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Nusantara of Research: Jurnal Hasil-hasil Penelitian Universitas Nusantara PGRI Kediri
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ISSN (Print) 2579-3063 - ISSN (Online) 2355-7249
Published by Universitas Nusantara PGRI Kediri Homepage  [1 journal]
  • Longitudinal Study: Stability and Changes in Career Interest in Male and
           Female Students

    • Authors: Mudhar Mudhar; Aisyah Aisyah, Elia Firda Mufidah, Dwi Nastiti
      Abstract: Changes in career interests last until they find a career field that is considered according to their potential and competence. Early adolescence is a time of searching, so their career interests are still changing. This study was conducted to determine changes in career interest in male and female students. The longitudinal study was conducted with two measurements, namely at the beginning of junior high school (grade VII) and at the end of school in junior high school (grade IX). The participants were 169 students consisting of 108 girls and 61 boys. The instrument used is RMIB (Rothwell Miller Interest Blank). Data analysis uses quantitative descriptive analysis to see changes in career interests that occur in each student. The results showed that there were 67.55% of students whose career interests changed or were not stable. More male students have stable career interests than female students. For male students, there are 49.18% of students whose interests are stable, while for female students, there are only 23.15% of students who are stable.
      PubDate: Mon, 01 Aug 2022 00:22:58 +070
  • Development of Ajian Jaran Goyang Game Media to Improve Junior High School
           Students' Self-Efficacy

    • Authors: Putri Ayuningtyas; Rosalia Dewi Nawantara, Nora Yuniar Setyaputri
      Abstract: The current field phenomenon says that some junior high school-age children in the Grogol Kediri area are less able to choose something suitable for themselves because they do not understand the importance of self-efficacy. Therefore, the role of the guidance and counseling teacher is very important in today's conditions to provide service through the media. The media can use the favorite traditional arts of Kediri teenagers, namely Jaranan art. This media can be called the game media "Ajian Jaran Goyang" with tools including jaran kepang, track boards, movement cards, udeng, development questions, and guidebooks. This study uses the Borg & Gall R&D model and to produce media that can be accepted theoretically and practically. The research is currently entering its fourth stage, namely the expert test with a score of 72, the media development expert test with a score of 72, and the user trial with a score of 69.5. Based on these results, it can be concluded that the media game "Ajian Jaran Goyang" can be accepted theoretically with a very appropriate category to use to improve the self-efficacy of junior high school students through the noble meaning of the art of jaranan.
      PubDate: Mon, 01 Aug 2022 00:04:05 +070
  • Evaluation of the CIPP Model Program at the Student Counseling Institute
           of UIN Fatmawati Sukarno Bengkulu

    • Authors: Muhammad Nikman Naser
      Abstract: This study aimed to determine the application of the student counseling service program at the Student Counseling Institute of the Syariah Faculty of UIN FAS Bengkulu in terms of the CIPP evaluation model (Context, Input, Process, and product).
      This study is evaluative research with mixed research methods. Data sources The research is 1 Internal Supervisory Unit, 1 Dean, 5 Consultants, and 60 students. Data collection methods use interviews, questionnaires, and documentation. Data analysis uses qualitative data analysis techniques and percentage descriptive data analysis. The results show that the evaluation results on the context component, input, and the process is in the good enough category while the product component is in a good category. The conclusion from this study is that the evaluation of the implementation of the student counseling program with the CIPP evaluation model is fairly good.
      PubDate: Sun, 31 Jul 2022 23:49:09 +070
  • Implementation of Freedom to learn for Counselors

