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Vol.7, No.2 | April issue 2021


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Nekopely, Yetrie Ludang, Holten Sion, Wawan Kartiwa, Vera Amelia, U.Z. Mikdar
Comparison of elementary school student learning outcomes between urban and rural environment
Abstract

Students with urban and rural social backgrounds, who are in the same educational institution, elementary school, allow students to show different learning outcomes. This is due to the influence of their respective social behavior and habits, in their social implications. Students with urban social backgrounds seen from a more advanced social, economic and cultural life, with the complete facilities provided, are very supportive of the student learning process, this is illustrated from everyday life. Meanwhile, rural social life that appears to be routine habits, simple social actions, and lack of knowledge of technology and other supporting facilities for progress; therefore, the attitude of passively accepting the state of nature is still evident. Such conditions, which geographically within the scope of their regional boundaries, in different social institutions, need proper attention and management, so that they can have the opportunity to advance together.
Keywords: elementary school, student, urban, rural, outcomes

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Nekopely, Yetrie Ludang, Holten Sion, Wawan Kartiwa, Vera Amelia, U.Z. Mikdar. Comparison of elementary school student learning outcomes between urban and rural environment. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(2)2021, 7-19.
Parada, Yetrie Ludang, Holten Sion, Eddy Lion, Luluk Tri Harinie, Betrixia Barbara
Management of education infrastructure in Katingan district elementary schools
Abstract

Educational facilities and infrastructure are all facilities used in the learning process, both mobile and immobile, so that the achievement of educational goals runs smoothly, regularly, effectively and efficiently. School facilities and infrastructure will provide optimal benefits to students and teachers if their management is good. The management of facilities and infrastructure has to be carried out properly, services to all school members will increase in quality. Therefore, the management of facilities and infrastructure must be guided by existing references and practical problems faced by students and teachers. Headmaster is responsible for the existence of school facilities and infrastructure because it is directly related to the learning process in the school, while the manager is responsible for the organization and management of educational facilities and infrastructure. In order for the facilities and infrastructure to function optimally, it is necessary to manage both the management of buildings and equipment in schools.
Keywords: facilities, infrastructure, management, education, elementary school

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Parada, Yetrie Ludang, Holten Sion, Eddy Lion, Luluk Tri Harinie, Betrixia Barbara. Management of education infrastructure in Katingan district elementary schools. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(2)2021, 20-32.
Muhran, Holten Sion, Sri Endang Mugi Rahayu, Netto W.S. Rahan, Kuswari, Abdul Rahman Azahari
Problem solving methods influencing mathematics learning outcomes of elementary school students in Palangka Raya
Abstract

The problem-solving method has advantages, especially it can make school education more relevant to life, the teaching and learning process through problem-solving can accustom students to face and solve problems skillfully. This method stimulates the development of students' thinking abilities creatively and thoroughly because in the learning process students do a lot of mental action by highlighting problems from various aspects to find solutions. The application of the problem-solving method makes students more skilled in solving problems related to math problems. Problem-solving methods will also help students understand because they relate to everyday life. Students can also practice their numeracy skills based on correct mathematical concepts when solving problems because students learn based on a systematic process. Also, students are facilitated to work together in groups and respect other people's opinions when solving problems, and foster motivation to learn. Problem-solving methods can have a significant effect on student mathematics learning outcomes.
Keywords: problem solving, method, student, mathematics learning, outcomes

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Muhran, Holten Sion, Sri Endang Mugi Rahayu, Netto W.S. Rahan, Kuswari, Abdul Rahman Azahari. Problem solving methods influencing mathematics learning outcomes of elementary school students in Palangka Raya. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(2)2021, 33-43.
Abdurrahman Kepoğlu, Mehmet Bayansalduz
Cell production system in production management in recreation facilities
Abstract

