MODELLING PRACTICE GUIDANCE CONSOLIDATION PROFESSIONAL CAPABILITY (PKP) ON DISTANCE EDUCATION STUDENTS THROUGH LESSON STUDY

Dewi Andriyani, S. Suhartono

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This research aims to develop the lesson study modelling as a practical approach to the mentoring of professional capability (Pemantapan Kemampuan Profesional/PKP) practices, to know the results of the use of lesson study and to know the results of the evaluation of the lesson study of teacher attitude change students. The study was conducted with the paradigm of participatory or emancipatory approach as a fundamental concept that set out the participatory action research. The research method used observation techniques, learning journals, interviews, and documentaries in depth. The results showed that the lesson study is a model of professional development of educators through collaborative learning and continuous assessment based on the principles of collegiality and mutual learning to build a learning community. There are six phases of the lesson study on PKP mentoring activities. These six stages are implemented in the form of a cycle plan-do-see (reflection). Through lesson study under the guidance of the Consolidation Professional Competencies program occurred an increasing competence and professionalism of teachers, improving process quality and learning outcomes, development of a democratic learning paradigm based on constructivism to build a scientific mindset.

 

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lesson study, teacher professionalism, Consolidation Professional Competencies guidance

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejes.v0i0.2713

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