Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling

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ISSN / EISSN : 2541-2779 / 2541-2787
Published by: Universitas Mathla ul Anwar Banten (10.30653)
Total articles ≅ 95
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Muhammad Asro, Dyp Sugiharto, Awalya Awalya
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 5, pp 35-41; https://doi.org/10.30653/001.202152.174

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OVERCOMING STUDENT BULLYING BEHAVIOUR THROUGH ROLE-PLAYING TECHNIQUE GROUP COUNSELING. This study aims to determine the impact of group counselling on role-playing techniques on student bullying behaviour at SMP Negeri 1 Terisi Indramayu. The pretest-posttest non-equivalent control group experimental design was used in this study by involving a total of 14 students of class VIII who were selected using the purposive sampling technique as participants and divided into two groups. Bullying behaviour data were collected through a form of bullying scale-perpetration. The data analysis technique used is nonparametric statistics using the Wilcoxon test with a significant level of 5%. The results showed that there was a significant decrease in bullying behaviour in the experimental group (M=18.71) compared to the control group (M=33.43).
Hanif Kurniawati, Budi Purwoko, Tamsir Muis
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 5, pp 58-63; https://doi.org/10.30653/001.202152.159

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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF COGNITIVE BEHAVIOR THERAPY (CBT) TO IMPROVE COPING ABILITY IN DRUG ADDICT STUDENTS. This study provides an overview of the effect of Therapy with the Cognitive Behavioral Concept Approach to Preventing Relapse in Drug Abusers. The purpose of this study was to determine whether there is an effect of therapy with cognitive behavioral conceptual approaches to prevent relapse in drug abusers. The research design applied to the study was an experimental research design with a pretest and posttest control group design. The analysis used to see the significance of changes before and after the intervention was non-parametric analysis, namely the Two Independent Sample Test Mann Whitney U. The therapy process was carried out in 5 stages, with a total of 8 meetings, according to the meeting design in each stage. The results of therapy showed no significant difference between the experimental group and the control group.
Rizki Iswar Annas, Budi Purwoko, Tamsir Muis
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 5, pp 42-48; https://doi.org/10.30653/001.202152.160

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ANDROID APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT OF SELF HELP IN PLANNING FOR FURTHER EDUCATION FOR CLASS IX STUDENTS OF MTS NEGERI 8 BANYUWANGI. This study aims to determine the development and feasibility of self-help android applications in the planning of advanced education for students of MTsN 8 banyuwangi. The use of the research and development method contains ten stages, namely, gathering information and research studies and issues in the field, planning, developing the initial product or media form, validating the initial product or media stages, revising the product or media, testing the product, operational improvement product, operational testing phase, product improvement stage or final media, distribution and reporting. The results of research have produced an android application of self-help in the planning of further education for students of MTsN 8 Banyuwangi with the feasibility according to the results of research by media experts obtaining Very Good quality with a score of 46 (92%), assessment from experts material obtains Very Good quality with a score of 46 (92%), the assessment of the teacher (small group) obtains Very Good quality with an average score of 64.67 and a percentage of 92.3%, the assessment of the teacher obtained very good quality with an average score of 64.4 and a percentage of 92.28%. When applied to students in small groups, the average score was 35.8 with a percentage of 89.5%. While the results of the assessment of students in large groups obtained an average value of 36.7 with a percentage of 91.75%.
Rois Nafi'Ul Umam, Maemonah Maemonah
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 5, pp 64-74; https://doi.org/10.30653/001.202152.166

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RELIGIOUS COUNSELING IN AN EFFFORT TO FIND A MEANINGFULL LIFE FOR TEENAGER VICTIMS OF BROKEN HOME. The purpose of this research is to explain the phenomenon of teenage victims of broken home in their efforts to find meaning in life through religious counseling services. The type of this research is phenomenological qualitative. Data collection techniques were carried out by observation and interviews. The data analysis technique used intra-case and inter-case analysis. The results showed that the reasons for these adolescents to attend religious counseling in order to find meaning in their lives included; forgetting the disappointments they face, finding wisdom from the problems that occur, finding meaning in life, and preparing for a new life. Religious counseling is carried out through several activities such as reading the Koran, listening to lectures, reading Islamic and motivational books.
Ni Putu Seniwati, Ni Made Rai Wisudariani, I Wayan Nayun
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 5, pp 49-57; https://doi.org/10.30653/001.202152.161

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THE CONTRIBUTION OF WORK EXPERIENCE AND WORK MOTIVATION TO THE PROFESSIONALISM OF SUPERVISING TEACHERS IN HIGH SCHOOLS IN TABANAN REGENCY. This study focused on the study of the contribution of work experience and work motivation to the professionalism of supervising teachers in Senior High Schools in Tabanan Regency. This study used an ex post facto design involving 39 respondents from 14 Public and Private Senior High Schools in Tabanan Regency. Data were obtained through documentation method and questionnaires which were analyzed by regression analysis. The results showed that there was a significant contribution between work experience and the professionalism of the supervisor, and there was a significant contribution between work motivation and the professionalism of the supervisors.
Tetei Rostiawati, Amalia Sapriati, Tita Rosita
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 5, pp 75-82; https://doi.org/10.30653/001.202152.182

