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Analysis of Educational Game Development Needs for Improvement Students' Critical Thinking Ability in Informatics Subjects Samin; Gunarhadi; Efendi, Agus
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2021.1201

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Critical thinking skills are needed in the learning process, especially in learning Informatics. The use of technology in learning can be done by using learning media in the form of educational games that are integrated in learning. The purposes of this study are 1) to determine the perception of educational games, 2) to obtain information on the need for formats, criteria, content of educational games, 3) the role of developing educational games for improving critical thinking skills. The method used in this research is a survey to find out the initial data which is the process of developing educational game products. The instrument used is a questionnaire sheet. The data analysis technique that will be used is quantitative and qualitative descriptive statistical analysis techniques. The schools that were used as research samples were 22 SMP/MTs spread across Karanganyar Regency, Boyolali Regency, and Surakarta City. Each school selected 1 teacher of Informatics Subject and 3 students. The results showed that teachers and students had good perceptions of Informatics educational games. According to the teacher, the need for educational games is games containing evaluation and simulation questions, while adventure-type games are needed by students. The educational game content required includes learning materials, evaluation questions, adventure games, quiz games, simulations. Educational game format needed that is challenging and interesting. Informatics educational game criteria include attractive and interactive design, sufficient duration, usability, easy access, user friendly interface, appropriateness, relevance. Teachers and students believe that educational games can play a role in improving students' critical thinking skills.
Evaluation of the Strategy for the Implementation of Solar Power Plants in Indonesia Using SWOT Analysis Nasir, Randy Maulana; Dalimi, Rinaldy
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2021.1202

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The demand for electricity in Indonesia is currently growing very massively with an increase in the population of 270 million people, rapid economic growth, as well as the increasing rate of urbanization and large-scale industrialization. Referring to the RUEN, in 2025 renewable energy is projected to increase from 7% to 23%, with the current realization at 11.51% by 2020. In this study, the SWOT method is used to evaluate strategies that have been implemented internally (strengths, weaknesses) and external (opportunities and threats), to achieve the RUEN Target. Based on the results of the study found 5 success factors for the implementation of PV mini-grid, namely economy, environment, marketing, politics, social, and technology. Furthermore, from the SWOT analysis obtained: First, for the social aspect, namely related to population and human resources, each recommended strategy is an aggressive strategy. Second, for the economic aspect, which is related to potential, and the economy, each recommended strategy is an aggressive strategy and a turnaround strategy. Third, for the environmental aspect, the recommended strategy is a diversification strategy. Fourth, for the political aspects, namely regulations and incentives, the recommended strategy is a turnaround strategy. Fifth, for the technological aspect, namely technology, and industrialization, the recommended strategy is aggressive.
The Implementation Model of Premium Tariff to Accelerate the Use of Photovoltaic (PV) Rooftop in Jakarta Prasetya, Muhammad Rezansyah Tangguh; Dalimi, Rinaldy
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2021.1203

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The renewable energy mix achievement in 2019 was 10,2 GW still under the national target which is 13,9 GW, where PV Rooftop only contributed for 0,19% (19,57 MW). In order to accelerate the use of PV Rooftop, a Premium Tariff of PV Rooftop need to be implemented by PT. PLN. To set the Premium Tariff research needed to be conducted to obtain the total of Premium Tariff and its implementation. In the implementation, customers will have the PV Rooftop with installment payments, however the excess energy that produced by PV Rooftop stated in Kilowatt Hour (Kwh) does not count as a reduction in the electricity bills until the end of the contract duration. In this research used quantitative and qualitative methods. Quantitative method, a calculation conducted to obtain the Premium Tariff that can be offered to customers. Whereas the qualitative is conducted a survey to see the customer interest on PV Rooftop and the selection of the Premium Tariff offer. In the research results showed 77% customers of R2 (PLN Rate) in Jakarta are interested to use PV Rooftop however constrained by high initial investment. Therefore, installment payment scheme is offered with contract duration of 13 years for the capacity power 3.500 VA, 8 years for 5.500 VA with the Rates ranging from IDR 1.444/Kwh to IDR 3.232/Kwh. With the assumption that 77% customers of R2 Rate in Jakarta used Premium Tariff, it can increase the usage capacity of PV Rooftop by 220 - 800 MW.
Analysis of Sustainable Development Aspects of The Value-Added Mineral Policy for The Raw Materials Industry of Electric Vehicle Battery Using the Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) Method Majid, M. Atthar; Dalimi, Rinaldy
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2021.1204

