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Psychology, Evaluation, and Technology in Educational Research
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Kontribusi pola asuh orang tua demokratis, kontrol diri, konsep diri terhadap motivasi belajar siswa Komsi, Dwi Noviana; Hambali, IM; Ramli, M
Psychology, Evaluation, and Technology in Educational Research Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (208.829 KB) | DOI: 10.33292/petier.v1i1.21

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Penelitian ini berdasarkan fenomena motivasi belajar siswa yang masuk pada kategori rendah yang dipengaruhi oleh bebrapa faktor seperti; pola asuh orang  tua, konsep diri, serta kontrol diri. Penelitian ini menggunakan rancangan penelitian kuantitatif dengan desain ex-post facto. Sampel dalam penelitian berjumlah 313 siswa yang diambil dari tiga SMA Negeri di Kota Malang (SMA Negeri 4, SMA Negeri 7, SMA Negeri 10) dengan menggunakan  teknik sampel multistage cluster random sampling. Penelitian ini menggunakan analisis data multiple linear /regresi linier berganda. Hasil penelitian ini adalah adanya kontribusi  yang signifikan variabel pola asuh orang tua dan kontrol diri terhadap motivasi belajar. Namun variabel konsep diri tidak berkontribusi secara parsial terhadap motivasi belajar. The contribution of democratic parenting pattern, self-control and self-concept on the students' learning motivationAbstractThis study is based on the phenomenon of student learning motivation that entered in the low category influenced by several factors such as; parenting patterns, self-concept, and self-control. This research uses quantitative research design with ex-post facto design. Samples in the study amounted to 313 students taken from three SMA Negeri in Malang (SMA Negeri 4, SMA Negeri 7, SMA Negeri 10) by using multistage cluster random sampling technique. This study uses multiple linear data analysis / multiple linear regression. The result of this research is the existence of significant contribution of parenting pattern of parents and self control to motivation learn. However, self concept variables do not contribute partially to the motivation to learn.
Science lesson plan evaluation for 7th grade secondary school: A learning process reflection Fithriyyati, Nilia; Maryani, Ika
Psychology, Evaluation, and Technology in Educational Research Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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The study aimed to determine the suitability of the Lesson Plan for 7th grade Secondary School with the Learning Process Standard based on the aspects of planning, implementation, and assessment. The particular research was an evaluation research with the CIPP model (Context, Input, Process, and Product). The lesson plan documents were from five schools implementing the Curriculum 2006 and five schools implementing the Curriculum 2013. The respondents were 10 science teachers of 7th grade and 472 students. Data collection instruments were observation guides, questionnaires, interview guides, and documentation. Data analysis techniques were quantitative and qualitative. The Quantitative data was T-score; meanwhile, qualitative data analyzed descriptively. Lesson Plans with the rules of the Curriculum 2006 and Curriculum 2013 were the main documents in the evaluation. The results showed that (1) the suitability of the science lesson plan using KTSP (curriculum 2006) was in category of adequate suitable and lesson plan using K-13 (curriculum 2013) was in suitable category; (2) the suitability of the implementation of science learning using KTSP and K-13 was in category of adequate suitable; and (3) the suitability of the assessment of science learning using KTSP and K-13 was in category of adequate suitable. Generally, the documents of the science lesson plan were adequate suitable with the Learning Process Standards.
