Development of Creativity based Literation Management Model in Junior High Schools (SMPN) Payakumbuh City

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This research paper was written against the background that the implementation of literacy activities at Payakumbuh City has not been running effectively and efficiently. Several technical and practical problems faced by school principals. The habit of reading 15 minutes at school has not been implemented well, because there is no literacy management model. For this reason, the authors have developed a creativity-based literacy management model as a solution to existing problems. This research and development design uses the Borg and Gall model which consists of ten stages which are constructed into four steps, i.e; preliminary studies, development, field testing and dissemination. The research subjects were the principal of junior high schools, Indonesian language teachers and library managers in Payakumbuh City. Data were collected through interviews, observations, questionnaires, and validation sheets. Quantitative data were processed using SPSS 20 and reduced qualitative data as suggested by Mattew and Huberman. The model validity obtained a mean of 4.53 with a very valid interpretation. The practicality level of the product was obtained by an average of 4.13 with 83.09%, which means that the literacy management model developed is practically used. Meanwhile, the effectiveness test reached 85.19 which means effective. Furthermore, the difference between the pre-test and post-test results obtained 32.13 points, this means that there is an increase in the principal's ability to manage management.




Dasril*, Rusdinal, & Yahya. (2021). Development of Creativity based Literation Management Model in Junior High Schools (SMPN) Payakumbuh City. International Journal of Management and Humanities, 5(7), 82–88.

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