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Fadhila Malasari Ardini, Aprilia Setyowati, Mufied Fauziah
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 4, pp 161-169; doi:10.30653/001.202042.140

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EXISTENTIAL GROUP COUNSELING TO IMPROVE SENSE OF SCHOOL BELONGING IN VOCATIONAL SCHOOL STUDENTS IN YOGYAKARTA CITY. The aim of this study was to develop existential group conseling model to increase sense of belonging vocational school stundents in Yogyakarta. The development of group counseling models using an existential approach is one alternative that can be used to improve the sense of school belonging. The type of research used is Research and Development model that developed by Borg and Gall. The research subjects were students of State Vocational Schools in Yogyakarta who had low sense of school belonging. Data collection techniques using the sense of school belonging scale adapted from The Psychological Sense of School Membership (PSSM) Scale, developed by Carol Goodenow. Through testing the model, it is known that the average posttest score has increased from 42.75 to 52.75, meaning that the average value of students' sense of school belonging has changed by 10. As for the minimum value, the pretest scores obtained the minimum student is 34.00 in the low category, experiencing a change in grades when the post-test becomes 42.00 in the medium category, meaning that there are no students in the low category. For the maximum score, which in the pretest the maximum value of the students is 47.00 in the medium category, it changes in the score at the post test to be 65.00 in the high category.
Nadia Aulia Nadhirah, Ipah Saripah, Esty Noorbaiti Intani
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 4, pp 143-152; doi:10.30653/001.202042.134

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ADOLESCENT SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT OF SINGLE SEX SCHOOLS. Teenagers sometimes have the inability to overcome the conflicts they face. This inability can be seen from the behavior of not finding the right ways to overcome problems, resolve demands from the environment, unable to build good relationships with others, hard to believe and be accepted by other people or their environment. The study aims to determine social adjustment in adolescent single sex schools which is a practice of learning by dividing students according to gender, male students are in a classroom with the same sex, and vice versa. The results of evaluations carried out on single sex schools, there are several problems that hinder the task of adolescent development, one of which is the aspect of social adjustment. The study was conducted using a survey method in class XII students of one of the boarding school high schools in Bandung. The results showed 50% of students included in the category of well-adjustment, and 50% of students included in the category of maladjustment. Therefore, it is necessary to formulate an appropriate requirement for guidance and counseling services designed for the development of boarding school students’ self-adjustment.
Umar Talatu Ibrahim
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 4, pp 153-160; doi:10.30653/001.202042.132

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The purpose of this study was to investigate resilience and gender as determinants of entrepreneurial intentions among secondary school students in Kwara State, Nigeria. Descriptive research design of ex-post-facto type was used in the study. Five hundred respondents were selected randomly from 5 Local Government Area in Kwara State, Nigeria. The respondents were measured with validated scale and the data obtained was analyzed using the Pearson Product Moment Correlation (PPMC) statistical analysis. Two research hypotheses were formulated and tested at 0.05level of significance. The result showed that there was significant relationship between the resilience and entrepreneurial intentions among secondary school students (r = 0.817; p < 0.05) and there no significant difference in the entrepreneurial intentions of male and female secondary school students (t = 0.71; p > 0.05). In view of these findings, the study recommended that the entrepreneurship training should be made compulsory at all levels of learning from primary schools to the tertiary institutions and curriculum should be tailored towards learning the skills for starting businesses after graduation from school, thus changing the orientation of the students at an early stage towards entrepreneurship.
Yuliani Eka Putri, Nurbiana Dhieni, Hapidin Hapidin
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 4, pp 107-116; doi:10.30653/001.202042.139

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SOCIAL BEHAVIOR OF CHILDREN AGED 5-6 YEARS IN ROLE PLAYING CENTER ACTIVITIES AT TK LABSCHOOL JAKARTA. This study aims to find and build theories of the forms of social behavior of children 5-6 years in the role playing center activities, the process of the formation of social behavior of children 5-6 years in the role playing center activities, the role of the teacher in the formation of social behavior of children 5-6 years in the role playing center activities, as well as the role of parents in shaping the social behavior of children 5-6 years in the role playing center activities. This research uses a qualitative approach with a case study method. The results of the study found that the social behavior of children 5-6 years old in Labschool Kindergarten Jakarta showed social behavior related to human relations, namely good human relations (social humanity), namely empathy, tolerance, cooperation, responsibility, fair, close behavior , share and wait their turn.
Annisa Mawaddah Mutiara Sari, Sofia Hartati, Tjipto Sumadi
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 4, pp 125-132; doi:10.30653/001.202042.142

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JAVANESE TEMBANG MUSIC AS A CHARACTER EDUCATION MEDIA. The purpose of this study was to study about Dolanan Song can be character media or develop character in Sidogemah Village. Dolanan song is a tradition in Sidogemah Village to develop the character of young children. This research was carried out for 6 months, housed in Sidogemah Village, Sayung Subdistrict, Demak Regency Data collection techniques using the method of observation, documentation, and interview. This research used etnography method with descriptive qualitative. Then the results are obtained that Dolanan song is a song from generation to generation in the land of Java, containing deep meaning. Parenthood is conveyed by parents to children as a form of character education. The process of character education by parents of children in Sidogemah Village, Sayung Subdistrict, Demak Regency is developed before going to sleep, at school, and when children play. The process of character building of children through dolanan song in Sidogemah Village, Sayung District, Demak Regency can be classified into three, namely knowing, doing and caring.
Arie Purwanto, Palasara Brahmani Laras
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 4, pp 170-177; doi:10.30653/001.202042.127

