PROBLEM BASED LEARNING DEVELOPMENT THROUGH ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION

Sri Hapsari

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The purpose of this research is the Development of Problem Method Based Learning through Entrepreneurship Education. It was conducted by applying Research and Development approach which is Mixed Methods. The research applies only samples from one location that is in prisons Class II B Tangerang. Researchers tried to modify the research step into three steps namely preliminary study, development of entrepreneurship learning model, and model testing. Data include: pre-survey result, development result and model test, observation data analyzed qualitatively, experimental stage and model validation. In relation to PBL learning, most teachers have not implemented this model yet. This is known from the results of questionnaires and observations that show teachers generally do not have the understanding and skills to be able to use the PBL method. The learning materials in the PBL method are determined based on the theme to be studied and determined the material of Opportunity and Business Risks and Business Planning.

 

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entrepreneurship education, problem base learning

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