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Journal Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling

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Agus Wibowo, Nurul Atieka
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 79-84; doi:10.30653/001.201931.52

Abstract:IDENTIFICATION OF LEARNING STYLES BASED FROM SPECIAL TALENT STUDENT PROGRAM STUDY OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING UM METRO. Pragmatism of educational practice can be seen from learning process without based of individual characteristics. This condition appears in the selection of methods and strategies of lstudents who tend to be oriented towards teacher oriented. In learning identification the characteristics of students are very poorly identified by teachers. Based from the problems, it is very important to study and identify student talents and student learning styles. Through this research, it is expected to be a reference in the development of the learning process based of special talents and student learning styles. This study aims to identify the characteristics of talent, learning styles, and the relationship between talent and learning styles in students. The method used is correlational research. Data collection uses aptitude tests and learning style scales.The results of research is majority students guidance and counseling study program of UM Metro have special talent is vebal talent, dan characteristics of style learning is visual learning. Thus the results of the study also show that the majority of students who have a verbal talent are also types of visual learning.
Muraina Kamilu Olanrewaju, Yusuf Suleiman
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 31-42; doi:10.30653/001.201931.62

Abstract:Guidance and Counseling is a service that all human beings need at one point of their life. There is no human being that has never got a problem at one point or another. This study focused on the assessment of perception of guidance and Counseling services among educational stakeholders in selected secondary schools in Oyo State, Nigeria. Descriptive research design of ex-post-facto type was used in the study. Simple and purposive sampling techniques were used in sampling 300 participants from 10 local government areas (50 schools) in Oyo state. The respondents were measured with validated scale of 0.91 reliability coefficient and the data obtained was analyzed using simple percentage statistical analysis. Three (3) research questions were raised and answered. The results showed that school administrators, teacher and parents (educational stakeholders) had negative perception of guidance and Counseling services. In view of these findings, the study recommended that educational stakeholders need guidance in order to understand and appreciate guidance and Counseling services and that parents should be made to realize that the times are fast changing and that they have to gradually change from the old ways so as to change positively to guidance and Counseling services.
Mudaim Mudaim, Eko Susanto
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 71-78; doi:10.30653/001.201931.79

Abstract:DIFFERENCES IN AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR BETWEEN ACTIVE STUDENTS AND INACTIVE IN EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES AT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 3 OF WAY JEPARA. Aggressive behavior in adolescence is often shown with courageous attitude against parents and teachers, mischief, crime and acts aggressively. This study will look at differences in aggressive behavior between active and inactive students in extracurricular activities in Junior high School 3 of Way Jepara. The method of this study is comparative research, where the instrument that used for collecting the data is scale of aggressive behavior. The population of this research is eighth and ninth grade students of Junior High School 3 of Way Jepara in East Lampung that consist of 180 students. The sample is took by Disproportionate Stratified random Sampling, then it is obtained the sample of 124 of active extra-curricular students, whereas, the non-active extra-curricular student that consist 56. Hypotheses assessment is conducted by independent sample t-test where obtain calculated value of aggressive behavior in 1.360 with significance level of 0.015. Because p < 0.05 so Ho refused. There are some differences between active students and inactive students of extra-curricular.
Silvia Yula Wardani, Rischa Pramudia Trisnani
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 43-50; doi:10.30653/001.201931.55

Abstract:THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CAREER INFORMATION SERVICES TO IMPROVE CAREER PLANNING FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. High School Education aims to prepare students who will continue their education to a higher level, while preparing students who will work immediately if they have completed their education in high school. Experiencee in the field shows that there are still many students who are confused about choosing the department (study program) to be entered, especially for high school students. The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of information services to improve career planning for students of SMA Negeri 1 Nglames. The sampling technique used was purposive sampling. This research was conducted at SMA Negeri 1 Nglames with pre-experimental design research design. Data collection techniques use a psychological scale that is the scale of career planning. Data analysis techniques using t-test. The results showed effective information services to improve career planning proved after a hypothetical test with the t-test analysis technique of the value of asympsig (2-tailed)/asympiotic significance 0.000, it can be concluded that information services to improve career planning of students of SMA Negeri 1 Nglames Kabupaten Madiun.
Dwi Istiqomah, Bakhrudin All Habsy
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 61-70; doi:10.30653/001.201931.48

