Prodi Pendidikan IPA (International Program on Science Education), FPMIPA, UPI 2019

IPSE Meeting on Tracer Study

Tracer Study
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IPSE Meeting on Tracer Study

Bandung, 3 March 2020

International Program on Science Education (IPSE) invited alumni and users (schools) to the “IPSE Meeting on Tracer Study” in the Meeting Room, FPMIPA, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia on March 3, 2020. The purpose of the activity was to discuss curriculum, collaboration programs, tracer study, and others. Twenty-one participants were attending the activity. The participants consisted of six lecturers, two laboratory assistants, one administrative staff, twelve alumni, and users. The alumni and users came from various schools in Bandung, such as SMP Laboratorium UPI, SMP Alfa Centauri, SMP Ar Rafi’ Drajad, SMP Al-Irsyad Satya, and SMP Pribadi Bilingual Boarding School and others. During these activities, alumni and users actively provide opinions, suggestions, and criticisms related to the programs implemented by the International Program on Science Education (IPSE). Based on the results of the meeting showed that most alumni from the International Program on Science Education (IPSE) have worked as teachers in various international schools. Users give an opinion that teachers graduating from the International Program on Science Education (IPSE) have good quality. However, we also get some suggestions from alumni and users regarding the weaknesses of the implemented program. The International Program on Science Education (IPSE) and users are planning several new program collaborations in the future. The new programs such as lecturers provide workshops related to Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM), training in article writing, lecturers as judges in article writing competitions at school, collaborating on writing articles between lecturers and teachers. Furthermore, users provide opportunities for classroom observation and training to students of the International Program on Science Education (IPSE). The results of these activities have many benefits for science education study programs (IPSE), students, lecturers, alumni, users, or other stakeholders. [Winarno]

 

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