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Rachmat Hidayat
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hanifmedisiana@gmail.com
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+6281949581088
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Jl. Sirna Raga no 99, 8 Ilir, Ilir Timur 3, Palembang, Sumatera Selatan, Indonesia
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Kota palembang,
Sumatera selatan
INDONESIA
Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal
Published by HM Publisher
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27762629     DOI : https://doi.org/10.37275/icejournal
Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal (ICE Journal) is an International peer-reviewed journal that focused to publish manuscripts related to community empowerment for better of life in multidisciplinary (social, economics, law, engineering, science, medicine, public health, dental sciences, nursing, agriculture, marine, pharmacy, education, computer sciences, mathematics). Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal (ICE Journal) also published manuscripts related research in multidisciplinary for better of life.
Arjuna Subject : Umum - Umum
Articles 29 Documents
Socialization and Education on the Use of Temulawak (Curcuma xanthorriza) in Increasing Immunity in Palembang Rachmat Hidayat; Patricia Wulandari
Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37275/icejournal.v1i1.1

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The Palembang community are still unfamiliar with and do not know the use of medicinal plants, one of which is curcuma in improving the quality of health, in this case, increasing immunity. This study aimed to describe community service in the form of socialization and education regarding the use of temulawak to increase body immunity in the Palembang community. This community socialization and education activity was held through online meetings using Google Meet every week during May 2020. The meetings were held 4 times, with each meeting duration of 2 hours. The material for the meeting included the introduction of herbal plants, which have the effect of increasing immunity, the introduction of the ginger plant and its properties, and the processing of temulawak into a healthy drink. This activity was attended by 154 participants consisting of the general public and health workers in the working area of the Campus Health Center, South Sumatra. In conclusion, socialization and educational activities on the use of medicinal plants, especially by academicians, are very much needed by the community. Activities like this are very important to improve the health status and resilience of natural-based communities around us.
Socialization of Occupational Health and Safety to the Construction Worker Community Nita Parisa
Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37275/icejournal.v1i1.2

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Hazards related to working at heights include falling from height, falling objects, electrical hazards and weather conditions. Labor Law No. 1 of 1970 concerning occupational safety regulates the prevention of worker accidents in Indonesia. This study aimed to describe the socialization activities of occupational safety and health among construction workers in Palembang. Occupational safety and health socialization activities are carried out online using Google Meet every week during June 2020. Four meetings were held, each meeting duration of 2 hours. This activity was attended by around 164 members of the construction community of South Sumatra, Indonesia. The socialization activities were carried out by presenting material, questions and answers and mini demonstrations of occupational safety and health. In conclusion, Occupational safety and health socialization activities increase the knowledge and awareness of workers in applying work safety principles.
The Religiosity of Javanese Society in Modern Indonesian Literature Patricia Wulandari
Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37275/icejournal.v1i1.3

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A good literary work can provide information about various kinds of community life, including life-related to religiosity. Literary works are closely related to religiosity, and because of that, various works appear showing the religiosity of society, one of which is the Javanese. Modern Indonesian literary works that illustrate this are the collection of short stories from Umi Kalsum by Djamil Suherman, the lyrical prose Pengakuan Pariyem by Linus Suryadi AG, and the novel Ronggeng Dukuh Paruk by Ahmad Tohari. Each of these works represents the diversity of Javanese society. The collection of short stories from Umi Kalsum shows the religious side of the community called the santri, who are so obedient in carrying out their worship. The lyrical prose of Pariyem's confession provides information on how a babu is so resigned to seeing life, but in her soul holds the wisdom of Kejawen. Meanwhile, Ronggeng Dukuh Paruk describes the Javanese people who worship the spirits of their ancestors. Even though they have different religions, they basically want harmony. Javanese people who live in santri enjoy harmony when they live with strong Islamic values. The Javanese people of the Gunung Kidul area live in harmony if they are always accept and see life as it is according to its Javanese nature. The Dukuh Paruk community attains harmony that originates from the worship of the spirit of Ki Secamenggala.
Socialization of Astronomy in the Car Free Day Event in Palembang Gustina
Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37275/icejournal.v1i1.4