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DEVELOPMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION DOCUMENTATION OF POTENTIAL STUDENTS BASED ON RISK MANAGEMENT IN ISO 9001: 2015. This dedication is based on the devotion in the documentation of students' potential risks. The purpose of this service is to help teachers, especially guidance and counseling teachers, be able to measure and document the potential risks experienced by their students. In addition, this instrumen was deliberately developed so that it is expected to be able to make a positive contribution to the teacher in designing classroom learning. By using this instrumen teachers are expected to also be able to choose and use learning models that are in accordance with the results of the analysis that has been done. From the service that has been done, it is obtained that 92% of teachers strongly agree with the holding of this service activity. Further analysis shows that there is a real difference in understanding between before and after with a p-value of 0.00 with a correlation between the differences of 0.816. It can be said that assistance is effective in answering partner problems.
Neny Rahmawati
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 4, pp 133-142; doi:10.30653/001.202042.141

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EVALUATION OF THE REACTION TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF STRENGTHENING SCHOOL PRINCIPAL IN BPSDM DKI JAKARTA PROVINCE. The strategic role of the headmaster in education requires the implementation of the school principal strengthening. This study aims to see the results of the reaction evaluation of the participants of the strengthening school principal, held by the BPSDM DKI Jakarta province with the evaluation model of Kirkpatrick Level 1. The method used is a descriptive evaluative with the survey method. The instruments used are questionnaires. Sampling with a random sampling purpose technique and selected 90 participants from the total population of 900 people. The results showed an average of the participants’ overall response to the faculty evaluation element of 3.61, so it could be stated that the Participants had a very good perception of the whole teacher. The average is obtained because the quality of module and quality of organizers have been good, while the quality of facilities and infrastructure is very good. The conclusion of this research is the response of participants in the implementation of the school's strengthening training (MCC) is very good towards the teacher evaluation element. So also the participants ' response to the quality of the modules and organizers is good, and the response is excellent to the facilities and infrastructure.
Fitra Nugraha, Wirda Hanim, Eko Siswono
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 4, pp 117-124; doi:10.30653/001.202042.138

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IMPLEMENTATION OF HUMANISM IN LEARNING OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS. This study aims to determine how the application of humanism in learning at Cinta Kasih Tzu Chi Elementary School, West Jakarta. This research uses a qualitative approach with a case study method in which data collection procedures are in the form of observation, interviews, document analysis or documentation and combination (triangulation). In addition, this study uses data analysis, namely by matching the pattern or pattern matching with the Campbell matchmaking technique. The results of the study found that the application of humanism in learning in grade 1 at Elementary School of Cinta kasih Tzu Chi was using the Cooperative Learning model. The curriculum used is the government’s recommended curriculum, namely the 2013 Curriculum with the addition of local content in humanistic culture and character subjects adopted from the teachings of Master Cheng Yen from Taiwan. In the case of learning in the classroom, educators train how to communicate well, remind that they must be empathetic and kind to everyone, for educators’ assessment not only from exam results but also daily attitudes. In addition, the role of parents from the research results shows that the role of parents is very important in the success of the humanist application itself. This can be seen from parents who have to monitor attitudes and learning processes when at home.
Susilo Rahardjo, Edris Zamroni, Sumarni Sumarni, Derta Prihastuti
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 4, pp 179-186; doi:10.30653/001.202042.131

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DEVELOPING ASSERTIVE BEHAVIOR WITH SOCIODRAMA TECHNIQUES TO PREVENT BULLYING BEHAVIOR. The influence of mass media has an impact on the spread of bullying behavior including in the school environment. The negative impact of student bullying becomes depressed, performance decreases, and can ultimately lead to students dropping out of school. Therefore it needs to be prevented so that it does not expand, and the school becomes a friendly and pleasant environment. The purpose of this research is to provide students with an understanding of bullying behavior that can occur at school, and students can prevent it by behaving assertively. One way to prevent bullying is to develop assertive student behavior. Through PTBK students are trained to prevent bullying behavior with the guidance of sociodrama techniques. The reader can develop a model of preventing bullying behavior in the same way or in other ways, so that the school becomes a pleasant and friendly environment.
Rina Nurhudi Ramdhani, Andi Kiswanto
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 4, pp 95-106; doi:10.30653/001.202042.135

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THE IMPORTANCE OF ADAPTABILITY AND CAREER RESILIENCE DURING THE PANDEMIC. The main focus of this article is to explore the importance of career adaptability and resilience in dealing with a pandemic. Through various sources of literature it was found that career adaptability and resilience not only as a goal but also as a process. The development of career adaptability and resilience requires professional intervention through career guidance and counseling.
Maulidha Sholehah, Susi Fitri, Lara Fridani
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 4, pp 85-94; doi:10.30653/001.202041.98

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ACCULTURATION OF MUTATIONAL STRESS STUDENTS FROM SCHOOLS OF FOREIGN COUNTRY. The aims of this study was to obtain the results of the research acculturation emphasizes student transfer from overseas schools in the international class XI program of Bosowa Al Azhar Cilegon, Banten High School. The researcher used two research methods namely qualitative method with indept interview, observation and using a questionnaire from the Acculturative Stress Scale for International Students (ASSIS) and open questions as data reinforcement, all students reported stress acculturation. Interestingly, however, responding to open questions asks students to consider themselves to increase pressure related to opposition, feelings of feelings, and academic problems. The question that was asked between interviews, observation, ASSIS and open questions discussed the questions of international class XI students at Bosowa Al Azhar Cilegon, Banten secondary school and drew attention when developing complementary planning for the purposes of the study. The results of this study are that this study is single data, both of these international class students, respectively, use Quartil in calculating the statistics. Quartil is the calculation of statistical data for research in which the data is single, not in groups. The whole correct answer for ASSIS 36-item is 180. Journal of ASY score results is 128 and MKB is 112. Accessible by ASY depends on high category and MKB depends on high category.
, Nurbiana Dhieni, Karnadi Karnadi
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 4, pp 21-30; doi:10.30653/001.202041.121

