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Innovative Teaching and Learning Methods in Educational Systems Proceedings of the International Conference on Teacher Education and Professional Development (INCOTEPD 2018), October 28, 2018, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

    262 Pages
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    by Routledge

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    This proceedings volume of InCoTEPD 2018 covers many ideas for handling a wide variety of challenging issues in the field of education. The outstanding ideas dealing with these issues result in innovation of the system. There are many innovation strategies resulting from recent research that are discussed in this book. These strategies will become the best starting points to solve current and future problems.

    This book provides an in-depth coverage of educational innovation developments with an emphasis on educational systems, formal or informal education strategies, learning models, and professional teachers. Indeed, those developments are very important to be explored for obtaining the right way of problem-solving.

    Providing many ideas from the theoretical foundation into the practice, this book is versatile and well organized for an appropriate audience in the field of education. It is an extremely useful reference for students, teachers, professors, practitioners, and government representatives in many countries.

    Table of Contents

    Preface ix

    Organizing Committee xi

    Scientific Committee xiii

    Education System

    Integrating knowledge and skills-based curriculum in TT-TVET through a blended and embedded model: An innovative approach at the faculty of technical and vocational education, Universiti Tun Hussien Onn Malaysia 3
    A.R.A. Razzaq, M.H.B. Amiruddin, M.A. Rohiat & N.B. Razali

    The effectiveness of academic supervision by school principals 12
    S. Darmawanti & H. Usman

    The performance of state elementary school supervisors 18
    R.S. Maulida & H. Usman

    Integrated thematic learning in the 2013 curriculum: Implications for the self-confidence and academic achievement of primary school students 24
    U. Tisngati, C.A. Budiningsih & Sugiman

    The effect of technology literacy and learning environment on student motivation in the educational revolution 4.0 32
    A. Saputri Sukirno, H. Kurniawan & H.D. Hermawan

    Student perceptions of motivational strategies used by junior high school English teachers in Kota Yogyakarta 37
    G. Ambarini & Ashadi

    Study on graduate competence in air-conditioning skills at senior high school with relation to job market competencies 45
    S. Haryadi

    Elementary students’ performance in mathematical reasoning 52
    N. Andrijati, D. Mardapi & H. Retnawati

    Evaluation model of the implementation of a quality management system of electrical skills in vocational high school 59
    I.G.B. Mahendra & G. Wiyono

    Formal & Informal Education

    Strengthening character education through the local wisdom: Indonesian folklore 69
    T.A. Rini & P. Mahanani

    Forming young citizen characters through youth organizations in Indonesia 77
    Wellyana & Marzuki

    Revitalization in vocational training centers for improving the quality of human resources 82
    I.A. Manalu & R. Asnawi

    Learning Models

    Theatrical stage of technology and humans in relation to education 91
    T. Öztürk

    Improving students’ critical thinking abilities in probability problems through problembased learning 97
    Rauzah & Kusnandi

    Cultural map media as an innovation to overcome cognitive learning difficulties in Social studies at elementary school 104
    L. Fatmawati, V.Y. Erviana, D. Hermawati, I. Maryani, M.N. Wangid & A. Mustadi

    Learning innovations in citizenship education for strengthening digital and ecological citizenship 113
    K.E.R. Marsudi & S. Sunarso

    Needs analysis for an electronic module (e-module) in vocational schools 122
    S. Oksa & S. Soenarto

    Analysis of students’ learning readiness in terms of their interest and motivation in achieving students’ critical thinking skills 129
    R. Putri & A. Ghufron

    Study on a test scoring system for vocational secondary schools using Computerized Adaptive Testing (CAT) 135
    F.P. Marsyaly & S. Hadi

    Implementation of basic graphic design learning skills competence of multimedia in SMK Muhammadiyah Wonosari 141
    L.F.A.N.F. Albana & Sujarwo

    Professional Teacher

    Developing video-based learning resources for music teachers in Singapore 151
    A. Bautista, S.L. Chua, J. Wong & C. Tan

    Teacher–student communication style and bullying behavior: Sociometry evaluation 159
    I. Sholekhah, S. Indartono & D.W. Guntoro

    Analysis of students’ mistakes in solving algebra word problems using the Newman Procedure 168
    R. Keumalasari & Turmudi

    Lesson study as an alternative for teacher creativity development in reflecting and improving the quality of learning of the Indonesian language 174
    R.W. Eriyanti

    Lesson study to improve teacher creativity in solving problems of mathematics learning 179
    Y.M. Cholily

