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A Comparative Power Analysis for an Intelligent Greenhouse on a LORA System

Nurfarhanah Omara, Mimi Suhana Abd Azizb, Che Zalina Zulkiflic*, Amiruddind, Bunyamin M Yapide, Suci Ayu Kurniah Putrif, Burhanudding, Nani Harlinda Nurdinih, a,bDepartment of Electrical Engineering, Politeknik Port Dickson, Malaysia, cDepartment of Computing, Faculty of Art, Computing and Creative Industry, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Malaysia, dUniversitas Azzahra, Jakarta, Indonesia, eSTAI DDI Sidenreng Rappang, Indonesia, fDepartment of Ners Faculty Universitas Indonesia Timur Makassar, Indonesia, gDepartment of Economics Development and Society Empowerment Faculty of Political Government Institut Pemerintahan Dalam Negeri Sulawesi Selatan Indonesia, hUniversitas Indonesia Timur Makassar, Indonesia,

Email: anurfarhanahomar@gmail.com, bmimisuhana.abdaziz@gmail.com, c*chezalina@fskik.upsi.edu.my, damiruddin.azzahra@gmail.com, ebunyaminmyapid@gmail.com %20gburhanuddin@ipdn.ac.id">fsuciayu_0904078701@uit.ac.id, gburhanuddin@ipdn.ac.id hnani.harlinda@uit.ac.id

Smart gardens and aquaponics are sustainable systems in the world of agriculture. These systems can be highly successful if they have intensive monitoring. The water flow should be managed periodically to ensure that the plants get sufficient nutrients and the water quality can be monitored consistently. In this research, Smart Garden and Aquaponics systems were designed to control and monitor the water’s pH level, turbidity, temperature, and humidity by integrating an Internet of Things (IoT) application. The systems were installed with sensors to retrieve data by using Long Range Radio (LoRa) to transmit in its cloud, and can be accessed in real time. Effective power consumption is important in this situation. Thus, power consumption during transmitting and receiving LoRa standalone and integration of LoRa with sensors was compared. These comparisons demonstrate LoRa’s integration with sensors did not over-state the standalone LoRa. Pages 1 to 11

 

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Economical Smart Composting Machines to Manage Food Waste, Alleviate Environmental Degradation and Combat Climate Change on Penang Hill

Karthigayan Gunasegarana, Che Zalina Zulkiflib*, Sarah Tan Xinhuic, Nur Hazlina Abu Hassand, Amiruddine, Bunyamin M Yapidf, Suci Ayu Kurniah Putrig, Burhanuddinh, Nani Harlinda Nurdinii, a,b,c,dDepartment of Computing, Faculty of Art, Computing and Creative Industry, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Malaysia, eUniversitas Azzahra, Jakarta, Indonesia, fSTAI DDI Sidenreng Rappang, Indonesia, gDepartment of Ners Faculty Universitas Indonesia Timur Makassar, Indonesia, hDepartment of Economics Development and Society Empowerment Faculty of Political Government Institut Pemerintahan Dalam Negeri Sulawesi Selatan Indonesia, iUniversitas Indonesia Timur Makassar, Indonesia,

Email: akarthigayan.guna@thinkcity.com.my, bchezalina@fskik.upsi.edu.my, csarahtan1998@gmail.com, dhazlinahassan_77@yahoo.com, eamiruddin.azzahra@gmail.com, fbunyaminmyapid@gmail.com gsuciayu_0904078701@uit.ac.id,  hburhanuddin@ipdn.ac.id inani.harlinda@uit.ac.id

Penang Island, or Pulau Pinang, is one of the most urbanized and densely populated regions in Malaysia. It is undergoing rapid environmental degradation. Simultaneously, a significant culprit for soaring rates of deforestation and severe climate change is inefficient and unsustainable food waste management. Literature reviews have analysed the efficacy of various composting systems that divert food waste to be repurposed and transformed into a value-added soil enhancement. They reveal the superiority of an in-vessel Economic Smart Food Waste Composter. The ESFWC employs a plastic drum to turn compost materials, an automated programming system, and microbial solutions to accelerate the aerobic digestion of organic waste. The ESFWC requires minimal time, cost, labour and GHGs emissions. For this study interviews and questionnaires were conducted with stakeholders on Penang Hill, or Bukit Bendera. It displays a need for an ESFWC, to reduce the detrimental environmental effects of food waste and also deliver health, economic, social, and environmental benefits for inhabitants of Penang Hill as well as other communities across the globe. Pages 12 to 27

 

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 A Comparison of Admission Systems, in Predicting Students’ Academic Achievement in State Islamic Higher Education Institutions (PTKIN)

Abdul Muhida, Burhanuddinb, Amiruddinc, Bunyamin M Yapidd, Suci Ayu Kurniah Putrie, aState Islamic University of Sunan Ampel, Ahmad Yani Street 117, Surabaya, Indonesia, bDepartment of Economics Development and Society Empowerment Faculty of Political Government Institut Pemerintahan Dalam Negeri Sulawesi Selatan Indonesia, cUniversitas Azzahra, Jakarta, Indonesia, dSTAI DDI Sidenreng Rappang, Indonesia, eDepartment of Ners Faculty Universitas Indonesia Timur Makassar, Indonesia, 