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Indonesia is currently heading for a low-carbon economy transition, one of which supports this policy. Through Presidential Decree No. 55 of 2019, the Government issued the Battery-Based Electric Motor Vehicle Program. In support of this program, the Government has a policy of Increasing mineral added value or downstream program implemented since 2009 so that the production of electric vehicle batteries can be produced domestically so that the industry has added value that will affect sustainable development in the sector. There are three criteria for problems affecting mineral downstream policies to inhibit sustainable development from the electric vehicle battery raw material industry: economic, social, and Environmental. In this study, the Analytical Hierarchy Process method determines the priority order of alternative solutions to solve complex multicriteria Problems into a hierarchy. From the results of the Analytical Hierarchy Process analysis, it was concluded that to overcome downstream problems, first is Improving the Governance of Mining and National Intermediate and Downstream Industries (51%), second is Infrastructure Development and Technology Development (31%), and third is Improving Information System Data Availability and Quality (18%).
The Model of Decision Making for The Formulation of Integrative Islamic Boarding School Curriculum (Study of Response to KMA 183 and KMA 184 2019) Marjuni
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2021.1205

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The purpose of this research is to explain that the support system makes decisions prepared by the principle of madrasas and the implementation of integrative curriculum development, how the integrative curriculum is created using a particular model, and the model of curriculum outcomes such as those prepared by the principle. The background of this study resulted in the phenomenon of the difficulty of madrasas principle in the boarding school environment to compile an integrated curriculum structure based on KMA 183 and KMA 184. This study used a qualitative method using phenomenology, data obtained by interviews in, studios, and direct observation. This study found (1) Decision Support System Concepts based on the principle of Madrasa Aliyah Wali Songo Dormitory Sons and Madrasa Aliyah Wali Songo Dormitory Girls are separate instruments made by humans assisted by systems made by computers that function as miners, processors, responders, and decision-makers based on needs and goals. (2) Preparation of an integrative curriculum is carried out with a dynamic and statistical model at the same time because the issue of expenditure will not be handled properly only on the statistical model. The integrated curriculum model according to Robert D. Speech was taken to solve complicated problems that occurred and ended with the formalization of decisions to ensure the validity of curriculum constructs and the legitimacy of decisions. (3) Integrated madrasa curriculum formulated by the Madrasa Aliyah Wali Songo Dormitory Sons and the Madrasa Aliyah Wali Songo Dormitory Girls is the Independent Curriculum Transdisciplinary (ICT).
Use of Learning Management Systems (LMS) As A Network Learning Media (Online) During the Covid-19 Pandemic Sumardi, Dody; Suryani, Nunuk; Musadad, Akhmad Arif
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2021.1206

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The Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic that has hit the world has now changed the order of human life, every activity uses masks, maintains distance, does not gather, and washes hands. The government does not allow face-to-face learning in the classroom, so learning is carried out online (online), teachers provide learning using several e-learning platforms that are available as long as they are supported by internet facilities. The use of these different platforms resulted in the learning process being less than optimal due to the lack of coordination between teachers, management, and students. Learning scheduling which is carried out individually is not coordinated, this makes it difficult for teachers and students to start learning and is verified/monitored by management to ensure the quality of learning. Students find it difficult to know and repeat the subject matter that has been implemented. This online learning process needs a media that can manage all learning activities starting from planning, implementation to evaluation that makes it easier for management, teachers, and students. The method in this writing is the method of literature from experts and some research results that are descriptive-analytical. LMS media is expected to be able to manage the learning process that begins with scheduling, subject matter and evaluation easily which can be accessed and studied by students online using the LMS. Management can control and monitor the learning process, and parents can also participate in monitoring, following, and directing learning.
New Insights into Applied Linguistics: Rethinking the Teaching of Tenses Chouit, Drissia
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2021.1207

