Profesional Supervision Model: Development of Clinical Supervision Instruments for Teachers of Islamic Education Through a Multi-Faceted Rasch Model


This study aims to develop (i) clinical supervision instruments for Islamic Religious Education teachers, and (ii) know the validity and reliability of clinical supervision instruments for Islamic Religious Education teachers. This research follows a quantitative non-experimental design. The subjects of this study were the Islamic Religious Education teachers in Bekasi Regency in the 2019/2020 school year. A survey method was used with a questionnaire using rubrics. The instrument development steps were: synthesizing theories; formulating constructs; developing dimensions and indicators; compiling instrument lattices; compiling and writing items; validating theory and empiricism as well as revising; empirical trials and readability; calculating instrument reliability; conducting repair and communicate to experts; reassemble the items of valid and reliable instruments to be made the final instrument. In the theoretical trial phase (the construct validity testing phase involving instrument development experts, clinical supervision experts, and linguists), data from the expert assessment results were analyzed with the help of the Rasch Multi-Rater Facet (MRFR) using facet software assistance.

Keywords: clinical supervision, performance, multirater facet

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