Students Perception of the Management of the Teaching Interenship Program During the Covid-19 Pandemic

  • Sumadi
  • Ifa Aristia Sandra Ekayati
  • Dwi Imam Efendi
Keywords: Students perception, management of the teaching internship program


This study aims to describe students  perceptions of the preparation, implementation, and  results  of the management of the teaching internship program during the Covid-19 pandemic. The data collection technique is done through a questionnaire. The students' perceptions are expressed in five levels category, that is very good category, good category, fair category, poor category, and very poor category. The results showed that the students' perceptions of: (1) the components of the preparation of managers in teaching internship program were in the fair category, (2) the components of the implementation of the teaching internship program showed a good category, and (3) the components of the results of the implementation of the teaching internship program were in good category. In general, the conclusion of this study shows that students' perceptions of the management of the teaching internship program during the Covid-19 pandemic are in a good category.


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