Adaptive Curriculum Development on Tourism Vocational Secondary Education

Yulia Rahmawati, Lelly Alhapip, Mokhammad Syaom Barliana, Ana A., Vina Dwiyanti


The presence of industrial revolution 4.0 brought various changes and shifts that occurred in industry and had an impact on vocational secondary education which was closely related to industry. This study aims to analyze the curriculum for vocational secondary education in middle of industrial revolution 4.0 era. The method used is literature review through scientific articles indexed in the last 10 years and focus group discussions with teachers, practitioners in tourism sector and curriculum experts. The findings of this study indicate the adaptive curricula as a modified curriculum model that adapts to situations, conditions, and needs in the field. It is necessary to reconstruct curriculum content in Vocational Secondary Education by optimizing cooperation with industry and the world of work. In addition, strengthening the ability of Literacy, Language and Numerical (LLN), Employability Skills (ES), transferable skills (TS) that are integrated in a comprehensive range of subjects are the main assets for vocational secondary education students to be more adaptive in facing and winning the competition for various changes, shifts that occur in the industry and world of work that a very massive.

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