Email: aabdulmuhid@uinsby.ac.id, bburhanuddin@ipdn.ac.id, camiruddin.azzahra@gmail.com, dbunyaminmyapid@gmail.com, esuciayu_0904078701@uit.ac.id,

This study compares the accuracy of admission systems at the State Islamic Higher Education Institution (PTKIN) in predicting student achievement. Samples were drawn from five PTKIN in Indonesia. To measure students’ academic achievement, GPA data at the end of semester 2 was used. It was taken from student admission channels as selected in 2015, namely SPAN-PTKIN, UM-PTKIN, and Mandiri. Academic data was also taken on the number of prospective students who register after admission through the three channels. Descriptive statistical analysis and inferential statistical analysis techniques were used. ANOVA was applied to examine the differences of academic achievement by students received through the three channels, utilising SPSS. The results proved that the prediction of students’ achievement rates on PTKIN students, received through the SPAN-PTKIN channel, is higher and more effective than those received through the UM-PTKIN and Mandiri channels. Further, the Mandiri channel has the most effective registration of prospective students compared to SPAN-PTKIN and UM-PTKIN. Pages 28 to 41

 

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An Exploration Study of the Influence of Religious Factors on the Resilience of Survivors of the Lapindo Mudflow in Porong Sidoarjo East Java

Abdul Muhida, Syamsul Hudab, Amiruddinc, Bunyamin M Yapidd, Suci Ayu Kurniah Putrie, Burhanuddinf, Nani Harlinda Nurdinig, a,bState Islamic University of Sunan Ampel, Ahmad Yani Street 117, Surabaya, Indonesia, cUniversitas Azzahra, Jakarta, Indonesia, dSTAI DDI Sidenreng Rappang, Indonesia, eDepartment of Ners Faculty Universitas Indonesia Timur Makassar, Indonesia, fDepartment of Economics Development and Society Empowerment Faculty of Political Government Institut Pemerintahan Dalam Negeri Sulawesi Selatan Indonesia, gUniversitas Indonesia Timur Makassar, Indonesia,

Email: aabdulmuhid@uinsby.ac.id,  bsyamsulh@uinsby.ac.id,  camiruddin.azzahra@gmail.com, dbunyaminmyapid@gmail.com esuciayu_0904078701@uit.ac.id, fburhanuddin@ipdn.ac.id gnani.harlinda@uit.ac.id  

The Lapindo mudflow disaster impacted, tremendously, the whole lives of the survivors. That includes physical, psychological, social, and health factors. However, not all survivors of such tragedy suffered a negative impact. Under certain circumstances, it is proved that catastrophe survivors become very powerful, very strong and able to adjust to reality. They are the Muslim survivors of the Lapindo mudflow in Porong Sidoarjo, East Java. They have already lived 10 years in the impacted area. This study examines the correlation between religiosity, religious orientation, and spiritual well-being, and the resilience of the survivors of the Lapindo mudflow. This study used a survey method with a correlational and comparative quantitative approach. To uncover each study variable, 4 (four) instrument scales of psychology are used. They are a Muslims’ religiosity scale, religious orientation scale, spiritual well-being scale, and resilience scale. The result of this study indicates that all predictor variables, namely religiosity, religious orientation, and spiritual well-being either jointly or individually significantly correlate to the resilience of the survivors/victims of the Lapindo mudflow, at the determinant coefficient value = 0.94 (p <0,05). Thus, 94% of the survivor’s resilience are affected by religiosity, religious orientation, and spiritual well-being. Pages 42 to 59

 

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Sustainable Competitive Advantage in Finance and Management Information Systems

Achmad Daengs GSa, Andi Renib, Setiabudhic, Syamsul Hidayatd, Wahyudi Henky Soepartoe, a,cUniversity of 45 Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia, bUniversity of Hasanudin Makasar, South Sulawesi, Indonesia, dUniversity of Bina Bangsa Banten, Indonesia, eUniversity of Ciputra Surabaya, East Java Indonesia, Email: abumigora80@gmail.com, bandirenireni@gmail.com, csetiabudhi2407@gmail.com, dmastersyah@gmail.com, eawahyudi@ciputra.ac.id

This research examines the importance of sustainable competitive advantage in finance and management information systems. The researchers use several variables; organizational behaviour, strategic marketing, financial, management information system, and competitive advantage. This type of this study is causal, using a quantitative approach. In total, 100 samples were collected from distributed questionnaires. The data analysis technique was SEM with a PLS program. The result showed that organizational behaviour, finance and management information system significantly affects competitive advantage, while strategic marketing has no significant effect on competitive advantage. Also, organization behaviour indirectly affects competitive advantage through strategic marketing, finance and SIM. Pages 60 to 76

 

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Multicultural Education and Student Tolerance at Islamic Senior High School in Bali, Indonesia

Ainna Amalia FNa, Suci Ayu Kurniah Putrib, Amiruddinc, Bunyamin M Yapidd, Burhanuddine, Nani Harlinda Nurdinf, aIslamic Institut of Miftahul Ula, Nglawak, Kertosono, East Java, Indonesia, bDepartment of Ners Faculty Universitas Indonesia Timur Makassar, Indonesia, cUniversitas Azzahra, Jakarta, Indonesia, dSTAI DDI Sidenreng Rappang, Indonesia, eDepartment of Economics Development and Society Empowerment Faculty of Political Government Institut Pemerintahan Dalam Negeri Sulawesi Selatan Indonesia, fUniversitas Indonesia Timur Makassar, Indonesia,

