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Proceedings Series on Social Sciences & Humanities
ISSN : -     EISSN : 2808103X     DOI : https://doi.org/10.30595/pssh.v2i.92
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The Proceedings Series on Social Sciences & Humanities aims to publish proceedings from conferences on the scope: 1. Business, Management & Accounting 2. Social Sciences (General)
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Impementasi Project Based Learning Dalam Pembelajaran Abad 21 Pada Mata Pelajaran Geografi Kelas XI IPS SMA Nasional 3 Bahasa Putera Harapan Purwokerto Ika Pujiastuti
Proceedings Series on Social Sciences & Humanities Vol. 1 (2021): Proceedings of the Integration of Disaster Mitigation Learning in School
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The development of curriculum in schools is currently required to make changes in implementing teacher-centered learning approaches into student-centered learning approaches. This is adjusted to the demands of learning that will affect the development of children in the future, where children must have thinking and learning skills. These skills include critical thinking skills, problem solving, collaboration, and communication skills. These skills are often said to be skills in the independent learning process that must be possessed by students. Students can have these skills if the teacher is able to develop learning with activities that challenge students to think critically in solving problems. Another aspect that is no less important is the Assessment or Assessment. Assessment can be given among students as feedback, by the teacher with an assessment rubric that has been prepared by the teacher or based on the performance and products they produce. To achieve the aforementioned objectives, a learning approach that is quite challenging for teachers is a project-based learning (PBL) approach.
Peran Guru dalam Pendidikan Karakter Selama Pandemi Covid-19 di SMP Negeri 1 Sumbang Ari Wijayanti; Sriyanto
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A teacher carries out a very noble task in addition to educating and providing transparency for students, namely making his students have good morals and noble character. Thus, a teacher must be able to make his students into noble human beings. Teachers play an important role even very important in terms of educating and providing transparency for their students. During the pandemic as it is today it is a challenge for teachers in Indonesia to instill character education. Character education is an effort to realize a generation of intelligent and good national (smart and good citizenship) or have a noble and Indonesian personality. The success of character education hints at learning not necessarily seen from the perspective of the cognitive realm alone but rather how the balance of the cognitive, affective, and psychomotor realms that estuary is to realize the whole human being. The condition of the Covid-19 pandemic is currently a challenge for the world of education, especially formal education in the efforts to education the character of the nation. Dominant learning is not done face-to-face, so it becomes a teacher's challenge in the process of character education. On the other hand, it will provide opportunities as learners in actualizing the values of character in the community in an effort to participate in the prevention and prevention of Covid-19. This research is descriptive qualitative with literature studies that seek to provide solutions to how character education is conducted while learning is still taking place by online methods in junior high school.
Penggunaan Permainan Edukasi pada Pembelajaran Daring Mata Pelajaran Geografi Kelas XII di MA PPPI Miftahussalam Banyumas Faris Salman Faza
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The existence of the COVID-19 outbreak has an impact on all sectors of life, one of which is in the education sector, many schools are forced to dismiss their students and teaching and learning activities are carried out online. the transition of Geography teaching and learning activities at MA PPPI Miftahussalam Banyumas from face to face to online creates new problems in learning so that a special strategy is needed in this learning. Although online learning is not effective for achieving learning goals, the teacher must be able to make new innovations so that learning objectives can be achieved. This study uses a qualitative description method by observing the behavior of students when online learning takes place. Learning online Geography class XII at MA PPPI Miftahussalam Banyumas uses educational games. This study aims to find out the right media in learning Geography class XII during the COVID-19 pandemic at MA PPPI Miftahussalam Banyumas. The results of this study showed that 76 students of class XII MA PPPI Miftahussalam Banyumas who had taken the test showed an average value> 8.00. This shows satisfactory results.
