EVALUATING ENGLISH TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE LOCAL PEOPLE OF KAMPUNG NG INGGRIS KEBUMEN BASED ON CIPP

  • Hastri Firharmawan University of Ma’arif Nahdlatul Ulama Kebumen
  • Alek Andika University of Ma’arif Nahdlatul Ulama Kebumen
Keywords: evaluation, CIPP, English training program

Abstract

Evaluating a program is an important process by which program administrators can
see the program effectiveness and make right decision about the program. This study
was to evaluate the effectiveness of the English training program for the local people of
KampungInggrisKebumen (KIK) at Jatijajar village, Ayah, Kebumen. The evaluation
was conducted qualitatively by using CIPP evaluation model which focused on
evaluating contexts, inputs, processes, and products of the program. The research
involved the students, the tutors, and the chief of the program. Data were obtained
through observation, in depth interview, and analysis of the documents gained. The
data were analyzed through four steps, namely: 1) Data collecting, 2) Data reducing,
3) Data serving; and, 4) Concluding or verifying. Data sources triangulation was used
for data validating. The research discovered that the program was ineffective due to
four main factors. First, the context of teaching-learning was less supportive to the
program success. Second, the inputs were in lack of quality. Third, the teachinglearning
process did not show good teaching practices. Fourth, the course products did
not reflect the program goals.This proves Dunkin’s and Biddle’s theory (1974) that
context, presage, process, and product variables are interrelated to affect the success
of teaching-learning for a course program.

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Published
2019-03-28
How to Cite
Firharmawan, H., & Andika, A. (2019). EVALUATING ENGLISH TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE LOCAL PEOPLE OF KAMPUNG NG INGGRIS KEBUMEN BASED ON CIPP. Cakrawala: Jurnal Manajemen Pendidikan Islam Dan Studi Sosial, 3(1), 47-57. Retrieved from http://ejournal.iainu-kebumen.ac.id/index.php/cka/article/view/113
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