Mujiyati Mujiyati
Universitas Lampung

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Dimensi Identitas Pi’il Pesenggiri Ulun Lampung dalam Pengembangan Konseling Indigenous: Suatu Tinjauan Sistematis Shinta Mayasari; Mujiyati Mujiyati; Ashari Mahfud
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling Vol 6 No 1 (2022)
Publisher : Universitas Mathla'ul Anwar Banten

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30653/001.202261.185


DIMENSIONS OF PI'IL PESENGGIRI ULUN LAMPUNG'S IDENTITY IN INDIGENOUS COUNSELING DEVELOPMENT: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. This research was conducted to find out and understand the meaning of pi'il pesenggiri as one of the dimensions of Lampung's ulun identity in the development of indigenous counseling. The method used is a systematic review of a number of articles about pi'il pesenggiri in reputable journals. A search on journal databases such as DOAJ, microsoft academic, and researchgate found 234 journals with the keyword pi'il pesenggiri. Furthermore, the journals were collected for a screening process and their eligibility according to the inclusion and exclusion criteria determined by the researcher. Based on the screening process, 5 articles were obtained which were the subject of research studies. The results showed that pi'il pesenggiri is the philosophy of life of ulun Lampung which refers to self-esteem and honor. Includes aspects of 1) Bejuluk Adek, 2) Nemui Nyimah, 3) Nengah Nyappur, and 4) Sakai Sambaiyan. The value of pi'il pesenggiri can be a potential in the development of customary extension. These values ​​can be the basis for increasing the multicultural competence of counselors in terms of understanding and knowledge of local wisdom. This is based on the content possessed by pi'il pesenggiri for ulun Lampung in the form of divine values ​​(holiness), religious values, spiritual values, moral values, intellectual values, individual values, social values, and material values. These values ​​can be re-condensed into divine values, human values, and life values.
A comparison of accountability models in school counseling programs Mujiyati Mujiyati; Shinta Mayasari; Sofwan Adiputra
Konselor Vol 9, No 3 (2020): KONSELOR
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Padang

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The purpose of this study is to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of each accountability evaluation model, in order to make counseling programs easier for counselors to carry out. The method used was qualitative research, which focuses on meanings, definitions, characteristics, symbols and explanations of the concepts learned. The research data was collected through literature reviews and document analysis. In this study, descriptive document analysis methods were also used in data measurement. Descriptive analysis method aims to test the facts and meanings of a research systematically. This model was formed based on different initial goals in the implementation of counseling services. Moreover, Accountability Evaluation Models of School Counseling Program has each of its advantages and disadvantages. The counselor should choose part of the models which is appropriate to the situation and easy to implement in the school, in order for the implementation processes of the institution counseling program to be measured and planned in the future.
ABDIMAS ALTRUIS: Jurnal Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat Vol 4, No 2 (2021): Oktober 2021
Publisher : Universitas Sanata Dharma

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This community service activity is motivated by the weak understanding of elementary school teachers in HOTS-oriented learning. Therefore, it is necessary to conduct training in designing thematic learning that is oriented towards HOTS. The training is carried out by presenting information, holding responses and group discussions on previously informed material and holding HOTS-based learning tools preparation exercises. The training was attended by elementary school teachers in District of Pesawaran. Based on the results of observations and written tests, the teachers were active in following the material presentation, discussion and preparation of HOTS learning tools. In addition, teachers' understanding has improved. This is evidenced by the pretest and posttest n-gain values of 0.09. However, the increase is not significant. Thus, it can be concluded that the participants' conceptual understanding of HOTS-oriented learning increased. This increase occurred because the previous participants did not really understand the true meaning of HOTS-oriented learning. Through this activity, participants get more detailed and easily accepted knowledge because in addition to presenting the material, the implementer also provides guidance on the development of learning designs. However, there is a need for ongoing technical guidance related to its implementation in classroom learning both online and face-to-face.