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PROCEEDING

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ADRI - 5

“Scientific Publications toward Global Competitive Higher Education”

Publishing Institute

DPD ADRI SULSEL

Director of Publication

Faizal Amir

Editor

Anas Arfandi

Syafruddin Side

Hendrajaya

Zulhaji

Fathahillah

Lay Out

Nur Abdiansyah

Address

Universitas Negeri Makassar

ISBN: 978-602-60736-1-7

©2017 DPD ADRI SULSEL

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FOREWORD

The theme of international conference ADRI

5 is Scientific Publications toward

Global Competitive Higher Education. This conference is an annual academic event that

holds as a part of events series of inauguration to DPD ADRI SULSEL period 2017 - 2021.

This proceeding consists of all accepted and supplementary paper. They are also presented in

the conference. All papers are contributed by researchers who are not only academic member

of ADRI but also those who come from many area disciplines such as teachers, practitioners,

and students. It is hoped that this proceeding will be used well as academic references to

share knowledge in produce quality scientific publication to build competitiveness of the

higher education in the globalization era.

Makassar, 22 January 2017

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THE SCHEDULE OF INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ADRI - 5

Theater Room - 3

rd

Floor Pinisi Tower UNM, 21 January 2017

TIME ACTIVITY PRESENTER PIC

08.00 – 09.00 Registration Committee

09.00 – 09.05 Opening ceremony Master of Ceremony (MC) 09.05 – 09.10 Singing Indonesia Raya Dirigent

09.10 – 09.30 Inauguration of DPD ADRI Sulsel

Dr. Achmad Fathoni Rodli, M.Pd. MC

09.30 – 09.40 Organizing Report Chairman Committee Dr. Faizal Amir, M.Pd.

MC

09.40 – 09.50 Speech as Chairman of DPP ADRI Sulsel

Prof. Dr. Husain Syam, M.TP. MC

09.50 – 10.00 Speech as Chairman of DPP ADRI

Dr. Achmad Fathoni Rodli, M.Pd. MC

10.00 – 10.10 Speech of Ministry Dr. Ir. Agus Puji Prasetyono, M.Eng. (Expert Staff of Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education)

MC

10.10 – 10.20 Speech of Vice Governor of South Sulawesi

Ir. Agus Arifin Nu’mang, M.Si. MC

10.20 – 10.40 Cultural Action Traditional Dance MC 10.40 – 10.50 Souvenir Gift Given by Chairman of DPD ADRI

SULSEL

MC

10.50 – 11.00 Coffee Break

11.00 – 12.00 Speech of Keynote Speaker (Expert Staff of Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education)

Dr. Ir. Agus Puji Prasetyono, M.Eng. Moderator:

Widya Karmila Sari

12.00 – 13.00 Lunch Break Committee

13.00 – 15.00 Speech of Invited Speaker (Panel Session)

1. Prof. Dr. Ruzairi Abdul Rahim (UTHM Malaysia)

2. Dr. Ir. Gatot Hari Priowirjanto, M.Sc. (Director SEAMEO, Bangkok) 3. Dr. Achmad Fathoni Rodli

(DPD ADRI Pusat) 4. Dr. Anton Muhibuddin

(JSPS - Japan)

Moderator: Widya Karmila Sari, S.Pd., M.Pd.

15.00 – 17.30 Parallel Session

Ballroom Lantai 2, Room 1

National & International Presenter Moderator: Dr. Syafruddin Side

15.00 – 17.30 Parallel Session

Ballroom Lantai 2, Room 2

National & International Presenter Moderator: Dr. Hendrajaya

15.00 – 17.30 Parallel Session

Ballroom Lantai 2, Room 3

National & International Presenter Moderator: Dr. Wahira

15.00 – 17.30 Parallel Session P3G Lantai 3, Room 1

National & International Presenter Moderator:

Zaenal Abidin, M.Si.

15.00 – 17.30 Parallel Session P3G Lantai 3, Room 2

National & International Presenter Moderator:

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Ruang

: Ball Room I Lt.2

Moderator

: Dr. Syafruddin Side, M.Si.

Time SPEAKERS INSTITUTION PAPER

15.00 – 15.30

Nurlita Pertiwi Universitas Negeri Makassar Environmental Value Of River Bank

Faizal Suyuthi Fakultas Teknik Universitas Pejuang R.I Correlational Study Of Environmental Science And Education Levels With Concern For Environment

Muhammad Amin Syam¹, Andi Ilham Samanlangi², La Ode Muh.

