Teacher Professional Development, Secondary School

A. Sobandi, M. A. Ramdhany, S.A. Muhidin, Nani Sutarni, Achmad Hufad, Abdul Rahmat

This research is to identify the determinants of teacher professional development at State Secondary School in Cluster I of West Bandung Regency, and to analyze the linkages of the determinants of teacher professional development, which consists of academic qualifications, communication skills, creativity, pedagogical knowledge, self-development and long-term learning, and role-modeling. This research is expected to provide benefits to policymakers at the Provincial and Regency / City level as well as the University as a reference in making educational policies, particularly related to the development of teacher professionalism. The research method used is descriptive-verification with a questionnaire as a data collection tool. The units of analysis were the individual teachers from 13 State Junior High Schools in Cluster I West Bandung Regency (Cisarua Subdistrict, Lembang Sub-district, and Parongpong Sub-district) with a population of 460 teachers and the sample of 214 teachers. Data were analyzed with Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) so that factors found that determine the development of teacher professionalism. The Importance-Performance Matrix Analysis (IPMA) can support descriptive analysis and CFA so that a strategy can be determined to improve the related factors.

Volume 12 | Issue 6

Pages: 2076-2083

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I6/S20201168