E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 3, Issue 4, 2023

Management of Agricultural Boarding School Curriculum Implementation to Improve Agripreneurship and Food Security Darul Fallah Agricultural Boarding School Bogor

Author(s): Sularno, Masyitoh, Gofur Ahmad


This study aims to comprehensively analyze and find curriculum formulation planning and curriculum learning implementation and analyze and control/monitor curriculum evaluation to improve agripreneurship and food security of Darul Fallah Bogor Agricultural Boarding School. This research uses a phenomenological approach through direct observation, documentation studies, and in-depth interviews. Technical data analysis uses data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion narration. The validity and reliability of research results are measured by four criteria: credibility, transferability, dependability, and confirmability.

The results showed that designing and formulating the Darul Fallah Bogor Agricultural Islamic boarding school curriculum refers to the history of its establishment, educational figures, and experts and combines the Islamic boarding school curriculum and the local content curriculum. Meanwhile, the curriculum implementation is carried out through the stages of developing field practice programs, implementing learning with an integrated education system, entrepreneurial activities, food security, non-formal education activities and community development, extracurricular activities, service to the community, life skills education, graduates success profile and integration of learning implementation. To monitor and evaluate supporting and inhibiting factors for the performance of the agricultural curriculum using continuous monitoring at the time of the student internship, presenting entrepreneurs where the student's intern, graduates, the Ministry of Religious Affairs, and the local education office.

Keywords: Curriculum Implementation Management, Agripreneur, and Resilience Food, Islamic Boarding School

Pages: 335-339

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