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JOGLOSEMAR WAYANG KULIT: A Study on the Symbols and Meaning of Wayang Kulit in Jogja, Solo, and Semarang: Kamsidjo Budi Utomo; Department of Art Education, Faculty of Languages and Cultures, UNNES Semarang Kamsidjo Budi Utomo
Universal Journal Vol. 1 No. 4 (2020): JOGLOSEMAR WAYANG KULIT: A Study on the Symbols and Meaning of Wayang Kulit in
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The purpose of this research was to investigate the semiotic meaning of Wayang Gagrak in Jogjakarta, Surakarta, and Semarang. It was also intended to examine the functions and indigenous elements of Wayang Kulit in those areas. This research employed a qualitative method to explore the issue in a flexible manner but at the same time, retaining an in-depth and accurate result. Peirce‟s semiotic analysis, comprising three elements, i.e., representamen, object, and interpretant, was used to scrutinize Wayang Gagrak from the three provinces mentioned previously. Representamen refers to everything that can function as a sign. The term object, in this context, refers to the component represented by the sign, while the interpretant is the interpretation of the sign. All data from the observation of Wayang Gagrak of the three areas, literature related to Peirce‟s semiotic analysis, and interview with informants (such as dalang or puppeteer, semiotic experts, and Wayang enthusiasts) were examined to present a thorough result. The criteria of this objective involve: (1) able to explore all details and signs represented visually in Wayang Gagrak of the selected areas; (2) able to present the meanings of the symbols of the Wayang, and; (3) able to examine the functions of the signs.
Drawing is Important for Your Child’s Development: Kamsidjo Budi Utomo Kamsidjo123@gmail.com Lecturer in the Fine Arts Department UNNES - Universitas Negeri Semarang Kamsidjo Budi Utomo
Universal Journal Vol. 1 No. 3 (2020): Drawing is Important for Your Child’s Development
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Child's growth and development is a parent's full attention, especially when the child is in the golden age. According to experts on mental development of children, 80 percent of children's brains develop in the golden age. So at that time, the role of parents is needed in monitoring the growth and development of children's brains. During the golden age the child's brain develops so quickly that any information will be absorbed, without seeing the information is good or bad. In addition to playing a role as a supervisor for the growth and development of children, parents must also be tasked with increasing knowledge, especially around child growth. One of the activities that can be trained to children in increasing knowledge while providing stimulus to the child's growth and development process is drawing. Connecting lines and joining dots in the pursuit of making a drawing requires a certain level of problem solving. In order for a child to consciously draw an object, they first need to visualize the shape and then work out the best way to reproduce it on paper. The problem-solving skills that children develop from drawing will also transfer over to other subjects like maths, where visual representations can often help in finding a solution.
Art Education Management Optimizes Early Age Potential: Kamsidjo Budi Utomo Kamsidjo123@gmail.com Lecturer in the Fine Arts Department UNNES - Universitas Negeri Semarang Kamsidjo Budi Utomo
Universal Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): Art Education Management Optimizes Early Age Potential
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Early childhood education is a form of education that focuses on laying the foundation for physical growth and development (fine and gross motor coordination), intelligence (power of thought, creativity, emotional intelligence, spiritual intelligence), socio emotional (attitude and behavior and religion) language and communication, in accordance with the uniqueness and stages of development that are passed by early childhood. (Adalilla, S, 2010) [1]We can also apply art to education. Through art we can provide alternatives for the development of the psychic potential of the self and can act as liberating soul cathars. So art education is also able to facilitate the needs of children to maximize their growth and development.
