International Journal for Educational and Vocational Studies

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EISSN : 2684-6950
Published by: LPPM Universitas Malikussaleh (10.29103)
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Ferry Safriwardy, Sayni Nasrah, Zul Wansah
International Journal for Educational and Vocational Studies, Volume 4, pp 136-143; https://doi.org/10.29103/ijevs.v4i2.8385

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The aims of this study is to produce a valid and feasible learning module for Shield Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) welding techniques. The method used in this study is R & D (Research and Development) using the Borg and Gall models. Researchers carry out research from stages one to six. The technique of collecting data is in the form of distributing questionnaires. The validity of the module was measured based on the results of expert validation, the percentage obtained by material expert validation was obtained a value of 85.49% was in the appropriate category, media expert validation obtained a value of 89.49% was in the very feasible category and the response of class XI students of welding technique was obtained a value of 79, 51% are in the eligible category. Based on the results of the validator's assessment of the module, the module is declared very feasible. Responses are measured based on students' assessment of the products developed. Based on the results obtained from student responses, it shows that this module is declared suitable for use in learning welding techniques.
Sayni Nasrah, Riyandi Mutuah Miko, Ferri Safriwardy
International Journal for Educational and Vocational Studies, Volume 4, pp 106-114; https://doi.org/10.29103/ijevs.v4i2.8249

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Making this learning media aims to determine the results of the manufacture and feasibility of learning media for electric motorcycle brake lights. This study uses the Research and Development (R&D) method. The subjects used were media experts and material experts consisting of two lecturers and two automotive engineering experts. The object of this research is students and the media of electrical circuits. Data collection techniques in this study used the methods of observation, interviews and questionnaires. The study was conducted at SMK Negeri 7 Lhokseumawe with a periods of 6 months. Based on the results of data analysis carried out, the results of the study are in the form of the potential to make an electrical circuit for a motorcycle brake light system. The validation of learning media in this study obtained the average percentage value of the two validators of media expert I 100% and media expert II 90%. Furthermore, validation of the guidebook obtained the average value of the two validators material expert I 87% and material expert II 82%. In addition, the results of student responses with an average percentage value of 85%. Based on the four validators and student responses, it was shown that the electric motorcycle brake light learning media with the category was very feasible to use.
Yunita Oktavia Wulandari, Fitria Khasanah, Cynthia Tri Octavianti
International Journal for Educational and Vocational Studies, Volume 4, pp 125-129; https://doi.org/10.29103/ijevs.v0i0.5645

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This study aims to obtain a meaningful alternative learning in computer basics courses during the covid-19 pandemic. The Covid-19 pandemic has gradually changed the educational paradigm, namely learning that was initially carried out synchronously into asynchronous Learning. It is at this time that all elements adapt to find effective solutions in carrying out meaningful Learning. In this study, Project-Based Learning will be designed in Computer Basics learning as a solution to make meaningful asynchronous Learning. Project-Based Learning was chosen because it has characteristics that are process-centred, problem-focused, combining the concepts of several components, both knowledge, disciplines, and field experience. The study subjects were college students of class Computer Basics, with a total of 11 students. There are two projects in this study with three steps which are planning the project, implementation the project, and evaluating the project. The result of this study is that meaningful learning alternatives are obtained for prospective mathematics teacher students in the Computer Basics course so that in the future, they can hone their creativity.
Henni Fitriani, M Mellyzar, Ayu Rahmi
International Journal for Educational and Vocational Studies, Volume 4, pp 130-135; https://doi.org/10.29103/ijevs.v4i2.7288

