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1 Boosting Cognitive Skill and Critical Thinking in Digital Age ABS-6

Cognitive Bias in A Disruptive Era: How Thinking Patterns Affects Academic Performance and Health
Ali Maksum & Fifuka D. Khory

Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Abstract

In a disruptive era marked by rapid changes and abundance of information, the occurrence of cognitive biases becomes difficult to avoid. Individuals are more confident in something perceived than the facts and actual data. Emotions are stronger than reason. In a neuro-psychological perspective, people tend to use the limbic system rather than the neocortex in thinking and responding to things. As a result, opportunities for mistakes in making decisions more often occur. In the long run, such conditions will distort the academic climate that promotes rationality and critical thinking. The results of a study of 1000 students of Universitas Negeri Surabaya in seven faculties and postgraduate programs showed that cognitive bias occurred in 81% of respondents. Deprivation is deeper in social science students than exact science students. There is a significant correlation between curiosity and academic performance. Other relevant research shows that students who use intuitive thinking have lower academic performance than students who use reflective thinking. Intuitive thinking also encourages students to cheat and their eating patterns are very risky for health.

Keywords: cognitive bias, thinking patterns, academic performance, health

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2 Challenge on Education in Facing the Development of Industry 4.0 ABS-20

TEACHING INDONESIAN LANGUAGE COURSES WITH INSIGHT INTO WETLANDS IN THE 4.0 ERA
Ahsani Taqwiem

Lambung Mangkurat University


Abstract

The Bahasa course is one of the compulsory courses in the curriculum component of the college. Mandatory means all levels and all scientific fields should present this course as a basic course. Entering the 4.0 era challenges to this subject are more substantial. Besides completing the subject, this course is also advisable to be a personality course that can help the success of student. Growing in the wetland environment, it must base the materials selected on locality. The opportunity to integrate concepts and themes following the wetland environment with the linguistic material will be the language in this writing. Materials that can be simulated character education will also be comprehensively outlined in this writing. This article will be a reference to finding the right materials to be applied as Bahasa course in wetland environment in the industrial revolution era.



Keywords: bahasa, wetland, education

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3 Challenge on Education in Facing the Development of Industry 4.0 ABS-21

THE LEARNING EFFECTIVENESS OF BASIC THROWING MOVEMENT THROUGH PLAYING APPROACH ON FIRST GRADE STUDENTS OF SDN LOKTABAT 7 BANJARBARU CITY
Mashud, Said Abdillah.

Lambung Mangkurat University


Abstract

This research aimed to produce learning effectiveness of basic throwing movement. The study was conducted by involving research subjects’ namely physical education teachers and first grade students of SDN Loktabat 7. This research used classroom action research method (action research) which has several phases of research steps including: planning, action, observation and reflection. Data collected included qualitative, in the form of responses from observer/associate teacher in the form of criticism, suggestions, and comments both orally and written using interview techniques, discussion, documentation and questionnaires and quantitative data in the form scale of ordinal numbers.
Data collected during the study is data about learning implementation and effectiveness of the learners. Before the action research was done, effectiveness of the students’ learning outcomes in the form of concept understanding of basic throwing movement and throwing ability showed that there were 16 students (45, 71%) had finished the learning with standard grade individually. After the action research was conducted, the students who passed the study increased to 22 (62.86 %) in the first cycle, 26 students (80 %) in the second cycle, and 33 students (94.29 %) in the third cycle. Before the action research was done, classical learning completeness of the students was 45.71 %. However after the action research was conducted, it increased by 17.15 % into 62.86 % in cycle I. In the second cycle it increased by 11.43 % into 74.29 %, while the third cycle, it increased by 20% into 94.29%. While the study results of the learning implementation showed that the playing activity can be done well, it was proven by the high students’ involvement and participation in learning, but the teacher should have more control of the movement preciousness done by the students, because it is feared the students focus only to do playing activities and they forget the right technique of basic throwing movement.
Overall, the research phasing from the first until third cycle undergo the improving results, both of the effectiveness and implementation of basic throwing movement learning.

Keywords: Learning effectiveness, basic throwing movement, playing approach.

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4 Challenge on Education in Facing the Development of Industry 4.0 ABS-32

Development of Basic Motion Learning Models Based on Traditional Games in Early Childhood
Reza Resah Pratama1*, Sukirno1, and Syafaruddin1

Universitas Sriwijaya


Abstract

Abstract. This research aims to develop a product in the form of a basic learning model based on traditional games for early childhood. This study uses a research and development model. The subjects of this study were children aged 4-6 years totaling 80 people. Data was collected through documentation, observation, interviews and basic motion tests. Data analysis was performed descriptively, qualitatively and quantitatively. The results of the test scores based on observations before given a basic game learning model based on traditional games for children aged 4-6 years was a pretest of 6.28 and after being given an increase treatment to 9.57. Percentage before treatment 46% (37 subjects) were able to take the test, whereas after treatment 85% (68 subjects) were successful in taking the test. This proves that the basic motion learning model based on traditional games can approach the predetermined targets and the objectives of this traditional game are achieved.

