Jurnal Ilmiah Kanderang Tingang 2024-05-28T08:33:40+07:00 Nopriawan Berkat Asi Open Journal Systems <p>Jurnal Ilmiah Kanderang Tingang is a journal managed by the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, University of Palangka Raya. This journal is published 2 (two) times a year. This journal was originally intended to publish articles on research results from all study programs within the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, University of Palangka Raya (FKIP UPR) since 2010. In its journey, this journal was no longer published since 2013 until the end of 2016. In 2017 the Jurnal Ilmiah Kanderang Tingang was re-published in print by publishing articles on research results in the field of chemistry education until 2020. This is because all the editors and reviewers of the Jurnal Ilmiah Kanderang Tingang are from the chemical education study program of FKIP UPR. At the end of 2020, this journal was returned to its original purpose, namely to publish articles on research results covering all study programs at the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education from all over Indonesia, we even opened up opportunities for articles from abroad to talk about education. The focus and scope of the article includes curriculum, educators, students, learning environment, assessment and evaluation of education/learning. All educational science clusters can be covered, including science education, social education, vocational education, education management, educational technology, and character education. This journal has been accredited by Sinta 4 starting with volume 9 publication number 1 in 2018.</p> Educational System In Indonesia 2024-02-17T06:46:09+07:00 Kukuh Wurdianto Dewi Ratna Juwita Yossita Wisman Bernisa Bernisa <p>The educational system in Indonesia is based on the national education system. However, there is a gap between the ideals and the reality. This can be seen from many faktors such as the weakness in management sector, the low support from the government and the community, low learning effectivity and efficiency, educational resource inferiority, and the low standard of learning. As a result, the expectations of a good education system is still far from satisfaction. Many solutions have been proposed including updating the curriculum nationally, but still many serious constraints are faced. These circumstances then require systematic reformulation by considering many faktor namely the politic, economic, social and cultural aspects of Indonesia.</p> 2024-01-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Kukuh Wurdianto, Dewi Ratna Juwita, Yossita Wisman, Bernisa Bernisa The Relationship Between Nutritional Status and Physical Fitness Level of Students at SMA Negeri 1 Kahayan Hilir, Pulang Pisau Regency 2024-02-17T06:47:14+07:00 Cukei Cukei Bernisa Bernisa Siskaevia Siskaevia <p>Physical fitness is a person's ability to carry out daily activities optimally without experiencing significant fatigue and still having energy reserves to carry out the next activity. In physical fitness there are several influencing factors, namely internal and external factors. Internal factors include genetics, age, gender, while external factors are nutritional status, physical activity, exercise habits and others. This research aims to determine the relationship between nutritional status and the level of physical fitness of students at SMA Negeri 1 Kahayan Hilir, Pulang Regency. Knife. This research is correlational research with a non-experimental research design. The population in this study were students of SMA Negeri 1 Kahayan Hilir, Pulang Pisau Regency with a population of 280 students and the sample for this study was class X, class sampling. The instrument in this study uses nutritional status measurements based on Body Mass Index according to Age (BMI/U), while to measure physical fitness levels using the MFT (Multistage fitness test) test instrument. For data analysis used is the gamma correlation coefficient. From the results of statistical calculations it shows a value of 0.227 and a sig of 0.564, this shows that sig (0.564) &gt; alpha 0.05 which means that H0 is accepted and H1 is rejected. Thus, it can be concluded that there is no significant relationship between nutritional status and the level of physical fitness of students at SMA Negeri 1 Kahayan Hilir, Pulang Pisau Regency, because there are several other factors that influence the level of physical fitness, for example physical activity and exercise habits.