STRATEGY PROJECT BASED LEARNING (PjBL) IMPROVING SKILLS OF STUDENTS IN LEARNING FOR THE 21ST CENTURY LEARNING MEDIA COURSE

RENY DWI RIASTUTI

Abstract


In 21st Century Learning Skills have 3 skills: (1) life and career skills, (2) learning
and innovation skills, and (3) Information media and technology skills. One strategy
to achieve the learning skills in the 21st century is with the strategy of Project Based
Learning (PjBL). Project Based Learning abbreviated as PjBL is one of learning
based on problems using the project / activity as the media, to undertake exploration,
appraisal, interpretation, synthesis, and information to produce various forms of
learning outcomes. This strategy is very suitable when applied to course learning
media, because in this strategy have guidelines step consists of planning (planning),
creating (creating or implementation), and processing (processing), which can lead
students to produce a project / product. On the subject Media Education, students are
required to deliver the products to take advantage of the surrounding environment
(contextual) and ICT, which can be used as a media and applied to the learning
process.


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