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Qothrun Nada Ma’ruf Batubara
Fahmi Rizal
Ernawati
Waskito

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to assess the success of learning to make industrial clothes in vocational high schools. This study uses the Countanance Stake evaluation model. In evaluating we compare programs that are evaluated based on established standards. With two concepts, namely contingency and congruence. The objectives of learning evaluation for Industrial Clothing Making in this study were learning planning, learning implementation, and learning outcomes. Then the data was collected by observation, interview and documentation techniques. The results of the study show that (i) the Learning Program for Making Industrial Clothing at the Padang City Vocational School from the aspect of learning planning is in accordance with predetermined standards. (ii) The Learning Program for Making Industrial Clothing from the aspect of learning implementation was found to be partly incompatible between classroom management and the implementation of learning in schools with the standard implementation of learning processes. (iii) Learning Program for Making Industrial Clothing from the aspect of learning outcomes, namely the learning outcomes of some students do not meet the Minimum Completeness Criteria (KKM). (iv) There is a contingency between planning, implementation and learning outcomes for Industrial Clothing Making. Based on congruences and contingency analysis, it is recommended that the Industrial Dress Making learning program at Padang City Vocational School be continued with a few notes.

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Keywords: Program Evaluation, Countenance Stake, Industrial Clothing

Batubara, Q. N. M., Rizal, F., Ernawati, E., & Waskito, W. (2022). Evaluation of the Learning Program for Making Industrial Clothing Using the Countenance Stake Model in Vocational High Schools. EDUTEC : Journal of Education And Technology, 6(2), 421-430. https://doi.org/10.29062/edu.v6i2.489