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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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RELATIONSHIP OF INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP, ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE AND TEACHER’S COMMITMENT TO JOB SATISFACTION Harahap, Maya Elizah; Suriansyah, Ahmad; Suhaimi
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Teachers are the most important and dominant factor in education because they are educational servants who have a direct relationship with the students and also members of the school organization. Thus, the school principal`s role, conducive school environment, and teacher commitment should be maintained so that the job satisfaction of the teacher is fulfilled. This study aims to analyze the role of a principal, concerning leadership style, the provision of a conducive school environment, and ensuring teachers? commitment, to attain learning satisfaction in public elementary schools. This research was conducted in Tapin Utara District, with a sample of Ninety elementary school teachers selected at random. The analytical method used is the analysis method using the IBM SPSS 20. the results show that there is a direct and indirect relationship between instructional leadership, organizational climate, teacher commitment, and job satisfaction. the principal's leadership is the basis for the job satisfaction achievement for both teachers and staff in the organization, directly and through the organizational climate created and the commitment of each teacher.
THE EFFECT OF TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND WORK MOTIVATION ON TEACHER PERFORMANCE THROUGH TEACHER DISCIPLINE Marlina, Dina; Suriansyah, Ahmad; Metroyadi
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This research describes the transformational leadership behavior, work motivation, teacher performance, and work discipline. It also considers the effect of transformational leadership behavior on work motivation; on work discipline; and teacher performance; effect of work motivation on teacher performance; the effect of work discipline on teacher performance; the effect of transformational leadership on teacher performance through work motivation; as well as the effect of transformational leadership on teacher performance through work discipline. The research uses a quantitative approach with descriptive methods involving a research sample of 105 people. The questionnaire was used as a data collection instrument, while hypotheses were tested using path analysis. Based on the results of the research, there is; a direct effect of transformational leadership on work motivation, work discipline, and teacher performance; a direct effect of work motivation on teacher performance; an indirect effect of transformational leadership on teacher performance through work motivation; as well as an indirect effect of transformational leadership on teacher performance through work discipline. Recommendations are made for teachers to improve performance during the teaching and learning processes, while there is a need for principals to optimize their coaching methods of teachers through improved transformational leadership.
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PRINCIPAL’S LEADERSHIP ROLE, SUBORDINATE MATURITY AND WORK MOTIVATION TOWARDS TEACHER’S DISCIPLINE Nisa, Khoiru; Aslamiah; Suhaimi
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The purpose of this study was to describe and analyze the indirect/direct role of the principal's leadership, subordinate maturity, work motivation, and discipline of teachers. This was a quantitative research with a correlational descriptive design. Data were obtained from 154 people through questionnaires. Furthermore, the data obtained were analyzed to test hypotheses using path analysis with multiple regression methods. The results showed that the Principal's indirect/direct Leadership Role, Subordinate Maturity, work motivation, and work discipline of teachers are in the moderate category. Efforts should be made to increase the level of maturity of subordinates, this can be done by involving low and middle-level teachers in various development programs, such as education and training, seminars, or if it is possible to provide learning tasks to teachers with low and moderate levels of maturity for raise the level of education to increase the maturity of their work
THE RELATION OF WORK MOTIVATION, WORK DISCIPLINE ON TEACHER PERFORMANCE THROUGH TEACHER PROFESSIONAL ATTITUTE Shaleh, Anshari; Suhaimi; Ngadimun
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Teacher performance is an activity in learning which is expected to be able to improve the quality and relevance of education. In the implementation of school, performance is influenced by many factors and interrelated for example work motivation, work discipline, and teacher professional attitude. This research aims to analyze the relationship between work motivation, teachers' professional attitude, discipline, and performance. Data were obtained from 173 elementary school teachers at the district of South Labuan Amas, through questionnaires and analyzed using the path analysis. The result of this research shows that there is a strong relationship between work motivation with teacher professional attitude, performance, and discipline. There is a strong relationship between work motivation with the teacher's performance, discipline, and professional attitude. Furthermore, there is a weak relation between work discipline and the teacher's professional attitude, discipline, and attitude. Advice this research to increase the factors that affect the teacher performance, the school should reward teachers for performance.
MANAGEMENT OF LITERACY CULTURE DEVELOPMENT IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS Maulida, Annisa; Suriansyah, Ahmad; Ngadimun
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The demand for knowledge plays a major role in the reading and writing ability of individuals towards an advanced generation. This study aims to describe the planning, organization, implementation, evaluation, and follow-up of literacy culture at SDN SN Sungai Miai 5 and 7 (National Standardized State Elementary Schools) in Banjarmasin. Data were collected through in-depth interviews, participatory observation, and documentation techniques, with its analysis carried out qualitatively. The results show that both schools have a good literacy culture and work together with residents to achieve the desired goals. It also shows a big influence on the achievements generated by the schools. It is hoped that the results of this study is used as material for consideration in implementing literacy culture development management in other schools.
