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Speech Wars: Follow the Candidates' Words - 0 views

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    Weclome to SpeechWars, a great way to see what the candidates are saying. Simply type in a word, click "Go", and SpeechWars shows you how often the candidates used the word in their speeches. You can also compare two words by using both text boxes.

    The United States Library of Congress has selected SpeechWars for inclusion in its official historic collections of Internet materials related to Election 2008. The United States Library of Congress preserves the Nation's cultural artifacts and provides enduring access to them. The Library's traditional functions, acquiring, cataloging, preserving and serving collection materials of historical importance to the Congress and to the American people to foster education and scholarship extend to digital materials, including Web sites. The Library will make this collection available to researchers. The Library's vision is to preserve these Web materials about Election 2008, and to permit researchers from across the world to access them.

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Principal's Strategy in Improving Teacher Performance| Jurnal Prajaiswara - 0 views

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    ABSTRACT Introduction/Main Objectives: This study aims to determine the principal's strategy in improving teacher performance and the supporting and inhibiting factors of principals in improving teacher performance in educational institutions. Background Problems: indicators of problems in academic institutions such as the rare collection of lesson plans (RPP) in carrying out the teaching and learning process and teachers who lack discipline in punctuality in arriving and opening lessons and ending lessons. Novelty: Principal strategy concept in improving teacher performance in educational institutions. Research Methods: The type of field research means that the researchers used a qualitative method in which the data were in the form of words (not numbers) derived from data collection techniques, namely interviews, observation, and documentation. Finding/Results: The data analysis technique used is data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion drawing. Conclusion: The results of the research on the principal's strategy to improve teacher performance by 1) fostering teacher performance in seminars and training, 2) supervision or supervision of performance in the form of class visits every week and once a month, 3) fostering discipline of education staff by supervising the presence of teachers directly, 4 ) provide motivation 5) award. Supporting factors for principals to improve teacher performance are 1) completeness of facilities and infrastructure and 2) teacher enthusiasm to improve teaching performance. While the inhibiting factors are: 1) the lack of discipline of the teacher, 2) the mastery of the material and references, causing the teacher to be less mature in teaching preparation.
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Strengthening the Role of Widyaiswara in Improving the Quality of Human Resources Towar... - 0 views

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    ABSTRACT Widyaiswara occupied an important role in forming quality ASN including in realizing the Smart ASN 4.0 concept. Smart ASN who have the ability to master technology will push the Indonesian government system into a bureaucracy that is in line with the spirit of the industrial revolution 4.0. All types of public services can be implemented on a digital basis and integrated in such a way that public services become more optimal. Widyaiswara as one of the elements in the development of electronic-based civil servant competencies is required to have the ability to prepare needs at every stage of the training process. The training stage is the implementation of training and education and training evaluation and development. Digital competence is needed by widyaiswara to compile materials that will be used in e-learning at that stage. The role of widyaiswara must exist starting from planning, content creation and evaluation to ensure learning objectives are achieved.
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Competence of Prospective Science Teachers in Reflecting on Science Teaching and Learni... - 0 views

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    ABSTRACT Introduction/Main Objectives: This study aims to reveal the competence of prospective science teachers in reflecting on science teaching and learning activities at SMP/MTs. Background Problems: The ability to reflect on students' behaviour, providing an overview of the knowledge of prospective teachers to prepare a series of activities, methods or learning models that help students get a pleasant learning experience. Novelty: Observations and reflections use observation and reflection sheets which include the following components: (1) Activities carried out by students in gaining knowledge; (2) the efforts of students to understand the learning material; (3) the activities of students in communicating the results of their thoughts; and (4) reflective thinking skills of students. Research Methods: The type of survey research with the subject is 21 prospective science teachers who take internship course two at the Tadris IPA study program IAIN Bengkulu. The activity design provides opportunities for future teachers to observe and reflect on learning activities at several schools in Bengkulu City. Finding/Results: The results of this reflection are given a quality score and categorized under conditions of (1) Very Good; (2) Good; (3) Fairly Good; and (4) Not Good. The results showed that the competence of prospective science teachers in reflecting on students' learning activities in science subjects was in the excellent category. Conclusion: The ability of future science teachers who are very good at remembering students' learning activities has implications for the ability to prepare appropriate learning activities for students so that they can provide a fun learning for students.
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Cultivating the Organizational Cultural Values of Jambi Province Human Resources Develo... - 0 views

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    ABSTRACT This research is a type of qualitative research on organizational culture (organization culture) that was developed in the Human Resources Development Agency (BPSDM) Jambi Province. Organizational culture (organization culture) is an important concept in the organization. An in-depth understanding of this concept is important given the interrelationship between the concept and the application of the two things. Incorrect understanding of the concept can make it difficult for regulators/regulators, practitioners, and management in communicating about organizational culture. Based on this study, the writer finally tries to come up with a general picture of the application of organizational culture in the Jambi Province Human Resources Development Agency. The results of the study show that organizational culture has been believed to be basic values, norms, and beliefs, and is spread among all members of the organization through social interaction both among members or members of the organization, which is reflected in the behavior of individuals and their organizations. So that in carrying out the task of promoting professionalism, responsibility, integrity, cooperation, and being disciplined in accordance with applicable rules.
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Factors Affecting Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) in Jambi Province Governmen... - 0 views