Email: aainna@staim-nglawak.ac.id, bsuciayu_0904078701@uit.ac.id, cmuchran@unismuh.ac.id, damiruddin.azzahra@gmail.com, ebunyaminmyapid@gmail.com eburhanuddin@ipdn.ac.id fnani.harlinda@uit.ac.id

This study is to determine the effect of multicultural education on student tolerance at Islamic schools in Bali, Indonesia. Bali is an island with a majority Hindu population. The methodology is based on the Group Discussion (FGD) forum with Islamic Senior High School students in Bali. This study correlates multicultural education with tolerance at Islamic Senior High School, Bina Insani Tabanan Bali students. This research found that multicultural education influences the formation of tolerant attitudes among Islamic Senior High School  students in Bali. The process of multicultural education is going well. The indications are that students are enthusiastic about reading cultural diversity materials. Teachers also always stimulate cultural diversity by diverse models and learning methods. One school has teachers with diverse backgrounds. Student tolerance is also very good. The indication is that students always appreciate others’ opinions, can accept the presence of teachers with diverse backgrounds, tend not to disparage, and always appreciate other people from different backgrounds. They often help a friend in need. Originality/value: Bali is a predominantly Hindu region. And Islam is a minority in Bali. Students’ tolerant attitudes and the multicultural education process in Islamic schools are attractive, because this Islamic school is a minority in Bali Indonesia. Pages 77 to 88

 

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Leadership, Motivation and Work Discipline and its Effect on Employee Performance in the Community, Women and Family Planning Empowerment Agency in Gresik Regency, Indonesia

Asmara Indahingwatia, Muchranb, Amiruddinc, Bunyamin M Yapidd, Suci Ayu Kurniah Putrie, aSchool of Economics Indonesia “STIESIA” Surabaya, Indonesia, bUniversitas Muhammadiyah Makassar, Indonesia, cUniversitas Azzahra, Jakarta, Indonesia, dSTAI DDI Sidenreng Rappang, Indonesia, eDepartment of Ners Faculty Universitas Indonesia Timur Makassar, Indonesia,, Email: aasmaraindahingwati@stiesia.ac.id, bmuchran@unismuh.ac.id, camiruddin.azzahra@gmail.com, dbunyaminmyapid@gmail.com esuciayu_0904078701@uit.ac.id

This research uses a quantitative research method with explanatory type approach, to determine the influence of leadership, motivation and work discipline on employee performance. Through the census method, 40 employees of the Community, Women and Family Planning Empowerment Board of Gresik Regency were selected. The data were collected using Likert scale model questionnaires. Proofing of hypothesis is performed simultaneously through multiple regression analysis, showing F = 64,824 (Ft = 2,80); p = 0,000 (p <0.05), which indicates the influence of leadership, motivation and work discipline on the performance of employees. Partial proofing shows that t = 2.546; p = 0,015 (p <0,05) which means that leadership had a significant positive effect on employee performance; value t = 3.791; p = 0,001 (p <0,05) proves that work motivation had a significant positive effect on employee performance and value t = 3,152; p = 0.003 (p <0.05), proves that work discipline had a positive effect on employee performance. The proposed recommendation refers to the results of the research, that the institution seek to improve the effectiveness of the tasks of the leadership, through regular supervision so that employees can accord with the rules of work. Pages 89 to 96

 

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 The Development of Marketing Management to Increase Interest in “Short Course” Training

Dhian Supardama, Yatim Riyantob, Muharic, Imam Sonhajid, Lusy Tunik Muharlisianie*,a,d,ePostgraduate Student, Department of Education Management, Unesa, Surabaya, b,cProfessor, Department of Education Management, Unesa, Surabaya, Jawa Timur, eDepartment of English Education, Universitas Wijaya Kusuma, Surabaya, Indonesia,

Email: adhian.17070976018@mhs.unesa.ac.id,elusytm_fbs@uwks.ac.id

The purpose of this research is to know how to manage marketing, to increase quantity and interest in training. It is to formulate a strategy of support, to increase the quantity and interest for existing short course training in the Aviation Polytechnic of Surabaya (the Polytechnic). This research approach is quantitative. It uses the methods of observation, interviews, and documentation. The results of this research are marketing management training: the short course at the Polytechnic using the marketing mix. Product: the training participants creating a generation of quality and achievers. Price: using the concept of a conclusion quantity. Place: workable boarding school at the Polytechnic or in-house training, in each workplace of the participants. Promotion: promoting the formation of a Committee, the Academic Division of efforts and cooperation, marketing with carrying out dissemination to stakeholders and advertisements through the media. People: staff at the Polytechnic that are in part the academic, business and Cooperation Division training and education. Pages 97 to 103

 

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The Implementation of Law Number 6 Year 2014 on Village Government

Enny Agustinaa, aKader Bangsa University, Faculty of Law, Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia, Email: aennyagustinadua@yahoo.com

