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Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 2, pp 197-204; doi:10.30653/001.201822.44

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LEADERSHIP AND TRUST ON THE ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT ON THE SCHOOL COUNSELORS OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL. The objective of this research is aimed at obtaining the information that related to the effects of leadership, trust and the organizational commitment, of the teacher of junior high school in Pasar Minggu District, South of Jakarta. The method used ia a survey by structured interview with a sample of 22 school counselors of junior high school in Pasar Minggu District, South of Jakarta. The data collected were processed by path analysis. The result proved that the trust was directly affected by leadership. There are direct effects of the leadership on organizational commitment and there are direct effects of the trust on organizational commitment. However, there is an indirect effect of leadership on organizational commitment through trust. The result can be concluded that two factors should be considered in the improvement of the organizational commitment.
Eko Susanto, Ade Hidayat
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 2, pp 131-134; doi:10.30653/001.201822.45

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DEMANDS: COUNSELORS TO BE CREATIVE. Along with the development era of counselor, work demands become increasingly complex. Challenges will be constantly confronted by counselors as a result of the changes taking place. Changes in the work environment of counselors force them to be creative. Counselors should be able to find solutions, find new ways and adapt to changes that occur. So, on the process of education of potential counselors in Indonesia should also encourage the creativity of counselors in the realm of their scope of work. Such efforts need to be integrated with the counselor education curriculum. One of them is developing the SCAMPER Model to help candidate of counselors and professional counselors in Indonesia encourage their creativity.
Eva Imania Eliasa, Sunaryo Kartadinata, Ilfiandra Ilfiandra, Juntika Nurihsan
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 85-96; doi:10.30653/001.201932.99

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Based on the phenomenon occurred at all level of education, it was found that the circumstances of the schools were unsafe and uncomfortable for students and academics. There were a number of direct and indirect violence carried out at schools and it had impacts on physical and psychological health of students. There was no existence of positive peace in the form of structural violence, socio-cultural violence, ecological violence and negative peace such as tribal warfare, fights and aggression. What happened actually although the nature of man in conscience had the basic harmony and desire to live together in tranquility? Therefore, the common perception of the concept of peace and peace pedagogy was needed to be created. Teachers as peace educators, thus, played an important role as a figure that had the personality of peace in the classroom and at school. The teacher as a peaceful personality consisted of three components: peaceful states, attitudes, and behavior that were consistent across one’s life spaces and life span. Moreover, the school also needed to develop an educational approach in the curriculum in synergy with the goals of education.
Rias Wulan Mustiani
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 155-168; doi:10.30653/001.201932.83

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EFFECTIVENESS OF COGNITIVE BEHAVIOR COUNSELING GROUP TO INCREASE THE POSITIVE SELF CONCEPT OF MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS. This study aims to test the effectiveness of counseling cognitive behavior group to improve the positive self-concept of students in junior high. This research uses a pre-experimental pretest type posttest one-group design. The data analysis used is paired test of T-test, to see the change of positive self-concept level in the experimental group between pretest and posttest by looking at t-table price at degrees of freedom (dk), that is the magnitude is N-1, significant α = 0,05 (95%) then got t-table. = 1.782 assuming if t count> t-table then Ha “received.” The results of data analysis of the responses of respondents about positive self-concept show positive self-concept students before intervention is in the category of being, and there is still a low category of 13 respondents. As for after the treatment, based on the posttest results, indicate the criteria of self-concept positive students, no one is in a low category. From the test result using T-Test, it is proved that counseling group of cognitive behavior is effective to improve the positive self-concept of junior high school students, because the value of t count> t table (7.597> 1.782), then the hypothesis that the writer proposed in the form of alternative hypothesis (Ha) the effectiveness of counseling cognitive behavior group to improve the positive self-concept of junior high school students, Ha “accepted”.
Septriyan Orpina, Sowanya Ardi Prahara
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 119-130; doi:10.30653/001.201932.93

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SELF-EFFICACY AND ACADEMIC BURNOUT FOR WORKING STUDENTS. Academic burnout refers to stress, burden or other psychological factors because the learning process is followed by students so that it shows the state of emotional fatigue, tendency to depersonalization, and feeling of low personal achievement. There are individual factors that can affect burnout; one of the individual factors that can influence academic burnout is academic self-efficacy. This study aims to determine the relationship between academic self-efficacy and academic burnout in working students. Based on the results of research and discussion, it can be concluded that there is a negative relationship between academic self-efficacy and academic burnout on students who work. This means that the higher academic self-efficacy, the lower academic burnout in working students, conversely the lower of Academic self-efficacy, the higher academic burnout in working students.
Hardi Santosa, Syamsu Yusuf, Ilfiandra Ilfiandra
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 233-242; doi:10.30653/001.201933.104