Our study presents a holistic method prepared according to the principles of axiomatic design (AD) for designers who want to transform a functionally placed production system into a production system consisting of cells. This method, developed according to the axiom of independence, systematically provides all the steps in the cellular production system transformation process. It also includes the feedback system that enables the evaluation and development of the cellular production system according to the determined performance criteria. The method is specifically designed for a recreation business that produces a trekking product in an indoor/outdoor area. The developments obtained as a result of the application are also shown within the scope of the study.
Keywords: Axiomatic design, cellular production, recreation business

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Abdurrahman Kepoğlu, Mehmet Bayansalduz. Cell production system in production management in recreation facilities. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(2)2021, 44-62.
Hardani, Holten Sion, Yetrie Ludang, Netto W.S. Rahan, Firlianty, Kuswari
Student's learning interest and the role of parents on student learning outcomes in Palangka Raya elementary school
Abstract

Two factors affect learning outcomes, namely internal and extraneous factors. Internal factors are within the person who learns including health, intelligence, and talents, interest, and motivation. External factors are from outside includes the family environment, school, community, and the environment. These factors interact with each other in achieving student learning outcomes and also support the success of students in learning. The role of parents is very important in education because education is first and foremost starting from the family environment and parents are the main key to the occurrence of education in the family itself. Therefore, to produce high-achieving students, a teacher must be able to synergize all of the above factors in classroom learning.
Keywords: learning, interest, outcomes, student, parents, teacher

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Hardani, Holten Sion, Yetrie Ludang, Netto W.S. Rahan, Firlianty, Kuswari. Student's learning interest and the role of parents on student learning outcomes in Palangka Raya elementary school. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(2)2021, 63-75.
Darsono, Holten Sion, Wahyu Edy Setiawan, Kuswari, Sri Roehetin, Netto W.S. Rahan
Teacher capability and student motivation determine learning achievement in elementary schools in North Barito Regency
Abstract

Teacher plays a major role in the teaching and learning process, and determine the success of students. Therefore, teachers need to increase their competence in carrying out the teaching and learning activities, take a more intense approach to students who are still considered to need guidance in understanding material that is considered difficult. These teacher factors must be accompanied by student performance, which is reflected in achievement. Learning is more emphasized in the process of activities and the learning process is more emphasized in the learning outcomes achieved by students. Therefore, learning achievement is an actual ability that can be measured and is in the form of mastery of knowledge, attitudes, skills, and values achieved by students as a result of the teaching and learning process at school.
Keywords: teacher, capability, student, motivation, elementary school

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Darsono, Holten Sion, Wahyu Edy Setiawan, Kuswari, Sri Roehetin, Netto W.S. Rahan. Teacher capability and student motivation determine learning achievement in elementary schools in North Barito Regency. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(2)2021, 76-85.
Abdurrahman Kepoglu, Mehmet Bayansalduz
Contributions of incorporated companies in business producing sports products to Turkish sports organization education literature in late Ottoman Empire and early Turkish Republic period
Abstract

In the late Ottoman Empire and the early Republic of Turkey period, the opinions about the structuring of sports organizations and enterprises producing sports products, which were put forward due to the lack of documentation and settled in the Turkish Sports Organization course literature, are still valid today. For this reason, our study aims to analyze these opinions placed in the literature in the light of newly emerging documents and to reveal the situation. The method of our study is historical-comparative research. As a result of our work; both in the late Ottoman Empire and the early Republic of Turkey, not only by the state administration of sports products are manufactured at the same time by the privately incorporated company. This information should be added to the Turkish Sports Organization literature. In this way, the literature of the Turkish Sports Organization will be enriched and new researches will be paved the way for new researches in this field.
Keywords: Sports Enterprises in the Ottoman Empire, Sports Enterprises in the Republic of Turkey, Turkish Sports Organization Training

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Abdurrahman Kepoglu, Mehmet Bayansalduz. Contributions of incorporated companies in business producing sports products to Turkish sports organization education literature in late Ottoman Empire and early Turkish Republic period. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(2)2021, 86-94.
Iyotson, Netto W.S. Rahan, Holten Sion, Indrawan Permana Kamis, Luluk Tri Harinie, Betrixia Barbara
Utilization of documentary film as a source of historical learning for multimedia based junior high school students
Abstract

