IMPLEMENTASI SELF-REGULATED LEARING PADA APLIKASI PEMBELAJARAN MANAJEMEN PROYEK SISTEM INFORMASI PADA PERGURUAN TINGGI SWASTA X DI JAKARTA
Failing IT Projects has kept growing over the past recent years. Understanding of Project Management concepts must be taught in college. Recent studies at the conducted courses at college X in Jakarta over the past ten years has shown discrepancy between daily exercises with the exam result students received. Therefore, developing a new learning process is required to enhance the student’s understanding of Project Management concepts. Self-Regulated Learning method encompasses independent learning by metacognition, motivation, self-regulation, and self-evaluation. To develop such process would require a learning tools during the learning process. The technical specification for the learning tools in question needs to enable metacognition process by directing the students towards the learning steps and motivates the students by intuitive use of learning tools. The results is a learning software that explicitly help the learning process by generating project documents to help understanding Project Management concept and interactive user interface that is easy to use and motivates the learning process.
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