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IJECA (International Journal of Education and Curriculum Application)
ISSN : -     EISSN : 26143380     DOI : 10.31764
IJECA (International Journal of Education and Curriculum Application) is a journal managed by Muhammadiyah University of Mataram, as a forum for scientific publication in the field of Education and Curriculum and its application. The Editorial Team receives the results of studies, research and development in education and curriculum covering education, social, culture, law, politics, religion, health, humanities, applied sciences, technology (ICT), administration, language and linguistics.
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UTAUT: ANALYSIS OF USAGE LEVEL OF ANDROID APPLICATIONS AS LEARNING MEDIA IN INDONESIAN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS Mandailina, Vera; Saddam, Saddam; Ibrahim, Malik; Syaharuddin, Syaharuddin
IJECA (International Journal of Education and Curriculum Application) Vol 2, No 3 (2019): December
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This study aims to analyze the application of android applications as a medium of mathematics learning in Indonesian educational institutions using the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT) method both among teachers in delivering mathematical material and students in experimenting or completing school assignments. The research method used was descriptive quantitative with a four option Likert Scale questionnaire as a research instrument. Surveys were deployed using the Google Form-based Black Box system throughout Indonesia through Social Media. Based on the results of data analysis obtained information that the application of android applications as a learning media for mathematics in Indonesia is still below 50%. The effect of performance expectancy, effort expectancy, and social influence on behavioral intention is illustrated by the regression equation Y1 while facilitating the regression equation Y2 represents conditions and behavioral intention towards use behavior.
AN ASSESSMENT OF LOCAL ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT USING HALAL TOURISM APPROACH: A CASE FROM SEMBALUN DISTRICT EAST LOMBOK, INDONESIA Rahmawati Sushanti, Ima; H. Idris, Mustamin; Widayanti, Baiq Harly; Hirsan, Fariz Primadi; Abdullah, Lukman; Fitri, Intan Savia
IJECA (International Journal of Education and Curriculum Application) 2018: Proceeding of The 1st International Conference on Halal Tourism, Products, and Services 2018
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This study aimed to assess the local economic empowerment based on halal principles in Sembalun, a village within the circumference of Rinjani, the newly-designated world geopark by UNESCO.  The descriptive qualitative method was chosen to analyze the data. The Participatory Rural Appraisal was used as an instrument to identify the expectations of the economy of local community. The study showed that local economic empowerment could be developed in several ways as follows: 1) Halal food initiative through increasing community participation and skills, involving institutions, providing intensive assistance, and increasing the role of community and institution in creating cooperation; 2) Worship facility improvement through increasing quality and maintenance of available worship facilities; 3) Services during Ramadan by improving the community and institutional capacity as well as delivering information to tourism operators and visitors; 4) Supporting facilities upgrading through increasing the numbers of water-friendly toilets both in quantity and quality; 5) Halal activities enrichment by eliminating non-halal activities and promote halal activities only; 6) Privacy leisure facilities and services provision through increasing institutional and community capacity in providing privacy leisure facilities and services as well as developing cooperation with stakeholders.
THE RELATIONSHIP OF CONSUMER PERCEPTION OF MUSLIM STUDENTS ON LABEL FOOD PRODUCTS PACKAGING WITH THEIR PURCHASE DECISION MAKING Rahmawati, Yulia; Muktiarni, Muktiarni
IJECA (International Journal of Education and Curriculum Application) 2018: Proceeding of The 1st International Conference on Halal Tourism, Products, and Services 2018
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This research is motivated by the problems of food technology that has been growing rapidly at today, including the use of ingredients, which is the vital thing to be considered in its preparation. For Muslim community, the problem that arises is the number of food ingredients, both the main raw material and the additive material, which are difficult to trace their origin, whether they are from halal sources or not.  There is also a public perception concerning the clarity or label of halal food products purchased. It would impact the decision purchase of food product. This study used a case method using questionnaire for Moslem students in UPI Department of Culinary Study Program. Correlational analysis was done to find the correlation of conception on label food with purchase decision making. The result shows that there is  a sifnificant correlation between both respondents or consumers? conception on label information of food ingredients and their purchase decision making. This is evident in the correlation which indicates the presence of a significant relation (r=0,546). It could be recomended that in any attempt to produce food, especially in Indonesia, food ingredients in terms of being halal and hygienic should be highly considered; therefore the producers should have a halal certificate of the authorities, which in this case Board of Indonesian Muslim Scholars (MUI).
