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ISSN : 27749576     EISSN : 27472981     DOI : https://doi.org/10.34306/conferenceseries
ADI International Conference Series (AICS) is open access journal published by Asosiasi Dosen Indonesia. AICS (ADI International Conference Series) is Supported by ADI Publisher & Organized by Pandawan. AICS (ADI International Conference Series) provides media to publish scientific articles from scholars and experts around the world related to the Interdisiplin topics. All URL of published articles will have a digital object identifier (DOI).
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The Role of Ramadan Fasting Values For Character Education of Elementary School Students Kuswara, Kuswara; Sumayana, Yena
Conference Series Vol. 5 No. 10 (2020): ADI International Conference Series
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.34306/conferenceseries.v5i10.188

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This article aims to study the values contained in fasting education for elementary school students. The values of education are the value of religious education, the value of moral education, social education, and cultural education values. Fasting is a religious activity that people Islam as a form of obedience to His God in addition to other services. Ramadan fasting is a refrain from eating, drinking, and having sex and other things that make it clear that fasting will not rise from dawn until sunset during Ramadan. The current phenomenon is increasingly reduced worship activities, tepo seliro, gotong royong, mutual help, and attitudes other positive attitudes such as honesty, discipline, responsibility, and tolerant living in life. Ramadan fasting not only emphasizes refraining from eating and drinking only, but training in improving faith, mental coaching, morality, and understanding the meaning of difference. In elementary school, these grades need to be instilled as a cornerstone of students in their development, especially in the aspects of personality such as: character, behavior, responsibility, discipline, and social spirit.
Gender Role Optimization in Child Protection To Prepare Gold Generations Haryati, Titik
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.34306/conferenceseries.v5i10.189

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The golden generation as the nation's next generation has a strong and strong character for development and national resilience so that parenting in the family involves father and mother as parents and primary educators are also the first in child development as an effort preparing a golden generation requires gender equality and partnerships in families through family management that is physically and mentally healthy. The family as a small community organization has an important role in facilitating and responsible for child development. Fulfilling the basic needs of education and health and welfare is a form of mastery of knowledge and skills through informal education provided by parents. Awareness of education for parents is a priority to increase gender roles, setting up a golden generation. Parents are fathers and mothers who are in an organization small communities use family management to provide child protection by not distinguishing the roles of women and men as responsibilities for children in order to be a golden generation and quality. By nature women give birth so that women as a mother is the person closest to the child because during pregnancy the mother interacts with the child. The child will interact with the mother while in the womb until the process of later birth in childhood and adolescence and even old age. Father as a man inside The household is the leader of the family and the priest in the family has responsibilities economically and with family needs so that the partnership between father and mother is a requirement in family management in creating a healthy family harmony and rochani. Law Number 35 Year 2014 Article 20 reads: “State, Government, Government Region, Community, Family, and Parents or Guardians are obliged and responsible for The 1945 Constitution, articles 27 and 28B, so that gender roles can be optimal and children are ready to be the golden generation.
Phenomenes of Violence Women And Children Rr, Pudentiana; Ngatemi, Ngatemi
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Violence is a term that is full of meaning "suffering", both from the perspective of psychological and legal, in which contained human behavior (person / group of people) that can cause suffering for others, (person / group). This library research aims to find out the phenomenon of violent behavior against women and children who recently - often a topic of conversation in various media due to the frequent various events in Indonesia. In relation to the matter, the importance of profession of Lecturers takes the role and function of the nation concern as well as continues to inspire every individual to be aware of the concepts, terminology of violent behavior, etiology, impact, prevention and prevention at least in the sphere of their respective families before the problem becomes more widespread and complex .
The Role of Tertiary Institutions in Increasing Understanding of The Protection of Child Abuse Laws in Communities in Sukabumi Putri, R.Eriska Ginalita Dwi; Kusumah, Haidan Angga; Mulyanti, Asti Sri
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Violence against children can always occur in situations and conditions at any time and thing this can be caused by conflicts that occur both within the family and community environment. In the family sphere, conflicts usually occur within the household committed by husbands and wives whose effects can lead to an outlet of violence against children that have a negative impact on physical, psychological, mental, which contrary to Law No. 35 of 2014 concerning Child Protection. 1 Likewise, in the community environment, problems often arise violence against children as a result of wrong relationships and the environment of that society itself which is not good, which is done by irresponsible people, namely sexual violence against children. So it needs protection by the state and society, which aims to provide a sense of security to children as victims as well as crack down on the culprit. Higher education as an institution that can spread values the value of kindness and understanding of the enforcement of cases of child abuse and also from the college will produce human resources who have competence to handle cases of child abuse, as well as being able to provide input and improvement of laws and regulations and policies relating to legal protection for children who are victims of violence.
