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Journal of K6, Education and Management
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Core Subject : Science, Education,
Journal of K6 Education and Management (JK6EM) is a peer reviewed 4 times in a year (March, June, September, December) that published full-length paper. The Journal of K6, Education, and Management (j-K6EM) is the official journal of the Graduate Program of Educational Management of Universitas Lambung Mangkurat (ULM), Banjarmasin, Indonesia. Its purpose is to provide a forum for consideration of issues and for exchange of information and ideas about research and practice in early K6, Education, Management, and Information Technology.
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THE INFLUENCE OF PRINCIPAL MANAGERIAL ACTIVITIES, JOB SATISFACTION, AND ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE ON THE PERFORMANCE OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN HAMPANG SUB-DISTRICT Hartono, Budi; Sulaiman; Suhaimi
Journal of K6, Education and Management Vol. 2 No. 2 (2019): Volume 2 Issue 2
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This study aims to determine and describe the direct/indirect effects of Principal Managerial Activities, Organizational Culture, and Job Satisfaction on the Performance of Primary School Teachers in the Hampang Sub-district. This is a survey research with data quantitatively obtained from a sample of 92 people by using questionnaires that have met the validity and reliability test requirements. Furthermore, path analysis with multiple regression methods was used to test for hypotheses. The results showed that (1) Principal managerial activities, organizational culture, and teacher job satisfaction directly affected performance by 63.5%, 35.4%, and 75.5%, respectively. (2) Principal's managerial and organizational culture directly influenced job satisfaction by 63.1%, and 51.6%. (3) Principal's managerial activities and organizational culture indirectly affected teachers' performance through job satisfaction by 47.6%, and 38.9%.
THE EFFECT OF PARENTING PATTERNS AND BIRTH ORDER TOWARDS THE INDEPENDENT SOCIAL BEHAVIOR OF KINDERGARTEN CHILDREN IN GUGUS ANGGREK, EAST BANJARMASIN DISTRICT Rakhmawati; Effendi, Rustam; Darmiyati
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The problems that occur at this time are many children who are still dependent on their parents to do every activity. Independent attitude is very dependent on parents, often children cry when they stay for a while by their mother or caregiver. This study describes the influence of parenting on the birth order of children towards independent social behavior using a quantitative and path analysis. The research sample was obtained from 214 children aged 5-6 years using the simple random sampling technique and the Slovin formula from a population of 445 Kindergarten children in Gugus Anggrek, East Banjarmasin District. Also, data were collected through questionnaires, documentation, and observation. The results showed that parenting patterns affect the birth order of children towards their independent social behavior.
THE CONTRIBUTION OF PRINCIPAL TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP, WORK MOTIVATION, THROUGH SATISFACTION WITH OCB TEACHERS Febriani, Heri; Aslamiah; Saleh , Muhammad; Ishak
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The purpose of this research is to analyze the influence of leadership, motivation, and satisfaction on Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB). It uses a quantitative approach with a population of 114 taken by proportionate sampling from 159 individuals in 6 Tanjung Redeb Junior High School in East Kalimantan. Data were collected using a questionnaire and tested for validity and reliability, the resulting regression model has been tested classic assumptions including normality, multicollinearity, linearity, and heteroscedasticity tests, then analyzed with descriptive statistics and path analysis through calculations using SPSS. The results showed that there was an influence of leadership motivation on satisfaction with OCB. Generally, satisfaction was the intermediary between the leadership and OCB; leadership and motivation.
THE BILINGUAL SCHOOL PROGRAM MANAGEMENT Prayitno, Eko; Hadi, Sutarto; Saleh, Muhammad
Journal of K6, Education and Management Vol. 2 No. 1 (2019): Volume 2 Issue 1
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The existence of bilingual junior high schools is very limited, government schools are at the state high school of Paringin 4 and non government schools are one of them, Middle School Al Mazaya of Banjarmasin. The purpose of the study is to get an overview of: Planning, implementing, evaluating, following up and constraining the bilingual program in the school. This research is a qualitative descriptive study with a case study approach. The Conclusion: First, the school runs a plan in accordance with the Leading function, the plan is in accordance with the school's objectives. Second, private schools have the freedom to implement the program. Third, evaluation of bilingual schools has the same goals and patterns, differences in frequency of evaluation. Fourth, the follow-up of the program is to establish a bilingual high school. Fifth, the constraints of bilingual schools are not all students can follow bilingualism well. Suggestion: Relevant educational agencies should provide opportunities for teachers to participate in international linguistic forums, Principals should develop a language certification program for teachers and staff, teachers always develop themselves in terms of language, further researchers to focus on one aspect of management.
