Dwi, Rahdiyanta (2012) REORIENTATION LEARNING IN VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL. International Conference on Vocational Education and Training (ICVET) 2012. ISSN 977-23017-14009


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Being a vocational high school teacher in the global era definitely not easy, this is because vocational teachers have a very tough task in preparing its graduates to be ready to work. This is reasonable because the world of work in a global era is always characterized by uncertainty, the more rapid and frequent change, and demands for greater flexibility. This change fundamentally not only demanded the labor force that has the ability to work in the field (hard competencies) but also very important to master the ability to deal with change and take advantage of the change itself (soft competence). Therefore, the challenge of vocational education (SMK) to be able to integrate these two kinds of components in an integrated competency in preparing the human resources that have the ability to work and grow in the future. Learning is the essence of education. Thereby solving the problem of vocational education at the vocational school will not be released from the need for innovations that are focused on improving the quality of learning. Form, shape, and the efforts of these innovations can vary but all have the same common goal, namely the establishment of a quality learning process so as to enhance the competence, ability, skill, and competitiveness of graduates. Learning model based on constructivism, contextual learning (Contextual Teaching and Learning), media computer-assisted learning and holistic assessment is an appropriate learning model is applied in an effort to improve the quality of vocational school graduates.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: a reorientation of learning, constructivism, contextual
Subjects: Prosiding > ICVET 2012
Divisions: Fakultas Teknik (FT) > Pendidikan > Pendidikan Teknik Elektro
Depositing User: Eprints
Date Deposited: 13 Aug 2015 09:52
Last Modified: 13 Aug 2015 09:52

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