Village was a community unity that had a legal relationship. It had certain territorial boundaries. It was authorized to manage and did manage government affairs, local interests of the community based on community initiatives, traditional rights and traditional rights recognized in Indonesian government. This research was conducted to find out both the implementation of Village Government According to Law Number 6 of 2014, and village obstacles to government implementation. The research method was normative research, by examining the relevant literature and laws. The results indicate that the village head was the executive of government and development. The village head was directly elected by a resident domiciled in the village where the village head was chosen. The obstacles to implementing government in the village were social culture, economics and geography. Pages 104 to 114

 

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 The Effect of Informal Leadership Roles and School Head Performances on the Culture of Quality in the Ma'arif Education Institute of Nahdlatul Ulama Sidoarjo

Fatkul Anama*, Agung Purnomob, Hadi Ismantoc, Elsa Rosyidahd, aMathematics Education Program, Universitas Wijaya Kusuma Surabaya, Jl. Dukuh Kupang XXV/54, Surabaya, Indonesia, bEntrepreneurship Department, Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta, Indonesia, cPrimary Education Program, Universitas Negeri Malang, Jl. Semarang 5, Malang, Indonesia, dUniversitas Nahdlatul Ulama Sidoarjo, Jl. Monginsidi Dalam Kav DPR - Sidoklumpuk, Sidoarjo, Indonesia, Email: a*fatkulanam_fbs@uwks.ac.id

This paper is to determine the influence between the role of informal leadership and the performance of school principals, specifically on the quality of culture in religious education institutions such as the Ma'arif Nahdlatul Ulama Sidoarjo Educational Institution (LP Ma'arif NU). Informal leadership refers to someone lacking a formal position, but who becomes an informal group leader, i.e. clerics or ‘kiai’. The research questionnaire was put to the entire teacher population at LP Ma'arif NU. Proportional random sampling was used to question the three education levels in 18 districts. The study concluded that the role of informal leadership and principal performance together significantly influences the quality of culture in the Institution. The increased role of informal leadership, and the increased performance of principals will improve the quality of its culture. This research is important because it will benefit religious education institutions like LP Ma'arif NU throughout Indonesia, as well as units of Madrasah education or self-help schools. It will also help the self-cultivation of the Nahdliyin people, and for central and local government policies. Pages 115 to 127

 

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Environmental Care Imaging: Basic School Students through Character Education by Information Communication Technology (ICT) Based Learning

Lusy Tunik Muharlisiania, Yoyok Soesatyob, Karwantoc, Amrozi Khamidid, Endang Noerhartatie, Pratiwi Dwi Karjatif, Roikhana Farista Dewirag, Sri Setyowatih, a1Postgraduate Student, Department of Education Management, Unesa, Surabaya, Jawa Timur, a2Department of English Education, Universitas Wijaya Kusuma, Surabaya, Indonesia, bProfessor, Department of Education Management, Unesa, Surabaya, Jawa Timur, Indonesia, c,d,hLecturer, Department of Education Management, Unesa, Surabaya, Jawa Timur, Indonesia, eDepartment of Agroindustrial Technology, Universitas Wijaya Kusuma Surabaya, Indonesia, fDepartment of Economy, Universitas Wijaya Kusuma, Surabaya, Indonesia, gInstitut Teknologi Sepuluh November, Email: a1*%20a2lusytm_fbs@uwks.ac.id">lusy.18007@mhs.unesa.ac.id, a2lusytm_fbs@uwks.ac.id

The character education in early childhood emotionally and psychologically more receptive touch information through the development of ethical values from early age. The purpose of this research is to analyse correlation of environmental care imaging, basic school students, character education and also to know the student learning outcomes through the implementation of ICT based learning in the subjects of environmental care imaging to determine students' responses to environmental awareness through character education, The method used is quantitative research. The follow up data analysis used is multiple regression, survey and observation of elementary school teachers who watched the development of their students’ character as to concern about the environment. The results showed that the independent variables consisting of environmental care imaging (X1) and basic school students (X2) had a negative effect and only character education (X3) had a positive effect towards the dependent variable namely based learning (Y) with the regression equation Y = 29.760 – 10.011X1 – 11.812X2 – 0.512X3 + 0.366X4 + e and sig value X1= 0.040, X2= 0.103, X3= 0.088 and X4= 0.750. Next, the results of implementation of ICT-based learning in the subjects of character education showed an increase in average student learning outcomes in each cycle. Average student learning outcomes before the action amounted to 68.81. Afterwards outcomes increased to 88.70 and 88.00. The conclusion care attitudes introduced early on will provide a positive response in an effort to improve environmentally caring images in the generations to come. Pages 128 to 136

 

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 A Cooling Tower Design System for a Friction Machine

Nurmawati NurmawatiaBurhanuddinb, Amiruddinc, Bunyamin M Yapidd, Suci Ayu Kurniah Putrie,, aFaculty of Industry  Engineering Universitas of 45, Surabaya, Indonesia, bDepartment of Economics Development and Society Empowerment Faculty of Political Government Institut Pemerintahan Dalam Negeri Sulawesi Selatan Indonesia, cUniversitas Azzahra, Jakarta, Indonesia, dSTAI DDI Sidenreng Rappang, Indonesia, eDepartment of Ners Faculty Universitas Indonesia Timur Makassar, Indonesia,, Email: anurmawati@univ45sby.ac.id, bburhanuddin@ipdn.ac.id, camiruddin.azzahra@gmail.com, dbunyaminmyapid@gmail.com, esuciayu_0904078701@uit.ac.id

