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Volume 7, Number 3 / June issue 2021

Vol.7, No.3 | June issue 2021


Manuel Alberto M. Ferreira
Mathematical Tools for the Study of the Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations and Related Models

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Sri Rahmah, Joni Bungai, Holten Sion, Kusnida Indrajaya, Abdul Rahman Azahari, Wahyu Edy Setiawan
National big day commemoration activity: strengthening the sense of nationality of elementary school students
Abstract

Education in the context of fostering a national spirit in the era of openness is currently a formal institution that is related and has a big responsibility. One of the educational institutions that has a significant effect on the practice of national values is elementary school. The reason is, formal institutions such as elementary schools are the initial foundation for students to pursue higher school levels. The success of character education of a nation can be seen from the national spirit of the students. This national spirit is an embodiment of the character of the nation and can be seen from several indicators, which for elementary school students are celebrating national holidays and participating in national activities. These indicators will later be developed in making statement items on a national attitude scale.
Keywords: national spirit, character education, student, elementary school

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Sri Rahmah, Joni Bungai, Holten Sion, Kusnida Indrajaya, Abdul Rahman Azahari, Wahyu Edy Setiawan. National big day commemoration activity: strengthening the sense of nationality of elementary school students. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(3)2021, ---.
Ariyani, Yetrie Ludang, Indrawan Permana Kamis, Agus Haryono, Vera Amelia, Firlianty
Management of floating waste around the Kahayan riverbanks, Palangka Raya
Abstract

Plastic waste floating in the waters can come from land or land activities. Plastic products used in everyday life can be in the form of packaging products, household appliances, transportation equipment parts, construction materials, electrical equipment, industry, textiles, and others. These plastic products will experience a decrease in quality under certain conditions and periods of use so that they become waste. The position of Palangka Raya City which was built from the edge of the Kahayan River is a problem in itself, especially for residents who live on the banks of the Kahayan River who throw garbage into the river. Changes in perception are needed to change people's behavior towards waste. The act of littering will increase if there are no strict sanctions given to trash, even though the arrangement of facilities provided is adequate. Environmental care behavior raised by the community is closely related to environmental education that each individual gets.
Keywords: floating waste, riverbanks, management, community awareness, environmental education

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Ariyani, Yetrie Ludang, Indrawan Permana Kamis, Agus Haryono, Vera Amelia, Firlianty. Management of floating waste around the Kahayan riverbanks, Palangka Raya. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(3)2021, ---.
Beben Agusthe, Yetrie Ludang, Herianto, Suriansyah Murhaini, Misrita, Wahyudi
Social forestry development strategy in Tumbang Tarusan Village of Central Kalimantan
Abstract

One of the social forestry programs implemented by the Indonesian government is village forest. Forest management in Tumbang Tarusan village is currently managed by the assistance of social forestry facilitators from forestry extension agents at the Forestry Service of Central Kalimantan Province. The existence of the Tumbang Tarusan Village Forest is strongly supported by the village government of Tumbang Tarusan as evidenced by the allocation of village funds. In 2019, the Tumbang Tarusan Village Forest Management Institute received honey bee cultivation assistance from the Kalimantan Regional Kalimantan Social and Environmental Forestry Service, but its implementation has now been restructured with a new strategy, which is described descriptively in this paper.
Keywords: social forestry, village forest, management, development, strategy

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Beben Agusthe, Yetrie Ludang, Herianto, Suriansyah Murhaini, Misrita, Wahyudi. Social forestry development strategy in Tumbang Tarusan Village of Central Kalimantan. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(3)2021, ---.
Cassandra Figgs
Cognitive learning and teaching styles
Abstract

Cognitive learning has been influential in teaching over the years. This article will ultimately discuss how five common teaching styles support cognitive learning. This article will first define the five common teaching styles: authority method, demonstrator method, facilitator style, delegator style and the hybrid method. The article will then go on to define Cognitive learning and activities that are associated with this type of learning. Finally, this article with discuss how the five teaching styles support cognitive learning.
Keywords: cognitive learning, authority method, demonstrator method, facilitator style, delegator style, hybrid method

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Cassandra Figgs. Cognitive learning and teaching styles. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(3)2021, ---.
Damar Angga Saputra, Yetrie Ludang, Firlianty, Yanarita, Noor Syarifuddin Yusuf, Indrawan Permana Kamis
Potential attraction of ecotourism in Sebangau National Park, Central Kalimantan
Abstract

