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Title: DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHER RESOURCES: MULTI CASE STUDY ON THREE EDUCATION OFFICES IN NORTH SULAWESI PROVINCE
Authors: Rotty, Viktory Nicodemus Joufree
Senduk, Johanis Frans
Binilang, Benny B
Naharia, Orbanus
Keywords: Teacher
education office
teacher resource development
North Sulawesi
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: SAVAP International
Series/Report no.: Educational Research International;Vol.6, Number 4
Abstract: This study refers to understanding and phenomenon of education, Education Office, and the development of teacher resources. The research intends to gain an in-depth understanding of the concept or pattern of teacher resource development at Education Office of Bitung City, Education Office of Tomohon City, Education Office of Manado City in North Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. The focus of this research emphasizes the development of teacher resources, teacher resource development planning, implementation of teacher resource development, and monitoring and evaluation of teacher resource development. This research uses qualitative approach with multi case study design. The main data collection techniques are in-depth interview and then completed with document study techniques/literature and obeservation. Data analysis is done while data collection and after data collected intact. Technical data analysis is data collection, data simplification, and data deduction. Check the validity of research findings through credibility, transferability, dependability, and confirmability. The results of this study are expected to provide benefits both theoretically and practically
URI: http://localhost:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/171
ISSN: 2307-3713
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