For the manufacture of cooling tower system in the friction machine to keep running smoothly then from it made this design system so that this system will be able to reuse the remaining water disposal. The working principle of the friction machine is the temperature and friction of the brake lining sample to reach the temperature target for testing. To stabilize the temperature on the machine, cooling or water stabilizer is required which only rely on PDAM water, which is accommodated at a central tandon. For processed water will experience a reduction in the amount of water discharge due to evaporation due to the hot engine, and to be able to know the shortage of water is given additional form of automatic buoy connected to the central tandon. This design system uses a calculation with a mathematical scale using the basic physical law is the principle of Bernoulli equation. The creation of cooling flow system designed only in the form of Analysis of System Design and merely the theory of analysis obtained through observation, observation, and previous data retrieval on the Friction machine. Water used in the flow system both before and after modification comes from the PDAM. In the previous engine design of the cooling flow system, when water is dead or late will interfere with the process. Therefore, the Cooling Tower system was created to keep the Friction engine running. The treated water after the cooling flow system is repaired will continue to rotate according to the system being created, therefore the hot Friction engine results in reduced water due to evaporation, so as to provide enhancements in the form of automatic buoys connected to the central tanks to fill the deficiencies. Pages 137 to 147

 

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A Profile of Senior High Schools in the Twenty-First Century

Panoyoa*, Yatim Riyantob, Warih Handayaningrumc, Lusy Tunik Muharlisianid*,a,dPostgraduate Student, Department of Education Management, Unesa, Surabaya, East Java, bProfessor, Department of Education Management, Unesa, Surabaya, Jawa Timur, cLecturer, Department of Education Management, Unesa, Surabaya, Jawa Timur, dDepartment of English Education, Universitas Wijaya Kusuma, Surabaya, Email: a*panoyo.17070976017@mhs.unesa.ac.id, dlusytm_fbs@uwks.ac.id

One of the prominent features of the twenty-first century is the increasingly connected world of science and technology. The synergy between them is accelerating. Senior high schools are challenged to play an active role in creating a Golden Generation. The school of the twenty-first century is able to create a Golden Generation that has the skills needed to be ready to live and live in this era. The twenty-first century senior high school must be able to create multilateral-based learning, periodically renew curriculum changes, learning based on ICT (Information- Communication Technology), renew teaching human resources, realize Adiwiyata (healthy and clean) schools, and enable 60% of graduates to enter state universities. Pages 148 to 157

 

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Environmental and Personal Factors Affecting Students’ Career Competencies in an Indonesian Vocational High School

Imam Sonhajia, Dewie Tri Wijayatib, Soedjarwoc, Dhian Supardamd, Setiyoe, Lusy Tunik Muharlisianif*, a,d,fPostgraduate Student, Department of Education Management, Unesa, Surabaya, bProfessor, Department of Education Management, Unesa, Surabaya, Jawa Timur, cLecturer, Department of Education Management, Unesa, Surabaya, Jawa Timur, eSurabaya Aviation Polytechnic Indonesia, fDepartment of English Education, Universitas Wijaya Kusuma Surabaya, Indonesia

Email: aimam.17070976020@unesa.ac.id, flusytm_fbs@uwks.ac.id

This research aims to analyse environmental and personal influences on student’s career competencies, in vocational education in Aviation Vocational High School, (AVHS) Surabaya, Indonesia. This research is causal, and uses a quantitative approach. The research population consists of all (50) of the AMR (avionic maintenance repair) class XII, in AVHS. Data collection is through questionnaires. The data analysis technique used for SEM analysis is by the PLS program. The results show that: (1) learning environment influences significantly and positively toward career competencies of the students in vocational education in AVHS (the students); (2) personal factors influences significantly and positively toward career competencies of the students. Pages 158 to 165

 

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The Role of Creativity in forming Innovative Behaviours of Creative Industrial Workers

Nicholas Setiawan Jodia, Achmad Sudjadib, Ade Irma Anggraenic, a,b,cDepartment of Management,  Faculty of Economics and Business, Jenderal Sudirman University,  Central Java, Indonesia,

Email: nsjodi.unsoed@gmail.com

This quantitative research is aimed on ascertaining the effect of creativity on innovative behaviour in creative industry workers. This research included various workers of several creative sectors around Yogyakarta and its surrounding areas. There were 111 valid respondents from various creative industry sectors. The population of the creative industries was defined by the Indonesian Economy Board of Creative Economy and was collected by accidental sampling. The data was processed by a SmartPLS 2.0.M3 application. The results shows that creativity has positive and significant effect on the innovative behaviour of creative industries workers. The result implies that creativity is the main driver to boost creative industries workers’ innovative behaviour in the workplace. Thus, SME (Small and Medium-sized Enterprises) owners and management must first improve workers' creativity in order to build their innovative behaviour. This can be done by motivating workers to keep actively suggesting creative ideas for increasing job performance, quality, and reaching goals and solving problems, encouraging them to constantly search for new technologies, techniques, and product concepts, facilitating them to show their creativity in their jobs, as well as increasing their level of creative ideas. Pages 166 to 178

 
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Reconsidering Functions and Roles of Corporate Executive Officer: Legal and Managerial Dilemmas between Employee Executive, Trustee, and Fiduciary Duty

