The National Curriculum in Indonesia: Learning Outcomes

10 Pages Posted: 12 Jun 2019

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State University of Jakarta

Rizkia Ramadanti

Jakarta State University

Date Written: May 28, 2019


The curriculum is the core of education. The curriculum is a tool to achieve educational goals, as well as guidance on education. The curriculum not only emphasizes description of measurable learning outcomes and qualifications expected. Indonesia has experienced several changes in the curriculum. Completion of the curriculum done to meet global demands. The curriculum in Indonesia illustrates that different school subjects aimed at presenting competence as a core category. These objectives are described as what should be known, understood, and do students; in other words, they are described as learning outcomes. The results, as stated above, can be defined as learning outcomes that can be demonstrated by students at the end of a significant learning experience; moreover, the statement of the desired learning outcomes expressed in terms which clearly shows how student achievement can be measured.

Keywords: Indonesian Curriculum

Suggested Citation

, Suparno and Ramadanti, Rizkia, The National Curriculum in Indonesia: Learning Outcomes (May 28, 2019). Available at SSRN:

Suparno (Contact Author)

State University of Jakarta

Jalan Rawamangun Muka no 1
Jakarta Timur, ID jakarta 13220

Rizkia Ramadanti

Jakarta State University ( email )

East Jakarta, 13220

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