Development of Product Based Learning-Teaching Factory in the Disruption Era

  • John Friadi, Ganefri, Ridwan , Raimon Efendi

Abstract

Based on preliminary studies and needs analysis conducted on learning web programming and mobile devices, it was found that the learning problem was not optimal. This study aims to develop a product-based learning model and teaching factory in Vocational Education that is valid, effective and practical. This research is a Research and Development, referring to the ADDIE model. The analysis technique uses Aiken'V test, and validity uses expert testing and Focus Group Discussion Practical tests are carried out on the application of products to students in the form of a product practicality questionnaire and to test product effectiveness with Two-Group Pretest and Postest Design experiments.  The results of effectiveness tests for classes and limited classes are considered effective. Product-Based Learning Factory Learning Model uses 6 steps; need product analysis, design, product manufacture, product testing, product evaluation, and business plan making. This is evidenced by the competence of students between the control class and the experimental class, before being treated can be said to be almost the same, there is no significant difference. Improved learning outcomes that have been generated in the cognitive aspects are 20.70%, psychomotor aspects 18.32.68%, and affective aspects are 20.11%. From the three aspects of competence, it has a better impact on the application of practical material learning techniques. by adopting a model of Product-Based Learning Factory Learning that is feasible to apply.

Published
2020-04-30
How to Cite
John Friadi, Ganefri, Ridwan , Raimon Efendi. (2020). Development of Product Based Learning-Teaching Factory in the Disruption Era. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(06), 1887 - 1898. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/12892