Implementation of Active Learning Method in Unit Operations II Subject
ABSTRACT: Active Learning Method which requires students to take an active role in the process ofÂ learning in the classroom has been applied in Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty ofÂ Industrial Technology, Islamic University of Indonesia for Unit Operations II subject in the EvenÂ Semester of Academic Year 2015/2016. The purpose of implementation of the learning method is toÂ assist students in achieving competencies associated with the Unit Operations II subject and to help inÂ creating a conducive academic atmosphere so as to contribute to improving the quality of teaching andÂ learning in the study environment. The implementation of this learning method synergized with theÂ face-to-face method is quite successful. This is indicated by an increase in the students' final score of
B from the baseline by 44% to 80%. This achievement exceeds the targeted percentage of 60%.
Keywords: active learning method, face to face method, process of learning, conducive academic atmosphere, unit operations II
Received: 6 February 2018, Revised: 15 February 2018, Accepted: 25 February 2018
Academic Development Board UII, Panduan Hibah Pengajaran Reguler Semester Genap 2015/2016 (Universitas Islam Indonesia, Yogyakarta, 201 6).
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