Erni Agustinaa, Handoyo Prasetyob, a,bUniversitas Pembangunan Nasional "Veteran" Jakarta, Depok, Jawa Barat, Indonesia,

Email: erniagustina.fhupnjkt@gmail.com

The current economic activity is inseparable from the role of corporations as the main supporting factor of economic growth. The Board of Directors is one of the company's structures that has an important role in conducting corporate activities. The relationship between the Company and the Board of Directors is unique in that the Board of Directors is based on the principle of trust (fiduciary duty). The members of the Board of Directors are generally from the company's employees, who are proposed and appointed as Executive Officers of the company and served as members of the Board of Directors. This raises the issue of how the employee's status in his/her employment relationship with the company is due to their inherent capacity as employees, the Directors and Executives of the Company's representatives, and therefore there are three laws, namely the Manpower Law, Corporation Law and Civil Code. Pages 179 to 191

 
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The Implementation of a Thematic Team Games Tournament – Cooperative Learning in the Fifth Grade of Elementary School in Lampung Province

Herpratiwia*, ernib, Nelly Astutic, Qomariod, a,b,cFKIP Universitas Lampung, Indonesia, dSTKIP Al Islam Tunas Bangsa Bandar Lampung, Email: a*herpratiwi64@yahoo.com

This study aimed to analyse the effect of cooperative learning through a thematic team-games tournament in elementary school in Lampung Province. This was a quasi-experimental one-group pretest posttest study. The study involved 22 students. The data was collected from tests with five short-answer questions and 20 multiple-choice questions. The items measured were remembering, understanding, applying, and analysing. The reliability of the items fell into very high (0.92) and moderate to high (0.50 – 0.87) categories of validity. The discrimination power of the test fell into the good category (0.41–0.70) with a moderate level of difficulty (0.31–0.70). The data was analysed with a t-test. The learning outcomes of the fifth-grade students of elementary school were influenced by the cooperative learning in the teams-games tournament with a significance level of 5%. The cooperative learning in a team-games tournament played an important role in increasing the fifth-grade students’ learning outcomes. Pages 192 to 205

 
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Direct-Unfocused-Corrective Feedback: A Model for Improving Writing Skills

Akmala, Mahrupb, a,bGraduate Program of English Language Education Universitas Ahmad Dahlan,Yogyakarta, Email: aakmal@mpbi.uad.ac.id,  byoufsukeraje@gmail.com

The effectiveness of direct and indirect corrective feedback on the writing accuracy of the EFL /ESL students had been rebutted. The traditionalists believed that direct feedback performed much better than indirect one, while others concluded the other way around. Other points of views confirmed that receiving feedback either direct or indirect was not effective or it could not help the learners improve the accuracy of their narrative writings. This study aims to find out the effectiveness of integrated direct and unfocused corrective feedback on the EFL students’ writing accuracy. A pre-post control group was applied. The data was taken from students’ narrative writing and evaluated by using Brown and Yule rubrics. The results show that integrated direct and unfocused corrective feedback outperformed the indirect and focus feedback group. Among the five components of a standard essay, syntax receives more improvement of the students’ writing. The conclusion can be drawn that direct and unfocused corrective feedback significantly improves students’ writing accuracy. Pages 206 to 220

 
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Learning Smart through REKBEN Tube for Basic Electric and Electronic Subjects

Che Zalina Zulkifli*a, Nur Hazlina Abu Hassanb, Hasnatul Nazuha Hassanc, Mohd Fauzi Sedond, Endang Noerhartatie, Tri Andjarwatif, Enni Sustiyatikg, Ahmad Ridwanh, Kunto Eko Susiloi, a,b,c,dComputer Department, Faculty of Art, Computing and Creative Industry Sultan Idris Education University, 35900, Tanjong Malim Perak, Malaysia, eDepartement of Agroindustrial Technology, Universitas Wijaya Kusuma Surabaya, Indonesia, fFakultas Ekonomi, Universitas 17 Agustus 1945, Surabaya, Indonesia, gFakultas Ekonomi, Universitas Kadiri, Kediri, Indonesia, hFakultas Teknik, Universitas Kadiri, Kediri, Indonesia, iFakultas Ilmu Komputer, Universitas Narotama, Surabaya, Indonesia, Email: *achezalina@fskik.upsi.edu.my,  bhazlinahassan_77@yahoo.com,  cnazuha@fskik.upsi.edu.my,  dmohd.fauzi@fskik.upsi.edu.my, eendang_noer@uwks.ac.id, ftriandjarwati@untag-sby.ac.id, genni_sustiyatik@unik-kediri.ac.id, hahmad_ridwan@unik-kediri.ac.id, ikunto.eko.susilo@narotama.ac.id

Technology is one of the factors that influences innovation in supporting learning activities as well as having the potential to help deliver meaningful learning to students. Electrical and electronic subjects are important subjects in technical and vocational schools as well as in the daily school divisions. It is difficult to understand the concept of how electric current flows. For example, a verbalized description of a printed reference may not give a person a clear image of the exact theory or concept that is intended to be conveyed. The problem that contributes to limiting the minds of young people in engineering is the lack of media technology in terms of helping students to understand the concept of electricity and electronics. The lack of tool kits in education that provide the technical characteristics that can illustrate the conditions of electricity and electronics made this research work. Therefore, this research proposal is to design, move, develop, and test the effectiveness of Augmented Reality (AR) technology focusing on electrical and electronic subjects as a teaching aid as well as reference materials to technical and vocational students. The results of this research will make technology increasingly in demand by researchers and educators. This will provide more attention to the emergence of technology to further integrate this matter so that teaching and learning will become more effective and helpful in the STEM field in the future. Pages 221 to 236