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Astronomy was born from the needs of society, such as in agriculture and marine fields. However, many people are not familiar with astronomical phenomena, and they tend to build myths about these phenomena. Efforts to introduce astronomy need to be spread to society. Academics have introduced astronomy, but they mostly did it in school place. Adding astronomy to a broader community is done by taking moments of car free day (CFD) activities, for instance, at CFD in Palembang. The event aimed to educate people about astronomical phenomena and observe the sun with a telescope and sunglasses. The community gave responses through questionnaires on a Likert scale. The society response was outstanding, with an average value of 3.53. As many as 95.83% of respondents stated that it was necessary to hold this activity again. In conclusion, the introduction of astronomy to the Palembang community received a good response.
Guidance on Writing Literary Works for Students as Support for the School Literacy Movement Patricia Wulandari
Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37275/icejournal.v1i1.5

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Community empowerment program in literacy aims to provide training and coaching in writing literary works for students. This activity is an effort to foster students' critical literacy skills, primarily through writing skills. Also, this activity is a way to bring schools and students closer to literature. The implementation method, Community Service, is carried out by providing training and mentoring on an ongoing basis. The training is conducted for three days for students. This training is carried out in two ways, namely in-class and outclass. In-class training is conducted to provide students with the same understanding of writing literary works. Simultaneously, outclass training is conducted to hone students' sensitivity, critical power, and intuition to capture any existing problems around them to be used as a material in writing literary works. Likewise, with students' writing skills increasing and better, this is evidenced by the results of literary works that they make in the form of an anthology of poetry. The poems they made was varied in typography, theme, and contents. The students were enthusiastic and enthusiastic in participating in the activity. The activities of fostering literary writing in schools can help students and school parties better recognize literacy, especially in literary works' authorship. On the other hand, fostering the writing of literary works in schools can help teachers form the School Literacy Programme in their respective schools, bearing in mind is still very important in the school environment, so there is a need for sweet activities to increase student competency and love in reading and writing.
Academic Performance and Procrastination: The Case of Education Students in Mindanao State University, Sulu, Philippines Fermina Omar Anuddin
Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37275/icejournal.v1i2.6

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Academic is usually represented by the student delaying or postponing assignments resulting in late submissions and coupled with a general reduction in study time and inadequate preparation for examinations. This study aimed to describe the relationship of procrastination to academic performance in Education students of Mindanao State University, Sulu, Philippines. This study was a descriptive observational study and was conducted on 2nd year College of Education students, Mindanao State University, Sulu, Philippines. Sampling is carried out by purposive sampling. This research adopted the questionnaire academic procrastination Questionnaire (APQ). The researcher also asked the students to indicate their midterm grade in GEC 104 (Mathematics in the Modern World) in the questionnaire. The results of the study show the participants' responses on the scale of academic procrastination ranged from (3.71 - 2.02) with the highest for the item “I finish my duties in GEC 104 before the deadline”, whereas the lowest was for the item "I stop studying early in order to do more enjoyable things”. In conclusion, there is no relationship between procrastination behavior and academic performance in students at the College of Education, Mindanao State University, Sulu, Philippines.  
Traditional Tausug Pagkawin in Sulu, Philippines Alkinor R. Sajan; Aldren J. Jamasali; Yasser-Asil D. Samsal Jr.; Rashmie G. Estino; Abdulamir G. Ismael
Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37275/icejournal.v1i2.7

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In the history of the human race, intimate relationships have been normal.  When civilization began to flourish, the norms and standards of societies also thrived and were preserved. copulation is lawfully decreed to be bound by marriage.  The marital norm is either prescriptive or proscriptive, depending on the societal standard. The Tausugs claim to be a Muslim tribe. Their marriage custom is traditional, however, but anchored on the Islamic principle where they are obliged to carefully observe the so-called ritual Nikah or pagkawin. Due to the geographical dimensions of the Sulu Archipelago, pagkawin among the Tausugs is of the same concept but slightly different in practice.  This literature review aimed to describe the traditional pagkawin and its variations in five different municipalities of Sulu.
Issues and Concerns of Teachers in Mindanao State University-Sulu Towards Modular Distance Learning Approach Michelle Y. Alvarez
Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37275/icejournal.v1i2.8

