Transcript of "The Differences Between SBI and Regular Program Curriculum"
Study Program of Mathematics EducationUniversity of Bengkulu THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SCHOOLPROGRAM CURRICULUM AND REGULAR PROGRAM CURRICULUM
Study Program of Mathematics EducationUniversity of Bengkulu SNP (National Education Standards) Components Content Standards Graduates Competency Standards Educator and Education Personnel Standards Process Standards Infrastructure Standards Funding Standards Management Standards Educational Assessment Standards
Study Program of Mathematics Education University of BengkuluStandard of Learning Process based on SNP Planning the learning process. Implementation of the learning process. Assessment of learning outcomes. Supervision of the learning process, for the realization of the learning process effective and efficient.
Study Program of Mathematics Education University of BengkuluAdditional Standard of Learning Process in SBI Teaching and learning process in SBI to set an example for the school / madrasah others in the development of noble character, noble character, personality excellence, leadership, entrepreneurial spirit, patriotic spirit, and soul innovator. Applying ICT-based learning in all lesson. Enriched with superior school learning process model from one of the OECD countries and / or other developed countries that have a particular advantage in the field of education. Group learning science, math, and vocational core use English, while learning other subjects, except foreign language lessons, must use the Indonesian language.
Study Program of Mathematics Education University of BengkuluAdditional SKL (as X) from SKL Mathematics Maple that had been in the SNP Having the ability to explore and communicate mathematical ideas in written and spoken. Having the ability to reflect on their own ability or mathematical thinking. Having the mathematical ability by using specific ICT skills. Having a variety of mathematical problem solving strategies.
Study Program of Mathematics Education University of Bengkulu Strategies For Achieving Additional SKL in Mathematics Familiarize students to explore information from websites, libraries, or from other resources and ask them to present it to stakeholders (friends, teachers, or parents, etc.) in various forms: paper, props, etc. Familiarize students to write journal reflection learning. Familiarize the use of software and hardware mathematics in students learning activities. Equip teachers in training on problem solving strategies. Inserting non-routine problems that are challenging (category problem solving) systematically in teaching or in textbooks.