OPTIMIZING THE MILLENNIAL ROLE IN COMMUNITIES WITH ISLAMIC LEADERSHIP TRAINING Rizqi Hidayat, Muhammad; Ning Safitri, Tulaihah
IJECA (International Journal of Education and Curriculum Application) Vol 2, No 1 (2019): April
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The millennial role in society as an agent of change towards the character of the present age youth who are indifferent to their surroundings as expected by the form of optimizing Islamic youth leadership in their environment. This study discusses how important the character of Islamic leadership in the millennium is now. The study population was youth cadets Sidoarum village in Yogyakarta. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of Islamic leadership training on a millennial character to play a role in society. This type of research is qualitative descriptive with the "Rapid Rural Appraisal" approach. Data collection came from 28 respondents through observation, questionnaire and documentation methods. Data analysis techniques with data reduction, data presentation, and drawing conclusions. The results of this study indicate that: Islamic leadership training has a significant influence of 83% from the previous 67% of Millennial characters to optimize roles in society.
STUDENT PROBLEM SOLVING ANALYSIS BY STEP JOHN DEWEY REVIEWED FROM LEARNING STYLE Kulsum, Ni Ummu; Kristayulita, Kristayulita
IJECA (International Journal of Education and Curriculum Application) Vol 2, No 2 (2019): August
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This research aims to describe the student?s mathematical problem solving based on John Dewey?s step viewed by learning style. The subjects are 2 students with a visual learning style, 2 students with auditory learning style, and a student with kinaesthetic learning. The data was collected through a questionnaire of learning style, the test of mathematics problem solving, interview, and documentation. Then it was analyzed used Milles and Huberman model?s data analyzed technique consist of data reduction, data display, and conclusion (verification). This research shows that: (1) the visual subject confronted the problem by reading the question silently in several times, the subject can?t define the problem correctly, can?t found the right solution so that calculating and the answer is not correct, and can?t test consequences (looking back), (2) the auditory subject confronted the problem with reading the question in several times loudly, the subject can define the problem correctly, can found the right solution so that calculating and the answer correctly, and can?t test consequences (looking back), (3) the kinesthetic subject confronted the problem with reading the question in several times, the subject can?t define the problem correctly, can?t found the right solution so that calculating and the answer is not correct, and can?t test consequences (looking back). 
THE INFLUENCE OF RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS TO PHYSICAL FITNESS LEVEL IN STATE VOCATIONAL SCHOOL Adam, Geo; Resita, Citra
IJECA (International Journal of Education and Curriculum Application) Vol 2, No 3 (2019): December
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The problem in this study is the low level of physical fitness of class X students of SMK Negeri 1 Cikampek. This research aims to know the influence of rhythm gymnastics activity against physical fitness level. This research uses experimental methods with quantitative approach. The population in this research totalled 622 students. Sample research amounted to 29 students with engineering cluster random sampling. The collection of data on research uses of physical fitness test Indonesia. The data were analyzed using t-test with the results of the calculation of t-count of 7.07 compared to t-table 2.16. The results showed that there is the influence of rhythm gymnastics activity against physical fitness level.
VALUES AND SYMBOL OF PUJAWALI (PERANG TOPAT) TRADITION FOR HALAL TOURISM Masniati, Masniati
IJECA (International Journal of Education and Curriculum Application) 2018: Proceeding of The 1st International Conference on Halal Tourism, Products, and Services 2018
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This study investigated the values and symbols within the traditional festival of Pujawali (Perang Topat) in West Lombok village of Lingsar and the relation between the values and symbols and tourism. The ?perang? or war uses ?ketupat? made from rice boiled in plaited coconut leaves as a weapon. The existence of the tradition nowadays becomes more popular. This tradition is not only about local celebration, but more about values and symbols beyond it. This study employed descriptive qualitative method, using interviews, observations and library research as techniques to collect data. The interviewees were the older members of two communities of Hindu and Muslim in Lingsar village. The finding indicated that Pujawali contains values, including historical, religious, and social values, and contains symbols of tolerance, brotherhood, and solidarity. The study suggests that the values and symbol which are represented in the traditional festival reflect the characteristics of Lingsar people?diverse but united.