Keywords: Development, Models Based on Traditional

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5 Challenge on Education in Facing the Development of Industry 4.0 ABS-34

Blended learning to improve learning outcomes in digital electronics courses
Dewi Dewantara, Mustika Wati, M Misbah, Saiyidah Mahtari, Surya Haryandi

Physics Education
Universitas Lambung Mangkurat


Abstract

This study aims to analyze the effectiveness of the implementation of blended learning in digital electronics courses to improve learning outcomes. This research is a descriptive analysis research. The subjects of this study were 48 students of physics education FKIP Lambung Mangkurat University. The effectiveness of the implementation of blended learning is viewed from the results of student cognitive learning, using learning outcomes tests. Data were analyzed in the following ways, (1) analyzing descriptively from the average results of the learning outcomes test, (2) analyzing by using paired t-test to describe the significance of differences in student learning outcomes, (3) analyzing with n-gain test to find out the level of effectiveness in improving student learning outcomes. The results showed that, the average of the pretest was 14.38 and the average of the posttest was 79.22. The sig-2-tailed result from paired t-test is less than 0.05 so there is a significant difference between pretest and posttest. N-gain score is 0.76 which means this has a high category. The conclusion is the implementation of blended learning in digital electronics courses is effective in improving student learning outcomes.

Keywords: Blended learning, leraning outcomes

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6 Challenge on Education in Facing the Development of Industry 4.0 ABS-37

Analyzing the Challenges to Using Technology in Physical Education
1. Gita Febria Friskawati, 2. Vicki Ahmad Karisman, 3. Mesa Rahmi Stephani

1 2 Physical Education and Health Dept,
STKIP Pasundan

3 Faculty of Sport and Health Education
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

This survey research aims to explore the challenges of using technology in physical education. The data was taken through a survey using an open questionnaire that has been quoted the construct validity that is distributed through Google forms which are distributed over two months and five days. The population is 49 physical education teachers in West Java. The population consisted of 13 physical education teachers from Cimahi, 9 from Bandung, 11 from Batujajar, 8 from Garut and 8 from Purwakarta. Total Sampling was used in this study. Data analyzed using the percentage of each indicator in the questionnaire. The results showed that the challenges obtained from teachers was 28%, challenges from students was 24%, challenges that came from the environment 32% and challenges from school support was only 16%. These results can be used to overcome the problem of using technology in the physical education learning process at school.

Keywords: challanges, using techology, physical education

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7 Challenge on Education in Facing the Development of Industry 4.0 ABS-44

Evaluation Of Extracurricular Coaches Basic School Sports Club
Risa Zuardi

ULM


Abstract

This study aims to determine and examine the stages of preparation, implementation, obstacles and the final results of the training that has been carried out by the trainer. The research method used is a qualitative method. The subjects in this evaluation study were the extracurricular trainers of elementary school sports clubs who were registered in the decree on the formation of a sports club by the head of the North Hulu Sungai District education office. The results showed that most trainers did not understand the basic concepts of coaching, and did not understand the basic concepts of child development at elementary school age. In conclusion, the trainer does not carry out the preparatory activities properly, with the preparation phase that is not well prepared, the training runs without any clear direction and goals. Moreover, the trainee will be traumatized because the training carried out by the trainer does not pay attention to aspects of child growth and development. In addition, the limitations of advice and supporting infrastructure are the main obstacles in the implementation of training activities carried out. Thus, for the last 3 years (2014-2016) children training for sports clubs in Hulu Sungai Utara Regency have minimal achievements, which can only get 2 medals, namely 1 silver medal from the mini volleyball branch in 2014 and 1 bronze medal from the gymnastic branch in the year same. Furthermore, in 2016 the children training the Hulu Sungai Utara Elementary School sports club were only able to rank 4 in the mens chess sport, ranked 4 in the mens swimming, 6 in the mens table tennis and in 5 in the male martial arts.

Keywords: Evaluation, Coach, Elementary School Sports Club

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8 Community Sport Development (CSD) ABS-2

THE DEVELOPMENT OF PHYSICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL TRAINING MODELS TO IMPROVE FOOTBALL PLAYERS PERFORMANCE
Asep Angga Permadi

Ph.D. Candidate of Graduate School of Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia and Lecturer of Physical Education Faculty of Islamic Education and Teacher Training at Universitas Garut
Author correspondence: angga15[at]uniga.ac.id
funded by Lpdp


Abstract

Sport Coaching is an activity or method that is useful for developing skills and abilities, and increasing the capacity of human resources (HR). One way to achieve excellent physical condition is to do physical exercise that requires skills and awareness in sports. Football requires technical, tactical and physical skills to be very supportive in the performance of soccer players. Physical soccer training must be in accordance with the real position of the players in the match so that its performance is more optimal, so that the coach can optimize the performance of all players, physical and mental elements (psychology) influence each other, so that if both can be optimized it can produce player performance (performance) better, The aim of this research is the development of physical and psychological training in soccer on the performance of soccer athletes. This research is a research and development (R & D) method, with the chosen development design adopting the development proposed by Borg and Gall consisting of 10 stages.

