Character Education for 21st Century Global Citizens : Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Teacher Education and Professional Development (INCOTEPD 2017), October 21-22, 2017, Yogyakarta, Indonesia book cover
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Character Education for 21st Century Global Citizens
Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Teacher Education and Professional Development (INCOTEPD 2017), October 21-22, 2017, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

ISBN 9781138099227
Published October 11, 2018 by Routledge
650 Pages

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Book Description

Character Education for 21st Century Global Citizens contains the papers presented at the 2nd International Conference on Teacher Education and Professional Development (InCoTEPD 2017), Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 20—21 October 2017.

The book covers 7 topics:
1) Values for 21st century global citizens
2) Preparing teachers for integrative values education
3) Teacher professional development for enhanced character education
4) Curriculum/syllabus/lesson plan/learning materials development for integrated values education
5) Developing learning activities/tasks/strategies for character education
6) Assessing student’s character development (values acquisition assessment)
7) Creating/managing conducive school culture to character education.

Table of Contents

Values for 21st century global citizens

Moral and citizenship education in 21st century: The role of parents and the community
W. Veugelers

How to control hate speech and hoaxes: Character language for character citizens
J. Jumanto

Can students develop self-regulated learning through worked examples?
S. Nurhayati, E. Retnowati & Y.A. Alzuhdy

Presenting Indonesian character in English language teaching materials: Is it possible?
S. Sudartini

Questioning western character hegemony in Indonesian aesthetics books
K. Kasiyan

Constructing global citizenship: Kindergarten and primary schoolteachers’ understanding of globalization and education
H. Yulindrasari & S. Susilowati

The seafarers’ characters standard for international shipping industry
W. Pratama, P. Pardjono & H. Sofyan


Preparing teachers for integrated values education

The importance of Halal education in forming the civilized and exemplary global citizen
B. Kartika

Online learning as an innovative model of Teachers’ Professional Development (TPD) in the digital era: A literature review
W. Wuryaningsih, M. Darwin, D.H. Susilastuti & A.C. Pierewan

The practice of early childhood musicality education in Germany
L. Kurniawati

Constraints on the physics practicum for visually impaired students in inclusive junior high schools
J. Arlinwibowo, H. Retnawati & R.G. Pradani

Teachers’ intention to implement instructional innovation: Do attitudes matter?
B. Basikin

The determinants of supervision success for the improvement of educators’ professionalism in the era of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations Economic Community (AEC)
S. Slameto

Teacher competency to design and evaluate the craft and entrepreneurship learning based on the Indonesian national curriculum
E. Mulyani, A. Widiastuti & T. Nurseto

Chances for the Indonesian Qualification Framework (IQF) based recruitment of human resources in the industries and professions as productive teachers of Vocational High Schools (VHS)
B. Kartowagiran, A. Jaedun, H. Retnawati & F. Musyadad


Teacher professional development for enhancing character education

Character-based reflective picture storybook: Improving students’ social self-concept in elementary school
A. Mustadi, S. Suhardi, E.S. Susilaningrum, R. Ummah, P.E. Wijayanti & M. Purwatiningtyas

Perception of pre-service SM3T teachers of access, participation and control: A gender analysis
W. Setyaningrum, L. Nurhayati & K. Komariah

Teacher’s understanding of gaining children’s consent in the research process: A phenomenology approach
L. Lutfatulatifah, V. Adriany & E. Kurniati

The improvement of independent learning through the use of a virtual laboratory in chemistry hybrid learning
J. Ikhsan, K.H. Sugiyarto & D.T. Kurnia

Being professional or humanistic? Teachers’ character dilemmas and the challenge of whether or not to help their students
A. Suryani, S. Soedarso, Z. Muhibbin & U. Arief

Developing picture storybook based on scientific approach through inquiry method
N. Hidayatunnisa & Z.K. Prasetyo

Higher order of thinking skill in chemistry: Is it a character education?
S. Handayani & E. Retnowati

Need analysis for developing a training model for Office Administration Vocational School teachers
M. Muhyadi, S. Sutirman & Rr.C.S.D. Kusuma

Developing a picture storybook based on the scientific approach through project-based learning
L.Y. Nawangsih & Z.K. Prasetyo

The social competence of in-service teacher at inside and outside school communities
S.I. Indriani

Building the nation through the evaluation of the curriculum for teacher education
R. Rosidah

