Model-based collaborative for professionalism of sports and health physical education teachers in Indonesia?
Keywords:Model-based collaborative, teacher development, teacher profesionalism
Enhancing teachers’ professionalism has been a challenge and the policy researchers are responding to this issue by providing teacher development program. Some ideas and model for development teachers’ professionalism have been advocated by preliminary studies. However, there is a lack of empirical studies that focusing on the development model as it linearly affects to teachers’ development. This study aims to implement and evaluate a model-based collaborative for sports and health physical education teachers in Indonesia. This study elaborated both a mixed-methods approach to gain a deeper understanding for this phenomenon. The findings indicate that the coaching model has been revised so that it can be accurately and easily understood and feasible to apply. Second, in a process, the coaching model can be applied smoothly and efficiently, is perceived positively by the teacher, and can increase teacher motivation to participate in the coaching process. Lastly, the application of the coaching model can improve the cognitive abilities of teachers, and is proven to be practically applicable to improve teacher professionalism in carrying out learning.
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