Jurnal Prajaiswara http://prajaiswara.jambiprov.go.id/index.php/file2 Jurnal Prajaiswara with registered numbers ISSN 2722-6352 (print) and ISSN 2809-6991 (online) is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal published twice a year (June and December) by Jambi Province Human Resources Development Agency/Badan Pengembangan Sumber Daya Manusia (BPSDM) Provinsi Jambi. The submitted manuscript must be original, with no plagiarism, and unpublished. All submitted manuscripts are subjected to the principle of double-blind peer review by qualified reviewers in their field. Jurnal Prajaiswara is Nationally Accredited (SINTA 6) by the Decree of the Director-General of Higher Education, Research, and Technology number 105/E/KPT/2022, April 7, 2022, from Volume 1 Number 1 of 2020 to Volume 5 Number 2 of 2024. Authors who want to submit their manuscripts to the editorial office of Jurnal Prajaiswara should obey the author guidelines and the template. The Role of Transformational Leaders in Handling Organizational Conflict Application of Pancasila as the Ethical System of the Indonesian Nation The Influence of Organizational Culture and Leadership on Employee Performance at the Human Resources Development Agency of Jambi Province Cultivating the Organizational Cultural Values of Jambi Province Human Resources Development Agency Factors Affecting Employee Performance Online Training Evaluation in Character Building of Training Participants The strategy of Leaders as Agents of Change in Improving Organizational Performance Basic Training Group III Patterns in the Network (Online): Perceptions of Participant Satisfaction and Learning Outcomes The Effectiveness of Virtual State Defense Preparedness Learning during the Covid-19 Pandemic in Increasing the Nationalism of State Civil Apparatus (ASN) in Basic Education for CPNS Group III Batch 2 in Tanjabbar Regency in 2020 Analysis of Service Quality for CPNS Basic Training Providers (LatSar) at BPSDM Jambi Province in 2019 Analysis and Development of Education and Training Management Information Systems at the Jambi Province Human Resources Development Agency Online Learning Resource Management in CPNS Basic Training Evaluation of Online Learning for the Public Ethics Training Course for CPNS Batch I, Tanjung Jabung Barat Regency 2020 Analysis of the Accuracy Level of Revenue and the Distribution Mechanism of Tax Revenue Sharing and Non-Tax Revenue Sharing for the Jambi Province Government in 2015-2019 Analysis of the Implementation of Retirement Entrepreneurship Training at the Jambi Province Human Resources Development Agency The Influence of Leadership Training on the Performance of State Civil Apparatus at Raden Mattaher Jambi General Hospital Strengthening the Understanding of Pancasila as the State Foundation to Achieve National Goals Independent Learning of the Blended Learning Model for CPNS Training Participants Implementation of Coaching in the Change Action Agenda for Supervisory Leadership Training (PKP) Participants in 2021 at the Human Resources Development Agency of Jambi Province The Challenges of Motivating Principals in Implementing New Paradigm Learning Participants' Perceptions of the Implementation of Basic Training (LAatsar) for Civil Servants with the Blended Learning Model in Batanghari Regency in 2021 Factors Affecting Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) in Jambi Province Government Employees Strengthening the Role of Widyaiswara in Improving the Quality of Human Resources Towards the Smart ASN 4.0 Concept Badan Pengembangan Sumber Daya Manusia (BPSDM) Provinsi Jambi en-US Jurnal Prajaiswara 2722-6352 Productivity of Online Learning Media in Education Management http://prajaiswara.jambiprov.go.id/index.php/file2/article/view/38 <p><strong><em>Introduction/Main Objectives</em></strong><em>:</em><em> The productivity of online learning media for implementing learning has increased intensely since the corona lockdown. This presents a challenge to improve knowledge by developing media so that students have more time to study independently during the lockdown period.</em><em>: <strong>Background Problems</strong>:</em><em> Researchers compared the productivity of various learning media such as text, video, and video-text combinations.