Widodo Winarso

@info.syekhnurjati.ac.id

Mathematics Education
IAIN Syekh Nurjati Cirebon



                 

https://researchid.co/widodo13

Associate Professor of Mathematics Education, IAIN Syekh Nurjati Cirebon

EDUCATION

Doctoral program of Islamic education psychology, Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta: Yogyakarta, Indonesia

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Educational Psychology, Mathematical psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Organizational Behavior, Interdisciplinary Research

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Scopus Publications

1312

Scholar Citations

21

Scholar h-index

33

Scholar i10-index

Scopus Publications

  • Religiosity-based psychoeducational intervention for academic procrastination based on the Big Five personality traits among college students
    Widodo Winarso, Tamsik Udin, and Asep Mulyana

    Conscientia Beam
    The purpose of this study was to examine the effectiveness of a religiosity-based psychoeducation program in reducing academic procrastination among students, based on the Big Five personality traits. The study utilized a one-group pretest-posttest design to analyze the impact of the religiosity-based psychoeducation program on academic procrastination. The academic procrastination questionnaire and the Big Five personality traits scale were used for data collection. Data analysis was conducted using Dependent sample t-test and two-way ANOVA to determine the differences in the level of reduction in academic procrastination based on personality traits. The study found that the application of the religiosity-based psychoeducation program was effective in reducing academic procrastination among students, with significant decreases observed in both State Islamic and Private Universities. Additionally, differences were observed in the level of reduction in academic procrastination based on the Big Five personality traits, with extraversion and neuroticism decreasing drastically compared to the other three traits. Religiosity-based psychoeducation programs can be an effective approach in reducing academic procrastination among students, especially when combined with lectures or religious activities on campus/institutions. The findings of this study suggest that addressing procrastination based on personality traits can improve the effectiveness of interventions aimed at reducing academic procrastination. This study has practical implications for educators and academic institutions seeking to address academic procrastination among students. By tailoring interventions to address personality traits and incorporating religiosity-based psychoeducation programs, educators can effectively reduce academic procrastination among students.

  • Neuro Linguistic Programming for Academic Cheating in Mathematics Classes
    Faiz Fatihul ’Alwan and Widodo Winarso

    AIP Publishing

  • The Benefit of Using a Psychoeducation Program Integrated with Quranic Values to Mathematics Anxiety Among Students
    Widodo Winarso, Asmadi Alsa, and Akif Khilmiyah

    Richtmann Publishing
    An innovative approach to education should be provided in Mathematics learning activities to battle anxiety. However, studies on handling mathematical anxiety problems through psychoeducational programs have not been conducted. This study aims to analyze the benefits of implementing a psychoeducational program that integrates Qur’anic values on students’ mathematics anxiety. The quasi-experimental research was applied to junior high schools in Indonesia, consisting of experimental and control groups. Furthermore, the mathematical anxiety scale was used as a data collection technique, while the Kruskal-Wallis Test was used for analysis. The results showed that the application of psychoeducational programs is beneficial in reducing students’ mathematics anxiety levels. Therefore, psychoeducation programs integrated with Quranic values are recommended for mathematics learning activities. The application is suitable for various groups of students. However, initial training is needed for teachers to have a level of mastery of scientific integration (Islam), hence the application of the programs can run well.
  
 Received: 8 August 2022 / Accepted: 5 October 2022 / Published: 5 November 2022

  • A Skill Application Model to Improve Teacher Competence and Professionalism
    Farihin, Suteja, Suteja Suteja, Muslihudin Muslihudin, Aris Aris, Arif Abdul, and Widodo Winarso

    Eurasian Society of Educational Research
    <p>Teacher professionalism is needed for quality education. The current practice for increasing teacher professionalism is to use skill applications. However, the implementation of skill applications has, in fact, not succeeded in significantly increasing teacher professionalism. This study aims to explain the importance of an effective skill application model coupled with a comprehensive approach to raise the level of teacher competence. This study is qualitative with its data derived from observations, interviews, and questionnaires. The paper's research findings show that existing programs are not sufficiently enhancing teacher competencies and professionalism. Various teacher professional development activities are conducted; however, there has been no continuous post-activity follow-up. These professional development activities tend only to fulfill the administrative requirements for teacher promotion. What is needed is a comprehensive and continuous teacher professionalism assessment model, which is underpinned by a system of mentoring. This study has implications for evaluating the teacher's professional competencies. More comprehensive skill applications need to be formulated as part of an integrated, sustainable, and mentoring [terpadu, sustainable, pendampingan-TSP] approach to develop teacher professionalism significantly.</p>

  • A Traditional Game-Based Parenting Model as a Cultural-Inheritance Medium in Early Childhood Education
    Suteja Suteja, Saifuddin Saifuddin, Farihin Farihin, Aris Aris, and Widodo Winarso

