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Current Publisher: Faculty of Law Pattimura University (10.30598)
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Albertus Fenanlampir, Rahmat Hidayat
EDU SCIENCES JOURNAL, Volume 1, pp 133-145; doi:10.30598/edusciencesvol1iss2pp133-145

The development of sports in Maluku in its implementation is always based on Law Number 3 of 2005 concerning the National Sports System, that "Local Governments have the authority to regulate, foster, develop, implement, and supervise the implementation of sports in the regions". This means that the government based on institutional functions is given full authority as a policy maker. The purpose of this study is to describe the extent of the Implementation of Government Authority to the Sports System in Maluku Province. The results of the study found: (1) That the sports policy in Maluku has not been a priority in regional development and in its implementation delegated to the relevant agencies / organizations / federations. (2) The role of the Maluku provincial government in sports development is divided into three scopes, namely educational sports, recreational sports and achievement sports. Guidance on recreational sports and educational sports is handled and managed by the Department of Youth and Sports (DISPORA) in coordination with the Department of Education and Culture (DISDIKBUD), the Federation of Indonesian Community Recreational Sports (FORMI) and the National Paralympic Commission (NPC) Maluku to synergize programs from the center to the center to region. Whereas the fostering and development of sports achievements are bestowed and implemented by KONI Maluku and its members. (3) That the Maluku provincial government provides operational assistance with the APBD, through DIPA SKPD and Grants to agencies / organizations / federations namely achievement sports through KONI, Sports education through DISDIKBUD and DISPORA in coordination with FORMI and NPC Maluku. (4) The Government Oversight Function on the implementation of sports in Maluku is carried out in two ways, namely internal and external. Internal supervision is carried out by sports institutions to achieve consistency between policies and implementation, while external supervision by the Inspectorate and the Financial Supervisory Agency (BPK) to ensure the use of the budget is on target and in accordance with reporting.
Johanis F Rehena, Muhammad Nur Matdoan
EDU SCIENCES JOURNAL, Volume 1, pp 90-100; doi:10.30598/edusciencesvol1iss2pp90-100

Mansonia mosquitoes are in endemic forest and swamp areas, dirty environments and unused fish farming areas, Mansonia mosquitoes are aggressive and suck blood when humans are at night, outside the home. Anopheles actively seeks blood during illness and at night. This research uses survey and cross sectional research, it discusses to study mosquitoes, the density of mosquitoes mansonia and anopheles, as well as looking at the development of disease (prevalence) of filariasis. The population in this study is the population and population of mosquito mansonia and anopheles in East Taniwel and Taniwel Districts. Filariasis in Taniwel and East Taniwel Sub-districts, West Seram District was reported in local health centers of around 15 people. The outbreak of filariasis in Taniwel District around 2010-2019. Mansonia bleeds people at home when sick at 18: 00-18: 45. While outside the house at night 20: 00-20: 45. While Anopheles mosquitoes bite humans, at dusk and at night at 16.00-24.00, The peak is 02.00-03.00. The density of mansonia mosquitoes in Sohuwe Village, 4.00 - 5.85, Lumalatal 5.00 - 6.60 and Maloang 4.00-5.50 (moderate), Anopheles in Sohuwe 7.00-9.85, Lumalatal 5.89- 6.82, Maloang 5.00-6.50 (high). The prevalence of filariasis in Sohuwe 0.66, Lumlat 0.88. and Maloang 1.54. There is a relationship between attitudes and community relations with filariasis
W S Pinoa
EDU SCIENCES JOURNAL, Volume 1, pp 80-89; doi:10.30598/edusciencesvol1iss2pp80-89

Passo region is in accordance with the results of observation, many residential buildings are located in protected areas, commensurate with the coast, commensurate with rivers and around the spring, as well as buildings that do not have a building permit. IMB seems easy to obtain without taking into account the City Planning and Spatial Planning. Hence why, the writer cunducting the research with the title “Study of Residential Settlements Towards Spatial in Passo Region, Ambon City”
Arnold Sahalessy, J L Kundre, Ferdinanda S Noya
EDU SCIENCES JOURNAL, Volume 1, pp 70-79; doi:10.30598/edusciencesvol1iss2pp70-79