Yazid Amsah³

¹23 Jurusan Teknik Pertambangan Fakultas Teknik Univrsitas Pejuang

Republik Indonesia

Groundwater Modelling To Predict Flow And Negative Impacts Of Groundwater Abstraction

Ritnawati¹, Enny Tri Mahyuni², Andi Amrullah³

¹Jurusan Teknik Pertambangan Fakultas Teknik Univrsitas Pejuang Republik

Indonesia

Acid Mine Treatment Method Bioremediation Coal Mine Using Bacteria And Thiobacillus Thiobacillus Ferrooxidans Thiooxidans

15.30 – 16.00

Nur Asia Umar1), Sri Mulyani2), Ida Suryani3), and Muh.Hatta4)

1)

Faculty Fishery Cokroaminoto Makassar University, 2)Faculty Fishery

Bosowa University

3)

Faculty Agronomy Cokroaminoto Makassar University,

4)

Faculty Marine Science and Fishery Hasanuddin University

Model And Simulation Of Relationship Tropodinamik Waters Of Lake Tempe, Wajo Disctrit.

Slamet Widodo1, Saifuddin Sirajudin2

1

Universitas Negeri Makassar

2

Hasanuddin University

Effect Long Drying On The Quality Of Flour Fish Mujahir (Oreochromis Mossambicus) And Fish Sardenilla (Sardinella Aurita)

Maimuna Nontji Potential Analysis of Methane Gas Reduction by Methanotrophs

Bacteria from Rice Field Muhammad Wiharto1, Herlinda

Haruna2, Fatma Hiola3, Muhammad Wijaya4, Hamka L5

Universitas Negeri Makassar Analysis Of Vegetation Saplings Used In Mixed Forest Burnt Bawakaraeng Mountain

16.00 – 16.30

Yiyin Klistafani Politeknik Negeri Ujung Pandang Experimental And Numerical Study Of Turbulent Flow Characteristic In Asymmetric Diffuser

Adriyani Adam1, Sukardi2, Hasir3, Agus Erwin Ashari4

1

Health Polytehnic of Mamuju

2

BKKBN of West Sulawesi Province Factors Related To Early Age Marriage At Mamuju District

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Time SPEAKERS INSTITUTION PAPER

Of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

Rukli Universitas Muhammadiyah Makassar Characteristics Analysis Of Math Items Type On Data Trend In International Mathematics And Science Study

16.30 – 17.00

Amal Said Faculty of Agriculture

Makassar Islamic University Mastery Rights Of Agricultural Land Management In South Sulawesi Harapin H, A1.

Napirah2, and S. Wanci3

Faculty of Animal Science, Universitas Halu Oleo

Body Weight And Carcass Percentage Of Male And Female Local Pigeon (Columbia Livia) In Kendari City

Nurnaeni Academy of Midwifery (AKBID)

Gunung Sari Makassar

Analysis Of Effect Of Motivation Nurse Nursing Documentation Of Filling The Medical Record Files

Nilawati Uly1, Ratnasari Iskandar2, and Ririn Eka Puspitasari S.3

123

STIKES Mega Buana Palopo Factors That Related With The Elderly Activeness In The Utilization Of The Elderly Posyandu

17.00 – 17.30

Musbir1, Sudirman2, and Ridwan Bohari3

Department of Fisheries, Faculty of Marine Science and Fisheries,

Hasanuddin University.

The Resources Of Spiny Lobster (Panulirus spp) In Southern Coastal Waters Of Bulukumba Regency

Riza Sativani Hayati Biology Education Department, Mumammadiyah Makassar University

Potential Leaf Extract Orthosiphon Aristatus As Growth Inhibitor Of

Candida Albicans

Nurfaizah AP. Faculty of Education

University Negeri Makassar

The Implementation Of Problem Based Learning (PBL) Model To Improve Critical Thinking Ability In Civics Learning To Fifth-Grade

Students In SD Inpres 10/73 Bajoe Eastern Tanete Riattang District Of Bone

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Ruang

: Ball Room 2 Lt.2

Moderator

: DR. Wahira, M.Hum

TIME SPEAKERS INSTITUTION PAPER

15.00 – 15.30

Hardianto Djanggih1 and Aan Aswari2

1

Law Faculty Universitas Tompotika Luwuk

2

Law Faculty Universitas Muslim Indonesia

Information Technology Crimes Against Children As Victims

Lu’mu Fakultas Teknik , Universitas Negeri Makassar Media Card For Anticorruption Learning On The Subject PkN (Pendidikan Kewarganegaraan) In Junior High School Kamri Ahmad1 and

Andi Arjuni K. Petta Lolo2

Indonesia Muslim University,

Makassar, Indonesia The Influence Of Political System On Corruption

Rusdiana Junaid1, Rustan Santaria2

1

Universitas Cokroaminoto Palopo An Excursion As A Great Medium Of Writing Process

15.30 – 16.00

Ahmad Universitas Negeri Makassar Urgency Of Spiritual Therapy In Developing Quality Of Soul And Character Of Students At SMAN Makassar

Umar

STISIP Muhammadiyah Sinjai

The Determinant Factors Toward The Effectiveness Of Supervision Function Of Local Parliament (DPRD) In Sinjai Regency

Hariratul Jannah1), and Muammar Hasbullah2)