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THE EFFECT OF JAVANESE LANGUAGE LEARNING METHODS THROUGH ROLE PLAYING ON CHILD POLITE BEHAVIOR. The purpose of this study was to examine how much influence the Javanese language learning method through playing macro roles and playing micro roles on the behavior of courtesy in grade 2 elementary school children in Lamongan Regency. The behavior of courtesy in this study is based on Javanese culture, focused on three aspects namely respecting older people, choosing the language level wisely, and obeying orders. This research was conducted at SDN Made IV and SDN Sukorejo II. This research was conducted in the odd semester of the 2019/2020 school year with a total of 68 research subjects. Data collection techniques using the method of observation. While the data analysis technique uses t-test, which has previously been tested for normality and homogeneity. The results showed that the average value of the experimental class was 58.24, while the control class was 56.5. From the results of the study found that the results of a significant value of 0.018 < 0.05. Then the results are obtained that there are differences in the average behavior of courtesy between children who are taught with the Javanese learning method through playing macro roles and children who are taught with the Javanese learning method through playing micro roles. Thus, the behavior of the children polite given the Javanese language learning method through playing macro roles is higher than the children who were given the Javanese learning method through micro role playing.
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 4, pp 1-12; doi:10.30653/001.202041.96

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THE ROLE OF COUNSELOR IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF AKHIR ZAMAN HADITH. This literature review addresses the role of the counselor by pressing on a number of common phenomena that occur today. This phenomenon turns out to correspond to a number of “akhir zaman” hadiths. Of course, with this description, you will increasingly realize that the role of counselor is very much needed now to deal with student dynamics. The ‘akhir zaman’ characters in question include: (1) aspects of humanitarian setbacks caused by drugs; (2) the fading of the tradition of family life and social interaction tends to be individualistic, thus requiring solutions to Islamic values ​​and norms themselves but should be structured by involving school components reflected in the school's vision and mission; (3) the choice of social context needs to be formulated in depth which places the teachings of Islam as a whole without compromising the teachings of Islam as a religion of da'wah; and finally, (4) massive relationships that emphasize strong interpersonal relationships between counselors and students and subject teachers.
Ranni Rahmayanthi, Ilfiandra Ilfiandra, Syamsu Yusuf
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 4, pp 65-74; doi:10.30653/001.202041.124

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PEER PERFORMANCE PROFILE BASED ON DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS. The purpose of this study was to determine the conformity profile peers based on demographics socioeconomic status. Participants in this study were 123 students junior high school consist of 39 regulars student and 86 “binalingkungan” (low economic) students. The average age of participants was 12-15 years. This research approach using quantitative approach, types of research using a cross sectional survey. The instruments used was a scale conformity peers who developed the theory Brendt use any form of semantic differential scale with alternative answers 1-6 (1 = very inappropriate, 6 = very appropriate). Data were analysed using analysis Mann-Whitney U with a score of 1488.00 and a significance probability value of 0.414. Because the probability of significance 0.414> 0.05, the results showed that there was no difference conformity peers in the student of low socioeconomic status and students socioeconomic status of middle to top.
Suherman Suherman, Amin Budiamin
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 4, pp 47-56; doi:10.30653/001.202041.123

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DEVELOPMENT OF INITIATIVES, INDEPENDENCE, AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF STUDENT LEARNING. The learning process will take place effectively and productively if students have psychological competence and strength in the form of initiative, independence, and responsibility in learning activities. Students who have the initiative, independence, and low responsibility are suspected to experience obstacles and difficulties in the learning process, and will be trapped in immaturity and stagnation in development. This research aims to develop guidelines for the development of initiatives, independence, and responsibility, so that students can undergo the learning process effectively and independently. If students have the initiative, independence, and responsibility, the learning process is expected to produce quality outputs that can develop students to have abilities according to their potential, can face future challenges, and have quality job and career orientation, so they are able to compete in a global society. With a quasi-experimental method and collaborative action research approach, this study involved 260 respondents and two guidance and counseling teachers in two state junior high schools in West Bandung Regency. The research produced guidelines that were tested that could effectively develop the initiative, independence, and responsibility of junior high school students.
Agus Wibowo, Zulia Awaliana Muslikhah, Nurul Atieka
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 4, pp 57-64; doi:10.30653/001.202041.119

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THE USING OF ANIMATION FILM IN INFORMATION SERVICE TO IMPROVE PROBLEM SOLVING ABILITY OF VOCATIONAL SCHOOL STUDENTS. The use of animated film in information services aims to ensure that massage of information service can be well received by students, and students have good motivation in participating in services. This study aims to determine the effectiveness of film animation in information services to improve the ability to abilty of problem solve students of SMKN 3 Metro in the academic year 2019/2020. The research method used action research. The research subjects were 30 students. The research instrument is a test of problem solving skills. The results of the study were an increase in average achievement scores, in the first cycle the average score of students 'ability to solve problems was 19.5, and the second cycle was 24.19 and the difference in the scores of students' understanding scores in the second cycle with an ideal score of 7.05, in the first cycle the difference between the score with the ideal score is 11.75. Thus an increase between cycles I and II amounted to 4.70. The conclusion of the research is the animation film in information service effective to improve abilty problem solving of students SMKN 3 Metro academic year 2019/2020.
Salman Tumanggor
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 4, pp 75-84; doi:10.30653/001.202041.114