Tourism activities in national park areas pose a challenge to be able to balance efforts to protect and maintain ecosystems with efforts to utilize the area from the tourism sector. National park area management models that can provide financial benefits from the tourism aspect have been widely applied. This model, among others, through the zoning of national parks. In the management of ecotourism, Natural Tourism Objects and Attractions (ODTW) provide important meaning for the sustainability of a tourist area, in addition to supporting facilities and infrastructure, as well as publications. Foresight in seeing tourism potential is very important in order to create a diversity of natural ODTWs in an area, and to package them into superior natural ODTWs, and attract tourists to visit. Handling natural ODTW requires the seriousness of the tourism area manager, both in exploring the potential of existing natural ODTW and efforts to manage it. In managing natural ODTW, understanding the nature or characteristics of natural ODTW is needed in order to find the right form of management.
Keywords: ecotourism, national park, management, tourism products, biodiversity

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Damar Angga Saputra, Yetrie Ludang, Firlianty, Yanarita, Noor Syarifuddin Yusuf, Indrawan Permana Kamis. Potential attraction of ecotourism in Sebangau National Park, Central Kalimantan. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(3)2021, ---.
Juliana, Yetrie Ludang, Saputera, Indrawan Permana Kamis, Yuni Erlina, Firlianty
Study of slum settlements and cultural value orientation in the Kahayan riverbanks, Palangka Raya
Abstract

The general characteristics of slum settlements are physically visible from the condition of the buildings being very dense with low construction quality, the road network is not patterned and not paved, the general sanitation and drainage are not functioning, and the waste has not been managed properly. Meanwhile, the socio-economic conditions of people in slum areas have low income levels, loose social norms, and a culture of poverty that characterizes their lives, which can be seen from apathetic attitudes and behavior. However, this settlement physically provides the main benefits, namely close to a place to earn a living and affordable housing prices either buy or rent. The benefits of housing in addition to considering employment and low prices are the opportunity to get it or high accessibility. Almost anyone unconditionally rambling at any time and any level of ability to pay, can always be accepted and stay there.
Keywords: slum settlements, socio-economic conditions, cultural value, affordable housing, employment

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Juliana, Yetrie Ludang, Saputera, Indrawan Permana Kamis, Yuni Erlina, Firlianty. Study of slum settlements and cultural value orientation in the Kahayan riverbanks, Palangka Raya. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(3)2021, ---.
Muhamad Tito, Yetrie Ludang, Suandi Sidauruk, Revi Sunaryati
Community local awareness in respecting coastal land conservation in Cemara Labat Village of Central Kalimantan
Abstract

Utilization of coastal land in the community of Cemara Labat Village has been passed down from generation to generation. The people of Cemara Labat Village still maintain the tradition of coastal land management, such as planting certain types of mangroves, prohibiting cutting down mangrove forests and hunting animals which are regulated in unwritten customary law or local wisdom. Utilization of coastal area resources by humans from time to time continues to increase. The intensity of exploiting the potential of coastal areas resources often does not pay attention to the carrying capacity and principles of optimal and sustainable use of natural resources. Therefore, the mangrove forest ecosystem in Cemara Labat Village needs to be preserved both ecologically and biologically with an awareness approach to local wisdom.
Keywords: coastal land, conservation, community awareness, local wisdom

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Muhamad Tito, Yetrie Ludang, Suandi Sidauruk, Revi Sunaryati. Community local awareness in respecting coastal land conservation in Cemara Labat Village of Central Kalimantan. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(3)2021, ---.
Ebru Tozkar, Mehmet Bayansalduz
Examination of the relationships between the perception of leadership power of the athlete students, physical education and sports teachers, motivation for success in sports and team cohesion
Abstract

