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International Journal of Advanced Engineering, Management and Science

The Evaluation of Block Grant Program Implementation at Teacher Working Group (Kelompok Kerja Guru or KKG) of Natural Science in Gorontalo District

( Vol-5,issue-10,October 2019 )

Author(s): Nina Lamatenggo, Rusdin Kadjim, Keysar Panjaitan, Hamzah B. Uno

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ijaems crossref doiDOI: 10.22161/ijaems.510.1


Evaluation, Teacher Working Group or KKG, Block Grant, Natural Science.


The objective of this research was to find out how to evaluate the implementation of the block grant program at Teacher Working Group of Natural Science in Gorontalo District as an effort to improve the learning process. This research used qualitative analysis approach to describe various matters related to the focus of research. The type of research was program evaluation using the CIPP (Context, Input, Process, and Product) model. The main technique of data collection applied interviews, observation and documentation of various data sources (informants) with a direct correlation with the use of block grant fund in KKG activities and their implementation in the learning process. The research findings on the evaluation of implementation of block grant program in KKG of Natural Science in Gorontalo District could be concluded from the observation that the researcher has worked based on the expectation where the block grant fund has been used as well as possible for KKG activities, yet certain things required improvement in its implementation. (1) In the context evaluation, it found that there were two KKG that did not have vision and mission in which it illustrated that these groups had not been able to carry out their functions optimally. (2) In the Input evaluation, the obstacles were encountered by management of KKG where numerous activities of KKG could not be proposed considering that insufficient block time and funding (3) In the Process Evaluation, it found that some groups said that inadequate block grant fund for all KKG program activities and most KKG did not know the national education standards. (4) In the Product Evaluation, the obstacles encountered by teachers were the number of students in one class had exceeded the standard. In addition, some teachers admitted that they did not make the lesson plan themselves instead of other people did it even some made the Lesson Plan after completing the teaching.

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