    Society for Research and Knowledge Management
    Education related to parenting must be provided for parents to have a broad perspective in preparing a child's education. The use of traditional games in parenting can be developed to apply and preserve the local values and norms in the next generation from an early age. Based on traditional games, a parenting model is also an effort to transmit good and wise local culture to pre-school children. This research offers a parenting model based on the traditional games relevant to pre-school child education (PAUD – Pendidikan Anak Usia Dini). This type of research comprises Research and Development, which references ADDIE (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation). After the parenting model has been designed, this model subsequently goes through a validation phase with parenting-model subject-matter experts and design experts, in order to elicit suggestions for improvement until this model can be stated as suitable to be categorized as 'good'. After the validation and revision phases, the researchers conducted a trial, in order to understand student perceptions when using the model. A parenting model based on traditional games can be expected to instil an awareness of the importance of local culture, and as an effort to make best use of a child’s formative years, which is seldom done. Parenting, based on traditional games, is of no less interest than other parenting models. The parenting model developed in this research contributes to the development of teaching material for pre-school children's education.

  • Where exactly for enhance critical and creative thinking: The use of problem posing or contextual learning
    Toheri, Widodo, Widodo Winarso*, and Arif Abdul

    Eurasian Society of Educational Research
    <p style="text-align: justify;">Learning models that can improve critical thinking, skills collaborate, communicate, and creative thinking are needed in the 21st-century education era. Critical and creative thinking are the two essential competencies of the four skills required in the 21st century. However, both are still difficult to achieve well by students due to a lack of thinking skills during mathematics learning. This study was conducted to determine the model of learning that is appropriate to develop students' critical and creative thinking skills. The study used three-class samples from eighth grade. The first class is given the problem-posing lesson; the second class is given contextual learning and third class as a control class. The results of the study indicate that improving students' critical and creative thinking skills are included in the moderate category for types using contextual learning and problem-posing. Also, it is found that contextual learning is more effective for improving critical thinking skills when compared with learning problem posing and expository learning. Meanwhile, learning problem posing is more useful to enhance creative thinking skills compared with contextual and expository learning.</p>

  • Development of mathematics teaching device integrated with quranic values: Issues, challenges, and implementation model
    Widodo Winarso and Sirojudin Wahid

    Society for Research and Knowledge Management
    The aim of the study was to explore teacher students’ experiences of self-regulated learning and the teaching-learning environment during a course following the Flipped Classroom approach. Theoretical perspectives include self-regulated learning and motivation, especially in terms of the fore-thought phase in which the students set goals for their studying and learning processes, and monitoring. Goals are approached, in addition to the immediate study context, from more general perspectives of teacher education preferences. This study consists of two parts. In Study 1, 156 Finnish teacher students responded in the initial survey and 144 students responded to the final survey. Altogether, 89 students responded to all the questionnaires. Study 2 includes interviews with six teacher students. The data were analyzed by using mixed methods including qualitative content analyses and various quantitative analyses. The results suggested that students come with various goals and interests in this kind of course and these are related to their experiences of the teaching-learning environment in various ways. Results also revealed that teacher students seem not to set clear goals for their studying on the course level, but broader teacher education preferences were related to their experiences of the teaching-learning environment. Also, student interest in the course seemed to be quite persistent as the original interest is related to the level of interest at the end of the FC course.

  • Three parts of 21 century skills: Creative, Critical, and Communication Mathematics through Academic-constructive Controversy
    Dr. Toheri, Widodo Winarso, and Arif Abdul Haqq

    Horizon Research Publishing Co., Ltd.
    This study aims to analyze the characteristics of critical, creative and communication thinking after participating in learning academic-constructive controversy. Sequential explanatory design with sequential phase design analysis was used for the test results of two classes of junior high school students. The results showed that the experimental group was better than the control group for creative, critical, and communication mathematic. Completeness of the characteristics of the three abilities is in line with the ability of students, but they experience obstacles to communicating. Unfortunately, this study is only limited to quadrilateral topics. Academic-Constructive controversy learning can be used to develop three skills or even develop character qualities going forward.

RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • IMPLIKASI PENERAPAN MODEL PEMBELAJARAN CYCLE 5E PADA PEMBELAJARAN MATEMATIKA TERHADAP KEMAMPUAN KOMUNIKASI MATEMATIS SISWA
    I Permata, W Winarso, N Izzati
    Differential: Journal on Mathematics Education 1 (2), 207-216 2024

  • META ANALISIS: IMPLEMENTASI MEDIA PEMBELAJARAN TERHADAP EFEKTIVITAS PELAJARAN PENDIDIKAN AGAMA ISLAM
    T Warsito, W Winarso
    ID Patent 000,551,056 2023