</p> 2024-01-12T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Cukei Cukei, Bernisa Bernisa, Siskaevia Siskaevia The Impact of the Student Teams Achievement Division (STAD) Cooperative Learning Model on Learning Outcomes of Basic Basketball Passing Techniques 2024-02-11T21:46:05+07:00 Garry William Dony Bernisa Bernisa Yossita Wisman <p>This research aimed fo know the effect of cooperative learning model, its type was student teams achievement division (STAD) to learning output of basic technique passing of basket ball (chest pass and over head pass). This research by using the pre-test post-test control group design. This research was done to seventh grade students in SMP Negeri 9 Palangka Raya academic year 2023/2023 with sampel which were 52 students. They were distributen into two classes namely VIIB and VIIF classes it classes namely VIIB and VIIF classes. It used simple random sampling data of learning outcome consists of 1.) cognitive aspect using multiple choice test, 2.) affective aspect, using students attitude observation, 3.) psychomotoric aspect, using basket ball passing observation. Analyzing data consists of. 1.) prerequisite test, using normality test applying kolmogorov-smirnov and homogeneity test applying Levene’s test of equality of error variance,&nbsp; and 2.) hypothesis test, using t-test on significant standard 0.05. According prerequisite test it was got the result that data have normal distribution and homogent t-test showed that t<sub>count</sub> = 4.334 while t<sub>table</sub> =1675, and it has significant value using t-test which was p&lt;0.00. Supporting the result of analyzing data and discussion, the candusion of this research is implementation of cooperative learning model STAD had significant effect on learning output of basket ball passing of 7 th-grade students in SMP Negeri 7 Palangka Raya academic year 2023/2023. Heance,it hoped that penjasorkes teachers can apply cooperative learning model STAD type, because it was seen that it has significant effect on students learning outcome.</p> 2024-02-09T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Garry William Dony, Bernisa Bernisa, Yossita Wisman Environmental Education to Improve Students' Ecoliteracy 2024-02-11T21:47:19+07:00 Yossita Wisman Joko Santoso <p><em>As time goes by, the population is increasing. With the increasing population, it causes environmental problems. Environmental problems occur due to the greed of humans to exploit nature. Humans are no longer thinking about the impacts of their exploitation. Along with the occurrence of these problems, environmental education was held in schools. The aim is that with this environmental education it is hoped that students will understand more about how their environment is, about what impacts will occur if they overexploit nature. The purpose of this study was to find out how environmental education increases ecoliteracy. The method in this research is library research (library research). The result is that environmental education in schools can increase students' ecoliteracy competence.</em></p> 2024-02-11T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Yossita Wisman, Joko Santso BIPA Innovative Study Through Central HISKI Webinar 27 December 2023 2024-02-19T09:00:52+07:00 Misnawati Misnawati <p>Learning Indonesian for Foreign Speakers (BIPA) is an important aspect in supporting the spread and understanding of Indonesian culture internationally. In the context of BIPA learning innovation, Prof. Uli Kozok from the University of Hawai'i at Manoa has implemented two forms of learning that emphasize two main approaches. According to Prof. Uli Kozok has two forms of BIPA learning, namely: (1) Synchronous, carried out using direct communication technology such as TV, Zoom and Skype. (2) Asynchronous, learning can be done with flexibility via the internet, such as via the world wide web (WWW).</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Keywords:</strong> BIPA, synchronous, and asynchronous</p> 2024-02-17T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Misnawati Misnawati Monomorphemic Forms of the Fisheries Ecolexicon in Malay in Kuala Tanjung Village, Sei Suka District, Batu Bara Regency, North Sumatra 2024-02-20T18:57:04+07:00 Nurmila Syaliha Simbolon Emilda Emilda Safriandi Safriandi <p>This research examines the fisheries ecolexicon in Malay in Kuala Tanjung Village, Sei Suka District, Batu Bara Regency, North Sumatra. The aim of this research is to describe the form of fisheries ecolexicon units in Malay based on monomorphism in Kuala Tanjung Village, Sei Suka District, Batu Bara Regency, North Sumatra. This type of research uses a descriptive qualitative approach. The data sources for this research are fishermen and books related to the fisheries ecolexicon. This research data collection technique uses the listening and speaking method. The results of the research show that the fisheries ecolexicon in Malay in Kuala Tanjung Village, Sei Suka District, Batu Bara Regency, North Sumatra produces a monomorphemic lexicon consisting of 50 lexicons.