Portrait of Scientific Publication of Teachers of SMK N 3 Yogyakarta


  • Agustina Sri Purnami Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa
  • Suyono Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa
  • Veni Sucahyani Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa
  • Goutam Majhi University of Calcutta


Scientific Publications, Teachers, Motivation


Teachers as professionals, in carrying out their duties, are required to carry out continuous professional development. As a professional teacher, it is obligatory to publish scientific publications in the form of research results or ideas for formal education. The background of the problem in this research is the teacher's weakness in scientific publications. These weaknesses are partly due to: weak teacher motivation in writing, lack of reading, lack of writing culture in schools, lack of teacher language skills, and unsystematic thinking. The purpose of this study is to uncover the basic problems that cause teachers at SMK Negeri 3 Yogyakarta, then the solution will be sought. The stages of the research method carried out are exploratory studies on the problems encountered. Data collection techniques with questionnaire techniques and interview techniques. The data obtained were then triangulated, followed by data analysis. The data analysis technique used is according to Miles and Huberman in Sugiyono (2013: 404). Data analysis in this study was carried out through (1) data reduction, (2) data presentation, (3) data verification, and (4) drawing conclusions, and checking the validity of the data through triangulation. The results of the study (1) more than 90% of teachers understand and understand the duties of professional teachers; (2) 73.5% of teachers sometimes have difficulty carrying out sustainable development; (3) More than 90% of the teachers feel happy when research assistance is carried out up to the research output. The conclusion of the research is that teachers are stuck in routine activities, teachers do not have time for professional development, especially scientific publications. The most interesting finding is that the teachers already feel comfortable with the current conditions and do not have the motivation to develop.