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EEO. 2020; 19(3): 167-182

Analysis of the Application of the Pedagogical Competency Model Case study of Public and Private Primary Schools in West Jakarta Municipality, DKI Jakarta Province)

Ratnawati Susanto, Noni Agustina, Yuli Azmi Rozali.


The low pedagogical competence of elementary school teachers in Indonesia requires efforts to prepare teacher pedagogical competencies in position to be the best model of teacher performance towards the process and quality of education in realizing the transformation of the graduate profile . The purpose of the study was to obtain analytical data onto the application of the pedagogical competency model as a limited test of the results of the development of the model and the difference in its influence on public and private elementary schools . Quantitative research with one group Pretest - Post Test Design experiments . Data processing techniques using Smart PLS . Research sample of 30 teachers in the Municipality of West Jakarta , DKI Jakarta Province . Data collection techniques with Likert scale questionnaire instruments in the form of a web-based pedagogic pro computer program . The results of the study : (1 ) . There are direct and indirect effects of / on variables , (2 ) there are differences in pedagogical competencies results from the trial implementation of the pedagogical competency model in public school teachers and private school teachers

Key words: pedagogical competency models, strategies for developing pedagogical competencies, internalization values of the teaching profession.

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