Integrating values in EFL teaching: The voice of student teachers
A. Ashadi

Pancasila education system and religious skills
S. Rochmat

The prevention strategies needed to avoid the negative impacts of using social media and a humanistic approach to character education
S. Nurhayati

Financial well-being among college students: The role of financial literacy and financial coping behavior
R.C. Sari, D. Priantinah & M.N. Aisyah

Building professional characters based on a teacher’s understanding of professionalism
R.E. Kusmaryani, J.R. Siregar, H. Widjaja & R. Jatnika


Curriculum syllabus lesson plan learning materials development for integrated values education

Creative problem solving for improving students’ Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) and characters
E. Apino & H. Retnawati

As linguistics is separated from the literary domain: Questioning the blurred portrait of English language instruction in Indonesian senior high schools
S. Sugirin, K. Kasiyan & S. Sudartini

Developing a picture storybook based on a scientific approach through a problem-based learning method
C. Setyaningrum & H. Rasyid

Development of Indonesian national qualification framework based instruments for a custom-made fashion competence test in universities
E. Budiastuti & W. Widihastuti


Developing learning activities tasks strategies for character education

Study of Indonesian national culture from the civil engineering students’ perspective
P.F. Kaming

The impact of cooperative blended learning on higher order thinking skills using a mobile application
D. Sulisworo, M. Mutammimah & P. Parwiti

Tembang macapat lyrics-based character education learning materials for secondary school students
D.B.P. Setiyadi & P. Haryono

Do ethics education and religious environment mitigate creative accounting?
R.C. Sari, M. Sholihin & D. Ratmono

Enhancing the character of students’ responsibility through context-based chemistry learning in vocational high school
A. Wiyarsi, H. Pratomo & E. Priyambodo

The embedded values of the electronic textbook of Indonesia for primary school students
T. Subekti, K. Saddhono & K.L. Merina

The use of visual cues instruction in school to develop children’s discipline and self-reliance
A. Listiana & A.I. Pratiwi

How undergraduate students of mathematics education perform microteaching with the topic of the incircle and the area of a triangle for grade VIII
M. Marsigit, H. Retnawati & R.K. Ningrum

Mastering 21st-century skills through humanistic mathematics learning
D.B. Widjajanti

Factors influencing students’ performance in solving international mathematics tests
A. Hamidy & J. Jailani

Cultural values-integrated mathematical learning model to develop HOTS and character values
H. Djidu & H. Retnawati

Instilling character values through a local wisdom-based school culture: An Indonesian case study
S. Madya & I. Ishartiwi

Developing an Android application as a medium for mathematics learning and character forming: Needs assessment
N. Fitrokhoerani & H. Retnawati

The teaching of morality through musical elements based on learning models of the Netherlands and Indonesia
K.S. Astuti & A. Widyantoro

A model for development of extracurricular activity-based civic intelligence in primary schools
M. Masrukhi

Individual student planning: Counselors’ strategies for development of academic success in middle-school students
A.R. Kumara, C.P. Bhakti, B. Astuti & Suwardjo

Integration of Javanese characters and chemistry concepts on developing TOKIJO as chemical literacy learning media
S. Purtadi, D. Dina & R.L.P. Sari

A needs assessment for development of a learning set to improve students’ higher-order thinking skills and self-confidence
E. Kurnianingsih & H. Retnawati

Students’ character learning through internalization of character values from wayang figures
B. Nurgiyantoro

Developing young children’s characters using project-based learning
O. Setiasih, E. Syaodih & N.F. Romadona

Cultivating character in junior high school students through the subject of Islamic religious education
M. Marzuki

Revitalization of Banyumas traditional games as media for instilling character
S. Yulisetiani & T. Trianton

Role models in language acquisition and character education
S. Sugirin

Developing social care and hard work characteristics through a service learning program: A case study of a natural resource management course
I.Y. Listyarini & L.D. Handoyo

Design of a learning environment for children’s basic character development
R. Mariyana, A. Listiana & B. Zaman

The effect of science fair integrated with project-based learning on creativity and communication skills
I.D. Tantri & N. Aznam

Water safety as preventive action and for child character behavior development in aquatic learning
E. Susanto

The implementation of integrity values in the elementary schools: Problems and potential solutions
S. Rahmadonna, Suyantiningsih & R.A. Wibowo

Intellectual character in the learning of musical interpretation as an enhancement of 21st-century skills
A.N. Machfauzia