DEVELOPMENT OF COGNITIVE ASPECTS OF CHILDREN IN MATCHING NUMBERS WITH NUMBER SYMBOLS USING A COMBINATION OF DEMONSTRATION, MAKE A MATCH MODELS ASSISTED BY AUDIO VISUAL MEDIA Hidayat, Asrul; Hadi, Sutarto; Darmiyati
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The purpose of this study was to describe teacher activities, children's activities and the development of children's cognitive abilities in matching numbers with number symbols using a combination of Demonstration, make a Match model, assisted by Audio-Visual Media in group B of TK RA Citra Islami Banjarmasin. This study uses a qualitative approach with a type of classroom action research (CAR). Sources of data in this study were teacher and child group B of TK RA Citra Islami Banjarmasin located on Jalan Kelayan B Komplek 10 Gang H. Thaberi RT. 13 Banjarmasin. The research instrument used by researchers to retrieve data is observation. The results of this study illustrate that the teacher's activities have been carried out according to the steps that have been set with very good criteria. Child activity increases in each cycle with very active criteria. Development of cognitive aspects of children in matching numbers with number symbols using a combination of Demonstration, make a Match model, assisted by Audio-Visual Media in group B TK RA Citra Islami Banjarmasin has improved with the criteria of developing very well. The suggestion of this study is expected to be a guideline in learning activities using the combined Demonstration, Make a Match model, assisted by Audio-Visual Media in an effort to improve the quality of learning on cognitive aspects and provide input for subsequent researchers to be able to increase creativity in carrying out the research process.
DEVELOPING INDEPENDENCE VALUE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD Rusmiati, Antung; Aslamiah; Wahyu; Muthalib , Arifin Abdul
Journal of K6, Education and Management Vol. 2 No. 2 (2019): Volume 2 Issue 2
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The study aimed to describe and analyze the implementation strategy of independence values in learning activities as well as it's supporting and inhibiting factors through the application of a qualitative approach with a multi-site design. Data collection techniques used include interviews, observations, and document studies and the data obtained were individually analyzed before a cross-site data analysis was applied. The results showed the strategy to implement the development of children?s independence value at TK Negeri Pembina Rantau and TK Penerus Bangsa PGRI was integrated into learning activities through habituations, both by teachers at school and parents at home. It was conducted through daily, weekly, monthly, and annual activities. As a result, children's independence values have been successfully well-developed. Several supporting factors for this development include parents, environment, facilities and infrastructure, qualified teachers, and collaboration with outside institutions. However, several factors also inhibit this development and they include less supportive parents, as well as children?s particular emotions and conditions.
CONTRIBUTION OF THE PRINCIPAL SUPERVISION AND WORK MOTIVATION ON TEACHER PERFORMANCE AT PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL IN BARITO KUALA DISTRICT Rahmatullah, Muhammad; Saleh, Muhammad; Metroyadi, Metroyadi
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The purpose of the research is to know the Principal?s supervision contribution and work motivation toward the teachers performance at public of Senior High School at Barito Kuala, District. The research population is publicteachers at public  Senior High School in Barito Kuala, District, as much as 227 teachers. And, to take a sample it?s used Probability Sampling with Simple Random Sampling technique by determining sample to each school in a proportional manner and found  as much as 145 teachers.  For data collection is conducted by questionnaire. And the questionnaire validity trial is conducted by corrected item -  Total correlation. Reliability trial is using Cronbach?s Alpha (a). Data Analysis is taking simple regression and double technique. The data?s outcomes are: (1) significantly, there is  the Principal?s supervision contribution toward teachers performance at Senior High School in Barito Kuala, with determination value 66,1%; (2) There is a work motivation contribution towards teachers performance at public of Senior High School in Barito Kuala, significantly with determination value 65,6%; (3) And so, with significantly there is a Principal?s supervision contribution and work motivation toward teachers performance at Public of Senior High School in Barito Kuala District, in the manner of determination value 74,8%
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PRINCIPAL ROLE, WORK MOTIVATION AND JOB SATISFACTION WITH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER PERFORMANCE Irawati, Agustina; Aslamiah, Aslamiah; Saleh, Muhammad
Journal of K6, Education and Management Vol. 2 No. 2 (2019): Volume 2 Issue 2
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This study aims to: (1) Describe the role of the principal, teacher work motivation, teacher job satisfaction and teacher performance, (2) Analyze the direct relationship between the role of the principal and teacher performance, (3) Analyze the relationship directly between teacher work motivation and teacher performance, (4) Analyzing the direct relationship between job satisfaction and teacher performance, (5) Analyzing the direct relationship between the role of the principal and motivation, (6) Analyzing the direct relationship between the role of the principal and job satisfaction, (7) Analyzing the indirect relationship between the role of the principal and teacher performance through teacher work motivation, (8) Analyzing the indirect relationship between the role of the principal and teacher performance through the variable job satisfaction. This research was conducted in Kandangan sub-district using quantitative approaches and descriptive methods. The research sample was 176 people. The instruments of data collection are questionnaires that have met the validity and reliability test requirements. Analysis of data to test hypotheses using path analysis with multiple regression methods. The results showed that: (1) Role of Principals, Work motivation and job satisfaction in Public Elementary Schools in Kandangan Subdistrict are very high classifications, while the performance of Public Elementary School teachers is Kandangan Subdistrict is in a high classification, (2) There is a relationship between the Principal's Role and the performance of State Elementary School teachers in Kandangan Subdistrict by 0,328. (3) There is a relationship between work motivation and the performance of state elementary school teachers in Kandangan subdistrict by 0,974. (4) There is a relationship between job satisfaction and the performance of State Elementary School teachers in Kandangan Subdistrict by 0,486, (5) There is a relationship between the role of the principal and the work motivation of Public Primary School teachers in Kandangan Subdistrict by 0,919, (6) the role of the school principal with the work satisfaction of state elementary school teachers in Kandangan subdistrict by 0.927, (7) There is an indirect relationship between the role of the principal and the teacher's performance through the work motivation of state elementary school teachers in Kandangan subdistrict by 0.895. (8) There is an indirect relationship between the Role of the Principal and the teacher's performance through the work satisfaction of State Primary School teachers in Kandangan Sub-district by 0.450.