Faculty of Letters, Universitas

Muslim Indonesia “Aru” As Traditional Poetry In Makassar The Study Of Stylistic

Mahmudah Universitas Negeri Makassar Scientifics Markers In Academic Text

16.00 – 16.30

Fatoni¹, Cahyo Yuwono², Mohamad Annas³

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Faculty of Sport Science,

Semarang State University Understanding Soccer Players Of The Laws Of The Game 2010/2011

Syamsuddin Maldun Universitas Bosowa Prospects For Public Private Partnership Infrastructure In South Sulawesi Province

H. Joko Tri Brata 1) , La Ode Bariun 2), and

Asri Djauhar 3)

Sulawesi Tenggara University Model Poverty Based Collaboration

Najmi Kamariah1, Maryati Ismaili2,

¹Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu

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TIME SPEAKERS INSTITUTION PAPER

Abd. Rahman Kadir2, and Noer Bahri Noer2

Makassar

2

Universitas Hasanuddin

16.30 – 17.00

Muhammad Jufri Psychologi Faculty, Universitas

Negeri Makassar Talent Management: Toward Optimal Quality Of Human Resources

Yusriadi Hala STIE – YPUP The Effectiveness of The Intensification and Extensification Strategy To Increase The Revenue Of Makassar City

Sunardi Universitas Negeri Makassar Environmental Conservation Through Waste Management Of Car Repair Shop In Makassar City

Moh. Ahsan S. Mandra

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Ruang

: Ball Room 3 Lt.2

Moderator

: Dr. Hendra Jaya, M.T

TIME SPEAKERS INSTITUTION PAPER

15.00 – 15.30

Risa Bernadip Umar1, Munawar2, Natsir Thamrin3

Fakultas Teknik

Universitas Pejuang Republik Indonesia

Effect Of Heat Treatment On The Mechanical Properties Of Steel S45c Welding Process With Smaw (Shielded Metal Arc Welding)

Andi Ilham Samanlangii ¹) Adi Tonggiroh 2) and Moh.Khaidir Noor 3)

1,3 )

Mining Engineering Department, Universitas Pejuang

Republik Indonesia (UPRI) ²Geologi Department, Universitas Hasanuddin

Prospecting Iron Ore In Sabussalam Region Calendar In City Subulussalam, Aceh

Heri Suryaman 1), Kusnan 2), Suparji 3), and Supari

Muslim 4)

1,2,3)

Civil engineering, faculty of technique, surabaya state of university

4)

Electrical Engineering, faculty of technique, surabaya state of university

Developing KKNI Based Teaching Administration And The Problem Solving In Order To Increase The Learning Outcomes Of Students In Beam Structure-I Class, Civil Engineering, State University Of Surabaya

Kusnan 1), and Agus Wiyono2)

Civil engineering, faculty of technique, surabaya state of university

Development Of Flood Countermeasures Model In Campus Of Ketintang UNESA Surabaya

15.30 – 16.00

Agus Budi Santosa Electrical Department, of State University of Surabaya

The Development Of Learning Media To Improve The Results Of The Study Of Data Communication In Industrial Electronics Engineering

Department At SMKN 1 Jetis Mojokerto

Syamsidah Faculty of Engineering, Universitas

Negeri Makassar Employer Relationship Patterns And Housemaids Hasanah1;

Muh. Nasir Malik2; Elfira Makmur3;

Faculty of Engineering , Universitas Negeri Makassar

Model Integration Of Discovery Learning With Contextual Teaching And Learning (Dl-CTL MODEL) To Improve The Quality Of Learning In

Vocational High School Sapto Haryoko1,

Hendra Jaya2 Universitas Negeri Makassar

Alignment of Supply and Demand workforce Vocational School Graduates On Industry

16.00 – 16.30

Yasser A. Djawad1,

Sutarsi Suhaeb2 Universitas Negeri Makassar Role of Information Technology in Health Sector in Improving Health Care

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TIME SPEAKERS INSTITUTION PAPER

Muliaty Creative Media State Polytechnic

Makassar The Design Of Tour Guide Application Based On Android Abdul Muis Mappalotteng1,

Fathahillah2, Pattasang3

Technology and Vocational Education, Postgraduate, State University of

Makassar

The Effectiveness Of Using Plc Trainer Panel System In The Practice Learning Of Operating Electromagnetic Control System In Vocational High

School

16.30 – 17.00

Ummiati Rahmah Universitas Negeri Makassar Theatrical Mini Development Character Early Age Child at TK Melati UNM

Muhammad Saleh1 and

Mayong Maman2 Universitas Negeri Makassar Politeness Strategy Of Students’ Speaking Skill In Learning Interaction

Muhammad Basri D1, Andi Tenri Ampa2, and

Sitti Halijah3

1

Department of English, Faculty of Letters, UMI Makassar,

2

Department of English Education, Faculty of Teachers Training and

Education, Unismuh Makassar,

3

Department of English Education, Faculty of Letters, UMI Makassar,

The Specified Patterns Of Noun Phrases Used By The Fourth Semester Students In Their Paragraphs

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Ruang

: P3G Ruang I Lt.3

Moderator

: Zainal Abidin, SE., M.Si.

