Sustainable Agriculture in Vocational High School (SMK) agriculture major: CIPP evaluation model

Fitriani. R ,Usman Rianse ,Jamaluddin Hos ,Idrus Salam
Keywords: sustainable agriculture, evaluation, curriculum, teacher productive, mechanization ,


The transformation of conventional agriculture towards sustainable agriculture requires the role of formal education. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the implementation of sustainable agriculture in agricultural vocational schools using the CIPP evaluation model which consists of context, inputs, processes, and products. The methods used in this study are descriptive qualitative and CIPP evaluation models. Research informants were selected using the purposive sampling method with the consideration of productive teachers in agriculture who teach on the competence of Agribusiness Food and Vegetable Crops (ATPH) expertise. The research locations are SMKN 1 Kusambi, SMKN 1 Baula, SMKN 9 Konawe Selatan, SMKN 5 Kendari, and SMKN SPP Wawotobi. Data collection is carried out through interviews, observations, and documentation reviews. The data obtained were analyzed by Miles and Huberman. The results showed that: (1) the importance of pro-sustainable agriculture regulation in agricultural vocational high schools, (2) socialization of sustainable agriculture at the productive teacher level, (3) teaching materials with a sustainable agriculture paradigm, (4) improving agricultural facilities and mechanization