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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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EFFORTS TO DEVELOP SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL ASPECTS IN SHOWING TOLERANCE USING A COMBINATION OF EXPLICIT INSTRUCTION MODEL AND COOPERATIVE LEARNING WITH PLAYING METHOD IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION STUDENT’S Mayasari, Mayasari; Asniwati, Asniwati
Journal of K6, Education and Management Vol. 1 No. 1 (2018): Volume 1 Issue 1
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The result and process of learning of at early childhood education children are still not in accordance with their age and expectation that faced by the low of social-emotional development specifically on tolerance and cooperation in conducting during various teaching and learning activities. In order to solve the problem, this study used the combination of explicit instruction and cooperative learning model with playing method. This research was conducted using qualitative approach with class action research and three times learning class and using instrument to observe of teacher and students? activities. The result indicates that the teacher and children activities improved on the third learning with very good and very active criterion, and children social-emotional aspect develop gradually as expected at the last learning.
DEVELOPING CHILDREN GROSS MOTOR SKILLS THROUGH COMBINATION OF EXPLICIT INSTRUCTION MODEL, ROLE PLAYING MODEL AND JUMP ROPE GAME IN KINDERGARTEN Wahyudi, Mohammad Dani; Sin, Ishak; Fauzana, Eka
Journal of K6, Education and Management Vol. 1 No. 1 (2018): Volume 1 Issue 1
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The main purpose of this research is to develop children gross motor skill in performing physical game regularly. This research applied qualitative approach with classroom action research type that conducted on group B Aisyiyah Kindergarten 31 of Banjarmasin explicit instruction model, role playing model and jump rope game. The result of the research shows teacher?s activities? improvement affecting the children improvement skills in gross motor development.
THE MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATION OF CHARACTER VALUE AT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Sipiana, Sisilia; Suriansyah, Ahmad; Effendi , Rustam
Journal of K6, Education and Management Vol. 2 No. 3 (2019): Volume 2 Issue 3
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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
Journal of K6, Education and Management Vol. 2 No. 3 (2019): Volume 2 Issue 3
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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
Journal of K6, Education and Management Vol. 2 No. 3 (2019): Volume 2 Issue 3
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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
Journal of K6, Education and Management Vol. 2 No. 3 (2019): Volume 2 Issue 3
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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
Journal of K6, Education and Management Vol. 2 No. 3 (2019): Volume 2 Issue 3
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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.
RELATIONSHIP OF INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP, ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE AND TEACHER’S COMMITMENT TO JOB SATISFACTION Harahap, Maya Elizah; Suriansyah, Ahmad; Suhaimi
Journal of K6, Education and Management Vol. 2 No. 4 (2019): Volume 2 Issue 4
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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 EDUCATION AND TRAINING ON PERFORMANCE THROUGH EMPLOYEE JOB PLACEMENT ASSESSMENT Kusnawan, Adi; Dalle, Juhriyansyah; Ahmad, Karyono Ibnu
Journal of K6, Education and Management Vol. 2 No. 3 (2019): Volume 2 Issue 3
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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.  
THE EFFECT OF TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND WORK MOTIVATION ON TEACHER PERFORMANCE THROUGH TEACHER DISCIPLINE Marlina, Dina; Suriansyah, Ahmad; Metroyadi
Journal of K6, Education and Management Vol. 2 No. 4 (2019): Volume 2 Issue 4
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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.