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Paper Title :
Partnership-Based Teaching Factory Learning

Author :Tho'at

Article Citation :Tho'at , (2017 ) " Partnership-Based Teaching Factory Learning " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 45-49, Volume-3,Issue-9

Abstract : This research aims to describe and analyze the planning, organizing, implementing and monitoring of the partnership-based teaching factory in SMK NU Ma'arif Kudus. This research is a qualitative research using case study approach. The subjects of the research were determined purposively including principal, vice principal, skill program chiefs, chairmen / TEFA Managers, some productive teachers, students and representatives from industry partners. Data collection techniques used in-depth interviews, observations and document studies. Data analysis used Milles & Huberman model that is data collection, data reduction, data display and conclusion. The results of the research are as follows: 1) TEFA planning carried out jointly by SMK and industry (PT.ADMI) through synchronization and integration of curriculum contents with industry needs. 2) Organizing is done collaboratively by providing the role of industry representatives & teachers as consultants, assessors and facilitators. While the students there acted as manager, administration, production and MR. 3) The implementation of TEFA is implemented by the students in their respective roles and positions in accordance with established standard procedures and receiving guidance / consultation from industries and productive/ practices teachers by creating an atmosphere / replica of actual industry work. 4) Supervision is done jointly by the School and industry through administrative and non-administrative approaches to ensure the implementation of activities in accordance with predetermined plans. Keywords- Learning, Teaching Factory (TEFA), partnerships, vocational schools (SMK)

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