TIME SPEAKERS INSTITUTION PAPER

15.00 – 15.30

Purnamawati1, Hasanah2, Nuridayanti3

Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Negeri Makassar

The Implementation Of Problem Posing Learning Model Of Subject Electrical Engineering

Muhammad Ilham Bakhtiar1,

Sinta Nurul Oktaviana K. 2 1STKIP Andi Matappa.Pangkep

Cognitive Restructuring Application Techniques To Reduce Student Behavior In Academic Procrastination

St. Asriati AM.

Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan, Universitas Muhammadiyah Makassar

The Use Of Predict-Explain-Observe-Explain In Improving The Students’ Speaking Ability At The Eleventh Year Of SMA Batara Gowa (An

Experimental) Musripah 1), Ismet Basuki 2),

Euis Ismayati 3) , and Supari Muslim 4)

1)

SMKN 2 Boyolangu Tulungagung

2), 3)

and 4) Postgraduate Program of State University of Surabaya

The Effect Of Learning Styles And Learning Model Of Students Competence Subject Basic Design At State Vocational High School 2 Boyolangu

15.30 – 16.00

Mubasir 1) , Muchlas Samani

2)

, Mochamad Cholik 3), and Supari Muslim4)

1)

SMK Al- Huda Kediri 2) 3) and 4) Postgraduate Program of State

University of Surabaya

The Development Of Motorcycle Trainer Starting System Learning Media To Improve Students’ Learning Outcomes In Starting System Repairment

Competence

Jahja Nawawi 1), Muclas Samani2), Ekohariadi 3), and

Fendi Achmad 4)

1)

SMK PGRI 4 Kediri 2) , 3) and 4) Postgraduate Program of State

University of Surabaya

The Effect Of Cooperative Learning Model Jigsaw Ii Toward The Students Learning Outcome Electric Light Vehicle Maintenance At State Vocational

High School PGRI 4 Kediri Hendro 1), Muchklas Samani

2)

, Wayan Susila 3), and Fandi Achmad 4)

1)

SMK Al Huda Kediri 2) 3) and 4) Postgraduate Program of State

University of Surabaya

The Development Trainer Media Car Audio Systems To Improve Learning Outcomes Audio System Maintains Competency Skills In State Vocational

High School Al Huda Kediri Sutikno1),

Supari Muslim2) Bambang Suprianto3)

1)

SMK Kediri 2) and 3) Postgraduate Program of State University of

Surabaya

The Relationships Among Map Concept Learning Strategies, Lathe Practicum Learning Facilities, Teaching Skills, And Student Learning Outcome Of Grade XI Mechanical Engineering Of All Vocational Senior High Schools Kediri

16.00 – 16.30

Joko Sukariono 1), Supari Muslim 2), and

Munoto 3)

1)

SMK Al Huda Kediri

2)

and 3) Postgraduate Program of State

University of Surabaya

The Effect Of Intellegent Quotient Level And Learning Media Of Automatic Transmission Service Subject Outcome Of Student At Xii Motorcycle

Engineering Smk Al Huda Kediri

Munirah1 and Rahmah A.2 Prodi Magister Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia

The Real ThingsMediaIn Writing Description Learning Of Student Grade X1

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TIME SPEAKERS INSTITUTION PAPER

Muhammad Yusri Bachtiar1*, Muhammad Akil Musi2,

Syamsuardi3

1,2,3

Prodi PG-PAUD Fakultas Ilmu Pendidikan Universitas Negeri

Makassar

Developing Project Based Learning Method Using Media Recycling Waste At Group B Islamic Integrated Kindergarten Wihdatul Ummah Makassar

Misykat Malik Ibrahim1, Muhammad Amri2

Tarbiyah and Teaching Faculty (FTK), Alauddin State Islamic

University

The Evaluation Of Biology Education Study Program Of Tarbiyah And Teaching Faculty Of UIN Alauddin Makassar

16.30 – 17.00

Elidasari STEI Trianandra The Effect Of Inquiry Learning Model To Student Having Field Independent Cognitive Style Toward Writing Skill Of Business Letter

Ridwan1, Yansar2, and Dedi Kusnadi3

Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Borneo Tarakan

University

The Analysis Of Curriculum 2013 Textbooks For The Fourth Grade Students Viewed From The Aspect Of Content Feasibility

Hikmawati Usman Fakultas Ilmu Pendidikan Universitas Negeri Makassar

The Effect Of Using Audio Visual Media To Learning Outcomes Of Art, Culture And Skills Of Grade IV SD Negeri Mannuruki Tamalate District,

Makassar City

Ramly Fakultas Bahasa dan Sastra

Universitas Negeri Makassar The Discrepancy Between Teaching Plan And Its Implementation

17.00 – 17.30

Riana T. Mangesa1) , and Anas Arfandi 2)

1,2)

Faculty of Engineering -

Universitas Negeri Makassar Review Of Implementation Values Of Character In The Subject On Vocational Education

Muhammad Guntur

Study Program of Public Administration, Faculty of Social

Sciences,

State University of Makassar, South Sulawesi, Indonesia

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Ruang

: P3G Ruang 2 Lt. 2

Moderator

: Faisal Najamuddin, S.Pd., M.Eng.