Effects of Internet Use And Reproductive Knowledge Sexual Education in Adolescents in Preventing Sexual Violence Ahma, Deni Nasir; Nasution, Sumiah; Arifin, Muhammad
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Intention of activity of research is to : a. knowing how big the influence of usage of internet to education of sexual at adolescent in preventing action hardness of sexual b. knowing how big influence of knowledge of reproduction to education of sexual at adolescent in preventing action hardness of sexual c. knowing collective influence of usage of internet and knowledge of reproduction to education of sexual at adolescent in preventing action hardness of sexual. Research method which is used in doing activity of research that is a survey method. Sample in research amounts to 100 responder people from 4 senior high school districts of Jagakarsa, Jakarta South. In acquirement of research result by using question instrument to know influence of usage of internet and knowledge of reproduction to education of sexual is adolescent.Technique analyse data descriptively analysis to obtain;get information is there any influence of usage of internet and knowledge of reproduction to education of sexual at adolescent in preventing to act hardness of sexual. Result from research namely a. existence of influence between usage of internet to education of sexual at adolescent in preventing to act hardness of sexual where almost more than 60 % adolescent often use internet and education of sexual of old fellow, society and school share equal to 57%. b. existence of influence between knowledge of reproduction to education of sexual at adolescent in preventing to act hardness of sexual where more than 60 % acquirement of information of the book and internet and education of sexual of old fellow, society and school share equal to 57 c. existence of influence collectively between usage of internet and knowledge of reproduction to education of sexual at adolescent in preventing action hardness of sexual namely equal to more than 50 %. Conclusion : a. Usage of Affect internet education of sexual at adolescent seen from often use and internet of situs which is often used by education of sexual at adolescent both for done from x'self a adolescent and also from outside myself a is adolescent ( old fellow, society and school) in preventing to act hardness of seksual.b. Knowledge of obtained reproduction from various source influence education of sexual at adolescent both for done from x'self a adolescent and also from outside myself a is adolescent ( old fellow, society and school) in preventing to act hardness of sexual. c. Together usage of the internet and knowledge of reproduction influence education of sexuality at adolescence in preventing the hardness of sexuality.
Construction of Liberation Education For Disability of Humanization Joseph, L.S
Conference Series Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020): International Conference on Christian and Inter Religious Studies
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Issues of Liberation Education for children with special needs (Heward), (Wiyani 2014: 2) become a n interesting phenomenon that requires educational innovation. the philosophy of disability christian education innovation is liberation both physically and psychologically, as human beings. Bandhie Delphie (2012: 2) revealed that children with special needs have their own learning characteristics and specificities. Likewise, children with disability at the Leleani PLB school and Pelita Kasih Ambon. They need a pattern of liberation education as a way of humanization. The purpose of this paper is to design liberation education to find patterns of education that free children with disability. The implication is that every child will accept his existence as a free human being, an independent human being, especially a humanist person. The method used to collect and analyze problems based on research data is qualitative with a descriptive approach whose results are dialogue and communication with love and affection. Apart from that conscientization (Freire, 1984: 41) self as a human being. The conclusion of liberation education through dialogue and communication in love and affection and the effort to build self-awareness of children with disability is the design of liberation education for children with disability as a way to discover the human nature of themselves as human beings.
