Journal of Administration and Educational Management (Alignment)

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ISSN / EISSN : 2598-0742 / 2598-5159
Current Publisher: IPM2KPE (10.31539)
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Rusi Rusmiati Aliyyah, Widyasari Widyasari, Didi Mulyadi, Sri Wahyuni Ulfah, Siti Rahmah
Journal of Administration and Educational Management (Alignment), Volume 2, pp 157-165; doi:10.31539/alignment.v2i2.957

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The purpose of this research is to describe the selection and process coaching that is given to outstanding national-level teachers at Al Irsyad Al Islamiyyah Bekasi West Java. Using approach qualitative with the case study method. Data collected through observation, interviews and documentation. Data analysis techniques data using reduction, data presentation, and concluding. The results of the study stated that the selection of outstanding teachers was carried out in stages starting from the level of the education unit, sub-district, levels district/municipality, provincial and national. Conclusion, outstanding teacher selection consists of academic, administrative and special requirements. Prospective teachers are given guidance and training by education stakeholders ranging from school principals in units education, KKG, education offices, local government, supervisors, LPMP, Higher Education, and P4TK. Keywords: Selection, Guidance, Outstanding Teachers
Mardotella Mardotella, Irwan Fathurrochman, Sugiatno Sugiatno, Hamengkubuwono Hamengkubuwono, Muhammad Amin
Journal of Administration and Educational Management (Alignment), Volume 2, pp 139-147; doi:10.31539/alignment.v2i2.1003

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This study aims to determine the management of academic advisors lecturers in increasing the motivation of college students MPI STAIN Curup. The research method in this study uses qualitative research methods. The results of the study show that management carried out by academic advisor lecturers in increasing student motivation for STAIN Curup Islamic Education Management students is by making planning (lecturers and students jointly make student study plans), organizing (division of balanced academic advisor lecturers), actuating (Academic advisors are more active in carrying out their duties), and controlling (Academic advisors supervise students). Conclusion, Supporting factors for academic advisors in increasing MPI student motivation are divided into two, namely encouragement from within (desire, individual traits, awareness, past experience) and encouragement from outside (praise and prizes, rules / regulations, coercion, coercion, role model, knowing the results, competition / competition), while the inhibiting factors are time management, space, busyness, parents, and students. Keywords: Management, Motivation, Academic Advisor Lecturers.
Nahdatul Hazmi
Journal of Administration and Educational Management (Alignment), Volume 2, pp 148-156; doi:10.31539/alignment.v2i2.938

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This study aims to determine the role of supervision in developing the quality of teachers in teaching. This research is a qualitative research with the subject of the school principal and teacher. The results showed that the principal in leading was unable to enforce rules and discipline to all teachers, only following the decisions of their members. When there is a learning process and teaching devices that are lacking there is no sanction or reprimand from the school principal, teaching at this school only follows each other's rules. But when there is inspection from the supervisor or UPT there is new communication between the teacher. The existence of an unexpected meeting resulted in disruption of the teaching and learning process, because the teacher's meeting made the students did not supervise, so the students wandered. Conclusion, in the end the learning process that has been arranged well in the learning device is not carried out properly, because the teacher who teaches will pursue the hours of study used during a sudden meeting, as a result students will find it difficult to understand the lessons given by the teacher. Keywords: Supervision, Role of School Principals
Marianita Marianita, M. Rusni Eka Putra, Ahmad Gawdy Prananosa
Journal of Administration and Educational Management (Alignment), Volume 2, pp 126-138; doi:10.31539/alignment.v2i2.1013

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The purpose of this study was to determine classroom management in the SMA Negeri 2 Model Lubuklinggau City. This study uses a qualitative approach with qualitative descriptive methods. Data collection techniques include; observation, interview and documentation. To determine the validity (trustworthiness) of the data required inspection techniques. There are four criteria that can be used to test the validity of data, namely the degree of trust (credibility), transferability, dependability and the certainty of data and research results, data analysis techniques using techniques; editing, category, displaying data and interpretation. Conclusion, classroom management in Lubuklinggau City Model 2 Senior High School is quite good, this can be seen from the classroom atmosphere and students' motivation in learning quite well and then also adequate facility support in managing classroom management. Then the communication between colleagues and school leaders runs well in classroom management, so the learning and teaching process in the classroom is quite conducive Keywords; Classroom Management, Model Schools
Armi Yuneti, Hamdan Hamdan, Ahmad Gawdy Prananosa
Journal of Administration and Educational Management (Alignment), Volume 2, pp 113-125; doi:10.31539/alignment.v2i2.1011