 
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An Aesthetic Characterization of Plaster of Paris as an Alternative Ink Medium for Silk Screen Printing

Mohd Fauzi Sedona, Mohd Azlan Nafiahb, Che Zalina Zulkiflic, Abu Bakar Sabrand, Siti Fazlina Isnine, Endang Noerhartatif, Tri Andjarwatig, Enni Sustiyatikh, Ahmad Ridwani, Kunto Eko Susiloj, a,c,dFaculty of Art, Computing and Creative Industry, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Tanjong Malim, Malaysia, bFaculty of Science and Mathemathics, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Tanjong Malim, Malaysia, eGeneral Studies Department, Sultan Azlan Shah Polytechnic, Behrang, Malaysia, fDepartement of Agroindustrial Technology, Universitas Wijaya Kusuma Surabaya, Indonesia, gFakultas Ekonomi, Universitas 17 Agustus 1945, Surabaya, Indonesia, hFakultas Ekonomi, Universitas Kadiri, Kediri, Indonesia, iFakultas Teknik, Universitas Kadiri, Kediri, Indonesia, jFakultas Ilmu Komputer, Universitas Narotama, Surabaya, Indonesia, Email: amohd.fauzi@fskik.upsi.edu.my,  bazlan@fmst.upsi.edu.my,  cchezalina@fskik.upsi.edu.my,  dabu.bakar@fskik.upsi.edu.my,  esyfazlina@yahoo.com, fendang_noer@uwks.ac.id, gtriandjarwati@untag-sby.ac.id, henni_sustiyatik@unik-kediri.ac.id, iahmad_ridwan@unik-kediri.ac.id, jkunto.eko.susilo@narotama.ac.id

This study investigates the potential of Plaster of Paris (POP) as an alternative medium for producing a water-based screen printing ink. The project is based on the concept of aesthetic experimentation through the ‘jigsaw puzzle’ technique to explore different types of print characteristics. For instance, in terms of consistency, workability, colour densities, and impression qualities. The evaluation measures include the use of medium – particle size through the Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscopy (FE-SEM) testing, microstructural and chemical composition analysis using Scanning Electron Microscope-Energy Dispersive Spectrometer (SEM-EDS), and toxicity analysis using Inductively Coupled Plasma Optimal Emission Spectrometer (ICPOES). The results show that the formulated medium has a unique property and provided opportunities in creating different types of luminosity and opacity effects. It also created unique print characteristics which is capable to derive a huge aesthetic potential within the context of ideas development, concept, and creativity specifically for artists and designers. Pages 237 to 250

 
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Lo-Ra Based Framework for Smart Green House Monitoring Systems

Mimi Suhana Abd Aziza, Noremy Che Azemib, Norashida Ismailc, Che Zalina Zulkifli*d, Nur Hazlina Abu Hassane, Endang Noerhartatif, Tri Andjarwatig, Enni Sustiyatikh, Ahmad Ridwani, Kunto Eko Susiloj, a,b,cDepartment of Electrical Engineering, Politeknik Port Dickson, Malaysia, d,eDepartment of Computing, Faculty of Art, Computing and Creative Industry, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Malaysia, fDepartement of Agroindustrial Technology, Universitas Wijaya Kusuma Surabaya, Indonesia, gFakultas Ekonomi, Universitas 17 Agustus 1945, Surabaya, Indonesia, hFakultas Ekonomi, Universitas Kadiri, Kediri, Indonesia, iFakultas Teknik, Universitas Kadiri, Kediri, Indonesia, jFakultas Ilmu Komputer, Universitas Narotama, Surabaya, Indonesia, Email: amimisuhana.abdaziz@gmail.com,  bnoremycazemi@gmail.com,  cshi2936@gmail.com,  dchezalina@fskik.upsi.edu.com,  ehazlinahassan_77@yahoo.com, fendang_noer@uwks.ac.id, gtriandjarwati@untag-sby.ac.id, henni_sustiyatik@unik-kediri.ac.id, iahmad_ridwan@unik-kediri.ac.id, jkunto.eko.susilo@narotama.ac.id

Greenhouses in agriculture have their own pace of revolution by sensors, actuators, monitoring and control systems. As many greenhouses nowadays have standalone monitoring applications, this project proposed an integrated real time monitoring application framework for a smart greenhouse in order to create an autonomous, self-regulating system that can be remotely controlled by the user through the internet. The solution for this integration consists of sub nodes for Green Energy House, Green Garden Management with the humidity parameter, and Aquaponic Management. The Aquaponic Management comprises of hydroponics management for ambient temperature and humidity, turbidity and electric conductivity. These systems were also integrated with fishpond management that is capable to monitor the pH value, water turbidity and water temperature. All sub nodes will send and receive signals based on data access networks with cloud computing and the development of web-based interfacing for control and monitoring. The design methodology using the Arduino as the controller device and the data communication using the Long-Range Radio (LoRa) Network technology. Beyond this framework development, investigation in depth has been done regarding the data collision analysis for the network performance. The framework designed was evaluated and materialized in good impact for the smart green house at Politeknik Port Dickson with efficient network performance. Pages 251 to 263
 
