Needs Analysis of Gasoline Engine Learning Based on Competency Problem Based Learning (CPBL)
Bahrul Amin, Jalius Jama, Syahril, Asrul Huda.
This research is based on a preliminary study and a need analysis conducted on the eye of a gasoline engine. It is found that learning is not optimal. This is due to the inappropriate learning model and strategy and the very rapid development of automotive technology. This study aims to develop a Competency Problem Based Learning (MP-CPBL) Learning. Research and developmental / R & D methods are included in the “need to do” research category, namely research whose results will be used to assist the implementation of work so that if the work is assisted by-products produced from R&D, it will be more productive, effective and efficient. Hence the R&D research and development method. Research and development (R&D) methods are included in the combination research method sequential model. This research produces a Competency Problem Based Learning (MP-CPBL) learning model with 9 syntaxes: a) Introduction and review b) Problem Identification c) Understanding Problems d) Collecting and sharing information e) Planning Training f) Developing training Materials g) Implementing training h) Presenting the results of the training i) evaluating the results of the training. The resulting model analysis met the criteria for practicality with the student's current condition score only 63.16 (mean = 3.16) or still in the sufficient category. Meanwhile, the current condition desired by students is 84.49 (mean = 4.22), so that the gap between the current condition and the expected condition according to students is 21.33 (mean = 1.07). While the conditions expected to reach the number 65.57 (mean = 3.28) or still in the sufficient category. Meanwhile, the expected condition that students want is 86.47 (mean = 4.32), so the gap between the current condition and the expected condition according to students is 20.90 (mean = 1.05).