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Management and Development of Scouting Extracurricular Activities Elce Purwandari; Rambat Nur Sasongko; Muhammad Kristiawan; Zuhri Zuhri; Agung Subakti
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 5, No 2 (2022): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birci.v5i2.5105

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The purpose of this study was to determine the management and development of scout extracurricular activities at SMAN Surulangun, Musi Rawas Utara District. The research subjects consisted of 3 informants. The main informant consisted of 1 person, namely the scout extracurricular coach, the key informant consisted of 1 person, namely the head of SMA Negeri Surulangun, and additional informants consisted of 1 person, namely a student of SMA Negeri Surulangun. The research method used is a qualitative descriptive method. Data collection techniques in this study use observation, interviews, and documentation. Data collection method using triangulation. The results showed that SMAN Surulangun had carried out the management and development of extracurricular activities well, which consisted of planning, staffing and personnel management, and financial budgeting. The planning begins with the formation of an organizational structure for the scout extracurricular management so that each manager works according to their respective main duties and functions. Furthermore, making short, medium, and long term work programs so that scout extracurricular activities are directed according to the goals to be achieved. In the process of achieving the planned program objectives, cooperation from various parties is needed, for example, cooperation in the form of sponsorship of activities. At the Staff and Personnel Arrangement stage, recruited coaches must have a certificate of at least Basic Advanced Course (KMD) while for activity managers, at least they have been appointed as Bantara enforcers. At the Financial Budgeting stage, the main source of funds obtained by current managers or schools in organizing scout extracurricular activities at SMAN Surulangun is BOS funds. The form of accountability for the manager/trainer is to make and compile an accountability report (LPJ) for the scout extracurricular activity development program at the end of each activity and at the end of each management session during the deliberations of the troop which is intended for the school principal as kamabigus.
Student Perception of Project Based Learning (PjBL) Learning Model by Developing Creative Thinking Skills in Vocational High Schools Mutia Liana; Rambat Nur Sasongko; Muhammad Kristiawan; Reny Dwi Riastuti
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 5, No 2 (2022): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birci.v5i2.5017

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Vocational High School students are students who are required to independently produce innovative products, so they are ready to jump in the world of work. The product of a good project is a product produced from students who have creative thinking skills, so the purpose of research is to measure students' perception of the Project ased Learning (PjBL) learning model by developing creative thinking skills. The method used in this study is qualitative descriptive with longitudinal survey case studies. The subject of this study is a student of SMK N 3 Lubuklinggau City on the subject of Broad-Based Network Technology. Data collection techniques use questionnaire sheets and student perception interview sheets. Data analysis on questionnaires using descriptive analysis and interview results are analyzed by reducing questions and answers that are in accordance with the focus of the research. The results showed that students' perception of the Project ased Learning (PjBL) learning model by developing creative thinking skills got a score of 81% with a good category.
The Role of Scouting Extracurricular in Developing the Attitude of Students’ Muhamad Ali Gunawan; Rambat Nur Sasongko; Muhammad Kristiawan; Sudarwan Danim
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 5, No 2 (2022): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birci.v5i2.5284

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The background of this research is that the role of scouting extracurricular at SMAN Surulangun, Musi Rawas Utara district is unknown in developing student attitudes. This research was conducted to know the role of extracurricular scouting at SMAN Surulangun, Musi Rawas Utara district in developing the attitudes of students in grades X, XI, and XII. The research method used is a survey method with exploratory purposes. The data collection technique used is a questionnaire with data analysis techniques using descriptive statistics. The subjects in this study were 37 students at SMAN Surulangun. The results showed that the role of extracurricular scouting in developing the attitudes of SMAN Surulangun students, as many as 17 respondents (46%) were included in the good category and 20 respondents (54%) were included in the very good category. This means that scouting extracurricular activities affect the positive character of students such as the character of discipline, responsibility, independence, and honesty, scouting extracurricular activities has an important role in growing these characters because scouting extracurricular activities are considered interesting activities for students so that through scouting extracurricular activities students can be easily trained and accustomed to discipline, responsibility, independence, and honesty by complying with the established rules.
DETERMINAN TINGKAT PENERAPAN STANDAR NASIONAL PENDIDIKAN DI BERBAGAI JENJANG SEKOLAH Rambat Nur Sasongko
Manajer Pendididikan Vol 13, No 1 (2019): Manajer Pendidikan
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Abstract: “Determinants of the Level of Application of National Standards of Education in Various Schools”. National Education Standards (NES) are guidelines for managing education in schools. High quality schools, apply NES well. However, it is suspected that many schools lack serious implementation of SNP. Therefore, the achievement of the application of NES is not good. In other words it has a less standard status. This study aims to describe the determinants of the level of NES implementation at various levels of school. The research method uses descriptive studies. The research subjects were principals, teachers, administrative staff, school committees, and support staff in elementary, junior high, high school and vocational schools in the Lubuklinggau region, Musi Rawas, and North Musi Rawas. Data collection techniques are collected by interviews, observation, and documentation studies. Techniques for analyzing data with “descriptive statistics” and "flow analysis" on an ongoing basis. The results of the study show that the application of SNP at various levels of the school has different achievements from one school to another. It really depends on the resources and potential of the school that is owned. In general, almost all schools have not been able to apply the NES effectively. This is determined by two main factors, namely internal factors and external factors. Internal factors such as concern for school residents, availability of resources, and availability of budgets. External factors such as the support of school committees, parents, communities, government, and donors.Key words: National Education Standards, determinants, various schools
PENGELOLAAN PEMBELAJARAN PENDIDIKAN AGAMA ISLAM Asep Sulahudin; Rambat Nur Sasongko
Manajer Pendididikan Vol 13, No 1 (2019): Manajer Pendidikan
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Abstract: The purpose of this study is to describe the management of islamic religious education in public Junior High school 2 Muara Pinang. This research method using qualitative method, data collected by interview, observation, and decumentation. The subject of this study were head of shool, vice curricula, Islamic religious education teacher, and students. The results of this study are the teachers of islamic religious education at the beginning tool, the implementation of islamic religious education teacher learning using varied methods and classroom management, learning evaluation using the concept of cognitive, affegtive, and psikomotori, Islamic religious education teacher problem and conduct MGMP religious education of islam. Keyword: Learning management, Islamic Religious Education.
PENGELOLAAN SARANA LABORATORIUM BAHASA Aprian Tanzili; Rambat Nur Sasongko; Sumarsih Sumarsih
Manajer Pendididikan Vol 12, No 3 (2018): Manajer Pendidikan
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Abstract: The purpose of this study is to describe the management facility of language laboratory at Public Senior High School Number One Muara Pinang Empat Lawang District. The method of the study is descriptive qualitative. The objects are principle, vice principle of facility, head og language laboratory, laboran, language teacher and students. The techniques of the data are interview, observation, and documentation study. The conclusion shows that:  The planning of the facility do in, the early of academic year but the committee seldom existed. The provisioning of the facility mostly by puchasing and the government assist. The inventories of the facility aren’t proceduraly. The storage of the facility are procedurally. The using of the facility unapropriate of the list of schedule but the regulation has been running well. The maintenance of the facility is doing based on necessity, the maintenance are; daily, regulary and intern of repairman. The cleaning out of the facility is never done, damaged facility are only warehoused. Keyword: Management language laboratory, Facility language laboratory.