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Announcing Accepted Abstracts for ICRE 2017

Congratulations to the following authors for being accepted to present at the ICRE 2017 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The authors should have received a confirmation email containing reviewer’s comments on 25 August 2017. If you have not receive the email (please also make sure to check your spam/clutter folder), please feel free to contact us.

No.Author NameAbstract Title
1Adeolu Joshua AYENIPrincipals’ Strategic Management and Students’ Learning Outcome in Secondary Schools in Ondo State, Nigeria
2Adhi Surya Nugraha, S.Pd.DEVELOPMENT INSTRUMEN EVALUATION OF MATHEMATICAL MODELLING COMPETENCE FOR STUDENT OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
3Aep SunendarDEVELOPING EARLY CONCEPT AND NUMBER DEFINITIONS ON CHILDREN TROUGH REALISTIC MATHEMATICAL APPROACH
4Agus Supriyanto, M.Pd.INFORMATION AND COUNSELING CENTER AS A DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION CENTER
5Albertus Hariwangsa PanuluhImproving The Science Process Skills Of Physics Education Students By Using Guided Inquiry Practicum
6Alfa Charisma Sardjono PelloEffectiveness of the implementation of cooperative learning type of Teams Games Tournament aided kahoot media on the topic of quadratic equation for students grade X IPH 2 Surabaya
7Almu Noor RomadoniTHE ETHNOMATEMATICS ASPECTS OF BANJAR CULTURE IN BALANGAN DISTRICT OF SOUTH KALIMANTAN
8Amien Wahyudi, M.Pd.GROUP GUIDANCE SERVICES BASED ON FOLKLORE FOR STUDENTS JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
9Ana Easti Rahayu Maya Sari, S.PdMathematical Aspects of Kasongan Pottery Art
10Archangelia Maria LeluMATHEMATICAL CONNECTION ABILITY ON THE TOPIC THE SUM OF ANGLES IN A TRIANGLE BY USING PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING MODELS FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS GRADE VIIA YOGYAKARTA
11AsrodinDIFFICULTY ANALYSIS OF THE NINTH GRADE STUDENTS OF SMP 2 PUNDONG IN SOLVING THE COMPARATIVE TOPIC IN NATIONAL EXAMINATION
12Auxilia Maria AroranTHE ANALYSIS OF STUDENT THINKING IN MATHEMATICAL UNDERSTANDING OF 7TH GRADE OF BOPKRI I JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL ON ANGLE
13Ayu Aristika, M. Pd.development of problem based learning to increasing mathematical critical thingking ability
14Bella Wicasari, S.PdANALYSIS OF MATHEMATICAL REPRESENTATION, COMMUNICATION AND CONNECTION IN TRIGONOMETRY
15Bernadus Bin Frans ResiTHE ANALYSIS OF STUDENTS’ MATHEMATICAL REPRESENTATION FORMS OF 10TH GRADE SCIENCE OF MA SUNAN PANDANARAN YOGYAKARTA IN SOLVING MATHEMATICAL PROBLEM
16Brigitta Erlita Tri Anggadewi, S.Psi., M.Psi.Scaffolding: How it Works For Students With Learning Difficulty
17Catharina Mara AprianiANALYSIS OF MATHEMATICAL CONNECTION AND COMMUNICATION TOPIC OF THE RELATION OF CENTRAL ANGLE AND ROVING ANGLE IN A CYCLE IN GRADE VIII
18Catharina Mara AprianiINTRODUCTION TO MATLAB FOR SOLVING AN ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION WITH INITIAL VALUE PROBLEM
19Chintya KurniawatiMATHEMATICAL CONNECTION ABILITY ON THE TOPIC THE SUM OF ANGLES IN A TRIANGLE BY USING PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING MODELS FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS GRADE VIIA YOGYAKARTA
20Dominikus Arif Budi PrasetyoPromoting Responsibility Through the Mathematics Capita Selecta Course with Reciprocal Teaching Strategy based on Ignatian Pedagogy