TIME SPEAKERS INSTITUTION PAPER

15.00 – 15.30

Andi Paida Program Studi Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia

Effectiveness Of Application Technique Sentence Stock Exchange In Lesson Setting Paragraph Narrative Class X SMK Gunung Sari 1 Makassar

Nahindi Putra Gitama 1), LuhWinaSadevi 2), Supari Muslim 3), and

BambangSuprianto 4)

1,2)

Magister of Engineering and Vocational Education, Post Graduate

State University of Surabaya,

3,4)

Professor of Engineering and Vocational Education, Post Graduate

University of Surabaya,

Comparison Of The Learning Outcomes Of Courslab 2.4 And Power Point Media In PLC Course

Syamsiarna Nappu1, and

Evi Angraeni2 Universitas Muhammadiyah Makassar Improving Students’ Vocabulary Through Jigsaw Technique

Herman H1), and Hasruddin2) Faculty of Sport Science,

Universitas Negeri Makassar Analysis Of Motivation Of Students Exercise Basketball SMAN 2 Polongbangkeng North District Takalar

15.30 – 16.00 Endang Ayu Patrianingsih1, Ernawati S K2, and

Nurhayati B3

1,2,3)

Post Graduate State University Of Makassar

The Influence Of Discovery Learning Model Toward The Comprehension Of Biology Concept And Scientific Attitude Of Students At SMAN 3 Takalar

Joko Faculty of Engineering Unesa Surabaya Development Learning Tool Problem Based Learning Model Direct Current Machines Lesson

Wahyu Prima Agus1), Achmad Munandar2), Bambang Supriatno3)

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia Reasoning Analysis Of Junior High School Students Around The Settlement Of Indigenous Baduy In Response Environmental Issues

Muhammad Khalifah Mustami

Biology Education Department, Teaching and Science Faculty, State

Islamic University of Alauddin Makassar

Information Reception And Attitude Of Environmental Awareness On Secondary School Students

16.00 – 16.30 Ratna Dewi1, Erwin Udding2

1, 2

Muhammadiyah University of

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TIME SPEAKERS INSTITUTION PAPER

Akbar iskandar1, Muhammad Rizal2

1

STMIK AKBA Item Quality Analysis Instrument In The College Entrance Test In The View Of The Expert Validator

Mislia UPRI An Implementation Of Character Education In Scout Extracurriculer Activity

At SMPN 1 Maros

Darlan Sidik Universitas Negeri Makassar Application Of ICT For Distance Learning In Cooperation Program Of State University Of Makassar

16.30 – 17.00 Farida Aryani1, Abdullah Sinring2, Muh. Rais3

Universitas Negeri Makassar Conseling Guidance Services Using SIMPESA (Sistem Aplikasi Peminatan Siswa)

Muhammad Jafar Universitas Negeri Makassar Professional Competence Development Of English Teachers In Indonesian Junior High School

Bakharani Rauf Universitas Negeri Makassar Analisis Of Motivation And Interest Of Secondary High School Students To Continue The Study In Vocational High School

Abd. Halim Universitas Negeri Makassar A Motivational Study On Learning English In The Extended Learning Program

17.00 – 17..30 Syamsiah D. Universitas Negeri Makassar Integrated Cooperative Model Application Reading Composition (CIRC) To Improve Understanding Learning Outcomes Of Reading Class V SD Negeri

Sudirman II Makassar Umi Farida Universitas Negeri Makassar

The Challenges Of Higher Education In Asean Economic Community (Aec)

Eko Wagiyanto Universitas Negeri Makassar Policy Analysis On Prevention Of Child Dropout Of School Case Study: Movement Back To School In Mamuju Amirullah Abduh1) and

Rosmaladewi2)

1)

UniversitasNegeri Makassar, Indonesia

2)

