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Jurnal Pendidikan Vokasi
ISSN : 20882866     EISSN : 24769401     DOI : 10.21831
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The effect of maritime English vocabulary for beginners module on the vocabulary learning outcomes Mochamad Abduh; Juliandri Hasnur; Syafni Yelvi Siska
Jurnal Pendidikan Vokasi Vol 12, No 2 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jpv.v12i2.49033

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This research started from the problem of the current covid-19 pandemic condition and situation, which makes cadets have to study online and most by themselves. In addition, it is based on the fact that there has been no specific module discussing basic terms or Maritime English vocabulary specifically for each department. The purpose of this study is to reveal whether there is an effect of using the maritime English Vocabulary for Beginners module on the vocabulary learning outcomes and how effective the use of the module is for cadets of Batch V Nautical Department, Shipping Polytechnic, West Sumatra. This type of research is experimental with the one-group pretest-posttest design (pre-experimental design). This research was carried out in all classes of the nautical department Batch V, which consisted of 3 categories; Nautical A, Nautical B, and Nautical C. In this research, the sample used purposive sampling, so the writer only took cadets in nautical major, with a total sample of 60 persons. Based on the results, it was found that there was an effect of using the maritime English vocabulary for beginners module on the learning outcomes of maritime English vocabulary for Nautical Department cadets Batch V. Furthermore, from the results of questionnaire data processing, it can be concluded that the use of maritime English vocabulary for beginners module in maritime English vocabulary learning is effective for Nautical Department cadets Batch V in West Sumatra Merchant Marine Polytechnic in 2021.
A lesson learned from the integration of BIM in construction engineering education in an Indonesian Polytechnic Abdi Suryadinata Telaga
Jurnal Pendidikan Vokasi Vol 12, No 2 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jpv.v12i2.48455

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The Indonesian construction industry has increasingly adopted Building Information Modeling (BIM). One of the barriers to adopting BIM is BIM skills among graduates are still rare. Therefore, higher education institutions have to adopt BIM into their curriculum. However, as BIM is a new concept in construction engineering, many higher education institutions have a problem integrating BIM. Therefore, the paper proffers a syllabus to integrate BIM in a vocational higher education institution. The research methodology follows the Tyler model of curriculum development. It started with a review of prominent BIM integration into higher education research. Then, discussion with BIM practitioners from the industry to acquire information on current BIM-related job specifications in Indonesia. The team teacher then discussed and analyzed the results to create an initial syllabus. Further, the students' performance and feedback are observed during two years of course offering from 2019 to 2021. Improvement of the syllabus is based on observation and feedback results. The progress has increased students' performance in the BIM course. The students' performance is excellent even though the course was offered online due to a pandemic.
The effect of linguistic intelligence and memory on air traffic control performance of field aviation polytechnic Nisa Azhari Saragih; Gustianingsih Gustianingsih; Ridwan Hanafiah
Jurnal Pendidikan Vokasi Vol 12, No 2 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jpv.v12i2.48923

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Some research has been conducted to understand how general knowledge and short-term memory affect academic achievement. However, research that links these two predictors with air traffic control performance in a laboratory has not been found. Twenty-four ATC cadets participated in this research. This is associative research with multiple correlation analysis that aims to find the correlation between linguistic intelligence and short-term memory toward cadets’ air traffic control performance in Aerodrome Control Tower (TWR) Laboratory. The research instruments used are oral proficiency interview, Intelligence Structure Test (IST), and air traffic control simulation. Data obtained, then, are analyzed by using the product-moment method of correlation. The results show that there is a positive correlation among the three variables with the level of closeness that falls in the high category that can be seen from the correlation coefficient value. In fact, linguistic intelligence and short-term memory both contribute to air traffic control performance during simulations. These findings offer several implications for the training program to promote success in learning air traffic control, especially in the laboratory.
Internal factors that are influencing in determining the selction of expertise programs in vocational high school Dwi Rahdiyanta; Khusni Syauqi; Achmad Arifin
Jurnal Pendidikan Vokasi Vol 12, No 2 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jpv.v12i2.50923

