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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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PARARENTS’ CONSIDERATIONS FACTORS IN CHOOSING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Rizki, Muhammad; Hadi, Sutarto; Sulaiman
Journal of K6, Education and Management Vol. 2 No. 4 (2019): Volume 2 Issue 4
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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
Journal of K6, Education and Management Vol. 2 No. 4 (2019): Volume 2 Issue 4
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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
Journal of K6, Education and Management Vol. 2 No. 4 (2019): Volume 2 Issue 4
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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.
THE COGNITIVE ASPECT DEVELOPMENT OF MATCHING NUMBERS SYMBOLS IN CHILDREN Murni, Seroja; Aslamiah; Rachmayani , Ririanti
Journal of K6, Education and Management Vol. 2 No. 4 (2019): Volume 2 Issue 4
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The learning activity by using the picture and picture, make a matching model uses various goods near the children has an aim to increase the cognitive aspect development of B Group in the Anak Bangsa Marabahan Kindergarten, Marabahan sub-district, Barito Kuala District with 18 students which consist of 6 females and 12 males. The data was collected by observing the teacher, student?s activities, and the development of the study results. The result of this study shows that there are various enhancements in the cognitive aspect development in matching numbers with the number symbol through the combination model of Picture and Picture, Make a Match. The result of the teacher?s activity cycle 1 showed a score of 22, and in cycle IV it got a score of 41. Meanwhile, the students? activity reached up to 50% in cycle 1 and reached 82.63% in cycle IV. The cognitive development result in cycle 1 reached 49.3%, and it reached 91.67% in cycle IV.
THE PRINCIPAL’S LEADERSHIP STYLE IN EMPOWERING EDUCATORS IN SCHOOLS Wibowo, Hendro Nur; Saleh, Muhammad; Effendi, Rustam
Journal of K6, Education and Management Vol. 3 No. 1 (2020): Volume 3 Issue 1
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The purpose of this study is to describe the leadership style of the Principal of Banjarmasin 5 Vocational High School in empowering educators. This is descriptive research. The data collection techniques were triangulation and included interviews, observation, and documentation. The results of this research showed applied leadership style is participative, as evidenced by the involvement of all school members in key aspects such as the school program, joint decision, personal selection and delegation of authority, information disclosure, and communication. The results of this research might be used as a basis for applying leadership styles in other schools.