  • Addressing the Challenge of Mathematical Misconceptions: Development of Interactive Multimedia Based on Cognitive Conflict Strategy
    W Winarso, Toheri, T Udin
    Journal of Education Technology 7 (3), 513-522 2023

  • Treatment of Learning Anxiety: A Bibliometric Review in Islamic Psychology
    W Winarso, OR Riyanto
    QALAMUNA: Jurnal Pendidikan, Sosial, dan Agama 15 (2), 871-886 2023

  • COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PYTHAGOREAN PROBLEMS IN INDONESIAN AND SINGAPOREAN MATHEMATICS TEXTBOOKS: AN OVERVIEW OF COGNITIVE LEVEL, REPRESENTATION FORM, CONTEXTUAL FEATURE, AND
    HT Lestiana, LM Maula, W Winarso
    Lentera Pendidikan: Jurnal Ilmu Tarbiyah dan Keguruan 26 (1), 216-229 2023

  • Pengembangan Butir Soal Matematika Berdasarkan Standar Hots Pada Materi Sistem Persamaan Linear Dua Variabel
    D Rodiah, MA Misri, W Winarso
    Jurnal Pendidikan Indonesia 4 (6), 548-562 2023

  • Disiplin kelas dan kelas yang efektif
    W Winarso
    Manajemen Kelas, 101-116 2023

  • An Analysis of Personality Styles; Does mathematics anxiety change with adversity Quotient?
    W Winarso
    Eduma: Mathematics Education Learning and Teaching 12 (1), 49-64 2023

  • Religiosity-based psychoeducational intervention for academic procrastination based on the Big Five personality traits among college students
    W Winarso, T Udin, A Mulyana
    International Journal of Education and Practice 11 (3), 411-424 2023

  • Implementation and Evaluation of A Community-Based Learning Model in Islamic Education
    A Aris, S Suteja, W Winarso
    Edukasi Islami: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam 12 (02), 585-598 2023

  • Mengelola Prokrastinasi Akademik: Pendekatan Psikoedukasi Berbasis Religiositas
    W Winarso
    Jejak Pustaka, ISBN: 978-623-183-200-9 2023

  • Exploring Collective Collegiality's Role in Enhancing Community Participation for Coastal Ecological Resilience Revitalization
    D Cahyani, W Winarso
    Journal of Interdisciplinary Research Practice 1 (1), 34-47 2023

  • Overcoming Challenges on Learning Barriers Psychological Student in Class; An Indonesian Context
    W Winarso
    SSRN Electronic Journal 2023

  • DAMPAK PSIKOEDUKASI BERMUATAN NILAI-NILAI QURANIC TERHADAP KECEMASAN MATEMATIKA SISWA
    W WINARSO
    Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta 2023

  • Digital competence of science teachers in terms of gender, length of work, and school levels of teaching
    K Kartimia, OR Riyanto, W Winarso
    Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences 18 (1), 31-42 2023

  • Neuro linguistic programming for academic cheating in mathematics classes
    FF Alwan, W Winarso
    AIP Conference Proceedings 2468 (1) 2022

  • Analysis of StudentsLearning Difficulties in Solving Mathematics Problems in the HOTS Category according to Polya Stages
    M Fiqih, W Winarso
    International Journal of Advanced STEM Education 2 (3) 2022

  • Implementasi Pembelajaran Matematika Berbasis E-learning Pada Penguatan Pendidikan Karakter (PPK) Pasca Era New Normal
    R Ikrimah, D Darwan, W Winarso
    ITEJ (Information Technology Engineering Journals) 7 (2), 99-108 2022

  • Assistance and Preparation to HOTs Test Integrated Local Wisdom in Increasing Social Sciences Teacher Pedagogical Competence
    W Winarso, Nuryana, T Udin
    The 4th International Conference on University Community Engagement (ICON 2022

  • Assessment Internalisasi Nilai-Nilai Pancasila pada Program Penguatan Pendidikan Karakter (PPK) di SMPN 4 Palimanan Kabupaten Cirebon
    S Aissa, W Winarso, AK Wijaya
    IJTIMAIYA: Journal of Social Science Teaching 6 (2), 149-162 2022

MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Membangun Kemampuan Berfikir Matematika Tingkat Tinggi Melalui Pendekatan Induktif, Deduktif dan Induktif-Deduktif Dalam Pembelajaran Matematika
    W Winarso
    Eduma: Mathematics Education Learning and Teaching 3 (2), 95-118 2014
    Citations: 156

  • Dasar Pengembangan Kurikulum Sekolah
    W Winarso
    CV. Confident, Cirebon, ISBN: 978-602-0834-09-2 1, 194 2015
    Citations: 91

  • Problem Solving, Creativity dan Decision Making Dalam Pembelajaran Matematika
    W Winarso
    Eduma: Mathematics Education Learning and Teaching 3 (1), 1-16 2014
    Citations: 77