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This study aims to examine the effect of students' internal factors (information literacy, self-understanding, and attitude) on their decision to enroll in the mechanical engineering program of vocational high school. It is ex-post facto correlation research using a sample of 300 out of a total of 1,086 students. The sample was established using the proportional random sampling technique by means of the Krejcie and Morgan formula. The data were collected by means of questionnaires, observation sheets, and documents. The findings reveal that (1) There is a significant and positive correlation between the internal factors and the student's decision to enroll in the mechanical engineering program of vocational high school (VHS); and (2) All internal factors have a significant effect on both directly and indirectly on the students' preference for mechanical engineering program of vocational high school (VHS).
Dynamic curriculum management in the revitalization of vocational high school graduates Lispiyatmini Lispiyatmini; Hermanto Hermanto
Jurnal Pendidikan Vokasi Vol 12, No 2 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jpv.v12i2.47565

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This research aims to describe the dynamic curriculum management implemented by SMK Mitra Industri MM2100 in revitalizing its graduates. The research was conducted using a qualitative industry MM2100 in revitalizing its graduates. The research was conducted using a qualitative descriptive method. The type of research uses qualitative data and is described descriptively. Data were obtained through interviews, field observations, questionnaires, and documentation studies. Based on data analysis, it was found that SMK Mitra Industri MM2100 implements a dynamic curriculum, always changing according to the development of science, technology, and the needs of graduate users so that the output is in accordance with the expectations and competencies required. The stages of implementing a dynamic curriculum include: 1.) Establish a learning flow in accordance with the school's vision and mission; 2.) Involve the industrial world in curriculum preparation; 3.) Creating an industrial world ecosystem in schools; 4.) Adapt the curriculum to changes in the industrial world and government policies; 5.) Involve parents in the learning process maximally; and 6.) Monitor and evaluate the implementation of the curriculum regularly by involving all relevant stakeholders. Implementing a dynamic curriculum at SMK Mitra Industri MM2100 shows results that match the expectations and competencies needed by the industrial needs, as evidenced by the 100% absorption of graduates for work specialization.
Strengthening teacher pedagogical literacy after the Covid-19 pandemic in vocational secondary education in Banten Province Sintha Wahjusaputri; Wati Sukmawati; Tashia Indah Nastiti; Via Noorlatipah
Jurnal Pendidikan Vokasi Vol 12, No 2 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jpv.v12i2.47119

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The purpose of this study is to improve the pedagogic competence of teachers in implementing literacy in learning through lesson study, namely: socialization, training, self-evaluation, reflective pedagogical paradigm, exploration, simulation, documentation, group discussion, mapping, and practice at SMK Negeri 3 South Tangerang, Banten Province, Indonesia. This type of research is action research which consists of two cycles, each carried out in four meetings. The research procedure includes (1) planning, (2) implementing actions, (3) observing, and (4) reflection. The subjects in the study were productive teachers and normative teachers at SMK Negeri 3 Tangsel, opening 15 people. The results showed that the teacher's pedagogic competence in implementing literacy in pre-action learning was 37%, the first cycle increased by 83%, and the second cycle increased significantly by 100%. Classically the percentage has increased by 63%. Based on these results, it can be said that lesson study can improve the pedagogic competence of teachers in implementing literacy in learning at SMK Negeri 3 Tangsel, Banten Province.
Developing augmented reality on differential system, competency system, and power transfer in vocational education Dandi Firman Dani; Sulaeman Deni Ramdani; Deddy Supriyatna
Jurnal Pendidikan Vokasi Vol 12, No 2 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jpv.v12i2.48804

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This study aimed to know: 1.) Describe the development of augmented reality books in the differential system; and 2.) Analyze the feasibility level of the application on the augmented reality book differential system. This study uses research and development (RD) with the waterfall development design model, which includes four stages: analysis, design, coding or implementation, and testing. This study's sample was 11th-grade vocational high school students majoring in automotive light vehicle engineering. Application testing uses black-box testing by testing functionality without testing the internal structure or function of the application. The data collection used in this study included three media experts, three material experts, and 30 user responses (students) with data analysis techniques using descriptive analysis. The results of this study are (1) augmented reality books and applications on the android platform as learning media on the differential system, and (2) feasibility analysis by media expert validation with an average value of 80%, material experts with an average value of 84% and user responses with an average value of 90 % with a total value of 85% with the 'very eligible' category to be used as a learning medium in the differential system of chassis and power transfer competencies. Research products can be used as an attractive alternative learning media by utilizing digital technology that can display 3D objects in detail on the competence of the differential system.
Learning independence and teacher teaching skills: Does it affect learning outcomes when face-to-face learning is limited Apri Nuryanto; Rizki Ramadani
Jurnal Pendidikan Vokasi Vol 12, No 2 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jpv.v12i2.50603

