Evaluasi Proses Pembelajaran Desain Grafis Di Smk Bopkri 1 Yogyakarta Melalui Program Model CIPP


  • Made Aditya Abhi Ganika Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta




Evaluation, CIPP, Process, Learning, Graphic Design


This study aims to review the application of the CIPP framework (Context, Input, Process, Product) in assessing the success of student education in the field of Graphic Design, as well as to measure the success of Graphic Design teaching methods through the application of the CIPP framework at SMK Bopkri 1 Yogyakarta. The success of teaching methods is assessed based on the achievement of educational objectives set at the beginning of the educational session. This study is conducted through a qualitative approach, utilizing the CIPP framework to evaluate context, input, process, and product aspects to optimize learning effectiveness. The study data were obtained from Graphic Design lecturers, curriculum representatives, and the Principal of SMK Bopkri 1 Yogyakarta. Primary data collection was carried out through observation, while secondary data were obtained from documents and interview sessions. Observational data analysis was conducted quantitatively, whereas data from documents and interviews were examined through descriptive qualitative analysis. The study results indicate that the implementation of teaching methods, including the requirements and activities undertaken, is considered adequately effective.