Correlation Analysis Between Practicality and Effectiveness of Physical Education Curriculum in Senior High School
In education, the curriculum is the most important needs. It becomes a practice guidance for teachers. Moreover, the curriculum was made to be implemented, so that the most important measurement of good curriculum is the practical aspect. This research is classified as quantitative research with statistical correlation analysis. The research data were collected through a questionnaire distributed online in the form of a Google Form application containing curriculum implementation. This research used participants of National Webinar entitled "Physical Education and Sports for Millennials in the New Normal Era". Furthermore, data processing was carried out through the SPSS application and analyzed by means of a single average test (one sample t-test) and correlation. From the results of the correlation test analysis, it was found that the correlation between the practicality value and the effectiveness was 0.776. The limitation of this research was that the researcher only examined the high school curriculum. It did not examine the curriculum in elementary and junior high schools. This research concluded that the curriculum for Physical Education, Sports and Health subjects has met the practicality criteria and effectiveness criteria, and there is a relationship between practicality and curriculum effectiveness. The more practical a curriculum is, the more effective the curriculum will be.
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