History records past events and knowledge, which contains wisdom values and can be used to train intelligence, shape the attitudes, character and personality of students. Substantially, historical material contains heroic values, exemplary, pioneering, patriotism, nationalism, and an unyielding spirit that underlies the process of shaping the character and personality of students. The need to combine technology and education encourages a variety of creativity that appears as a motivation and paradigm to carry out education that is not monotonous and has high material absorption. Through audio-visual media, students are increasingly excited to learn and understand history. In this way, the teacher of the first middle school history subject used documentary films to increase the enthusiasm of students to study history. By using this film, students are expected to be able to understand and be able to analyze each problem being studied.
Keywords: documentary film, history records, multimedia based, student, junior high school

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Iyotson, Netto W.S. Rahan, Holten Sion, Indrawan Permana Kamis, Luluk Tri Harinie, Betrixia Barbara. Utilization of documentary film as a source of historical learning for multimedia based junior high school students. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(2)2021, 95-105.
Kunsot, Holten Sion, Kuswari, Untung F. Soan, Sri Endang Mugi Rahayu, Wahyu Supriyati
Role of teacher in the enforcement of rules for junior high schools
Abstract

The focus of this study is the forms of efforts to raise legal awareness for students in Indonesia through the provision of civics lessons in schools. The provision of civic subjects is a compulsory curriculum in every junior high school throughout Indonesia. It is the need for school rules and their enforcement, which are fostered by educators. The school rules are written rules formally made by the authorities with certain considerations that are following the situation and conditions of the school and contain things that are required and prohibited for students while they are in the school environment. In addition to providing knowledge about the scope of civic education, teachers can also shape values and norms of legal awareness in the inner minds of students. Thus, the learning outcomes are not only about students understanding citizenship but also being able to interpret their existence as part of the state, and especially legal awareness as a part of personal life which also helps shape students' behavior and future.
Keywords: school rules, teachers, role, student, junior high school

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Kunsot, Holten Sion, Kuswari, Untung F. Soan, Sri Endang Mugi Rahayu, Wahyu Supriyati. Role of teacher in the enforcement of rules for junior high schools. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(2)2021, 105-115.
Lori Powell
Using praise effectively: A brief evaluation
Abstract

Educators are charged with appropriately managing a vast array of factors for students to learn. Motivation is but one of those factors. There is an impact on motivation when praise is extended in the classroom. The most productive method of praise changes as students age. Other factors impact the best use of praise such as socioeconomic status, gender, and ethnicity. Benefitting student’s motivation through praise can be impactful as they age and develop. As such, understanding motivation and the impact of praise is critical.
Keywords: praise, motivation, intrinsic, extrinsic, educational psychology

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Lori Powell. Using praise effectively: A brief evaluation. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(2)2021, 116-120.
Malaini, Eddy Lion, Untung F. Soan, Yetrie Ludang, Sri Endang Mugi Rahayu, Herianto
Information technology and communication based citizenship education learning in junior high schools
Abstract

Information and communication technology needed in the learning process is to meet learning needs and increase creativity and efficiency in learning. In the teaching and learning process, the presence of the media has a fairly important meaning, because in this activity the unclear material can be helped by presenting the media as a means. The media can represent what the teacher is unable to say through certain words or sentences, even the abstractness of the material can be made concrete by the presence of the media. Thus, students digest material more easily than without the help of the media. The delivery of information only through verbal language can lead to verbalism and misperceptions, as well as the desire of students to capture messages will be less, because students are less invited to think and live the messages conveyed, even though to understand something requires both physical and psychological involvement of students.
Keywords: information, communication technology, learning, teacher, student, junior high school

