Development of Learning Devices Commercial Graphic Based Planning Project
AbstractThe purpose of this study was to develop a learning model based Commercial Graphic Design project-based learning approach, was chosen as a strategy in the learning product development research. University students as the target audience of this model are the students of the fifth semester Visual Communications Design Studies Program Faculty of Art and Design University of Trisakti. Dick, Carey, and Carey models of Research and Development (R and D) are applied to develop this model. The model consists of the systematic phase used to develop products Commercial Graphics. Results of learning products reviewed by expert instructional design, instructional material expert, and instructional media specialist. A series of formative evaluation session - a review and revision process - undertaken in developing this learning products. The results showed that the learning model Commercial Graphics implemented a project-based approach has been improving learning outcomes better than the target - the students of the fifth semester Visual Communications Design Studies Program Faculty of Art and Design University of Trisakti. The results of the research and development of this model in the category of Good. Product effectiveness learning materials can be seen from the test results of students before reading the book knowledge and test results after reading the book. The average value of pre-test result is 64,4, while the result of posttest result is 78,80 The result shows improvement of learning result, test value shows bigger than 17,36 means, and it can be concluded that the learning materials product can improve student learning outcomes . The result of observation from class also shows result of achievement of indicator with answer yes is, 100%, for opening activity, 98,33%, for core activity.
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Riyanti, M. “Development of Learning Devices Commercial Graphic Based Planning Project”. International Journal of Education, Training and Learning, Vol. 2, no. 1, Feb. 2018, pp. 1-6, doi:https://doi.org/10.33094/6.2017.2018.21.1.6. Accessed 24 Apr. 2019.
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