21Dr. Hongki Julie, M. Si.The Second Cycle of The Reflective Pedagogical Paradigm Implementation in The Introduction Probability Theory Course
22Dr. I Gede Rasagama, S.Si., M.Pd.ANALYSIS OF AIR FLOW RATE IN OPEN VENTURY-MANOMETER PIPES BY LINEAR REGRESSION METHOD USING MS EXCEL FOR PHYSICS LAB ACTIVITY OF POLYTECHNIC STUDENTS
23Dr. IIN PURNAMASARI, S.Pd., M.Pd.CULTURE BASED HOMESCHOOLING: AN ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION
24Ebenezer JosephIMPROVING WORKING MEMORY IN SCHOOL CHILDREN THROUGH CHESS TRAINING
25Eko Budi Santoso, S.J., S.Pd., Ph.D.Mathematical Combinatorics Classroom Activities to Develop Critical Thinking Grade School and High School Students
26Elisa Maria C SitumorangPERBEDAAN BANYAKNYA JENIS KESALAHAN SISWA KELAS VII C SMP MARIA IMMACULATA YOGYAKARTA TAHUN AJARAN 2016/2017 MENYELESAIKAN GARIS DAN SUDUT DILIHAT DARI KATEGORI KEMAMPUAN SPASIAL BERDASARKAN GENDER
27Farkhatu Sikhah, S.PdDESIGN OF REALISTIC MATHEMATICAL LEARNING FOR TOPIC PAINTING TRIANGLE
28Febi SanjayaSTUDENTS’ LEARNING OUTCOMES, PERSISTENCE, AND COOPERATION AT THE FIRST CYCLE OF IMPLEMENTATION OF PEDAGOGI IGNASIAN IN ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS COURSE
29Florianus Aloysius NaySTUDY OF PROJECT BASED LEARNING WITH SCIENTIFIC APPROACH OF ETHNOMATHEMATIC TO IMPROVE PROBLEM SOLVING ABILITY
30FX. Catur SupatmonoIncreasing the Ability of Resolving Quadratic Equations by Using Group Discussion Method for Students in Class X-6 of SMA Kolese De Britto Yogyakarta in Academic Year 2016/2017
31FX. Risang Baskara, S.S., M.Hum.Developing EFL Learners’ Autonomy through Moodle-based Flipped Classroom
32Georgius Rocki AgasiCAPABILITY STUDENT SEVENTH GRADE IN SUBMITTING MATH PROBLEMS USING THE PHOTOS MEDIA
33Hanifahtu SolichahDeveloping an Interactive Geogebra-Based Textbook of Circle Materials for Class Eight of SMP Negeri 6 Yogyakarta
34Hanna SundariThe Use of Developed Task-based Materials in Teaching Writing Class
35Hannah Elyse U. TeeDigital Games as a Tool for Teaching Autism Awareness and Empathy
36Ika MaryaniVALIDITY AND RELIABILITY OF LEARNING STYLE SCALE OF THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’
37Johnsen Harta, M.PdEvaluation of Biology Education Students’ Writing and Presentation Skills through Personality Assistance and Learning Method Part II
38JulianaEFFECTS OF USING THE JAPANESE ABACUS METHOD UPON THE ADDITION AND MULTIPLICATION PERFORMANCE OF GRADE 3 INDONESIAN STUDENTS
39Kurnia Martikasari, S.Pd., M.Sc.Online Discussion Forum : Can It Improving Students’ Critical Thinking and Students’ Social Awareness?
40Laurentius Sandi WitarsoSocial Skill Training for University Students (freshmen)
41Luky Tiasari, S.Pd., M.Pd.Innovative Digital Media: I-PEN for Teaching Writing
42Lusia Widya Kristianti, S.Pd.THE INFLUENCE OF JIGSAW LEARNING MODELS TOWARDS STUDENTS’ LEARNING HABITS AND MATHEMATICS LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT OF STATISTICS CHAPTER FOR STUDENTS OF 11th GRADE VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 2 DEPOK ACADEMIC YEAR 2016/2017
43Marcellinus Andy RudhitoUTILIZATION OF LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM EXELSA MOODLE FOR DEVELOPMENT OF SKILLS AND SPIRIT OF MATHEMATICS TEACHING IN MICRO TEACHING COURSE
