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Lifelong Education in Teacher Professional Development: An Indonesian Perspective

By Didi Suherdi, Yayan Nurbayan, and Setiawan


Keyword new paradigm, professional development, professional learning community
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


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

THE IMPLEMENTATION OF LIFE LONG LEARNING IN FAMILY

By Ihat Hatimah

THE IMPLEMENTATION OF LIFE LONG LEARNING IN FAMILY

Ihat Hatimah

Departement of Non Formal Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

 Bandung Indonesia

Ihat.hatimah@yahoo.co.id

 

 

The initial idea of lifelong learning argued that individuals in the community can learn and should learn continuously. The presence of lifelong learning was generated by the emergence of learning and educational needs that continue to grow and develop throughout the human life span.  Lifelong learning stresses the motivation of an individual or a group to gain learning experiences in a sustainable manner. The learning experience is taken consciously, programmatically, and systematically through the process of learning in order to achieve the learning objectives that have been set. Lifelong learning serves a function as a motivating force for learners so that they can perform learning activities based on their own drive and self-direction by thinking and behaving for the sake of their world and life.                                                                             

The implementation of lifelong learning in the family indicates that family education is one medium that an individual can take from the cradle to the end of life. The family is the first and major educational institution, proving that a child receives the first educational process that can shape the personality for times to come. Through the family, the parents and family members prepare everything needed by every family member of the family, which can be done through guidance, solicitation, modelling. The family plays a role to introduce customs, habits, rules, values or ways of life. Education in the family implies an effort to help children able to live as a human being with self-development ability.



Keyword Lifelong learning, implementation, family.
Topic Lifelong Learning in Education Policy
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ENTREPRENEURIAL TRAINING ORIENTED RURAL WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

By Agus Winarti

Abstract. Real factual conditions that functional literacy is not functioning as expected, if there is no follow-up will again be illiterate. Based on the objective conditions, then held entrepreneurship training.

This study focused on the question of how the implementation and the supporting inhibitor rural entrepreneurship training oriented towards women's empowerment? The goal is to know the implementation of the training, functioning skills, formed a business group post functional literacy and supporting, inhibiting the implementation of training.

Descriptive qualitative method. Data collection techniques in-depth interviews, observation and focus group discussions (focus group discussion) gradually. Data were analyzed using an interactive model (interactive models of analysis) that is data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion. 

The results obtained by the implementation of rural entrepreneurship training oriented towards the empowerment of women there is an increased awareness of independent businesses and business groups have a new range of dishes of local raw materials. Interest in learning and community participation are high backed by a factor of life needs urgent.

Suggestion: rural entrepreneurship training to be followed in the following research with the introduction of science and technology for society (Science for the public).

 

Keywords: entrepreneurial training, rural entrepreneurship, women's empowermen

 



Keyword entrepreneurial training, rural entrepreneurship, women's empowerment.
Topic Lifelong Learning in Education Policy
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Pairing School Choices and Out of School Choices Education System

By Edy Hardiyanto


Keyword School Education, Out of School, National Education System, Pairing, Networking
Topic Lifelong Learning in Education Policy

“COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT THROUGH THE EXPLOITATION OF TRADITIONAL LOCAL FOOD TO INCREASE ENTREPRENEURSHIP AUTONOMY” (A Study of the Community of Ali Agrem Producers at PKBM Nuansa Jabar, Nagrak Village Administrative, Cangkuang District, Bandung Regency)

By anti maryanti


Keyword CLC
Topic Lifelong Learning in Education Policy

LITERACY, COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES AND SUSTAINABILITY ENTREPRENEURSHIP

By Yusuf Al Hadihaq, Deni hermana

The weak competitiveness both of micro and small group enterprises is caused by weak entrepreneurial literacy. Sustainability of business is on the economic aspects in small scale only. This study aims at identifying the relationship among literacy, business competitiveness and sustainability entrepreneurship. The study applies an inferential descriptive method of survey type. Research populations spread out in Bandung. Unit of  observation  are consisting of participants who learn literacy, literacy providers, and local entrepreneurs. Finding shows that Literacy entrepreneurial participants is limited. The ability to improve competitiveness is hampered because of a lack of resource availability and understanding of the structure of the garment industry and corporate governance. Economic, social, and environment have not been a focus among them. Factor  that have led to sustainability is literacy entrepreneurship. Competitive advantages and sustainability entrepreneurship behaviors change can be traced to change in literacy entrepreneurship.



Keyword key words: literacy entrepreneurship, competetive, sustainability, entrepreneurship
Topic Lifelong Learning in Education Policy

THE INFLUECE OF INTRINSIC MOTIVATION AND WORK-DICIPLINE TOWARD EDUCATION DEPARTMENT EMPLOYEES’ PERFORMANCE

By Nani Sutarni1, PutriIlaika Hamidah2

The employees’ work performance of Education Department of Indramayu Regency is considered low that this research aims to study the influence of the employees’ intrinsic motivation and work-discipline toward their performance at work. Applying explanatory survey method, this research involves 55 employees of the Education Department. The data were collected from a rating scale model questionnaire. The data was then analyzed by simple regression analysis and fold regression analysis. The analysis shows that the employees’ intrinsic motivation level and work-discipline level are high. Likewise, their performance at work is high. It is concluded that there is a partial and simultaneous correlation between the employees’ intrinsic motivation and discipline toward their performance at work



Keyword Intrinsic motivation, work discipline, employee performance
Topic Implication The Concept of Lifelong Learning in Informal, Formal, and Non-Formal Education

LOCAL CULTURE AND VALUE-BASED EDUCATION MODEL IN A SUNDANESE COMMUNITY

By Achmad Hufad

The arrival of globalization era provides opportunity to develop and strengthen cultural values within local communities. Likewise, as its territory is narrowed Sundanese communities in West Java encounter a reality challenging their psychology and cultural existence. Therefore, competitive advantages are required to allow Sundanese community to compete and strengthen its existence in the globalization wave. Education that is based on the local cultural values is inevitably a powerful tool to strengthen the quality of the respective local community. Using conceptual and empirical ethnology foundations, this paper resulted in education model based on the prominent Sundanese community’s unique local culture values and customs.



Keyword education model, community-based education, Sundanese cultural values and customs
Topic Issues and Challenge of Lifelong Learning (in Economic, Sociocultural, and Environmental Perspective

The Influence of The Interpersonal Communication Quality, Achievement Motivation and Creativity to Productive Behavior (Study On Community Self-Reliance Agency (BKM) PNPM Mandiri Perkotaan Program in Ujungberung District of Bandung).

By Muhamaad Irfan Hilmi

This study investigates the influence of the quality of interpersonal communication, achievement motivation, and creativity to productive behavior KSM members of the Community Self-Reliance Agency Program PNPM Mandiri Perkotaan in Ujungberung District of Bandung. The purpose of this study was to obtain empirical picture of the influence of the quality of interpersonal communication, achievement motivation, and creativity to the behavior of productive members of KSM. The hypothesis proposed is a significant difference between: the quality of interpersonal communication to productive behavior, achievement motivation to productive behavior, creativity to productive behavior, the quality of interpersonal communication, achievement motivation and creativity together to productive behavior members of KSM.



Keyword Quality of Interpersonal Communication, Achievement Motivation, Creativity, Conduct Productive
Topic Lifelong Learning in Education Policy