Serafin Wisni Septiarti
Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

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Youth involvement: Empowerment effort through child-friendly village program Erma Kusumawardani; Serafin Wisni Septiarti
Masyarakat, Kebudayaan dan Politik Vol. 32 No. 2 (2019): Masyarakat, Kebudayaan dan Politik
Publisher : Faculty of Social and Political Science, Universitas Airlangga

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (292.507 KB) | DOI: 10.20473/mkp.V32I22019.209-216


This study aimed to describe activity within the child-friendly village program youth through participatory activities and youth empowerment. This research is a qualitative approach with a grounded theory method and setting of the research activity is the youth of the Tegalrejo District. Informants in this study include both youth and community leaders. The data collected through means of observation, documentation, and interviews. The data analysis technique used is the interactive analysis. Triangulation is done to explain the validity of the data from various sources. These results indicate that youth empowerment includes: a) the reason for the involvement of the youth including recreational interests, concern for the community, self-awareness, a stepping stone to the level of education, job readiness, and as a form of worship, b) youth empowerment seen from planning, implementation, evaluation, and even development, and c) factors supporting the involvement of the youth, their self-awareness and the support of administrators and community leaders. While the inhibiting factors such as the differences in leisure time, the impact of youth empowerment seen from the personal, academic, and vocational skills gained. Therefore, child-friendly village program it can be one of effort. To conclude, in addition to the youth program from the government, the child-friendly village program is seen to increase youth empowerment. Empowerment showed in the impact of youth involvement in the activities of the child-friendly village program.
Jurnal Ilmiah Visi Vol 15 No 2 (2020): VISI : Jurnal Ilmiah Pendidik dan Tenaga Kependidikan Pendidikan Non Formal
Publisher : Direktorat Pembinaan Guru dan Tenaga Kependidikan Pendidikan Anak Usia Dini Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan bekerjasama dengan Fakultas Ilmu Pendidikan Universitas Negeri Jakarta

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This present study aims to describe the pattern of partnerships between schools and families in basic education as part of character building for students in the context of informal learning in primary schools. The study was conducted using a descriptive qualitative approach with 9 school principals and committee members as participants. Participants were recruited from both public and private schools based on regional representation. Data analysis was conducted inductively by linking of family involvement aspects with interactive analysis. The results showed that character building is the responsibility of both the schools and families which is achieved through priority programs implemented in all elementary schools. These programs involved institutional cooperation, family-school collaboration at home and family-teacher communication. The study also found that involvement in all elementary schools was mostly represented by mothers (85%). Character building can also be done by accelerating school-family partnership in a more informal learning context. Through this families and schools go hand in hand promoting culture of achievement, literacy related habits five principles which comprise smile, greeting, say hello, polite, well-mannered and five involvement which are corporation, community leaders in the villages, universities, family and city government. Involving families in children's education evidently provides confidence, comfort and enthusiasm in learning at home and at school.Artikel ini bertujuan untuk mendeskripsikan pola kemitraan antara keluarga dan sekolah dalam pendidikan dasar sebagai bagian dari pembentukan karakter siswa dalam konteks pembelajaran informal di sekolah dasar. Penelitian ini dilakukan dengan pendekatan kualitatif deskriptif dengan partisipan 9 kepala sekolah dan komite sekolah. Peserta direkrut dari sekolah negeri dan swasta berdasarkan keterwakilan wilayah. Analisis data dilakukan secara induktif dengan mengaitkan aspek keterlibatan keluarga dengan analisis interaktif. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa pembangunan karakter merupakan tanggung jawab sekolah dan keluarga yang dicapai melalui program prioritas yang dilaksanakan di semua sekolah dasar. Program-program ini melibatkan kerjasama kelembagaan, kerjasama keluarga-sekolah di rumah dan komunikasi keluarga-guru. Studi ini juga menemukan bahwa keterlibatan di semua sekolah dasar sebagian besar diwakili oleh ibu (85%). Pengembangan karakter juga dapat dilakukan dengan mempercepat kemitraan sekolah-keluarga dalam konteks pembelajaran yang lebih informal. Melalui ini keluarga dan sekolah bahu membahu mempromosikan budaya berprestasi, lima prinsip terkait kebiasaan literasi yaitu senyum, sapa, sopan, santun, menanyakan kabar dan lima keterlibatan yaitu korporasi, tokoh masyarakat di desa, perguruan tinggi, keluarga dan pemerintah kota. Melibatkan keluarga dalam pendidikan anak ternyata memberikan rasa percaya diri, kenyamanan dan semangat dalam belajar di rumah dan di sekolah.
Parental involvement of marginalized children’s education in Yogyakarta Serafin Wisni Septiarti; Farida Hanum; Siti Partini Suadirman; Erma Kusumawardani
Jurnal Cakrawala Pendidikan Vol 41, No 2 (2022): Cakrawala Pendidikan (June 2022)
Publisher : LPMPP Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/cp.v41i2.44982


Families living in slum areas are exposed to dense population and low income, both of which are conditions that make it difficult to meet the educational needs of their children. This article describes the involvement of parents in educating their children at home and at school. The study was carried out using ethnographic methods with 33 marginal families as informants. Marginal families who have children of elementary school age in grades 5 and 6, especially those living on the outskirts or banks of the Winongo and Code rivers, 3 large rivers that seem to divide the city of Yogyakarta, were included in this study. Data were collected using interviews, observations and focus groups. The results of the study show parental involvement as a form of transformation of knowledge systems, values, attitudes and skills. This often occurs in a patterned manner, repeatedly using examples, sometimes coercion as educational praxis at home and school in specific social environment situations. The daily interaction between parents and children in parent-child conversations tends to be instructive and emphasizes compliance to fulfill children's educational needs.