Evaluation of Science Learning Supervision on Secondary Schools

Astin Lukum

Abstract


This research aims were (1) the support of the policy, (2) the resources, and (3) the implementation of science learning supervision, (4) the performance of secondary science teachers in Gorontalo City. The conclusions that (1) the supervision was based on laws of national regulations, (2) Teachers perception based on their experiences, supervisors and school principals focused on the schools and classroom visit supervision, their characteristics were in accordance with the National Standard, and potentially to be developed. The resources has met the Minimum Service Standard (MSS), (3) the implementation of science supervision has not met the MSS. and (4) teachers performance; best 16%, good 43%  and fair 5% and remaining (36%) did not have the willingness to be supervised.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ije.v5i4.4240

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