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The Profile of Students Activities; Before, During and After Learning Fikriyanda Fikriyanda; Daharnis Daharnis; Verlanda Yuca
International Journal of Research in Counseling and Education Vol 3, No 1 (2019): International Journal of Research in Counseling and Education
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Padang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (566.143 KB) | DOI: 10.24036/0077za0002

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Learning activities are a learning effort by students in physical, mental, intellectual, and emotional aspects from the to hard observed activities that happened inside or outside the classroom. This study describes students learning activities that will impact on student learning outcomes. The method used is descriptive-analysis with a 167 students sample that using proportional random sampling technique, used a questionnaire . The instrument used is a questionnaire. The result of the research is it includes the students learning activities in Junior High school in the medium category which comprises learning activities before learning in school, learning during school, and after learning in school. The implications of this research can be a reference and input for Counselor to improve students learning activities at 19 Junior High school in Bandung.
KONTRIBUSI CULTURE SHOCK TERHADAP SELF ADJUSTMENT MAHASISWA KELAS INTERNASIONAL UNIVERSITAS NEGERI PADANG Puji Gusri Handayani; Verlanda Yuca
Jurnal Neo Konseling Vol 1, No 3 (2019): Jurnal Neo Konseling
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Padang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24036/00207kons2019

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This study aims to describe culture shock and self adjustment on students, and examine the contribution of culture shock to student self adjustment. The population is the international class students of Padang State University as many as 212 students using simple random sampling techniques. The research method uses descriptive and regression. The instruments used were "Inventory Culture Shock" (ICS) with a reliability of 0.74 and "Inventory Self Adjusment Puji and Verlanda" (ISAPUVE) with a reliability of 0.80. The conclusion of this research is that there is a contribution of culture shock to the self adjusmnet of international class students at Universitas Negeri Padang.
Preliminary Study: Sleep Duration and Sleep Quality in Male College Students Elrisfa Magistarina; Zakwan Adri; Verlanda Yuca
Jurnal Neo Konseling Vol 3, No 3 (2021): Jurnal Neo Konseling
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24036/00618kons2021

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College students are in the period of transition from adolescence to adulthood. This transition period can bring some obstacles for them, for example, disruption in sleeping pattern. According to Tsai & Li (2004), emerging adults usually have sleep deprivation. Another recent study found that college-age teens or emerging adults do have changes in sleep patterns (Lund, Reider, Whiting, & Prichard, 2010). Those emerging adults tend to stay up late and then delay waking up-time. Based on the initial interview, many students complaint that sleep later affects their academic performance, for instance, being late to the class; daytime sleepiness; and difficulties in paying attention in the class. Thus, we would like to examine the relationship between the duration of sleep with sleep quality. The result shows that there was a significant and negative correlation between sleep duration and sleep quality, which means that the sleep quality was slightly determine by how long someone sleeps. Besides, only 5% of the respondents are not using their gadget before bed. The use of gadget affects sleep difficulties and lead to poor sleep quality. Thus, the result of this research will be used as our initial data to study further
Factors Affecting Student’s Burnout In Online Learning Rahmi Dwi Febriani; Triyono Triyono; Rezki Hariko; Verlanda Yuca; Elrisfa Magistarina
Jurnal Neo Konseling Vol 3, No 3 (2021): Jurnal Neo Konseling
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Padang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24036/00567kons2021

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The Pandemic of Corona Virus Disease (Covid-19) has a significant impact on various sectors of life, including the education sector.The learning process, which was initially carried out in person or face-to-face, is now carried out online.This virtual learning implementation has a negative impact on students' psychology, one of which is the burnout study.Several research results show that many students have difficulty understanding the material provided online, the task demands are high, and cannot interact directly with friends and lecturers.Furthermore, this increases the burnout of the study in students and causes the lecture process to be not optimal.Burnout study is a condition in which an individual feels physically and emotionally exhausted, causing boredom in learning, indifference to academic assignments, lack of motivation, laziness, and decreased learning achievement.Current research uses literature review by looking for theoretical references that are relevant to the problems found.
An Intervention: Gadget-Free to Improve Sleep Quality Elrisfa Magistarina; Zakwan Adri; Verlanda Yuca; Mutiara Fitriani
Jurnal Neo Konseling Vol 3, No 4 (2021): Jurnal Neo Konseling
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Padang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24036/00620kons2021