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Limited face-to-face learning is a policy implemented by schools to prevent coronavirus transmission during the pandemic. Amidstface-to-face learning has become limited, so it requires students to study more independently from home. Teachers are also required to maximize class time and are also required to be skilled in providing learning outside of student learning hours in class. This study aims to determine (1) The influence of student learning independence on learning outcomes; (2) The influence of teachers' teaching skills on learning outcomes; and (3) The influence of student learning independence and teacher teaching skills during limited face-to-face learning on student learning outcomes. The research method used is quantitative with a correlational approach. This research was conducted at SMK throughout Sleman Regency. Respondents were 26 schools with a total of 2209 students. The sample calculation used Slovin with 339 samples. Data collection using questionnaires and tests with the help of google forms. The data obtained were then analyzed with techniques such as description analysis, normality, homogeneity, multicollinearity tests, and hypothesis tests consisting of simple and multiple regression tests. The study's results obtained (1) learning outcomes were positively and significantly influenced by student learning independence with a value of sig. 0.023 0.05; (2) learning outcomes are positively and significantly influenced by the teaching skills of teachers with sig grades. 0.000 0.05; and (3) learning outcomes are also positively and significantly influenced by student learning independence and teacher teaching skills with a value of sig. 0.000 0.05.
The effect of online learning quality on vocational students' learning achievement during the Covid-19 Pandemic Feri Ferdian; Hijriyantomi Suyuthie
Jurnal Pendidikan Vokasi Vol 12, No 2 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jpv.v12i2.47570

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This study aimed to analyze the effect of online learning quality on vocational students' learning achievement during the Covid-19 pandemic. This type of research uses a quantitative approach with ex post facto research, which aims to analyze exogenous variables (online learning quality) with endogenous variables (vocational students' learning achievement during the Covid-19 pandemic). The population of this study was 198 vocational students in the hotel management program Universitas Negeri Padang who took the front office operations two courses in the semester of January-June 2021. The sampling technique used in this study is total sampling. The number of successfully collected respondents was 174 people (87,9%). The data analysis technique used is simple linear regression analysis. The results showed that: (1) Online learning quality during the Covid-19 pandemic is a sufficient category; (2) Vocational students' learning achievements during the Covid-19 Pandemic are also in a good category; and (3) There is a significant influence on the online learning quality variable on the vocational students' learning Achievement during the Covid-19 Pandemic. The magnitude of the online learning quality variable's influence on the vocational students' learning achievement during the Covid-19 Pandemic is 2.7%, while other factors determine 97.3%. This finding also provides a basis for other researchers to look at and have a wider scope, especially those related to student learning achievement. Vocational programs in universities must design an attractive learning process development program for students while still paying attention to the quality of the learning process. This form of practical implication will encourage students to be more motivated to study well so that their learning achievement can be obtained as expected.
The role of the heutagogy approach in advanced adult education as rebuilding the vocational self-concept in the industrial era 4.0 and society 5.0 Titi Sumarni; Putu Sudira
Jurnal Pendidikan Vokasi Vol 12, No 2 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jpv.v12i2.49132

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Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) is established by UNESCO and ILO as education and training that are beneficial for the community. The community will be able to develop when they can use their leadership skill properly. This is what makes adult vocational education very important in building the nation. One example of the role of adult vocational education is reducing unemployment through a heutagogy approach. The heutagogy approach centered on individual participants, where the individual has full autonomy in creating their learning. The heutagogy approach is also useful for developing an individual's self-capacity and vocational self-concept. The individual vocational self-concept through the heutagogy approach can help students, graduates, alumni, and the community develop skills (re-skills, up-skills) and prepare to enter the world of work. The skill development can be done by forming (re-establishing) the individual's vocational self-concept. In the development of the industrial revolution 4.0 and society 5.0, the role of self-concept with a heutagogy approach in advanced adult education is to build vocational self-concepts so that they can be independent in learning, prepare work skills and utilize technology well as lifelong learning, and make an individual as a digital transformation society. Besides that, the heutagogy approach has a triple loop learning process that aims to make the right decision on a learning power of vocational self-concept. With the preparation of work skills, the self-concept of vocational maturity means that the higher the self-concept, the higher the maturity of the in the industrial era 4.0 career and Society 5.0 or with the existence of vocational self-concept in the future can make mature decisions.

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