SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP’S PERCEPTION TOWARD VIRTUAL PRE-SERVICE EFL TEACHER ( PLP ) PROGRAMME DURING PANDEMIC COVID 19

Dian Adiarti(1*), Mia Fitria Agustina(2)


(1) Universitas Jenderal Soedirman
(2) 
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


Pre service EFL Teacher Training is obligedly conducted  for the seventh semester by students of Teaching Department to enchanche their teaching practice at some schools partnership. This programme is one of the requirements for teacher candidate  before graduating from university. In  pandemic Covid 19, this programme had to be conducted virtually at some schools partnerships, if not, they had to repeat this programme in the next semester. This,  created positive and negative opinion and perception for teachers as internship students mentor, especially for schools partnership. Some various school parthnership’s  opinions  triggered the writter to  investigate and analize the evaluation of this  programme. This research is aimed to  collect and analize the data of school partneship’s opinion toward virtual Pre Service teacher training. The evaluation of this programme covered students’teaching performance, basic studnts’s competencies;  cognitive, affective, psikomotoric, social affective, and educative traits. The data were collected from the interveiw of  some PIC’S schools partnership especially teachers, headmasteres who  directly evaluated the  students’ virtual teaching performance. The qualitative research as the macro research.  The purposive sample is used to collect the data through interviews and the researcher  sent some questioraires. The findings showed that virtual students internship  resulted positive and  negative perceptions for school partnerships. Headmasters/PIC of students Internship and mentor chose the average of  positive argument and it resulted  88,1% while for the average of negative statement  it resulted 90,1 %. This means that negative perception is the findings. Negative percetion might appear because the school parnership doubt for not fulfilling the faculty’s demand. Some elements were difficult to be evaluated  but school partnership got benefits from this situation. 

Keywords


Service Teacher, School Partnership, EFL Teacher, Opinion

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