Development of Evaluation Instrument Context, Input, Process, Product (CIPP) Learning Program in Politeknik Negeri Bali Environment
The study aimed to get valid and reliable CIPP model program evaluation instrument to measure effectiveness level of learning implementation in Politeknik Negeri Bali, in terms of component: context, Input, Process, and product. This study is a research and development (R & D) using nine from 10 steps Borg and Gall models. The evaluation model used is the Stufflebeam evaluation model CIPP. Data were collected using questionnaires, interviews, observations, and document studies. Number of questionnaire test subjects for 45 students, 20 lecturer questionnaires, questionnaire for Head of Study program 4 peoples, and admin questionnaire 6 peoples. The validity of the contents of the instrument is determined using the Aiken's suggested (V) agreement index, involving 5 validators. Item instrument validity was analyzed by using bivariate correlation between each score indicator with total score, instrument reliability was analyzed formula alfa cronbach formula using SPSS 23.00 for windows. The results showed: content validity using expert judgement with Aiken's index coefficient for 0.78 mean input component is classified as very good and feasible to use, the coefficient for average context component of 0.79 classification is very good and feasible to use, and for flat process components 0.76 classification is very good and feasible to use. The grain validity of all instrument grains has a correlation coefficient r > 0.232 and satisfies the reliability coefficient α > 0.70. The result of evaluation of learning program of total contex component is at least good enough 93%. The total input component is at least 85% good enough. The total process component is at least quite good at 79.4%. Head of departement and head of study program from each department through UP2AI can use this instrument to evaluate the implementation of the learning process in Politeknik Negeri Bali.