    • Authors: Eny Kusumawati; Anita Dewi Astuti
      Abstract: Merdeka Belajar (Freedom to learn) is an idea launched by Nadiem Makarim, the Minister of Education and Culture, to produce superior human resources with character education. Merdeka Belajar is expected to be able to create individuals who are critical, creative, collaborative, and skilled. The purpose of this study is to provide an overview of the implementation of the principle of Merdeka Belajar for prospective counselors to increase their scientific repertoire of prospective counselors. This study uses a descriptive approach by using literature study by processing and collecting research materials in the form of library information that can be obtained from books or journals. The stages are as follows: 1) plan the topic to be studied; 2) Searching for library sources that are relevant to the study and select materials from various appropriate library sources; 3) The information obtained from the study material is then used as a reference in conducting discussions and conclusions. The study results indicate that it is important for counselors and prospective counselors to apply the right learning model to the principles of independent learning. It is hoped that counselors and prospective counselors can answer the challenges in the future.
      PubDate: Sun, 31 Jul 2022 21:57:07 +070
  • Self-Regulation of Online Learning During the Covid-19 Pandemic

    • Authors: Titin Kholisna; Siti Fatimah
      Abstract: Self-regulation online learning (SRoL) is an internally proactive process for students to achieve online lectures during the Covid-19 pandemic. The purpose of this study was to describe the conditions of student lectures during the pandemic that changed their learning regulations and how the achievements were. This research method uses a descriptive quantitative approach by taking random sampling techniques on students who are active in online lectures. The description of the results of this study explains that the highest achievement of the response to self-regulation online learning (SRoL) includes six indicators, namely the first goal setting shows that 57.1% of students can make learning strategies well. The second indicator of environment structuring is how they manage the environment in a conducive way, which responded to 35.7%. The third indicator of task management was responded to by 7.1%, and the fourth indicator for time management explained that 32.9% of students could manage their time. The fifth is help-seeking, namely asking for help from friends 80.1% in doing assignments or needing understanding. The sixth self-evaluation was responded to by 44.3%, namely students evaluating learning outcomes with learning outcomes. This data shows that the achievement of lectures carried out with the online system does not guarantee maximum effort even though they can access lecture assignments more easily with the internet network.
      PubDate: Sun, 31 Jul 2022 20:48:50 +070
  • Implementation of Solution-Focus Brief Counseling (SFBC) to Improve
           Student Collaboration Ability

    • Authors: Amelia Atika; Hastiani Hastiani
      Abstract: The research aims to produce a solution focus brief counseling (SFBC) guide to improve the cooperative ability of guidance and counseling students. The focus of the problem in this research is to improve the cooperation ability of IKIP-PGRI Pontianak students. The approach uses Classroom Action Research (CAR) through two cycles. Assessment of student collaboration aspects in applying SFBC guidelines to improve student collaboration skills. Assessment of aspects of student cooperation in implementing the SFBC guide uses observation guidelines while indicators include communication, coordination, contribution, tolerance, responsibility, and motivation. The results showed that the SFBC guide could improve students' collaboration skills. The acquisition of cooperation indicators in each cycle is classified as "Good" and "Very Good" for the average acquisition of each cycle. SFBC guidelines to improve student collaboration skills consist of Rationale, implementation objectives, implementation, SFBC therapy techniques, evaluation, and follow-up. After implementing the SFBC guidelines, it can be concluded that the SFBC guidelines can be used to improve student collaboration skills.
      PubDate: Sun, 31 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +070
  • Innovative Media Mapping in Online Guidance and Counseling Services

    • Authors: Agus Triyanto; Septinda Rima Dewanti, Widya Juwita Sari
      Abstract: Online learning is facing an obstacle caused mainly by a lack of students learning interests. The situation is worsening caused by only a few creative learning media in online education. The study aims to map the kinds of innovative media in guidance and counseling delivery. The research used mix method. The research activities are surveys and in-depth interviews. The number of the subject was ninety-four school counselors in senior high school. The result of the study is a map that shows the classification of media based on its characteristics. The study also describes the constraints faced by the teacher in school while developing and applying innovative learning media. The limitations are mainly caused by the availability of computer and internet connections in schools. Another constraint is that many school counselors cannot use technology to develop interactive guidance and counseling media. The recommendation from this study is to equip the school's counselors with computers and other tools and build their skills to use technology effectively.
      PubDate: Sun, 03 Jul 2022 06:38:42 +070
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