1st Edition

Emerging Perspectives and Trends in Innovative Technology for Quality Education 4.0 Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Innovation in Education and Pedagogy (ICIEP 2019), October 5, 2019, Jakarta, Indonesia

    274 Pages
    by Routledge

    274 Pages
    by Routledge

    Industrial Revolution 4.0 has dramatically changed the business and social landscape, including human behavior not only in advanced countries but also in emerging countries. Technology development affects many aspects in our society, including education. Distance learning, big data and analytics, artificial intelligent and many digital innovations have been released to improve better quality education in our society. These proceedings provide selected papers/research about innovative digital technology in education and pedagogy in Industrial revolution 4.0 covering issues like: pedagogy, education management, early childhood education, research in education, training and vocational education and social science education, earth science education and art/linguistic education related to digital innovation.

    This book provides details beyond what is possible to be included in an oral presentation and constitute a concise but timely medium for the dissemination of recent research results. It will be invaluable to professionals and academics in the field of education and pedagogy to get an understanding of recent research.

    Organizing committee
    Scientific review committee
    Ideology in the Indonesian President’s speech: Study in the dimension of ontology, epistemology, and axiology; S. Rafiqa
    Improving early childhood education students’ knowledge about culture as the local wisdom; T. Chandrawati
    Role of religious value education based on IPS learning to build social intelligence; Siswandi, S. Al-Muchtar, E. Malihah & H. Sjamsuddin
    Students’ perception of Open University of Indonesia online tutorial; Prayekti
    The Baumatahutn traditional values of Dayak Kanayatn communities in implementing social studies based on ethnopedagogy; S. Bahri, Hemafitria & E.T. Lestari
    Perception of kindergarten teachers on the utilization of traditional games in learning in West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia; S. Tatminingsih
    A self-regulated learning process to enhancement of student teachers’ education in Indonesia: A qualitative approach; A.D.J. Suhandoko
    To reach the unreached: Online learning to improve early childhood education teachers’ competencies in the digital Era; D.R. Jovanka
    Reflective practice teacher education: Constraints at Universitas Terbuka; I. Rokhiyah
    Student satisfaction in academic services, teaching materials, online tutorials, and practicum at the department of biology education in Open University; G. Nurdin, K. Iryani & A. Ratnaningsih
    Measuring a culture-based teachers education and training program’s effectiveness: Implications for physics teachers’ PCK; I.P. Soko & Y. Sudarso
    Developing mathematical disposition of 8th grade students through MEAs strategy; E. Wahyuningrum & Y.S. Kusumah
    Writing language ability of indonesian education program student in Universitas Terbuka; E. Rusyana
    The relationship of parents’ psychosocial stimulation with multiple intelligence level of kindergarten children, age 5–6 years; D. Novita
    Using GeoEnZo software in geometry to teach Primary School Teacher (PST) students; I. Novianti
    Development of mobile learning with constructive models in trigonometry material at senior high school 8 in Semarang; Nurmawati & P. Tetralian Bantining Ngastiti
    Assessment of critical education concepts in the perspective of Islamic education; S. Idris, Tabrani Z.A., F.S. Ismail & Amsori
    Enhancing learners’ speaking skills by using multimedia: An online learning perspective; L.S. Ardiasih & Juhana
    The impact of online games on language aggression behavior of adolescents in warnet; R. Sa’diyah & A. Kusmawati
    Gender differences in academic stress among psychology students; D.K. Dewi & I.E.P. Ningsih
    Conceptual framework used to improve the problem solving integration for kindergarten children; Nuraida, F. Jalal & Rusmono
    Code-switching in Whatsapp group of Indonesian Participating Youth (IPY) 37; I.T. Yunianika
    Development of interactive whiteboard media using Realistic Mathematics Education models in early childhood; E. Kurniasih & L.R. Masduki
    Education from the urban marginal society’s perspective; N.W. Wardhani, A.T.S. Priyanto, E. Handoyo, M.H. Susanti & S. Narimo
    Reconstruction of creative movement to instill good character in kindergarten children; S. Aisyah, T. Chandrawati, D. Novita & P.A. Antara
    The utilization of cow dung as a biogas fuel in Cibiru Wetan, Bandung; M. Sudirman, A.S. Hendrayana, N. Setiana & R.D. Suwardi
    Implementation of School-Based Management in SMP Negeri 1 Bantul; Wartomo
    Exploratory Factor Analysis of the HEdPERF’s scales on Balikpapan State Polytechnic; S. Ghozi, A.A. Rakim & Mahfud
    Is financial education needed in elementary school?; D.S. Puspitarona, I. Abdulhak & Rusman
    Management of practical courses in the early childhood study program: Challenges for Open University of Indonesia; Marisa, T. Chandrawati & D. Novita
    Use of interactive video program base on a problem-based learning approach in Universitas Terbuka; S. Prabowo & Andayani
    Target situation analysis of writing for academic purposes in Indonesiantertiary education: Users’ insight; A. Yundayani & D. Kardijan
    Pushing toward internationalization of higher education: Challenges for a newcomer; S. Hadianti & B. Arisandi
    Utilization of digital teaching materials from internet networks to increase student motivation in learning science; H. Khotimah, N. Hidayat, Y. Supriyati & A. Supena
    Parenting in the digital era: Dealing with the impact of technological developments on children’s moral development; A.N. Izzati, L.S. Ardiasih & A. Yundayani
    Audio visual media versus games media on mastery of English vocabulary for elementary school student; D.S. Bimo & M.Y. Rensi
    Students’ instructional success: A foundation of psychology perspective; W.A. Surasmi, Dwikoranto, A.F. Ali & A. Rachman
    Intensive communication with parents key to success in handling autism in children: A case study in parental affection for autistic patients in Bogor; S. Nawati
    Distance learners’ readiness for online final examinations; Y. Sukarsih & S.D. Antoro
    Challenges in implementing a curriculum: A case study of SD Negeri Pudjokusuman 1 teachers; M. Handayani & A.H. Saputra
    Student perceptions of face-to-face tutorials in Handling Children with Special Needs (HCSN) classes in Universitas Terbuka (UT); M. Amini
    Distance learning skills training (PKBJJ) for students; A. Prastya, D. Restia & Stefani
    Development of educational traffic signs game based on android for elementary school students; A. Rachman, D.A. Fatimah, H. Nugroho, Sulistyowati, W. Widodo & W.A. Surasmi
    The benefits of Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) training for improvement of students’ SRL; U. Rahayu, A. Sapriati & Y. Sudarso
    Initial research on online-enriched microteaching in higher teacher’s open and distance education; U. Kusmawan, S. Sumiyati & D.R. Jovanka
    Students’ perceptions of learning media video blogs in online tutorials; B. Muflikah, Y. Suharno & V.A. Kusuma
    Reality and public perception of the implementation of Islamic sharia laws in Banda Acèh; A. Manan, Gunawan & Muhibbuthabry
    Improving children’s emotional intelligence through cooperative learning methods; S. Sukatmi
    Construction of Islamic education in the education system in Indonesia; Hayati, Tabrani Z.A., Syahril, S. Idris & R. Murziqin
    The local governance system based on the special autonomy law in Indonesia; M.N. Umar, R. Murziqin, Baihaqi As, Sanusi, F. Andriyadi, Sulaiman, Syahril & Z.A. Tabrani
    Behavior of millennials in using the internet for learning; J. Warsihna
    Employers’ response to chemistry education graduates of Universitas Terbuka; S.S. Adji, S. Hamda & Jamaludin
    The use of hypermedia for Indonesian language learning in distance education; B. Pratiwi
    Social behavior of students in the “seize the ball” game; U.Z. Mikdar & R. Sugiyanto
    Assessment of practical work in the biology education program, distance education; A. Sapriati, M. Sekarwinahyu, U. Rahayu & S. Suroyo
    Are digital books in android applications and web-based virtual books effective for distance learning? A lesson from Universitas Terbuka Indonesia; Y. Riady
    The effect of learning style and motivation on students’ learning achievement at UPBJJ-UT Makassar (study on undergraduate public administration students); Jamil & N. Aliah
    Bubbl.us: A digital mind-mapping tool to promote a mobile-based technology approach in writing courses; R.A. Karim, M.H.M. Tahir, A.H.M. Adnan, N. Idris, I. Ismail & A.G. Abu
    Effects of constructivist learning on inductive reasoning ability and attitude towards mathematics; Yumiati & S. Haji
    Engagement and convergence: Leadership for a world-class education in mathematics and technology; P.S. Moyer-Packenham
    Education 4.0 and intercultural understanding: Perspectives from Australia and Indonesia; R. Reynolds
    Culture and local wisdom in the global era: The importance of meaningful learning; S.A. Sayuti
    Author index


