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<p> ISBN: 978-1-5108-4501-5 </p> <p>1st Yogyakarta International Conference on Educational Management/Administration and Pedagogy (YICEMAP 2017) </p> <p>Yogyakarta, Indonesia 13 May 2017 </p> <p>Editor: Cepi Safruddin Abdul Jabar </p> <p>Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research Volume 66 </p> <p>Global Education Framework; Evolving Policies, Innovating Practices and Transforming Learning </p> <p>Printed from e-media with permission by: </p> <p>Curran Associates, Inc. 57 Morehouse Lane </p> <p>Red Hook, NY 12571 </p> <p>Some format issues inherent in the e-media version may also appear in this print version. Copyright (2017) by Atlantis Press All rights reserved. http://www.atlantis-press.com/php/pub.php?publication=yicemap-17 Printed by Curran Associates, Inc. (2017) For permission requests, please contact the publisher: Atlantis Press Amsterdam / Paris Email: contact@atlantis-press.com Additional copies of this publication are available from: Curran Associates, Inc. 57 Morehouse Lane Red Hook, NY 12571 USA Phone: 845-758-0400 Fax: 845-758-2633 Email: curran@proceedings.com Web: www.proceedings.com </p> <p>TABLE OF CONTENTS </p> <p>1. EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT/ADMINISTRATION/LEADERSHIP IMPLEMENTATION OF SCHOOL-BASED MANAGEMENT IN THE CITY OF PADANG IMPLEMENTATION OF SCHOOL-BASED MANAGEMENT IN PADANG INDONESIA ....................................... 1</p> <p>Hadiyanto Hadiyanto, Yulianto Santoso </p> <p>THE EFFECT OF TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP, WORK CULTURE, SELF LEARNING AND WORK COMMITMENT TOWARDS TEACHER'S PERFORMANCE ........................................ 5</p> <p>Lisa Gracia Kailola </p> <p>GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING COMPREHENSIVE: EVALUATION IMPLEMENATION GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING PROGRAM .............................................................................................................. 11</p> <p>Supriyanto Agus, Irvan Budhi Handaka </p> <p>CULTURAL QUALITY REVITALIZATION MODEL IN STRENGTHENING THE HIGHER EDUCATION CAPACITY BUILDING 'GOOD LEARNING CULTURE' .................................................................. 17</p> <p>Syarifuddin Achmad, Syamsu Qamar Badu </p> <p>THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEARNING MOTIVATION AND LEARNING OUTCOME OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN YOGYAKARTA ......................................................................................... 26</p> <p>Said Alhadi, Wahyu Nanda Eka Saputra </p> <p>STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AS THE INTERNATIONALIZATION POLICY OF INDONESIAN ISLAMIC HIGHER EDUCATION ......................................................................................................... 30</p> <p>Irwan Irwan, Mahmud Mahmud </p> <p>BARRIERS TO WOMEN'S CAREER ADVANCEMENT IN INDONESIAN ACADEMIA: A QUALITATIVE EMPIRICAL STUDY ............................................................................................................................ 37</p> <p>Nur Kholis </p> <p>STUDENT COMMITMENT TO DO LECTURE TASK OBSERVED FROM MOTIVATION TO ACHIEVEMENT................................................................................................................................................................. 45</p> <p>Fitriani Fitriani </p> <p>THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SPORTS SCHOOL IN MALAYSIA A PILOT STUDY IN SPORTS SCHOOL OF PAHANG STATE ....................................................................................................................................... 50</p> <p>Mohammad Bin Seman, Tan Kuan Tee, Muhammad Faizal Bin A. Ghani </p> <p>DEVELOPMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION SERVICE MODEL THROUGH TOTAL QUALITY SERVICE OF THREE PILLARS OF TERTIARY EDUCATION IN UNIVERSITAS NEGERI GORONTALO..................................................................................................................................................................... 59</p> <p>Ismet Sulila </p> <p>INSTITUTIONAL STRATEGIES TO MAKE EXCELLENT SCHOOLS ................................................................... 64Cepi Safruddin Abdul Jabar </p> <p>ROLE IN IMPROVING ACADEMIC SUPERVISION OF TEACHERS' PROFESSIONALISM AT SUDIRMAN II PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MAKASSAR .............................................................................. 69</p> <p>Ratmawati Ratmawati, Ardiansyah Ardiansyah, Andi Mappincara </p> <p>THE PRINCIPAL'S SKILLS IN IMPLEMENTING THE IMPROVEMENT OF LEARNING EXCELLENCE (MULTI-CASE STUDY AT THREE EXCELLENT SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS IN SEMARANG) ...................................................................................................................................................................... 74</p> <p>Karwanto Karwanto </p> <p>MANAGING TEACHER EDUCATOR TO IMPROVE PROFESSIONAL TEACHER ............................................. 78Udik Budi Wibowo, Arum Dwi Hastutiningsih </p> <p>THE INFLUENCE OF SOFT AND HARD QUALITY MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE AT THE VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOLS.............................................. 82</p> <p>Giri Wiyono </p> <p>THE MODEL DEVELOPMENT OF PRIMARY SCHOOL PRINCIPAL'S COMPETENCE IN PURWOREJO ..................................................................................................................................................................... 