American International Journal of Social Science

ISSN 2325-4149(Print), ISSN 2325-4165(Online) DIO: 10.30845/aijss

The Historical Learning based on Vocational Skills in Non-Formal Education
Ranulin Windarsari, Djono, Sunardi

This research aims to determine the implementation of vocational skills in presenting learning in non-formal education. The research method used is qualitative descriptive. The subjects in this research are historical educator or tutor, the headmaster, the manager, and the students of non-formal education as the respondents. The data analysis technique used is qualitative analysis technique of inductive model. The footage technique used is purposive sampling technique. This research results shown that the learning pattern of non-formal education includeed face-to-face learning of 20%, tutorial of 30% and independent activities of 50%. The independent activities are required to process the learners' life skills through working practice or individual tasks. One of the independent activities of historical learning in non-formal education is through historical learning based on KTSP curriculum which honors the local autonomy. Learners are required to develop the life skills which are adapted to the local autonomy and historical learning.

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