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    FAMILY SOCIAL CONTROL TO BULLYING CULTURE IN HIGH SCHOOL

    Karnadi, Karnadi (2017)
    This research goals is to given the descriptive brief about the form of interaction that applied between social agents, especially the senior and junior in High School (SMA). The research itself told about the transmition of bullying culture that happen in some High School in Jakarta, which done by seniors to their juniors. Also, this research will happen to know how the effectiveness of social crime prevention which applied by family agents as a primary social agent that should prevent any f...

    STUDENTS’ QUESTIONS IN INQUIRY-BASED CHEMISTRY CLASSROOMS

    Siew Li, Winnie Sim; Arshad, Mohamad Yusof (2017)
    Questioning plays an important part in the teaching and learning science. Previous research has extensively focused on teachers’ questions compared to students’ questions. Research of students’ questions is vital as it shows how students think and their understanding of a content studied. Hence, this research focuses on students’ questions, types of questions asked and the sequence(s) after students’ question. Twenty three chemistry teachers and their students of national secondary schools we...

    ANALYSIS OF THE ROLE OF TEACHERS AND HEADMASTER IN IMPLEMENTING CURRICULUM 2013

    Iskandar, Iskandar (2016)
    The study was to describe the role of teachers and headmaster in implementing curriculum 2013. The study was a qualitative approach. Research instrument is the researchers our self. Data collecting technique were used deep-interview, participation observation, and documentation. Reseach subjects are headmaster, vice headmaster, teacher, siswa, and school committee members with snowball. Key informan is principal. Research objects are: persons, concept, place, and activities. Verification of d...

    THE EFFECT OF PERSON-ORGANIZATION FIT, JOB SATISFACTION, AND TRUST TOWARD HIGH SCHOOLS’ TEACHERS AFFECTIVE COMMITMENT

    Hamidah, Hamidah; Mukhtar, Mukhnery; Karniati, Neti (2017)
    This study aims to determine the effect of a positive direct independent variables such as: person-organization fit, job satisfaction and trust in the dependent variable is the affective commitment high schools’ teachers in Depok. Studies have been conducted on senior high school teachers in Depok. The method used was a survey with data analysis techniques using path analysis. Respondents are 194 of the total 376 senior high schools’ teachers in Depok. They were selected by random sampling. T...

    MENTORING PRACTICES IN PNU PARTNER SCHOOLS : TOWARDS POLICY CREATION IN CAPACITY BUILDING OF COOPERATING TEACHERS FOR EFFECTIVE MENTORING

    Calamlam, Josephine M; Roy T, Darryl; Palmeiry, Annabelle DC; Santos, Ma. Victoria J Delos (2016)
    The practice of mentoring student teachers seeks the much needed intervention and reform in the preparation of future teacher professionals who will eventually implement the K-12 Curriculum in the Philippines. The present study investigated on the perception of student teachers on the way they were mentored during their practice teaching in the selected partner schools. Additionally, this paper presents the beliefs and practices of cooperating teachers which student teachers perceive to be ef...

    LEARNING ENVIRONMENT, SELF-EFFICACY, AND ATTITUDE IMPACT VOCATIONAL STUDENTS’ ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTION?

    Saptono, Ari; Purwana E.S., Dedi (2016)
    This research aims to examine the impact of learning environment, self-efficacy, and an entrepreneurial attitude towards entrepreneurial intention of Vocational High School students in DKI Jakarta. This study applied survey method with causal approach. Sampling techniques is random cluster sampling stages whose result in sample of 310 respondents. Research data was collected by questionnaires and then analyzed with path analysis. Research results empirically show that: a) Students entrepreneu...

    CLASSICAL TEST THEORY OF INNAPROPRIATE INDEX SCORE’S ACCURACY COMPARISON USING CONFUSION MATRIX ACCURACY PROPORTION IN EDUCATIONAL MEASUREMENT

    Rahayu, Wardani; Wahyudi, Eko (2017)
    The objective of this study is to determine the Donlon Fischer aacuracy method, Jacob and SHL inappropriate score using confusion matrix accuracy proportion. This research was conducted by analyzing secondary data in response to the physics national examination results throughout the West Kalimantan Province in 2012 using 1545 research samples. The sampling of the research is done by using the random sampling technique of 1545 population. The research method is experimental method which is do...

    THE MANAGEMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT IN AR RAIHAN BANDAR LAMPUNG JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL

    Nuraini, Betti (2014)
    This case study portrays the human resources development management in Junior HighSchool Ar Raihan Bandar Lampung. It was designed into five stages, i.e. planning, designing(determining), collecting data, analyzing data, and drawing conclusion. The study found that(1) the selection process the teachers’, librarians’ and laboratory personnels’ recruitment wasnil; (2) the recruitment gave priority only to teachers, counselors, and administrative staff;;(3) the employment of librarians and labor...

    THE EFFECT OF LEADERSHIP STYLES, MANAGERIAL SKILLS AND WORK DISCIPLINE ON THE JOB PERFORMANCE OF PRINCIPALS OF PUBLIC SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS

    Jauhari, Mukmin; Sujanto, Bedjo; Abdullah, Thamrin (2017)
    The objective of this research is to study the effect of leadership styles, managerial skills and work discipline on the job performance of principals of public senior high schools in Jakarta Province. This research used the survey method. The samples of this research were 89 persons selected randomly. The data were analyzed by using descriptive statistics and path analysis in inferential statistics. The results of the research concluded that: leadership styles, managerial skills and work dis...

    THE TRANSFORMATION OF PESANTREN TAHFIDZ AL QUR’AN EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT

    Priyatno, Agus (2017)
    The research purpose is to describe the transformation of education management which focus is on memorizing Al Qur’an in Jawa Tengah. The research is qualitative of ethnographic approach to observe the Pesantren Yanbu’ul Qur’an Arwaniyyah Kudus in Central Java which had been conducted in 2016.Data were collected by a series of observations, in-depth interviews and document analysis and archival research. The uniqueness and the consistency in memorizing Al Qur’an can be clearly seen from a ser...