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SELF-STUDENTS DEVELOPMENT BY GUIDANCE AND COUNCELING SERVICE IN HIGH SCHOOL AT BANTEN PROVINCE. Guidance and counseling program organized to support the achievement of the educational objectives of the school as a whole. The based goal is essentially to prepare students through guidance, teaching, and training for their roles in the future. The efforts of self-development especially the high school student are the principal leadership approach to motivated the resources in school the are guidance and counseling teacher performance specifically services to the students and technical facilities as a media to help guidance and counseling teacher directed students to make their decisions. The purpose of this research is to know the relationship of principal leadership, teacher performance guidance counseling and a technical facility with self-students development. This research uses descriptive analysis method of correlation with the quantitative approach. Data collection by questionnaires. The sample used purposive sampling at senior high school in Banten province. The results show a relationship principal leadership with self-students development, guidance and counseling teacher performance with self-students development, technical facility with self-students development, the relationship of principal leadership, guidance and counseling teacher performance and technical facilities with self-students development. The effort of self-students development can be improving by principal leadership, guidance, and counseling teacher performance and technical facilities.
Rischa Pramudia Trisnani, Silvia Yula Wardani
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 4, pp 41-46; doi:10.30653/001.202041.116

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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PEER COUNSELING TO REDUCE ONLINE GAME ADDICTION IN MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS. The ease of using the internet is currently widely used by teenagers to operate online games. Online games are games that can be played together through a network. The high frequency of online game usage results in teens experiencing online game addiction. Friends are people outside the family who can provide comfort for teenagers. Through peer counseling, they hope to be able to exchange ideas and assess which actions are necessary or not to take. The purpose of this study is to test the effectiveness of peer counseling to reduce online game addiction in students. The method used in this research is experimental research. The design of this study was pre-experimental design. The sampling technique in this study used porposive sampling where the sample was selected by students who were addicted to online games. Based on the sig (2-tailed) value of 0,000 which is
, Hapidin Hapidin, Karnadi Karnadi
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 4, pp 31-40; doi:10.30653/001.202041.120

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THE EFFECT OF COOPERATIVE GAMES AND INTERPERSONAL INTELLIGENCE ON CHILD EMOTIONAL REGULATION. Negative actions that occur at this time are much related to one's emotional regulation ability. For this reason, instilling the ability of motion regulations should be prepared early. Interpersonal intelligence children like building, relationships and maintaining social relationships will make it easier to know what kind of emotion regulation affecting children. For this reason, cooperative games have become a good game to do in increasing children's regulation. This study aims to reveal the extent to which the influence of cooperative games and interpersonal intelligence on the regulation of motions. Observational research data were tested using a normality test and a homogeneity test followed by a two-way variance test (ANAVA) and continued testing with tukey testing. The results showed that the sample data were normally distributed and homogeneous. The results of the analysis also showed the existence of the interaction of cooperative games and interpersonal intelligence on regulation based on the results of the analysis of variance F count = 62.52 > F tab = 4.08 at the significant level = 0.05.
, Hapidin Hapidin, Karnadi Karnadi
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 4, pp 13-20; doi:10.30653/001.202041.122

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INDEPENDENCE OF CHILDREN AGED 5-6 YEARS AT INSTITUTION OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION IN THE DAYAK KANAYANT CULTURE. This study aims to get an overview of empirical data information on the Independence of Children 5-6 Years in Early Childhood Education Institutions in the Dayak Kanayant Culture in Nanga Kelampai Village, Tumbang Titi District, Ketapang Regency, West Kalimantan Province. This research is a qualitative research with ethnographic research. Data analysis is Spradley. The data of this study were obtained from observations, interviews and documentation. The findings of the study indicate that the independence of children aged 5-6 years in early childhood education institutions in Kanayant Dayak tribal culture is shaped by the roles and attitudes of parents and teachers and the role of the environment. The conclusion of the research shows that independent children are not formed by themselves. Parents need to equip children from an early age to be able to do their own activities without having to rely on parents.
Suherman Suherman
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 169-178; doi:10.30653/001.201933.112

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DIMENSIONS OF EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION IN GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING RELATIONS. The growth of effective communication between guidance and counseling teachers and students is a facility to achieve the goal of guidance and counseling in schools. Quality of communication will psychologically stimulate students to involve themselves intensively in the process of providing treatment. This condition will encourage students to open themselves to understand the personal characteristics, and willing to work together to explore various alternatives for self-development, making choices and decisions, and solving their problems. Students who are less open to guidance and counseling teachers are motivated by various factors, including allegedly by low professional competence of guidance and counseling teachers in developing communication that facilitates the provision of assistance for students. Thus, guidance and counseling teachers need to have communication competence in order to improve the effectiveness of aid in guidance and counseling services. The dimensions of the communication shall include: (a) the empathic behavior; (b) the acceptance and respect of students; (c) the warmth and attention; (d) openness and sincerity; and (e) concreteness and specificity of expression.
Ahmad Rifqy Ash Shiddiqy, UmaN Suherman, Mubiar Agustin
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 301-311; doi:10.30653/001.201933.115

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EFFECTIVENESS OF CAREER GUIDANCE ON STUDENT CAREER MATURITY. This study is driven by the tendency of guidance and counseling services at universities, especially in Indonesia University of education by students to establish their future career maturity, nevertheless, the services obtained do not meet their expectations. Considering career guidance for students, especially student career maturity is left alone, passes, and runs by itself. Then students will experience confusion and unpreparedness in facing the next career demands. Students are the final status as learners before entering the world of work and following career demands, so they need direction, career guidance to stimulate the development and stabilization of their career orientation optimally according to the level and characteristics typical of the progress as it goes through. The purpose of this research is the formation of the maturity profile of the student's career. This research uses the quantitative method. This research produces (1) Maturity picture of Student Career (2) The effectiveness of career counseling to strengthen the maturity of the student's career. The conclusion of the research is the maturity of the student's career is in mature category, there is no career guidance service to strengthen student career maturity in Indonesia University of education, based on the results of research can be formulated a model of collaborative career guidance services to harden the maturity of Indonesia University of education student career.
, Anisa Mawarni
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 211-216; doi:10.30653/001.201933.100

