2nd Workshop on Language, Literature and Society for Education

Research Article

Clinical Supervision in Teaching Aprenticeship for Teacher Candidates at University of PGRI Madiun: An Evaluation for Model Development

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  • @INPROCEEDINGS{10.4108/eai.21-12-2018.2282770,
        author={V T Suharto and D Setiyadi and E M Mursidik and E A Meikayanti},
        title={Clinical Supervision in Teaching Aprenticeship for Teacher Candidates at University of PGRI Madiun: An Evaluation for Model Development},
        proceedings={2nd Workshop on Language, Literature and Society for Education},
        publisher={EAI},
        proceedings_a={WOL2SED},
        year={2019},
        month={3},
        keywords={clinical supervision; class action; micro teaching},
        doi={10.4108/eai.21-12-2018.2282770}
    }
    
  • V T Suharto
    D Setiyadi
    E M Mursidik
    E A Meikayanti
    Year: 2019
    Clinical Supervision in Teaching Aprenticeship for Teacher Candidates at University of PGRI Madiun: An Evaluation for Model Development
    WOL2SED
    EAI
    DOI: 10.4108/eai.21-12-2018.2282770
V T Suharto1,*, D Setiyadi1, E M Mursidik1, E A Meikayanti1
  • 1: Universitas PGRI Madiun
*Contact email: suharto_teguh@yahoo.com

Abstract

The gap of real and ideal teaching practice was still evidently large among teachers at schools around Madiun. This research was used to observe the need for the Clinical Supervision, as professional assistance done by lecturers against teacher candidates to minimize the gap between ideal and real teaching practice. The analysis would be on: (1) the lecturers’ understanding against the role of clinical supervision, (2) the needs for the development of clinical supervision as a part of the systematic cycle in teaching. The research was carried out in the class observation method for the lecturers of University of PGRI Madiun. The subjects of the research were lecturer advisors, students, school officials, learning events. The data were drawn by observation, interview and documentation. The analysis was carried out by constant comparative method. The results suggested that the lecturers’ understanding against the clinical supervision needed to be improved, and a suggestion for the development of clinical supervision format