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INDONESIA
Indonesian Community Empowerment Journal
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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 23 Documents
Socialization and Education on the Utilization of Curcuma Medicinal Plants (Curcuma xyanthoriza) 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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Socialization and education activities on the use of curcuma medicinal plants to the community in the working area of the Palembang Campus Community Health Center are an activity that really needs to be carried out in order to increase health resilience in the community by utilizing the resources that are around us. Concern and constructive efforts to use natural materials are the main targets of this activity. Socialization and education activities on the use of the ginger plant to increase endurance received a pretty good enthusiasm from the community, where as many as 154 Google Meet accounts participated in this socialization, where each account was attended by several participant family members. Socialization and education activities on the use of medicinal plants, especially by academicians, are very much needed by the community.
Socialization of Occupational Safety and Health (K3) for the Construction Service 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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Many scaffolding buildings are used as a tool for working at height; incomplete and installed by workers who do not have scaffolding installation competence. Such conditions are very dangerous for workers who work at high altitudes, with the risk of the scaffolding building collapsing, resulting in serious injury or death for workers. Occupational safety and health socialization activities are carried out online by utilizing the Google meet facility regularly every weekend during June 2020. Socialization of occupational safety and health at construction services is a very useful activity and can be continued.
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 religisiutas, because of that, various works appearing 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 nrimo 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.
Astronomy Socialization in The Car Free Day Event in Palembang Gustina 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 in the 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.
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 MSU-Sulu 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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This kind of attitude among the university students stems out of laziness and lack of prioritization in their academic endeavor. Research says that 95% of American students purposely delay beginning or completing tasks and 70% engaged in academic procrastination. It is not impossible that Filipinos are actually expert in procrastination. In other words, procrastination largely accounts for the relationship of conscientiousness to performance, and that procrastination is strongly associated with distractibility, poor organization, low achievement motivation, and an intention-action gap. If one is not conscientious in his performance he will likely engage in procrastination. Additionally, agreeableness and sensation seeking traits generated low correlations with procrastination. One possible way to decrease procrastination for tasks is to increase expectancy of success, or self- efficacy by verbal persuasion, emotional arousal, and modeling. Despite of the advances in the education nowadays, and the challenging tasks that students faced day by day to cope up with the requirements of their respective courses, they are still in the realm of seemingly taking their studies for granted that as if it’s easy or simply put, procrastinating! In connection, it sought to answer this question: Is there a relationship between procrastination to the academic performance in GEC 104 (Mathematics in the Modern World) of the 2nd year students of the College of Education at Mindanao State University-Sulu?
Traditional Tausug Pagkawin in Sulu 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 human race, intimate relationship is normal. When civilization begun to flourish, norms and standards of societies also thrived and preserved. copulation is lawfully decreed to be bound by marriage. Marital norm is either prescriptive or proscriptive which depends upon the societal standard. The Tausugs claims 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 geographical dimensions of Sulu Archipelago, Pagkawin among the Tausugs is of the same concept but slightly different in practice. This paper will discuss the Traditional Pagkawin and their variations in five different municipalities of Sulu.
Issues and Concerns of Teachers in Mindanao State University-Sulu Towards Modular Distance Learning Approach: An Analysis 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 purpose of this study is to determine the demographic profiles of the respondents which are the teachers in Mindanao State University–Sulu according to gender and college, to identify the issues encountered by the MSU-Sulu Teacher towards modular distance learning approach, to distinguish the concerns of the MSU-Sulu Teacher towards modular distance learning approach, to investigate the teaching preparations on the adaptation of modular distance learning approach, and to identify the significant difference of issues and concern of the MSU-Sulu Teacher towards modular distance learning approach when they are grouped according gender and college. Frequency and percentage distribution, weighted arithmetic mean and independent t-test and chi-square are the statistical tools used to answer the entire research question. The data gathered was computed using SPSS analyzed and interpreted with the aide of the statistician. Descriptive survey method was used as the research method. This study utilizes 40 teachers from different colleges/department. Convenience sampling was used to It is the recommended number of which it is the 30% from the total population of all the faculty of Mindanao State University-Sulu.; questionnaire is used by the researcher as a research instrument of the study. The findings of the study were: 1) There is no significant difference of issues and concern of the MSU-Sulu teacher towards modular distance learning approach when grouped according gender but in contrary; and 2) There is significant difference