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DEVELOPMENT OF NARRATIVE COUNSELING INTERVENTION OF DIGITAL-BASED IN RESPONDING TO THE CHALLENGE OF THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION ERA 4.0. The Industrial Revolution 4.0 now provides changes that are fast and erratic in all aspects of life, including in the field of education, especially in the field of guidance and counseling. This condition brings opportunities as well as challenges, especially for the millennial generation and for actors who have a role in education, especially in the realm of guidance and counseling in the field in service delivery practices. Narrative counseling is a postmodern counseling approach born of ideas in a post-structuralist philosophy that is very coherent to answer conditions and situations of uncertain change. The purpose of this study is to develop and find out the development of digital-based narrative counseling in balancing changes in the all-going to the digital era, which is now a center for militaries. The method of research is using a qualitative approach to critical study methods. The results show an effective process for narrative counseling services with digitally based on every social media platform currently used by millennials.
, Mulawarman Mulawarman
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 293-300; doi:10.30653/001.201933.113

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IMPROVING PROSOCIAL BEHAVIOR OF STUDENTS THROUGH PEER COUNSELING BASED ON LIFE SKILLS. This study aims to improve students’ prosocial behavior through life skills-based peer counseling. The research method was used experimentally, the design of the pretest-posttest control group involving one counselor as a peer counseling program supervisor, five students as peer counselors, and ten students as the experimental group and the control group. The experimental group used base life skills, while the control group did not use base life skills. The results of this study indicate that students who receive assistance from life skills-based peer counseling prove to be more effective than students who get help from conventional peer counseling.
Muh Mansyur Thalib, Ridwan Syahran, Azam Arifyadi
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 261-272; doi:10.30653/001.201933.107

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UTILIZATION OF GRAPHIC MEDIA IN INFORMATION SERVICES THE IMPACT OF DISCIPLINE VIOLATION TO IMPROVE DISCIPLINE BEHAVIOR OF STUDENTS IN SCHOOL. This study aimed to determine the effect of the use of visual media in information services on the impact of disciplinary violations on improving student discipline behavior. This study uses 90 students as subjects (30 students from SMP Negeri 15 Palu, 30 students from SMP Negeri 3 Palu, 30 students from SMP Negeri 10 Palu using Pretest-Posttest Control Group design. Research data collection was conducted using indirect interview techniques as a technique. The research data were analyzed by descriptive and inferential analysis (t-test). The results showed that: 1) the use of Banner media resulted in 40% of students increasing their discipline from low to moderate; 2) the use of X-Banner media resulted in 20% of students increased discipline from moderate to high, and 23.33% of students who increased their discipline from low to moderate; 3) the use of media Leaflets produced 13.33% of students who increased their discipline from being high, and 30% of students who increased their discipline from low to medium; 4) there is an influence on the use of Banner media in information services the impact of disciplinary violations on ked student discipline; 5) there is the influence of the use of X-Banner media in information services on the impact of disciplinary violations on student discipline; and 6) there is an influence of media use Leaflet in information services the impact of disciplinary violations on student discipline.
, Agus Tri Susilo, Indriyana Rachmawati
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 283-292; doi:10.30653/001.201933.111

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ONLINE COUNSELING FOR STUDENTS OF UNIVERSITAS SEBELAS MARET, SURAKARTA, INDONESIA. The industrial revolution 4.0 resulted in disruptive changes that affected human life. Likewise, the students of Sebelas Maret University (UNS) in fulfilling their academic, personal, social, and career development assignments, also often demanded independence in this disruption era. As the third rank university in Indonesia, according to UniRank 4ICU rating agency, UNS needs to respond to this in order to be able to facilitate the task of developing students from the psychological side. Facilitation that can be done is by providing online counseling services for students. This study aims to describe the level of UNS student needs as initial data in compiling online counseling services. The subjects of this study were 544 students from ten faculties in the UNS that were randomly determined. The results of the analysis showed that the needs of student counseling services included six problem areas namely: personal-social (81%), academic (76%), career (82%), premarital (75%), traumatic (71%), and multicultural (81 %). The results of this study indicate that the level of need for online counseling services for UNS students is quite high. These results need to be followed up with the development of an android-based online counseling service platform in order to improve the quality of psychological services of UNS students.
, M Ramli, Lutfi Fauzan
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 273-282; doi:10.30653/001.201933.109

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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MIND-MAPPING STRATEGY TO IMPROVE CREATIVE THINKING SKILLS IN STUDENT CAREER DECISION MAKING. The disruptive era in industrial revolution 4.0 is vital for students. In this era, students need creative thinking skills, especially in making career decisions. The Mind Mapping strategy is the right choice to train students' creative thinking skills. This creative thinking skills training is intended for students of Malang State High School Laboratory, class XII MIPA, IPS, IBB, and ICP. The expected goal is to increase the creative thinking skills of Malang State University High School Laboratory students in their career decision making. Based on the results of the study showed that creative thinking skills in career decision making before and after being trained with mind-mapping strategies, there was a significant increase. The Wilcoxon test results were Z = 4,644 with a significance of 0,000. That is, there are significant differences in creative thinking skills in student career decision making before and after being trained with mind-mapping strategies.
, Meita Pratami
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 253-260; doi:10.30653/001.201933.106

