KOLOKIUM: Jurnal Pendidikan Luar Sekolah

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ISSN / EISSN : 2354-693X / 2655-3163
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Alim Harun Pamungkas, Zainal Abidin
KOLOKIUM: Jurnal Pendidikan Luar Sekolah, Volume 8, pp 83-91; doi:10.24036/kolokium-pls.v8i1.395

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Status of Specific Disasters Emergency Volume 1 and 2, Social distancing, physical distancing to Large Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB) is a series of policies adopted by the Government of Indonesia from the end of January to the end of March 2020 in response to the escalation the Covid-19 pandemic. However, the series of policies have not been able to reduce the number of positive victims of Covid-19. Since the first positive case of two people on March 2, 2020, the number of positive cases of Covid-19 has been increasing day by day. Data as of 30 April 2020 shows the number of 10,118 positive cases. The failure of the Indonesian Government's policy to suppress Covid-19's positive numbers, one of which is that there are still many Indonesians who do not heed the policies implemented by the government and the ineffective digital-based integrated information system that has been made by the government. One of these two factors, rooted in the ability of information literacy that is owned by the community, because the ability of information literacy will determine what people do in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. This paper tries to discuss how to build the ability of family-based information literacy so that the community has capital accumulated knowledge about the Covid-19 pandemic so that it can avoid the anxiety, fear, panic and pandemic Covid-19. Selected family-based because the PSBB policy implemented by the Indonesian Government emphasizes activities at home.Keywords: Covid-19, Family, Information Literacy
Ismaniar Ismaniar
KOLOKIUM: Jurnal Pendidikan Luar Sekolah, Volume 8, pp 62-66; doi:10.24036/kolokium-pls.v8i1.393

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The turbulence of Coronaviruses sometime this past raises fear and anxiety for everyone. Moreover, the spread of this virus has penetrated all over the country so it is expressed as a pandemic condition. One of the solutions highly recommended by the WHO and supported by health experts and government policy is to keep social distance physically. These conditions include the impact on the application of the program at home only. In the educational world, social distancing policies also impact child education, which leads to the role of education in returning to the family. For the stimulation of children's education is not stopped, parents need to use creative models to stimulate children's abilities. One model that can be used in stimulating the ability of children, especially the ability to read early children is to use a family-based environmental Print model. This model is one of the simulation models by engineered the environment around the house by expanding the patch of the writings by observing the children's favorite places and favorites.Keywords: Environmental Print, Family, Solutions, Stimulation, Early Reading, Pandemic Era
Nurul Ani Khayati, Faizatul Muna, Eling Diar Oktaviani, Ahmad Fauzan Hidayatullah
KOLOKIUM: Jurnal Pendidikan Luar Sekolah, Volume 8, pp 1-6; doi:10.24036/kolokium-pls.v8i1.382

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The phenomenon of problems relating to students with special needs or students who need teaching in their studies more deeply. The student will later follow the regular learning system, especially in elementary schools, which demand to hold inclusive learning that unites the teaching and learning process between regular students (normal students) and students with special needs. Therefore the competence of teachers in schools will be demanded to be more profound in teaching students with special needs. The methodology used in this study uses the method of library (library research), while collecting data by examining and exploring a number of journals, books, and several articles where data sources or other information are relevant (related) to the appropriate study. The purpose of this study is to analyze the role of teachers in inclusive education to students with special needs. The results showed that the teacher had done adaptive learning for children who had difficulty learning by adjusting the conditions of the students themselves, the adjustment was related to the method of strategy, material, learning tools/media, and learning environment.Keywords: Education, Inclusive, Teacher, Role
Agung Priyadi
KOLOKIUM: Jurnal Pendidikan Luar Sekolah, Volume 8, pp 30-36; doi:10.24036/kolokium-pls.v8i1.386

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This classroom action research aims to improve student learning outcomes through the application of the inquiry model in the process of teaching and learning activities of the basic competencies of Implementing Occupational Health and Safety. The research subjects were students in class X L 1 in the odd semester of the 2018/2019 academic year at SMK Negeri 6 Malang, researchers conducted research using two action cycles. Classroom action research is carried out repeatedly by following predetermined cycle stages so that the objectives of the applied learning model can be achieved. Indicators of improving student learning outcomes can be seen from the increase in learning outcomes obtained by students after experiencing the process of learning activities using the inquiry model. The results of the study stated that the application of inquiry learning models had a positive influence on improving student learning outcomes.Keywords: Learning Outcomes, Implementing Occupational Health and Safety, Inquiry
Armen Ma'ruf, Nurdin Ibrahim, Zulfiati Syahrial
KOLOKIUM: Jurnal Pendidikan Luar Sekolah, Volume 8, pp 7-29; doi:10.24036/kolokium-pls.v8i1.383

