Puji Yanti Fauziah
Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

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Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pemberdayaan Masyarakat Vol 1, No 2: November 2014
Publisher : Departement of Nonformal Education, Graduate Scholl of Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mendeskripsikan; (1) Partisipasi dan kebutuhan masyarakat terhadap program, pengetahuan peserta didik tentang bengkel. (2) Motivasi, karakteristik peserta didik dan narasumber, pendanaan, sarana dan prasarana. (3) Aktivitas peserta didik selama pelatihan, strategi pembelajaran, dan hubungan antar pribadi. (4) Dampak yang ditimbulkan. (5) Faktor pendukung dan penghambat pelaksanaan program kewirausahaan bengkel di PKBM Tunas Bangsa Tugu Semarang. Penelitian ini merupakan penelitian evaluatif dengan menggunakan model penelitian CIPP. Pengumpulan data menggunakan metode wawancara, dokumentasi, dan observasi. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa; Aspek context menunjukkan kesesuaian antara kebutuhan dan partisipasi, pengetahuan peserta didik tentang bengkel. Aspek input menunjukkan motivasi, karakteristik peserta didik dan narasumber, pendanaan, sarana prasarana dalam kategori baik. Aspek process menunjukkan aktivitas peserta didik, strategi pembelajaran, dan hubungan antar pribadi dalam kategori baik. Aspek product menunjukkan kegiatan program terlaksana dengan baik. Faktor pendukung meliputi motivasi yang tinggi dari peserta didik, sarana prasarana. Adapun kendalanya meliputi kekosongan narasumber dan apabila ada barang/peralatan bengkel hilang.Kata Kunci: pelaksanaan program kewirausahaan, keberhasilan program kewirausahaan. AN EVALUATION OF THE WORKSHOP ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAM FOR THE PACKAGE B LEARNING GROUP IN THE COMMUNITY LEARNING ACTIVITY CENTER OF TUNAS BANGSA, TUGU, SEMARANGAbstractThis study aimed to describe; (1) Participation and community needs of the program, learners knowledge of workshop. (2) Motivation, characteristics learners and speaker, facilities and infrastructure. (3) Activities of students during training, learning strategies, and interper-sonal relationship.(4) Impact. (5) Factors supporting and inhibiting the implementation of the entrepreneurship program in the CLC of Tunas Bangsa Tugu Semarang. This was an evaluation study employing the CIPP. The data were collected through interviews, documentation, and observations. The results are as follows; The context aspect shows a correspondence between the needs and the participants’ participation, and their workshop knowledge. The input aspect shows the participants’ motivation and characteristics, the tutors’ characteristics, the funding, and the infrastructure facilities which are in the good category. The process aspect shows the participants’ activities during the training, the learning strategies, and the interpersonal relationship which are in the good category. The product aspect shows that the activities of the workshop entrepreneurship program can be well implemented. Contributing factors include high motivation, participants’ high motivation, and infrastructure facility availability. As for obstacles include vacancy sources and the loss of the workshop equipment.Keywords: implementation of the entrepreneurship program, success of the entrepreneurship program
Robot Corruption-Detector: Media Pembelajaran Antikorupsi untuk Anak Sari, Ratna Candra; Fauziah, Puji Yanti; Ilyana, Sariyatul; Kurniawan, Erry Eka
Integritas : Jurnal Antikorupsi Vol. 6 No. 1 (2020): INTEGRITAS: Jurnal Antikorupsi
Publisher : Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi

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This study aims to develop an anti-corruption learning media called "Corruption-Detector" Robot and to test its effectiveness in improving the understanding of anti-corruption values. Research and development was implemented by using ADDIE development procedure (Analyze, Design, Develop, Implementation, and Evaluation). (1) Analyze is the process of determining learning goals, identifying children's needs, and determining the appropriate learning media; (2) Design is the process of designing learning media; (3) Develop is validating the learning media; (4) Implementation is a trial of learning media on children; and (5) Evaluation is carried out to analyze the suitability of product to the needs of children and to improve its quality. An experiment was used to test the effectiveness of the learning media. The subject of implementation was students of Bee Smart Al Hafidz Kindergarten Yogyakarta. The results of the study show a significant increase of knowledge on the understanding aspect about honesty and attitude that should be imitated. Although increased understanding of the effects of dishonest is not significant, but it has a fairly strong effect-size.
Entrepreneurial Motivation Through Creative Economy for Assisted Residents Sugito, Sugito; Fauziah, Puji Yanti; Tristanti, Tristanti; Kusumawardani, Erma; Santi, Fitta Ummaya; Dewi, Adin Ariyanti
Journal of Nonformal Education and Community Empowerment Volume 5, No 1 (2021): Juni 2021
Publisher : Jurusan Pendidikan Luar Sekolah Fakultas Ilmu Pendidikan Universitas Negeri Semarang

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Community behavior becomes one thing that affects the imbalance of life because of the emergence of several behaviors that are considered deviant. So that thebarometer of people's behavior cannot be separated from the norms and values inthat society. Nowadays, the correctional facility is still seen as a place / place thatis solely for giving punishment to people who are considered to have committedacts of social deviation. However, the goal of correctional facilities is a correctionalsystem held in order to form prisoners to become fully human, aware of mistakes,improve themselves and not repeat criminal acts so that they can be accepted againin the community. So that this research, which is conducted through participatoryaction research, is focused on increasing the empowerment of assisted residents inprisons which are developed based on the concept of empowerment. Activitiesassociated with current needs are more directed at the creative industry. Thedecoupage training activity carried out as a form of action goes according to plan.And it can provide benefits in increasing knowledge and skills as well asmotivation in entrepreneurship of the assisted residents so that they can becomeprovisions for the inmates after completing a period of detention.
Crossing Views on School and Non-School Learning The Javanese Village of Bejiharjo (Indonesia) and The Gypsy of Perpignan (France) Sendra, Juliette; Fauziah, Puji Yanti
Journal of Nonformal Education Vol 8, No 1 (2022): February: Education Equity, Adult Education
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang

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This article proposes a reflection on the relationship between the school and its reference social environment based on two contexts: the Javanese village of Bejiharjo (Indonesia) and the gypsycommunity of Perpignan (France). In both places, there is a discrepancy in the logic of  action and value systems between formal and non-formal education. The educational goals put forward by national guidelines are not always in coherence with local and community educational logics. The school for these two populations is still generally perceived by families as an institution outside the village (knowledge and aims). This article therefore proposes to look at educational practises and family strategies for (non-) schooling of children within a broad educational context (school and non-school). It will also be a question of uncovering the relationships that are established between the modes of learning developed at school and out of school, both at the level of practice and at the level of the underlying aims. In the Javanese village of Bejiharjo, collective activities involving adults and children are organised in a collaborative manner, while at school the individual action of children is highly valued through competitions or championships, for example. In the gypsy community of Perpignan, learning outside school is based on forms of advanced autonomy or implicit solicitation of the child by the parents. School as a particular form of education brings into play exogenous norms and references within a given social context. We will therefore look at learning modalities and value systems as they emerge on these two terrains and examine how children adapt, negotiate and experience these dissonant logics between the school and non-school space.