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The purposes of this study is to make it easier for students to understand a material and improve students' process skills, thus making students more interactive. The learning process is carried out in groups, interactively, formulates problems, and evaluates gaps in their knowledge, studies and searches for materials related to problems and solutions to these problems. Then students can ask questions, and determine answers to questions that are excluded from everyday experience. Then they also have the ability to describe, explain and predict natural phenomena in the structure and reactivity of inorganic compounds. This study is a quantitative-research with pre-experimental One-Shot Case Study research with the research target of 7th semester students of chemistry education study program who are prospective chemistry teachers. This study uses a rubric test in the form of description questions. The results showed that the results of students' sciences process skills on the structure and reactivity of inorganic compounds had reached the percentages obtained by students on the criteria of observing, classifying, measuring, communicating, predicting, and drawing verbal conclusions, namely 87.50%, 88.75 %, 83.75%, 93.75%, 85%, and 91.25%. So that the average percentage of these criteria is 87.75% with a score of 3.51. With the results obtained, prospective chemistry teachers can improve the learning of science process skills and increase mastery of basic concepts of inorganic chemistry, especially on the material structure and reactivity of inorganic compounds.
Ivan Diego Tua Damanik, Devi Sartika Sihombing, Garbiella Dwi Oktaviani Sinaga, Rachel Yemima Hutasoit, Melinda Siregar
International Journal for Educational and Vocational Studies, Volume 4, pp 94-97; https://doi.org/10.29103/ijevs.v4i2.7284

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This study aims to see the results of the analysis of the influence of communication and motivation on employee performance at PT. Transdata Satkomindo Medan. Research conducted at PT. Transdata Satkomindo Medan Kec. Medan Sunggal, Medan City, North Sumatra, 20122 which will take place on July 15, 2021 until its completion. The research population is all the employees of the PT, totaling 37 employees and the sample used is a total sampling of all 37 employees. Test the research hypothesis using Multiple Linear Regression with 3 variables. The results of the descriptive statistical data analysis were obtained for the communication value with an average of 31.7 and the standard deviation of 2.33. Then the work motivation variable obtained an average value of 27.7 with a standard deviation of 1.77. The results of the t test are obtained, namely the communication T count is smaller than T table (0.202 < 1.30) with a significance level of 0.8> 0.05. Then on work motivation obtained the value of T count < T table (-1.39 < 1.30). it means that the two variables have a negative and insignificant effect.
Jahid Hasan, Nazmun Nahar Chaitee
International Journal for Educational and Vocational Studies, Volume 4, pp 81-88; https://doi.org/10.29103/ijevs.v0i0.5612

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The aim of this study is to find out the inner reasons of dropping out of street children from non-formal primary education program. With this study also we can have a figure of the lifestyle, needs and social conditions of street children. To have the findings of my study qualitative research method will be conducted. In accordance with the study objectives from the large areas only 1 authority member, 1 teacher, 5 admitted children and 5 dropped out children were selected as sample. I designed open-ended questionnaire and semi-structured interview to collect my data. The thematic analysis method was used for data analysis. I have a variation in findings because of using questionnaire for teacher and authority and interview for children. Moreover in commonly I can say the demographic conditions, lacking’s of parental care and guidance, lacking’s of Interest and awareness, lacking’s of facilities, lacking’s of economic support, effects of misguidances, lacking’s of proper relationship among program stuff with parents and children’s are major problems that disturbed the street children to continue their education. Considering the findings it can be recommended that increasing of education program or giving support with educational equipment is not enough to continue education in this marginal sector of society. It is more important to grow consciousness, make them understood the importance of education, giving them a link of better future through education and make a reliable environment between education program and parents-children. Keywords: Street Children, Non-formal Education Program, Drop out
Muhammad Ali, A Anismar, M. Rizwan, F Fajri, M Mursalin
International Journal for Educational and Vocational Studies, Volume 4, pp 144-153; https://doi.org/10.29103/ijevs.v4i2.8396

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This study has described how the pattern of political communication between government institutions and its impact on public confidence in development in Aceh Province, Indonesia. This study focuses more on the analysis of communication patterns between the executive (ie: Governor of Aceh Province) and the legislative (DPR) in carrying out their respective duties and functions in the context of development in Aceh Province, Indonesia. This study uses a descriptive qualitative approach aimed at describing the pattern of political communication between government institutions and analyzing the level of trust of the Acehnese people. The benefit of this study is to provide a formula for good and effective political communication with elites at various levels of institutions from the executive to the legislature. Based on the results of the study, it can be concluded that the patterns of political communication between government institutions, namely the executive and legislative institutions, are personal communication patterns, informal communication patterns, family communication patterns, party or organizational communication patterns. All types of communication patterns are carried out between parties in carrying out interest lobbying and development policies in the Aceh Province, Indonesia. This type of communication pattern, based on the results of research, has been carried out by both parties in running government institutions in Aceh, namely the Aceh Government and the Aceh Legislature.
Yanprima Lusef Irianto Sidabutar, Yuliana Marito Pasaribu, Dyani Febbyola Br Sembiring, Melinda Siregar
International Journal for Educational and Vocational Studies, Volume 4, pp 102-105; https://doi.org/10.29103/ijevs.v4i2.7286

