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Implementation Lifelong Learning: The Adult Learners Based Learning Needs

By Wiwin Yulianingsih


Keyword Key Words: Adult learner, learning need
Topic Implication The Concept of Lifelong Learning in Informal, Formal, and Non-Formal Education
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Basic Training participation and locam wisdom

By Wirdanengsih


Keyword based training, local wisdom, participation
Topic Lifelong Learning in Education Policy

Training Needs Analysis: A Way for Developing an Effective Training

By Arief Rahmana and Mustofa Kamil

Training needs analysis (TNA) can be considered as the process of identifying and gathering data to determine what training needs exist based on performanced gap, so that training can be developed to help the organization accomplish its objective. TNA was very useful as a fundamental to the success of training program. Without conducting need analysis, effective training can’t be achieved and organization run the risk of overdoing training, doing too little training or missing the point completely. The main stage to TNA involves a number of logical steps: identify problem needs, determine design of need analysis, collect data, analysis data, and provide feedback. This paper hopes to contribute to the body of knowledge on TNA by developing conceptual framework, which provide guidelines for TNA implementation in training program.

 

Key words: Training Need Analysis, Performance Gap, Training Program



Keyword Training Need Analysis, Performance Gap, Training Program
Topic Lifelong Learning in Education Policy

Social capital development in realializing the Makassar not rantasa Program

By Hamsah, *Gurniwan Kamil P., *Elly Malihah

Makassar not rantasa program is as an innovation and solutions in addressing the problems of cleanliness in the city of Makassar. The purpose of this study is to determine the form of social capital in the district of Mariso in supporting of that program. The method in this study is a qualitative study approach case. The data collection process is by interview techniques, observation and documentation. The data is obtained from informants consisting of representatives from municipalities, districts and villages, reformer agent community leaders and ordinary people. Research shows social capital in the program with their participation in activities of mutual cooperation in maintaining cleanliness and always adhering to the values of humanizing each other, remind each other, and respect each other.



Keyword Social Capital, humanizing, Makassar not Rantasa
Topic Lifelong Learning Innovation (Approach, Strategy, Method and Technique)

CHARACTER EDUCATION BASED ON VALUES “BELIEVE IN THE ONE SUPREME GOD” IN NONFORMAL CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION

By Andi Kumaini, *Suwarma Al Muchtar, *Muhammad Halimi


Keyword Character Education, Nonformal citizenship education, tauhiid
Topic Lifelong Learning in Education Policy

ANALYSIS OF NON-FORMAL EDUCATION LEADERSHIP

By Widodo, S. Mundzir, Ach. Fatchan, Hardika

Abstract: Research UNESCO (2008) states that the NFE (Non Formal Eduction) program in Indonesia has the characteristic "on-off", dependent on government funding, leadership, and community support. The success of NFE programs at CLC influenced by the type of leader and leadership. Activity education program will run properly and effectively if they have effective leadership. So the study focused on the analysis of models of leadership in NFE program, accordance with the characteristics of Indonesia.

This study with a qualitative approach to the type of case studies with the informant; director, secretary, treasurer, CLC tutors. Data were collected through dept interviews, participant observation, and study documentation relating to focus.

The results showed that the characteristics of the leader NFE, include; trustworthy, creative and innovative, communicative, commitment to service, risk-taking attitudes, and religious. Leadership strategies in NFE based on community needs, is; to maintain trust, reduce dependence on government funding, program innovation, open management, internal correction, intensive coordination, flexibility in management, relationship collegial or friendship, build partnerships, continuous improvement. Constructivist charismatic leadership has high enthusiasm, have good self confidence, and can provide the best solution. Five characteristics of effective leadership, is; 1) to have a vision, 2) can realize good vision, 3) are willing to take risks in realizing the vision, 4) are concerned with the environment and the needs of society, and 5) have a personality that is 'different', 6) a build from the zero. So the leadership model NFE is charismatic constructivist leadership that emphasizes the importance of contextual factors and equality of all those involved in NFE, and build from the ground.This theory is often called constructivist charismatic leadership.