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Sleep is a necessity of human life. Sleep helps humans to maintain their fitness and physical health. One of the psychological disorders that are difficult to overcome is difficulty sleeping. Sleep difficulties also occur in students who need adequate rest time to study well. Several studies have shown that students experience sleep disturbances and the initial interview conducted by researchers stated that the same case occurred in students of the Psychology Department. This study aims to conduct a Gadget Free (GF) psychological intervention to improve sleep quality in students who have difficulty sleeping. The result shows that there was a significant differences in sleep quality between control group and experimental group. In addition, according to NGain Score, the intervention was effective to improve the sleep quality of respondent who was in the experimental group. Furthermore, this intervention can be used to improve the sleep quality in more widen community.
A Descriptive Study about Passion in Universitas Negeri Padang’s Alumni in the Workplace Elrisfa Magistarina; Verlanda Yuca; Rahayu Hardianti Utami; Rahmi Dwi Febriani
Jurnal Neo Konseling Vol 3, No 3 (2021): Jurnal Neo Konseling
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24036/00560kons2021

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A supportive job is when someone enjoys their work; they feel that they can develop and achieve goals. In this context, supportive means a job that is related to their Passion. However, people nowadays seem to have dissatisfaction with their occupation that is not related to their Passion. It requires the students to get more information about their Passion and a job related to it before starting their careers. This study has 261 respondents that come from the alumni of UNP. The data collection was a questionnaire TYPI (Tari Yuca Passion Inventory) about Passion with 43-items and a descriptive statistic used to analyze the data. The result found that there was incongruence between their study and job that related to their Passion. Hence, the contribution of several stakeholders, such as the university, lecturers, academic advisors, and counseling service, is needed.
The Importance of Parents Support in Student Learning Problems Nurul Novia; Yusri Yusri; Yeni Karneli; Verlanda Yuca
Jurnal Neo Konseling Vol 2, No 2 (2020): Jurnal Neo Konseling
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Padang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24036/00297kons2020

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The implementation of the teaching and learning process is inseparable from various learning problems. In the problems experienced by students need to be created an atmosphere of active learning. One factor is the family environment. The relationship between parent and child has a very big influence on children's learning outcomes. Therefore, problems or obstacles experienced by children can be influenced by parents. There’s till found learning problems of children caused by lack of parental support. So it can be concluded the relationship of parental support with learning problems is the provision of support provided by parents such as student interaction or communication with parents. For advice this issue is a good relationship between parents and children. And also parental care is needed in shaping learning skills. This paper will describe the form of learning problems and aspects of parental support and their implications in guidance and counseling.
Pelatihan untuk Meningkatkan Keterampilan Guru dalam Mengelola Interaksi dan Aktivitas Belajar Daring Menggunakan Aplikasi Padlet Nofrion Nofrion; Rahmi Dwi Febriani; Erwin Pri Utomo; Saddam Al Aziz; Verlanda Yuca; Sulis Purwanto
Dikmas: Jurnal Pendidikan Masyarakat dan Pengabdian Vol 2, No 2 (2022): June
Publisher : Magister Pendidikan Nonformal Pascasarjana Universitas Negeri Gorontalo

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37905/dikmas.2.2.281-294.2022