Keywords: Physical Training, Sports Psychology, Performance, & Football

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9 Community Sport Development (CSD) ABS-3

The Difference between Backhand Drive Training with the Drive Inside Method and Drive crosscourt Against the Ability of Backhand Drive Tennis Players in Ages 12-15 Years
LAZUARDY AKBAR FAUZAN, S.Pd., M.Pd

DEPARTMENT OF SPORTS AND HEALTH EDUCATION. LAMBUNG MANGKURAT UNIVERSITY
Jalan Taruna Praja Raya Loktabat Utara Kota Banjarbaru Kalimantan Selatan 70714


Abstract

The problems in this study are 1) Was there a difference in backhand drive training with the drive inside method to the backhand drive ability of players in the Tennis Club Phapros Semarang Group Age 12-15 Years ?, 2) Was there a difference in backhand drive training with the drive crosscourt method to the backhand ability drive on the Tennis Players Club Phapros Semarang Group Age 12-15 Years ?, 3) Which was better between the exercises ?.
The variable of this research was the Tennis players backhand drive. The independent variable of this research was the backhand exercise with the drive inside and drive crosscourt methods. The research seal was the Tennis Club player of the Phapros Semarang group which included group age 12-15 years. The author uses the Hewitt Tennis achievement test to determine the results of the ability of the backhand drive.
The results of this research are that the exercise using the drive inside method has an effect on increasing the ability of backhand drive with T-score greater than T-table 7,24 > 2,78. Training using the drive crosscourt method has an effect on increasing the ability of backhand drive with T-score greater than T-table 4,80 > 2,78. There was a difference in effect between the drive inside method and the drive crosscourt. The drive inside method was better in increasing the backhand drive capability compared to drive crosscourt training, with the mean drive inside ratio greater than the drive crosscourt was 22.83 > 21.08

Keywords: Backhand drive tennis

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10 Community Sport Development (CSD) ABS-4

IMPLEMENTATION OF INQUIRY LEARNING MODEL ON RELATIONSHIP THE BASICS OF MARTIAL ARTS PENCAK SILAT STUDENTS PROGRAM STUDY OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Norma Anggara

Lambung Mangkurat University


Abstract

Abstrct

The purpose of using inquiry strategies in learning is to develop the ability to think systematically, logically, and critically, or develop intellectual abilities as part of mental processes. Thus, in inquiry students are not only required to master the subject matter, but how they can use their potential. This research uses the action research method using a research design model Kemmis and Mc.Taggart in the form of cycles or rounds of activities that include stages 1) planning, 2) action,3) observation, 4) reflection, at each round. The subjects of this study were students class of A1 class 52 people and class A2 54 people all sample this 106 students.
The conclusions obtained from this study are :
Before being given an inquiry method the results of absorption of learning from the whole The inquiry learning method, there will be a significant change by conducting an action research conducted for 16 meetings with a duration of 2 cycles. Based on the results of the final test percentage on the value of UTS cycle I average 22.64 %. next UAS value of cycle II the value high 79.25%, there was a significant change. Thus an increase in the learning outcomes of the basics of self-defense to students




Keywords: implementation, inquiry method, Pencak silat

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11 Community Sport Development (CSD) ABS-5

The Effectiveness Of The Setting Volleyball Training Guide Model To Increase The Setting Skill For Extracurricular Volleyball Participants
Khurotul Aini ;Moch. Asmawi;Ramdan Pelana; Firmansyah Dlis; ME Winarno; James Tangkudung; Achmad Sofyan Hanif

State University of Jakarta
Islamic University of 45 Bekasi


Abstract

Abstract - the development of science and technology plays an important role in improving the quality of human resources, especially in educational matters. The use of media in learning and training activities greatly helps the process of delivering material effectively and efficiently. The use of appropriate media will help motivation, creativity, enthusiasm of students or athletes in participating in learning activities or exercises. The purpose of this study is to find out whether the handbook on volleyball passing training models for volleyball extracurricular participants at the junior high school level is effectively used as a medium to enhance the setting skills of volleyball at junior high school age. The number of research subjects was 60 junior high school students in Makassar, South Sulawesi, using saturated / census sampling. This research uses the research and development (R&D) method of Borg and Gall. Based on the results of the Paired Samples Test it is known that the value of Sig. (2-tailed) of 0,000 <0.05, there is a significant difference in the results of passing the volleyball training in the pretest and posttest data. Thus it can be stated that, the handbook on volleyball setting training models for junior high school volleyball extracurricular participants is effectively used to improve the results of setting volleyball skills.

Keywords: exercise, setting volleyball, games

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12 Community Sport Development (CSD) ABS-10

Health and Wellness Perspective toward Body Mass Index and Volume Oxygen Maximum among University Students
Advendi Kristiyandaru, Muchamad Arif Al Ardha

Physical Education Department, Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Abstract

The aim of this study was to estimate the university students’ perception about health and wellness, and to investigate its associations with gender, body mass index (BMI), and volume oxygen maximum (VO2Max). There were 364 Indonesian freshmen (134 males and 230 females); anthropometric measurements were taken to determine the BMI. Furthermore, MFT test was implemented to measure students’ VO2Max. A questioner was also distributed to gain the Information about health and wellness perspectives. Finally, the conclusion will be drawn based on the data resulting the correlation between the health and wellness perspective toward physical fitness.