Fostering students’ character of patriotism and critical thinking skills
R. Yo, N. Sudibjo & A. Santoso

Improving character education through industrial ethics using a model of private sector cooperation
M. Khairudin, K.I. Ismara & S. Soeharto

An exercise model to develop the biomotor ability of endurance in teenage martial arts athletes
N.A. Rahman & S. Siswantoyo

Implementation of a work-based learning model to improve work attitudes and learning achievements of students in vocational education
D. Rahdiyanta & A. Asnawi

Culture-based character education in a national character education course
D. Kumalasari

Developing the culture of quality in learning: A case study in Indonesia
A. Ghufron

Character education in Indonesian English as a Foreign Language (EFL) textbooks: Does it still exist?
S.D. Amalia

Profile of student character on discipline behavior and cleanliness culture in higher education
M. Mutaqin

The implementation of a local wisdom-based character education model in primary schools in Bantul, Yogyakarta
R. Rukiyati, L. Hendrowibowo & M. Murtamadji

The strengthening of multicultural values within civic learning: How do teachers make it work?
S. Samsuri & S. Suharno

Character education through innovative literary learning using film-based teaching material
F. Nugrahani & A.I. Alma’ruf


Assessing student’s character development (Values acquisition assessment)

Development of the psychosocial skills scale and its relationship with the negative emotional states of elementary school children
S. Nopembri & Y. Sugiyama

Developing assessment instruments of communication skills for vocational school students
S. Suranto

The implementation of affective domain assessment in elementary school
H. Sujati


Creating managing conducive school culture to character education

Emotional analysis of student drawings of the human figure as an indicator of intelligence
D.A. Febriyanti

Do demographics really affect lecturer performance?
S. Sukirno

The meaning of cleverness: Elementary school students’ perspectives
A. Listiara & D. Rusmawati

Challenges in developing character education at a “risk school” in Yogyakarta, Indonesia
A. Efianingrum

Development of a physics test for 10th graders based on Marzano’s higher-order thinking skills
E. Ermansah & E. Istiyono

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Endah Retnowati has been teaching at Department of Mathematics Education, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia since 2003. Besides teaching, she also conducts research and supervise research students. Her research interests are collaborative learning, problem solving, instructional design and teacher professionalism program. She has published in reputable journals such as Journal of Educational Psychology and Applied Cognitive Psychology. In addition, she is currently an associate editor at a nationally accredited journal namely Cakrawala Pendidikan.

Anik Ghufron is a professor at the Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta with expertise is on designing educational curriculum. His current research interests are on character education and its curriculum. Besides teaching and research, he is also appointed as the head of the institute of educational development and quality assurance at the university. In addition, he is also member of editorial board in the scientific journal series in the university.

Marzuki earned a doctoral degree from the Islamic State University Syarif Hidayatullah, Jakarta, Indonesia, in 2007. He has been an associate professor at the Department of Civic Education, with specialization in Islamic Religious Education. He teaches courses of Islamic Law, Character Education, Religious Morals, Values ​​and Morality, and Development of Values ​​Education in Civics. His current research is on character education development model in university. Previous publication (in Indonesian) are entitled Building the Character of the Indonesian Nation in the Future through Revitalizing Religious Education in Schools (2014) and Islamic Character Education (2015). 

Kasiyan is associate professor in the Department of Fine Arts, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia. He earned his Master and Doctoral degrees on Performing and Fine Arts Studies from Graduate School, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. He has great interests in arts and aesthetics education, cultural studies, and postcolonial studies. He has been editors and reviewers of national journals and presenters in several international conferences. His current position is the secretary of Journal Development Center, Institute of Quality Improvement and Quality Assurance, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Adi Cilik Pierewan is a Lecturer at University Negeri Yogyakarta where he has been a faculty member since 2006. Adi completed his Ph.D. at University of Manchester and his undergraduate studies at Universitas Gadjah Mada. His research interests lie in the area of well-being, survey methodology, secondary data analysis, public policy and social statistical modeling.

Ashadi has been in the English as a Foreign Language teaching business for more than 15 years. He worked wor seven years in a private university before earning his doctorate from the University of Melbourne, Australia in 2014. He is currently back to teaching in the graduate school, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia. His research interests include EFL teacher development, teacher learning, teacher recruitment, teacher appraisal, academic writing and qualitative research.