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ISSN / EISSN : 1907-3224 / 2527-9998
Current Publisher: Universitas Hamzanwadi (10.29408)
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Heri Kuswanto, Universitas Hamzanwadi, Nani Rodiyanti, Yosi Nur Kholisho, Baiq Desi Dwi Arianti
Published: 31 December 2020
Educatio, Volume 15, pp 78-84; doi:10.29408/edc.v15i2.2916

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Computational thinking ability need to be trained from an early age through the mathematics ability approach at the primary schools level. This study aims to analyze the effect of the analysis of mathematic ability to computational thinking abilities in primary schools age in sdn 2 sekarteja with 2 measurement variables including: computational thinking ability and math ability. This type of research is quantitative using descriptive methods. The population of this study was class V SDN 2 Sekarteja with a total of 30 students and the entire population becomes the sample, the type of research sample is saturated sample. Data collection techniques in this study used tests and documentation. The technique used to analyze the data was descriptive statistics. The results of this study indicated that, with n = 30 and a significant level of 5%, r table = 0.361, while the result rcount = 0.304. The results obtained were rcount ≤ rtabel, then Ha was rejected and Ho was accepted and the direction of the correlation was negative. It can be concluded that there was no significant relationship between the computational thinking abilities of elementary school age children in terms of mathematics abilities at SDN 2 Sekarteja
Febrianto Sabirin, Ikip Pgri Pontianak, Dewi Sulistiyarini
Published: 31 December 2020
Educatio, Volume 15, pp 55-64; doi:10.29408/edc.v15i2.2835

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Linda Feni Haryati, Universitas Mataram, Nursaptini Nursaptini
Published: 31 December 2020
Educatio, Volume 15, pp 21-30; doi:10.29408/edc.v15i2.2762

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Indonesia began to be affected by Covid-19 in early 2020, of course, this will give changes to all sectors of life. One sector that has also felt the impact is the education sector. On March 24, 2020, the Minister of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia issued a government circular number 4 of 2020 concerning the Implementation of Education Policy in an Emergency for the Spread of COVID, by stipulating the provisions of the teaching and learning process starting from tertiary to basic education levels to be carried out online or learning at home. This distance learning course provides new challenges for teachers, students, and parents, in its implementation. This research aims to find out more clearly how the distance learning process and what obstacles are faced by teachers, students, and parents at SDN 3 Banjar Sari during the Covid-19 Pandemic. The method used in this research is qualitative research methods. This type of research uses a multi-case study design. Research results: the teacher has tried to do several learning methods, but until now there is no method that is considered the most effective in the teaching and learning process during the Covid-19 pandemic. Each method used by the teacher does not escape from various obstacles and shortcomings. Even so, teachers still try their best to carry out their duties in order to realize the goals of education
Muhibbin Muhibbin, Uin Sunan Kalijaga, Marfuatun Marfuatun, Universitas Hamzanwadi
Published: 31 December 2020
Educatio, Volume 15, pp 9-20; doi:10.29408/edc.v15i2.2714

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This paper aims to examine Abraham Maslow's hierarchical theory of needs and academic procrastination behavior, how to implement the hierarchy of needs theory as a solution to overcome academic procrastination behavior among students. the implications of Maslow's hierarchy of needs theory in the learning process. This research is a type of library research, (Reseaceh library). Data collection techniques used by researchers to collect data using documentation methods and one data source, namely secondary data sources. For data analysis using content analysis techniques (content analysis). The results of the research are: the hierarchy of needs theory is a theory of multilevel needs while academic procrastination is the lack of fulfillment of student responsibilities related to timely in the educational process. The implementation of the hierarchy of needs theory as a solution to overcome academic procrastination behavior among students so that physiological needs, security, feelings of love, respect and self-actualization of students can be fulfilled by fulfilling these five needs, student academic procrastination behavior can be overcome and the implications can stimulate students to take new opportunities. to improve themselves and, as a result, to improve their current achievements. It can also have a positive impact on them towards a better direction, for growth and provide benefits for themselves in the future.
, Universitas Mataram,
Published: 31 December 2020
Educatio, Volume 15, pp 1-8; doi:10.29408/edc.v15i2.2698

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Entrepreneurship learning and support for the family environment give positive impact in building students' knowledge, interest and skills in the field of entrepreneurship so that they can produce graduates who are creative, innovative, productive, reliable, quality, independent, self-controlled and competitive. This study aims to determine the influence of knowledge and family environment on student entrepreneurial attitudes. This study is a descriptive exploratory study with 56 respondents as students of biology education at Mandalika University of Education. The research instrument used is a closed questionnaire with degraded answers according to the likert scale and has been validated (expert validation). The research data analysis used was inferential statistics with multiple linear regression at 5% significance level. The results of the study showed that (1) the knowledge and attitudes of student entrepreneurship had a percentage of 88.00% and 78.35% in the Very Good category, while environmental support had a percentage of 68.20 in Good category; (2) there is an effect of knowledge and family environment on student entrepreneurial attitudes (F=7,245 p=0,002
Muhammad Zakia Firdaus, Universitas Billfath, Sukiman Sukiman
Published: 31 December 2020
Educatio, Volume 15, pp 44-54; doi:10.29408/edc.v15i2.2804