The implementation of total quality management in vocational high schools Rahayuningsih, Retna Sundari; Fajaruddin, Syarief; Manggalasari, Lena Citra
Psychology, Evaluation, and Technology in Educational Research Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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The study aimed to find out the implementation of teachers’ focus on students and the level of students’ satisfaction, the implementation of the involvement of school’s communities, the implementation of teacher service measurement, the implementation of the commitment of school’s communities, and implementation of teacher services improvement. This particular evaluative research used descriptive-quantitative design. The evaluation model was a discrepancy evaluation model. The research sites were Negeri 2 Pengasih State Vocational High School, Negeri 1 Nanggulan Kulon Program State Vocational High School, Ma’arif 1 Wates Kulon Progo Vocational High School and Muhammadiyah 1 Temon Kulon Progo Vocational High School. The subjects of this study were students, teachers, and principals from four schools. The objects of this research were: (1) the implementation of teachers’ focus on students, (2) the implementation of the involvement of school’s communities, (3) the implementation of teacher service measurement, (4) the implementation of the commitment of school’s communities, and (5) the implementation of teacher service improvement. Data collection techniques were observation, document analysis, and questionnaire. Data collection instruments used observation rubric, document analysis sheets, and questionnaire. The level of implementation reported in a percentage which reports a comparison between the averages score and the maximum score. The results of this study showed that the overall average in four vocational high schools were: (1) the level of teacher's focus on students was 81.13% (very good), and the level of students’ satisfaction was 77.69% (students feel satisfied); (2) the level of involvement of school’s communities was 80.28% (good); (3) the level of teacher service measurement was 77.50% (good); (4) the level of the commitment of school’s communities was 79.77% (good); and (5) the level of teacher service improvement was 77.50% (good).Keywords: total quality management, vocational high school
The use of controversial public issues with video and macromedia flash player media in civic education learning Hermawan, Hendra; Samsuri, Samsuri; Kurniawati, Diah Putri; Sofyaningsih, Vinni; Prasetyo, Danang
Psychology, Evaluation, and Technology in Educational Research Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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The study aimed to find out the effect of controversial public issue learning models with video and Macromedia flash player media on students’ critical thinking skills in Civic Education subjects at SMA Negeri 1 Rancah. The particular research was a quasi-experimental research using pretest, posttest control group design. Data analysis techniques used independent t-test and one-way ANOVA test. The results showed that critical thinking skills on students taught using Controversial Public Issues model with video media had a significant effect on the critical thinking ability. This finding might be seen from the one-way ANOVA test results that the Fcount> Ftable (61.146> 3.13) or the p-value is lower than 0.05 (p = 0.000 <0.05) and the gain score. The experimental class 1 obtained a gain score of 0.49 in the category of "medium" effectiveness. The experimental class 2 obtained a gain score of 0.34 in the category of "medium" effectiveness. The control class obtained a gain score of 0.00 in the category of “low".
Online learning from the higher education students’ point of view (Study at a Private University in Central Java Indonesia) Yulia, Hanita; Paseleng, Mila Chrismawati
Psychology, Evaluation, and Technology in Educational Research Vol 3, No 2 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33292/petier.v3i2.79

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Online learning conducted in some university  as a result of the COVID 19 pandemic can be said to be a fairly new learning model. It is necessary to know the students’ perception toward the online learning. Therefore, this quantitative and qualitative descriptive study aimed at describing students’ perceptions of online learning based on their experiences in participating in the online model learning and how the online learning meet their learning needs and expectations. Questionnaires given to 142 students at the Faculty of Information Technology in a private university in Central Java  were used to collect data, besides interviews and focus group discussion also employed for deeper understanding of student experiences in online learning. The results showed that there was a positive response from students towards online learning. The online learning that had been implemented could accommodate most of students’ learning needs and expectations. However, this was strongly influenced by the role of the lecturer in organizing and packaging the online learning. In addition, it required habituation and the ability of students to study independently. The existence of a learning community in online learning was also a factor that can support students’ success in participating at the online learning. Technical problems in form of equipment availability and inadequate internet access were the main obstacles in the implementation of online learning. Hopefully, the research results can be used to improve and develop an effective online learning in higher education in the future.
An evaluation of powerlifting and weightlifting development program Nuruhidin, Ahmad; Putra, Firmansyah; Pamungkas, Okky Indera; Ardiyanto, Hysa; Saputro, Deny Pradana
Psychology, Evaluation, and Technology in Educational Research Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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This study aimed to evaluate the implementation of Powerlifting and Weightlifting Development Program in Padepokan Gajah Lampung. The subjects were 30 persons, consisting of the management, the coaches, and athletes. The research used a CIPP evaluation model (Context, Input, Process, and Product). Data collection techniques were observation, interviews, and documentation. Data analysis techniques were qualitative descriptive analysis. The results showed that generally the evaluation of Powerlifting and Weightlifting Development Program in Padepokan Gajah Lampung was in good category, which described; (1) evaluation the context of development purpose had met the defined criteria, (2) input evaluation which consisted coaches, athlete and supporting facilities and infrastructure such as training qualification, had met the defined criteria standard although the exercise program was not written and reported, (3) evaluation process on the implementation of powerlifting and weightlifting program had run well. In the exercise implementation, there is a clear regular schedule of exercise, and follow the championship either in national or international level, and (4) product evaluation, generally performance, the achievement of weightlifters and powerlifters in Padepokan Gajah Lampung was excellent, which proven by the achievements achieved through national level, Asia and International.
