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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]
  • Flipped Classroom in Life Skill Learning for Students with Special Needs

    • Authors: Wiwik Widajati; Endang Purbaningrum, Siti Mahmudah, Diah Anggraeny
      Abstract: The flipped classroom learning strategy provides opportunities and support for students with special needs to construct knowledge, complete assignments, and learn life skills learning materials in a comfortable, independent atmosphere according to their potential and needs and through various media, including videos, books, and the internet. The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of the flipped classroom on improving the life skills of students with special needs. This research design is one group pre-test-post-test design. The research subjects were students with special needs at the Extraordinary High School in Surabaya. Data collection using performance tests. Data analysis used the Wilcoxon marked level test (match pairs test). The results showed that the life skills of students with special needs after implementing the flipped classroom were better than before learning with the flipped classroom. Based on the results of the analysis of research data with a significance level of 0.05, the results obtained Zh = 2.52 is greater than the Z table value of 1.96 (Zh > Zt). This means that there is an effect of the flipped classroom on the learning outcomes and life skills of special needs students.
      PubDate: Mon, 14 Nov 2022 01:21:18 +070
       
  • The Effectiveness of the OMS (On Social Media) Model in Increasing
           Interest in Further Study

    • Authors: Rudy Suwandono; Endang Pudjiastuti Sartinah, Budi Purwoko
      Abstract: This study discusses the implementation of the OMS (On Social Media) model of treatment in classical guidance services for students with an interest in further study in college. Aims to test the difference in effectiveness between the two treatment groups to increase interest in further study for class XII students at SMA Negeri 1 Bluto. This research is a quantitative study with a Quasy Experimental design, there are a control group and an experimental group. The sample uses purposive sampling, namely students who have a high score for lack of interest in further studies of 60 students who are divided into 2 treatment groups. The research instrument is a questionnaire that has been validated and supported by data sources, namely interviews, observations, and documentation. Data analysis using Paired T-Test, normality test method using Shapiro-Wilk, and homogeneity test using the Test of Homogeneity of Variances. The results of the normality test are normally distributed, which are classified as parametric, the results of the homogeneity test of all groups are homogeneous, while the results of the Paired T-Test test are differences in the increased interest in further studies after receiving treatment compared to before treatment, and the classical guidance treatment of the CSO model is effective in increasing interest in further studies. The use of the CSO model should be recommended as a method of providing services to students.
      PubDate: Mon, 14 Nov 2022 00:55:51 +070
       
  • Contribution of Optimism and Social Support to Resilience Working on
           Thesis of Educational Science Students

    • Authors: Aurelia Andriyaniputri Andriyanto; Ririanti Rachmayanie Jamain, Nina Permatasari
      Abstract: The problem in this research is how to contribute each variable to the resilience of working and whether the two variables of optimism and social support together will contribute to the resilience of working on the thesis. This study aims to analyze the contribution of optimism and social support to the resilience of working on a thesis for the 2016-2017 Faculty of Educational Sciences Students, FKIP ULM. This study uses a quantitative approach with the type of contribution research. The data collection tool uses a questionnaire with a purposive random sampling technique. This research was conducted on students of the Department of Education, FKIP ULM, Class of 2016-2017. The population in this study found 1,307 people, and a sample was obtained using an error rate of 1%, namely 440 students. The data analysis technique used descriptive statistics, simple linear regression, and multiple linear regression. The results showed that there was a positive and significant effect; this means that there is a positive influence made by optimism and social support on the resilience of working on the thesis can be given in this study and so it is possible, valid, and generalized to the population of optimism and social support for resilience. working on a thesis for students of the Department of Education, FKIP ULM. The contribution of optimism and social support to the resilience of doing the thesis is 8.2%.
      PubDate: Mon, 14 Nov 2022 00:29:16 +070
       
  • Experiential Learning as a Classical Guidance Technique to Improve
           Students' Career Understanding

    • Authors: Anik Hermawati Fuad; Moch Nur Salim, Retno Tri Hariastuti
      Abstract: Career understanding is considered very important to prepare professional planning according to talents and interests to determine future job choices. This study aimed to measure the effectiveness of the classical experiential learning method in improving students' career understanding. The research method uses a quantitative approach with an equivalent time series design research design. The study results show that the experiential learning method of classical guidance services is proven effective in increasing students' career understanding. After having a good understanding of careers, students are expected to be able to develop a career plan and choice and be able to realize it in real action.
      PubDate: Mon, 14 Nov 2022 00:06:32 +070
       
  • Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy and Islamic Counseling: Experimental
           Studies to Reduce Students' Pornographic Behavior

    • Authors: Hari Utami Dewi; Budi Purwoko, Najlatun Naqiyah
      Abstract: This study discussed the implementation of REBT group counseling treatment, REBT group counseling, and Islamic counseling, as well as conventional group counseling. Aims to test the difference in effectiveness between the three treatment groups to reduce pornographic behavior for students of SMA Negeri 1 Sumenep. This research was a quantitative study with a Quasy Experimental design, with a control group and an experimental group. The sample used purposive sampling, namely students who had a high pornography score on a pornography scale of 22 students who were divided into 3 treatment groups. The research instrument was a questionnaire validated and supported by data sources, namely interviews, observations, and documentation. Data analysis used Anava, the normality test method using Shapiro-Wilk, and the homogeneity test using the Test of Homogeneity of Variances. The results of the normality test were normally distributed, which were classified as parametric, the results of the homogeneity test of all groups were homogeneous, while the results of the Anova one way were differences in the decrease in pornography behavior after receiving treatment compared to before treatment, and the REBT group counseling treatment and Islamic counseling were more effective than the other two treatments. . So pornographic behavior or deviant or immoral behavior should be reduced by using effective counseling methods and techniques to solve student problems.
      PubDate: Sun, 13 Nov 2022 23:44:31 +070
       
  • Student Academic Stress in Online Lectures During the Covid-19 Pandemic

    • Authors: Arifah Qatrunada; Maghfirotul Lathifah, Sutijono Sutijono
      Abstract: The phenomenon that occurred in March was Covid-19 Pandemic. It requires all activities at home, including the world of lectures. The lectures are currently conducted online, bringing up many obstacles and complaints felt by students, among them excessive demands for assignments, delayed practice, difficulty in understanding and digesting materials, difficulty with website access, signals that must be stable, related to single tuition payments, and internet quotas, so it can make students become stressed, or what is commonly called academic stress. Academic stress is a pressure experienced by individuals related to academic demands, affecting physical, emotional, behavioral, and cognitive conditions. This study aims to find out the academic stress experienced by students in online lectures. This study represents a qualitative, descriptive type of research approach. The instruments used were questionnaires and interviews. The sample in this study amounted to 98 students. The data analysis techniques are data reduction, presentation, and conclusion withdrawal. The results of this study can be inferred that the 2018 Army Students at X University course online experience academic stress with categories high 37 students, medium 60 students, and low 1 student. Therefore, students are expected to be able to control and adjust to online lectures to minimize academic stress.
      PubDate: Sun, 13 Nov 2022 22:58:40 +070
       
 
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