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This study aims to describe the reading culture of students through a literacy program ten minutes before lectures. The research method used is qualitative research. Research subjects, Indonesian Language Education students in semesters one, three, and five. Collecting data to determine the reading culture of students through observation, interviews, and questionnaires. Based on the results of data collection conducted on Indonesian Language Education students, Billfath University, the following data were obtained: reading culture among sixth semester students was 58% of the total 46 students. In the third semester students the reading culture level of students is 93.75% of the total number of 20 students. The reading culture in first semester students is 65% of the total number of students 46. Thus, the literacy program ten minutes before lectures is able to foster a reading culture in students. This can be seen when the literacy program has not been implemented ten minutes before lectures. In terms of reading the most students read, namely: 65% of students read journal articles with the theme of education / teaching, 20% of students read language journal articles, and 15% of students read literary journals.
Irwandi Irwandi, Iain Bukittinggi
Published: 31 December 2020
Educatio, Volume 15, pp 31-43; doi:10.29408/edc.v15i2.2799

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This article argues that teaching English through distance learning during the Covid-19 pandemic requires an appropriate teaching method. This is since English language teaching (ELT) is not only aimed at guiding learners to master language skills, but also to learn independently and have a positive attitude towards learning English. To achieve this goal, this article promotes the implementation of the eclectic method to ELT for Junior and Senior High School learners through distance learning. Through the library research method, this research discovers the concept of distance learning, the characteristics of the eclectic method and its application strategy. Five main strategies are proposed for applying eclectic method, namely providing meaningful learning activities, finding eclectic features in various language teaching methods, applying contextual learning, giving various assignments, and providing differentiated feedback. It is concluded that beside to mediate the various language teaching methods with their strengths and weaknesses, this method also becomes a vehicle to lead the learners to learn English language independently. In brief, the eclectic method is feasible for English language teaching through distance learning during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Agus Muliadi, Universitas Pendidikan Mandalika, Indra Himayatul Asri, Yuniar Lestarini, Universitas Hamzanwadi
Published: 31 December 2020
Educatio, Volume 15, pp 65-77; doi:10.29408/edc.v15i2.2836

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Entrepreneurship learning and support for the family environment give positive impact in building students' knowledge, interest and skills in the field of entrepreneurship so that they can produce graduates who are creative, innovative, productive, reliable, quality, independent, self-controlled and competitive. This study aims to determine the influence of knowledge and family environment on student entrepreneurial attitudes. This study is a descriptive exploratory study with 56 respondents as students of biology education at Mandalika University of Education. The research instrument used is a closed questionnaire with degraded answers according to the likert scale and has been validated (expert validation). The research data analysis used was inferential statistics with multiple linear regression at 5% significance level. The results of the study showed that (1) the knowledge and attitudes of student entrepreneurship had a percentage of 88.00% and 78.35% in the Very Good category, while environmental support had a percentage of 68.20 in Good category; (2) there is an effect of knowledge and family environment on student entrepreneurial attitudes (F=7,245 p=0,002
Intan Nuyulis Naeni Pupitasari, Iain Kediri
Published: 10 August 2020
Educatio, Volume 15, pp 22-40; doi:10.29408/edc.v15i1.2274

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The origin of Presidential Regulation No. 08/2012 concerning the Indonesian National Qualification Framework (KKNI) is oriented as a framework for qualifying the competency level of graduates who can juxtapose, equalize, and integrate education, training fields and work experiences. Each educational institution attempts to establish higher education that is able to produce graduates who have attitudes, knowledge, and skills that meet the expectations of the society and the stakeholders by implementing the KKNI-based curriculum. The teachers who become the primary sample in this study are the spearhead of the implementers in the process of implementing the curriculum in higher education. This research employs a quantitative approach with correlational design. Data collection was carried out through a questionnaire distributed to 109 IAIN Kediri teachers spread across all departments. Furthermore, the data were analyzed by using descriptive statistics, Pearson product-moment correlation, ANOVA, and multiple regression. Based on the analysis tool, it is known that the variables of attitude, subjective norms, and behavioral control simultaneously influence teachers 'intentions in the implementation of the IQF-based curriculum. However, it is found that only partially subjective norms and behavioral control variables bring a significant effect on teachers' intentions in implementing the KKNI-based curriculum at IAIN Kediri
Syahrial Bakhtiar, Universitas Negeri Padang, Khairuddin Khairuddin, Oktarifaldi Oktarifaldi, Risky Syahputra, Lucy Pratama Putri, Arie Asnaldi
Published: 10 August 2020
Educatio, Volume 15, pp 12-21; doi:10.29408/edc.v15i1.1985

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Based on observations made, the problem in this study is the still low level of development of children's basic motion, especially locomotor abilities. Many factors are thought to be the cause of the low locomotor motion development, one of the dominant causes is the balance of the child. This study aims to look at the effect of balance on the level of development of children's locomotor abilities. The population in this study were all PAUD students in Padang Pariaman District, the random sampling technique was 42 children. The instrument used to obtain data on the balance of PAUD students is MABC 2 sub-test, which is balance, while the locomotor ability of children is obtained through the Test of Gross Motor Development-2 (TGMD-2). Based on the results of research conducted there is an influence of balance on the level of development of the locomotor ability of a child with a rcount value of 0.441> rtable of 0.304 and a significant value (Sig) of 0.003 smaller than the probability of 0.05. The results of this study indicate that the level of locomotor ability development in Padang Pariaman PAUD students is influenced by the balance they have
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