86</p> <p>Nurtanio Agus Purwanto </p> <p>ANALYSIS OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL HEADMASTER CANDIDATE'S COMPETENCE IN JOMBANG EAST JAVA .................................................................................................................................................... 93</p> <p>Desi Eri Kusumaningrum, Djum Djum Noor Benty, Raden Bambang Sumarsono </p> <p>SCHOOL-BASED NEEDS ASSESSMENT OF TEACHERS DEVELOPMENT ......................................................... 97Baiquni Rahmat </p> <p>THE INSTITUTIONAL INTEGRITY OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS........................................................................ 101Meilina Bustari </p> <p>SOCIAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROVISION FOR POOR STUDENTS IN PRIMARY SCHOOL................................................................................ 104</p> <p>Sudiyono Sudiyono </p> <p>THE ROLE OF SATYA WACANA CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY IN PREPARING FOR ICT COMMUNITY................................................................................................................................................................... 108</p> <p>Slameto Slameto </p> <p>STUDY OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF HUMAN CAPITAL INVESTMENT ......................................................... 114Fitri Nurmahmudah, Lantip Diat Prasojo, Edison Ompe, Novri Pahrizal </p> <p>THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERFORMANCE EVALUATION MODEL IN THE ACADEMIC SUPERVISION SCHOOL TO IMPROVE HIGH SCHOOL QUALITY .................................................................... 119</p> <p>Lia Yuliana, Eka Sapti Cahyaningrum </p> <p>PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT IN INDONESIA: A STUDY ON TWO PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN MAKASSAR ...................................................................................................................................................................... 126</p> <p>St. Syamsudduha, Dion Ginanto </p> <p>THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ONE ROOF SCHOOL PROGRAM IN MAGELANG INDONESIA.......................... 131Wiwik Wijayanti </p> <p>THE FACTORS OF TEACHER LEADERSHIP BEHAVIORS ON SPORT CLASS................................................ 134Pandit Isbianti </p> <p> 2. ISLAMIC EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT OF ISLAMIC HIGH BOARDING SCHOOL 'ROUDLOTUL ULUM'................................................................................................................................................................................ 139</p> <p>Achmad Slamet, Ibnu Hadjar, Mustaqim Mustaqim </p> <p>EDUCATIONAL IMPROVEMENT TOWARDS EFFECTIVE MADRASAH .......................................................... 147Nurkolis Nurkolis </p> <p>THE EFFECT OF ISLAMIC WORK ETHICS ON AFFECTIVE COMMITMENT OF VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS ............................................................................................................. 154</p> <p>Umi Anugerah Izzati </p> <p>ICT AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT FOR ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS UNDERSTANDING POLICY AND PRACTICES ........................................................................................................ 159</p> <p>Miftahus Sa'Adah, Siti Nur Hidayah </p> <p>EFFECTS OF COMMITMENT, MOTIVATION, CLIMATE AND AUTHENTIC LEADERSHIP ON THE PERFORMANCE OF MADRASAH TEACHERS ........................................................................................ 165</p> <p>Dedi Achmad Kurniadi, Eka Prihatin, Aan Komariah, Asep Sudarsyah </p> <p> 3. TEACHING AND LEARNING DEVELOPING SUBJECT SPECIFIC PEDAGOGY (SSP) OF PROBLEM BASED LEARNING MODEL IN LABORATORY TO IMPROVE PROBLEM SOLVING ABILITY AND MOTIVATION OF STUDENTS OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ............................................................................................................. 172</p> <p>Godelfridus H. Lamanepa </p> <p>BEING A ROLE MODEL TO MOTIVATE STUDENTS............................................................................................. 178Mega Wati </p> <p>HOW PROJECT BASED LEARNING BOOST LEARNING ENVIRONMENT....................................................... 182Pujiriyanto Pujiriyanto, Samsi Haryanto, Mulyoto Mulyoto, Dewi Rochsantiningsih </p> <p>THE INFLUENCE OF PROBLEM BASED LEARNING MODEL AND COGNITIVE STYLE ON THE RESULT OF LEARNING INTERMEDIATE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 2 ................................................ 189</p> <p>Nunuk Suryanti </p> <p>THE EFFECT OF META - CREATIVE LEARNING STRATEGIES TOWARD STUDENT'S CREATIVE PRODUCTS PRACTICED CREATIVITY AND CREATIVE SELF - EFFICACY IN MAKING WOMEN'S CLOTHING IN VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL ................................................................. 197</p> <p>Rahmiati Rahmiati, Saemah Saemah </p> <p>DEVELOPING THE WORKSHEET BOOKS INTEGRATING CHARACTER BUILDING TO TEACH BUDGETING COURSE .................................................................................................................................... 205</p> <p>Benedecta Indah Nugraheni </p> <p>DEVELOPMENT OF MODEL DESIGN USING PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING TO INCREASE THE SCIENTIFIC BEHAVIOR AND CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS ................................................................... 