EFFECT OF EDUCATION INCOME LEVELS AND PARENTING PATTERNS ON CHILDREN’S SOCIAL BEHAVIOR Putri, Hadisa; Suriansyah, Ahmad; Wahdini, Erny
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The purpose of this study is to describe the influence: income level, level of education with parenting, income level, education level with children's social behavior, parenting parents with children's social behavior, income level, level of education with children's social behavior through parenting old. Descriptive quantitative research methods and path analysis. The sample of the study was 257 children 5-6 years in 11 TK Sambas District, West Kalimantan, cluster sampling was chosen using the Slovin formula from a population of 684 children in the Kindergarten of Sambas District, West Kalimantan. Data collection uses questionnaires, documentation and observation. The results showed that income levels influence parenting style, education level influences parents' parenting style, income level influences children's social behavior, education level influences children's social behavior, parenting parents influence children's social behavior, parenting parents are an intermediary influence the level of income on children's social behavior and level of education on children's social behavior.
MADRASAH MANAGEMENT BASED ON STOCK (CASE STUDY IN MADRASAH ALIYAH DARUL AMIEN TABUK LABAK AND MADRASAH ALIYAH ONE ROOF AL AZHAR KANDANGAN HULU SUNGAI DISTRICT SELATAN Armiati, Armiati; H., Wahyu; Ahmad, Karyono Ibnu
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Cottage based madrasas are madrassas that integrate Islamic boarding schools into madrasah subjects and management. The purpose of this study was to analyze curriculum management, management of teaching staff and education and management of students in the Aliyah Darul Amien Taluk Labak Madrasah and the One Roof Madrasah Alyah Al Azhar Kandangan District of HSS. This study uses a descriptive qualitative approach. Data collection techniques with study interviews, observations and documents. Data sources: Head of Madrasah, Deputy Head of Madrasah in the Curriculum Sector, Deputy Head of Madrasah for Student Affairs and Administration. Checking the validity of the data is done by source trigulation and trigulation methods. Based on research findings, the two madrassas have carried out curriculum management. The curriculum used is the Ministry of Education / Ministry of Religion curriculum that is collaborated with the cottage curriculum. There are few obstacles in the implementation of the curriculum, there are still teachers who do not yet understand about K13. The implementation of curriculum evaluation at Darul Aliyah Madrasa Amien Taluk Labak further showed the peculiarities of a cottage-based madrasa. In the reception of Darul Amira Taluk Labak Aliyah Madrasah employees prioritizing alumni with the reason that it is easier to be fostered, so that sometimes it is not in accordance with the required competencies, while Al Azhar Kandangan One-Roof Madrasah Aliyah sometimes has difficulty getting employees in accordance with the required competencies. Guidance and development as well as compensation for employees in Darul Amien Taluk Labak Aliyah Madrasah is good enough, while in Al Azhar Kandangan One-Stop Islamic Madrasah, employee development and development is almost never done and compensation given is still somewhat less suitable for work, for example: no there is overtime pay for overtime employees. The management of students in Darul Amien Taluk Labak Aliyah Madrasah has been very good and really shows the peculiarities of a cottage-based madrasa, while Al Azhar Kandangan One-Roof Islamic Madrasahs still lack the typical cottage-based madrasa. Suggestion: 1. Both madrassas can increase collaboration with Trustees supervisors and outsiders, to increase the competence of teachers about K13. 2. Both madrassas can open as much employee acceptance as possible to obtain competent personnel as needed. 3. One-Roof Aliyah Madrasah Al Azhar Kandangan Al-Azhar Kandangan One-Stop Islamic Madrasah can improve employee coaching, development and assessment more intensively to improve employee competency and pay more attention to compensation to encourage employees to work optimally.