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The modular distance learning approach (MDLA) involves individualized instruction that allows learners to use self-learning modules (SLMs) in print or digital format/electronic copy. This study aimed to investigate on the issues and concerns of the Mindanao State University-Sulu teachers on the modular distance learning approach. This research was a descriptive study. The location of the study was at Mindanao State University-Sulu, Philippines. There were 48 teachers who served as respondents from different colleges of Mindanao State University-Sulu. The respondents were given enough time to answer the questionnaire, after which the questionnaires were collected immediately. The participants agreed that they failed to communicate and guide the students easily due to poor internet access, in which they inevitably encountered discourteous attitudes from the students. Teachers admitted that they receive inappropriate approaches and complaints if the students do not understand the modules, which eventually leads to not receiving the answer sheets on time. In conclusion, The issues encountered towards the modular distance learning approach were communication failure like that of instructions or confusion of students on the modules, limited teacher guidance, student’s discourteous approach to teachers, complaints about not understanding the module, and all of which results to misbehavior on students and failure to pass worksheet on time.
Issues and Challenges Confronting History Teachers in the Implementation of K-12 Curriculum in the Province of Sulu Abdulla I. Mohammad
Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37275/icejournal.v1i2.9

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The K-12 program intended to produce graduates will be more prepared to enter the labor force. However, the problem concerning the implementation of the K-12 curriculum is the cost. Indeed, the benefits of K-12 implementation are correlated with the problems and challenges of its implementation for teachers and other stakeholders. This study aimed to determine the issues and challenges confronting history teachers in the implementation of the K-12 curriculum in the province of Sulu. This study used a survey research design. The data in this survey were sourced from the respondents, library works, and internet research. The participants of this survey study consisted of history teachers from the different public and private high schools in Sulu. Purposive sampling was employed in this study. It was purposive for the fact it uses history teachers in public and private high schools in some of the municipalities and provinces of Sulu for the school year 2018- 2019. The data from the respondents were obtained through the questionnaire. The result revealed that the history teachers strongly agreed on the issues and challenges that would serve as problem areas in the curriculum implementation namely, learning resources and needs, teacher’s competency, administrator’s competency and teaching, supervisor’s competency, monitoring, technical assistance, evaluation, and assessment. In conclusion, history teachers must improve their educational attainment and read more about techniques and strategies for history subjects in implementing the K-12 curriculum.
Academic Procrastination: Its Effect on the Learning Productivity of Senior High School Students in Mindanao State University-Sulu Nur-In I. Alih; Almarezza L. Alvarez
Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37275/icejournal.v1i2.10

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Procrastination has become common practice for many students, which has affected their learning productivity. This study aimed to determine the effect of procrastination on learning productivity. This research was an observational study with a descriptive design. The setting of the study was Mindanao State University Sulu- Senior High School department campus which only focused on STEM 12 Strand, which is located at Capitol Site, Jolo, Sulu. The respondents of this study were the Grade 12 STEM strand senior high students from all sections in Mindanao State University-Sulu. This study used the Likert scale to measure the respondents’ agreement level with various statements about some opinions and attitudes. The researchers chose the close-ended type of questionnaire as the research instrument of the study. The results stated that most of the respondents agreed that the effect of procrastination on the students’ learning productivity made them feel like they were pressured with the tasks they could not think about properly, which got the highest obtained mean of 3.88. In conclusion, parental motivation, guidance, and advice would greatly help motivate and boost the students to do their work in light of modular learning. Teachers, alongside student leaders, must initiate a seminar addressing time management to overcome procrastination among students.

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