Development of Teaching Factory Competency-Based for Vocational Secondary Education in Central Java Province

SINTHA WAHJUSAPUTRI

Abstract


This research was conducted to analyze, describe the teaching factory model in SMKs at Central Java Province, according to the teaching factory's success factors. This research uses meta-ethnography for qualitative methods and Delphi technique, Research and Development, and social problem-solving models for quantitative methods. This research's subjects are five vocational secondary education in Central Java Province, with 140 students as the respondents. The previous study shows that the teaching factory development in the DKI Jakarta industrial area resulted in the curriculum changes in teaching factory learning adjusted business and industry programs' standardization. The findings in further research (Wahjusaputri et al., 2019) resulted in implementing the teaching factory model to produce an integrated school curriculum with the business and industry world. Moreover, the teaching factory model was suitable for school management, human resources, marketing-promotion, laboratories, learning patterns in each teaching factory department, and cooperation between business and Industry. This model should increase the competency graduates relevant to business and industry needs in the 4.0 era industry.

Keywords


Teaching Factory Vocational Educational Learning Factory Competence Industry 4.0

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