    Mapping the innovation of Professional Learning Communities (PLC) in primary schools: A review 184
    P.S. Cholifah & H.I. Oktaviani

    Implementation of snowball drilling learning model on discrete mathematics to improve student’s independence and learning outcomes 190
    L. Novamizanti

    What lecturers know about their role as an agent of learning: Levels of innovativeness in the learning process 197
    A. Ghufron

    Development and quality analysis of a learning media electrical motor installation on the Android platform, for vocational students 201
    B.N. Setyanto & H. Jati

    The readiness of vocational secondary schools on forming working characteristics for industry 4.0 209
    H. Mulyani & I.W. Djatmiko

    The assessment model for competency certification tests 216
    W. Ramadani & D.L.B. Taruno

    Contribution of a teacher competency test to identifying teacher performance in vocational high schools 223
    U. Nursusanto & N. Yuniarti

    Performance in innovative Teacher Professional Development (TPD) in Indonesia: Does gender matter? 231
    Wuryaningsih, M. Darwin, D.H. Susilastuti & A.C. Pierewan

    Needs identification of learning media for people with disabilities 237
    Rizalulhaq & R. Asnawi

    Implementing gamification to improve students’ financial skills in business and management vocational schools 242
    Sukirno, E.M. Sagoro, L.N. Hidayati, Purwanto & D.A.Y Wastari

    Author Index 248


    Endah Retnowati has been teaching at the Department of Mathematics Education, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia since 2003. She earned a M.Ed. and Ph.D in Education from the University of New South Wales, Australia. Besides teaching, she also conducts research and is supervisor of research students. Her research interests are collaborative learning, problem solving, instructional design and teacher professionalism program. She has published in reputable journals such as the Journal of Educational Psychology and Applied Cognitive Psychology. In addition, she is currently an associate editor of the international journal Cakrawala Pendidikan: a journal of education.

    Suprapto has been a Lecturer at the Department of Electronics Engineering, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia since 2005. He received a B.S. degree in 2001, a M.S. degree in 2005, and a Ph.D. degree in 2018 respectively. He published seven papers in international journals and presented at more than seven international conferences for obtaining his Ph.D degree in electrical engineering, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan. His research interests are in the areas of motion-control system, system identification, signal processing, and intelligent systems, including neural network, type-2 fuzzy logic systems, and heuristic algorithms. In 2017, one of his papers received the Best Conference Paper Award on International Conference on Applied System Innovation (IEEE ICASI 2017), Japan. His current research project deals with the intelligent control for batik pattern interpolator using CNC-NURBS. Since 2015, he has become member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). His research papers can be accessed at the address: http://www.researcherid.com/rid/F-9452-2017

    Mohammad Adam Jerusalem received his bachelor degree (2001), master degree (2009) until doctorate degree (2017) all in Industrial Management. To complete his Ph.D. degree in National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, he published four papers in international journals, indexed by Science Citation Index of Web of Science database and he presented five papers at prestigious international conferences. His research is focused on decision analysis, risk analysis, production management, and enterprise management. Since 2002, he joined the Engineering Faculty of Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta as faculty member.

    Kristian Sugiyarto gained his Drs. degree from Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta (UNY), Indonesia in 1978; while appointed to the academic staff of UNY (1978), Kristian undertook M.Sc. program in 1984-1987, and then continued to the Ph.D. program in 1989-1992, both at the Department of Inorganic Chemistry, the School of Chemistry, UNSW, Australia, under the supervision of Prof. H. A. Goodwin. Kristian then undertook a post-doctoral research, again with Prof. H.A. Goodwin, 1995-1997. Several international publications dealing with spin-crossover in iron(II) resulted from the research. Kristian also undertook another six-month research in structural study by EXAFS analysis with Prof. Makoto Kurihara at Shizuoka University and with Prof. Saito, A. at Tokyo Gakugei University, 2002-2003. Recently, Kristian undertook a four-month Academic Recharging Program for doing palladium complex with Prof. Stephen B. Colbran at the School of Chemistry, UNSW, Australia, 2009-2010.

    Wagiran has been teaching at the Department of Mechanical Engineering Education, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia since 2001. He earned his doctoral degree in vocational and technical education in 2010. Besides teaching, he also conducts research and is supervisor of research students. His research interests are teacher competency, teacher education, school efficiency, curriculum for vocational education, and teacher professionalism program. Recently, he gained a role in the Directorate General of Learning and Student Affairs, the Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education, Indonesia, as the curriculum designer and consultant for the national program of teacher education program.