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This research is research and development (R&D). The purpose of this research is to develop online material for the Analysis and Data Utilization Subject Course in the NFPPB Training Center. The study was conducted at the NFPPB with the aim of participants of the Family Planning Village Operationalization Technical Training. The research method refers to the Allan Jolliffe development model. The results of the development of online material for Analysis and Data Utilization can be accessed at URL http://www.annangguru.com/elearning. Online material developed using Moodle application software with moove model. The product development procedure is carried out according to the reference model of the Allan Jolliffe development. The step-by-step review process is carried out by material experts, media experts, and instructional design experts. To the target of the study conducted the one-on-one test, small group test, and field test. Evaluation is carried out until the summative evaluation stage by calculating the N-Gain Score. The results of the summative evaluation stated that the online material for the analysis and data utilization was effective in improving the learning outcomes of trainees in the NFPPB Training Center.Keywords: Web-Based Course, Development Studies, Online Materials
Tita Sapriyanti
KOLOKIUM: Jurnal Pendidikan Luar Sekolah, Volume 8, pp 37-45; doi:10.24036/kolokium-pls.v8i1.387

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The danger of earthquakes spread almost all areas of the Indonesian islands, one of them in the city of Padang, West Sumatra either on a small scale to large scale damage. The earthquake was felt not only by adults, but young children are also feeling the impact of the earthquake. So far, efforts to increase the ability of earthquake disaster preparedness much focused on adults, while for young children is still very minimal, it is necessary to provide knowledge of earthquake preparedness in children from an early age. This research is the development by using the 4D model that aims to produce learning programs earthquake disaster mitigation valid, practical, and effective. The data analysis technique used is descriptive qualitative analysis. The conclusion of the development is a learning program earthquake disaster mitigation was very valid and practical use in learning. From the results of studying the implementation of learning programs earthquake disaster mitigation, it was concluded that the child's knowledge and skills regarding earthquake preparedness increases. Thus, learning programs earthquake disaster mitigation is very effective for use in improving the preparedness of children to the earthquake.Keywords: Learning Program, Disaster Mitigation, Earthquake, Early Childhood
Elise Muryanti
KOLOKIUM: Jurnal Pendidikan Luar Sekolah, Volume 8, pp 76-82; doi:10.24036/kolokium-pls.v8i1.397

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This article discusses the implementation of the storytelling method as humanistic learning in Finland Kindergartens. Language is one aspect of development that is stimulated at an early age. Humanistic learning is learning that optimizes the potential of children as humans. One of the practices of humanistic learning is using storytelling in teaching children. Through storytelling activities, children fulfill their basic needs in self-actualization. In the learning activities seen children in Finland are actively involved in storytelling and the teacher facilitates learning in accordance with the interests and children’s needs.Keywords: Storytelling, Humanistic Approach, Stimulation in Language Development
Safuri Musa
KOLOKIUM: Jurnal Pendidikan Luar Sekolah, Volume 8, pp 46-53; doi:10.24036/kolokium-pls.v8i1.391

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The Democratic Republic of East Timor as a newly independent country is faced with various problems in the field of education, including the family literacy program. The family as the smallest unit in social life needs to get the main attention in an effort to increase their dignity and with various programs that are directly able to empower it. One of the institutions that carried out the process was that which was carried out by CLC. This study aims to analyze the family literacy development strategy implemented by CLC Fatumasi. The research method used is qualitative, with participatory, ethnographic and collaborative research approaches. Data collection is done through observation, interviews, and documentation studies. The strategy taken is to implement eight steps, namely: identification of family literacy learning needs, the survey of resource potentials, priority scale analysis of learning needs, preparation of family literacy program design, preparation of family literacy curriculum, developing family literacy learning materials, application of family literacy learning, and follow up on family literacy development.Keywords: Family Literacy, Community Learning Center (CLC)
Nurul Hayati
KOLOKIUM: Jurnal Pendidikan Luar Sekolah, Volume 8, pp 54-61; doi:10.24036/kolokium-pls.v8i1.390

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Community Library is an institution that provides various types of learning materials needed by the community. TBM As a place for organizing the ability to read and learn, as well as a place to get information for the community. One of the TBMs carrying out these activities is Rumah Asa TBM. In addition to disseminating information, TBM Rumah Harapan also plays a role in community empowerment. This paper describes community empowerment carried out by Taman Bacaan Masyarakat. To obtain these data this paper uses a literature study in the form of conceptual studies. The role of TBM Rumah Asa in community empowerment includes hand skills for mothers, asakura shops, mukena asakura, and Eco.J print. Keywords: Community Library, Community Empowerment
Syuraini Syuraini
KOLOKIUM: Jurnal Pendidikan Luar Sekolah, Volume 8, pp 67-75; doi:10.24036/kolokium-pls.v8i1.394

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Maybe some parents still think that children's education is a normal thing and naturally children will become smart. Some still believe that according to the age of the child will develop with the help of teachers at school without having to work hard at home. This is happening right now for parents who don't understand the importance of the role of parents in children's education. In this study a parenting collaboration model was developed using development research. In this research, the effectiveness and practicality of the model are very real where the presence and enthusiasm of parents is very high to participate in parenting activities. Principals and teachers have very positive responses to the parenting program. It is recommended that teachers always make and implement parenting programs with parents from the beginning of planning to evaluating programs.Keywords: Parenting Cooperation, Social Development, Emotion Development, Early Childhood
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