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Teaching Factory, Senior Vocational High School, Vocational High School Teacher Candidates
Purpose of Study: Along with the development of science and technology, significant Become preparing qualified gradu- ates in the working world, Including for the graduates of vocational senior high school. In accordance with the Law of the Republic of Indonesia No.20 / 2003 on National Education System, the purpose of vocational education is to prepare stu- dents to be ready to work in Certain fields. Meanwhile, According to Regulation 32/2013 National Standard of Education, the vocational education intended to increase of the intelligence, knowledge, personality, moral, as well as the skills to live independently and to have further education in parallel with previous education.
Based on the direction of vocational education policy as described, Several questions were drawn as follows: 1. What is meant by teaching factory ?; 2. What is the teaching-learning purpose of teaching factory ?; 3.What benefits will be gained by implementing a teaching factory ?; 4.What do the strengths and weaknesses of the teaching factory?; and 5.What are the implications of the Institute of Education and the Workforce, especially in the preparing of vocational senior high school teachers?
Methodology: From the study to the related literature and relevant researches, it can be concluded that: 1The basic principle of teaching factory is the experience integration of working in the school curriculum, where all the equipment, materials and education subjects were designed in order to carry out the production process. This process Aimed to produce the goods/services, and reliable and competent graduates. 2 Though there were thirteen performance indicators, many Efforts were needed in order to fully implement the teaching factory in Senior Vocational High School environment, According to concepts, objectives and benefits, Including pre14 paring qualified senior vocational high school teachers; 3. In the evaluation of teaching factory activity in Surakarta, Fajaryati in 2012 found that in terms of learning activities, the implementation of teaching factory was well-run, whereas the aspect of the production process, did not run as expected; and 4. Reorientation and revitalization of the Education and Workforce Education curriculum roommates were in line with the demands of users graduates, especially in the faculty of engineering were required.
Results: Benefits of teaching factory, in principle, is aware of the students, that in the mastery of skills, not enough to just practice soft skills in learning, work in teams, and training interpersonal communication skills, but also have to realize the knowledge directly and exercise work to enter the working world significantly.
Implications/Applications: The basic principle learning factory is the integration experience of working in the school curriculum, where all the equipment, materials and education actors, designed to make the production process in order to produce goods/services, as well as Vocational High School graduates who are competent/reliable.
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