Permasalahan Belajar Siswa dan Strategi Sekolah Selama Pembelajaran Daring di Masa Pandemi Covid-19 Arif Jauhari; Priyono; Cueva Syunyata R. Jauhari
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It has been more than a year of the Covid-19 pandemic, after WHO officially announced it on March 11, 2020. This pandemic has had a tremendous impact on all aspects of life, including education, where education must be carried out online. This drastic change will certainly encounter many obstacles. This study aims to determine the problems of online learning due to the Covid-19 pandemic faced by students of SMA Muhammadiyah Al Kautsar Kartasura Program Khusus and the strategies implemented by the school. This research method is a qualitative case study. Data collection techniques are observation, analysis and unstructured interviews. Observations to find the keywords of student learning problems in grade 10 science and 11 science students. Analysis to trace student conversations on social media based on the observed key words. Interviews were conducted to extract information, while the sampling technique was purposive sampling. The results showed that there were three student learning problems, namely boredom, lack of understanding of the material, and the need for internet quota. The school strategy includes, firstly relating to administration and secondly relating to the implementation of learning. The administrative strategy is carried out with flexibility in paying tuition fees and contributing to institutional development. The learning strategy is a home-school collaboration as an important component in evaluating and monitoring the teaching and learning process by online.
Analisi Peran Media Pembelajaran Interaktif Berbasis Kahoot Terhadap Motivasi Belajar Siswa Dalam Pembelajaran Daring Karin Widya Ayuningtyas; Nadhirotuz Zulfah
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The Covid-19 pandemic that has spread throughout the country has made the government decide teaching and learning activities to be carried out boldly (online). Learning makes students bored and eventually lazy to learn. Researchers are trying to create new breakthroughs to increase student learning motivation to increase, namely by utilizing interactive learning media based on kahoot in brave learning. This study uses a literature review method where the data obtained from research comes from articles or journals that are relevant to the topic, or other people's research results are then analyzed again to draw a conclusion. The results of this research kahoot interactive media can be used in bold learning because of its easy use and includes a link or website so that it can be accessed by students. This interactive media also makes students not easily bored in the learning process. Learning that increases in fun can make students' learning motivation, this is because students do not feel bored easily when learning takes place, so students feel motivated and feel comfortable when learning using Kahoot media.
Dampak Covid-19 Terhadap Pembelajaran Online di Sekolah Menengah Pertama Kota Semarang Indri Murniawaty; Dwi Puji Astuti; Ahmad Sehabuddin; Devi Cahyaningrum
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Efforts to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus implemented in Indonesia in the education sector have resulted in learning at junior high schools in Semarang City using online learning through parental guidance. This study aims to describe the impact of COVID-19 on online learning in Semarang City's first schools. Online learning can use digital technology such as google classrooms, study houses, zoom, video conferencing, telephone or live chat and others. This research is a qualitative research. The informants in this study were students, teachers and parents of junior high school guardians in Semarang City. The results of this study were (1) The impact felt by students on the teaching and learning process at home was that students felt they had more experience than learning in class. (2) From the parent guardian's point of view, the impact felt is the additional cost of purchasing internet quota and parents have to spend time accompanying their children in online learning. (3) The impact felt by the teacher is that not all are proficient in using internet technology or social media as a learning tools.
Pembelajaran Kewirausahaan Daring pada Masa Pandemi Covid-19 Rani Novitasari; Indri Murniawaty; Siti Listyaningsih; Dwi Puji Astuti; Ahmad Sehabuddin
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One solution to reduce unemployment is to create an entrepreneur in vocational school students through entrepreneurship learning. Efforts to prevent the spread of the Corona Virus in Indonesia have resulted in entrepreneurship learning being carried out online. The purpose of this study was to determine the implementation of online entrepreneurship learning, the obstacles faced when implementing online entrepreneurship learning and the strategies of the obstacles associated with learning entrepreneurship online at SMK YPPM, Boja District, Kendal Regency. The method used in this research is descriptive qualitative with data collection techniques, namely interviews, questionnaires with a Likert scale, and documentation. The results of this study are (1) Online entrepreneurship learning shows ineffective results. (2) The obstacles that arise during the implementation of online entrepreneurship learning for students are students who are not ready, unhappy, not interested in online entrepreneurship learning, lack of understanding of online learning media, inadequate internet networks, difficulty finding learning resources, unaccompanied, students cannot concentrate , students feel lazy, bored when learning entrepreneurship online and after learning entrepreneurship online students do not like reading books. Meanwhile, the obstacle for teachers is that it is difficult for teachers to find student grades because there are still many who do not collect assignments. (3) The strategy to reduce barriers is for the teacher to conduct a home visit. Shows very effective results and runs smoothly.