</p> 2024-02-17T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Nurmila Syaliha Simbolon, Emilda Emilda, Safriandi Safriandi Student Responses to the Implementation of Research-Based Learning on the Topic of Fluid Flow 2024-02-25T22:23:39+07:00 Gunarjo Suryanto Budi Fenno Farcis Theo Jhoni Hartanto Umi Amanda Putri Kristanoval Siloam <p>Physics subjects are one of the subjects that can develop analytical, critical, inductive and deductive abilities in solving problems through scientific activities. However, several research results show that physics is a subject that is less popular because most students consider physics to be abstract, difficult to understand, and not related to life, which has an impact on students' low understanding of physics. This research aims to describe student responses to research-based learning on fluid flow material. The participants were students in the second year of the Physics Education Study Program, FKIP, Palangka Raya University, consisting of 20 people taking the Thermodynamics lecture. The instrument used is a questionnaire response to a concept understanding test. The research results showed that students responded positively to the research-based learning they had participated in. Based on this research, research-based learning activities can be considered as an alternative for carrying out meaningful learning activities, especially in physics learning.</p> 2024-02-20T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Gunarjo Suryanto Budi, Fenno Farcis, Theo Jhoni Hartanto, Umi Amanda Putri, Kristanoval Siloam Management of Educational Facilities and Infrastructure in Improving the Quality of Education for Students at the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Palangka Raya University 2024-02-25T22:28:10+07:00 Bernisa Bernisa Dedy Norsandi Yossita Wisman <p>This investigation aims finding out about the management of educational infrastructure and amenities in the Faculty of Social Sciences Of Palangkaraya. The focus of this research is quality improvement. The goal of this study is to find out the management of infrastructure and facilities for education. This research uses a qualitative use a descriptive tack when approaching. The data a source for this study was based on conversations with the Head of Study Program, students and cleaning staff. The discussion's conclusions obtained from this study are to improve the level of instruction with good infrastructure and facilities management in education. The description of the discussion obtained, namely; (1) The Role of Infrastructure and facilities for education. (2) Distribution of Educational Infrastructure and Facilities. (3) Utilization of Educational Infrastructure and Facilities. The conclusion from this discussion is the importance of managing infrastructure and educational facilities to improve the effectiveness of learning quality.</p> 2024-02-22T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Bernisa Bernisa, Dedy Norsandi, Yossita Wisman Moral Values In The Tradition of Pantun Returns in Marriage in Tanjung Pura Diatrict, Langkat District 2024-03-10T05:06:32+07:00 Trisfayani Trisfayani Della Mailani Reza Pahlevi Ginting <p>This research aims to describe the types of moral values ​​and forms of conveying moral values ​​in the tradition of reciprocating rhymes at weddings in Tanjung Pura District, Langkat Regency. The research method used is descriptive qualitative. Data collection techniques in this research are documentation, recording, listening and taking notes. The data used in this research are words sung by poets or telangkai during wedding parties in Tanjung Pura District, Langkat Regency. The data source for this research is poets or telangkai who sing pantun. Based on the research results, 27 types of moral values ​​were found. These types of moral values ​​are divided into three, namely (1) the relationship between humans and themselves with 3 data, (2) the relationship between humans and other humans with 21 data, and (3) the relationship between humans and God with 3 data. The form of conveying moral values ​​is divided into two, namely (1) the direct form of delivery with 17 data, and (2) the indirect form of delivery with 10 data.<br>Keywords: Moral Values, Tradition of Reciprocating Rhymes, Marriage</p> 2024-03-04T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Trisfayani Trisfayani, Della Mailani, Reza Pahlevi Ginting Applying Flipped Classroom Model To Improve Student Activities And Learning Outcomes On Chemical Equilibrium Material 2024-03-18T10:23:09+07:00 Febrian Solikhin Hanif Nur Fadhil <p>This research is classroom action research (CAR) with the aim of improving students’ activities and learning outcomes in chemical equilibrium material by implementing the flipped classroom learning model. This research was conducted at SMAN 7 Bengkulu City with the research subjects being 38 students of class XI MIPA 4. The stages carried out were using the stages developed by Kemmis and McTaggart which included planning, action, observation and reflection in one cycle. This PTK is implemented in 2 cycles with each cycle consisting of 2 meetings. The instruments used were student learning activity observation sheets and test instruments. The results obtained were that student learning activity increased from 69.1% in cycle I to 87.02% in cycle II. Meanwhile, learning outcomes also increased from 61% in cycle I to 94% in cycle II.