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THE EFFECT OF TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP STYLE AND INFRASTRUCTURE ON THE WORK CULTURE OF TEACHERS IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL OF GROUP 4 PARUNGSARI IN SAJIRA SUB-DISTRICT, LEBAK REGENCY. Work culture in schools is closely related to leadership style and facilities and infrastructure. In this case, the low work culture of elementary school teachers is also commonly found in elementary school teachers in Cluster 4 Parungsari, Sajira District, Lebak Regency. Based on data from the Sajira District education office, it was recorded that 52 teachers or 50% (104 teachers from 12 elementary schools) found a low work culture as indicated by the number of teachers who came late to school, the learning process in the classroom did not match the time allocation, and the teacher's lack of creativity in creating innovative learning. This is quite interesting to be studied and analyzed further. The purpose of this study is to analyze the influence of transformational leadership style and infrastructure on the work culture of teachers. This research is quantitative research with Explanatory Survey method. The sample used was 100 elementary school teachers in the Parungsari Village, Group 4, Sajira District, Lebak Regency. Data was collected using a questionnaire/questionnaire. The research results obtained are: 1) There is an influence of Transformational Leadership Style on Teacher Work Culture; 2) There is an influence of Facilities and Infrastructure on the Teacher's Work Culture; 3) There is an influence of Transformational Leadership Style and Infrastructure on Teacher Work Culture.
Imalatul Khairat, Peni Ramanda,
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 5, pp 1-7; https://doi.org/10.30653/001.202151.151

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THE LEVEL OF SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT OF FOSTER CHILDREN AT THE WIRA LISNA ORPHANAGE. This study aims to reveal the conditions of social adjustment of foster children in the orphanage. This research uses quantitative methods. The data were collected through a social adjustment scale that the author developed himself with a reliability of 0.936. The sample of this research is 10 foster children at the Wira Lisna orphanage in the city of Padang. The data analysis used in this research is descriptive statistics. The results of this study reveal that the level of social adjustment of Wira Lisna Padang's anti-care foster children is in the unfavorable category. The results of this study can be used as a basis for determining the next step in order to improve the social adjustment ability of foster children at the Wira Lisna orphanage, Padang. The intervention efforts provided can be tailored to the researcher's area of expertise.
Ratnaningsih Hidayati, Nadya Megawati Rachman, Caterin Magdalena Simamora
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 5, pp 13-21; https://doi.org/10.30653/001.202151.144

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ATTITUDES OF LEVEL IV PIM TRAINING PARTICIPANTS TOWARDS BLENDED LEARNING LEARNING MODEL. The development of Information Technology is one of the driving forces behind e-government adoption. Nevertheless, the learning process of Government officials capability creation is already conceivably undertaken electronically. This study aims to discover perceptions of government officials towards mixed learning in year 2018 group of 40 DIKLAT PIM IV training participants. This research takes a quantitative approach using descriptive statistics and Analysis of Variance as analysis tool. The T-test tested the first testing hypotheses. A one-way ANOVA was conducted to test second hypotheses. The outcome indicates a constructive attitude towards blended learning among DIKLAT PIM IV 2018 training participants. Gender-based attitudes about blended learning are substantially different.
Hasna Nurul Sani, Euis Farida, Eka Sakti Yudha
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 5, pp 22-27; https://doi.org/10.30653/001.202151.66

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COMMUNICATION APPREHENSION TENDENCY ON STUDENTS GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING AT INDONESIA UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION. Adequate competence in communicating without experiencing communication apprehension is very needful for the student to be able to communicate effectively, and achieve success in academic or career in the future. Communication apprehension would affect negatively in life. This study aims to determine the description of communication apprehension tendency of student guidance and counseling at the Indonesia University of Education. Respondent in this study is student guidance and counseling 2nd grade at the Indonesia University of Education in aggregate 33 students. The data collection process is through instruments with the Personal Report of Communication Apprehension (PRCA-24). The approach used is quantitative with descriptive research methods. The results of the study describe the percentage of achievement scores of students’ communication apprehension tendencies in the moderate category is amount to 23 students, 2) students guidance and counseling experience high communication apprehension in the interpersonal conversation context.
Alyaa Nuurul Shoobihah, Euis Farida, Eka Sakti Yudha
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 5, pp 28-34; https://doi.org/10.30653/001.202151.71

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PROFILE OF HARDINESS PERSONALITY OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING TEACHERS IN BANDUNG CITY. The aims of this study were to determine personality hardiness of guidance and counseling teachers (school counselors) in Bandung City. Paricipants were two people of guidance and counseling teachers in Bandung City. The method used in this research is descriptive qualitative manifold generate descriptive data to describe the behavior of the subject under study. Then the presence of investigators in this study serves as primary research tool. Data collection techniques in this study using the method of interviews. Data analyzed in this study using qualitative data analysis. Validity test in this study using data triangulation technique. The results showed that guidance and counseling teacher has a personality of hardiness that is characterized by its commitment to still be guidance and counseling teacher in the times and increasingly complex problems that exist, can control unexpected situations, and responding to any incident in his work is not considered as threat.
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