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Publisher History Education Department, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Mulawarman University

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Khairunnajwa Binti Samsudin, Mohd Mahzan Bin Awang, Anuar Bin Ahmad
Yupa: Historical Studies Journal, Volume 1; doi:10.26523/yupa.v1i2.42

Abstract:This article aims to study on the readiness of history teachers to inculcate historical thinking skills among students. This study focused on four aspects which includes 1) Procedural Knowledge, and 2) Pedagogical Knowledge. Thus, to achieve the purpose of the study, quantitative methods are used. Questionnaires were distributed to 30 history teachers in a secondary school in Batu Pahat district. The results showed that there were no significant differences between teachers who were trained to teach History and those who are not. However, there was a significant difference between teachers with ten years of teaching experience with the readiness of history teachers.
Dewicca Fatma Nadilla
Yupa: Historical Studies Journal, Volume 1; doi:10.26523/yupa.v1i2.53

Abstract:Banjar people known as nomads and merchants in his life is famous for the principle that formed the character of the Banjar. Through the values contained in the philosophy/life principle of the Banjar people who can then be integrated into the world of education, one of which is historical education. The meaning and value of local wisdom existing in the community has a goal to increase learners to be able to develop their attributes derived from wisdom and local history of society, possessed the skill in understanding the society in the life of the process and possessing the characteristics and attitudes that are in line with the value of local wisdom. Amid the onslaught of technology and practicality of life offered, later emerged an approach that tried to highlight the local wisdom owned by the region, especially South Kalimantan. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to introduce the value of the urban life of Banjar philosophy and its integration in learning history as a form of cultural endurance. The method used in this writing that is with a qualitative approach and data collection is done by library study by collecting the relevant literature with this paper.
Noorlela Binti Noordin, Abdul Razaq Ahmad
Yupa: Historical Studies Journal, Volume 1; doi:10.26523/yupa.v1i2.55

Abstract:This study was aimed to evaluate the Malay proficiency among students in Form Two especially non-Malay students and its relationship to academic achievement History. To achieve the purpose of the study there are two objectives, the first is to look at the difference between mean of Malay Language test influences min of academic achievement of History subject among non-Malay students in Form Two and the second is the relationship between the level of Malay proficiency and their academic achievement for History. This study used quantitative methods, which involved 100 people of Form Two non-Malay students in one of the schools in Klang, Selangor. This study used quantitative data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and statistical inference with IBM SPSS Statistics v22 software. This study found that there was a relationship between the proficiency of Malay language among non-Malay students with achievements in the subject of History. The implications of this study are discussed in this article.
Agus Susilo
Yupa: Historical Studies Journal, Volume 1; doi:10.26523/yupa.v1i2.65

Abstract:This research described how life tolerance of religion in Nusa Jaya Village Belitang District III Regency OKU East Sumatera Selatan, besides to know the factors that cause success tolerance of religion in Nusa Jaya Village Belitang District III Regency of OKU East of South Sumatera. Tolerance is a problem that often arises throughout the time, especially tolerance among religious people. Historically, the religious nature of tolerance does not just appear. This research aims to determine the factors that lead to the success of religious, between Islam, Catholicism, Protestant Christianity, and Buddhism in the Nusa Jaya village, District III of East Belitang, District of OKU, South Sumatra. The method used in this study is the historical method, obtained through in-depth interviews, documentation and literature study. The results showed that normatively the basic values that form the basis of the establishment of tolerance among religious people is the value of religion and cultural Javanese descendants. While empirically composed of human values, nationalism, historical, exemplary public religious leaders and the value of patience.
Siti Aishah Suhaimi, Mohd Mahzan Awang, Anuar Ahmad
Yupa: Historical Studies Journal, Volume 1; doi:10.26523/yupa.v1i2.57

Abstract:This study focuses on the student towards paper implementation 3 subject of history. This study use where survey research design as many as 50 from respondent 4 in School orchid, Cheras, chosen by gregarious sample and use instrument in obtaining quantitative data. This research using Social learning theory Albert Bandura, theory of constructivism and also Bloom's Taxonomy model. Data analyzed by using Excel Microsoft software 2010 (Statistic pack) 2.0 (SPSS). Finding of correlation analysis show there is a significant relationship between student attitude approach with students’ knowledge towards paper of 3 history subject (r, =.846=, n=50, p<.0.5). Therefore, the paper 3 subject of history is seen as platform that is able to increase the understanding and performance of students in the general history often associated with subjects that are boring and hard to get better performance by students in examinations due to lack of interest, learning techniques are obsolete and inadequate learning.
Mazlan Husin, Mohd Mahzan Awang, Anuar Ahmad
Yupa: Historical Studies Journal, Volume 1; doi:10.26523/yupa.v1i2.66