Keywords: Health, Wellness, Gender, BMI, VO2Max

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13 Community Sport Development (CSD) ABS-11

STRENGTHENING THE ROPE OF THE ETHNIC GROUPS THROUGH SPORTS IN THE CITY PALANGKA RAYA
YUDO HARVIANTO

Physical Education, Health and Recreation, Universitas Palangka Raya


Abstract

Exercise is a physical activity done by humans in various ways based on their individual desires. Because by exercising, people will get the benefits needed by him. Starting from increased immunity from disease attacks, and exercise can also make a persons body fit. Because with regular exercise and routine will make and keep the body fit.
But nowadays sports not only made public as a physical activity to nourish the body, but not least in some regions even the country makes sports as a way to achieve a certain goal. Because sports not only contribute to health, but exercise can contribute also one of the cultural values of a nation. Suppose there is a study that says that the ethnic communities of Ndebele and Shona in Zimbabwe are more fond of football sports. The cause of songs and singing by football supporters in Zimbabwe has been attributed or portraying the identity of the local peoples.
The main purpose of this study is to know about the strengthening of the fraternity rope through sports in the city of Palangka Raya.
This study uses a qualitative descriptive approach. The data collection techniques used in this study were 1) observations, 2) interviews, 3) focus group discussion (FGD), 4) documentation. The stages of the method in this study are (1) Invention (pre-field stage), (2) Discovery (Stage of field work), (3) Interpretation (Data analysis Phase), (4) Explanation (completion phase).
The result of the study was 1). Every year a student of Batak tribe holds a football competition. 2). All the organizers and participants who participated in football matches must be students who have descendants of ethnic Batak parents. 3). Football competitions are held to strengthen the ropes of fellow students who have descendants of Batak tribe. 4). Football matches are used as a way to raise funds to hold the next Batak group event.

Keywords: sport, rope fraternity, ethnic

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14 Community Sport Development (CSD) ABS-14

PENGARUH LATIHAN SQUAT THRUST 60 DETIK TERHADAP KAPASITAS VITAL PARU PADA PENGGEMAR OLAHRAGA TRADISIONAL SUMPIT DI SMA NEGERI 1 KAPUAS TIMUR
IRATUTISISILIA, S.Pd. , M.Pd.

UNIVERSITAS LAMBUNG MANGKURAT


Abstract

ABSTRACT
IRATUTISISILIA. 2018. The effect of 60-second squat thrust training on vital capacity of lung at traditional sports fans of chopsticks in SMA Negeri 1 Kapuas Timur. Thesis, Sport Teacher Training Program (S2), Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Lambung Mangkurat University. Primary Counselor: Dr. Maruful Kahri, M.Pd., Supervisor: Dr.AR. Shadiqin, M.Kes.

Keywords: Effect, Exercise, Squat, Thrust, 60 Seconds, Capacity, Vital, Lung

Traditional sports fans of chopsticks in SMA Negeri 1 Kapuas Timur have the ability of vital capacity of lung still low, so that researcher conclude Fans of traditional sport of chopsticks at SMA Negeri 1 Kapuas East not yet have good vital capacity of lung.

This study aims to determine the effect of 60 second squats thrust exercise on vital capacity of the lung on traditional sports fans of chopsticks in SMA Negeri 1 Kapuas Timur.
The research method used is experiment design method, with data retrieval technique done through preliminary test, giving treatment for 18 times meeting and final test.
The population in this study is all male participants SMA Negeri 1 Kapuas Timur class X and XI aged 14-16 years amounted to 50 people, while the sample in this study as many as 10 people with sampling techniques using purposive sampling techniques.
The result showed that pretest data of vital capacity of lung obtained by an average of 1.6970, with standard deviation = 0,40890, at posttest data of vital capacity of lung obtained an average of 1.8800, with standard deviation = 0,38332. The result of analysis is tct thitung = 3.495 > ttable (9:0,025) = 2,262 or with Sig. (2-tailed) = 0,007; it turns out Sig. (2-tailed) = 0.007 <0.05 thus thitung is significant. In conclusion there is a 60 second squat thrust exercise effect on the vital capacity of the lung on traditional sports fans of chopsticks in SMA Negeri 1 Kapuas Timur.

Keywords: 8 (eight)

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15 Community Sport Development (CSD) ABS-16

THE EFFECT OF ANGLE HOP AND SQUAT JUMP EXERCISE ON LEG POWER IN FUTSAL
Azi Faiz Ridlo, Muhammad Fajar Fardy

Universitas Islam 45 Bekasi


Abstract

This study aims to determine the effect of angle hop and squat jump exercises on leg power in Futsal Extracurricular participants at Al-Azhar 18 Grand Wisata High School. The method used in conducting this research is an experimental method with a purposive sampling technique. The sample in this study amounted to 12 people from a total population of 21 people. Based on the results of research and data analysis, it can be concluded that: (1) training angle hop has a significant effect on leg power (2) training squat jump has a significant effect on leg power. (3) There is no difference in the effect of exercises angle hop and squat jump on leg power.