    Prof. Udan Kusmawan, M.A., Ph.D. is currently the Dean of Faculty of Teacher Training and Education in Universitas Terbuka, Indonesia. He was the committee chair of the International Conference on Innovation in Education and Pedagogy in 2019. His educational background is chemical education and curriculum. His research interests are primarily in curriculum and education, learning and teaching pedagogy, e-learning, online micro learning, and collaborative learning and teaching.

    Dr. Siti Aisyah, M.Pd. is Vice Dean of the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education for cooperation and students affair. Her educational background is in Early Childhood Education. Her research interests are early childhood education, education in multicultural settings, children’s critical thinking, children’s cognitive and language development, children’s creativity, education, teaching, and learning.

    Dra. Isti Rokhiyah, M.A., Ph.D. is the Vice Dean of the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education for General and Financial Affairs. Her educational background is in biological education. Her research interests are mostly in biological education, primary education, science practice in primary school.

    Dra. Andayani, M.Ed. is a lecturer at the Elementary Teacher Education Program in the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education. Her background is in primary education. Her research interests are mostly in the primary education area, learning in multigrade settings, teaching clinics, e-learning, teaching, and learning.

    Della Raymena Jovanka, S.Pd., M.Si. is a lecturer at the Early Childhood Teacher Education Program in the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education. Her research interests are in early childhood development, the theory of mind, classroom action research, teaching and learning, teacher professional development, learning clinics, e-learning.

    Dr. Dodi Sukmayadi, M.Sc., Ed. is the Vice Dean of the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education for Academic Affairs. His educational background is in Physics Education. His research interests are philosophy in education, physics education, virtual teaching clinics, laboratory activities in educational settings.