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EEO. 2019; 18(3): 1260-1286

Artistic Supervision Model Development for Improved Pedagogic Competence of Primary School Teachers

Nafiah Nafiah,Ibrahim Bafadal,Achmad Supriyanto,Imron Arifin.

The State University of Malang (UM), Nahdlatul Ulama University of Surabaya (UNUSA), nefi_23@unusa.ac.id, ORCID: 0000-0003-3979-0524The purpose of this study was to develop an artistic supervision model in improving pedagogic competence of elementary school teachers and to analyze the influence of the artistic supervision model application for improved pedagogic competence of elementary school teachers in Surabaya Indonesia. This study used a qualitative and quantitative approach by using research and development (R & D) methods. The data collection techniques used in this study were questionnaires, documentation, observation sheets. The data analysis technique used was quantitative descriptive, that is, one sample t-test, and sensible t-test. The results showed that the effective procedure for the artistic supervision model consisted of four steps, namely: (1) observation of learning by using the sensitivity, perceptivity, and knowledge of the supervisor, (2) identify teacher problems, (3) Checking the results of supervision, (4) delivery the results of supervision and helping teacher by mentoring. The artistic supervision model resulting from this development has a very strong and significant influence on improving teacher pedagogic competence. Small scale test results, the value of paired t-test correlation value before and after the supervision of the artistic model is 0.880 with a significance of 0.021

Key words: Artistic, supervision model, pedagogic competence, teachers.

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