EVALUASI PROGRAM PEMINATAN PADA SMAN 113 JAKARTA

TARAJA, FRANCISCUS PANDAPOTAN (2017) EVALUASI PROGRAM PEMINATAN PADA SMAN 113 JAKARTA. S1 thesis, Universitas Negeri Jakarta.

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ABSTRACT Franciscus Pandapotan Taraja. "The Evaluation of The Specialization Program at SMAN 113 Jakarta ". Skripsi. Cooperative Economic Education. Department of Economics and Administration. The Faculty of Economics. State University of Jakarta. 2017. Supervising Professor: Dr. Endang Sri Rahayu, M.Pd dan Dr. Ari Saptono, SE, M.Pd This study aims to evaluate the existing specialization programs in SMAN 113 Jakarta. This study uses CIPP model which is developed by stufflebeam. As for the aspect of the context, the background regarding the existence of the specialization program is due to the curriculum changes from KTSP to the 2013 curriculum. In general, the purpose of these specialization programs is to help the learners to be able to develop their interests. 83% of the learners hope that the specialization program can help them in developing their own interests and talents. At Input point, many learners have the difficulties in their specializations. As many as 66% of the learners agree that the selection of the cross-interest subjects is determined by the learners. With regard to the service of the counseling teachers, as many as 72% of the learners answered the service of the counseling teachers in terms of their roles as the resources are categorized as good. Regarding to the learners’ assessment, SMAN 113 Jakarta have their standard assessment, as for the 10th grade, regarding to the Criteria Minimal Provisions the value is 75. Associated with the textbooks, 72% of the respondents answer that the amount of books for the cross-interest subjects are very limited. In the Process, the performance of specialization services are categorized as good and the success criteria can be fulfilled. The specialization process in SMAN 113 Jakarta follows the rules made by the Department of Education of DKI Province. As many as 84% of the students state that they are not suitable with their choice of specialization and 71% of students wish to change majors. 76% of learners respond that the specialization program does not make them to be the active learners. In the aspect of the obstacles experienced by students, they have experienced the lack of reading resources in this case is the textbooks, and also there are some teachers who only give the task and the instruction to browse all the tasks in the internet. The product point explains that as many as 63% of students answer that the specialization programs have not fulfilled their interests and talent developments yet. 56% of them stated that the program does not help them to be more active in learning. In the interests’ indicator to continue the studies to the college, 62% of the respondents answered that they will choose a different department with their current specialization. Keywords: Program Evaluation,CIPP, Specialization Program

Item Type: Thesis (S1)
Additional Information: Pembimbing I: Dr. Endang Sri Rahayu, M.Pd ., Pembimbing II: Dr. Ari Saptono, SE, M.Pd
Subjects: Ilmu Sosial (Social Science) > Pendidikan (Education)
Ilmu Sosial (Social Science) > Pendidikan (Education) > Pendidikan Sekolah Lanjutan (Secondary Education)
Divisions: Fakultas Ekonomi > S1 Pendidikan Administrasi Perkantoran
Depositing User: Budi Siswanto
Date Deposited: 11 Dec 2017 08:42
Last Modified: 11 Dec 2017 08:42
URI: http://repository.fe.unj.ac.id/id/eprint/1252

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