</em><em>: <strong>Novelty</strong>: </em><em>Statistical analysis using Mann Whitney showed significant differences in knowledge retention between the text and video groups and between the video and text-video combination groups. </em><strong><em>Research Methods</em></strong><em>: </em><em>This study was conducted using a quasi-experimental post-test method by comparing participants' retention before the intervention. </em><strong><em>Finding/Results</em></strong><em>: </em><em>The study involved 60 participants who were randomly divided into three groups, text (guidebook), audiovisual (video), and text-video combination. Video and text prepared by Widyaiswara. The results showed that the average scores were 35.1 (text group), 58.1 (video group), and 85.2 (text-video combination group). </em><strong><em>Conclusion</em></strong><em>: use of multimedia can increase knowledge retention in the absorption of the material.</em></p> <p> </p> Dian Cita Sari Fahri Zalmi Akhyak Akhyak Copyright (c) 2022 Jurnal Prajaiswara https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ 2022-06-13 2022-06-13 3 1 1 8 10.55351/prajaiswara.v3i1.38 Implementation of Basic Training (Latsar) for Candidates for Civil (CPNS) Bleended Learning Pattern in Kerinci District http://prajaiswara.jambiprov.go.id/index.php/file2/article/view/37 <p><strong><em>Introduction/Main Objectives:</em></strong><em> Aims to find, study, and describe the implementation of basic training for prospective civil servants using a blended learning pattern from the aspects of communication, resources, and infrastructure. </em><strong><em>Background Problems</em></strong><em>: Find factors that become obstacles and supports in implementing basic training for prospective civil servants. (CPNS) Blended Learning pattern in Kerinci District in. <strong>Research Methods:</strong> Qualitative method, analyzing the activities of CPNS Basic Training in Kerinci Regency. Data mining is sourced from primary data and secondary data. Preliminary data in words, attitudes, or actions were obtained through interviews, and direct and indirect observations were obtained from the primary source, the organizing team, widyaiswara, and Latsar participants. Secondary data is obtained through documents, previous studies, books, meeting agendas, and those related to the problem being researched. <strong>Finding/Results:</strong> Research shows that implementing blended learning CPNS basic training in Kerinci Regency is effective. Communication and coordination of the performance of the latsar are pretty good. Human resources (organizers, teaching staff, and participants) can carry out their respective duties well. Facilities and infrastructure to support the smooth running of CPNS latsar activities, both when distance learning and classical learning, are exemplary. The output in the Latsar CPNS activity in Kerinci Regency, all participants (109 people) successfully passed. <strong>Conclusion</strong>: The internet network is not evenly distributed, so distance learning activities are less effective. Meanwhile, supporters of the smooth implementation of the Kerinci CPNS latsar include budget support, competent teaching staff (WI), and excellent cooperation.</em></p> Masfifah Masfifah Lailatul Isnaini Istikomah Istikomah Copyright (c) 2022 Jurnal Prajaiswara https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-06-22 2022-06-22 3 1 9 27 10.55351/prajaiswara.v3i1.37 Competence of Prospective Science Teachers in Reflecting on Science Teaching and Learning Activities http://prajaiswara.jambiprov.go.id/index.php/file2/article/view/40 <p><strong><em>Introduction/Main Objectives</em></strong><em>: This study aims to reveal the competence of prospective science teachers in reflecting on science teaching and learning activities at SMP/MTs. <strong>Background Problems</strong>: 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. <strong>Novelty</strong>: 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. <strong>Research Methods</strong>: 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. <strong>Finding/Results:</strong> 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. <strong>Conclusion</strong>: 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.