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WELCOME TO INDONESIAN FACULTY OF EDUCATION – DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION FORUM (FIP – JIP) IN 2019

The Faculty of Education- Department of Education (FIP-JIP) Forum is a scientific meeting forum organized by the Faculty of Education and Department of Education in Indonesia. Through this forum, leaders, lecturers, researchers, and all academics from the Faculty of Education and the Department of Education can express ideas, exchange ideas and experiences, related to the development of education science and education policies in order to contribute to solving educational issues and improving the quality of education in Indonesia. Through the forum, various scientific activities are held, both on a national and international scale that could encourage lecturers and students to give deliver and publish the results of their work, whether in the form of papers, books, research findings, or other forms.

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TIME AND PLACE

Day: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

Date: 2, 3, 4, 5 October 2019

Place:

1.State University of Malang,
Jalan Semarang 5 Malang

2.Hotel Singhasari Resort Batu 

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Minister of Research, Technology, and Higher Education

Prof. H. Mohamad Nasir , Ak , Ph.D , (born in Ngawi, June 27, 1960 ; age 58 years) is the Minister of Technology Research and Higher Education in the Work Cabinet (2014–2019). Previously he was elected Chancellor of Diponegoro University, Semarang for the 2014–2018 period until he was appointed Minister on October 26, 2014, and Professor of Behavioral Accounting and Management Accounting, Faculty of Economics and Business, Diponegoro University, Semarang, Central Java. Previously he was known as a Budget Expert and professional accountant.

Minister of Education and Culture

Prof. Dr. Muhajir Effendy, MAP (born in Madiun , East Java , July 29, 1956 ; age 62 years) is the Minister of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia in the Working Cabinet who served since July 27, 2016 replacing Anies Baswedan. In addition he also took several courses abroad including at National Defense University , Washington, DC in 1993, and at Victoria University, British Columbia, Canadain 1991. Muhadjir is currently listed as a Professor of Sociology in the Department of Education Outside the School of Education , State University of Malang . In addition, he also taught at the Postgraduate Directorate of the University of Muhammadiyah Malang in the field of Sociology.

Director General of Learning and Student Efforts, Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education

Prof. Dr. Ismunandar

Director General of Teachers and Education Personnel, Ministry of Research, Education and Culture

Dr. Supriano, M.Ed

Dean Of Faculty Of Education, Universitas Negeri Jakarta
Dr. Sofia Hartati, M.Si

Practitioner/Senior Advisor Turku University of Applied Sciences, Finland
Mr. Harri Lappalainen, M.Sc

Is a passionate competences enhancer. He has over 20 years’ extensive experience on international development project activities in several roles: project initiator, project coordinator, external evaluator and consultant. Mr. Lappalainen has profound experience in assessment and quality assurance of international development projects. He has a Master in Social Sciences degree and he holds a Certificate of Competence-Based Personal Evaluation, acknowledged by the Finnish Psychological Association.In addition to his career in universities, Mr. Lappalainen has been working 8 years as a full-time entrepreneur in Project Cycle Management consultation business and 2 years as a Senior Consultant in international Public Affairs and Communications sector. Since2011, Harri Lappalainen has actively been developing the Innovation Pedagogy learning approach in his current Senior Advisor position in the Turku University of Applied Sciences (Finland).At the moment, Mr. Lappalainen is heavily involved in several global pedagogical development projects. During recent years he has given numerous conference presentations, lectures and workshops about Innovation Pedagogy in Europe, South-East Asia and Africa.

Dean of the Attallah College of Educational Studies, Chapman University, USA
Prof. Dr. Margaret Grogan

Margaret Grogan is Dean of the Attallah College of Educational Studies, Chapman University, California. Originally from Australia, she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Ancient History and Japanese Language from the University of Queensland. She taught high school in Australia and was a teacher and an administrator at the International School of the Sacred Heart, Tokyo, where she lived for 17 years. After graduating from Washington State University with a PhD in Educational Administration, she taught educational leadership and policy at the University of Virginia and at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Among the various leadership positions she has held at her institutions and professional organizations, she served as Dean of the School of Educational Studies at Claremont Graduate University from 2008-2012, Chair of the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis at the University of Missouri-Columbia, 2002-2008, and President of the University Council for Educational Administration in 2003/2004. A frequent keynote speaker, she has also published many articles and chapters and has authored, co-authored, or edited six books including Women and Educational Leadership (with Charol Shakeshaft, 2011). Her current research focuses on women in leadership, gender and education, the moral and ethical dimensions of leadership, and leadership for social justice.

Dean of Faculty of Education, University Malaya, Malaysia
Prof. Dr. Rohaida Binti Mohd.

