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Ismael, Nizwardi Jalinus, Rusnardi Rahmat Putra, Arfanda Anugrah Siregar


Learning in the Industrial Revolution 5.0 era, especially vocational education, must change fundamentally in the learning process. To achieve the goal of Vocational Education which produces students who have applied skills, are able to think critically and solve problems, have communication and collaboration skills, have creativity and innovation, and are ready to enter the world of work. Problems in the learning process at this time the learning process is still centered on the lecturer, and the lack of problem solving, collaboration, collaboration, and critical thinking skills possessed by graduates. Therefore, this study aims to develop a project-based learning model that integrates computational thinking concepts into mobile programming courses. This research is a development research that aims to develop a project based learning model by adding the concept of computational thinking. The model development uses the Borg & Gall concept. Testing the validity using Aiken's V and Confirmatory Factor Analysis. Research produces several products such as 1). Project Based Learning Computational Thinking (PjBL-CT) model book in Mobile programming course, 2). Lecturer's manual, 3). Student Guidebook, and 4). Project Based Learning Computational Thinking (PjBL-CT) teaching module book in the Mobile programming course. The syntax of the Project Based Learning-Computational Thinking (PjBL-CT) model in the Mobile programming course consists of 1). Formulating the focus of the problem, 2). Organization and analyze data in a logical way, 3). Algorithmic thinking, 4). Create a project schedule. 5). Monitor and evaluate project progress. And 6). Evaluation. This study shows that the Project Based Learning-Computational Thinking (PjBL-CT) model in the Mobile programming course is valid, has been tested so that it is suitable for use in the mobile programming course. The implications of research as an alternative for optimizing face-to-face and online learning, improving students' creativity, critical thinking, communication, and collaboration skills.

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