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COUNS-EDU: The International Journal of Counseling and Education
ISSN : 2548348X     EISSN : 25483498     DOI : -
Core Subject : Education,
COUNS-EDU: The International Journal of Counseling and Education ISSN: 2548-348X , e-ISSN: 2548-3498 is a peer-reviewed, scientific journal published by Indonesian Counselor Association (IKI). The aim of this journal is to publish high-quality articles dedicated to all aspects of the latest outstanding developments in the fields of counseling and education in all settings. The scope of this journal encompasses the applications of schools counseling, mental health, assessment, supervision in counseling, sexual abuse, violence addition counseling, multi-cultural counseling, crisis intervention, trauma counseling, ITC in counseling, counseling career, spiritual counseling, marriage and family counseling, counseling and psychotherapy, counseling in all setting; Education (teaching, development, instruction, educational projects and innovations, learning methodologies and new technologies in education and learning, assessment). It was first published in 2016.
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ANALYSIS OF TEACHERS’ COMPETENCE IN THE ACCELERATED PROGRAMS IN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS Ni?matuzahroh, Ni?matuzahroh
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23916/0020190411340

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The purpose of this research is to discover an enhanced model of teaching capability in acceleration program in junior high schools in Malang. Subjects were chosen with purposive sampling from the teachers and students in accelerated program in SMP 1 and SMP 3 Malang. The data were collected using the methods of observation, interviews, FGD, and documentation. The analysis  was descriptive qualitative in nature. The result showed that the teachers were aware that students in the accelerated program had characteristics distinguishing themselves from others. The learning process in an accelerated class was not different from the regular class because the teachers in such a regular class applied a monotone teaching method, such lecturing and tasks oriented teaching. This research revealed that most teachers viewed that  students, who possess high cognitive capability, were able to understand the materials taught on their own by giving numerous practical  questions.  There were also only  few teachers oriented to constructing an interesting learning atmosphere alongside authentic assessment. Concerning facilities and infrastructures, teachers and students stated that the two are considered adequate as shown by the availability of classrooms, learning media such as LCD and laptop, internet, other materials. However, teachers admitted that they had a main hindrance:  limited capability in applying learning methods using IT or technology,  for example, the LCDs, laptops, and the like. The teachers find it difficult to make  combined materials from multiple grade levels. Limited time allotment and concentrated materials caused the teachers to feel that their teaching hadn?t met the expectation yet.
HAVE SCHOOL COUNSELORS ASSESSED STUDENTS’ ANXIETY? Saputri, Nur Sholehah Dian; Izzaty, Rita Eka; Retnawati, Heri
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Anxiety needs to be assessed and reduced so that it does not interfere with the mission of adolescent development. Guidance and counseling services in formal education must be provided based on the assessment of needs, one of which is in dealing with anxiety. This study was qualitative research with a type of phenomenology. The data related to the implementation of anxiety assessment were collected using interviews and observations. The participants were 15 Senior High School counselors in Yogyakarta. The data analysis was conducted using qualitative data analysis. The results of the study showed that there were still many school counselors who had not deeply assessed students? anxiety. There were still school counselors who experienced obstacles in assessing students? anxiety, such as regarding the time, analytical skills, students? openness problems, and there were no instruments that could be applied easily.
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF MODULES IMPROVING SELF-AWARENESS EXCELLENT SERVICES OF ACADEMIC STAFF Taufik, Taufik; Fadli, Rima Pratiwi; Putri, Yola Eka
COUNS-EDU: The International Journal of Counseling and Education Vol 4, No 3 (2019)
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This research is begun based a purpose to increasing self-awareness of education personnel, so they can perform an excellent service for students in the university. This study aims to: (1) describe the module design to increase self-awareness of excellent service of education personnel (2) perform module validation tests and (3) perform module reliability tests. The study was descriptive involving four experts and 12 education staff at Padang State University as the subject of the trial. Instruments used to include (1) Validity Testing Instruments Module Contents (2) Ifdil & Taufik Self-Awareness Inventory and (3) Module Instruments. The results of this study reveal that the Self-Awareness Improvement Module for Excellent Services Education Personnel can be accepted and can be used for self-awareness programs for the staff in providing services.
EXPRESSIVE WRITING CHANGES GRIEF INTO MEANING – A SEQUENTIAL EXPLANATORY DESIGN APPROACH Savitri, Setiawati Intan; Takwin, Bagus; Ariyanto, Amarina Ashar; Aribowo, Rachel T.A
COUNS-EDU: The International Journal of Counseling and Education Vol 4, No 3 (2019)
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The purpose of the present study was to describe the effect of expressive writing on the level of one?s grief through a sequential design (expressive writing experiments for 3 consecutive days for 15 minutes each days then an analysis of the participant?s writing contents was conducted). This study used a pre-post test matching technique experimental design follow up by content analysis. The total number of participants (both in the experimental and control groups) was 30 (M-age = 21.2; SD = 1.2), lost their parents more than six month. Randomized matching technique was use to divide participant into experimental (expressive writing) and control (non-expressive writing).The baseline score measured by the complicated grieving inventory of >25 (Prigereson, 1995). Results showed that the experimental group had a decreased level of grief relative to the control group, the texts showed an interested result to be further discussed.
