Pengelolaan Ukuran Rombongan Belajar Dan Siswa Per-Rombel dalam Upaya Peningkatan Kualitas Lulusan Menyongsong Society 5.0
The development of the world of education is currently entering a very important period, especially in welcoming society 5.0. Society 5.0 can be interpreted as a human-centered and technology-based concept of society. Efforts by the Government not only provide quality education services, but also the continuation of education itself. In this era students are required to have the ability to solve complex problems, critical thinking, and creativity. In an effort to realize and maximize students' abilities, it is necessary to limit the size of the class and student per class in schools to create an effective teaching and learning environment. The purpose of this study is to determine the maximum limit of the size of the class and students per class that is most effective against the quality of graduates in welcoming society 5.0. This study uses secondary data analysis about the number of classes, students per class, and national examination results. The sample of this study is all vocational schools in Indonesia in 2018. The selection of vocational samples because graduates are prepared to be ready to work so that the impact of the regulation of student and student size per class will be very effective in efforts to improve the quality of graduates. Based on the results of calculations, to achieve the best quality graduates, the maximum number of Vocational Level classes is 54 classes with a total of 35 students per class.
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