Inter-Religious Paradigm for Prevent Church Exclusivity in Disruptive Era Daido, Silvia
Conference Series Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020): International Conference on Christian and Inter Religious Studies
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Nowadays the public sphere has no boundaries and causes two branch dialogue of exclusiveness. Meanwhile, public spaces in the disruption era forced countries in the world in educational institutions and the socio-cultural values of social life. The Church's problem nowadays is stagnation and strength in maintaining tradition because the church is an organization that is over 75 to 100 years old. The church becomes exclusive by considering its religion as the only true religion and other religions as a way of heresy. Whereas in understanding nationalism in a pluralistic country such as Indonesia, this exclusiveness actually ends in fanaticism that is closed with tolerance. Church exclusivism in the understanding of Christian theology in the midst of religious pluralism often becomes an obstacle to the relationship of civilization in interpreting the pluralism of religions. The model of exclusivism-inclusivism-pluralism or universalism category in ‘acceptance model’ is necessary in teaching education. In higher education, the most effective model is interreligious. If the multireligious model emphasizes the teaching of religions that are descriptive, informative and objective about the doctrines, rituals and history of a particular religion, the inter-religious model goes further by emphasizing aspects of dialogue.
The Impacts of Parental Communication for adolescence at Tarutung District, North Sumatra Indonesia Lumbantobing, Roida
Conference Series Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020): International Conference on Christian and Inter Religious Studies
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This research aims to determine the positive and significant impacts between parental communication and dealing with juvenile delinquency in Hutatoruan VI Village, Tarutung District, North Tapanuli Regency Indonesia in 2019. This research used a descriptive quantitative method. The research population was all adolescents aged 15-17 years with a total number of 110 people and the sample taken was 45% of the total population or 50 adolescents. The results of data analysis show: 1) Relationship test obtained is rcount> rtable of 0.519> 0.297 and tcount> ttable of 4.206> 2.021; 2) Regression equation obtained is xY40,013,21ˆ; 3) Proportion of influence is %946,22r , which means dealing with juvenile delinquency aged 15-17 years in Hutatoruan Village VI Tarutung Subdistrict, North Tapanuli Regency in 2019 is influenced by parental communication of 26.94%; and 4) Hypothesis Test obtained Fcount> Ftable (17.32> 1.51) which means, it can be concluded that Ho is rejected and Ha is accepted.Parental Communication
The Influence of Micro Teaching Implementation for The Field Practicing Students of IAKN Tarutung Simbolon, Rusmauli
Conference Series Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020): International Conference on Christian and Inter Religious Studies
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The purpose of this study was to clarify how much the influence of the implementation of micro teaching for the field practicing students. The research method was descriptive and inferential quantitative research. The population in this study was all 2018 academic students with a total of 210 students with a sample of 63 amount. Data were collected by 33 questionnaire items. The results of the data analysis showed that there was a positive and significant effect of the implementation of micro teaching upon the field practicing students.The research result showed that t-obt = 7,087 t(tabel(=0,05,df=n-2=61) = 0.05, df = n-2 = 61) = 2, Hypothesis testing using the F test of which Fobt > Ftabel is 50.22 > 1.39 thus H0 was rejected and Ha was accepted which means that micro teaching has positive and significant effect upon the Field Practicing students of IAKN Tarutung in academic year of 2017- 2018.
Participation of Christian Higher Education in adults Education from Lecturers Perspective Thoomaszen, Friandry Windisany
Conference Series Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020): International Conference on Christian and Inter Religious Studies
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Lecturers as adult learners have challenges and barriers that are not easy to reach the quality of their personal growth and Christian Higher Education (CHE) as an organization. The study”s purpose is to understand lecturers’ perspectives about the CHE’s participation in adult education. Qualitative research was used in this study. The research subjects numbered 5 lecturers from one of the Christian campuses in Kupang City and were Protestant. Participants come from various gender, ethnic groups, ages, educational backgrounds, and work status of being a lecturer. The result of study find four themes related adults education in CHE, including the lecturer’s; need related formal and non-formal education; lecturer’s perspective about CHE’ participation in adults education; the barriers and cause of CHE’ participation in adults education; and lecturer’s suggestion for CHE to improve in adults education. Most of the five subjects agreed that non-formal education is more needed than formal education. The five subjects have strengths in the curiosity of learning, self-directedness behavior, and self-actualization. The limitation of this study is the lack of research subjects and diverse locations or diverse higher education, then further research can use a quantitative approach to investigate these problems. In conclusion, there are basic suggestions and barriers that CHE needs a lot of improvement about participation in adult education, especially related to growth mindset and grit; servant leader; and the alternative, emergent, organizational model.