</em></p> Nurlia Latipah Nova Asvio Muhammad Imaduddin Copyright (c) 2022 Jurnal Prajaiswara https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-06-22 2022-06-22 3 1 28 38 10.55351/prajaiswara.v3i1.40 Principal's Strategy in Improving Teacher Performance http://prajaiswara.jambiprov.go.id/index.php/file2/article/view/41 <p><strong><em>Introduction/Main Objectives</em></strong><em>: 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<strong>. </strong><strong>Background Problems</strong>: 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. <strong>Novelty</strong>:</em> <em>Principal strategy concept in improving teacher performance in educational institutions. </em><strong><em>Research Methods</em></strong><em>: 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. <strong>Finding/Results</strong>: The data analysis technique used is data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion drawing. <strong>Conclusion</strong>: 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.</em></p> Cittra Juniarni Anwar Sa’dullah Ahmad Luviadi Devi Pramitha Nikma Nikma Copyright (c) 2022 Jurnal Prajaiswara https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ 2022-06-25 2022-06-25 3 1 39 50 10.55351/prajaiswara.v3i1.41 The Relationship of Education Financing Management to Effectiveness and Efficiency in the Learning Process http://prajaiswara.jambiprov.go.id/index.php/file2/article/view/42 <p><strong><em>Introduction</em></strong><em>/<strong>Main Objectives</strong>: This study aims to analyze the relationship between education financing management and effectiveness and efficiency in the learning process. <strong>Background Problems</strong>: The issue of education financing must be an essential part of education development. Educational financing management planning in fulfilling educational facilities and infrastructure must bring about an effective and efficient nature. <strong>Novelty</strong>: This study of the literature study approach is a differentiator from the results of other people's research. <strong>Research Methods</strong>: This research was prepared using qualitative methods and a literature research approach to obtain information from various references relevant to the subject matter and the purpose of this research. <strong>Finding/Results</strong>: This study shows that financing planning is essential in realizing national education. </em><strong><em>Conclusion</em></strong><em>: </em><em>One of the supporting factors is the planning of adequate facilities and infrastructure through an effective and efficient education financing plan. The process of planning and managing the financing of educational institutions is excellent and appropriate, and it will impact the provision of school facilities and infrastructure to the maximum. Finally, the process will also significantly affect the quality of education globally.</em></p> Bashori Bashori Dwi Adinda Putri Copyright (c) 2022 Jurnal Prajaiswara https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ 2022-06-26 2022-06-26 3 1 51 64 10.55351/prajaiswara.v3i1.42 Ratio Analysis of Regional Dependence and Independence in Measuring the Regional Financial Capability of the Jambi Provincial Government http://prajaiswara.jambiprov.go.id/index.php/file2/article/view/43 <p><strong><em>Introduction</em></strong><em>/<strong>Main Objectives</strong>: </em><em>This study aims to analyze the ratio of regional dependence and independence in measuring the financial capacity of the Jambi Provincial Government for the 2016 - 2020 Fiscal Year. <strong>Background Problems</strong>: How big is the ratio of the contribution of Regional Original Revenue (PAD) to transfer funds from the center in the Jambi Provincial Government APBD in funding development financing for 2016-2020?. <strong>Research Methods</strong>: The research is quantitative using secondary data in the form of Regional Original Income and transfers funds from the Jambi Province Government Budget Realization Report for the 2016 - 2020 Fiscal Year. <strong>Finding/Results</strong>: Based on the results of the ratio analysis, the degree of financial dependence of the Jambi Provincial Government in the 2016 - 2020 fiscal year is classified as moderate, with an average overall ratio of 63.60%, meaning that the Jambi Provincial Government in carrying out development financing is still dependent on transfer funds from the center. Meanwhile, the degree of regional financial independence is also classified as moderate/participatory, with an average overall ratio of 57.13%. <strong>Conclusion</strong>: The contribution of regional Original Revenue in funding development financing cannot be entirely relied upon and still relies on transfer funds from the center.</em></p> Fathiyah Fathiyah Iskandar Nasution Bambang Niko Pasla Fahmi Rasid Muhammad Arif Copyright (c) 2022 Jurnal Prajaiswara https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ 2022-06-28 2022-06-28 3 1 65 74 10.55351/prajaiswara.v3i1.43