An evaluation of application of information technology and communication of learning science with the theme of solar system Hapsari, Septiana Indri; Sugiyarto, Kristian Handoyo; Kosaka, Naoko
Psychology, Evaluation, and Technology in Educational Research Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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This study aimed to determine (1) the readiness of teacher in applying ICT of science learning, (2) the level according to the application of ICT in the implementation of science learning, (3) the level of completeness of learners after applying ICT in science learning. This evaluation research use the Countenance Stake model that are Antencedent (input), Transaction (process), and Outcomes (output). Respondents involved in this study were Science teachers and students in Junior High School in Yogyakarta that consists of SMPN 5, SMPN 8, SMPN 15, and SMP Pangudi Luhur 1 Yogyakarta.Data collection techniques using purposive sampling using the instrument observation sheets, questionnaires teachers, questionnaires learners interview guidelines and checklist documents RPP. Data were analyzed using a quantitative approach to the t-score, anda qualitative approach descriptively.The results of this study are (1) the preparation of teachers in applying ICT is still not optimal. (2) the suitability of the use of ICT in the learning process quite well, it was shown that on average the suitability of the use of ICT 48,24% at a preliminary stage, 53,21% on core activities. 47,20% at the closing, and 36,74% in the assessment of the range of 56-68%, (3) learning Outcomes are still unsatisfactory ie 62,72% of the normal standard of 70%.
Media for sex education in elementary school: Which one is better? Maharani, Luluk Nandya; Sanyata, Sigit
Psychology, Evaluation, and Technology in Educational Research Vol 1, No 2 (2019)
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In the last decade, the problem of child sexual violence is very prevalent, therefore the need for the application of sex education in elementary school children. This is done to provide knowledge about sex education that is tailored to the stage of child development and to avoid the danger of predators of violence and sexual abuse. Providing knowledge about sex education will be better if there are supporting media in its delivery. Regarding the good media in teaching sex education to elementary school children there are currently two namely electronic and print media. Although there are two media to introduce sex education, but they have not shown maximum results, both media have their advantages and disadvantages. This paper aims to review the literature in the delivery of sex education in elementary schools using electronic and print media. The results or reviews in this discussion are expected to provide information that can be used as a theoretical and methodological basis for further research in the use of sex education delivery media for elementary students.
Validity and reliability of cognitive tests study and development of elementary curriculum using Rasch model Erfan, Muhammad; Maulyda, Mohammad Archi; Ermiana, Ida; Hidayati, Vivi Rachmatul; Widodo, Arif
Psychology, Evaluation, and Technology in Educational Research Vol 3, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33292/petier.v3i1.51

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The instrument for measuring knowledge in the subject of Elementary School Curriculum Study and Development has been created to measure students' understanding of teacher candidates in applying concepts, implications and curriculum development at the elementary school level. In order to make reliable and feasible instrument for measuring students knowledge in the subject of Elementary School Curriculum Study and Development, this study aims to produce empirical evidence about the validity and reliability of test instruments using the Rasch model analysis. The study was conducted by testing 20 items on 142 elementary school teacher candidate at one of the State Universities in the City of Mataram, West Nusa Tenggara. The validity and reliability of the instrument were measured by the Rasch analysis model using the Winstep program. The one-dimensional testing of 20 items has a variance measured at 42.7% which exceeds the minimum points of 40.0% desired by the Rasch model. The reliability index of the respondents was 0.65 and the item reliability index was 0.98. All items show a positive value for Point Measure Correlation (PMC) in terms of item polarity which means there is no conflict between the item and the construct being measured. Outfit Mean Square value also shows that all items that almost all items have an MNSQ Outfit value smaller than 1.5 which means the measurement value can be said to be productive except for item 13 (3.77) and item 16 (3.77). Both of these items need to be re-examined because they have problems in measuring their validity. The results of this study have proven that the knowledge measurement test instrument in the Elementary School Curriculum Study and Development course has validity and reliability values that meet and are empirically feasible to be used in measuring Basic School Curriculum Study and Development knowledge for prospective teacher students.
Stress reduction in thesis completion through peer tutoring method Astuti, Budi; Purnama, Diana Septi; Laksana, Eko Pramudya
Psychology, Evaluation, and Technology in Educational Research Vol 1, No 2 (2019)
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This study aims to reduce stress in the completion of thesis through peer tutoring method in student of the Guidance and Counseling Study Program, UNY. This research is a classroom action research. The research subjects were 70 Guidance and Counseling Study Program students. Sampling techniques used purposive technique. Data collection used stress scale in the completion of thesis and observation guideline. The result of the pretest with the scale of stress in the completion of the thesis obtained a number of 14 students who were given an action. Data analysis technique used quantitative technique. The results showed a decrease in stress level in Guidance and Counseling student through peer tutoring method. This was indicated by the pretest average score of 104.8 (high category). After being given the action in cycle I, the average post test I score was 90.3 (medium category). This means that in cycle I there was a decrease in the average score of 14.5%. Provision of action continued in cycle II with the result of post test II obtained an average score of 72.2 (low category). This means that in cycle II there is a decrease in the average score of 18.1%. The decrease in the average score in the post test I and II obtained a total of 32.6%.

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