Keywords: angle hop, squat jump, leg power

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16 Community Sport Development (CSD) ABS-18

Agility And Balance on The Speed of Dribbling in Soccer
Dindin Abidin, Memet Muhamad, Aridhotul Haqiyah, Adhy Rahman Gusriadi

Universitas Islam 45 Bekasi


Abstract

Agility and balance are important in the speed of dribbling in soccer for the student. The main of the research was to identify a level of quantitative changes of the dribbling speed with fifteen years old football players under the influence of the agility and balance. This research method is associative descriptive with regression analysis techniques. The population of this study was all students in the Cigudeg Soccer School amount of 130 people. The sample in this study amounted to 30 people with a purposive sampling technique (Age ± 13-15 years old). Based on the results of research and data analysis, it can be concluded that: (1) Agility affects the speed of dribbling in soccer, (2) Balance has a significant effect on the speed of dribbling in soccer, (3) Simultaneously agility and balance significantly influence the speed of dribbling. Thus agility and balance can be a priority in practicing speed of dribbling in soccer.

Keywords: Agility, Balance, Speed of Dribbling, Soccer

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17 Community Sport Development (CSD) ABS-19

IMPROVING THE LEARNING OUTCOME OF PASSING BASIC MOTION BY USING SIDEFOOT IN THE FOOTBALL GAME THROUGH THE BLOCKING GAME MEDIA ON CLASS IV STUDENTS OF LAWANGGINTUNG 2 STATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, BOGOR CITY
Tatang Iskandar

Universitas Islam 45 Bekasi


Abstract

This study aims to improve the learning outcome of passing basic motion by using the sidefoot inn the football games through blocking game media. In the first cycle of the research, the percentage of students who were able to complete the passing learning outcome reached 70% or 28 students. This percentage is an increase from the percentage of students learning achievement at the initial observation stage which only reached 30% or 12 students. Then in the second cycle of the research, the increase in student passing learning outcome increased significantly up to 80% of the number of grade IVA students in Lawanggintung 2 State Elementary School, Bogor City or 32 students who have been able to achieve the predetermined minimum completeness criteria of 75. Therefore, it can be concluded that through the blocking game media in football game, it has proven to be effective in improving the learning outcomes of passing, football, and blocking.

Keywords: Passing, Football Game and blocking game media

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18 Community Sport Development (CSD) ABS-24

Effect of Exercise Push Up with Wrist Flicking on the Ability of Basketball Three Point Shooting
Ahmad Maulana

Program Magister of Sport Teaching, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Lambung Mangkurat University

Banjarbaru,Indonesia


Abstract

This study aimed to determine the effect of exercise push up with wrist flicking on the Ability of Basketball Three Point Shooting in BSWJ Club Age 16 – 18 Years.
The method used is pre-experimental design. The population in this study is all the player of BSWJ basketball Club Age 16-18 years of 20 people, all players become the sample with total sampling technique.
The results showed that the data of pretest shooting three point of BSWJ Club gained an average 3.35 with standard deviation = 1.899. On post test data of shooting three point basketball of BSWJ Club gained average = 6.50 with standard deviation = 2.482. Correlation result is 0.921 with significant 0.000 < 0.05. Thus, there is a significant difference between the pretest and posttest. The conclusion is that there is effect of Exercise Push Up with Wrist Flicking on the Ability of Basketball Three Point Shooting in BSWJ Club Age 16 – 18 Years.

Keywords: Effect, Exercise, Push Up, Three Point Shooting, Basketball.

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19 Community Sport Development (CSD) ABS-26

EFFECT OF FUNDAMENTALS STAGE TRAINING PROGRAM BASED ON LONG TERM ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT (LTAD) MODEL TOWARDS BASIC SWIMMING SKILLS
Z. Arifin (a*), Asep Angga Permadi (b), Riri Agustia Pratiwi (b)

Physical Education Study Program
Faculty of Islamic Education and Teacher Training
Garut University
*z.arifin.pjkr[at]uniga.ac.id


Abstract

The purpose of the study is to find out the Effect of fundamental Stage Training Program towards Basic Swimming Skills. Pre-Experimental Designs with One-Group Pretest-Posttest Design used as the research method. The population consists of 20 students of TK IT Al-Wasilah who are 6 years old. Meanwhile, the sample of the study is taken as a whole of the population (saturated sample). Basic swimming skills test is used as the research instrument. Statistical analysis of the paired sample t test is used as the data analysis to answer the research question. The result showed that, The result showed that, there was a significant Effect of Fundamentals Stage Training Program Based on Long Term Athlete Development (Ltad) Model Towards Basic Swimming Skills

Keywords: FUNdamental Stage, Training Program, Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD), Basic Swimming Skills

