Development of Project-Based Instructional Models for Interior Planning 3 Courses, Fakulty of Art and Design Trisakti University

Dewanti, Asih Retno, Wibawa, Basuki and Idris, Asmaniar (2017) Development of Project-Based Instructional Models for Interior Planning 3 Courses, Fakulty of Art and Design Trisakti University. American Journal of Education Research, 5 (10). ISSN 2327-6126

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Abstract

This study aims to increase the final value in the course of Interior Planning 3, Faculty of Art and Design – Trisakti University. The research based on acquisition of value over the last 5 years, from star of Academic Year 2010/2011 to Academic Year 2014/2015 in Odd and Even Semesters. The condition is that almost all students have difficulties to complete the task in the form of Portfolio correctly, on time and representative. This research refers to The Dick and Carey Instructional Models up to the ninth step combined with the John Larmer Project-Based Learning Model from the Buck Institute for education in the sixth step and the Interior Design Planning Concept, with research subjects being Interior students, Faculty of Art and Design – Trisakti University. The experimental research has been done through expert validation, such as: Instructional Design, Media and Instructional Materials and conducted on the students by conducting Pre-Test and Post-Test ‘One to one’ test for 3 students, Small Group trials with 9 Students, Field trials I with 15 students and Field trials with 31 students. The trial is declared viable and effective to be developed and applied to the Interior Planning 3 Courses so that students can complete Portfolio assignments correctly, timely and representative with a project-based approach in the design process, where students are able to think creatively, independently and collaboratively work in do: Gathers information both from literature and field surveys as ‘Input’, conducts a ‘Process’ of study and analysis of the collected information to determine the design concept as the end result or ‘Output’. The results of this study are recommended in the form of: Textbooks, Lecturer Guides and Student Guides. Thus it can be concluded that this Project-Based Learning Model can increase the final grade of students in the Course of Interior Planning 3, Faculty of Art and Design – Trisakti University

Item Type: Article
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Art and Design > Undergraduate Program in Interior Design
Depositing User: FSRD Trisakti
Date Deposited: 13 Mar 2018 06:28
Last Modified: 13 Mar 2018 06:28
URI: http://libprint.trisakti.ac.id/id/eprint/771

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