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Title: Alumni's Competences and User Satisfaction Of Primary Teacher Training Department Faculty of Teacher Training and Education Satya Wacana Christian University
Authors: Mawardi
Keywords: curriculum;alumni competence;the level of user satisfaction
Issue Date: Sep-2011
Publisher: Program Studi PGSD-FKIP Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana Salatiga
Abstract: This research aims to describe the actualization alumni competence, user satisfaction and the competence which must be developed by the Program of Primary Teacher Training, SWCU (Program S1 PGSD UKSW). This study is a survey research. Tile study sites spread across the state and private elementary schools in 8 districts which are Salatiga, Semarang, Boyolali, Grobogan, Blora, Temanggung, Wonosobo, and Kebumen. Data colfection technique is using a questionnaire that has been tested for the validity and reliability. Analysis showed that the corrected item total correlation is 0, 794 for the highest and 0,221 for the lowest. Reliability test results showed that the alpha reliability coefficient is 0.945. Moreover, the techniques of data analysis are using descriptive statistical analysis and gap analysis. The study found that 1) the overall satisfaction with the performance of the alumni of the Program S1 PGSD UKSW is in the category of very satisfied, 2) the competence to be developed through the planning and structuring the curriculum/subject is a competence to select and organize material of teaching, solve problems in the classroom through CAR, write scientific papers, and master English, as well as leadership competence in solving educational problems
Description: Scholaria : Jurnal llmiah Pendidikan Ke-SD-an Vol. 1 No. 2, September 2011 : p.60 - 87
ISSN: 2088-3439
Appears in Collections:Scholaria 2011 Vol. 1 No. 2 September

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