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20 Community Sport Development (CSD) ABS-29

THE CORRELATION OF THE OPPONENT ERROR WITH TEAM WINS OF THE VOLLEYBALL NATIONAL TEAM PEACE CUP 2019 PARTICIPANTS
Tirto Apriyanto, Muhamad Ilham

FIO Uviversitas Negeri Jakarta


Abstract

This study aims to determine the correlation of opponent error with the team wins of the volleyball national team 2019 Peace Cup participants.
This research method will use a survey method with correlational techniques, which is a study to collect data obtained from the results of the Peace Cup friendly competition using VIS (Volleyball Information System) software. The research population is all participants of the 2019 Peace Cup match, and the sample taken is the Indonesian national team of men and women.
The research results obtained by the regression equation Y to X is = 16.332 + 1.034 X, then obtained Fcount = 4.318> Ftable = 3.52 thus reject Ho but the calculation results are significant (at α = 0.05). The coefficient of determination of opponent error with team win (rxy²) = 0.185. This also means that 18.5% of team wins (Y) are determined by opponent error (X)

Keywords: opponent error, team wins

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21 Community Sport Development (CSD) ABS-31

DECREASED LEVEL OF FATIQUE IN AEROBIC SPORTS IN THE USE OF VITAMIN C
Junaidi, Tirto Apriyanto

FIO Univesitas Negeri Jakarta


Abstract

This study aims to obtain information about reducing the level of fatigue in aerobic exercise in the use of vitamin C.
This study uses an experimental method with correlational techniques, the sample used is the FIK-UNJ coaching study program students. Sampling using a purposive sampling technique. Hypothesis testing techniques are performed using simple correlation statistical analysis techniques followed by t-test at the significance level @ = 0.05
The results of the initial test analysis and the final test of the aerobic group, obtained an average = 8.133, standard deviation = 3.662 and a mean standard error of SEMD = 0.945. These results yield tcount = 8.602. Then with degrees of freedom (df) = 15-1 at a significant level of 5%, a critical value of ttable = 1.761 was obtained. With these results it means tcount <ttable, the results of the study are significant,

Keywords: Decreased level of fatigue, aerobics, use of vitamin C

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22 Community Sport Development (CSD) ABS-33

APPLICATION OF ASSIGNMENT METHOD TOWARDS IMPROVEMENT RESULTS OF DRIBBLING LEARNING IN FOOTBALL GAMES
Rudi and Muhamad Abdul Fitri

Universitas Majalengka


Abstract

The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of applying the assignment method to improve dribbling learning outcomes in football games. This research uses an experimental method with a quantitative descriptive approach. The subjects in this study were students of class XI in Tara Tara Depok, Cirebon Regency using a total sampling technique of 22 male students.
From the results of statistical calculations using the SPSS version 21 program, the Kolmogrov-Sminov Test One-Sample test obtained significance values of 0.016 greater than 0.05, meaning that the data in this study were normally distributed. And hypothesis testing using the Paired Samples Test with a significance level of 5% obtained results 0,000 less than 0.005. Based on these results, it can be concluded that there is a significant effect on the application of the assignment method to the improvement of dribbling learning outcomes in football games.

Keywords: Assignment Method, Dribbling Learning Football

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23 Community Sport Development (CSD) ABS-38

Motor Learning of Basic Motion Through Playing Approach Model in TK Taruna Banjarmasin
Eka Purnama Indah, Endang Pratiwi

Universitas Lambung Mangkurat
Universitas Islam Kalimantan Muhammad Arsyad Al Banjari



Abstract

MOTOR LEARNING OF BASIC MOTION THROUGH PLAYING APPROACH MODEL
IN TK TARUNA BANJARMASIN

Eka Purnama Indah
Pendidikan Jasmani Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan
Universitas Lambung Mangkurat, Banjarmasin, Indonesia
eka.indah@ulm.ac.id

Endang Pratiwi
Pendidikan Olahraga
Universitas Islam Kalimantan Muhammad Arsyad Al Banjari, Banjarmasin, Indonesia
pratiwiendang4@gmail.com


Abstract

The general objective of this research is to improve student learning outcomes through playing approach model in terms of the basic motion (walking, running and jumping) for third-grade students of TK Taruna Banjarmasin. Beside, this study was conducted to get further information about the application of the learning model with a playing approach model on physical education. The method of study was action research the subjects of this study were 12 student of grade III of TK Taruna Banjarmasin.
This study was conducted with there sessions consisted of two cycles, each cycle consited of by 3 sessions, the first cycle is done by actions deliver results to students, the result is the value of the average student in the learning of basic motion (walking, run and jump) 60.55 or 63%. The second cycle is done the action of the reflection cycle 1 provides the results to the students as they plan and learning model, the result is an average of 78.02 or 78% of students completed because it reached even beyond mastery learning standard that has been set. Based on the results of this study it can be concluded that: (1) the playing approach model for the basic motion (walk, run and jump) improves student learning outcomes, (2) the playing approach model motivates students to be active in the learning process.