Politeknik Pertanian Negeri Pangkep, Indonesia

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No Invited Speaker Pages

1 Harapin H1), A. Napirah2), and S. Wanci2) 1

2 Purnamawati1), Hasanah2, and Nuridayanti3 4

3 H. Joko Tri Brata 12

4 Nurlita Pertiwi 18

5 Risa Bernadip Umar1, Munawar2, and Natsir Thamrin3 24

6 Faizal Suyuthi 30

7 Andi Ilham Samanlangii ¹), Adi Tonggiroh2), and Moh.Khaidir Noor 3) 35

8 Muhammad Amin Syam¹), Andi Ilham Samanlangi²), and La Ode Muh. Yazid Amsah³) 40

9 Ritnawati¹, Enny Tri Mahyuni², and Andi Amrullah³ 46

10 Muhammad Ilham Bakhtiar1, and Sinta Nurul Oktaviana Kasim 2 54

11 St. Asriati AM. 63

12 Hardianto Djanggih1), and Aan Aswari2) 74

13 Nur Asia Umar1), Sri Mulyani2), Ida Suryani3), and Muh.Hatta4) 80

14 Munirah1) and Rahmah A. 2) 84

15 Muhammad Yusri Bachtiar1, Muhammad Akil Musi2, and Syamsuardi3 93

16 Misykat Malik Ibrahim1), and Muhammad Amri2) 103

17 Elidasari 111

18 Ridwan1), Yansar2), and Dedi Kusnadi3) 118

19 Heri Suryaman 1), Kusnan 2), Suparji 3),and Supari Muslim 4) 127

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21 Andi Paida 149

22 Slamet Widodo1, and Saifuddin Sirajudin2 157

23 Syamsiarna Nappu1 and Evi Angraeni2 163

24 Herman H.1 & Hasruddin2 170

25 Syamsidah 181

26 Hasanah1); Muhammad Nasir Malik2); and Elfira Makmur3) 193

27 Endang Ayu Patrianingsih1), Ernawati S.K.2), and Nurhayati B.3) 201

28 Sapto Haryoko1), and Hendra Jaya2) 218

29 Yasser A. Djawad1), and Sutarsi Suhaeb2) 225

30 Muhammad Wiharto

1)

, Herlinda Haruna2), Fatma Hiola3), Muhammad Wijaya4), and

Hamka L5) 234

31 Muhammad Yahya 241

32 Lu’mu 247

33 Kamri Ahmad1), and Andi Arjuni K. Petta Lolo2) 257

34 Muliaty 262

35 Najmi Kamariah1), Maryati Ismaili2), Abd. Rahman Kadir3), and Noer Bahri Noer4) 268

36 Ahmad 279

37 Yiyin Klistafani 285

38 Wahyu Prima Agus1), Achmad Munandar2), and Bambang Supriatno3) 292

39 Muhammad Khalifah Mustami 302

40 Umar 308

41 Nurnaeni 319

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44 Abdul Muis Mappalotteng1), Fathahillah2), and Pattasang3) 338

45 Ratna Dewi1), and Erwin Udding2) 350

46 Ummiati Rahmah 358

47 Akbar Iskandar1), and Muhammad Rizal2) 364

48 Yusriadi Hala 376

49 Rukli 384

50 Amal Said 390

51 Darlan Sidik 397

52 Farida Aryani1), Abdullah Sinring2), and Muh. Rais3) 403

53 Muhammad Jafar 409

54 Syamsuddin Maldun 419

55 Bakhrani Rauf 435

56 Hikmawati usman1), and Ahmad syawaluddin2) 446

57 Abd. Halim 450

58 Ramly 456

59 Muhammad Saleh1) and Mayong Maman3) 460

60 Muhammad Basri D.1), Andi Tenri Ampa2),and Sitti Halijah3) 467

61 Sunardi 476

62 Moh. Ahsan S. Mandra 481

63 Mahmud Mustafa 487

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65 Riza Sativani 499

66 Nurfaiziah 505

67 Ambo Dalle 515

68 Syamsiah D. 520

69 Umi Farida 528

70 Eko Wagiyanto 535

71 Amirullah Abduh1) and Rosmala Dewi2) 542

72 Riana T. Mangesa1) and Anas Arfandi2) 546

73 Guntur 554

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SCHOOL GRADUATE ON INDUSTRY

Sapto Haryoko, Hendra Jaya

Universitas Negeri Makassar

saptoharyoko@yahoo.com

,

hendra070982@gmail.com

ABSTRACT

There are six tasks successfully formulated to improve SMK so competitive, including: making development roadmap SMK, enhance and harmonize the vocational curriculum with competency in accordance with user needs graduates (link and match), increase the number and competence for teachers and vocational, improving cooperation with Ministry or Institution, Local Government and Business or Industrial, improving access to vocational certification and accreditation of vocational school graduates, and formed a working Group on Development of Vocational. Vocational schools are expected to be the training ground or into a miniature of an industrial world for students, which included material on subjects and all activities at SMK is a reflection of an actual factory or industry. Briefing-debriefing both learning materials normative, adaptive and productive and practices should be relevant to the competencies required by the industry in order, carried out in a process of real (real learning) with a goal that does not happen the gap between the education system in schools to the workplace or the world industry. This repositioning is intended to restructure the system of vocational education in order to become permeable education system and flexible, with a competency-based learning patterns, to rearrange the field or membership programs that put more emphasis on the needs of the market. Organizing paradigm change after the reform of vocational education, for example, is changing the orientation of vocational education that are developed from supply-driven into a demand driven. A management system was centralized, turn out to be decentralized.

