Quality-Based Principal’s Leadership A Site Study At SDN Petompon 2 Semarang, Educational Official Technical Implementation Unit Gajahmungkur Semarang
There are three objectives of this research. They are describing the characteristic of the quality-based Principal leadership, the characteristic of the implementation of the quality-based Principal leadership, and classifying the characteristic of the quality-based principal leadership result in SDN Petompon 2 Semarang. It is a qualitative study and ethnography design that was conducted at SDN Petompon 2 Semarang. The main subject was principal and teachers. The data are people, event, document, and artifact. Data collection technique uses observation, interview, and documentation. The steps of analyzing data are data collection, data reduction, data display, and conclusion. Data validity included triangulation of data sources and method of data collection. Based on the analyzed data, the writer finds three results. Firstly, the characteristics of of the qualitybased Principal leadership are indicated by the qualified principal leadership that can be seen from his success in (1) managing the academic and non academic activities; determining the school programs, (2) formulating the school policies, (3) creating the school program and formulation of the steps to do those programs; (4) organizing activities, (5) motivating teachers in the implementation of school programs; (6) controling his activities that is to evaluate the implementation of school programs, (7) evaluating the performance of teachers and other personnel. Secondly, the characteristics of the implementation of the quality-based Principal leadership is shown (1) implementing the internal supervision in learning activity, (2) giving an additional time for the fifth and sixth grade students, (3) doing a preparation for students that join a subject competition and achievement student, (4) holding an extracurricular to improve students’ ability in Sport and Art, (5) conducting an administrative supervision and learning administration, (6) motivating his subordinates, and (7) supervising all school members regularly every month. Finnaly, the characteristics of the quality-based principal leadership result can be seen from several strudents’ achievement in district level, regency, provincial, and national level of sport, art, and skills. In addition, the teacher can increase their discipline and improve their teaching activity.