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This feature article presents a new approach to the teaching of grammar in universities: A Meta-operational Grammar of English. Tackling one of the most important chapters of English grammar, the teaching of tenses, it aims to show (1) the importance of teaching grammar in context; (2) the importance of investing linguistic research in this pedagogical process; and most importantly, (3) the prerogative of understanding how a language works to master it. In other words, when students know how language works, they learn it easily and effectively, and they master the use of grammatical forms in context. It is the teaching pedagogy that is at stake here: a pedagogy that addresses students’ intelligence and cognitive capacities to motivate them and help them become autonomous learners and skilled communicators.
The Role of Skadron-12/Serbu Puspenerbad in Supporting Gatot Soebroto Airport Activation Aulia, Elfaz Faqih; Armawi, Armaidy; Waluyo, Joko; Wahidin, Darto
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2021.1208

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The paper purpose is to describe the roles, challenges, and strategies of Skadron-12 or Serbu Puspenerbad in supporting the activation acceleration of Gatot Soebroto Airport in the Way Kanan Regency, Lampung. Skadron-12 or Serbu Puspenerbad must pay attention to the improvement system as mandatory. The security of the Gatot Soebroto Airport area in Way Kanan Regency must provide significant advantages. The need for existing human resources in Indonesia plays a vital role in maintaining the defense force and overcoming national problems. The presence of Skadron-12 or Serbu Puspenerbad in support of the Gatot Soebroto Airport activation. Part of Tentara Nasional Indonesia preparedness in handling potential national crises. Considering Indonesia's geography condition as an archipelagic nation, the Skadron-12 or Serbu Puspenerbad mode upgrading is necessary to empower the defense area. Such as the one at Gatot Soebroto Airport in Way Kanan Regency, Lampung. Activation upgrading support at Gatot Soebroto Airport is also can be used to address other non-military threats. The obstacles faced by Skadron-12 or Serbu Puspenerbad in the activation effort of Gatot Soebroto Airport, including lack of equipment quality and availability, ideal-deviated flight conditions phenomena and problems, and low intensity in infrastructure maintenance. Hence, strategies used to support activation acceleration implementation involve three things. Those are knowledge improvement of flight safety procedures, flight safety procedures supporting training development, and flight safety procedures supporting facility updates. Thus, the formed strategy development was operated to answer every obstacle and aviation problem faced by Skadron-12 / Serbu Puspenerbad in Gatot Soebroto Airport activation located in Way Kanan Regency, Lampung.
Tourism Development Analysis on Utilization Optimization of Koto Panjang Reservoir in Kampar Regency, Riau Province Cemda, Abdul Rahman
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Optimization is a process carried out in order to achieve good results, this is certainly very important in development efforts, one of which is development in the tourism sector. Tourism objects will not attract visitors if the development of their use is not carried out optimally. One of the tourism places that has become a concern in optimizing its benefits is tourism of the Koto Panjang reservoir located in Kampar Regency, Riau Province. This study aims to determine the process of tourism development towards optimizing the utilization of the Koto Panjang reservoir. The research method used in this study is quantitative research, using questionnaires, interviews and observation data collection methods. Analysis of the data used in this study using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) with the SmartPLS 3.0 tool. The results of the study show that tourism development on utilization optimization shows a negative effect.
Legal Relationship Between the Parties with a Construction Working Contract in The Indonesian Contract Legal System Manurung, Edision Hatoguan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2021.1210

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The purpose of this study is to analyze the legal relationship between the parties through the construction work contract of the Indonesian contract law system. The method used is normative juridical. The results of the research regarding unilateral termination can only be carried out by buyers who are considered too unilateral. Because in fact, there are still several obstacles, those are service users as buyers violating the contract and performance in the form of late payments. However, in this case, if an agreement to terminate the contract is not obtained from the service user, then the contractor cannot terminate the contract. Therefore, even though it is regulated in the Civil Code that unilateral termination of employment can only be carried out by the contractor, it is necessary to evaluate the unilateral termination arrangement in the existing building contract.

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