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    ABSTRACT This study aimed to examine the Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) of employees and the factors that influence it. The sample in this study was 120 employees of the Jambi Provincial Government. The data collection method used a questionnaire and was analyzed using verification analysis. The analytical tool in this study used Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA). The results of this study explain that OCB can be influenced by internal factors, namely job satisfaction, organizational commitment, employee morale, and work motivation, and external factors, namely leadership style and corporate culture, the highest and most influential factors in employee job satisfaction.
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Transformational Leaders in Handling Organizational Conflict| Jurnal Prajaiswara - 0 views

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    ABSTRACT This paper aims to describe (1) understanding of transformational leadership, (2) conflicts that affect organizational development (3) the role of transformational leaders in resolving conflicts. The discussion of the problem in this paper is carried out using a qualitative approach with a deductive method, namely discussing the problem to be studied by writing down the discussion described in general and then drawing a specific conclusion. The results of the discussion explained that; (1) Transformational leadership is a leadership style that transforms the values ​​of members personally so that they can be used as supporters or supporters of the vision and goals to be achieved by the organization being run. Leaders with this leadership style can make their subordinates or followers see the organizational goals to be achieved clearly so that they can eliminate their personal interests under the organization's interests. (2) Conflict is a serious problem that can harm an organization. Although conflicts can be beneficial and detrimental, adverse conflicts can hinder the pace of organizational development, ultimately leading to a decline in the organization. (3) The role of a leader in resolving conflicts can be done in various ways, including if the conflict occurs because it arises from within itself,h can unsettle the people associated with it.
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Importance of Organizational Culture and Leadership on Employee Performance| Jurnal Pra... - 0 views

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    ABSTRACT Human resources are crucial in achieving their goals in large and small-scale organizations. Human resources who have a high work culture and good leadership will produce quality employee performance which will ultimately optimize the purposes of an organization/company. This study aimed to determine the effect of organizational culture and leadership on employee performance in the BPSDM Provinsi Jambi Regency. The results of this study indicate that organizational culture and leadership simultaneously significantly affect employee performance, with an F count of 120.444. and a significance level of 0,000. Organizational culture has a positive and significant effect on the performance of BPSDM Provinsi Jambi Regency employees, with a t count of 12,016 and a significance level of 0,000. While leadership influences the performance of employees, the effect is small with a t count of 1.994 with a significance level of 0.05.
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Basic Training Group III Patterns in the Network (Online): Perceptions of Participant S... - 0 views

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    ABSTRACT This study aims to determine how the success rate of implementing the online pattern latsar compared to the facial pattern latsar that has been done so far. Measurement of the effectiveness/success rate of latsar is done by evaluating using the Kirkpatrick reaction level and learning level approach. This study uses a mixed mix approach of quantitative and qualitative. Data were collected by filling out questionnaires and secondary data studies. Subjects for this study were participants of CPNS Class III Batch I Tanjung Jabung Barat Regency 2020. The informants in this study were 40 (forty) participants and the organizing committee at BKPSDM, Tanjung Jabung Barat Regency. The data analysis technique was carried out by using qualitative data that was converted into quantitative data, data classification, formulating research results, and analyzing research results. The results of the research on the reaction level showed that 71.95% of Latsar participants showed a "very satisfied reaction" in the implementation of online latsar, and 22.79% of Latsar participants showed " satisfied " reactions and only 5.85% of participants showed reactions "quite satisfied". If analyzed per indicator, out of the 7 (seven) level reaction indicators that have been determined, there are 4 indicators that indicate the level of reaction of participants who are "very satisfied" which is above 60%, namely the benefits of increasing participant competence, teacher performance, discussion topics and teacher competence. One indicator that needs attention is the convenience of the training location because the level of reaction of participants who stated "very satisfied" was only 28.42% and 58.75% stated, "satisfied". At the learning level of the 4 assessment indicators used, the normative average score of face-to-face latsar participants is 80 (eighty), while the online latsar participants' average score is 84 (eighty-four), this shows that the level of effectiveness / the success of
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The Role of Change Leaders in Improving The Performance of Public Organizations| Jurnal... - 0 views

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    ABSTRACT In an organization, performance assessment is very important because this assessment can be used as a measure of the success of the organization within a certain period. The assessment can be used to improve or enhance the performance of the organization concerned. Government organizations are public organizations that aim to meet the needs and interests of the public, so the performance of these public organizations can only be said to be successful if they can realize their goals and mission. The success of an organization in improving its performance cannot be separated from the role of a leader, especially a change leader. A successful leader is an l leader who can mobilize aspects of input or resources, such as employees, budgets, facilities and infrastructure; information; and organizational culture. As well as those relating to the management process, planning, organizing, implementation, budgeting, supervision, and evaluation.
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