This study was carried out to examine the relationship between the students' Perceptions of Leadership Power towards Physical Education and Sports Teachers and Achievement Motivation and Team Harmony in Sports. Due to the decreasing success rate of the Turkish sports; it is thought that the study conducted to examine the relationship between team harmony, achievement motivation and the perceptions towards the Physical Education and Sports Teachers who are coaching students in basic and secondary education institutions is of importance to the field of sport.
This study has been prepared in relational scanning model and the universe of this study consists of student athletes in a total of 44 primary and secondary educational institutions, which were chosen considering the regional distribution in overall Turkey and were allowed by the approval of 21 Provincial Directorate of National Education; the sample of this study consists of 315 student athletes who were selected by random sampling method from these schools are.
In the study, the study of Wann et al. (Wann, DL, Metcalf, LA, Brewer, KR Whiteside, HD, 2000) Leadership Power in Sports - Other developed by French and Raven (French, J. Raven, BH, 1959). (LPS-O athletes form) and its Turkish adaptation study (Konter, 2008), Sports Leadership Power Perception Scalewhich was conducted by Konter, Sports-Specific Achievement Motivation Scale (SSAMS) which was developed by Willis in 1982 and adapted by Tiryaki and Godelek, The Measurement of Colesion in Sport Team which was developed by Neil Widmeyer, Lawrance R. Brawley and Albert Carron (1985) and adapted by Suleyman MORALI (Morali, 1994) were used.
In data analysis, student athletes’ demographic information was arranged with diagnostic statistics sheets; Pearson correlation analysis was used to determine the relationships between the students' perception of leadership power, achievement motivation and team fit levels. In addition, t-i test analysis (in peer groups) and anova analysis (groups made up three or more) were used to test whether there were significant differences in terms of leadership power perception, achievement motivation and team compliance levels in terms of demographic findings. In statistical analyzes, the significance level was taken as 0.05.
As a result; In our study, it was found out that teachers' leadership power levels had an effect of 14.8% on the levels of achievement motivation of athletes. It was found that there was a positive weak relationship between the motivation of the students and the leadership power of their teachers. It was observed that there was no relationship between the levels of team adaptation of individuals and their teachers' leadership power levels.
Keywords: Leadership Power Perception, Success Motivation, Team Harmony

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Ebru Tozkar, Mehmet Bayansalduz. Examination of the relationships between the perception of leadership power of the athlete students, physical education and sports teachers, motivation for success in sports and team cohesion. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(3)2021, ---.
Wahyuni,Yetrie Ludang, Indrawan Permana Kamis, Saputera, Hery Redin, Lies Indrayanti
Quality of public green open spaces in Kuala Kurun, Central Kalimantan
Abstract

The development of basic service infrastructure, economic infrastructure, and urban infrastructure of the city of Kuala Kurun will become a growth center for the surrounding area so that it is expected to be able to encourage city development, become a better center of activity and can accommodate all community activities according to their roles and functions. The needs of the community in urban areas that become an illustration of real progress and development is the condition of good public spaces. Public space has a role in several activities, namely economic, social, health, and environmental. The success of the existence of public spaces in urban areas is a good attraction, it can be proven by being visited by many people and being an infrastructure for interacting with other people.
Keywords: public needs, green open space, quantity, quality, criteria

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Wahyuni,Yetrie Ludang, Indrawan Permana Kamis, Saputera, Hery Redin, Lies Indrayanti. Quality of public green open spaces in Kuala Kurun, Central Kalimantan. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(3)2021, ---.
Yennita Yetrie Ludang, Firlianty, Saputera, Petrus S. Senas, Noor Syarifuddin Yusuf
Trends of plastic waste spreading in Kahayan river, Palangka Raya
Abstract

Solid waste sometimes also comes from people who are active around riverbanks such as trading, farming or other activities. Apart from these sources, the presence of waste in water bodies is a form of water pollution. Water pollution in many areas in Kahayan river has resulted in a clean water crisis. Weak government supervision and reluctance to enforce the law properly make the problem of water pollution even worse. The occurrence of water pollution has an influence on the lives of living things, such as the disruption of water ecosystems and clean water used to meet the needs of life is difficult to obtain. Although there are regulations that protect the quality of surface or river water, solid waste in the form of garbage often ends up in water bodies. This is because the surface water is in a low area, so that everything that falls around the watershed can eventually reach the water body. In urban areas, waste originating from land is often carried away by runoff water towards a body of water. Illegally waste is often dumped directly into water bodies or left to accumulate on riverbanks.
Keywords: solid waste, plastic size, Kahayan river, pollution, watershed

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Yennita Yetrie Ludang, Firlianty, Saputera, Petrus S. Senas, Noor Syarifuddin Yusuf. Trends of plastic waste spreading in Kahayan river, Palangka Raya. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(3)2021, ---.
Dewi Astia Noor, Tonich Uda, Sri Rohaetin, Yetrie Ludang, Rinto Alexandro, Firlianty
Encouraging entrepreneurship program for Palangka Raya university students
Abstract

The number of graduates from universities who are unemployed is quite high, this shows that there is no synergy between the world of education and the world of work. In the end everyone has to think realistically and practically. Realistic means seeing something based on the existing reality, while practical thinking means doing something that can be done at this time. When job opportunities become difficult to obtain, then if someone chooses an alternative to being an entrepreneur, it should be appreciated. But unfortunately, coaching and assistance related to one's desire to pioneer and become a successful entrepreneur does not always meet a smooth path. They face various obstacles, community members who are determined to become entrepreneurs. From field observations, complaints are often found about the difficulty of seeking assistance, either in the form of management coaching, let alone funding or capital assistance.
Keywords: entrepreneurship, student, university, program mechanism