on the issues and concern among MSU-Sulu teacher towards modular distance learning approach when grouped according colleges. The issues encountered towards modular distance learning approach were communication failure like that of instructions or confusion of students on the modules, limited teacher guidance, student’s in discourteous approach to teachers, complaints on not understanding the module, and all of which results to misbehavior on students and failure to pass worksheet on time. In addition, the concerns of the MSU-Sulu teacher towards modular distance learning approach were; first, hidden expenses on modules; second, teacher’s lack of media literacy; third, poor internet connection which intercepts communication between teacher and students; fourth, time constraint among teachers due to overload paperwork; fifth, equipment problem and complexity of the discussion as well as measurement of student’s performance; sixth, managing student’s responses from time to time; seventh, teacher’s unavailability and lastly, difficulties of studying among slow learners. Moreover, on teaching preparations on the adaptation of modular distance learning approach, the issues were cater and set time for student’s inquiries and be flexible to allow extension in terms of passing worksheets as well as allow parents, relative or even friends to pass worksheets in their behalf to lessen transportation expenses. Teachers must appreciate/ recognize his/her students to boost their confidence and avoid favouritism while being considerate to students who are attention seeker or may have ADHD. Correspondingly, the concerns were. Teachers must encourage handwritten answers to lessen plagiarism, on the absence of teacher, the parents and elders must guide the students in their learning at home. Teacher and parent’s guidance must go hand and hand in today’s learning. Teachers must likewise be flexible in finding solutions on printing shortage. And lastly, alternative teaching strategies like modular learning should be hone to aid lack of media literacy of both teacher and students In view of the findings and analysis, the following are recommended: Teachers must be flexible with the present kind of teaching strategy at all cost and at all aspects, Set guidelines as to establish proper communication among students and teachers, learning materials must be affordable as well as easy to understand content, teachers must develop their media literacy skills and encourage teachers to be available to their students on allotted time and cater all their inquiries with patience at all times. Furthermore, the following are the recommended research agenda: Teacher’s training on media literacy and module development programs to allow teamwork in the making process.
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 study is a descriptive research which looked into the issues and challenges related to the implantation of K-12 curriculum. More importantly, this research undertaking identified various problems confronting the teachers. A survey questionnaire was used in gathering the data. Respondents were History teachers in National High Schools, Laboratory High Schools and Notre Dame Schools in some municipalities in the Province of Sulu. They were purposely chosen in the investigation of issues and challenges confronting History Teachers in the implementation of the K-12 curriculum. The teachers-respondents were majority male at the age category 31 to 40 years old, finished only Baccalaureate Degree, and the teaching History subject for 5 to 10 years. The Male History Teachers in the High Schools of Sulu at their age category 31 to 40 years old have not pursued educational growth in spite of their 5 to 10 years in service. The study concluded that the History teachers are not growing professionally in terms of their educational attainment. They strongly agreed in their perceptions and actual observations that problems did exist on the implementation of the K-12 curriculum to wit: Learning Resources and Needs, Teacher’s Competency: Method, Approaches and Technique, Administrator’s Competency and Teaching, Supervisor’s Competency, Monitoring, Technical Assistance, Evaluation, and Assessment. Based on the result of the study on the Issues and Challenges Confronting History Teachers in the Implementation of K-12 curriculum in the Province of Sulu, History Teachers should improve their educational attainment, they must earn at least Master’s Degree in line with his or her major because I believed the more the teachers spent time in schooling the better their method of teaching would be developed. We need to be lifelong learners, holistically developed and globally oriented and locally grounded and that is our modern world required us a productive and competitive Filipino citizen.
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 became common practices to many students which has affected their learning productivity. This study was conducted for the purpose of gathering facts and information about procrastination and how it affected the students in academic aspect. This study aimed to accomplish the following objectives: to determine the effect of procrastination on the learning productivity, to discover the factors that cause procrastination, and to identify if there is any significant difference of academic procrastination on the learning productivity of the respondents when they are grouped according to gender. The researchers used descriptive research method in gathering data. Convenience sampling was applied to select the respondents composing of 50 students from all section of Grade 12 STEM strand. Weighted arithmetic mean and independent t-test are the statistical tools used to answer the entire research question. The data gathered was computed using a computer programming called Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) and analyzed and interpreted with aide of the statistician.In view of the findings and analysis, the following recommendation are hereby presented, students must set deadlines to be more productive and should eliminate distraction when doing school works; parents must not fail to monitor the academic tasks of their children. Parental motivation, guidance, and advice would be much help in light of the modular learning in order to motivate and boast the students to do their work; and teachers alongside student leaders must initiate a seminar addressing time management to overcome procrastination among students.

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