Abstract:This research is aimed at investigating the readiness of History subject teachers in teaching and learning with the help of i-Think mind maps at secondary schools in the district of Setiu, Terengganu. The amount of sample chosen is 59 History teachers from secondary schools which consists of trained teachers without taking into account their specialisation. As a whole, the research findings show that respondents have a high readiness level in implementing their teaching and learning process with the help of i-Think mind maps in secondary schools. The findings also show that there is a difference in teacher readiness between history teacher and non-history teacher and between those that went to courses and those who did not. Furthermore, there is a difference in the attitude, skill and usage level of i-Think mind maps in teachers that are experienced and those less experienced. However, research findings for experienced and less-experienced teachers showed that there are no significant differences in the level of knowledge on the concept of i-Think mind maps.
Ranulin Windarsari, Sunardi Sunardi, Djono Djono
Yupa: Historical Studies Journal, Volume 1; doi:10.26523/yupa.v1i2.56

Abstract:This study is aimed to describe the implementation of learning history in high school equivalency programs. This study uses the descriptive qualitative method. Data were collected by interviews, documentation, and observation. Data analysis technique use qualitative analysis inductive models with purposive sampling technique. The results of this study are: first, planning learning history in high school equivalency program started from In-House Training for educators in high school equivalency program which practiced in the preparation of the learning device are appropriate to the curriculum; second, the implementation of learning history in high school equivalency program involves three patterns of learning consisting of 20% face-to-face interaction, 30% tutorials, and 50% independent activity; third, constraints in the implementation is the readiness of learners in receiving learning materials, learning infrastructure, and the competence of educators in conveying the teaching of history; fourth, evaluation of learning history in high school equivalency program is equal to the formal school.
Norhidayat Norhidayat, Rochgiyanti Rochgiyanti, Rusdi Effendi
Yupa: Historical Studies Journal, Volume 1; doi:10.26523/yupa.v1i1.12

Abstract:This research oriented at the traditional mining sand in the village of Mataraman that is the business sector labor-intensive and has long lasting. The purpose of this research is; to know about the lives of the miners traditional sand in the village of Mataraman sub-district Banjar Regency. The worst of conditions happened in the past years 1995 to 2000, while the best conditions during this time is the condition post monetary crisis over five years 2000 and 2005. Sand mining in the village Mataraman also provides role for the economy villagers Mataraman, the role that the; provide jobs, becomes a magnet the economic activities and expand their villages indirectly also bring economic impact to its villagers.
Rae Larasati, Jamil Jamil, Marwiah Johansyah
Yupa: Historical Studies Journal, Volume 1; doi:10.26523/yupa.v1i1.14

Abstract:The purpose of this study was to determine the values of Hindu-Buddhist cultural heritage in Mulawarman Museum. This research conducted at the Museum Mulawarman, Tenggarong, Kutai Regency. The results showed that the values of cultural heritage in the Museum Mulawarman are the religious value, historical value, cultural value and social value. Government efforts to preserve the cultural heritage values of Hindu-Buddhist divided into three: guard, care for, and following the rules.
Ayu Desi Utami, Asnar Asnar, Jawatir Pardosi
Yupa: Historical Studies Journal, Volume 1; doi:10.26523/yupa.v1i1.9

Abstract:This research attempts to obtain information about the participation of teachers history in infuse of nationalism on student X in senior high school 14 Samarinda. The results show that participations of teachers history in imparting flavor nationalism to their students class x in senior high school 14 Samarinda is participation of teachers history in imparting flavor nationalism students are teachers as examples, teachers as inspiratory, teachers as a motivator, and teachers as an evaluator. History teacher found obstacles to imparting flavor nationalism to their students are background students is different, development of technology had an impact on thinking pattern students, the influence of the mass media, and facilities schools that had not yet fully sufficient in supporting teaching history.
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