Relationship of Innovation Characteristics with Teacher Adoption Levels on KKNI-Based Curriculum

Reny Yuli Aspiani, Nyoman Sridana, Sukardi Sukardi


This study uses a quantitative approach. Quantitative approaches are used to examine changes in social typologies of certain groups. In behavioral and social research, the relationship between two or more variables from two variables can be done with the type of expose facto research. This study will discuss the relationship between the diffusion of innovation and the level of adoption of vocational teachers from the KKNI curriculum. The population of this study was 1314 East Lombok Vocational School teachers consisting of 205 PNS teachers and 1109 honorary teachers. The sample of this study was 135 people who were obtained by using simple random sampling technique. Data collection techniques used in this study are questionnaire, and observations. The data analysis technique used in this study is a regression analysis. The result of this study are there is a relationship between the characteristics of innovation with the level of innovation adoption of teachers to KKNI-based SMK curriculum in East Lombok Regency with a percentage of influence of 54.9%. This shows that the differences in the characteristics of innovation make teachers more enthusiastic about adopting innovation


Innovation Characteristics; Teacher Adoption Levels; KKNI-Based Curriculum

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