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THE EFFECT OF GROUP COUNSELING SERVICES ON SELF-EFFICACY OF THE STUDENT WITH LEARNING DIFFICULTIES. A student with learning difficulties tends to have low self-efficacy in the learning process. The student should be encouraged to have high self-efficacy. Higher self-efficacy shows a more persistent attitude, engage in learning, not worry, and not experience pressure in dealing with problems. This study aims to describe the effect of group counseling services on the self-efficacy of students with learning difficulties in students in Junior High School. This research is a quasi-experimental with one group pre-test-post-test design. The subjects of this were eight students in class VIII. Data collected by AUM PTSDL to found the student with a Learning difficulty and self-efficacy questionnaires to measure the self-efficacy of the student. The results showed that the students' self-efficacy in learning difficulties increased after treatment with the group counseling service. It has shown from the results of differences test between pretest and postest with Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test (Z test) value = -2, 527 (p < 0,05). This means that there was a significant differences self-efficacy of students with learning difficulties before and after group counseling services treatment to the subject. Self-efficacy of the student increase after treatment. This result then was discussed.
, Muhammad Japar
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 243-252; doi:10.30653/001.201933.105

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CAREER INFORMATION SERVICES BASED ON FIELD TRIP TO IMPROVE STUDENTS UNDERSTANDING. The aims of this study is to: (1) find out the implementation of career information services in Magelang Regency; (2) produce career information service models with field trip techniques to improve career understanding of vocational students; (3) determine the level of career understanding of students in Muhammadiyah 1 Mertoyudan Vocational School; and (4) knowing the effectiveness of career information services with field trip techniques to improve career understanding of students at Mertoyudan 1 Muhammadiyah Vocational School. The population in this study were students of class XII of Muhammadiyah 1 Mertoyudan Vocational School with 29 students who were used as samples. The study design used pre-experimental: one group pretest-posttest design with saturated sampling. The data analysis technique used is Paired sample t-Test with consideration in this study using one independent variable (Independent Variable). The result of the effectiveness test of this study is that there is an increase in students' career understanding through career information services with field trip techniques. The level of career understanding of students has increased after participating in career information services with field trip techniques. This is seen from the increase in the results of the student's career understanding scale before and after being given career information services with a field trip technique of 28% and strengthened through the effectiveness test using a t-test that shows the -t count <-t-table, which is -9,583 <-2,045 or data Sig (0,000) < 0.05.
, Sunaryo Kartadinata, UmaN Suherman
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 217-224; doi:10.30653/001.201933.102

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RASCH MODELING ANALYSIS: SCALE OF STUDENT PEACE OF MINDSET. This study aims to develop a scale of early detection of peace thinking in the context of standardized Indonesian culture. The study using a descriptive method for 1118 students from several public high schools in Bandung through Rasch modeling analysis. It is reported that all items are correctly perceived by students, with excellent internal consistency and good unidimensionality. The implication shows that there is still a need for further scale research based on a more diverse level of education units, including among santri (student) in Islamic boarding schools (pesantren) so that the results are conclusive and comprehensive, with urban or rural backgrounds. This research explains a dynamic, progress, and a second stage that is good in developing TNT's scale into an ethnically diverse Indonesian context.
Maria Patricia Tjasmadi
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 179-188; doi:10.30653/001.201933.108

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“GUIDANCE WITH MEDIA, COUNSELING WITH HATI” FOR STUDENT IDENTITY DEVELOPING. The Industrial Revolution 4.0 is feared to have a significant impact, where the role of machines or robots will replace the work and role of humans. The explosion of unemployment and the destruction of the existing work system, towards the threshold of extinction. Therefore, Guidance and Counseling Services in the era of the Industrial Revolution 4.0 is a complex challenge that must be addressed optimistically because artificial intelligence robots will not replace this service field. The acceleration of technology and digital products in this era predicted to make many people put forward emotion more than empathy. A relaxed and comfortable lifestyle will be inversely proportional if expectations do not match reality. Guidance and Counseling Services will be increasingly expected to be able to anticipate the situation of those who experience cognitive distortions. Research on instructional media in Guidance and Counseling services with the theme Guiding with Media, Counseling of HATI proves that the role of Guidance and Counseling Teachers is still very much needed in the era of the Industrial Revolution 4.0.
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.
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.
Yusuf Suleiman, Muraina Kamilu Olanrewaju, Jamiu Mahmood Suleiman
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 97-106; doi:10.30653/001.201932.78

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This study aimed to investigate the perceived problems of strike action and deviant behavior in selected higher institutions in Ekiti State, Nigeria. The descriptive research design of ex-post-facto type was used in the study. Three hundred respondents were selected randomly from two Universities. The respondents were measured with a self-developed scale, and the data obtained were analyzed using descriptive (mean) statistical analysis. Four research questions were raised and answered. The result showed that causes of strike action in selected higher institutions include non-payment of teacher’s salaries, low responds to problems confronting schools among others, problems of strike action in selected higher institutions include production of half-baked graduates, youth involvement in secret cult, widespread of examination malpractice, causes of deviant behavior in selected higher institutions include parental neglect, drug addiction, high level of poverty among others and problems of deviant behavior in selected higher institutions include incessant strike action, widespread of examination malpractice, prevalence of teenage pregnancy among others. Given these findings, the study recommended that school counselors should identify deviant behaviors and counsel adolescents on how it can be prevented and that Government should deem it fit to respond to the yearnings and aspirations of the workers in terms of quick payment of their salaries and other emoluments.
Ragwan Mohsen Alaydrus, Siti Rafiah Abd. Hamid
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 107-118; doi:10.30653/001.201932.87

