Palu, 13/8 (IAIN Palu Public Relations) -Rector of IAIN Palu, Central Sulawesi, Prof. Dr. H Sagaf S Pettalongi, in Palu, on Monday appealed to students participating in the Field Experience Practice (PPL) to live the practice well.
"I hope all of the students follow PPL properly. Because this will be continued in programs through PPG," said Prof. Sagaf Pettalongi when delivering a speech at the opening of debriefing of 384 PPL participants at Tarbiyah Faculty.
PPL is one of the academic processes that must be taken by students before earning a bachelor's degree.
The Education Management Expert said that PPL is an intracuricular academic activity. Therefore there are indicators and measures of achievement that must be undertaken by students in the practice of field experience.
"PPL is also related to SKS that must be taken by each student. As an intracuricular activity there are indicators as a standard of learning output, even though the learning is in the form of practical activities," said Sagaf Pettalongi.
According to him, in the learning process there are three aspects or things that are integrated. First, the cognitive domain is based on intellectual aspects.
Second, psychomotor domain (psychomotor domain) contains behaviors that emphasize aspects of motor skills, and third is affective domain, containing behaviors that emphasize aspects of feelings and emotions.
"Well, PPL participants are prospective teachers. The size of a teacher's potential is seen from the cognitive, psychomotor and affective aspects," he said.
Around 384 Tarbiyah Faculty students at the State Islamic Institute (IAIN) Palu followed the briefing to prepare for Field Experience Practices (PPL) in the IAIN auditorium in Palu, Monday - Tuesday.
384 participants consisted of 178 people in Islamic education, 75 people in Islamic education management, 38 people in Arabic language education, 32 people in madrasah teacher education, 32 people in Islamic early childhood education, and 28 students from English tadris.
Participants will be placed in madrassas, elementary / middle / high school level equals in Palu for a full month.
PPL is designed with several objectives, one of which is guiding students to become individuals who have the values, attitudes, and skills needed in the formation of the teaching profession