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Development, Curriculum 2013, Indonesian National Curriculum Framework
Purpose of Study: Ineffective implementation of curriculum 2013 and low quality of vocational school graduates underlay the present study. The Presidential Regulation of the Republic of Indonesian number 8 year 2012 stipulates that the implementation of Indonesian National Curriculum Framework-based on curriculum 2013 will improve the quality of vocational high school graduates at level 2 and their learning outcomes, including cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains. The development of the Indonesian National Curriculum framework-based curriculum 2013 was an activity in generating an educational curriculum at an institutional level which aligns the needs of business and industry.
The design of this study was the 4-D models of Thiagarajan, namely 1) the definition; 2) design; 3) development; and 4) deployment, but this was only conducted up to the development stage.
Methodology: Regarding the background, the research questions were formulated as follows: (1) how is the validity, practicality, and effectiveness of the instructional design of the Basic Electrical and Electronic subject?; (2) how is the students’ response to the instructional design of the Basic Electrical and Electronic Subject?; and (3) how are the results of students’ learning outcomes of Basic Electrical and Electronic Subject?.
Results: This study aimed to find out: (1) the level of validity, practicality, and effectiveness of the instructional design of the Basic Electrical and Electronic Subject; (2) the students’ response of the instructional design of the Basic Electrical and Electronic Subject; and (3) the students’ learning outcomes of the Basic Electrical and Electronic Subject.
Implications/Applications: The conclusion of this research is: 1) the average score on the validity of the instructional design was 3.722 (very high), the average score on its feasibility was 3.72 (very practical), while the average score of its effectiveness was 71.87 (effective); 2) the students’ responses to the instructional design were 92%, which was satisfactory; and 3) the average score of the students’ learning results was 85, over the minimum score determined, with the learning mastery of 100%.
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