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Lack of career exploration leads to career indecisiveness among Indonesian high school students. According to some studies, successful career exploration is determined by students’ initiative. However, no consistent answer about factors that make the students self-directedly engage in career exploration. This study is aimed to explore student’s self-directedness during the career exploration, including the factors that encourage student’s career exploratory behavior. This single case study used semi-structured interview and document analysis to investigate the experience of one Indonesian high school student. Two themes emerged from the data: involvement factor in career exploration, which determined by internal and external influence, and qualities of self-directedness, which is reflected by the employment of strategies and self-awareness. Recommendation for parents and educators to provide exposure to various activities, explicit teaching of self-directed learning and related skills is also essential to build students’ initiative in career exploration.
KristianI Kristiani, Happy Karlina Marjo, Lara Fridani
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 131-138; doi:10.30653/001.201932.92

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GROUP GUIDANCE SERVICES WITH A COLLABORATIVE APPROACH TO IMPROVE CAREER PLANNING ABILITY IN VOCATIONAL STUDENTS. This study aims to improve career planning through Guidance Groups in AP-1 Class XI Students of 29 Jakarta Vocational School Odd Semester 2018/2019 Academic Year. After analyzing can be found more deeply, two factors can because, namely internal factors and external factors. Internal factors are the factors related to the guidance teacher as the implementer of counseling, including the skills and attitudes of the counselor. Guiding skills are the main factor in the success of counseling at school. External factors are factors that come from outside the supervise of the teacher, including the principal's policies, and students' knowledge and understanding of counseling. The problem examined in this study is how to improve the material guidance, service of career and to plan through group guidance methods can improve students' communication skills as a variable y while consulting service guidance as a variable x. Communication skills improvement was measured through questionnaires that contained interest in counseling, counseling, understanding of BK, trust in BK and attitudes towards counseling stating that students' interest in counseling would increase through group guidance methods arranged according to the sequence of student interests that could be verified.
Nurnaifah Selvia Wardhani, Euis Farida, Eka Sakti Yudha
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 147-154; doi:10.30653/001.201932.63

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PROFIL OF PEDAGOGIC AND PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELORS IN BANDUNG CITY. This study aims to get a profile and description of pedagogic and professional competencies of guidance and counseling teachers (counselor) in Bandung. The research used the quantitative approach with survey methods. The population of this research is 127 counselors of the senior high school in Bandung. The Instrument was the development of Permendiknas No. 27 Tahun 2008 concerning Academic Qualification Standards and Counselor Competencies with ten aspects related to pedagogic and professional competencies. Data analysis techniques in this research are descriptive analysis techniques. The result of the research shows that the profile of counselors is in the competent category but in several aspects need some developed. The result of the research can be used as a need assessment for supervisor in understanding counselors competencies so that it can be used as a basis to provide guidance and counseling services effectively and efficiently.
Arifatul Bahirah, Rin Widya Agustin, Rini Setyowati, Tukhas Shilul Imaroh
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 139-146; doi:10.30653/001.201932.88

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THE ROLE OF EMOTION REGULATION AND PARENTAL ATTENTION ON SOCIAL PROBLEM-SOLVING OF BOARDING SCHOOL'S ADOLESCENT. This study aimed to know the correlation of emotion regulation and parental attention to social problem solving of boarding school adolescents. The research subjects were 65 students of SMAN CMBBS who were selected by simple random sampling method. The instruments used are social problem-solving scale, emotion regulation scale, and parental attention scale. Data were analyzed by multiple regression analysis. The results showed that there was a significant correlation between emotion regulation and parental attention with social problem solving for SMAN CMBBS adolescents, with p = 0.00 (R = 0.699). Partial correlation test proves that there is a significant correlation between emotional regulation and social problem solving for SMAN CMBBS adolescents (p = 0.00; rx1y = 0.549). Partial correlation also proves that there is a significant relationship of parental attention to social problem solving for adolescent CMBBS (p = 0.032; rx2y = 0.268). This study concludes that there is a significant correlation between emotion regulation and parental attention to social problem solving of SMAN CMBBS adolescents.
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.
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.
Agus Wibowo, Nurul Atieka
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 79-84; doi:10.30653/001.201931.52

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IDENTIFICATION OF LEARNING STYLES BASED FROM SPECIAL TALENT STUDENT PROGRAM STUDY OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING UM METRO. Pragmatism of educational practice can be seen from learning process without based of individual characteristics. This condition appears in the selection of methods and strategies of lstudents who tend to be oriented towards teacher oriented. In learning identification the characteristics of students are very poorly identified by teachers. Based from the problems, it is very important to study and identify student talents and student learning styles. Through this research, it is expected to be a reference in the development of the learning process based of special talents and student learning styles. This study aims to identify the characteristics of talent, learning styles, and the relationship between talent and learning styles in students. The method used is correlational research. Data collection uses aptitude tests and learning style scales.The results of research is majority students guidance and counseling study program of UM Metro have special talent is vebal talent, dan characteristics of style learning is visual learning. Thus the results of the study also show that the majority of students who have a verbal talent are also types of visual learning.
Muraina Kamilu Olanrewaju, Yusuf Suleiman
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 31-42; doi:10.30653/001.201931.62

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Guidance and Counseling is a service that all human beings need at one point of their life. There is no human being that has never got a problem at one point or another. This study focused on the assessment of perception of guidance and Counseling services among educational stakeholders in selected secondary schools in Oyo State, Nigeria. Descriptive research design of ex-post-facto type was used in the study. Simple and purposive sampling techniques were used in sampling 300 participants from 10 local government areas (50 schools) in Oyo state. The respondents were measured with validated scale of 0.91 reliability coefficient and the data obtained was analyzed using simple percentage statistical analysis. Three (3) research questions were raised and answered. The results showed that school administrators, teacher and parents (educational stakeholders) had negative perception of guidance and Counseling services. In view of these findings, the study recommended that educational stakeholders need guidance in order to understand and appreciate guidance and Counseling services and that parents should be made to realize that the times are fast changing and that they have to gradually change from the old ways so as to change positively to guidance and Counseling services.
Dwi Istiqomah, Bakhrudin All Habsy
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 61-70; doi:10.30653/001.201931.48