  • Assessing the Readiness of Student Learning Activity and Learning Outcome
    W Winarso
    Jurnal Pencerahan 10 (2), 81-94 2016
    Citations: 62

  • Where Exactly for Enhance Critical and Creative Thinking: The Use of Problem Posing or Contextual Learning
    Toheri, W Winarso, AA Haqq
    European Journal of Educational Research 9 (2), 877-887 2020
    Citations: 60

  • PENGARUH PENGGUNAAN BAHAN AJAR MATEMATIKA BERSUPLEMEN KOMIK TERHADAP KEMANDIRIAN BELAJAR SISWA
    M Guntur, A Muchyidin, W Winarso
    Eduma: Mathematics Education Learning and Teaching 6 (1), 42-51 2017
    Citations: 54

  • HUBUNGAN PERSEPSI SISWA TENTANG GURU MATEMATIKA DENGAN HASIL BELAJAR MATEMATIKA SISWA
    M Najichun, W Winarso
    Jurnal Psikologi 15 (2), 143-150 2016
    Citations: 48

  • Hubungan antara Self Confidence dengan Kemampuan Berpikir Kritis Siswa dalam Pembelajaran Matematika
    S Nurkholifah, Toheri, W Winarso
    EDUMATICA| Jurnal Pendidikan Matematika 8 (01), 58-66 2018
    Citations: 47

  • ANALISIS GENDER TERHADAP KECEMASAN MATEMATIKA DAN SELF EFFICACY SISWA
    S Imro’ah, W Winarso, EP Baskoro
    Kalamatika: Jurnal Pendidikan Matematika 4 (1), 23-36 2019
    Citations: 43

  • Pengaruh perbedaan tipe kepribadian terhadap sikap belajar matematika siswa SMA Islam Al-Azhar 5 Cirebon
    W Winarso
    Jurnal Pendidikan Matematika 2 (1), 94-115 2017
    Citations: 41

  • Berpikir kritis siswa ditinjau dari gaya kognitif visualizer dan verbalizer dalam menyelesaikan masalah geometri
    W Winarso, WY Dewi
    Beta Jurnal Tadris Matematika 10 (2), 117-133 2017
    Citations: 37

  • Kemampuan Komunikasi Matematika Siswa Ditinjau dari Perbedaan Gaya Belajar Menurut David Kolb
    I Fatkhiyyah, W Winarso, B Manfaat
    Jurnal Elemen 5 (2), 93-107 2019
    Citations: 34

  • Authentic Assessment for Academic Performance; Study on the Attitudes, Skills, and Knowledge of Grade 8 Mathematics Students
    W Winarso
    Malikussaleh Journal of Mathematics Learning (MJML) 1 (1), 1-8 2018
    Citations: 34

  • Pengembangan Bahan Ajar Matematika Berbentuk Leaflet Berbasis Kemampuan Kognitif Siswa Berdasarkan Teori Bruner
    W Winarso, DD Yuliyanti
    JIPM (Jurnal Ilmiah Pendidikan Matematika) 6 (1), 11-24 2017
    Citations: 29

  • A case study of misconceptions students in the learning of mathematics; The concept limit function in high school
    W Winarso, T Toheri
    Jurnal Riset Pendidikan Matematika 4 (1), 120-127 2017
    Citations: 29

  • BERPIKIR KRITIS SISWA DALAM PENYELESAIAN MATEMATIKA DITINJAU DARI PERBEDAAN TIPE GAYA KOGNITIF REFLEKTIF DAN IMPULSIF
    YA Rahayu, W Winarso
    Jurnal Imiah Pendidikan dan Pembelajaran 2 (1), 1-11 2018
    Citations: 27

  • ANALISIS HASIL BELAJAR MATEMATIKA SISWA DITINJAU DARI PERBEDAAN KEPRIBADIAN EKSTROVERT DAN INTROVERT
    Y Yukentin, M Munawaroh, W Winarso
    JIPMat 3 (2), 163 – 168 2018
    Citations: 26

  • Psychological Disposition of Student; Mathematics Anxiety Versus Happiness Learning on the Level Education
    W Winarso, AA Haqq
    International Journal of Trends in Mathematics Education Research 2 (1), 19-25 2019
    Citations: 25

  • Menilai Prestasi Belajar melalui Penguatan Self Regulated Learning dan Kecerdasan Emosional Siswa pada Pembelajaran Matematika
    W Winarso, D Supriady
    Didaktik Matematika 3 (2), 54-66 2016
    Citations: 25

  • Pengaruh Kemampuan Metakognisi terhadap Hasil Belajar Matematika di SMP Negeri 2 Leuwimunding Kabupaten Majalengka
    LR NURMALASARI, W WINARSO, ETI NURHAYATI
    NUSANTARA Of RESEARCH 2 (2), 133-147 2015
    Citations: 25