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Title: Implementation of Project-Based Learning (PjBL) At A Malaysian Polytechnic - A Preliminary Study
Authors: Mohd, N.M.Y.
Aede, H.B.M.
Audu, R.
Ismail, N.S.
Keywords: Project-Based Learning
Malaysian Polytechnic
Issue Date: 2-Feb-2015
Publisher: International Organisation Center of Academic Research Istanbul,
Citation: Mohd N. M.Y., Aede H. M., Audu, R. & Ismail, N.S. (2015). Implementation of Project-Based Learning (Pjbl) at a Malaysian Polytechnic: A Preliminary Study. In F. Uslu, (Ed). Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Education and Social Sciences. Held at Nippom Hotel Istanbul Turkey. From 2-4 February 2015. International Organisation Center of Academic Research Istanbul, Turkey. 548-554
Abstract: The preliminary study was conducted to identify the extent to which the six principles of PjBL implemented in the Final Year Mechanical Diploma Programed in the polytechnics. The six principles of the PjBL were (1) Authenticity; (2) Academic Rigor; (3) Applied Learning; (4) Active Exploration; (5) Adult Relationship; (6) Assessment. Qualitative methods were used as an assessment instrument (interview). The respondents are two Polytechnic lecturers who teach final year mechanical engineering project subject from two different Polytechnic. Data from the interviews was analyzed using the Atlas-Ti version 7.0 software and the study found that only five from the six principles of PjBL fully implemented in the final semester project in the polytechnics. The principle of PjBL partially implemented was “Applied Learning
Description: Conference Proceedings
ISBN: 978-605-64453-2-3
Appears in Collections:Industrial and Technology Education

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