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Journal of K6, Education and Management
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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 MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATION OF CHARACTER VALUE AT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Sipiana, Sisilia; Suriansyah, Ahmad; Effendi , Rustam
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This study aims to plan and evaluate the implementation of character values. It was carried out in Santa Angela Banjarmasin and Sanjaya Banjarbaru Junior High Schools using the qualitative, empirical, and multi-site design approaches. Furthermore, the research subjects comprise of principal, vice-principals, teachers, students, committees, and the school Foundation. Data were collected through observation, in-depth interviews, and documentation.  Analysis of the data collected was conducted through reduction, conclusion, presentation, and verification. The results of the study, therefore, aimed at the implementation of character values to students through planning, organizing, implementing, and evaluating. These stages are appropriately carried out in school management, implemented in its curriculum, with results developed into character values.
MANAGEMENT OF LEARNING IN MAWADDAH ISLAMIC KINDERGARTEN AND SABILAL MUHTADIN INTEGRATED ISLAMIC KINDERGARTEN Rahmah, Ajizatur; Suriansyah, Ahmad; Wahdini, Erny
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The purpose of this research is to describe the planning, organization, implementation, and evaluation of learning in kindergarten students. It is a qualitative and multi-site study with data obtained from Mawaddah and Sabilal Muhtadin Integrated Islamic Kindergarten. Research results show that planning Weekly Learning Implementation Plan and Daily Learning Implementation Plan with an academic calendar organized following the Education Office, based on teacher expertise and distributing Standard Operating Procedures. Furthermore, students were grouped according to their habits, age, observation results, and the stage of development for one year. At the implementation stage, teachers were supervised, with learning taught according to the daily learning implementation plan, to meet children's needs and following the themes raised by the daily learning implementation plan. Evaluating the results of child development, with questions asked on the right learning material taught every month, with follow-up improvement to deal with children with special.
IMPLEMENTATION OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP-BASED LEARNING MANAGEMENT Firdausi, Rahmi; Ahmad, Karyono Ibnu; Rachmayanie, Ririanti
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Actinomycetes are Gram positive bacteria that have been detected in diverse ecological niches. Their member species are known to be a main source of various bioactive compounds. The discovery of Actinomycetes from diverse and unexplored resources has also been linked to increased opportunities to obtain novel bioactive compounds. Insect nest material is being investigated as a new source of novel antimicrobial producing Actinomycetes, which could be harnessed for therapeutic potential. A total of 10 Actinomycetes isolates were collected from the nest of Nasutitermes sp. in Pananjung Pangandaran Nature Reserve. These isolates were evaluated for antimicrobial activity against the challenge bacteria (Eschericia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus subtilis, Serratia marcescens) and fungi (Fomitopsis palustris, Fusarium oxysporum, Trichoderma viridae) by dual culture method. The result revealed that several isolates were active against fungi and bacteria. Isolate Pn-TN2 showed the highest level of antibacterial inhibition and the highest antifungal inhibition with Inhibition Rate value more than 80%. By morphological and 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis strongly suggested that the isolate Pn-TN2 belonged to Streptomyces prasinopilosus. We suggested that termite nest is a potential source of bioactive strains of cultivable Actinomycetes for future biotechnological needs.
IMPLEMENTATION OF EARLY CHILDHOOD CHARACTER EDUCATION IN THE 2013 CURRICULUM Susilawati; Wahdini , Erny; Hadi , Sutarto
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The purpose of this study is to describe the 2013 Curriculum in the (1) implementation of character education, (2) values, and (3) education strategy. Early Childhood Education is a form of education fundamental in the life of a child. In the 2013 Curriculum perspective, character education in early childhood integrated in Core Competencies 1 Spiritual Attitudes and Core Competencies 2 Social Attitudes. This study uses a descriptive qualitative approach to design multiple sites with data collected through interviews, observation, and documentation. This research uses a descriptive qualitative approach with a multi-site study design in the PAUD Islamic Integrated Al Khair Barabai and PAUD Negeri Pembina Barabai. Data collection techniques collected through interviews, observation, and documentation. To validate data using triangulation of sources, techniques, and time.  The conclusion of the research is the 2013 curriculum is a source reference in the preparation of programmed activities and habituation activities in addition to the curriculum characteristic of the institutions of each institution. The character values implemented are 18 from the government, Spiritual Attitudes and Social Attitudes. The character education strategy is carried out by the Foundation, the head, educators, educational staff, students, parents who are used through planning, implementation and evaluation.
THE CONTRIBUTION OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION ON TEACHER PERFORMANCE THROUGH JOB SATISFACTION Sari, Adny Novita; Sulaiman; Suriansyah, Ahmad
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This study aims to analyze the contribution of emotional intelligence and interpersonal communication to teacher performance through teacher job satisfaction. This research uses quantitative descriptive methods. A sample of 194 people from 377 teachers spread across 13 high schools in Banjarmasin. Data were extracted using a questionnaire that has been valid and reliable and analyzed using Path Analysis. The results showed that: (1) There was a direct contribution between emotional intelligence, interpersonal communication, job satisfaction, and teacher performance (2) There was an indirect contribution between emotional intelligence, interpersonal communication through job satisfaction as an intermediary variable on the performance of teachers at the SMAN Banjarmasin City. This study concludes that significant results are obtained for all variables studied.
