Life Skills Education Program In Improving Student Independence

Authors

  • Liatul Rohmah UIN Sayyid Ali Rahmatullah Tulungagung, Indonesia
  • Ahmad Tanzeh UIN Sayyid Ali Rahmatullah Tulungagung, Indonesia
  • Mujamil Qomar UIN Sayyid Ali Rahmatullah Tulungagung, Indonesia
  • Agus Zaenul Fitri UIN Sayyid Ali Rahmatullah Tulungagung, Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51601/ijersc.v4i1.602

Abstract

Vocational High School (SMK) as a level of formal education that provides special skills in
preparing graduates to be ready to work and well-developed independence. The graduates
produced are in the form of a ready-to-use workforce, in the sense that they can directly work
as expected and needed by society, especially the people of the Business World, the Industrial
World and the World of Work (DUDIKA). The manpower needed is skilled labor as quality
human resources according to their competence and expertise and has high competitiveness.
The research method used in this study uses a qualitative method with a cross-site
phenomonological approach. Data collection techniques are participant observation, indepth interviews and documentation. The data analysis techniques used were 1) single case
data analysis, 2) cross-site analysis. The research results show that:The Lifeskills Education
Program in Enhancing Student Independence in the two educational institutions is: Adapting
the curriculum to the competencies needed by the world of work; Determination of theoretical
and practical learning activities according to the expertise program; Teachers are teachers
who are professionals in their field; Determining strategies for conducting training, building
partnerships, knowledge and technology innovation to produce professional graduates;
Development of life skill programs, Procurement of written and practical exams (competence
test), Implementation of life skills education.

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Published

2023-02-27

How to Cite

Rohmah, L., Tanzeh, A. ., Qomar, M. ., & Zaenul Fitri, A. . (2023). Life Skills Education Program In Improving Student Independence. International Journal of Educational Research &Amp; Social Sciences, 4(1), 162–168. https://doi.org/10.51601/ijersc.v4i1.602

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