Keywords: Motor Learning, Playing Approach Model, Basic Motion

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24 Community Sport Development (CSD) ABS-40

The Effect of Shadow 8 Training On Agility In Badminton Players Pb. Mustika Banjarbaru Ages 12-15 Years
Taufiq Rahman

ULM


Abstract

Abstract— This study aims to determine the effect of shadow eight training on agility in PB badminton players. Mustika Banjarbaru Ages 12-15 Years. The research method used was a pre-experiment design method. The population in this study were all PB badminton players. Mustika Banjarbaru Ages 12-15 years are totaling ten people, while the sample in this study as many as ten people with sampling techniques using total sampling techniques. The results showed that the pretest agility data on PB badminton players. Mustika Banjarbaru Age 12-15 years obtained an average = 7.1850 seconds with a standard deviation = 0.50423. In the posttest agility data on PB badminton players. Mustika Banjarbaru Age 12-15 years obtained an average = 6.7500 seconds with a standard deviation = 0.44850. T-test results obtained obtained t-count = 8,184> t-table (9; 0,025) = 2,262, with Sig. (2-tailed) = 0,000; it turns out that Sig. (2-tailed) <0.05 thus the t-count is significant. The conclusion is that there is an effect of 8 shadow training on agility in PB badminton players. Mustika Banjarbaru Age 12-15.

Keywords: Keywords: Effect, Exercise, Shadow 8, Agility, Badminton.

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25 Community Sport Development (CSD) ABS-41

The Effect of Plyometric Double Leg Speed Hop Exercise on Explosive Muscle In Players Volleyball Banjarbaru City
Suadmaji

ULM


Abstract

— Banjarbaru City volleyball players have smash and block jumping abilities that are still low, so researchers believe that Banjarbaru City volleyball players have poor leg muscle explosive power. This study aims to determine the effect of double leg speed hop plyometric exercises on leg muscle explosive power in volleyball players in Banjarbaru City. The research method used is the method of pre-experiment design, with data collection techniques carried out through initial tests, giving treatment as many as 18 meetings and final tests. The population in this study were all male volleyball players in Banjarbaru City totaling 12 people, while the sample in this study were 12 people with sampling techniques using saturated sampling techniques. The results showed that the pretest data of leg muscle explosive power obtained an average = 55.75 cm with a standard deviation = 8.614. In the posttest data the leg muscle explosive power obtained an average = 59.67 with a standard deviation = 8.988. The analysis results obtained tcount = 15.07> ttable = 2.201, with Sig. (2-tailed) = 0,000; it turns out that Sig. (2-tailed) <0.05 thus the tcount is significant. The conclusion is that there is an effect of double leg speed hop plyometric training on leg muscle explosive power in Banjarbaru City volleyball players.

Keywords: Training, Plyometric, Double Leg Speed Hop, Explosion Power, Leg Muscles, Volleyball

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26 Community Sport Development (CSD) ABS-42

The Effect of Interval Training on Speed of Run 40 Meters on Students at SDN 3 Tebing Siring of Tanah Laut District
suparlan

ULM


Abstract

Tebing Siring SDN 3 students have a low ability to run, so the researchers concluded that Tebing Siring 3 SDN students have yet to have a good running speed. This study aims to determine the effect of interval training on the running speed of 40 meters in Tebing Siring 3 Elementary School students in Tanah Laut Regency. The research method used is the pre-experiment design method, with data collection techniques carried out through the initial test, giving treatment as many as 16 meetings and the final test. The population in this study were all students of SDN Tebing Siring 3, Tanah Laut Regency, class IV and V, amounting to 42 people, while the sample in this study were 20 people with a sampling technique using purposive sampling technique. The results showed that the pretest data running speed of 40 meters obtained an average = 7.1195 seconds with a standard deviation = 0.32830. In the posttest data 40 meters running speed obtained an average = 6.8730 with a standard deviation = 0.33106. The analysis results obtained tcount = 9,487> ttable (19: 0,025) = 2,093, with Sig. (2-tailed) = 0,000; it turns out that Sig. (2-tailed) <0.05 thus the tcount is significant. The conclusion is that there is an influence of interval training on the running speed of 40 meters on Tebing Siring 3 Elementary School students in Tanah Laut Regency.

Keywords: Training, Intervals, Speed, Running

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27 Community Sport Development (CSD) ABS-43

The Effect of Eye-Hand Coordination Training On Accuracy of Servis in Volleyball Players of Senior High School 1 Angsana Tanah Bumbu District
H. Ngadiyana

ULM


Abstract

This study aims to determine the effect of hand-eye coordination exercises on the accuracy of top service for volleyball players at SMAN 1 Angsana, Tanah Bumbu Regency. The research method used is the pre-experiment design method. The population in this study were all male volleyball players in SMA Negeri 1 Angsana totaling 24 male and 16 female. While the samples in this study were 24 people, which were divided into two groups: the treatment group was 12 people and the control group was 12 people. With sampling techniques using saturated sampling techniques. The results showed that the pretest data on the service accuracy of the volleyball players at SMAN 1 Angsana, Tanah Bumbu Regency, obtained an average of 11.83 with a standard deviation = 5.540. In the posttets data on service accuracy on volleyball players of SMAN 1 Angsana, Tanah Bumbu Regency, the average is 21.17 with a standard deviation = 7.445. While obtained tcount = 6.642> ttable (11; 0.025) = 2.201, with Sig. (2-tailed) = 0,000; it turns out that Sig. (2-tailed) <0.05 thus the tcount is significant. The conclusion is that there is an influence of hand-eye coordination exercises on the accuracy of top service for volleyball players at SMAN 1 Angsana, Tanah Bumbu Regency.