This study aims to determine (1) the application of the project based learning model in PUBLIC SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 4 Ambon, (2) the application of cooperation skills in Public Senior High School 4 Ambon, (3) the results of sociology learning in Public Senior High School 4 Ambon, (4) the effect of the application of the learning model project based on learning in Public Senior High School 4 Ambon, (5) the effect of applying cooperative skills in Public Senior High School 4 Ambon, (6) the effect of applying the project based learning model of learning and collaborative skills together on the results of learning sociology at Public Senior High School 4 Ambon. This study used a quasi-experimental research design. The research subjects in this study were 60 students in grade XI IIS. The results of this study indicate that (1) there are significant differences in sociology learning outcomes between groups of students taught with project based learning models and think pair share learning models, (2) there are significant differences in sociology learning outcomes between students who have high and low cooperation skills (3) high and low cooperation skills show no interaction with sociology learning outcomes, (4) Learning model (Project Based Learning and Think-Pair-Share) with cooperation skills show significant interactions with sociology learning outcomes
Criezta Korlefura, Theophanny Paula Theresia Rampisela, Jeanete Ophilia Papilaya, R F Tuasikal
EDU SCIENCES JOURNAL, Volume 1, pp 118-123; doi:10.30598/edusciencesvol1iss2pp118-123

Playing gives children the possibility of active participation and enables development, achieving confidence and better in relations between groups. Through games children can learn social skills and obtain certain rules in games that are temporarily played. Departing this, the purpose of this study was to see how much the contribution of traditional games to the quality of children's social relations at school. This ability is included in the socioemotional aspect. After knowing, the goal in the future also wants to make a model that contains the procedures for applying traditional play methods in the curriculum / school subjects to be able to help children develop optimally the socioemotional aspects. The research method used is the qualitative and quantitative approaches. Quantitative approaches are used primarily about the presentation of children's social behaviors in school; while the qualitative approach is used more intensively in the analysis of the quality of children's social relations, along with the profile and results of the treatment given. The procedures used in this study are research and development procedures. Research and development procedures are used based on the reason that this study is intended to get an initial picture of the quality of children's social relations and it is hoped that in the next research it can produce a product that is the application of traditional games in subjects that aim to improve children's social relations skills. There are some findings obtained first, the results that children who are involved in some traditional games that are performed look more able to do teamwork or good communication with friends. They are indirectly trained in good communication skills and strategies. Secondly, they also after doing a game together, they tend to invite their friends in class to do the same thing. Third, children who are involved in traditional games have a good increase in gross motor activities
Noke Kesaulya, Abdul Haji Amahoru, Maria A Hertiavi
EDU SCIENCES JOURNAL, Volume 1, pp 108-117; doi:10.30598/edusciencesvol1iss2pp108-117

Physics is the science that studies natural phenomena which observation is one of the most important aspect. Observations were made to study the physical phenomena and, if necessary, measurements can be made using appropriate, easily accessible as well as sophisticated devices. In this study, observation and measurement of a straight motion in a viscometer tube device has been developed. The device is also able to measure viscosity of the liquid (indirectly) using the falling ball method by means of Long Exposure technique. The viscosity of a liquid is essentialy related to drag force that caused by friction between the liquid molecules, which are able to resist fluid flow. Long Exposure is a technique of image acquisition which can preserve information about traces of objects moving at a certain time that might not be able to be captured with the naked eye. The falling ball method is based on a measurement of terminal velocity of the falling ball in a viscous liquid. In the experiments, lightmeter is a solid ball with varying sizes coated with phosphorus paint which was released from the surface of the liquid (glycerin and honey) inside a cylindrical tube. A camera with long exposure feature is placed in front of a perforated disk that serves as a chopper, which are essentially slits for the camera to capture the trajectory of the ball and convert the continuous trace into discrete traces. Using a simple digital image processing and digital image analysis techniques, the traces of the trajectory of the ball can be analyzed and thus we can obtain the data of the position for each time interval, thus the speed of the ball can be observed and the type of the motion can be analyzed (accelerated and motion with constant velocity). The calculated liquid viscosity is 0.7885 Pa.s viscosity with error 6.55% for glycerin, and as for honey the viscosity is 3.9162 Pa.s with precision of 99.98%. It can be concluded that these devices can be used to observe the phenomenon of straight motion with constant velocity and accelerated motion in viscosity tube, determines the value of the viscosity of a liquid with a good accuracy and precision
Wa Ima, Samuel M Wattimury
EDU SCIENCES JOURNAL, Volume 1, pp 101-107; doi:10.30598/edusciencesvol1iss2pp101-107