Keywords: alignment Supplay-demand, vocational schools

INTRODUCTION

Ministerial Regulation No. 22

(2006: 20) mentions that "Vocational

Education aims to improve intelligence,

knowledge, personality, character, and

skills of students to live independently and

to follow further education in accordance

with its vocational program". Educational

Objectives SMK contained in Law No.

20/2003 on National Education System:

"Vocational Secondary Education is an

education that prepares students to work in

a particular field". It is also mentioned in

Government Regulation No. 19/2005 on

National Education Standards: "Vocational

Secondary Education is education in

secondary education that promotes the

development of students' abilities to certain

types of work".

On another occasion Sunu (2006)

says

that

"the

current

Indonesian

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students have to go through a learning

process

in

advance.

So,

actually,

vocational schools also play an active role

in alleviating poverty in the community,

with a debriefing skills and prepare

students to be independent. More and more

students studying in vocational schools, the

poverty rate could be reduced also in the

community. Expectations of all parties,

especially the world of education and the

Indonesian government are students who

have graduated can entrepreneurship, so

that unemployment and poverty can be

reduced.

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

There are six tasks successfully

formulated

to

improve

SMK

so

competitive,

including:

making

development roadmap SMK, enhance and

harmonize the vocational curriculum with

competency in accordance with user needs

graduates (link and match), increase the

number and competence for teachers and

vocational, improving cooperation with

Ministry or Institution, Local Government

and Business or Industrial, improving

access to vocational certification and

accreditation

of

vocational

school

graduates, and formed a working Group on

Development of Vocational. SMK position

as a vocational institution in the global

context, at least should be ready with the

times. The first development in the face of

global regulations (regulation changes)

where there is a shift, especially the

economic

aspects

of

orientation

monopolies to open competition era. The

second

development,

changes

the

orientation of the market (market changes),

which is protected from the market to the

free market or of a market-oriented

products towards control of the market

(market driven). Recently a development

in technological change (technological

changes). In this case the vocational school

as one part of a mid-level vocational

education instrument must inevitably

oriented to the development demands

adjustment.

Figure 1. Revitalization of Vocational Education (Ananto Kusuma Seta, 2016)

If seen the readiness of graduates of

vocational today, according to a research

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industry or business.

This demand may clash with the habits and

mental

readiness

of

candidates

for

employment in the middle, in this case

from the vocational school graduates are

on average not formed to be ready to

plunge into workers. Instead of trying to

be trained and molded into new habituation

ie readiness to work and competed since

school. In many cases, the training forms

according Dirwanto (2008), deals with soft

skills

such

as

teamwork,

honesty,

responsibility, punctuality, productivity,

interaction, flesibelitas, etc.

Figure 2. Gap Analysis demand (industrial labor force) and supply (graduate SMK) (Source:

Siti Mariah and Machmud Sugandi, 2010)

One solution is to direct most

graduates to dare entrepreneurship by

relying on their field of expertise of each.

Labor sector services sector for example

has many opportunities for vocational

school graduates to boldly promote

yourself as an expert that can be used by

the user. Should the government and

creative

industries

participate

in

developing this program by facilitating

vocational graduates productively through

funding or access to bank loans so that

they dare to open the service or the

company itself. Surely in the running

program

funding

is

continuously

monitored and supported so that the

graduates of vocational totally

self-contained and ready to be released.

Borrowed capital is then directed in order

to be returned and handed over to other

graduates who intend to entrepreneurship.

Efforts Alignment Between Supply And

Demand of Labor Vocational Graduates

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unemployment every year. Unemployment

potential vulnerability to various criminal

and social unrest, politics, poverty, and a

tremendous waste. In this paper will

examine how the alignment between

supply and demand of labor primarily

vocational graduates majoring in Computer

Network.

Figure 3. From Supply Driven to Demand Driven

1.

Reinforce

Back

Products

Law

Implementation Study Secondary

Education

Law Number 20 Year 2003 on

National Education System is the

source of the highest legal basis

regulating the conduct of education in

Indonesia. In respect of the secondary

education, legal products has been

established by Government Regulation

No. 29 of 1990 on Secondary

Education. Furthermore, by operating

on each type of education, product

implementation laws and regulations

established by the decision of the

Minister Pen upbringing. For example,

Decree

(Decree)

Education

and

Culture No. 0490 / U / 1992 on

Vocational High School, Decree of

Education and Culture No. 80 / U /

1993 on the School Curriculum and

Vocational

Education

Minister

Regulation No. 22 of 2006 on the

Content Standards for unit Elementary

and Secondary Education, and the

National

Education

Minister

Regulation No. 23 of 2006 on

Graduates Competency Standards for

Primary and Secondary Education

unit. All products above laws have

been prepared coherently and "ideal"

in the framework of the provision of

education, but the implementation is

still less supported the implementation

of the policy strategies that can realize

the expected direction and purpose of

law above product. In general types of

school education, the number of high

school (SMA) is still very large with a

relatively small number of graduates

to proceed to higher levels. On the

other hand, the vocational high school

(SMK), many graduates who can not

be absorbed by the world of work due

to incompatibility with the labor

market demands of the competence of

the students. One of the causes of the

condition is due to an imbalance

between the ironic legal product with

the planning and implementation of

the policy set.