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This study aims to examine and analyze the effect of location on customer purchasing decisions and how the effect of service quality on customer purchasing decisions. this research was conducted at PT. Theo Jaya Abadi Medan during November to December 2021. This research is a descriptive study with a population of 37 people with a sample of 37 people or total sampling. Hypothesis test used is multiple linear regression test with variable X is location and quality of service. The results of the descriptive statistical analysis showed that the average ratio of 30.27 measurements of the location variable was 3.355. The service quality variable (X2) with an average value of 30.51 while the standard deviation is 3.694. And the maximum value of the service quality variable is 36 and the minimum is 22 which is tested on 37 customers who make transactions at PT Theo Jaya Abadi. PT Theo. In the Employee Performance variable (Y) with an average value of 30.73, the standard deviation is 3.702 and the maximum value of the service quality variable is 36 and the minimum is 22, which is tested on 37 customers who make transactions at PT Theo Jaya Abadi. Normality test showed a normal distribution with a ratio of 5.44/0.759. in the F test, it is worth 236,946 more than Ftable, which is 2.67 with Sig 0.000 < 0.05. The related results show that simultaneously Hi is accepted and Ho is rejected. This means that location (X1), service quality (X2) simultaneously and significantly affect consumer purchasing decisions (Y).
Dian Hendrawan, Pandu Prabowo Warsodirejo
International Journal for Educational and Vocational Studies, Volume 4, pp 89-93; https://doi.org/10.29103/ijevs.v4i2.7280

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Pematang Kuala Village is one of the villages in the Mengkudu Bay District which has an area of almost 80% of which is mangrove forest. The existence of the Mangrove Forest is very important in addition to being a source of livelihood for the population, most of whom are fishermen, its function is also to protect coastal areas from increasingly severe coastal abrasion. The mangrove forest in this village is a mangrove forest that is managed jointly by the community to meet the needs of the community. Most of the village areas that are not mangrove forests are now converted into oil palm plantations or ponds which can damage mangrove ecosystems and coastal areas. This study aims to analyze the level of abundance, biomass, diversity and potential of fauna, distribution patterns of mangrove plants and fauna as well as the effect of conversion of mangrove diversity and the components contained therein on planted areas in the mangrove area to obtain data in Pematang Kuala Village, Teluk Mengkudu District, Serdang Be different. This research was conducted from January to March 2022. The study used data analysis techniques for diversity and abundance of the Shanon Winner index. There were 11 Mangrove species in total which were obtained at 3 research sites. Each research station is divided into 3 data collection, namely Trees, Trunks, and Seedlings. The highest diversity index was found in trees at station 1, which was 2.52%. and the lowest index is station 2 tree type was 0.15%.
David Rajohim Sihombing, Deby Fitriani Sinaga, Inka Agnes Br Tarigan, Melinda Siregar
International Journal for Educational and Vocational Studies, Volume 4, pp 98-101; https://doi.org/10.29103/ijevs.v4i2.7285

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This study aims to see and determine the effect of training and motivation on employee performance at the Medan City Public Works Department. The research was carried out at the Public Works (PU) department, which is located on Jalan Pinang Baris, Kampung Lalang, Medan Sunggal. research time starts from August 2021 until completion. The population of this study were all permanent employees at the Medan Public Works Department as many as 30 people. And the sample used is the whole of the total population that is 100% with a total of 30 samples. From the results of the statistical test of the training measurement ratio carried out, the standard deviation value was 3.592. On the work motivation variable with a mean value of 43.30, the standard deviation is 3.44. on the employee performance variable with an average value of 34.10 and a standard deviation of 3.36. The results of the F test obtained that the calculated F is 10.59, which is greater than the F table, which is 2.67 with a significance level of 0.05. this means that work motivation and employee performance are significant.
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