Background in research in the Kalauli Negeri Hila-Kaitetu sub-district Leihitu, Central Maluku Regency, there are various tribes including indigenous people, Butonese, Bugis, Makassarese, and other tribes. In social life, where the Buton tribes live side by side and foster good relations of kinship and kinship between the indigenous people and with other tribes. Customs that are still preserved and preserved by the Buton tribe in Maluku, especially in Central Maluku, precisely in the Kalauli Hamlet, in this case the marriage custom. Customary marriages are part of customary Buton tribes that use customary forms of marriage can have good aspects related to the system of norms, rules and values ​​that apply to Buton tribes in the Kalauli sub-village. So that after all the conditions of the customary marriage is maintained by the community supporters, especially the customary marriage of the Buton tribe. In the life of the Buton Cia-cia tribe in the Kalauli Negeri Hila-Kaitetu Hamlet, Leihitu District, Central Maluku Regency, in marriages there are various stages of marital custom that are still maintained, among others, namely the Boka custom (treasure money). which must be submitted from the prospective male bride to the bride-to-be. The purpose of this research is: to find out the traditional traditions of the Boka (Cone-Cia) Buton tribe marriage in Kalauli Negeri Hila-Kaitetu Hamlet, Leihitu District, Central Maluku Regency ". Methodology, based on the problems and objectives to be achieved, the type of research used is descriptive research with a cultural approach. The research results show that the customary marriage of the Buton Cia-Cia tribe in the Kalauli hamlet of the State of Hila-Kaitetu in the District of Leihitu, Central Maluku Regency "in the form of a Boka custom or treasure money, which always develops over time, as well as the values ​​contained in the Boka marriage or money property, is the value of mutual cooperation, religion, tolerance, and siltuhrahmi
Sarlota Singerin, Estevanus K Huliselan, Altje Latununuwe
EDU SCIENCES JOURNAL, Volume 1, pp 124-132; doi:10.30598/edusciencesvol1iss2pp124-132

The study was conducted at SMP Negeri 2 Salahutu. The purpose of this study is to develop a science learning tool using the Problem Based Learning learning model, through lesson study. The research design uses the 4 D Research and Development research method (Define Phase, design, develop, Disseminate). The application of products in the form of PBL-based integrated science-oriented learning modules through LS results in the following findings: 1). The Global warming theme module is based on curriculum analysis, student and teacher needs and field observations; 2). The Global warming theme module is able to get students actively involved in the learning process. 3). PBL-based Global warming theme modules through Lesson Study train students' creativity; 4). The teacher's knowledge about the systematic writing of the modules is still lacking so that the writer at the time of dissemination gave a presentation on the systematic module. The results of this study found that 1). Development of Integrated Science Learning Using Models of Problem Based Learning through Lesson Study can improve the student learning outcomes; 2). Development of Integrated Science Learning based on Problem Base Learning through Lesson study using the Global warming theme module is based on curriculum analysis, student and teacher needs and field observations. This module is able to make students actively involved directly in the learning process and train students' creativity
Pamella Mercy Papilaya
EDU SCIENCES JOURNAL, Volume 1, pp 52-62; doi:10.30598/edusciencesvol1iss1pp52-62

Gandaria plant grows with tree habitus with a height of up to 27 m Spread of gandaria plants in Maluku, generally on Ambon Island and Saparua on Ambon Island, gandaria plants are spread from the coast to the hills. This study aims to determine the quality of sugar content, total acid, pH, water content and production of gandaria fruit (Bouea macrophylla Griff) in different geographical conditions on the island of Ambon using a purposive sampling method and laboratory analysis. The results showed that at an altitude of 0-400 asl with a production of 654 kg, 400-700 asl with a production of 681 kg and an altitude of 700-1100 asl producing 925 kg and the height of the place also affected the quality of gandaria with an average total sugar of 12.69%, content water 80.18%, acidity level 6.81% and pH 3. It was concluded that the higher the altitude of the place will affect the production and quality of gandaria fruit (Bouea macrophylla Griff).
Kapraja Sangadji
EDU SCIENCES JOURNAL, Volume 1, pp 19-24; doi:10.30598/edusciencesvol1iss1pp19-24

The purpose of this study is to facilitate teacher tutors to fully understand the concept of teacher professional practice, while honing their knowledge, attitudes, and skills, as well as guiding procedures for teacher tutors in improving pedagogical competencies of undergraduate students in managing quality learning. The development of PPK training for tutor teachers in the form of modules refers to the Rowntree model. The Rowntree model is a development model specifically aimed at developing learning materials which have three main stages namely planning materials, preparing for writing, writing and re-writing. PPK training materials can have a positive influence and have a significant impact on teacher tutoring effectively in mentoring student students. This will be seen from the improvement of teacher tutor competence in mentoring PPK students. Teacher tutoring competency can improve learning performance and contribute to the ability and willingness in collaboration for self-development and contribute to the development of student mentoring
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