Proceedings of the 3rd UPI International Conference on Technical and Vocational Education and Training

The Contribution of the Vocational Teachers’ Professional Competence toward Vocational High Schools’ Performance

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Abdul Haris Setiawan
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Available Online February 2015.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/ictvet-14.2015.1How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Vocational teachers, professional competence, schools’ performance, national education standards
Abstract
This research aims to determine the contribution of the vocational teachers’ professional competence toward the Vocational High Schools’ performance. This research is ex-post facto. Statistically, based on the data and analysis techniques, this research is descriptive quantitative. The population was all vocational teachers at Vocational High Schools in Surakarta. The sampling used proportional random sampling technique. The data collecting used questionnaires. While the data analysis technique used regression analysis between the independent and dependent variables. The calculation process and data analysis was performed by using Microsoft Excel and SPSS 15.0 for Windows. Conclusions of this study are: the level of the vocational high schools’ performance is 74.29%, it’s included in the high category; the vocational teachers’ professional competence level is 77.39%, it’s included in the high category; there is a positive contribution of the vocational teachers’ professional competence toward the schools’ performance with a correlation coefficient of 0.827, and the contribution was 68.50 % with the regression equation Y = 79.803 + 0.497 X.
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