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Instrument of Lecturer Performance and Student Activity In the Lecture at Primary School Teacher Education Program Setyawan, Antonius Edy; Wedyawati, Nelly; Warkintin, Warkintin
Journal of Educational Science and Technology (EST) Volume 4 Number 2 August 2018
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Makassar

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The purpose of the study was to develop lecturer performance instruments to measure the ability of lecturers to bring lectures and instruments for student activities while attending the lecture. This study is a research and development (R & D) design developed from the instrument by Rusilowati, which included: (1) needs analysis, (2) determination of indicators and grids, (3) development of questions, (4) expert review, limited trials, field trial (is a cycle activity between review and revision), (5) analysis of trial results and (6) product assembly. The results of the study (1) indicators for lecturer performance instruments were: work ability, initiative in work, work quality, accuracy of work, lecturers’ behavior and appearance, communication and nationalism. (2) indicators for lecture activity instruments: readiness to attend lectures, attendance in lectures and timeliness of completing assignments. (3) the instrument tested on 50 students and lecturers in the Primary School Teacher Education program at STKIP Persada Khatulistiwa Sintang shows that both instruments were valid and reliable. It was concluded that the two instruments can be applied because they were valid and reliable to measure lecturers in bringing lectures and student lecture activities while attending lectures.
Study of Learning Attitudes and Vocabulary Mastery of Short Story Writing Skills Rohmah, Rina Ari; Isharyadi, Ratri
Journal of Educational Science and Technology (EST) Volume 4 Number 2 August 2018
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This research aims to explain how great the contribution of learning attitude and vocabulary mastery towards the short story writing skills ofjunior high school students in Rokan Hulu. This research uses a quantitative approach with a descriptive method and using correlational and regression design. Stratified random sampling technique was done to select the sampel based on high, medium, and low ranking results based on national examination of the SMP2015/2016 of Rokan Hulu. The data of this research is learning attitude scale, mastery of vocabulary score, and short writing skills score.Data were analyzed using a double linear regression test, t-test, F-test, and determinant coefficient formula to determine the contribution of independent variables on the dependent variable, either single or simultaneous. Results of this study that learning attitude and vocabulary mastery either single or simultaneous contribute significantly towards the short story writing skills. Contribution of learning attitudes and vocabulary mastery simultaneously, partial contribution of learning attitudes and vocabulary mastery to the short story writing skills in a row is 36.3%, 27.9% and 31.4%.
The Contribution of Teaching Factory Program Implementation on Work Readiness of Vocational High School Students In Makassar Dewi, Shabrina Syntha; Sudira, Putu
Journal of Educational Science and Technology (EST) Volume 4 Number 2 August 2018
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This study aims to reveal the contribution of teaching factory program implementation on work readiness of Vocational High School (VHS) students in Makassar. The research method used is quantitative approach with causal comparative. The population in this research is the students of VHS class XII in Makassar of academic year 2017/2018 who have carried out the work practice in teaching factory. The sample of 140 students is determined by proportional random sampling technique. Data analysis technique used is descriptive and inferential statistic analysis. The results showed that there is a significant influence between the contribution of teaching factory program implementation on work readiness of vocational high school students in Makassar with a contribution of 34.6%. These results indicate that the implementation of the teaching factory program of vocational high schools should be optimized to improve the work readiness of vocational high school students so that the level of employment of vocational graduates is increasing.
Development of Project-based Blended Learning (PjB2L) Model To Increase Pre-Service Primary Teacher Creativity Wahyudi, Wahyudi; Winanto, Adi
Journal of Educational Science and Technology (EST) Volume 4 Number 2 August 2018
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One of the aims of Indonesian education is to develop the potential of learners to become creative human beings. It takes a creative teacher to meet this need. Not just teaching, but teachers who are able to teach with innovative models, strategies and methods provide an opportunity for students to be skilled from creative products including in the field of mathematics in elementary school (SD). The aim of this research is to develop model to grow pre-service primary teacher students’ creativity in designing the lesson plan. The method used in this research was R&D with ASSURE development model. Product validation was done through an expert’s assessment by using the expert’s validation sheet. Product effectiveness was seen by implementing limited development testing to a particular class with a one group pretest-posttest design and the result was analyzed by using a Paired-Samples T-Test. The result of this research was a project-based e learning model to increase the creativity of pre-service primary teacher college students in designing a lesson plan. The validity of the learning model was proven by the result of the expert assessment in learning (face-to-face and online), material and instructional media. This model is also effectively usable in instructions to produce creative lesson plans for teaching Elementar School Mathematics as it is shown by the difference in the average pretest and posttest scores with sig. (2-tailed) 0,000.
Vocational High School Quality Viewed from Teacher Competencies lolo, Yat Wawan
Journal of Educational Science and Technology (EST) Volume 4 Number 2 August 2018
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ABSTRACTThis study aims to describe the competence of productive teachers of Vocational High School in North Morowali Regency in terms of four teacher competencies. This research is a descriptive study, conducted in four accredited Vocational High Schools in North Morowali District. The respondents were 178 students. Data were collected through documentation and questionnaires. Data were analyzed descriptively by display in the form of data categories and graphs. The results showed: (1) pedagogic competence of teacher equal to 66,76% with high category, professional competence of teacher equal to 77,92% including high category, teacher personality competence equal to 78,66% including high category, teacher social competence equal to 79,82 % including high category.Keywords: teacher, vocational, competence 
Development of Product-Based Job Sheet as Instructional Media in Vocational Education Widyastuti, Rini; Utami, Iga Setia
Journal of Educational Science and Technology (EST) Volume 4 Number 2 August 2018
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The purpose of this research is to produce a product-based job sheet that can be used as an instructional media on practicum activities. In this study also tested the validity of the job sheet developed. The research method used is research development with a 4D model consisting of define, design, development and disseminate. The research instrument used is a validation sheet consisting of content validation, format, and presentation of the job sheet which is analyzed by descriptive analysis technique. The results showed that 1) the product-based job sheet developed was highly valid on the content/content aspects, 2) the product-based job sheet developed valid on the aspect of the format, and 3) the product-based job sheet developed was valid in the presentation aspect. Based on the results of the study can be concluded that the product-based worksheet developed valid for use in Object Oriented Programming subject. 
Developing Childrens Supplementary Literature Book Based On Character Education In Sixth Grade Of Elementary School Oktaviani, Rizka Nur; Subekti, Endah Wening
Journal of Educational Science and Technology (EST) Volume 4 Number 2 August 2018
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This study aimed to develop childrens supplementary literature book based on character education. This study described the process and quality in developing supplementary literature book based on character education. The quality of this book was reviewed based on the product and its use in the classroom. This study used a mixed method of qualitative and quantitative sequential exploratory model and 4D developmental model. The Developmental model consisted of defining, designing, and developing phases. The results showed that development process includes the defining stage by mapping learning needs as a result; the design stage with a draft of the book as aresult; and the development stage with the final model of childrens develop childrens supplementary literature book based on character education as a result. The quality of the book was known to form its component score. All categories were categorized as very eligible. The result of observations was 97% in teacher activity, 93% in teacher response, 95 % student activity, and 96 % in student responses. Based on learning mastery, students learning outcome was more than 72. Therefore, it can be concluded that the developed childrens supplementary literature book based on character education was very feasible to use.

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