CASE STUDY: LEARNING DIFFICULTIES OF QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AT BIOLOGY EDUCATION POSTGRADUATE Kristiana, Evi
IJECA (International Journal of Education and Curriculum Application) Vol 3, No 1 (2020): April
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Qualitative research methodology courses become a provision for postgraduate students to carry out research, as one of the three obligations of college. The course is a new subject and most students had never practiced it and had never been familiar with the concepts. The aims of  the study is to analyzed the causes of learning difficulties and solutions carried out by students and by lecturers in qualitative research methodology courses. This study used a qualitative research approach with a case study design. Data were obtained from questionnaires and interviews with 20 postgraduate students of biology education, Universitas Negeri Malang. Data processing consists of: data reduction, data presentation, and making conclusions. The students experienced main problems in understanding the teaching materials used because it was written in English and the methods in various qualitative studies tend to be similar so causing confusion. Various solutions are carried out by students, for example: conducting discussions, compiling concept maps, and conducting qualitative research practices. Supporting lecturers have main difficulty in assessment. Lecturers take advantage of online media to facilitate assessment. The findings of this study provided alternative solutions for lecturers and students who take qualitative research methodology courses in order to minimize the constraints.
WISATA HALAL DALAM DIMENSI KESANTUNAN TINDAK TUTUR Habiburrahman, Habiburrahman; Nurmiwati, Nurmiwati; H.Mus, Akhmad
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Wisata halal  yang umum dikenal selama ini adalah wisata syariah atau wisata religi. Pengertiannya tentu tidak selalu berwisata ke lokasi-lokasi religius seperti makam-makam Walisongo seperti yang selama ini banyak dilakukan orang. Jika wisata religi lebih mengedepankan aspek lokasi atau objek dan sejarah tempat wisata, maka wisata halal lebih mengedepankan aspek pelaku atau wisatawannya. Istilah wisata halal tidak hanya soal berkunjung ke lokasi religius, namun juga ke lokasi-lokasi umum dengan tetap menjaga adab sebagai Muslim dan memberikan fasilitas serta kemudahan bagi para wisatawan Muslim. Sesuai uraian tersebut maka aspek kesantunan tindak tutur sebagai salah satu indikator wisata halal dari aspek kemudahan komunikasi. Bagian tidak terpisahkan lainnya dari wisata halal ini adalah para pemandu wisata yang juga harus menyesuaikan diri dengan para wisatawan Muslim. Dalam komunikasi, kesantunan merupakan aspek penting dalam kehidupan untuk menciptakan komunikasi yang baik di antara pemandu wisata dan wisatawan. Misalnya dengan menjaga adab berkomuniasi, menggunakan pakaian yang sopan sesuai standar Muslim serta tidak lupa mengingatkan waktu beribadah tepat waktu kepada para wisatawan dengan bahasa yang santun. Bentuk kesantunan tindak tutur ini banyak kita temukan dalam sembilan fungsi tindak tutur saat memberikan layanan sebagaimana hasil penelitian yang dilakukan tentang penggunaan kesantunan tindak tutur direktif di kalangan Jamaah Tablig dalam berdakwah, yaitu: (1) fungsi tindak tutur untuk menyatakan ajakan, (2) suruhan, (3) peringatan, (4) seruan, (5) imbauan, (6) persilaan, (7) anjuran, (8) harapan, dan (9) larangan. Pemakaian kesantunan tindak tutur dalam memberikan layanan prima terhadap  para wisatawan dapat diklasifikasikan menjadi dua, yaitu strategi kesantunan positif dan strategi kesantunan negatif. Kedua strategi kesantunan tersebut dapat menjadi indikator wisata halal dari aspek kemudahan komunikasi dengan menjaga adab berkomunikasi dan menciptakan situasi yang nyaman dengan lingkungan yang santun dari masyarakat sekitarnya.
CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION AS A DEMOCRACY LEARNING FOR STUDENTS IN HIGHER EDUCATION Nanggala, Agil
IJECA (International Journal of Education and Curriculum Application) Vol 3, No 1 (2020): April
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Citizenship Education is a form of learning democracy both theoretically and practically because the scientific structure is very supportive in forming democratic and Pancasila students. This study uses a qualitative approach with the method of literature study because it is in the form of an analysis of the concepts and dynamics of Citizenship Education as learning democracy in college students. There are also the results of research, are as follows: 1) The implementation of learning democracy, through Citizenship Education is highly dependent on the curriculum of each college, 2)Contextual learning is very suitable in implementing democational learning through Citizenship Education because it has almost the same characteristics in the object of study learning, 3) As a democracy learning Citizenship Education has a strategic position in the national constitution and curriculum, although tertiary institutions have the authority in preparing their curriculum, the position of Education Citizenship as a compulsory subject is irreplaceable, 4) The importance of creating a democratic atmosphere so that learning objectives can be achieved effectively, because it is not only through an explanation of democratic material, conceptually and theoretically, but in practice, so the integrity of lecturers and students is needed.

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