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This Community Service Program aims to improve teacher skills in managing student interactions and learning activities in online learning using the Padlet application. This PKM is based on obstacles in online learning faced by teachers, namely difficulties in supervising and ensuring students learn, observing students and limited opportunities to respond to students. This PKM was carried out for five months involving 28  teachers of sekolah pembanguan laboratorium, Universitas Negeri Padang. PKM activities include, 1) socialization and training, 2) dissemination, 4) teacher implementation and reflection. After participating in this PKM, both as a model teacher and as a learning observer, the teacher claimed to have gained knowledge and skills in managing interactions and online learning activities which was marked by the opening of opportunities for teachers to supervise and observe student learning activities and provide responses to students. This makes interaction and learning activities increase so that online learning becomes more lively and interesting. As a follow-up to this PKM, most teachers expect a sustainable mentoring program.Program Kemitraan Masyarakat ini bertujuan untuk meningkatkan keterampilan guru dalam mengelola interaksi dan aktivitas belajar siswa dalam pembelajaran daring dengan menggunakan aplikasi Padlet. PKM ini didasari oleh kendala dalam pembelajaran daring yang dihadapi guru yaitu kesulitan dalam mengawasi dan memastikan siswa belajar, mengobservasi siswa dan terbatasnya kesempatan untuk memberikan respon kepada siswa. PKM ini dilakukan selama lima bulan dengan melibatkan 28 orang guru sekolah pembangunan laboratorium Universitas Negeri Padang. Kegiatan PKM meliputi, 1) sosialisasi dan pelatihan, 2) diseminasi, 4) implementasi oleh guru dan refleksi. Setelah mengikuti PKM inibaik sebagai guru model maupun observer pembelajaran, guru mengaku mendapatkan pengetahuan dan keterampilan dalam mengelola interaksi dan aktivitas belajar daring yang ditandai dengan terbukanya kesempatan bagi guru untuk mengawasi dan mengobservasi aktivitas belajar siswa serta memberi respon kepada siswa. Hal ini membuat interaksi dan aktivitas belajar meningkat sehingga pembelajaran daring menjadilebih hidup dan menarik. Sebagai tindak lanjut PKM ini, sebagian besar guru mengharapkan adanya program pendampingan berkelanjutan.
The Differences in Body Image in terms of Gender, Cultural Background, and Students Admission Path Verlanda Yuca; Triave Nuzila Zahri; Elrisfa Magistarina
International Journal of Research in Counseling and Education Vol 4, No 2 (2020): International Journal of Research in Counseling and Education
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Padang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24036/00403za0002

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As a part of physiological needs, human physical appearance is considered an essential part of people's lives. That integral part determines the formation of body image in the community. Body image is a mental picture of the body state. The development of student body image is not well-formed, so that it affects their life. In the lecture process, students tend to be inactive and have low self-esteem, which impact student life. Some factors that affect the body image are gender, cultural background, and the admission way. This study aims to describe the body image in terms of gender, cultural background, student's admission way, and the group's interaction. This study used a descriptive comparative method with 600 samples—the data collection using Yuca Puji Body-Image Inventory (YPBI) and ANOVA as an analyzing tool. The result shows significant differences in body image in terms of gender, cultural background, and admission. The results of this research can prove that student can develop body image in a positive direction. This result of the study will be used as a basic concept to determine a body image module.
Stress and anxiety among late adulthood in Indonesia during COVID-19 outbreak Ifdil Ifdil; Verlanda Yuca; Frischa Meivilona Yendi
JPPI (Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan Indonesia) Vol 6, No 2 (2020): JPPI (Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan Indonesia)
Publisher : Indonesian Institute for Counseling, Education and Theraphy (IICET)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29210/02020612

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This study analyzes the condition of stress and anxiety in late adulthood in Indonesia during the COVID-19 pandemic based on demographics. The research used quantitative methods with an online survey by survey monkey program involved 669 respondents based on twelve ethnicities in Indonesia. The data of this research analysis by the Rasch analysis model. The results showed generally experienced stress and anxiety in the moderate category although some respondents also experienced stress and anxiety in mild and severe categories, and only a small proportion was in the normal category. The need for continued treatment requires counselors, psychologists, and other relevant therapists.