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Volume 1, Number 3 / October issue 2015
Bambang Budi Wiyono, Kusmintardjo, Ali Imron
Effect of humanistic principles based active-collaborative supervision on teachers' competence
Abstract

One of the most prioritized programs in Indonesian education is the improvement of education quality. To do so, it is required to improve teachers’ competence in doing their works. The purpose of this research is to investigate the effectiveness of humanistic based active-collaborative supervision in order to improve teachers’ competence. The research design used in this research is pretest posttest experimental design. The sample was 38 teachers which were chosen by using quota random sampling method, while the data was collected by using test, observation, and documentation. The result of data collection was analyzed by using descriptive statistic and t-test. The result showed that humanistic based active-collaborative supervision was very effective in order to improve teachers’ professional competence in carrying out their duties.
Keywords: active-collaborative supervision, humanistic principles, teachers’ competence

Cite this article:
Bambang Budi Wiyono, Kusmintardjo, Ali Imron. Effect of humanistic principles based active-collaborative supervision on teachers' competence. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 1(3), 19-26.


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