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Malaini, Eddy Lion, Untung F. Soan, Yetrie Ludang, Sri Endang Mugi Rahayu, Herianto. Information technology and communication based citizenship education learning in junior high schools. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(2)2021, 121-130.
Maria, Eddy Lion, Yetrie Ludang, U.Z. Mikdar, Petrus Purwadi, Herianto
The importance of character education through environmental care in elementary schools, North Barito district
Abstract

This study describes and analyzes character education for environmental care for elementary schools, along with the analysis of supporting and inhibiting factors. This study develops a theory regarding the implementation of character education to care about the environment, regarding the programs carried out in implementing it. Also, as an evaluation material regarding the implementation of character education carried out by the teacher, as well as a reflection to further increase efforts to provide character education caring for the environment for students. The results of this study are part of community service that can be used as a basis for developing strategies, programs, and implementation of character education to care for the environment in elementary schools.
Keywords: character education, environmental care, student, elementary school, outcomes

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Maria, Eddy Lion, Yetrie Ludang, U.Z. Mikdar, Petrus Purwadi, Herianto. The importance of character education through environmental care in elementary schools, North Barito district. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(2)2021, 131-144.
Mihriay Musa, Mehmet Bayansalduz, Oguzcan Cogan
Examining career planning in terms of some variables: an application on the students of the faculty of sports sciences
Abstract

This study aims to examine the career planning of sports science students in terms of some variables. The universe of this study, which is carried out with the relational scanning method, one of the quantitative research designs from non-experimental methods, consists of students who study at the departments of Physical Education Teaching, Sports Management and Coaching at Usak University Sports Sciences Faculty. Among the improbable sampling methods, convenience sampling method and 95% confidence interval according to 5% margin of error; The sample of the study determined (male = 130, female = 92) consists of 222 students in total. In the study, data were collected with the career planning scale. Since the data are suitable for normal distribution, the parametric tests were analyzed by T-test and One-way Anova tests. Significant differences were determined between the career planning processes of the students and the level of coaching, working in any institution, sports branches, and age variables. As a result, students’ career planning levels are high. They believe that the professional awareness of the students between the ages of 19-21 and who have a second level coaching certificate and the theoretical and practical education they receive at the university for sports branches are sufficient. They think that students’ professional awareness in sports branches and the choice they make in the career planning process of this profession are correct.
Keywords: Career planning, Faculty of Sports Science, Sportive training

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Mihriay Musa, Mehmet Bayansalduz, Oguzcan Cogan. Examining career planning in terms of some variables: an application on the students of the faculty of sports sciences. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(2)2021, 145-157.
Maryati, Eddy Lion, Netto W.S. Rahan, Eli Karliani, U.Z. Mikdar, Evi Feronika Elbaar
Values of local wisdom: strengthening the learning of history for junior high school students
Abstract

The success of the development of an education system with a local wisdom pattern is the creation of spiritual strength, noble character, self-control, communication, cooperation, intelligence, and skills in society, nation, and state. This is intended so that the educational process focuses on forming attitudes, intellectual development, and developing children's skills as needed so that they develop in society according to their potential. History subjects as an embryo of strengthening the values of local wisdom to create students with integrity require insights and approach through strength in fostering the desired character, character, and intelligence. Informing wise, wise, and prudent people learning history from students must be optimized. This is because from understanding history it is hoped that students will be able to take the essence of its historical value.
Keywords: values, local wisdom, learning, history, student

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Maryati, Eddy Lion, Netto W.S. Rahan, Eli Karliani, U.Z. Mikdar, Evi Feronika Elbaar. Values of local wisdom: strengthening the learning of history for junior high school students. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(2)2021, 158-170.
Melda Sari, Yetrie Ludang, Holten Sion, Eddy Lion, Eli Karliani, Firlianty
Parent attention and teacher teaching ability affect the learning achievement of elementary school students in Katingan Regency
Abstract