210</p> <p>Yohanes Maria Vianey Mudayen </p> <p>THE QUALITY OF LEARNING IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF LEARNING AS A SYSTEM ................................. 215Anik Ghufron, Deni Hardiyanto </p> <p>TEACHER KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE DEALING WITH STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES IN INCLUSIVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AND IMPLICATIONS TO LEARNING ACCOMMODATION AND MODIFICATION ............................................................................................................. 220</p> <p>Sari Rudiyati, Pujaningsih Pujaningsih, Mumpuniarti Mumpuniarti </p> <p> 4. LANGUAGE EDUCATION A SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING AMONG EASTERN INDONESIAN STUDENTS.............................................................................................................................................. 227</p> <p>Mozes Kurniawan, Elvira Hoesein Radia </p> <p>DEVELOPING SCIENTIFIC WRITING INSTRUCTION EVALUATION INSTRUMENT BY USING A CONSTRUCTIVISM APPROACH................................................................................................................ 233</p> <p>Supriyadi _ </p> <p>CONTRASTIVE ANALYSIS OF INDONESIAN AND JAVANESE LANGUAGES AND ITS PROSPECTIVE IMPLICATION FOR LANGUAGE LEARNING............................................................................. 240</p> <p>Roni Sulistiyono, Pujiati Suyata, Triwati Rahayu </p> <p>EDUCATING THE INDONESIAN LANGUAGE A PROPOSED VERBAL SOCIAL PROJECT FOR THE NATIONAL HARMONY............................................................................................................................... 244</p> <p>Jumanto Jumanto </p> <p>THE IMPLEMENTATION OF GENRE BASED APPROACH TO TEACHING NARRATIVE LISTENING ....................................................................................................................................................................... 251</p> <p>Setyo Prasiyanto Cahyono </p> <p>THE ENGLISH LEARNING MANAGEMENT IN PRIMARY SCHOOL ................................................................. 257Slamet Lestari </p> <p> 5. ICT EDUCATION OPTIMIZING THE ROLES OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY IN THE ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING OUTCOMES..................................................................................................... 262</p> <p>Edy Prayitno, Wahju Tjahjo Saputro, Deborah Kurniawati </p> <p>THE UTILIZING OF PHET SIMULATION AS A COMPUTER-BASED LEARNING MEDIA TO IMPROVE THE UNDERSTANDING OF COLLEGE STUDENT'S PHYSICS CONCEPTS. ................................. 267</p> <p>Isabel Coryunitha Panis, Oktavianus Ama Ki'I </p> <p>ANALYZING STUDENT READINESS OF E-LEARNING IMPLEMENTATION IN MIDDLE SCHOOL ............................................................................................................................................................................ 271</p> <p>Feby Artwodini Muqtadiroh, Amna Ahifia Nisafani, Nadia Silviana </p> <p>FACTORS AFFECTING TEACHER'S INTENTION TO USE E-LEARNING ......................................................... 278Amna Shifia Nisafani, Ryan Arnoldi N. R., Feby Artwodini Muqtadiroh </p> <p>DEVELOPING ON-LINE QUIZZES USING EXELSA MOODLE TO IMPROVE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT IN ECONOMIC OF ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES COURSE ................... 285</p> <p>Kurnia Martikasari </p> <p> 6. HIGHER EDUCATION LEADERSHIP BASED ON THE INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE SYSTEM IN THE CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY OF INDONESIA ............................................................................................................... 289</p> <p>Hotmaulina Sihotang, Bernadetha Nadeak </p> <p>A TRACER STUDY ON THE GRADUATES OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING DEPARTMENT OF AHMAD DAHLAN UNIVERSITY .............................................................................................. 298</p> <p>Sri Hartini, Caraka Putra Bhakti, Dody Hartanto </p> <p>EVALUATION OF INDONESIAN NATIONAL QUALIFICATION FRAMEWORK-BASED LEARNING PROCESS IN FACULTY OF EDUCATION UNIVERSITAS NEGERI YOGYAKARTA ................................................................................................................................................................ 303</p> <p>Wahyuningrum Wahyuningrum </p> <p>DEVELOPING MODEL OF QUALITY ASSURANCE FOR HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTES ................... 309Darwis Darwis, Badeni Badeni, Sudarwan Danim </p> <p> 7. SPECIAL EDUCATION TEXT-TO-SPEECH-BASED TEXTBOOK FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS WITH VISUAL IMPAIRMENTS IN ENGLISH SYNTAX INCLUSIVE LEARNING: A NEED ANALYSIS STUDY..................... 316</p> <p>Sunardi Sunardi, Raden Arief Nugroho, Purwanto Purwanto </p> <p> 8. NONFORMAL EDUCATION COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT THROUGH NETWORKING CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT OF THE TARGET GROUP OF COMMUNITY ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION .............................................. 321</p> <p>Entoh Tohani </p> <p>DESIGN OF TRAINING BASED ON NEEDS TO IMPROVE PEDAGOGIC COMPETENCE OF THE TUTORS .............................................................................................................................................................</p>

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