Critical Analysis of Teacher’s Competence: Review of Act 14 of 2005, Article10, Paragraph 1
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- Teacher’s competence, constitution.
- Professional teachers are expected to have good competencies conceptually and practically so that they could have maximum role and function in the teaching-learning process. Conceptual reconstruction in the law needs to be proposed to make teachers’ competencies better in the globalized era. This paper discusses the competencies stated in the government regulations on teachers’ competence in Act 14 of 2005, article 8, 10, 28 Paragraph 1 and 3 according to educator standards (National Education Standards). The research is conducted by doing a critical review on the scope of the competencies referred to the law, so that conceptual readiness can be followed up in the education process to shape the competencies needed by the teacher to fit in with the needs and demands. The method used in this discussion is content analysis with inductive and deductive towards the scope of internal teachers’ competence based on government regulation as a primary source with a qualitative approach. The discussion produced the fact that the scope of teachers’ competence in government regulation is not sufficient to apply to the current reality and future educational needs. This study recommends adding two competencies in Act 14 of 2005, article 10 Paragraph 1 so that the scope is made up of six competencies, namely professional, pedagogical, personality, social, leadership, and spiritual.
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TY - CONF AU - Muhammad Syafi'i PY - 2019/10 DA - 2019/10 TI - Critical Analysis of Teacher’s Competence: Review of Act 14 of 2005, Article10, Paragraph 1 BT - Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Community Development (ICCD 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 358 EP - 361 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/iccd-19.2019.94 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/iccd-19.2019.94 ID - Syafi'i2019/10 ER -