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Published: 08 July 2022

CIPP Evaluation Model for Vocational Education: A Critical Review

Gede Ratnaya, Retno Indriaswuri, Desak Gede Chandra Widayanthi, I Made Purwa Dana Atmaja, A.A. Gede Putra K.P. Dalem

Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Indonesia), Politeknik Pariwisata Bali (Indonesia)

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10.31014/aior.1993.05.03.519

Pages: 1-8

Keywords: CIPP, Evaluation, Vocational Education

Abstract

The CIPP model has been widely used in the evaluation of vocational education. However, there has been no research that examines the suitability of CIPP in evaluating vocational education. Therefore, this study examined the suitability of CIPP in evaluating vocational education through a literature review. This research was a literature review using the narrative review method. Based on the results and discussion, it was concluded that the CIPP model could provide a real picture of the conditions that occur in programs implemented in vocational education and could be the basis for providing recommendations for solutions given to the constraints found in the four dimensions contained in the models. However, weaknesses were found in the evaluators who had not been able to provide in-depth analysis of the problems that needed to be improved and given solutions so that the evaluation stage was still on the surface of the program being implemented. As a recommendation, it was suggested that the implementation of evaluation activities could not only be emphasized on the model used but also on who was doing the evaluation (evaluator) and the accuracy of the program with the subject that was used as a source of information in determining the success of a program.

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