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KRR AS A PROGRAM FOR DEVELOPING HEALTHY SEXUAL BEHAVIOR IN INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION 4.0. Adolescents are in a transition period characterized by drastic physical changes, psychological instability, and adjustment of new social environments. The era of industrial revolution 4.0, which was marked by the acceleration of information and digitalization of life increasingly added to the challenges of adolescents to be able to achieve the task of sexual development. When adolescents fail to carry out their sexual development tasks, they can have negative implications for adolescent sexual behavior. Understanding and awareness of adolescent reproductive health (KRR) can be an alternative in developing healthy and responsible sexual behavior. This study aims to test KRR as a mode of intervention to develop healthy sexual behavior in adolescents. The research method uses a mixed-method by combining quantitative and qualitative data that supports each other. The research population of tenth-grade high school students was 250 students with a sample of 30 people. Purposive sampling technique by considering the pretest score on the average class is taken into consideration in the selection of samples—data collection by providing a scale of sexual behavior, observation, and interviews. The results of the study show: (1) in general the sexual behavior of students is at a level of caution towards the need for development; (2) The KRR consists of nine guidance content with an audio-visual based group guidance strategy; and (3) the KRR program is effective in developing healthy sexual behavior in adolescents.
Annur Aliyyu
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 199-210; doi:10.30653/001.201933.101

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DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR AND TEACHER TREATMENTS CONFIGURATION. This study aims to determine the theoretical concepts, acceptability, practicability, and effectiveness of guidelines for rational emotive counseling, homework assignment techniques, and confrontation techniques. This research is development research with steps: design preparation, design validation, design testing, and design revision. Questionnaire and interview methods collected data, and the data collected were analyzed using descriptive analysis techniques. The results showed: (1) Theoretically rational emotive counseling procedures homework assignment techniques and confrontation techniques include steps: showing the counselee that the problem faced is related to irrational beliefs, bringing the counselee to the opposite stage of consciousness by showing that the counselee is maintained emotional disturbances to stay active by always thinking illogically, correcting the thoughts of the counselee and leaving irrational ideas, challenging the counselee to develop rational philosophies. The difference between the two lies in the things done at each step; (2) Acceptability of rational emotive counseling guidelines for homework assignment techniques and confrontation techniques; (3) The practicality of rational emotive counseling guidelines for homework assignment techniques and confrontation techniques is very high; (4) The effectiveness of rational emotive counseling guidelines for homework assignment techniques and confrontation techniques is very high.
Eka Sakti Yudha, Azni Nurul Fauzia, Nandang Rusmana
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 225-232; doi:10.30653/001.201933.103

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SOCIO-EMOTIONAL COMPETENCIES OF STUDENTS IN THE INCLUSIVE EDUCATION SETTING. The study aims to know the level of emotional-social competencies of gifted students and their implications for the program of appropriate personal-social guidance services to help gifted students improve emotional-social competence. Descriptive research methods were chosen to provide an overview of the phenomena that occur in the field. The research was carried out at Bandung Public High School 4 with the first high school background to carry out inclusive education. The sampling process is done by purposive sampling approach, with the meaning of the sample in the study selected based on predetermined criteria, namely based on the level of intelligence, creativity, and endurance of students who are above the average ability of students in general. The number of samples involved in the study amounted to 39 gifted students of class X in the academic year 2015/2016. Research to measure students' emotional-social competencies in addition to involving personal assessment, also involves peers and teachers who know gifted students. The results showed that the social-emotional competencies of gifted students were generally at the level of competency or were on average abilities based on personal, peer, and teacher ratings. Also, the results of the research were used as the basis for the preparation of a personal social program. The results of the program validation test show that the design of the program is considered feasible to implement.
Purwati Purwati, Dewi Lianasari
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 189-198; doi:10.30653/001.201933.110

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DEVELOPMENT OF THE EARLY INTERVENTION MODEL FOR CHILDREN DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR IN PAUD OF MENAYU, MAGELANG REGENCY. Children with all potential are the next generation that needs to be stimulated according to their stages and characteristics. Disruptive behavior in children is a negative behavior that is harmful to themselves and others. Children's internal and external factors cause the formation of disruptive behavior. This study aims to find out the profile of disturbing child behavior and the formulation of early childhood intervention models that interfere with behavior. Data collection in this study uses observation and Focus Group Discussion. Observations are made on children using the "time sampling" or "sampling interval" approach, and the FGD is imposed on PAUD educators. The research method uses research and development approaches. The research subjects were 50 children and 10 PAUD educators. The results of research on profiles of disturbing behavior of children indicate: (1) fighting 54%; (2) grabbing friends toys 60%; (3) do not want to sit quietly (walk) 54%; (4) screaming and crying 48%; and (5) do not want to be left by parents / caregivers 40%. Early childhood intervention models that interfere with behavior can be used by educators (formal, non-formal, and informal) in giving treatment to children who show disturbing behavior. Implementation of appropriate early interventions can optimize all potential children.
Alfaiz Faiz, Ari Dharmayanti, Nofrita Nofrita
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 2, pp 1-12; doi:10.30653/001.201821.26

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ETHICS OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING IN PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE APPROACH. In philosophy view, ethic was a valueable and evaluation about a good and bad things in the human self. Ethic is also call moral philosophy as a apart of axiology in science philosophy. In every science has an axiology that purpose of utilization for prosperity of a human life. Guidance and counseling is a science full of values, that because of it’s a multidicipliner science. This based of four field guidance which of personal, learning, social and career. This field has make a counselor must understand and proficiency with sociology, antrophology, psychology, and eduation science. That will lead a counseling as multidicipliner science has a full of values to covering the process of counseling practice. However the axiology of counseling make little complex to discuss in philosophy foundation, also in psychology, sociology, antrophology and education. In this article will describe and discuss an ethics in counseling as a multidicipliner science in the view point of philosophy, psychology, and education. Also an ethics in counseling profession as applicative science.
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