DEVELOPMENT OF A CREATIVE DESIGN TRAINING MODEL IN PLAYGROUP TEACHERS IN SEMARANG CITY: Kamsidjo Budi Utomo Universitas Negeri Semarang Email: kamsidjo.budi.utomo@mailunnes.ac.id Kamsidjo Budi Utomo
Universal Journal Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020): DEVELOPMENT OF A CREATIVE DESIGN TRAINING MODEL IN PLAYGROUP TEACHERS IN SEMARA
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The purpose of this study is to produce an effective training model and the formation of Playgroup teachers who have better creative drawing competence than before. This research approach is a research and development (R&D) design. These stages, namely the collection of data needs for model development, design development of model development, model validation of model trials (individual, group, and limited), model revisions, model trials, and final model revisions. The results of this study are creative drawing training models that have proven their effectiveness. The results of the effectiveness test showed a pretest value, namely a B value (10%), a C value (15%), and a D value (75%). The posttest results showed that the value of A (60%), and the value of B (40%). The results of the study concluded that the final model of development results was effective and could develop creative drawing competencies in Playgroup teachers. The development research model is recommended to be recommended as a model / pilot project in Semarang City.
Educational Management Based on Local Wisdom : Muhamad Sholeh muhamadsholeh@unesa.ac.id Lecturer in Education Management Department, Faculty of Education, Universitas Negeri Surabaya Muhamad Sholeh
Universal Journal Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020): Educational Management Based on Local Wisdom
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Local wisdom-based education or local excellence is education that utilizes local and global excellence in the aspects of economics, arts and culture, human resources, language, information and communication technology, ecology, and others into the school curriculum which ultimately benefits the development of competency of learners can be used for global competition. Local wisdom is a term for local ideas. However, it must be remembered, the idea in question must be of a full wisdom according to its name, wise, of good value, and firmly planted across generations in society. As the name implies, the core value of local wisdom itself is local. Thus, local wisdom can only apply in a community that embeds it.
Differences in Conventional Learning with E-learning: Muhamad Sholeh muhamadsholeh@unesa.ac.id Lecturer in Education Management Department, Faculty of Education, Universitas Negeri Surabaya Muhamad Sholeh
Universal Journal Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020): Differences in Conventional Learning with E-learning
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Educational management, also sometimes known as educational administration, is commonly associated with elementary and secondary schools as well as institutes of higher learning like colleges and universities. Education management professionals can also be found working in governmental agencies, private companies, and not-for-profit organizations. Those working in educational management might develop education policy, conduct research, or consult to help evaluate and develop ways to enrich and enhance the educational system at all levels. Most educational management professionals have earned at least a master's degree and many are licensed teachers or principals. To improve a quality education, we need to manage the education system from conventional learning to e-learning, which can provide convenience in educating students, so that independent learning can create innovation and creativities. Learning is basically the process of adding information and abilities, when thinking about what information and competencies are meant by students, then at that moment we should think about what strategies should be done so that all of them can be achieved effectively and efficiently. This is very important for every teacher to understand, because what must be achieved will determine how to achieve it. A teacher is required to master the learning methods that he does will be able to provide added value for his students. If so far the method of learning is done face to face directly (conventional), but in an era of globalization like this requires educators to use methods that are more effective and efficient. This method is then called the online learning method.
Basic Management in Managing Boarding School: Akhmad Afroni Akhmadafroni@iainpekalongan.ac.id Lecturer of Teacher Education Madrasah Ibtidaiyah (PGMI) IAIN Pekalongan Akhmad Afroni
Universal Journal Vol. 2 No. 3 (2020): Basic Management in Managing Boarding School
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Boarding school management has many day-to-day challenges. They are responsible for academic excellence as well as caring for the well-being of students 24 hours a day. Ensuring that all staff are working together and sharing information is key to providing the best possible level of care for pupils. Cloud-based software can go a long way to alleviating some of the difficulties around keeping students safe and sharing relevant information amongst staff. There’s a lot of information out there about what a boarding school is and how students can benefit from attending one. There are so many different types of boarding school – from prep academies to military or religious school. While it’s clear there is no one-size-fits-all model, there are some characteristics that we feel create a beneficial learning environment.
