Conceptual Model for Improving Quality of Teacher in Indonesian Vocational School

Agung Panji Sasmito, Djoko Kustono, Purnomo Purnomo, Hakkun Elmunsyah

Abstract


Indonesia face shortages of vocational teachers quantity. The quality of vocational teachers is also one of the problems of education in Indonesia. The purpose of this article is to give an idea related to the conceptual model framework for improving the quality of vocational teachers demonstrated by the teachers achievements. The authors of this article discuss factors that have an impact on the quality of vocational teachers and describe a framework based on a literature review that might contribute to improving the quality of vocational teachers. Based on the results of the article found that to improve the quality of vocational teacher can be improved through increasing self-efficacy and transferable skills, in addition to pay attention to teacher’s initial expertise and teaching experience.

Keywords


Teachers quality; Vocational teachers; Teachers achievement

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