Motor skill needs to be developed for kindergarten children. Development can be done through perceptual motor activities based on multiple intelligences. Research purpose was to determine the effect of multiple intelligences based perceptual motor activity model on motor skill of kindergarten student. This research was pre-experimental research. Research design was by one group pre test and posttest design. Research subjects were 25 Kindergarten students. The research instrument was the Test of Gross Motor Development-2 (TGMD-2) from Ulrich (2000). Data analysis was by using t test by comparing the mean results of the pre test with the mean post test results. Research results on all components of motor skills: run, gallop, hop, leap, horizontal jump, slide, striking stationary ball, stationary dribble, catch, kick, overhand throw, and underhand roll, show the results of the t test with sig value 0.000 <0.05, so that it can be concluded that there is significant effect of multiple intelligences based perceptual motor activity model on motor ability of kindergarten student.
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Effect of Multiple Intelligence Based Perceptual Motor Activity Model on Motor Skill of Kindergarten Student
Dr. Yudanto, S.Pd., Jas., M.Pd.
MOHAMAD SABAR RINALDI
-Faizal Imam Robbani
The studies on the psychological skills of players based on gender perspective are limited, particularly in elite soccer players. We evaluated the psychological skills of Indonesian male and female soccer players who competed in Asian Games 2018. The research method was a retrospective causal-comparative design using The Psychological Skills Inventory for Sports (PSIS-R-5) instrument. The data were analyzed using the independent sample t-test (P < 0,05) and cross tabulation techniques. The results showed that there were no significant differences in the characteristics of psychological skills between the Indonesian male and female national soccer team players. This study reveals a lack of psychological skills in soccer players, particularly in concentration and the importance of team. Therefore this research can provide scientific information for the coaches to improve the psychological skills of both male and female soccer players is needed. Future research is needed to develop and to improve the psychological skills of the professional male and female soccer players.
- Sri Atun
- Retno Arianingrum
- Eddy Sulistyowati
- Nurfina Aznam
Department of Chemistry Education, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Yogyakarta State University, Karangmalang, Depok, Sleman, Yogyakarta 55281, Indonesia
Background/Aims: Kaempferia rotunda (Zingiberaceae), known as kunci pepet or kunir putih in Indonesia, has been traditionally used in abdominal pain, sputum laxative, wounds and diarrhea colic disorder. This study was conducted to isolate and to investigate anti-mutagenic activity of some flavanones from K. rotunda.
Methods: The milled dried rhizoma of K. rotunda (3 kg) was extracted exhaustively with methanol. The methanol extract was partitionated three times by n-hexane, chloroform, and ethyl acetate respectively. Each fraction was fractionated by vacuum liquid chroma-tography (VLC) and purified by column chromatography gravitation. Identification struc-tures of all pure compounds were elucidated based on spectroscopic methods (UV, IR, and NMR) and compared to the spectroscopic previously reported data. Antimutagenic activity test was observed in vivo based on the number of micronucleated polychromatic cell erythrocytes (MNPCE) from male Balb-c mice (8e12 week) induced by cyclophosphamide. Results: From the dried and milled rhizoma of K. rotunda, three known flavanones, namely 5-hydroxy-7-methoxyflavanone (1), 7-hydroxy-5-methoxyflavanone (2), and 5,7-dihydrox-yflavanone (3) were isolated. The methanol extract and isolated flavanones from K. rotunda showed significant antimutagenic effect compared to control group.
Developing an Integrated Music Teaching Model in Indonesia Based On the Dutch Music Teaching Model as the Implementation of the 2013 Curriculum
Dr. Kun Setyaning Astuti, M.Pd.
Yogyakarta State University,
Dr. Agus Widyantoro, M.Pd.
Yogyakarta State University,
This article is based on the research done in cooperation between Yogyakarta State University
Indonesia, Hoogeschool voor de Kunsten Utrecht, and Utrecht University in the Netherlands entitled Developing The Music Thematic Teaching and Learning Based on Implementation in the Netherlands. One of the objectives of the study was to develop an integrated music teaching model as the implementation of the 2013 curriculum in Indonesia, which up to now has not been completely formulated.
The data collection techniques used were interviews, observations, documentation, and literature study. The researchers interviewed educational experts in the Netherlands, i.e. the policy makers, school principals, teachers/lecturers, students, and other stakeholders. The researchers also observed the music teaching learning processes in the Netherlands, from the early childhood education, primary school, secondary school, and the university level.
The findings showed that the integrated music teaching model developed in the Netherlands had the characteristics which were in accordance with the new curriculum of Indonesia, so that the model can be applied in Indonesia, which was in accordance with the characteristics of the teaching situations in Indonesia. The procedures are: a) the teacher gave explanation about the core materials; b) the teacher gave an assignment to be done in groups, each group having different assignments but each assignment became a part of the class project; c) the students discussed the assignment and formed the music concept and practiced the materials which would be performed; d) the students presented their works in groups; e) the students had a reflection; and f) evaluation.
Impact of Government Support and Competitor Pressure on the Readiness of SMEs in Indonesia in Adopting the Information Technology
Mahendra Adhi Nugroho
Yogyakarta State University (Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta), Indonesia
The Third Information Systems International Conference
Impact of Government Support and Competitor Pressure on
the Readiness of SMEs in Indonesia in Adopting the
The use of information technology to support the business organization's performance is one thing that needs to be done by large-scale industrial sector and small industrial sector (SMEs) to face global competition. As a developing country, the SMES sector in Indonesia is still not fully adopt and utilize information technology (IT) in the business process. Factors of contributors, inhibitors and the effect of the competitive environment and government support will tend to trigger SMEs to adopt IT. This study tries to explore the influence Contributor, Inhibitor, Government Support, and Competitor Pressure, to Technology Readiness (H1, H2, H3, H4), and the Influence of Technology Readiness on Behavioral to Use (H5). The study used 446 valid sample of SMEs of craft industry and being tested using the Partial Least Square (PLS) technique. The testing result shows that the Contributor and Inhibitor have the significant effect on the Technology Readiness with p-value of .000 (<0.05) (H1 and H2 were supported). The testing result of the Technology Readiness on the Behavior to Use also shows the significant result with the p-value 0.00 (<0.05) (H5 was supported). The test of the effect of the Government Support and Competitor Pressure shows the insignificant result with the p-value of 0.81 and 0.53 (>0.05) (H3 and H4 were not supported). Further analysis also found that the Government Support and Competitor Pressure do not affect on the IT users (Behavior to Use) in SMEs. The finding also strengthen the previous claim that the Government Support and the Competitor pressure are not the component which make SMEs ready to adopt and use the IT on their business process.