Abstract:THE EFFECTIVENESS OF REALITY COUNSELING TO OVERCOME ANXIETY EXPRESSING OPINIONS FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. This study aims to test the effectiveness of reality counseling to overcome the level of anxiety express opinions of students in junior high. This research uses pre experimental pre-test type post test one group design. The data analysis used is paired test of T-test, to see the change of anxiety level in experimental group between pretest and post test by looking at t table price at degrees of freedom (dk), that is the magnitude is N-1, and at a significant level α = 0,05 (95%) then we get t-table = 1,833, assuming if t count> t-table then Ha “received”. From the test results using T-Test proves that effective reality counseling in overcoming anxiety expressed the opinion of junior high school students. Because t arithmetic 16,628> t table 1,833 on the significant level α = 0,05, then Ha “accepted”. Based on the findings of the research, for the next researcher, with the findings of reality counseling implementation to overcome the level of anxiety to express the opinion of the students, should be an inspiration in doing further research by applying counseling with other therapies, especially in an effort to overcome the anxiety level express opinion to the students.
Santa Yopita Kemit, Lobby Loekmono, Setyorini Setyorini
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 51-60; doi:10.30653/001.201931.49

Abstract:AUTHORITARIAN PARENTING IS NOT SIGNIFICANTLY RELATED TO THE SELF-CONCEPT OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. This study aims to determine the significant relationship between authoritarian parenting and the self-concept of SMA Kristen 1 Salatiga especially students ini class XII. The measuring instrument used in this study is Scale of Parenting Style compiled by Gafoor and Kurukkan (2014) referring to the theory of Baumrind (1991) and Self-Description Questionnaire II (SDQ-II) compiled by Herbert W. Marsh (1990). The data analysis technique used in this study is Pearson Product Moment Correlation by using SPSS for Windows 20. From the results of the data analysis, the results show that there is no significant relationship between the authoritarian parenting style with the self-concept of Christian XII grade students 1 Salatiga with the correlation of rxy = 0.110 with P = 0.388> 0.05. That is, the increase or decrease in the score of the authoritarian parenting variable and the self-concept variable score cannot be determined.
I Putu Agus Apriliana, Kadek Suranata, I Ketut Dharsana
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 21-30; doi:10.30653/001.201931.46

Abstract:REDUCING STUDENTS’ ANXIETY THROUGH COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL COUNSELING. Anxiety experienced by students at school can later affect their academic success at school. For this reason, this study tries to describe students' anxiety and efforts to reduce them through cognitive behavioral counseling. Anxiety in students can be interpreted as a condition that is full of worries and fears, feeling depressed, not calm, feeling guilty, feeling insecure and chaotic-minded accompanied by physical tension to certain situations. The characteristics of students who experience anxiety are divided into three parts, namely physical, behavioral and cognitive. The steps to reduce student anxiety through cognitive behavioral counseling are 1) identifying and knowing the level of student anxiety, 2) carrying out cognitive behavioral counseling, namely: initiating counseling, discussing content in the session, checking the events of the previous week, Core counseling , assigning tasks for the next meeting, and evaluating the session. Then, 3) Follow up. This article is expected to contribute as a scientific literature in the field of guidance and counseling, especially for school counselor in dealing with student anxiety through counseling services using a cognitive behavioral approach at school.
Uray Herlina, Ade Hidayat
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 1-10; doi:10.30653/001.201931.80

Abstract:EXISTENTIALISM APPROACH IN GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING PRACTICE. Existentialism could not be detached from Soren Kierkegaard’s idea, Nietzche’s, Karl Jaspers’s, then was developed by Martin Heidegger and Jean Paul Sarte who made existentialism become more outstanding. In psychology and Counseling, Existentialism approach get many influences from Kierkegaard opinion that opposes every efforts that view human being as an object, simultaneously opposes the subjective perception as only one human reality. Kierkegaard and many further existentialists, emphasize balancing between free-will and responsibility. Guidance and Counseling with existentialism approach appreciate democratic principle, emphasize dialog process, because freedom is one of choices. Based on this principle, every counselor has responsibility about value system which adopted by their counselee as long as it is not against with moral principle. Every counselor are demanded to behave ethically and rationally, and build value deeply and push their counselee to be responsible with their choice.
Suciani Latif, Musfirah Musfirah
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 3, pp 11-20; doi:10.30653/001.201931.81

Abstract:HYPOTHETIC MODEL: AN APPROACH OF SOLUTION-FOCUSED BRIEF COUNSELING (SFBC) IN THE FAMILY. This study is aimed to study hypothetically about Solution-Focused Brief Counseling (SFBC) application in family and some example cases of family counseling that focused on solution. The SFBC is a post-modern counseling approach that is developed in 1982 by Insoo Kim Berg and De Shazer. SFBC is an approach based on counselee strength and potency, and focused to the solution and future. In solving the problem, SFBC families more focus on nowadays problems and immediately move to build solution to repair family situation. Counselee strength is a primary asset to build solution of the problem.
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