Evaluation Study of the Curriculum Physical Education in Senior High School as The Implementer of Curriculum 2013
Joko Sutomo, Sugiyanto, Agus Kristiyanto

This study aims to describe the level of quality of the implementation curriculum in physical education and the problems faced in its implementation, so that the 2013 curriculum can be improved its quality. This study uses mixed-method research in the evaluation that adopted CIPP evaluation model. The variable of context, input, process, and product are measured by using questionnaires that combined with interview, observation and documentation. The validity of data used concurrent triangulation technique. The data analysis used interactive model. The conclusion that presented is the result of data presentation in the form of quantitative data and qualitative data that mutually reinforce. The results showed high quality (77.33%) in context variables, high quality (82.20%) on input variables, high quality (87%) on process variables, and high quality (86.40) on product variables. The obstacles which are found that teachers are less than optimal in applying technology bases, difficulty in implementing problem-based learning and learning strategies, limited availability of learning infrastructure facilities, and less precise in the selection of assessment strategies. Based on the result of this evaluation research, it can be concluded that the implementation of physical education curriculum in Senior High School which implemented curriculum 2013 reaches high quality level, but it needs to be improved its quality.

Full Text: PDF     DOI: 10.15640/jpesm.v5n1a6