In the teaching and learning process, a teacher must be able to provide the education knowledge that is owned interestingly so that students are interested and easily understand in following lessons and students master the material presented by the teacher. Moreover, those who are educated here are elementary school students, who still enjoy playing and lack concentration in paying attention to their teachers who are teaching. Therefore, the success of education in schools is primarily determined by the success of the implementation of teaching and learning activities, namely the integration of teacher activities with student activities. To improve the quality and quality of teaching and learning activities carried out by the teacher, the teacher must have and master the planning of teaching activities, carry out planned activities and assess the results of the teaching and learning process. In line with that, it must also pay attention to the attention factor of parents which also affects the learning achievement of students. Parents' attention affects children's behavior in learning, the right, and correct parental attention can improve student learning achievement.
Keywords: teaching ability, teacher, parent attention, student, elementary school

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Melda Sari, Yetrie Ludang, Holten Sion, Eddy Lion, Eli Karliani, Firlianty. Parent attention and teacher teaching ability affect the learning achievement of elementary school students in Katingan Regency. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(2)2021, 171-181.
Umuray Tashkoprulu, Mehmet Bayansalduz
Study of the service quality of private physical education and sport facilities: A case of Mugla province
Abstract

The purpose of the study is to analyze special physical education and sports facilities' service quality. The study that to be made about sports facilities quality, usage, effectiveness that some of the major issues of sports on these days, is considered having an important place in basic field of sport. Residing people in the city center of Muğla created the scope of this study, therefore, individuals who participated in our research voluntarily created its sample. Based on ‘’Service Quality Assessment Scale’’ developed by Lam (2000) as a data tool, that adopted to Turkey revising validity and reliability by Gürbüz (2003) as a “Service Quality Assessment Form” was used in research. Furthermore, the demographic information form was applied to use as descriptive information in research. The sample group in the research was selected indiscriminately using a random system. Kolmogorov Smirnov normality test was used to analyze the data. One-way analysis of variance (One Way Anova) was used to determine the difference between the binary variables and the independent t-test. Significance level p<0.05 was taken. Statistical solutions were calculated by using a statistics program. t-test and one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) was used in the analysis of the obtained data and the correlation between various demographic factors was examined. There was no significant difference in terms of quality of service between the gender factor of the participants, the year of sports, and the frequency of doing sports per week. Again, in service quality analysis, a significant difference was found between the educational status factor and service quality. As a result, increasing the quality of service in special physical education and sports facilities is related to demand and customer satisfaction. It is thought that this situation can be changed by increasing the general education level of the society.
Keywords: Special Sports Centers, Service Quality, Muğla Province Instance

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Umuray Tashkoprulu, Mehmet Bayansalduz. Study of the service quality of private physical education and sport facilities: A case of Mugla province. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(2)2021, 182-194.
Muran, Holten Sion, Netto W.S. Rahan, Yetrie Ludang, Joni Bungai, Misrita
Improvement of teacher pedagogic competency of elementary school in North Barito Regency through the leadership of headmaster
Abstract

The leadership of the school headmaster also plays a role as a driving force for school resources, especially teachers and school employees. The success or failure of school activities is largely determined by the quality of leadership possessed by the school headmaster. To carry out the roles and functions as a manager, the school headmaster must have the right strategy to empower education personnel through cooperation, provide opportunities for education personnel to improve their professions, and encourage the involvement of all education personnel in various activities that support school programs. Empowering education personnel through cooperation means that in increasing the professionalism of educational personnel in schools, the headmaster must prioritize cooperation with education personnel and other parties involved in carrying out each activity. Providing opportunities for education personnel to improve their professions, as a manager, headmaster must improve their professions persuasively and from a prudent heart. Encouraging the involvement of all education personnel, the headmaster must strive to encourage the involvement of all education personnel in every activity in the school.
Keywords: leadership, headmaster, teacher, competency, elementary school

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Muran, Holten Sion, Netto W.S. Rahan, Yetrie Ludang, Joni Bungai, Misrita. Improvement of teacher pedagogic competency of elementary school in North Barito Regency through the leadership of headmaster. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(2)2021, 195-203.