How the CIPP model assesses the entrepreneurial education program

From the micro entrepreneurs’ perspective

Tengku Maaidah Tengku A Razak, Muhammad Sabri Haron, Nor Aishah Buang

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The entrepreneurial education program is very important in forming an entrepreneurial culture in the society, and further provides knowledge in business management and personal finance management systematically. Thus, the assessment on the entrepreneurial education program serves to be an action process which resolves and improves the issue of management involving two parties namely the organiser and the participant. Thus, this conceptual paper seeks to analyse how the CIPP Model assessment CIPP approach is apt to be used to give feedback to the organiser to enable the program to make decision whether to continue, to improve or to end a program. The outcome of the assessment process involves the steps of planning, designing, implementing also evaluating the effectiveness. The CIPP Model assessment approach is chosen because it is a comprehensive model covering the context, input, Process and Product. The output evaluation in the CIPP Model Assessment development was created in 1971 (Stufflebeam 1971), and it was even used widely by various parties (Stufflebeam 2002). Thus, Daniel (CIPP) 2007 explains that this model is often used to assess the evocativeness of the training program. This study intends to identify the method of use of the CIPP model to help organisers and participants to reach the objectives of the entrepreneurial education program which is to generate skilled entrepreneurs and to apply a good business practice that they can become successful in their own entrepreneurial fields. The CIPP model is able to show the outcome of the implementation of the entrepreneurial education program and its effectiveness comprehensively.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)70-78
Number of pages9
JournalTurkish Online Journal of Educational Technology
Volume2017
Issue numberNovember Special Issue INTE
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2017

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Keywords

  • Cipp model and the model assessments
  • Entrepreneurial education
  • Entrepreneurial education curriculum
  • Entrepreneurial program

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How the CIPP model assesses the entrepreneurial education program : From the micro entrepreneurs’ perspective. / A Razak, Tengku Maaidah Tengku; Haron, Muhammad Sabri; Buang, Nor Aishah.

In: Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology, Vol. 2017, No. November Special Issue INTE, 01.11.2017, p. 70-78.

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A Razak, Tengku Maaidah Tengku ; Haron, Muhammad Sabri ; Buang, Nor Aishah. / How the CIPP model assesses the entrepreneurial education program : From the micro entrepreneurs’ perspective. In: Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology. 2017 ; Vol. 2017, No. November Special Issue INTE. pp. 70-78.
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