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Dewi Astia Noor, Tonich Uda, Sri Rohaetin, Yetrie Ludang, Rinto Alexandro, Firlianty. Encouraging entrepreneurship program for Palangka Raya university students. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(3)2021, ---.
Fatih Çintimar, Mehmet Bayansalduz, Abdurrahman Kepoglu, Senol Yanar
Evaluation of distance education activities generated partake of visual product by Turkish athletic federation in COVID-19 pandemic process
Abstract

This study was conducted to evaluate the educational activities in the virtual environment in the visual product format organizing by the Turkey Athletics Federation Board of Education. The distance education activities of the federation were carried out online by the trainers who are experts in their fields, via the Zoom Video Communications system. An interactive education in the form of the slide presentation, verbal expression, and question-answer was provided through this system. In order to make this education, which is a visual product, more useful, the satisfaction levels of the participants were determined. After the Child Protection Program held on 26 April 2020, Performance Psychology in Sports held on 7 May 2020, and Athletics in All Aspects held on May 10, the feedback was received from the participants using the distance education visual product scale. The sample mass of the study consisted of 221 male and 91 female athletics trainers, who participated in the evaluation of the data set after the education. In data collection; The Distance Education Visual Product Scale (DEVPS), the validity and reliability of which was made by the researchers, was used. According to the results of the study, they stated that the trainers were highly satisfied with the visual product education. It is thought that customizing and increasing the quality of the distance education to be given to athletics trainers with a variety of visual products will maintain the level of satisfaction that is high enough and further increase it.
Keywords: Visual product, Distance education, Athletics Federation, Covid-19

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Fatih Çintimar, Mehmet Bayansalduz, Abdurrahman Kepoglu, Senol Yanar. Evaluation of distance education activities generated partake of visual product by Turkish athletic federation in COVID-19 pandemic process. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(3)2021, ---.
Nur Rahmah, Yetrie Ludang, Tonich Uda, Dehen Erang, Sri Rohaetin, Rinto Alexandro
Assessment questions to achieve the objectives of economic subject in senior high school
Abstract

The assessment stage in learning outcomes is very important and becomes a big responsibility for teachers. This evaluation of student learning outcomes includes an evaluation of the level of student mastery of the specific goals to be achieved in limited teaching program units. Also an evaluation of the level of achievement of students against the general goals of teaching in the subjects taken. A quality evaluation can provide an accurate picture of student learning outcomes. Because the test will be a reference and to determine the level of mastery of students towards the goals to be achieved. Item analysis is an activity to examine the questions in the test whether they meet the requirements as a quality test. From the analysis of these items, it can be identified questions that are very good, good, moderate, not good and very bad. Item analysis can be calculated through several aspects, namely validity, reliability, distinguishing power, and level of difficulty.
Keywords: assessment, test analysis, learning, economic learning

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Nur Rahmah, Yetrie Ludang, Tonich Uda, Dehen Erang, Sri Rohaetin, Rinto Alexandro. Assessment questions to achieve the objectives of economic subject in senior high school. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(3)2021, ---.
Vent Christway, Petrus S. Senas, Abdul Mukti, Yetrie Ludang, Andrie Elia, Firlianty
Sustainable community empowerment in coal mining business in Kapuas Regency, Central Kalimantan
Abstract

Coal mining activities in general include land clearing, benching system, material handling, hauling, reclamation and post-mining. Mining activities certainly have the potential to have a negative impact on the community and the surrounding environment. In addition, mining activities can cause changes in landscape and land use changes. Changes in land function are one of the consequences of mining activities that will have an impact on the welfare of the surrounding community who have long relied on the potential of natural resources where these activities are located. The people in the Kapuas area around the mining area are people with homogeneous tendencies in livelihoods and education. In this condition of the community, the company and local government have the responsibility to provide protection to the community around the mine by making development policies that favor the community through priority development programs and community empowerment.
Keywords: coal mining, business, community, empowerment, sustainable

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Vent Christway, Petrus S. Senas, Abdul Mukti, Yetrie Ludang, Andrie Elia, Firlianty. Sustainable community empowerment in coal mining business in Kapuas Regency, Central Kalimantan. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(3)2021, ---.