Rohaida Mohd. is the dean and also a professor of the Faculty of Education, Department of Mathematics and Science Education, Faculty of Education, University of Malaya, and she is currently the dean at the faculty. Prior joining University of Malaya, she has served as an Assistant Director at Curriculum Development Centre, Ministry of Education, Malaysia between 1988 to 1997. She received her Bachelor Degree and Master degree from Indiana University, USA and PhD degree from Universiti Putra Malaysia. Her area of specialization and research is in science education, teacher education, curriculum development, and qualitative research methodology. She has headed several researches, particularly in the area of science education funded by various agencies. She has authored and co-authored several books, articles and research reports in the area of science education and education in general. She has also served as an Advisory Committee Member for the Stepping into Science International Quarterly, Editorial Board Member of Eurasia Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, European Journal of STEM Education and Journal of Science and Mathematics in Southeast Asia. She is a trained auditor and she also serves as ASEAN University Network (AUN) academic programme assessor.

THEME

2019 FIP-JIP THEME

Reorientation of Education in the Era of Industrial
Revolution 4.0 in Nation Development.

SUB THEMES

  • Reorientation of Guidance and Counseling in the Era of Industrial Revolution 4.0.
  • Reorientation of Management, Leadership, and Educational Supervision in the Era of Industrial Revolution 4.0.
  • Reorientation of Special Education in the Era of Industrial Revolution 4.0.
  • Reorientation of Non Formal Education in the Era of the Industrial Revolution 4.0.
  • Reorientation of Curriculum and Educational Technology in the Era of Industrial Revolution 4.0.
  • Reorientation of Primary School Teacher Education in the Era of Industrial Revolution 4.0.
  • Reorientation of Early Childhood Education in the Era of Industrial Revolution 4.0.
  • Reorientation of Psychological Education in the Era of Industrial Revolution 4.0.

TOPIC OF THE PAPERS

Department of Guidance and Counseling / Psychology

The sub-theme of the Guidance and Counseling Study Program is: “Reorientation of Guidance and Counseling in the Era of Industrial Revolution 4.0” Consisting of topics:

  1. Guidance and counseling issues
    and strategies in the context of the 4.0 industrial revolution.
  2. Values and techniques of local
    wisdom-based guidance and counseling in the context of 4.0 industrial
    revolution.
  3. Anatomical complexity of
    problematic counselees in the millennial era.
  4. Innovative and creative
    guidance and counseling media for millennial generations in the era of
    industrial revolution 4.0.
  5. Variety of models and
    implementation of guidance and counseling assessment in the context of 4.0
    industrial revolution.
  6. Problems with the
    implementation of guidance and counseling towards the millennial generation.
  7. Use of information and
    communication technology in guidance and counseling.

Educational Administration / Management Study Program

The sub-theme of the Department of Educational Administration is: “Reorientation of Management, Leadership, and Educational Supervision in the Era of Industrial Revolution 4.0”.Consisting of topics:

  1. Acceleration of improving education quality in the era of industrial revolution 4.0.
  2. Strengthening educational innovation in the era of industrial revolution 4.0.
  3. Integration of education management information systems in the era of industrial revolution 4.0.
  4. Developing creativity of management system in the era of industrial revolution 4.0.
  5. Developing leadership in the era of industrial revolution 4.0.
  6. Developing educational supervision in the era of industrial revolution 4.0.
  7. Redesigning technology-based educational institutions governance in the era of industrial revolution 4.0.
  8. Design and develop the coaching and strengthening of educators and education staff in the era of industrial revolution 4.0.
  9. Challenges and leadership strategies in the era of industrial revolution 4.0.
  10. Reorientation of education policy in the era of industrial revolution 4.0.
  11. The role of library and information science in education in the era of technology and information.
  12. Developing digital library in the era of industrial revolution 4.0.
  13. The role of documentation and archives in education in the era of technology and information
  14. Use of information and communication technology in management/ administration education.

Department of Special Education (Special Education)

The sub-theme of the Department of Special Education is: “Reorientation of Special Education in the Era of the Industrial Revolution 4.0”. Consisting of topics:

  1. Curriculum and learning for
    children with special needs.
  2. Learning strategies for
    teachers of children with special needs.
  3. Assessment and intervention of
    children with special needs.
  4. Use of information technology
    in the learning of children with special needs.
  5. Development of life skills
    education for children with special needs.
  6. Implementation of inclusive
    education.
  7. Guidance and counseling for
    children with special needs.
  8. Strengthening the character of
    children with special needs.
  9. Use of information and
    communication technology in special education.