Keywords: Training, Coordination, Eyes, Hands, Accuracy, Upper Service, Volleyball Introduction

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28 Community Sport Development (CSD) ABS-45

The Effect of 3-Point 5-Post Shooting Drills Training on The 3-Point Shooting Success In Basket Player Junior High School 1 Banjarbaru
Taufik Hidayat

Universitas Lambung Mangkurat


Abstract

The basketball player of SMPN 1 Banjarbaru has 3-point shooting capability which is still low, so the researchers are of the opinion that the volleyball player of Banjarbaru City has a 3-point shooting that is not good. This study aims to determine the effect of 3-point 5-post shooting drills training on the success of 3-point shooting in basketball players of SMPN 1 Banjarbaru. The research method used is the method of pre-experiment design, with data collection techniques carried out through initial tests, providing treatment as many as 24 meetings and final tests. The population in this study were students who took basketball extracurricular at SMPN 1 Banjarbaru, totaling 30 people, while the sample in this study were 20 people with a sampling technique using purposive sampling technique. The results showed that the initial test data on the success of 3-point shooting obtained an average = 2.70 with a standard deviation = 1.418. In the final test data the success of 3-point shooting obtained an average = 6.00 with a standard deviation = 1.747. The analysis results obtained tcount = 15.983> ttable = 2.201, with Sig. (2-tailed) = 0,000; it turns out that Sig. (2-tailed) <0.05 thus the tcount is significant. The conclusion is that there is an effect of 3-point shooting drills 3-point training on the success of 3-point shooting for basketball players of SMPN 1 Banjarbaru.

Keywords: Training, 3-point 5-post shooting drill’s, 3-point shooting, basketball

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29 Community Sport Development (CSD) ABS-46

Comparative Study on Memory Quality of Women Who Actively Exercise and Women Who Do Not Actively Exercise
Ayla Maulida

Lambung Mangkurat University


Abstract

This research was intended to find out the quality and difference of the memory of women who actively exercise and the memory of women who do not actively exercise. The research method employed was ex post facto method. The population of this resaerch were participants of two aerobic studios in Banjarbaru City surveyed, numbering 55 people, all of whom were invited to participate in the preliminary study in the form of a fitness test aimed to determine those who fit to be the samples of group A, which consisted of women who actively exercised, and those who fit to be the samples of group B, which consisted of women who did not actively exercise. In the preliminary study, there were 44 people who were willing to participate and after the test was conducted, 11 people were considered to meet the standard criteria to be samples of group A; thus, the number of samples in group B was decided to be 11 as well. The sampling technique employed was purposive sampling. The results of the research show that there was a difference in memory quality between women who actively exercised and that of women who did not actively exercise, consistent with the criteria of the test with t0(calculated) value of 2,123 > ttable(20) = 1.72, andp-value of 0.046 < 0.05. The mean of both groups, which was 0.727, is shown in the Mean Difference Column. It can be concluded there is a difference in the memory quality between women who actively exercise and women who do not actively exercise, where the memory of women who actively exercise is better than the memory of women who do not actively exercise

Keywords: Comparative, Exercise, Memory, Woman.

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30 Community Sport Development (CSD) ABS-47

The Effect Of Knee Tuck Jump Plyometrics Training On Dollyo Chagi Athlete Taekwondo Banjarbaru City
Fakhruddin

Lambung Mangkurat University


Abstract

This study aims to figure out the effect of plyometrics knee tuck jump exercise towards dollyo chagi kick speed of junior Taekwondo athletes at Banjarbaru City. The method of this study is pre-experiment design. The population is all junior taekwondo athletes at Banjarbaru City, they are 12 athletes and become the sample of this study through sampling jenuh technique. The results shows that on pre test dollyo chagi kick speed of junior taekwondo athletes at Banjarbaru City is at the average 19,75 times with standard deviation = 2,094. On post test dollyo chagi kick on junior taekwondo athletes at Banjarbaru City is at the average 22,25 time with standard deviation 1,485. Whereas tcount = 6,966> ttabel(11;0,025) = 2,201or with sig. (2-tailed) = 0,000, it is find out that sig. (2-tailed) = 0.000 <0.05 so tcount is significant. The conclusion is that there is effect of plyometrics knee tuck jump exercise towards dollyo chagi kick speed of junior taekwondo athletes at Banjarbaru City.

Keywords: Effect, plyometrics, knee tuck jump, speed, dollyo chagi, kick taekwondo.

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