THE INFLUENCE OF THE PRINCIPAL’S LEADERSHIP ROLE, RELIGIOUS CUSTOMIZATION AND CHARACTER EDUCATION PROGRAMS ON THE WORK CLIMATE IN MADRASAH TSANAWIYAH, BANJARBARU Perdana, Sativa; Ahmad Suriansyah; Ngadimun
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The achievement associated with educational goals is inseparable from a conducive school environment that helps to create a feeling of comfort in educational institutions. This study aimed to determine the role of principal leadership, religious habituation programs, character education, and work climate in Madrasah Tsanawiyah, Banjarbaru City. This was a quantitative study that utilized correlational techniques through path analysis with a total sample of 173 people. Data were collected by using questionnaires that have met the validity and reliability test requirements, with path analysis and multiple regression methods used to test the hypotheses. The results showed that the leadership role of school principals, the religious habituation program, character education, and work climate in madrassas were of high classification. This led to the creation of leadership that was able to advance schools with good characters.
SUPERVISION AND PARTICIPATION IN TEACHERS WORKING GROUP TOWARD THE TEACH-ERS’ PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE Isniwati; Wahdini, Erny; Saleh, Muhammad
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Learning activities cannot be carried out with optimum results in case teachers have professional competence. Academic supervision by the school principals and professional learning community activities are two of the efforts which are conducted to improve teachers? professionalism competence in Indonesia, especially in kindergarten level. This study aims at finding out the effect of school principal supervision and participation of the kindergarten teachers in Teacher Working Group (TWG), a kind of professional learning community, towards the kindergarten teachers? professional competence. There were 57 kindergarten teachers involved in this study. Data of the study were collected through questionnaire. The collected data from the result of the questionnaire were analyzed using multiple regression statistical analysis. Statistically, the results of the study show that academic supervision of quality achievement conducted by the school principals and teachers? participation in TWG have a significant effect on teachers? professional competence. For this reason, the following suggestions are made: (1) It is necessary for teachers to develop a positive mindset about the benefits of academic supervision; (2) teachers also need to actively participate in TWG activities; and (3) school principals needs to be closer to teachers.
PARARENTS’ CONSIDERATIONS FACTORS IN CHOOSING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Rizki, Muhammad; Hadi, Sutarto; Sulaiman
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Parents always want the best for their children based on their abilities, including education. For this reason, the concept of assimilation in accordance with the wishes of parents is very useful for schools in mapping prospective applicants. The purpose of this study is to identify: a) what factors that considered by students? parents in choosing schools and b) which factors are the most dominant for making decisions in determining schools. This research is a descriptive qualitative research with a multi-site design. Data in this study were collected through observation, in-depth interviews, and documentation. The collected data is then analyzed with an interactive data analysis model consisting of three stages, which are: data reduction, data display, and verification or drawing conclusions. The results of this study indicate that a) the mix factors that are considered by parents in choosing a school are: product, price, location, human resources, and process; and b) the dominant factor being considered by parents in choosing schools, which are products, processes, prices, human resources and location, as well as the foundation of the school's religious philosophy and long-standing positive image. This study recommends that schools that want to increase the number of students should make an increase in the dominant factors into consideration for parents in choosing schools for their children.  
IMPLEMENTATION OF DISCIPLINE CHARACTER EDUCATION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD (MUL-TI-SITE STUDY IN TUNAS BANGSA AND AISYIYAH BUSTANUL ATHFAL INTEGRATED EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AT GOLF LANDASAN ULIN) Mahmudah, Laila; Asniwati; Aslamiah
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The research aims to describe and analyze the Planning, Strategy, and Evaluation of the implementation of disciplined character education in Tunas Bangsa Integrated PAUD and Aisyiyah Bustanul Athfal Golf Integrated Course in Ulin. The results showed: Planning involves foundations, principals, teachers, and education personnel, to formulate policies, set regulations, through meetings, involve parents, and be socialized at the beginning of the school year. Referring to the 2013 Curriculum, 9 pillars of character and K4 from IHF, training, are integrated in the implementation of learning. Implementation strategy: socialization of regulations, integrated in every lesson. Through habituation, example, protecting attitude, caring, caring, punishment, rewards (consequences), motivation, and consistency. The constraints to its application are in the family and school environment. Evaluation of school regulations by the Foundation, school principals, teachers and educators by identifying problems, deliberations, gathering information, determining solution criteria (follow-up) according to the school's vision, mission, goals. Evaluation of aspects of learning: observation, checklist, daily notes, anecdotes
DEVELOPING COGNITIVE ABILITY TO MATCHING NUMBERS AND SYMBOL USING A COMBINATION OF MODELS, METHODS, AND MEDIA LEARNING Erviana, Raydesi; Ahmad, Karyono Ibnu; Sari, Nina Permata
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This study aims to determine the activities of teachers, children, and the results of children's cognitive development. The approach used is a qualitative research approach and with the type of classroom action research, which was carried out in 4 meetings, research settings in group A children in Aisyiyah Kindergarten, Kecamatan Satui, Kabupaten Tanah Bumbu, amounting to 15 children. Data collection techniques using observation, documentation and interviews and assessment of aspects of cognitive development. The results showed that the teacher's activity at the 4th meeting with a score of 36 in the category of Very Good. Children's activities at the 4th meeting with a percentage of 87.5% the category is very active and the results of cognitive development at the last meeting reached 84% of children who succeeded by getting «««and ««««. Based on the results of the study it can be concluded that the application of a combination of Picture and picture models, talking sticks, with the method of conversing, demonstration and media card numbers can develop the activities of teachers, children and cognitive development results with very good and very active developing categories.

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