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Development of Soft Skills Education in Non-Formal Education to Indonesian Society

By Nurul Hikmah and Sarti Hafsyah Siregar

Abstract

 

Development of soft skills education, non-formal education, and lifelong learning are important pillars in the development of education in Indonesia in accordance with Law Number 20 of 2003 on the National Education System. This study aims to analyze the educational development of soft skills in the Indonesian society in relation to lifelong learning. Development of soft skills examined are entrepreneurial ability, personality skills, and social skills. This research is based on the results of previous studies. The method used is qualitative descriptive approach using literature studies. Results from previous studies indicate that the development of soft skills education, in particular entrepreneurial skills, personality skills, and social skills are very important and need to be developed.



Keyword Soft Skill Education; Non-Formal Education; Lifelong Learning; Entrepreneurial Ability; Personality Skills; Social Skills
Topic Implication The Concept of Lifelong Learning in Informal, Formal, and Non-Formal Education
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LIFELONG LEARNING FOR COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT THROUGH ENTREPRENEURSHIP TRAINING BASED ON POTENTIAL, EXCELLENCE AND LOCAL WISDOM

By Dayat Hidayat


Keyword Lifelong Learning, empowerment, entrepreneurship
Topic Lifelong Learning in Education Policy
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AN EVALUATIVE STUDY OF THE FEMALE HEADS OF HOUSEHOLD EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM (PEKKA) TO INCREASE WOMEN’S INDEPENDENCE AT PADALARANG DISTRICT, BANDUNG BARAT REGENCY

By POPI SITI ICHSANNIATY

AN EVALUATIVE STUDY OF THE FEMALE HEADS OF HOUSEHOLD EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM (PEKKA) TO INCREASE WOMEN’S INDEPENDENCE AT

PADALARANG DISTRICT, BANDUNG BARAT REGENCY

 

POPI SITI ICHSANNIATY

Out-of-School Education Program, the School of Postgraduate Studies of UPI 2014

 

Abstract

Developing and empowering the community is inseparable from the programs run by both the private and government. In this research, the program under evaluation is related to women’s empowerment program named Female Heads of Household Empowerment Program (Indonesian, and henceforth, PEKKA) conducted by the government. The location under research was Padalarang District, Bandung Barat Regency. Padalarang District is a pilot project of the related institution for the sustainability of the future program. The evaluation involved needs analysis, input analysis, activity analysis, output analysis, outcome analysis, and external factor analysis. The research draws upon the theory of program by Stewart I. Donaldson, and the evaluation model used was Jokobet’s Logic Model. The research adopted qualitative approach with triangulation as data collection technique, namely observation, interview, and questionnaire. Data and information were collected from five respondents, consisting of: program manager, informant, student, and program administrator. The results of this research are expected to contribute to the policy makers in determining and conducting evaluation, including designing, implementing, analyzing, and interpreting the program. Thus, the fulfillment of the program’s goals can be found out and benchmarked for the improvement of future programs. The findings show that PEKKA supports women’s independence, but not all female heads of households in Padalarang District could participate in the program due to limitation of time and society’s stereotype of women as powerless beings.

 

Keywords: Evaluation, Women, Female Heads of Household Empowerment  Program (PEKKA)

 

 

 



Keyword Evaluation, Women, Female Heads of Household Empowerment  Program (PEKKA)
Topic Lifelong Learning in Education Policy

THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RESULTS OF COMPETENCE-BASED ELEMENTARY LEVEL TIERED EDUCATION AND TRAINING BY EARLY EDUCATION TUTORS IN THE TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESS OF YOUNG CHILDREN (A Case Study of PAUD Ihya As sunnah and PAUD Ghifari Tasikmalaya City)

By LULU YULIANI

   ABSTRACT

      The background to the research is the fact that many early childhood education tutors in Tasikmalaya City have not met the education qualification of bachelor’s degree, thereby causing varieties in the understanding of the concept and program management of early childhood education and development of the teaching and learning of young children.

  The research adopted qualitative approach with grounded theory method. There were seven informants to this research, consisting of basic and key informants. Data were collected through data triangulation that combines various data collection techniques and existing data resources.

     Based on data analysis and discussion, it is found that: 1) The Elementary Level Tiered Education and Training is quite good, as proven by the planning that is in accordance with the guidelines for education and training of 2015. There are no obstacles in the implementation of this education and training. After conducting the education and training, tutors practice what they have understood and are able to understand concepts of early childhood education, both in terms of the implementation of teaching and learning and other relevant aspects. Evaluation of the education and training is done by giving individual assignment. The participants of the education and training can practice the materials that they have learned by implementing the materials in the teaching and learning of young children; 2) For the implementation of the results of the education and training, the tutors design, plan, and implement the learning methods, learning resources, learning instruction, and learning time properly; 3) The teaching and learning strategies most frequently implemented by tutors based on the results of the education and training are the Centre and Selling methods at PAUD Ihya As Sunnah, and singing method at PAUD Ghifari; 4) In terms of the implementation of instructional evaluation based on the results of the education and training, the early childhood education tutors observe children’s development attentively, so that the results of their assessment will be highly objective.

       In conclusion, the Elementary Level Tiered Education and Training has been conducted properly in terms of planning, implementation, and evaluation, and is in accordance with the Guidelines for Education and Training of 2015. In terms of the implementation of the results of Competence-Based Elementary Level Tiered Education and Training in classroom teaching and learning process, the early childhood education tutors have successfully developed goals and development aspects with positive results. This means that the Elementary Level Tiered Education and Training is able to improve the teaching and learning process of young children.



