Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling

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ISSN / EISSN : 25412779 / 25412787
Current Publisher: Universitas Mathla ul Anwar Banten (10.30653)
Total articles ≅ 52
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Ahmad Rifqy Ash Shiddiqy, UmaN Suherman, Mubiar Agustin
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 301-311; doi:10.30653/001.201933.115

Abstract: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.
Dadang Sudrajat, Sunaryo Kartadinata, UmaN Suherman
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 217-224; doi:10.30653/001.201933.102

Abstract: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.
Suherman Suherman
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 169-178; doi:10.30653/001.201933.112

Abstract: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.
Maria Patricia Tjasmadi
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 179-188; doi:10.30653/001.201933.108

Abstract:“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

Abstract: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.
I Wayan Dharmayana, Meita Pratami
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 253-260; doi:10.30653/001.201933.106

Abstract: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.
Eka Sakti Yudha, Azni Nurul Fauzia, Nandang Rusmana
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 225-232; doi:10.30653/001.201933.103

Abstract: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.
Hijrah Eko Putro, Muhammad Japar
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 243-252; doi:10.30653/001.201933.105

Abstract: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.
Amdani Sarjun, Anisa Mawarni
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 211-216; doi:10.30653/001.201933.100

Abstract: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.
Thrisia Febrianti, Mulawarman Mulawarman
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 293-300; doi:10.30653/001.201933.113

Abstract: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.