Model Predict, Observe and Explain Pembelajaran Muatan IPS Kelas IV di SDN Pondok Bambu 06 Jakarta Ajat Sudrajat; Dudung Amir Soleh; Winda Dewi Lityasari; Vina Iasha
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The background of the research is the fact that learning outcomes are still below the KKM on social studies content, namely 80%. Researchers used Predict, Observe and Explain models in improving SD social studies learning outcomes. The research model design was classroom action research which was adapted from the model of Kemmis and Mc.Taggart. The tools used to collect data in this study were student and teacher observation data to see the application of the Predict, Observe and Explain models and evaluation sheets in measuring the improvement of learning outcomes. The research achievement can be seen from the application of the Predict, Observe and Explain model stages to students and teachers which exceed 90% and the percentage of learning outcomes exceeds 80%. Discussion, learning outcomes in cycle I is 52%, cycle II is 65% and cycle III is 100%. Student observations in the first cycle were 60%, the second cycle was 74, the third cycle was 92. Meanwhile, the teacher's observation in cycle I is 70, cycle II is 78, and cycle III is 96. It is concluded that the Predict, Observe and Explain model is very effective for teachers to increase their creative innovation abilities and can improve learning outcomes, especially in grade IV SD social studies content. In cycle I there are still weaknesses of students who have not adapted to the learning carried out by the teacher. The teacher still hasn't done all the steps from the Predict, Observe and Explain model so that it needs to be corrected in the second cycle. In the second cycle students were able to adapt to the learning model carried out by the teacher. The teacher has started to master the Predict, Observe and Explain model but has not reached the target so it needs improvement for the third cycle. from the third cycle student learning outcomes as well as student monitoring actions and teacher monitoring actions using the Predict, Observe, and Explain models are as expected. It can be said that the Predict, Observe, and Explain models are alternative models used in elementary schools.
Pengaruh Literasi Finansial Berbasis Virtual Reality pada Kemampuan Berfikir Kritis Siswa Asri Ratna Sari
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This type of research is an experimental study consisting of two classes with different treatments. This study aims to determine (1) critical thinking skills of students who are taught using virtual reality-based financial literacy, (2) critical thinking abilities of students taught using power point media-based financial literacy, (3) the effect of learning using virtual reality-based financial literacy on students' critical thinking skills. The population of this study were students of class VII B as the experimental group and class 7 A as the control group, at SMP N 2 Banjarnegara in the odd semester of the 2020/2021 school year, the sample was using the simple random sampling method. The research data were analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistical analysis techniques. The results of descriptive statistical analysis are as follows: (1) The critical thinking ability of students who are taught using virtual reality-based financial literacy is in the high category with an average of 88 with a standard deviation of 12.836601 from a maximum score of 100, (2) Critical thinking skills students taught using virtual reality-based financial literacy are at an average of 66 with a standard deviation of 15.47284289. From the results of inferential statistical analysis, Fvalue <Ftable (0.6908436214 <1.85) so that H0 is rejected or there is a significant effect of learning using virtual reality-based financial literacy on students' critical thinking skills. Observations show that students are more interested in financial literacy using virtual reality because students feel the sensation of interacting with the real environment, visualizing abstract things to be easy to understand and increasing their imagination.
Kajian Keruangan Pola Sebaran Strategi Pembelajaran Dalam Kegiatan PPL II (Studi Kasus: Mahasiswa S1 Pendidikan Geografi Universitas Nusa Cendana di Kota Kupang) Arfita Rahmawati; Radhi Ariawan
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Practical Field Experience (PPL) II is a compulsory subject, especially for prospective teachers. Practical Field Experience (PPL) II is a time for teaching students to practice learning knowledge in school partners. The Covid-19 pandemic occurred changed the PPL II system from offline to online. The online PPL system provides new experiences for students, including in determining the learning strategies to use. The purpose of this study to determine the distribution patterns of learning strategies in PPL II so can saw the learning strategies that are most popular among students and their spatial patterns. This study used questionnaire data that was distributed to 88 students then carried out NNA analysis to determine the spatial pattern and linear regression analysis. Based on the research results, it is known that the popular learning strategy used by students when PPL II is a cooperative learning strategy with a value of 44.318%. The spatial pattern based on the distribution of learning strategies used for cooperative learning, contextual and Problem Based Learning is clustered or clustered. As for the random patterned inquiry learning strategy. There is an influence from the learning strategies used by students on the level of satisfaction of school partners.

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