Keyword Early Childhood Education Tutors, results of education and training, teaching and learning process, young children
Topic Lifelong Learning in Education Policy

Existence of Critical Theory in Non-Formal Education

By Suhanadji


Keyword Critical theory, non-formal education, capitalism, neo-liberalism
Topic Lifelong Learning in Education Policy

INTEGRATED LEARNING INNOVATION IN REPRODUCTION SYSTEM BY “AMONG” METHOD FOR LIFELONG LEARNING

By Dewi Nilam Tyas, Rina Vitdiawati, Rini Nusantari

Promiscuity and teenage sexual abuse are the reflection of moral decreasing in Indonesian students. Those issues are triggered because teenagers misuse the technology and information and society still considers sexuality as a taboo subject. On most of school in Indonesia, comprehension and subjects about sexuality is limited only on structure and function reproduction organ. In fact, sex education is related with teenage moral quality. It is our responsibility to increase teenage moral quality.

This paper which is written by using literature study approach propose an idea that is called as among method employing technique Tut Wuri Handayani to integrate sex education in school, family, and society as the trinity of education(tripusat pendidikan). The method can be applied for teacher especially for senior high school teacher during learning process of reproduction system on Biology subject. This method that is adapted from Ki Hajar Dewatara’s concept synchronizes knowledge which is constructed by students from many resources and then compiled into a science as a basic guidance to undergo life in good manner. Through this method that so called lifelong learning, the student will develop their knowledge over and over again since they do practical science not just recital the concept. The technique of Tut Wuri Handayani  is implemented on trinity of education which are giving, guiding, and supervising reproduction education and teenage sexual behavior related with norm applied on the society. The application of this method can be a new way for teachers and parents to communicate and supervise the development of knowledge, behavior, and character of their children that are related with reproduction education and understanding. 



Keyword lifelong learning, innovation,”among” method
Topic Lifelong Learning in Education Policy

Community Development and Impact of Community Awareness Change Through Youth Association Activities (A study at youth association on Masubuchi district Tome city Miyagi Prefecture)

By Sodikin


Keyword Community Development, Community Awareness Change, Youth Association
Topic Lifelong Learning in Education Policy

IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF LEARNING EXPERIENCES ARE EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT THROUGH LIFELONG LEARNING BASIS SETS AND IMPLEMENTATION OF BLENDED LEARNING USING APPLICATION OF LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (LMS)

By Winda Purnama Sari, Etika Juniati

IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF LEARNING EXPERIENCES ARE EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT THROUGH LIFELONG LEARNING BASIS SETS AND IMPLEMENTATION OF BLENDED LEARNING USING APPLICATION OF LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (LMS)

Winda Purnama Sari1, Etika Juniati2

Post Graduate Biology Education at Yogyakarta State University, Karangmalang, Yogyakarta 55281

e-mail: winda673@gmail.com; etikajuni@gmail.com

Abstract. The utilization of ICT until now could not be used optimally, particularly for the education in Indonesia. In addition, the choice of approaches, models, strategies, tactics and techniques in learning processes in order to provide a learning experience for the students it is still not optimal and in accordance with the true nature of learning. Learning experience are effectively and efficiently can be reached by using the concept of SETS, which all started from studying what can be seen and felt through natural (environment). Then how students can learn the knowledge openly and can be supported by using ICT. So in the end the students can apply to the life and share the knowledge acquired. Blended Learning with Applications LMS is a place for students to be able to explore and discuss from various circles of what he found in nature. This fact is crucial in supporting the learning process dependently or independently, to create quality human resources. The purpose of this idea is to maximize the use of ICT in education, improve the quality of the learning experience are effective and efficient through lifelong learning and implementation of blended learning using application of LMS, and improving the learning experience for both educators and for learners.

Keyword: Lifelong Learning, SETS, blended learning, Learning Management System (LMS)



Keyword Lifelong Learning, SETS, blended learning, Learning Management System (LMS)
Topic Lifelong Learning in Education Policy

MEDIA USE TEXT COMICS WITHOUT TELLING THE COURAGE TO INCREASE IN PRIMARY SCHOOL

By Dr. Ahmad Yani, M.Si. ; Rosita, S.Si. MA
MEDIA USE TEXT COMICS WITHOUT TELLING THE COURAGE TO INCREASE IN PRIMARY SCHOOL 

By:

Dr. Ahmad Yani, M.Si. *)

Rosita, S.Si., MA

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

email: ahmadyani@upi.edu

 

Story-telling ability is a skill that must be trained from an early age. In addition to the courage in expressing opinions and feelings, storytelling can also increase the power of imagination, helps to know about himself (self-awareness) and improve the skills of rational thinking. One medium who can foster courage is told through comic without text that is designed so that it is easy to understand but can be freely arranged the plot itself by children. The method used for this research is the Classroom Action Research (PTK) and after conducting two cycles of action, the study subjects tend to increase his courage in telling free. With the results of the above findings, the researchers have concluded that the use of comics without text media, in particular, and the media in general, learning about the learning process can increase interest and motivation of learners so learning destination easily reached. The values ??of life are told in comic will be easy to remember. According to Ben (2011), tells the story had to build emotional benefits and awards to the moral values ??and religion, foster imagination, develop and conduct emotion, help the process of self-identification, ensuring that inner experience, attract attention, and as a means to build a noble character. Therefore, it is suggested that the more education practitioners producing comics for various purposes in the process of education.

Key: comic, courage, media, without telling



Keyword comic, courage, media, without telling
Topic Lifelong Learning in Education Policy

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TRADITIONAL GAMES, PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND CHARACTER BUILDING

By Helmy Firmansyah


Keyword games, character, education
Topic Lifelong Learning in Education Policy
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