THE EFFECT OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING ON PERFORMANCE THROUGH EMPLOYEE JOB PLACEMENT ASSESSMENT Kusnawan, Adi; Dalle, Juhriyansyah; Ahmad, Karyono Ibnu
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Education, training, and assessment of placement are essential for companies, therefore, this research aims to analyze the effect of training on job placement assessment. This emphasized the effect of education; and job placement assessment on employee performance; and also, education on employee performance through job placement assessment. Furthermore, the study was performed on 87 employees of PT. Gunung Limo and PT. Putra Sarana Transborneo, which became the sample size chosen randomly. The data obtained were grouped with the use of a questionnaire and subsequently evaluated using the path analysis. Besides, the result showed some effects of (1) education and (2) training on job placement assessment; (3) education, (4) training and (5) job placement assessment on performance; and also the effect of (6) education and (7) training on the employee?s performance through job placement assessment by a company?s education management unit.  
IMPLEMENTATION OF STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT TOWARDS QUALITY SCHOOLS Sholeh, Habib; Metroyadi; Rizalie, Ahmad Muhyani
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According to studies, strategic management has a significant influence on schools and is considered an essential method used to achieve quality education. The purpose of this research, therefore, is to provide in-depth knowledge of strategic planning, implementation, evaluation, and achievement. This research uses a qualitative multi-site study approach, with data obtained from interviews, observations, and documentation. Furthermore, the sample study was selected through purposive techniques and snowball sampling, with a single case and cross-site used for its analysis. This research shows that schools implemented strategic management to improve its quality following the procedures. Therefore, it is recommended for schools in Muhammadiyah to utilize it in its advancement
THE RELATIONSHIP OF CHEMISTRY TEACHER DELIBERATION (MGMP) ACTIVITIES, AND ACADEMIC SUPERVISION WITH TEACHER PERFORMANCE Panut; Effendi, Rustam; Saleh, Muhammad
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The purpose of this research was to determine the relationship between chemistry Teacher Deliberation (MGMP) activities and academic supervision with performance assessment (PKG). It uses a quantitative approach with descriptive methods and correlation techniques. Data were obtained from a sample of 54 chemistry teachers from all Senior High School in Banjarmasin using a questionnaire that tested for validity and reliability. Data were analyzed to determine the relationship between variables using Pearson product-moment and multiple correlations. The results showed there was a positive relationship between MGMP chemistry activities and performance assessment. There was also a positive relationship between academic supervision and performance assessment, as well as between MGMP activities and academic supervision with performance assessment. There is a need for learning to shift from the teacher to the student center as an implication of adopting the 2013 curriculum.
INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP, PROGRESSIVE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, WORK MOTIVATION, AND THE ASSESSMENT RESULTS OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER COMPETENCY Kristiani, Tutik; Suriansyah, Ahmad; Metroyadi
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The purpose of this research is to describe and analyze the relationship between instructional leadership, progressive professional development, work motivation, and the results of elementary school teacher competency tests. The sample number of 120 was obtained by Proportional Random Sampling from 172 people in 22 schools at Binuang District. Data was collected using questionnaires that had passed validity and reliability tests. It was then analyzed by the product-moment correlation. The results obtained indicated a strong correlation between instructional leadership, continuing professional development, and work motivation about teacher competency test results. This research is expected to enhance teacher development and in further studies to improve education. Furthermore, it could be used by the teachers as an evaluation material, and as feedback for refinement and improvement of their ability and delivery. Also, information from this document could be used by the school principal to foster a good working environment for teachers. With good guidance, teachers would be competent enough to improve the learners? achievement. Additionally, this research provides the education stakeholders information which could be used in decision making to foster the teaching profession to achieve set goals and the quality of learning. And, it could be utilized as a reference document in future researches regarding the same subject matter.
THE INFLUENCE OF PRINCIPAL’S LEADERSHIP STYLE, TEACHER’S COMMITMENT AND WORK SPIRIT ON TEACHER’S PERFORMANCE IN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL IN BANJARBARU CITY Juaini; Aslamiah; Suhaimi
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This study aims to describe the influence of the principal's leadership style, teacher's work commitment, teacher's work spirit, towards the teacher?s performance of junior high school teachers in Banjarbaru City. The sample is determined through the steps of determining the proportional random sampling technique of each member of the sub-population based on the number of schools studied so that a sample of teachers is obtained to study 225 people. The results showed: There was a significant direct effect on the principal's leadership style, the work commitment of teachers to the work spirit of junior high school teachers in Banjarbaru City. There is a significant direct effect of teacher morale, school principal leadership style, and teacher work commitment on the performance and there is a significant indirect effect of the principal's leadership style and teacher's work commitment through the teacher's work enthusiasm on the performance. The result it is expected that they can understand the types of good leadership, and then can be applied in the school environment to provide examples and support for teachers to have a high spirit or work and work commitment in achieving better performance.

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