Implementation of Project Based Learning Model to Increase Students’ Competence in Machining Work
Wahyu Kurniawan, Agung Budiono
Available Online July 2018.
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- project based learning model, matching work
- Students’ skills in machining work are low. Although they are able to complete the worksheet, the result is much deviate from the science of machining process. In other words they use the principle of origin (size of not precision) without based on the rules in the machining process. The purpose of this research is to improve the work skills of machining process of mechanical engineering students of State University of Surabaya through the application of project-based learning model viewed from the activities of lecturers, students’ activities, and students’ learning outcomes (cognitive and psychomotor) after attending lectures of machining practice using project based learning model. This type of research includes classroom action research with the use of practical guides in the teaching and learning process. Based on the results of data analysis and discussion, the researchers can conclude that the implementation of project-based learning model was proven to improve the machining skills of machining process. This is based on the observation of activities of lecturers, students’ activities, and students’ learning outcomes with the following description; (1) The most dominant lecturer activity in cycle I and cycle II is to monitor students in project completion, 45% in the first cycle and 55% in the second cycle. This shows that the role of the lecturer is as the facilitator so that the students become more dominant during the lesson; (2) The most dominant student activity is completing the project monitored by the lecturer, 42% in the first cycle and 46.5% in the second cycle. This indicates that the lecturer acts as a facilitator so as to give a lot of time to the students to develop their own potential, especially in machining skills; and (3) The completeness of students’ cognitive learning result is classically increased from cycle I to II, with the 90% as the percentage of classical completeness in cycle I and 100% in cycle II. For the completeness of psychomotor learning outcomes of students, it also increased with percentage of 70% in cycle I to 100% in cycle II. This shows that students’ learning outcomes can be declared "competent".
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TY - CONF AU - Wahyu Kurniawan AU - Agung Budiono PY - 2018/07 DA - 2018/07 TI - Implementation of Project Based Learning Model to Increase Students’ Competence in Machining Work PB - Atlantis Press SP - 77 EP - 82 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/aptekindo-18.2018.17 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/aptekindo-18.2018.17 ID - Kurniawan2018/07 ER -