44Margaretha Madha MelissaIMPLEMENTATION OF REFLECTIVE PEDAGOGY TO PROMOTE PROSPECTIVE MATHEMATICS TEACHERS’ ENTHUSIASM
45Maria Suci AprianiANALYSIS OF LEARNING MODEL THROUGH CONTEXT IN REFLEXTIVE PEDAGOGY PARADIGM
46Mariani DianINTRODUCTION TO MATLAB FOR SOLVING AN ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION WITH INITIAL VALUE PROBLEM
47Meita FitrianawatiImproving Mathematical Communications Ability of Students Through Ethnomatematics Approach
48Mesak RatuanikStudy of Project Based Learning with Scientific Approach of Ethnomathematic to Improve Problem Solving Ability
49Monika Dini KurniasariBelief about Teaching: Passion or Quandary? A Cross-Sectional Study of Prospective Teachers' Self Efficacy and Beliefs
50Monika, M.PsiThe Effectiveness of Career Guidance Program for Psychology Students
51MUKTI SINTAWATI, S.Si, M.PdMath Anxiety among Students in Primary Teacher Education
52Nazla Maharani UmayaTRANSFORMATIVE TEACHING AS A COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHERS AND PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS OF PROFESSIONAL
53Niluh Sulistyani, M.Pd.IMPLEMENTATION OF PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING MODEL (PBL) BASED ON REFLECTIVE PEDAGOGY APPROACH ON ADVANCED STATISTICS LEARNING
54Novanolo C. ZebuaTHE ANALYSIS OF LEARNING IMPLEMENTATION AND LEARNING RESULT WITH PROBLEM BASED LEARNING METHOD
55Novita Maulidya Jalal, S.Psi.,M.Psi.,PsikologFullday School: A Descriptive Study of Student Wellbeing on Legal Policies on Fullday School in SMP Y Kota Makassar.
56Nuk Tohul HudaSEARCH OF ROUND EQUATION AND QUADRAT FUNCTION USING NEWTON RAPHSON METHOD
57Nuk Tohul HudaUse of ICT-Based Learning Media as an Effort to Improve the Comprehension of Understanding Student Mathematics and Improving the Role of Spatial Intelligence in Mathematical Learning of Geometry on Student Learning Outcomes through Computer Technology Med
58Olfiana Dapa KambuEFFECT OF LEARNING STYLE TO MATHEMATICS LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT OF 7TH GRADE SMPK ST. ALOYSIUS WEETEBULA
59Patricia Lestari TaslimThe Role of Family to Optimize Academic Potential of Gifted Children
60Pendi SinulinggaImproving Students' Understanding of Electricity in Simple DC Circuits through Scientific Approach
61PratiknyoMOCOPAT OF JAVANESE POETRY, FROM ASSONANCE TO RHYME TO BE GLOBAL
62PurwantiPENGARUH MODEL PEMBELAJARAN BERBASIS MASALAH DENGAN MEMPERTIMBANGKAN MATHEMATICAL HABITS OF MIND DAN KEMAMPUAN AWAL TERHADAP KEMAMPUAN PEMECAHAN MASALAH DAN DISPOSISI MATEMATIS
63Rahmawati SuharnoVISUAL AIDS TO DEVELOP THE ABILITY ON LEARNING MATH FOR CHILDREN WITH THE SPECIAL NEEDS (SLOW LEARNER AND DISKALKULIA)
64Retna Widyaningsih, S.PdThe Effect of The Realistic Mathematics Education Approach for The Batwroot of the field on the interest and Student Learning Results In Class VII D SMP Negeri 1 Ngaglik
65Rostamaji KorniawanEducation for European Taxpayers’ Compliance: a Perspective Study of European Scientists as a Lesson for Asian Taxpayers
66Sanny Suryanty SilabanVirtual simulation media application on ECIRR learning model to remediate student’s misconception about Change of Matter
67Satrio Sugeng PrihantoroTHE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LANGUAGE LEARNING STRATEGIES AND LANGUAGE LEARNING MOTIVATION A STUDY OF ESL LEARNERS IN BUDI UTAMA JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