2.

Curriculum

Development

in

Secondary Vocational Education

Qualification harmony with the

needs of the labor market

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serves as a set of plans and

arrangements regarding the content

and teaching materials and methods

used

as

a

guideline

in

the

implementation of learning activities.

The curriculum is needed to help

teachers develop the knowledge,

attitudes, values, and skills of the

various studies made. The curriculum

can improve the ability of teachers to

organize learning activities developed

through

a

comprehensive

and

systematic

process.

Thus,

in

curriculum development need to be

applied

systematically

pedekatan

thorough and systemic. Curriculum

development should imply a change,

the

change

(alteration),

or

modifications

to

the

existing

arrangement. Changes that occur in

the development of the curriculum

should have characteristics beneficial

changes, changes that are planned, and

changes must be made progressively

the impact posive in the future. The

history

of

the

development

of

vocational education seems to do less

systematic and systemic. In the policy

level

curriculum

development

concepts can be arranged, but the

implementation is a lot of problems in

the school and the teachers. This

condition indicates that curriculum

development is still not stable, so it

requires intensive coordination with

the various parties concerned in order

to

produce

a

curriculum

that

berorintasi directly in accordance with

the direction and objectives in general

and vocational education.

3.

Optimizing

the

Implementation

Support Community participation

in Vocational Education

The education system is not

solely the responsibility of the

government

and

schools.

Public

participation (stakeholders) have an

of education. Communities can play a

role in setting government policy in

the field of education, curriculum

development, especially the quality of

the curriculum in accordance with the

expected demands of society, and

channeling graduates to result from the

process of education. During this time,

they were impressed that the public is

still not aware of its role in enhancing

the quality of education in Indonesia.

Each result of policy and curriculum

changes resulting from government

always being debated occur even

counter-productive. Such conditions

are

less

effective

in

providing

education.

Public

participation,

particularly business and industry, it

was still not optimal role in the

framework of the implementation of

vocational education. The weakness of

public participation is visible when the

development

and

evaluation

of

curriculum of vocational education as

well as the distribution of graduates.

Implementation

of

supply-driven

approach to be demand driven in

vocational education (SMK) still do

not get a positive response from the

public. However, the systems are

designed triggered demand driven

labor market needs, because basically

oriented vocational education program

the real needs of the labor market.

Thus, the active role of business and

industry in the implementation of

vocational education is needed.

4.

Improving Learning and Practice

Facility for the establishment of

student competency

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system of education and on the other

hand with the implementation of

educational management refers to the

achievement of certain competency

standards greatly impact on meeting

the needs of learning facilities in

schools.

In

addition,

the

low

percentage of the total budget for

education from the state budget

(APBN) leads to a tendency delivery

of education is slow, and differ greatly

from

the

quality

of

education

neighboring

countries,

such

as

Malaysia, Singapore, and Australia. In

fact, according to a survey report of

international education, educational

quality is now under Vietmam. Budget

allocation to education is obviously

directly

affects

the

quality

of

education, especially the ability of

schools to provide facilities or

adequate

learning

infrastructure.

Therefore, learning facilities should be

developed and optimized integrally by

reference

raw

quality

standards.

Classrooms,

practice

rooms,

laboratories, libraries, tools and media

education is a teaching and learning

facilities planned as a whole in one

unified and standardized.

5.

Improving Professionalism Human

Resources Education Provider Level

Vocational Schools

Principals, teachers, educational staff

(administrators,

librarians,

and

technician / laboratory) is the key to

the success or failure of an education

and dealing directly with the subject of

education (students). The school

principal has a very important role in

determining the development level of

education in the institution. Thus, the

principal must have the potential to be

developed

optimally

and

professionally. Guru is the soul of the

school. Therefore, improving the

professionalism of teachers need to

obtain special attention both from

schools and government. Nowadays,

there are many teachers who teach do

not correspond to the fields and

competence should be. Increased

professionalism of teachers should be

done continuously and continuously.

Certification of teachers initiated by

the government lately is supported by

the wider community needs, and the

implementation must still refer to the

competency standards set as a whole,

which is the standard of competence

pedogogis, personable, professional,

and social. Principals and teachers

may not be working alone, without the

help of educators, the whole process of

learning may not be able to move. So,

to achieve a quality school, all the

schools have a major role and must

work in a professional manner in

accordance with their respective work

areas.

CONCLUSION

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demand driven. A management system was

centralized, turn out to be decentralized.

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Gambar

Figure 1. Revitalization of Vocational Education (Ananto Kusuma Seta, 2016)
Figure 2. Gap Analysis demand (industrial labor force) and supply (graduate SMK) (Source: Siti Mariah and Machmud Sugandi, 2010)
Figure 3. From Supply Driven to Demand Driven

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