SUBJECT TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF ACADEMIC MENTORING AND COUNSELING SERVICES Sutirna, Sutirna
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In developing students? potential requires, among others, psycho-education services. This effort can be provided not only by counselor but also by subject teachers at school. This research is aimed at investigating subject teachers? perceptions of academic guidance and counseling services provided by the teachers to students who had learning difficulties. Employing descriptive method, this research involved fifty counseling and guidance teachers to participate as research participants. To collect data, paper- and online-based questionnaires were used. The data gathered were then categorized and analyzed. The results indicated that the majority of the subject teachers have sufficient understanding on their roles in substantially providing academic guidance and counseling related to the students? academic problems. In addition, it was found that the counseling teachers always give the students referral to their respective teachers whenever the students get learning difficulties.   
INCREASING LONG JUMP PERFORMANCE THROUGH PLYOMETRIC EXERCISES Sin, Tjung Hauw; Ruslin, Budi Indra
COUNS-EDU: The International Journal of Counseling and Education Vol 4, No 2 (2019)
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AbstractLow athlete?s long jump performance and training that use are not systematic. This study aims to decide the effect of plyometric training on athlete performance. This study was a quasi-experiment comprising 32 athletes taken using a purposive sampling technique. The instrument with the long jump test is under the standard of the Indonesian Athletics Association (PASI), and the data analysis uses t-test. Based on data analysis; there were significant differences in athlete performance before and after being given plyometric training. This study recommends that athletes? long jump performance be better, one of  using Plyometric Exercises.
MARITAL SATISFACTION OF VISUALLY IMPAIRED COUPLES Suaidi, Nur Zahra; Saili, Jamayah
COUNS-EDU: The International Journal of Counseling and Education Vol 4, No 3 (2019)
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Despite the relatively high degree of research among disabilities in Malaysia, there remains lack of research on issues and challenges faced by visually impaired couples. Visually impaired couples may experience different set of challenges and seek different needs for a satisfying married life as compared to typical couples. The research was conducted qualitatively by interviewing four visually impaired couples. The analysis of in-depth interviews with the couples yields three main themes which are the challenges, the coping strategies, and the future hopes of the visually impaired couples.
HOW ASSERTIVE BEHAVIOR DIFFERENCES AMONG MINANG, MALAY, BATAK AND KERINCI STUDENT’S CULTURE? Afdal, Afdal; Wibowo, Tianda Hazmil; Alfia, Vivi; Maysitoh, Maysitoh
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The attitude of students who cannot convey what they feel without hurting the feelings of others is because the student cannot behave assertively. Assertive behavior is expressing what is felt or thought without hurting the feelings of others. This study aims to see differences in assertive behavior of students based on cultural backgrounds (Minang, Malay, Batak, Kerinci). This study uses a comparative descriptive approach carried out on BK FIP UNP students with a total sample of 248 people, using a proportional random sampling technique. The instrument of this research is a questionnaire about assertive behavior with a Likert scale model. Data were analyzed using analysis of variance (ANOVA) and data processing using SPSS version 20.00. The findings of this study indicate that there is no significant difference in assertive behavior of BK FIP UNP students when viewed from a cultural background. This means that differences in cultural background do not determine student assertive behavior. This is indicated by the calculated F value, which is equal to 0.779 while Sig. on the degree of freedom (db) 1 and aplha (?) 0.05 is 0.506, then according to hypothesis testing criteria through analysis of variance (ANOVA), if F count is greater than F table there is no significant difference.
THE PILOT STUDY OF SMART-RESILIENCE A PSYCHO-EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM Suranata, Kadek
COUNS-EDU: The International Journal of Counseling and Education Vol 4, No 3 (2019)
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This pilot study is aimed at evaluating the feasibility of the Smart resilience program for secondary school students. The one group pretest and posttest experiment design conducted by involved 45 of second grades students of secondary school in Province of Bali, Indonesia as a participant. In each are of urban, suburb and rural schools consist of 15 students. The Indonesian version of students well being scale used to collect the data for pretest and post test assessment. Repeated Measure ANOVA conducted on the analysis of the data through the JASP program. The results of this study indicate; (1) Smart-Resilience programs are effective to improve student well-being in overall school areas, (2) there are differences in the effectiveness for students in urban, suburb and rural school areas, (3) the programs achieve a high acceptance and accessibility by students and the school counselor
INGRAINING GOAL ORIENTATION BEHAVIOR AMONG MALAYSIAN ADOLESCENTS USING SOLUTION-FOCUSED GROUP WORK (SFGW) Shunmugam, Ratnadevi R; Noah, Sidek Mohd.; Jaafar, Wan Marzuki Wan
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Setting goals can be reviewed as aspirations for future betterment especially among adolescents. Goal-setting process involves aspects like future planning, principles, values, priorities, application of knowledge and decision making.  This process varies according to individual needs and requires different approaches and guidance. Literature review prevailed that the essential ingredient of Solution-focused approach is setting goals. Solution-focused techniques found to be vital and crucial in assisting adolescents to set goals. Two objectives were drawn through literature reviews. Objective one is to determine the effectiveness of SFGW in increasing adolescent?s goal orientation behavior mean score between pre-test, post-test and follow-up test.  And, the second objective is to compare the effects between SFGW intervention module (treatment group) and traditional module (control group) on goal orientation mean score for post-test and follow-up test.  This is a true experimental with pre-test and post-test design using Solution-focused module and administration of questionnaires for data collection. A total of 66 samples who met the inclusion requirement were assigned randomly to experimental (n = 32) and control (n = 34) groups using paired-matched design.  The samples in experimental group were given treatment using the SFGW intervention program for seven weeks.  After the completion of the treatment, posttest and follow-up test were carried out and data was collected using Goal Orientation Scale.  The collected data was analyzed using descriptive statistics, independent samples t-test, and one-way repeated measure ANOVA.  The study discloses that SFGW does significantly affect the level of goal orientation behavior among Malaysian adolescents.