The effectiveness of the material experience program national examination in vocational high schools
Keywords:effectivity, material experience, evaluation program
This study aims to determine the effectiveness of the deepening program of national exam materials
of vocational students in Bantul District. This research is evaluation research with CPRP (Context, Input, Process,
and Product) evaluation model from Stufflebeam using quantitative approach supported by qualitative. Data were
collected using questionnaires, interviews, observations, and documentation. The results of the research are, first,
the context is very useful, shown by organizational program organizers have been structured, and the program is
very relevant to the needs of students; Second, the input is quite effective, the readiness of the students to follow
the program and management has been well managed, the program plan is very effective, the program strategy is
quite effective, and the learning media is very useful; Third, the process is quite effective indicated by the level of
student participation in the implementation of the morning is lower than the daytime. Learning process according
to program planning; Fourth, the product aspect is very effective with the benefits of the program.
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