from significant influence, where the analysis of t-test values > or significant values < significant level (0.05) is equal to 21.923 > 2.047. Increased cognitive abilities of experimental class students can be seen from the average results of students in the pretest which is 47.20, and increase after treatment with the posttest mean results to 81.00, meaning that there is a pretty good increase in the ability of chemical literacy in the aspects of knowledge due to the influence of the "Advance Organizer E-Learning" model. The results of this study can use as a reason for teachers to design suitable distance learning as needed during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Yonarlianto Tembang, Ratna Purwanty, Markus Palobo, Rudolf Irwanto Kabrahanubun
Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Learning Innovation and Quality Education; doi:10.1145/3452144.3452281

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This study aims to produce interactive-based PowerPoint learning media on the science content of fourth-grade elementary school students and to determine the potential effects and development of instructional media using interactive-based PowerPoints on the science content of fourth-grade elementary school students. This type of research is a design research type of development study, the subject of this research is the fourth-grade students of SD YPPK Santa Theresia Buti Merauke in the academic year 2019/2020. Data collection techniques in this study were walkthroughs, questionnaires, interviews, and test learning outcomes after using interactive PowerPoint-based learning media. The results of this study are: (1) the research has produced interactive based PowerPoint learning media on science content; (2) the developed learning media has a very potent effect on student learning outcomes and the respondent's attitude to participate in learning is very good; and (3) it is very easy for teachers and students to convey and receive learning about science content.
Ervan Jaya
Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Learning Innovation and Quality Education; doi:10.1145/3452144.3452183

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An effective school is a school that shows quality improvement in the quality of education seen from the achievement of learning outcomes of students and has good management that provides the best educational services to students. Ekselensia SMART School is a junior high school and boarding high school with an acceleration program, a free school where students are children from poor families (needy or poor) who have good intelligence skills from various regions in Indonesia. This study aims to analyze: (a) the implementation of student management (b) the school efforts related to student management to improve the quality of inputs and outputs (c) implication of the implementation of student management in improving the quality of output in SMART Ekslensia Indonesia. This research is qualitative; the approach of this research is a case study at SMART Ekselensia Indonesia. The data collected through observation, structure interviews, and document study. The data analyzed by interpreting the data collected with qualitative descriptive analysis and the conclusion. The results of this study indicate that the implementation of school management includes, new student admissions system, student development, and graduates and alumni tracking. Efforts by schools to improve the quality of inputs and outputs include; (b) guidance and counselling, (c) holding enrichment programs, (d) facilitating students to contest, (e) matriculation programs, (f) psychotest, (g) motivating students. And the implications of the implementation of student management in improving the quality of output SMART Ekselensia Indonesia are; (a) increase in academic achievement in the form of a rising National Examination, (b) increase in non-academic achievement achieved by students, (c) SMART graduates are accepted in public and private universities. This shows that the implications of student management are able to enhance the student's academic and non-academic achievement.
Larassakti Kusuma, Sukarmin, Agus Supriyanto
Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Learning Innovation and Quality Education; doi:10.1145/3452144.3453757

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The development of digital technology brings many changes to life. Feedback on this change is from an educational perspective, namely creating a generation that thinks broadly, thinks creatively, innovatively so that there is no gap with international education. This indicates that to face the era of society 5.0, the development of students collaborated with technological engineering using digital learning is the most important program for education. One of the things that are very close to digital learning systems in e-learning is integrated with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics where the four scopes are contained in the STEM approach. This study aims to determine the perceptions of teachers and students about the need for STEM-based e-learning as innovative learning. The method in this research is quantitative descriptive analysis. Data were collected from two physics teachers and 100 students who were divided into public schools and private schools in Surakarta. The results of this study indicate that there are deficiencies in face-to-face learning and e-learning that have been used such as writing symbols and formulas, unsuitable assessment systems, and teachers are required to make their learning using several methods and approaches. Therefore, almost all respondents agree that the development of STEM-based e-learning is needed by teachers and students to help the physics learning process. As for the results of interviews with school teachers, several things need to be added to the development of STEM-based e-learning, especially in discussion forums, videos, and live chat.
Wulandari, Rini Triastuti, Dewi Gunawati
Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Learning Innovation and Quality Education; doi:10.1145/3452144.3453784

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This research aims to find out: 1) Digital literacy in Pancasila Education and Citizenship subjects to address the spread of fake news or HOAX; 2) Barriers and solutions in the application of digital literacy in the learning of Pancasila Education and Citizenship. This research uses qualitative research methods with purposive sampling techniques. Data collection using observations, interviews, and documentation. This research was conducted at Sma Batik 2 Surakarta and interviewed with expert speakers. The results showed that: 1) The application of digital literacy in Pancasila education and citizenship learning is with 3 stages namely planning, implementation, and assessment. Planning comes from a learning implementation plan that is integrated with the concept of digital literacy. The implementation phase is to implement various innovative learning models that can foster digital literacy capabilities in students to reduce the spread of hoax news. The assessment stage is that the teacher assesses the knowledge and attitude of the student. 2) The obstacles in this study are the lack of student ability and the lack of creativity of teachers in learning. The solution to overcome these barriers is to provide learning innovations that can further foster student stimulus to meet the ability in digital literacy and provide workshops and training to teachers to master digital media properly.
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