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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of participatory leadership and school principal communication on teacher performance. This research uses a quantitative approach with multiple regression methods. The results of the study, through regression calculations, obtained the calculated F price of 9,246 while the F price of 5% table in db (53-2) was 4.11 and the F price of 1% table in db (53-2) was 7.35. So the relationship between participative leadership and principal communication together with teacher performance, is significant. In conclusion, there is an influence of participatory leadership and school principal communication with teacher performance. Keywords: Participatory Leadership, Communication, Teacher Performance
Adisel Adisel
Journal of Administration and Educational Management (Alignment), Volume 2, pp 105-112; doi:10.31539/alignment.v2i2.900

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The purpose of this study was to determine the management of learning information systems. The method used is the literature study method, namely by collecting material, data and information from books, journals and articles relating to the issues discussed. The results of the study, with a good SIM, developers with the implementation of computer-based SIM learning activities can be completed quickly and precisely in order to achieve organizational goals. This is due to the fact that computer-based management information systems have advantages in managing information, namely speed, quantity, repetitive, complexity, high accuracy, and other advantages so that it can support the development of an organization, Conclusions, management information systems can support the development of learning. Keywords: Learning, Management of Information Systems
Hamidi Hamidi, Nuzuwar Nuzuwar, Ifnaldi Nurmal
Journal of Administration and Educational Management (Alignment), Volume 2, pp 39-47; doi:10.31539/alignment.v2i1.743

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The purpose of this study was to find out how the role of the principal as an administrator and supervisor. The design of this study uses a qualitative descriptive approach. The research subjects consisted of principals, teachers and staff staff at Megang Sakti Public Middle School, Musi Rawas District. The results of the study explained that the principal had applied his main tasks and functions as the principal. The conclusions of this study are that the Principal of Megang Sakti Middle School has made a good work program, this can be seen from school activities, both related to students and with educators and school education. Keywords: Work Program, Role of Principal
M. Rusni Eka Putra, Marianita Marianita, Ahmad Gawdy Prananosa
Journal of Administration and Educational Management (Alignment), Volume 2, pp 61-69; doi:10.31539/alignment.v2i1.704

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The purpose of this study was to determine the recruitment of lecturers and education personnel at STKIP PGRI Lubuklinggau. This study uses a qualitative approach with qualitative descriptive methods. The results of the study, Recruitment of lecturers and education staff at STKIP PGRI Lubklinggau include; setting standards, implementing recruitment, evaluating, controlling and improving quality. Determination of lecturer recruitment standards involves all related units such as quality assurance institutions, majors, study programs, the head of staffing and the general administrative body, the chairman and vice chairman. The recruitment depends on the needs of lecturers and education personnel in each study program, which is to meet the needs of the ratio of lecturers and students. Conclusions, the recruitment of lecturers and education staff at STKIP PGRI Lubklinggau includes; setting standards, implementing recruitment, evaluating, controlling and improving quality. Keywords: Recruitment, Lecturers and Education Personnel
Doni Pestalozi, Rudi Erwandi, M Rusni Eka Putra
Journal of Administration and Educational Management (Alignment), Volume 2, pp 30-38; doi:10.31539/alignment.v2i1.752

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The purpose of this study is to find out whether there is a direct positive relationship between teachers of public high schools in the city of Lubuklinggau. This study was designed using a survey method and in data collection using a questionnaire. The sample in this study were 38 teachers from Public High Schools in the city of Lubuklinggau. The results of this study indicate that there is a positive direct effect of transformational leadership on innovation. The conclusions from this study are the results of the transformation of effective principals, the innovation of high teachers. Keywords: Influence, Transparency of Leadership, Innovation, Teacher.
Ahmad Syukri, Nuzuar Nuzuar, Idi Warsah
Journal of Administration and Educational Management (Alignment), Volume 2, pp 48-60; doi:10.31539/alignment.v2i1.725

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The purpose of this study was to determine the role of the principal in improving teacher performance. Research uses a field research approach (field research). The results of the study, the headmaster always supervises or supervises by going around the classroom to see the teacher. In addition to supervising the teaching of the madrasah head teacher also plays a role in the process of monitoring or evaluating the work of all staff in the madrasah including the teacher, the madrasa head tries to influence teachers and employees to encourage enthusiasm for work and commitment to the task objectives. The conclusion of this research is the madrasa head plays an active role in efforts to improve the work ethic of teachers, namely by establishing harmonious relationships with fellow teachers (teachers), providing welfare to teachers who accommodate, control and evaluate teachers in carrying out their tasks so that they can change mindsets in building the character of the teacher, so that the teachers helped build the madrasas to be the foremost in accordance with their vision and mission. Keywords: The Principal's Role, Teacher's Work Ethic
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