68Sri Adi SusilowatiTHE ANALYSIS OF LEARNING IMPLEMENTATION AND LEARNING RESULT WITH PROBLEM BASED LEARNING METHOD
69Stanislaus Amsikan, S.Pd., M.Pd.Si.THE GEOMETRY CONCEPT ON MOTIF WOVEN IN KEFAMENANU COMMUNITY
70Stephani Rangga LarasatiANALYSIS OF MATHEMATICAL CONNECTION AND COMMUNICATION TOPIC OF THE RELATION OF CENTRAL ANGLE AND ROVING ANGLE IN A CYCLE IN GRADE VIII
71Stephanus SuwarsonoGEOMETRIC CONSTRUCTION ABILITY IN THREE-DIMENSIONAL SPACE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
72SuhartatiRespon Siswa terhadap Buku Ajar Tematik Berbasis Budaya DIY
73SumarwatiUSING TRADITIONAL ECOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE INTO TEACHING AND LEARNING IN RURAL PRIMARY SCHOOL
74Tea Tasia Wiwin, S.Pd.ANALYSIS OF REPRESENTATION FORMS IN LEARNING MATHEMATICS ON MATERIALS VOLUME BEAMS CLASS VIII A SMP NEGERI 2 PURWOSARI
75Veronica Rani K.K, S.PdThe Effect of The Realistic Mathematics Education Approach (PMR) for the batwroot of the Field on The Interest and Student Learning Reaults in Class VII D SMP Negeri 1 Nganglik
76Veronica Yeshinta Komalasari, S.Pd.DEVELOPMENT OF MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENT COMPLEXITY OF THE MATHEMATICAL CONTEXTUAL PROBLEMS OF TRIGONOMETRIC MATERIAL
77Veronika Fitri RianasariSECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ CONSTRUCTION OF KNOWLEDGE: THE CASE OF FRACTION DIVISION
78Veronika SwantiRedefining Identity: The International School Language Teachers' Narratives of the Past and Present Enterprise
79Wike EllissiTHE ANALYSIS OF STUDENT THINKING IN MATHEMATICAL UNDERSTANDING OF 7TH GRADE OF BOPKRI I JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL ON ANGLE
80Wike EllissiTHE ANALYSIS OF STUDENTS’ MATHEMATICAL REPRESENTATION FORMS OF 10TH GRADE SCIENCE OF MA SUNAN PANDANARAN YOGYAKARTA IN SOLVING MATHEMATICAL PROBLEM
81Witanti WiyantariVISUAL AIDS TO DEVELOP THE ABILITY ON LEARNING MATH FOR CHILDREN WITH THE SPECIAL NEEDS (SLOW LEARNER AND DISKALKULIA)
82Yakobus Dwi WahyuonoCAPABILITY STUDENT SEVENTH GRADE IN SUBMITTING MATH PROBLEMS USING THE PHOTOS MEDIA
83Yohanes Probo Dwi Sasongko SS, M.PdHolistic Education Representation in Ki Hajar Dewantara Perspective
84Yohanis Catur UtomoThe Implementation of Program Based Learning (PBL) Model to Enhance Students’ Mathematics Learning Achievement of Grade VII A SMP Negeri 2 Godean
85Yosep Dwi KristantoStudents’ Mathematical Reasoning in Exploring Function and Its Derivative
86Yuliana Ina KiiEFFECT OF LEARNING STYLE TO MATHEMATICS LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT OF 7TH GRADE SMPK ST. ALOYSIUS WEETEBULA
87Yulius Keremata LedeIncreasing the Ability of Resolving Quadratic Equations by Using Group Discussion Method for Students in Class X-6 of SMA Kolese De Britto Yogyakarta in Academic Year 2016/2017. Classroom Action Research
88Yustina Mogi, S.Pd.ANALYSIS OF REPRESENTATION FORMS IN LEARNING MATHEMATICS ON MATERIALS VOLUME BEAMS CLASS VIII A SMP NEGERI 2 PURWOSARI
89Zeny Ernaningsih,S.Pd.ANALYSIS OF MATHEMATICAL REPRESENTATION, COMMUNICATION AND CONNECTION IN TRIGONOMETRY
90Anisa Suba UtamiANALYSIS OF STUDENTS’ MATHEMATICAL COMMUNICATION SKILL IN ALGEBRAIC FORM USING ALGEBRA BLOCKS
91Ch. Erlin DisasmitowatiANALYSIS OF STUDENTS’ MATHEMATICAL COMMUNICATION SKILL IN ALGEBRAIC FORM USING ALGEBRA BLOCKS
92Ju'subaidiThe Classification of Learning Assessment Instruments (A case study at Ponorogo State Islamic College)

