Information System Design in Majoring the Interest and Talent of Productive Prospective Teacher of Informatics Education Students Using the AHP Method
Abstract. Determining the location of Teacher Training and Education Faculty student
placement in the teaching practice (PPL) based on the competencies of students is very
important for the process of developing the skills of the students majoring in
Informatics Education at the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education (FKIP)as
productive teacher candidates. This is important for the suitability of the competencies
of students with the competencies possessed by the school where the students
doteaching practice. To facilitate the lecturers who are the committee for the
implementation of teaching practice activities in determining the location of the
students teaching practice, a decision support system is needed combined with the
Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) method. This system will process students’ value
data from the beginning of the semester in each subject to get the competency of the
students. The system also processes school data along with the competencies the school
has to get the percentage of priority that is used as the basis for the placement of Faculty
of Teacher Training and Education students. By placing the students in a school whose
competencies are in accordance with the students’ competencies, the students are
expected to be able to develop skills as an educator and can use the technological skills
they have more maximally.
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