The Contribution of the Self-Efficacy of Curriculum Development Team and Curriculum Document Quality to the Implementation of Diversified Curriculum in Indonesia

Volume 02 - Issue 03
Rudi Susilana Asra Herlina
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The aim of this study is to describe how the self-efficacy of curriculum development team (CDT) and curriculum document quality contributed to the implementation of diversified curriculum in elementary schools. This research is a survey study using descriptive method. Schools were the unit of analysis while respondents selected from the schools consisted of headmaster, teacher, and students. The instruments used were a questionnaire and curriculum document review. Data were analyzed using path analysis. The findings suggest that the self-efficacy of the CDT and curriculum document quality contributed simultaneously to the quality of diversified curriculum implementation in elementary schools.


  • diversified curriculum
  • self-efficacy
  • curriculum document
  • curriculum implementation
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