Department of Non Formal Education

The sub-theme of the Department of Non Formal Education is: “Reorientation of Non Formal Education in the Era of Industrial Revolution 4.0” Consisting of topics:

  1. Strengthening professional
    organizations of non-formal education in development in the era of industrial
    revolution 4.0.
  2. Development of partnerships in
    supporting the actualization of non-formal education in the era of industrial
    revolution 4.0.
  3. Diversifying the learning
    strategies for non-formal education in the era of industrial revolution 4.0.
  4. Actualization of non-formal
    education in the perspective of community empowerment in the era of industrial
    revolution 4.0.
  5. Actualization of non-formal
    education in the perspective of family education in the era of industrial
    revolution 4.0.
  6. Actualization of non-formal
    education in training and course perspectives in the era of industrial
    revolution 4.0.
  7. Use of information and
    communication technology in non-formal education / community education.

Department of Curriculum and Educational Technology

The sub-theme of the Department of Educational Technology is: “Curriculum and Educational Technology Reorientation in the Era of Industrial Revolution 4.0”.Consisting of topics:

  1. Learning innovation in the
    digital era.
  2. Effective technology in class /
    school.
  3. The design model and
    implementation of learning technology in the digital age.
  4. Character development in the
    era of industrial revolution 4.0.
  5. Technology and literacy in the
    era of industrial revolution 4.0.
  6. Blended learning in the era
    of industrial revolution 4.0.
  7. Strengthening the ethics of
    using information technology in the millennial generation.
  8. Development and application of
    information and communication technology in the implementation of education and
    learning.

Department of Primary School Teacher Education

The sub-theme of the Department of Primary School Teacher Education is: “Reorientation of Primary School Teacher Education in the Era of Industrial Revolution 4.0”. Consisting of topics:

  1. Policies and practices of
    primary school education in the era of industrial revolution 4.0.
  2. School-based management at the
    level of basic education in the era of industrial revolution 4.0.
  3. Development of cognition and
    creativity of elementary education students in the era of industrial revolution
    4.0.
  4. Implementation of moral and
    citizenship education in elementary school students in the era of industrial
    revolution 4.0.
  5. Innovative learning models in
    elementary school.
  6. Development of information and
    communication technology-based learning media in elementary schools.
  7. Evaluation and assessment
    system for learning in elementary schools.
  8. Teacher and education staff
    profession at the elementary school level.
  9. Use of information and
    communication technology in basic education.

Department of Early Childhood Education

The sub-theme of the Department of Early Childhood Education Study Program is: “Reorientation of Early Childhood Education in the Era of Industrial Revolution 4.0”. Consisting of topics:

  1. Development, challenges and
    problems in early childhood education in the era of industrial revolution 4.0.
  2. Innovation and educational
    standardization of globally-minded Early Childhood Education teachers in the
    face of the industrial revolution 4.0 era.
  3. Profile of great teachers in
    the disruptive era.
  4. Actualization of digital-based
    child-teacher-parent relationship patterns in the era of industrial revolution
    4.0.
  5. Development of teacher and
    millennial generation competencies in the era of industrial revolution 4.0.
  6. The era of disruption and
    challenges for department of Early Childhood Education Teacher Education in
    Indonesia.
  7. Open ended playing actualization
    to trigger higher order thinking skills in early childhood.
  8. Development and actualization
    of HOTS-based learning models to form competitive intelligent people in the era
    of industrial revolution 4.0.
  9. Challenges and actualization of
    character education in early childhood in the era of industrial revolution 4.0.
  10. The actualization of management
    of edupreneurship -based Early Childhood Education institutions in the
    era of industrial revolution 4.0.
  11. Development of plenary services
    at early childhood education institutions through fostering national and global
    standardization.
  12. Synchronizing Early Childhood
    Education and Early Childhood Education Teacher Education curriculum in
    preparing 21st century PAUD teachers.
  13. Challenges and problems of art
    education for early childhood in the era of industrial revolution 4.0.
  14. Actualization of national
    values on character education for early generations of alpha generation
    in the era of industrial revolution 4.0.
  15. The art of educating early
    childhood in the digital age.
  16. Actualization of plural
    intelligence-based learning in developing attitudes, knowledge and skills of
    early childhood in the era of industrial revolution 4.0.
  17. Development of the personal
    potential of early childhood based on Indonesian culture towards equality with
    world civilization.
  18. Use of information and communication technology in early childhood education.

VENUE AND HOTEL

FIP-JIP 2019

Singhasari Resort, Batu
33,8 km from Abdulrachman Saleh Airport (1 h, 1 min, Some traffic, as usual)
85, 7 km from Juanda International Airport ( 2 h, 46 min, Some traffic, as usual)
12 km from Universitas Negeri Malang (29 min, Some traffic, as usual)

OLYMPIAD 2019

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VENUE AND HOTEL

FIP-JIP 2019

Singhasari Resort, Batu
33,8 km from Abdulrachman Saleh Airport (1 h, 1 min, Some traffic, as usual)
85, 7 km from Juanda International Airport ( 2 h, 46 min, Some traffic, as usual)
12 km from Universitas Negeri Malang (29 min, Some traffic, as usual)

OLYMPIAD 2019

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