Policy implementation evaluation of pre-service teacher profession education at Manado State University
Zoya Febrina Sumampow, Fakultas Ilmu Pendidikan
The aim of this evaluation study was to obtain information about: 1) The legal basis, purpose, needs and expectations of stakeholders towards the implementation of the PPG pre-service in UNIMA; 2) Availability and Readiness human resources, facilities, curriculum, teaching materials, and pre-services quality assurance system in the PPG UNIMA; 3) Implementation of pre-service program at PPG UNIMA; 4) The program management PPG pre-service terms of quality as well as quantity of the graduates. Evaluation conducted at the State University of Manado (UNIMA), using the model of CIPP (context, input, process, and product) by interview, observation, ducumentation study, and questionnaires.The result showed: 1) Pre-service of PPGSD UNIMA expressed much needed and responded positively to the expectations of stakeholders of PPGSD Pre-service program, although there were 1-2 of respondents said that it did not take and meet expectations, 2) availability of facilities, curriculum, teaching materials, internal quality assurance system was still not 100% meet the standards, while the human resources met the standard although there was not emprowerment of the field and expertise; 3) Pre-service Program Implementation PPGSD UNIMA assessed following the exiting procedures, although there were still thing because local conditions cannot be carried out according to the procedure specified; 4) Performance management was seen from the number and quality of graduates show no equal in terms of the number (there who did not participate and did not graduate from a given qouta of PPG). In terms of quality, still need to be independent in developing professionalism as a professional teacher.
Zoya Febrina Sumampow, Fakultas Ilmu Pendidikan. Policy implementation evaluation of pre-service teacher profession education at Manado State University. International Journal of Advanced Educational Research, Volume 4, Issue 3, 2019, Pages 01-07