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Increasing Productivity in Agriculture Through Integrated Smart Architecture of Irrigation Systems with LORA Technology

Siti Rosminah Md Derusa, Che Zalina Zulkifli*b, Norashida Ismailc, Mimi Suhana Abd Azizd, Nur Hazlina Abu Hassane, Endang Noerhartatif, Tri Andjarwatig, Enni Sustiyatikh, Ahmad Ridwani, Kunto Eko Susiloj, aDepartment of Electrical Engineering, Politeknik Banting, Selangor, Malaysia, b,eDepartment of Computing, Faculty of Art, Computing and Creative Industry, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Malaysia, c,dDepartment of Electrical Engineering, Politeknik Port Dickson, Malaysia, fDepartement of Agroindustrial Technology, Universitas Wijaya Kusuma Surabaya, Indonesia, gFakultas Ekonomi, Universitas 17 Agustus 1945, Surabaya, Indonesia, hFakultas Ekonomi, Universitas Kadiri, Kediri, Indonesia, iFakultas Teknik, Universitas Kadiri, Kediri, Indonesia, jFakultas Ilmu Komputer, Universitas Narotama, Surabaya, Indonesia, Email: actrosminah@gmail.com,  bchezalina@fskik.upsi.edu.com,  cshi2936@gmail.com,  dmimisuhana.abdaziz@gmail.com,  ehazlinahassan_77@yahoo.com, fendang_noer@uwks.ac.id, gtriandjarwati@untag-sby.ac.id, henni_sustiyatik@unik-kediri.ac.id, iahmad_ridwan@unik-kediri.ac.id, jkunto.eko.susilo@narotama.ac.id

Recently, remote monitoring systems have been evolving to respond to the needs in the agriculture sector, which is an essential pillar in the modern concept of a smart community. We propose a smart system to monitor plants’ current activities and conditions, as a smart agriculture system based on the widely spreading available technologies, namely, LoRa and Laravel. Statistics show that the database system performance for big data are risk factors for high data rates to decrease. Preventive measures should be applied to provide a real-time agriculture monitoring system, to save plants’ life productivity at an acceptable time. The overall aim of this research is to provide an effective model system that will track, trace, and monitor temperature, pH and humidity readings in order to provide efficient agriculture services in time for IGH PoliPD (Intelligent Green House PoliPD). In this paper, we focus on the auto irrigation system in contribution to save water and reduce workers. By using sensors, the data will be captured and compared with a predefined threshold. This paper demonstrates the possibility of building a complete end-to-end smart agriculture monitoring system by using wide ranges of available sensors for more vital plant parameters to connect activities with farmer.  The results of real-world farming measurement shows significant reduction in the use of man power and water usage which contribute to increased productivity. Pages 264 to 273
 
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IOT-Based Intelligent Green Houses (IGH) using Lo-Ra Technology

Noremy Che Azemia, Siti Rosminah MD Derusb, Nurfarhanah Omarc, Che Zalina Zulkifli*d, Endang Noerhartatie, Tri Andjarwatif, Enni Sustiyatikg, Ahmad Ridwanh, Kunto Eko Susiloi, a,cDepartment of Electrical Engineering, Politeknik Port Dickson, Malaysia, bDepartment of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, Politeknik Banting Selangor, Malaysia, dDepartment of Faculty of Art, Computing, and Creative Industry, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Malaysia, eDepartement of Agroindustrial Technology, Universitas Wijaya Kusuma Surabaya, Indonesia, fFakultas Ekonomi, Universitas 17 Agustus 1945, Surabaya, Indonesia, gFakultas Ekonomi, Universitas Kadiri, Kediri, Indonesia, hFakultas Teknik, Universitas Kadiri, Kediri, Indonesia, iFakultas Ilmu Komputer, Universitas Narotama, Surabaya, Indonesia, Email:  anoremycazemi@gmail.com,  bctrosminah@gmail.com,  cnurfarhanahomar@gmail.com,  dchezalina@fskik.upsi.edu.my, eendang_noer@uwks.ac.id, ftriandjarwati@untag-sby.ac.id, genni_sustiyatik@unik-kediri.ac.id, hahmad_ridwan@unik-kediri.ac.id, ikunto.eko.susilo@narotama.ac.id

This paper presents the design of the Internet of Things (IoT) platform for real time monitoring and controlling systems of the Intelligent Green House (IGH) at Politeknik Port Dickson. The implementation of the existing IGH is operated separately between Green Gardens and Aquaponics. Therefore, with the emergence of IoT technologies in recent years, this research proposes a complete solution for data centralization to ensure data efficiency and sustainability. The new IGH system consists of integrated sensors with a Long-Range Radio (Lo-Ra) platform used to send the pH, humidity, turbidity and temperature value of Aquaponic and moisture value of soil garden to the IoT platform. The proposed complete monitoring system of IGH was designed using Laravel that is capable to visualize the real time data. This paper is focused on the pH value and web page monitoring and testing. From the results, it is observed that the IoT platform successfully achieves the goals to display the value of pH and web application. Pages 274 to 283