CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT IN VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL (SMK) OF THE INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SCHOOL PILOT (RSBI): A study at SMK RSBI Automotive Engineering

Agus, Budiman (2012) CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT IN VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL (SMK) OF THE INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SCHOOL PILOT (RSBI): A study at SMK RSBI Automotive Engineering. International Conference on Vocational Education and Training (ICVET) 2012. ISSN 977-23017-14009

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Abstract

Vocational High School (SMK) of The International Standard School Pilot (RSBI) is a school that meets all national education standards (SNP) that is enriched with a certain quality advantages derived from OECD member countries or other developed countries. These standards include: (1) content standards, (2) competency standards, (3) process standards, (4) standards of educators and educational staff, (5) facilities and infrastructure standards, (6) management standards, (7) financial standards, and (8) assessment standards. According to government regulation, SBI curriculum is based on content standards and standards of competency that is enriched with the standards of OECD member countries or other developed countries. The curriculum contains programs that are prepared in the form of competencies that will be implemented in the learning. Under the influence of internal dan external factors, then the curriculum should be developed. The purpose of curriculum development SMK RSBI is to achieve relevance and flexibility in the form of graduates are absorbed in the word of work and can adapt to the conditions in the workplace. Curriculum development in SMK RSBI involved various stakeholders including schools, governments, universities, and the work of the world. Based on the parties involved, determining the curriculum content can be done with various approaches. These approaches are philosophical, introspection, DACUM, task analysis, Delphi techniques, and other approaches. Based on government regulation and varous approaches in determining the curriculum content, curriculum development in SMK RSBI can be done with an approach that involved the world of work as a largest stakeholder. Curriculum development in SMK RSBI was done by defining the philosophy, identifying competencies, designing and implementing learning process, and assessment. Keywords: curriculum development, vocational high

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: curriculum development, vocational high school (SMK), international standard school pilot (RSBI), national educational standard (SNP), curriculum content, OECD
Subjects: Prosiding > International Conference on Vocational Education and Training (ICVET) 2012
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Divisions: Fakultas Teknik > Jurusan Teknik Elektronika > Pendidikan Teknik Elektronika
Depositing User: Eprints
Date Deposited: 13 Aug 2015 09:47
Last Modified: 13 Aug 2015 09:47
URI: http://eprints.uny.ac.id/id/eprint/24900

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