International Conference on Research in Education (ICRE)
“Innovative Pedagogy in a Changing World”

Background

The world changes rapidly. The rapid growth of science and technology affects many aspects of life. People race and compete to develop hard skills as well as soft skills in order to gain better life. The competition and the demand in the work fields are getting tighter and become more complex. That is a little portrait implying that it could not be denied that the future holds many challenges which are getting more complex. It means the youth will face a tighter competition.

The youths must prepare themselves to face every challenge in this era. Behavior, knowledge, and skills are the main aspects that should be prepared in order to survive in this era. Therefore, the role of education as an agent of revolution becomes more crucial.

Teachers and education practitioners have significant roles in preparing young generation through new innovations in the dynamic world. The success of education does not only depend on how deep teachers master their expertise but it is also determined by the way teachers transform knowledge to students so they would be a complete individual. An individual is not only expected to have sufficient knowledge but also to nurture good attitudes and develop proper skills.

The international seminar, with the theme of “Innovative Pedagogy in a Changing World “, aims at providing a global platform to discuss, discover creative solution, as well as share knowledge, experience and ideas from the results of the research. Furthermore, this seminar provides opportunity for the practitioners, researchers, and policymakers to share topics related to the latest research, best practices in improving the quality of education in the future, and wider professional networking  in national or international level.

Call For Papers

  1. Education Management and Leadership
  2. Learning Paradigms
  3. Utilization of Technology in Learning Process
  4. Learning Evaluation
  5. Alternative Education
  6. Learning Psychology
  7. Teachers and Prospective Teachers Professional Development
  8. Curriculum and Developmental Research
  9. Interdisciplinary Research

Speakers

  1. Dr. Yansen Marpaung
    (Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Sanata Dharma University, Indonesia)
  2. Dr. Halil Ibrahim Avci
    (Argonne National Laboratory, USA)
  3. Dr. Wanti Widjaja
    (Faculty of Arts and Education, School of Education, Deakin University, Australia)
  4. Ir. Dr. L. Y. Adeline Ng
    (Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Science, Swinburne University of Technology, Sarawak Campus, Malaysia)
  5. Dr. Anuncius Gumawang Jati, M.A.
    (lnstitut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia)
  6. Dr. Titik Kristiyani, M.Psi.
    (Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Sanata Dharma, Indonesia)

Steering Committee

  1. Dr. Yansen Marpaung
    (Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Sanata Dharma University, Indonesia)
  2. Rohandi, Ph.D.
    (Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Sanata Dharma University, Indonesia)
  3. Dr. Mahardhika Pratama
    (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
  4. Dr. Novi Quadrianto
    (University of Sussex, United Kingdom)
  5. Dr. Vikram Sunkara
    (Freie Universität Berlin, Germany)

Organizing Committee

  1. Sudi Mungkasi, Ph.D.
    (Faculty of Science and Technology, Sanata Dharma University, Indonesia)
  2. Dr. Marcellinus Andy Rudhito, S.Pd.
    (Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Sanata Dharma University, Indonesia)
  3. Dr. Hongki Julie, M.Si.
    (Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Sanata Dharma University, Indonesia)
  4. Veronika Fitri Rianasari, M.Sc.
    (Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Sanata Dharma University, Indonesia)
  5. Maria Suci Apriani, S.Pd., M.Sc.
    (Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Sanata Dharma University, Indonesia)
  6. Febi Sanjaya, M.Sc.
    (Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Sanata Dharma University, Indonesia)

Held in:
Sanata Dharma University
3rd campus, Paingan, Maguwoharjo,
Sleman, D. I. Yogyakarta, INDONESIA

on 13 – 14 October 2017

Publication Options:
Selected papers of this conference will be published in International International Journal of Indonesian Education and Teaching (IJIET) or Language and Language Teaching Journal (LLT Journal) indexed by Google Scholar, while other accepted presented papers will be published in Proceedings Ebook with ISBN.