</p> 2024-03-14T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Febrian Solikhin, Hanif Nur Fadhil Improving the Management of Educational Facilities and Infrastructure to Improve the Quality of Learning at SMP Negeri 9 Palangka Raya 2024-03-18T10:25:59+07:00 Marni Marni Dedy Norsandi Yossita Wisman <p>Management of facilities and infrastructure is very important because by managing the facilities and infrastructure of educational institutions, their use will be maintained and clear. In managing the school, the school must be responsible for the facilities and infrastructure, especially the school principal who directly handles the facilities and infrastructure. And the school must be able to maintain and pay attention to existing school facilities and infrastructure. So, with the facilities and infrastructure in schools, students can learn optimally and as efficiently as possible. So the management of facilities and infrastructure must be emphasized even more in educational institutions such as schools. And someone must be responsible for managing the facilities and infrastructure. By managing the facilities and infrastructure in the school, the principal can plan and record what facilities and infrastructure must be used in the school. If all management steps have gone well as expected, it will have a positive impact on students in the teaching and learning process and achieving educational goals effectively and efficiently. So education administrators, whether the government, school principals, teachers, other school personnel or the community, need to continue to strive to improve the quality of education in line with the demands of the times.</p> 2024-03-18T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Marni Marni, Dedy Norsandi, Yossita Wisman Multivariate Analysis of Variance (MANOVA) in the Field of Health and Mathematics and Natural Sciences Education 2024-04-05T19:08:58+07:00 Indarini Dwi Pursitasari Bibit Harianto Sinta Srie Wulan Dody Hermanto Didit Ardianto <p>Multivariate Analysis of Variance (MANOVA) is a quantitative data analysis technique to determine the significance of differences in more than two means of dependent variables. The Manova requirements test includes multivariate normality test with Mardia test and covariance matrix homogeneity test with Box's M test. There are several Manova test statistics, namely Wilks' Lambda, Pillai, Lawley-Hotelling, and Roy's Largest Root. The difficulty of multivariate analysis in calculations that are too complicated has been solved by the existence of statistical software that is increasingly sophisticated, so that it is able to explain the changes or effects of the treatment given and its interactions.The purpose of this study is to analyze the use of Manova in MIPA and health education research. The method used is literature review. The results showed that the use of Manova test in Thus, although both involve scientific approaches and data analysis, health and education research have different methodological characteristics and variable focus.</p> 2024-04-05T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Indarini Dwi Pursitasari, Bibit Harianto, Sinta Srie Wulan, Dody Hermanto, Didit Ardianto Education the Danger of Rabies Through Communication Media for Elementary School Students in Tumbang Jalemu Village, Manuhing District, Gunung Mas Regency 2024-05-15T17:10:13+07:00 Eshariyani <p>The aim of this research is to increase elementary school children's insight into the spread of rabies and diseases caused by bites from pets infected with rabies and to find out steps to prevent the transmission of rabies or what is known as animals that transmit rabies to humans. Education activities regarding the dangers of rabies were carried out in Tumbang Jalemu Village, Manuhin District, Gunung Mas Regency, Central Kalimantan. Methods include: counseling, discussions and questions and answers, distributing posters and distributing rabies danger stickers. The results of the first research, through information, educate elementary school students to be more aware of the dangers of the rabies virus which is transmitted through pets, especially dogs; secondly, students, teachers and parents are motivated to prevent transmission from the saliva of animals infected with the rabies virus, considering the importance of health for children; third, with this extension activity, elementary school students receive information about the dangers of the rabies virus, and learn about the characteristics of animals infected with rabies, and steps to handle if they are bitten so they don't contract rabies.