Exploring the Teachers’ Perceptions Towards the Development of National Curriculum: A Phenomenological Study (73450)

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The Indonesian national curriculum has undergone several changes in the last two decades. This study aims to reveal how teachers’ perceptions towards this phenomenon. Using a qualitative study with the phenomenological method, this research examines teachers' experiences in dealing with the issue of curriculum change and how they construct the meaning for it. The informants of this study were 8 teachers from various levels and types of schools and regions. Data was collected through in-depth interview techniques, credibility test by increasing persistence and triangulation, dependency test by auditing the entire research process, and data analysis using an interactive model which was entirely carried out in October-December 2022. The results of this study indicate that: First, all informants faced the same phenomenon, but had different experiences due to differences in the level and type of their school; Second, diverse experiences produce different meanings, where school conditions and needs, external support, and perspectives on challenges influence the teacher's adaptation process in dealing with the change.

Authors:
Mohammad Rizky Satria, State University of Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Heri Retnawati, State University of Yogyakarta, Indonesia


About the Presenter(s)
Rizky Satria is a practitioner in the field of education. Currently involved in teacher capacity building and national curriculum development in Indonesia.

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Last updated: 2023-02-23 23:45:00