Keyword leadership, non-formal education (NFE), constructivist, charismatic
Topic Lifelong Learning in Education Policy
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Diterminant Factors Of The Efectiveness Learning Process And Learning Output Of Equivalent Education

By Joko Sutarto

Abstract: The effectiveness  learning of equivalent education  is influenced by many kinds of factors, those are, tutor motivation, tutor commitment, leadership, means and infrastructure, finance, and working environment.This study aim to analyze the  influence of tutor commitment factor, leadership, work environment condition to the effectiveness of learning process; and the influence of  the effectiveness of learning process toward learning output of equivalent education.This studyis expost-facto as well descriptive evaluative correlative in nature. Sample to be studies wethe 204 tutors of Sanggar Kegiatan Belajar (SKB) equivalent education in Cenral Java.  Sampling technique is“area probability random sampling”. Data collecting is done by  graded scale questionaire. Data analyzing done by linear regression analysis. This study found that: (a) tutor commitment factor with contributed a direct influence to the effectiveness   learning process with a percentageof 18,49 %. (b)SKB leadership factors with contributed a direct influence to the  effectivenes learning process with a percentageof 44,89%; (c)work environment condition with contributed a direct influence to the  effectiveness   learning process with a percentage26,57%; (e)design of instructional plans impact on the participants outputs was 29,47%, and (f) implementation of  instructional impact on the participants outputs was 40,96%.Implication of study outcome intended to improve the effectiveness of learning. It is done by enhancement of tutor commitement and creating work environment condition. Suggestions are (a) commitment enhancement  by giving adequate  incentive; and (b) strenghtening work environment by creating condusive learning situation, phisycally as well as psychologically.

 



Keyword learning effectiveness, commitment, leadership, and work environment
Topic Lifelong Learning in Education Policy
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Community participation and Health promotion for senior citizens

By MinGyu Choi

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to reveal, through qualitative research, how the physical, mental and social awareness and behavior of a long-term care prevention activity group of senior Japanese citizens has changed, and to investigate what kind of relationship these qualities have. These two objectives were to be achieved by analyzing the aforementioned group's participation in activities from the start of their participation to present. As an example of this process, the Tsurugaya Refresh Club, found in the Tsurugaya district of Sendai City, was selected. This was due to said district having the highest percentage of senior citizens in Sendai City at38.5%, and due to the Club independently conducting long-term care prevention activities.

As a result, consciousness about one's physical and mental health changed by improving human relations (social health) leading to a change in behavior towards long-term care prevention activities in everyday life. From these results, it could be seen that one's social health provides support for one's physical and mental health. In addition, by continuing with participation in such activities, participants developed an interest in the local area, in turn leading to further participation in other social situations, thus resulting in a cyclical effect of improving human relations. It is in cyclical processes such as these that we find an abundance of social capital.

Additionally, regarding the management of independent groups involved in long-term care prevention activities, it was found that participants felt a great burden when first experiencing a management role. However, it was also found that this burden could be reduced by conducting learning activities about health and by sharing information about health among managers. Consequently, management processes such as these play a role for the managers themselves in changing their own awareness and behavior regarding their health.

As mentioned above, activities conducted through participation in independent long-term care prevention activity groups also perform a role in the realization of health promotion.



Keyword Health promotion, Community participation. Senior citizens. Long-term care prevention activity
Topic Lifelong Learning in Education Policy
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CONTRIBUTION OF NFE IN IMPROVING ENGLISH PERFORMANCE

By Budi Indra Syahdewa

This paper discusses how a nonformal English class could help students solve their problems
of lacking the basic skills in English knowledge and improve their English performance. The
learning process must be conducted out of the formal class because the students cannot
follow the lesson normally delivered fully in English language. The participants of the course
were given a specific treatment to find out the contribution of the course to their English
performance. Learning materials were prepared and delivered based on the needs of the
participants. An experienced tutor of English was also selected to teach the class .  This
experiment used pre and post test method. The result of the course shows an increasing of
English performance of the participants. It can be concluded that nonformal learning activity
is really required as a solution of a problem in a formal class.

 



Keyword Keywords: English Course, Nonformal Education, and Performance.
Topic Lifelong Learning in Education Policy
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Traditional Apprenticeship Patterns in Improving Entrepreneurial Community

By Mustakim

Abstract - The problem of unemployment and poverty that plagued the community is a crucial issue in the lives of the people of Indonesia. Unemployment was increasing, from year to year resulted in a growing number of Indonesian workers who are not absorbed in the world of work. The purpose of this study to determine how effective the activity patterns of the traditional apprenticeship in the life of the Indonesian people. The pattern of the traditional apprenticeship is a method of learning work that taught from one generation to the simple as well as knowledge transformation efforts within the family, community, and environment. This study uses a qualitative method in collecting data, with the subject apprentices, facilitators and tutors. The research result reflects the improvement of the entrepreneurial community in the garment business, especially in the knowledge of sewing, sewing skills, and mental attitude of entrepreneurship. In addition to improving insights in managing businesses confection as an effort to open their own business at home.



Keyword Keywords: Unemployment, Traditional Apprenticeship Patterns, Entrepreneurial Community.
Topic Implication The Concept of Lifelong Learning in Informal, Formal, and Non-Formal Education
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