The Effect of Watering on Rice Washing Water,MSG Water, and AC (Air Conditioner) Wastewater on Yields Components and Tomato Yields (Lycopersicon esculentum L.) in the Deep Peatland: Hariyadi, SP, MP FST Universitas Terbuka Email: hariyadi@ecampus.ut.ac.id Hariyadi, SP, MP
Universal Journal Vol. 2 No. 4 (2020): The Effect of Watering on Rice Washing Water,MSG Water, and AC (Air Conditioner
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The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of rice washing water, MSG water, and AC waste water (air conditioner) on yield components and yields of Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum L.) plants planted in the Deep Peat Soil. This study used a randomized block design (RBD) with 3 factors: rice washing water of 3 levels (0 ml.liter-1; 500 ml.liter-1; 1000 ml.liter-1); MSG water in 3 levels (0 g.liter-1; 3 g.liter-1; 6 g.liter-1); and AC wastewater as much as 2 levels (0 ml.liter-1; 200 ml.liter-1). The parameters observed were the first flowering, fruit diameter, number of fruit plants, fruit weight per plant, average fresh fruit weight, and fruit weight per hectare of tomato plants. The results showed that the interaction of rice washing water and MSG water significantly affected the parameters at first flowering and fruit weight per tomato plant. The single factor of rice washing water and MSG water each had a significant effect on all yield component parameters and yield of tomato plants. The single factor of AC wastewater has a significant effect on all parameters of yield and yield components of tomato plants except on the number of fruits and fruit weight per hectare of tomato plants. Provision of the best rice washing water with a dose of 1000 ml.liter-1; MSG water at a dose of 6 g.liter-1; and AC wastewater at a dose of 200 ml. liters-1.
Habitus of Culture: Retaining Batik’s Identity amidst the Modernization: Kamsidjo Budi Utomo. Ebnan Syarif, Universitas Negeri Semarang kamsidjo123@gmail.com Kamsidjo Budi Utomo
Universal Journal Vol. 2 No. 4 (2019): Habitus of Culture: Retaining Batik’s Identity amidst the Modernization
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Amidst the rapid modernization, Batik is now considered old-fashioned and less favored; as an icon of traditional textile art, Batik has been inferior in keeping up with current demands of a so-called “modern” society. The quick-spreading fad of kekinian (or „trendy‟, „hype‟) has been more familiar to the younger generation. This phenomenon calls for a critical outlook on the “metaphysics of presence” that lays its foundation on the principle of aesthetics. To this growing lifestyle, perfections in life are achieved by expediency and pragmatism. Contrary to that, batik offers traditionalistic, symbolic approach of representing meaning; therefore, it becomes less popular compared to the recent trends. This study, however, sees the relevance of raising the discourse of batik in the midst of recent trends by approaching it from the lens of cultural pluralism that highlights its emphasis on a nation‟s “character”. However, in lieu of mere attempt of “reviving” the relevance of batik, this study aims further to discuss batik‟s true nature and the development of its existence throughout the advancement of culture and science.
UNDERSTANDING THE BEAUTY OF CHILDRENS’ SCRATCHES: Kamsidjo Budi Utomo Faculty of Languages and Arts, Universitas Negei Semarang, Sekaran, Gunungpati, Semarang Email: kamsidjo.budi.utomo@mail.unnes.ac.id Sunarto Faculty of Languages and Arts, Universitas Negei Semarang, Sekaran, Gunungpati, Semarang Kamsidjo Budi Utomo
Universal Journal Vol. 1 No. 6 (2017): UNDERSTANDING THE BEAUTY OF CHILDRENS’ SCRATCHES
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Children love to draw in any place without fear of being wrong (Oitjinsan). Connoisseurs are often fascinated by the children’s scratches. On the other hand, community generally does not understand where the beauty is. Drawings act as the symbols of the children’s deepest feelings. The thickness of the lines shows the nuances of the idea of a story that was experienced. Drawing means exploring the imaginations, thoughts, feelings and ideas of the environment. The urge to express through non-appearing words makes the scratches in the drawing becomes more meaningful. Drawing is a process of imagination that is expressed in the form of lines, colors and textures. Thus, scratch as an art product has fulfilled the requirements of artistic techniques and expressions. That is why understanding the beauty of the scratches is important.

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