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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF REALITY COUNSELING TO OVERCOME ANXIETY EXPRESSING OPINIONS FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. This study aims to test the effectiveness of reality counseling to overcome the level of anxiety express opinions of students in junior high. This research uses pre experimental pre-test type post test one group design. The data analysis used is paired test of T-test, to see the change of anxiety level in experimental group between pretest and post test by looking at t table price at degrees of freedom (dk), that is the magnitude is N-1, and at a significant level α = 0,05 (95%) then we get t-table = 1,833, assuming if t count> t-table then Ha “received”. From the test results using T-Test proves that effective reality counseling in overcoming anxiety expressed the opinion of junior high school students. Because t arithmetic 16,628> t table 1,833 on the significant level α = 0,05, then Ha “accepted”. Based on the findings of the research, for the next researcher, with the findings of reality counseling implementation to overcome the level of anxiety to express the opinion of the students, should be an inspiration in doing further research by applying counseling with other therapies, especially in an effort to overcome the anxiety level express opinion to the students.
, Eko Susanto
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 71-78; doi:10.30653/001.201931.79

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DIFFERENCES IN AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR BETWEEN ACTIVE STUDENTS AND INACTIVE IN EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES AT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 3 OF WAY JEPARA. Aggressive behavior in adolescence is often shown with courageous attitude against parents and teachers, mischief, crime and acts aggressively. This study will look at differences in aggressive behavior between active and inactive students in extracurricular activities in Junior high School 3 of Way Jepara. The method of this study is comparative research, where the instrument that used for collecting the data is scale of aggressive behavior. The population of this research is eighth and ninth grade students of Junior High School 3 of Way Jepara in East Lampung that consist of 180 students. The sample is took by Disproportionate Stratified random Sampling, then it is obtained the sample of 124 of active extra-curricular students, whereas, the non-active extra-curricular student that consist 56. Hypotheses assessment is conducted by independent sample t-test where obtain calculated value of aggressive behavior in 1.360 with significance level of 0.015. Because p < 0.05 so Ho refused. There are some differences between active students and inactive students of extra-curricular.
Silvia Yula Wardani, Rischa Pramudia Trisnani
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 43-50; doi:10.30653/001.201931.55

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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CAREER INFORMATION SERVICES TO IMPROVE CAREER PLANNING FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. High School Education aims to prepare students who will continue their education to a higher level, while preparing students who will work immediately if they have completed their education in high school. Experiencee in the field shows that there are still many students who are confused about choosing the department (study program) to be entered, especially for high school students. The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of information services to improve career planning for students of SMA Negeri 1 Nglames. The sampling technique used was purposive sampling. This research was conducted at SMA Negeri 1 Nglames with pre-experimental design research design. Data collection techniques use a psychological scale that is the scale of career planning. Data analysis techniques using t-test. The results showed effective information services to improve career planning proved after a hypothetical test with the t-test analysis technique of the value of asympsig (2-tailed)/asympiotic significance 0.000, it can be concluded that information services to improve career planning of students of SMA Negeri 1 Nglames Kabupaten Madiun.
Santa Yopita Kemit, Lobby Loekmono, Setyorini Setyorini
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 51-60; doi:10.30653/001.201931.49

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AUTHORITARIAN PARENTING IS NOT SIGNIFICANTLY RELATED TO THE SELF-CONCEPT OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. This study aims to determine the significant relationship between authoritarian parenting and the self-concept of SMA Kristen 1 Salatiga especially students ini class XII. The measuring instrument used in this study is Scale of Parenting Style compiled by Gafoor and Kurukkan (2014) referring to the theory of Baumrind (1991) and Self-Description Questionnaire II (SDQ-II) compiled by Herbert W. Marsh (1990). The data analysis technique used in this study is Pearson Product Moment Correlation by using SPSS for Windows 20. From the results of the data analysis, the results show that there is no significant relationship between the authoritarian parenting style with the self-concept of Christian XII grade students 1 Salatiga with the correlation of rxy = 0.110 with P = 0.388> 0.05. That is, the increase or decrease in the score of the authoritarian parenting variable and the self-concept variable score cannot be determined.
I Putu Agus Apriliana, Kadek Suranata, I Ketut Dharsana
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 21-30; doi:10.30653/001.201931.46

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REDUCING STUDENTS’ ANXIETY THROUGH COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL COUNSELING. Anxiety experienced by students at school can later affect their academic success at school. For this reason, this study tries to describe students' anxiety and efforts to reduce them through cognitive behavioral counseling. Anxiety in students can be interpreted as a condition that is full of worries and fears, feeling depressed, not calm, feeling guilty, feeling insecure and chaotic-minded accompanied by physical tension to certain situations. The characteristics of students who experience anxiety are divided into three parts, namely physical, behavioral and cognitive. The steps to reduce student anxiety through cognitive behavioral counseling are 1) identifying and knowing the level of student anxiety, 2) carrying out cognitive behavioral counseling, namely: initiating counseling, discussing content in the session, checking the events of the previous week, Core counseling , assigning tasks for the next meeting, and evaluating the session. Then, 3) Follow up. This article is expected to contribute as a scientific literature in the field of guidance and counseling, especially for school counselor in dealing with student anxiety through counseling services using a cognitive behavioral approach at school.
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