</p> 2024-05-07T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Eshariyani Role of Kampus Mengajar Batch 5 in Technology Adaptation for Teacher of SDN 3 Petuk Katimpun 2024-05-15T17:12:02+07:00 Tarita Aprilani Sitinjak <p>Technology adaptive in targeted schools are one of the teaching campuss programs for interesting learning, increasing study motivation and study result of students. However in SDN 3 petuk Katimpun the teacher still using a convention learning model. The research aim is to understand the role of the teaching campuss in technology adaption for teacher in SDN 3 Petuk Katimpun. The reseach was used a descriptive qualitative method and was held in a month. Data collected by doing observation, interview and documentation. The result show that after the mentoring about adaptive technology was held by the researcher and member of the teaching campuss, the teacher was able to produce an interesting media learning and the teaching campuss has important role in order to increase the capability of teacher’s technology adaptation</p> 2024-05-15T10:26:29+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Tarita Aprilani Sitinjak Enhancing Students' Mathematics Engagement, Communication, Collaboration, and Learning Outcomes through the Implementation of PBL Model 2024-05-28T08:31:37+07:00 Arbain Arbain Novi Anjani La Ode Sirad Halidin Halidin <p>The underlying basis of this research is the identification of several issues at MTS An-Nur Rantebaru, namely the traditional nature of teaching, limited learning resources relying on teacher explanations, students' difficulties in solving mathematical problems, and the average mathematics learning outcomes of students falling below the Minimum Mastery Criteria (MMC). This classroom action research was conducted as an effort to improve teaching with the aim of enhancing students' engagement, communication, collaboration, and mathematics learning outcomes through the application of the PBL model, combined with lecture methods, peer teaching, and discussions, as well as the use of worksheets. The subjects of this research were 25 seventh-grade students at MTS An-Nur Rantebaru. Data analysis techniques involved qualitative and quantitative descriptive analysis. The results of the research showed an increase in both student and teacher activities in the learning process in each meeting of every cycle. Likewise, students' engagement, communication, collaboration, and learning outcomes improved in each meeting. The research was deemed successful in the second cycle with the following achievements: the implementation of teaching activities for teachers reached 95.24%; student activities reached 82.22%; 80% of students were categorized as active or highly active; 84% of students were communicative or highly communicative; 88% of students were collaborative or highly collaborative; and 84% of students met or exceeded the MMC score.</p> 2024-05-21T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Arbain Arbain, Novi Anjani, La Ode Sirad, Halidin Halidin Development Of Mobile-Learning SARITHA-Apps To Improve Learning Outcomes And Critical Thinking Of Undergraduate Biology Education Students, Palangka Raya University 2024-05-28T08:33:40+07:00 Elda Susanti E. B. Dopo Agus Haryono Saritha Kittie Uda <p>This research aims to develop mobile-learning SARITHA-Apps, describe product validity, analyze the development of mobile-learning SARITHA-Apps towards improving learning outcomes and critical thinking of undergraduate students in the Biology Education Study Program, FKIP Palangka Raya University. This research refers to the ADDIE development design and data collection using questionnaire sheets, media expert assessment sheets and material expert assessment sheets. The research results show: (1) one product has been produced as a result of the development of Mobile-Learning Environmental Science material, namely the SARITHA-Apps Mobile-Learning Application; (2) The average result of the Expert Team's assessment of the suitability of the SARITHA-Apps Mobile-Learning Application instrument and product is 91%, which means it is in the "Very Feasible" qualification; (2) The SARITHA-Apps Mobile-Learning application is able to improve student learning outcomes for environmental science material, namely with an N-Gain of 0.4, which means it is in the "Medium" category; (3) Student learning outcomes according to critical thinking skills from the questions given, it was found that the explanation indicator had the highest percentage increase value, namely 6% compared to the percentage increase in other critical thinking indicators, where the self-regulation indicator was 5%, while the analysis and analysis indicators inference of 2%.</p> 2024-05-21T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Elda Susanti E. B. Dopo, Agus Haryono, Saritha Kittie Uda