Articles

Found 5 Documents
Search

UPAYA PENUMBUHAN KARAKTER BERORIENTASI TINDAKAN MELALUI MODEL PENDAMPINGAN BISNIS MAHASISWA BERBASIS TEKNIK COACHING Fitrihana, Noor; Jerusalem, M. Adam; Nurseto, Tejo
Jurnal Pendidikan Karakter No 2 (2014): Jurnal Pendidikan Karakter Edisi Februari 2014, TH. IV No. 1
Publisher : Jurnal Pendidikan Karakter

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (162.444 KB)

Abstract

Abstrak: PKM-K dan PMW diluncurkan Kemdikbud RI sebagai strategi mencetak lulusan yang ber- orientasi pencetak lapangan kerja. Salah satu masalah dalam program tersebut adalah ketidakefektif- an pendampingan bisnis oleh dosen. Akibatnya bisnis yang dijalankan mahasiswa tidak berkembang dan karakter entrepreneurships juga tidak tumbuh. Berorientasi pada tindakan merupakan salah satu karakter entrepreneurships terpenting dalam menunjang kesuksesan sesorang, tidak hanya di dunia bisnis namun juga di segala bidang. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk meningkatkan karakter berorien- tasi pada tindakan melalui pengembangan model pendampingan bisnis mahasiswa yang efektif, efi- sien, dan terkurikulum. Pengembangan model menghasilkan model pendampingan bisnis mahasiswa yang terdiri atas tiga fase, yaitu review, coaching, dan challenge. Model ini efektif dalam merangsang mahasiswa untuk merancang dan melakukan tindakan bisnis untuk menumbuhkembangkan bisnis- nya. Kata Kunci: penumbuahn karakter, review, coaching, challenge, dan tindakan
PEMBERDAYAAN PENDIDIKAN TEKNIK BUSANA DI PERGURUAN TINGGI UNTUK PENGEMBANGAN INDUSTRI GARMEN DI PASAR GLOBAL Fitrihana, Noor
Jurnal Cakrawala Pendidikan No 1 (2005): Cakrawala Pendidikan, Edisi Februari 2005, Th. XXIV, No.1
Publisher : LPPMP Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (676.906 KB) | DOI: 10.21831/cp.v0i1.4715

Abstract

Indonesian garment industries have been sluggishness. Since economic crisis incoming, Indonesian garment products loose ofthe competitiveness until now. In the last five years, perfonnance oftextile industry got decrease because many domestic probleII\'l. The problems are skills ofworkforce, out ofdate technology and poor of-fashion product inovation. Facing the global market ifnot good plan anticipate, gannent industries are cannot running growthand become sunset industry. To solve the problems, one of the ways is empowennent higher education institutions have links with them. That one is fashion design department in university. Market trend for the future is on "High Fashion and High Value Added Pnxluct Era". Facing the era and to improve perfonnance garment industries, fashion department in unive~ity must not only create fashion designer but also fashion engeener which capability to development and manufacturing fashion product to mass production. For this, fashion design department in university must to do effort developing the tri dhanna mission. First, in education mission, contents ofcurriculum are not only focus to create fashion designer but also to developing human resources with competence garment manufacturing. Second, improving research to developing fashion products with value added indesign, material, technology and how to aply these on variouse range of use not only ready we.ar for everyday in use. Thirth, for implementation misson to serve community can do with stylization traditional motif with modem touch to upgrading traditional fabric in global market.
Kajian Tracer Study LulusanJurusan PTBB FT UNY Tahun 2012 Fitrihana, Noor; Ekawatiningsih, Prihastuti; Chayati, Ichda; Asiatun, Kapti; Tritanti, Asi
Jurnal Pendidikan Teknologi dan Kejuruan Vol 22, No 1 (2014): (Mei)
Publisher : Faculty of Enginnering, Yogyakarta State University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (991.436 KB)

Abstract

The objectives of this study were: (1) to describe the graduates’ profile of the Department of Fashion Design and Hospitality Education of 2010-2012 that is required by the National Accreditation Commision for Higher Education, (2) to examine the gap between the graduates’ competencies with the market needs. This tracer study is a descriptive survey study conducted from June to November 2012. The population were 241 graduates of the academic year of 2012. 87 samples were succesfully interviewed through telephone interviews. The instruments of this study was a questionnaire. Quantitative data was analysed using crosstab and percentages. While the qualitative data was analysed by categories. The results showed: (1) the graduates of the Fashion Design, the Hospitality, and the Make-up and Beauty Therapy Programmes who understand the job application process were 85%, 78%, and 86% respectively (b) the graduates of Fashion Design, Hospitality, and Make-up and Beauty Therapy Programmes with the less than 6 months waiting period before the first employement were 85%, 100%, 80%  respectively (c) The graduates of Fashion Design, Hospitality, and Make-up and Beauty Therapy Programmes who get job vacancies from advertisements and direct application to the company were 15% and 85%, 43% and 57%, 80% and 20% respectively. d. the graduates of Fashion Design, Hospitality, and Make-up and Beauty Therapy Programmes who are employed in the fields related to their study were 61.5% 71%, 60% respectively (2) The graduates’ competencies compared to the market needs were as follows: (a) Competencies required were integrity, mastery of science, English, information technology, communication, teamwork, self-development, mastery of skills, special expertise, leadership, and organizational management.  (b) 98% of the graduates have excellent performance in terms of integrity, expertise, science, English, information technology, communication, teamwork, and self-development.
MODEL BISNIS KANVAS UNTUK MENGEMBANGKAN TEACHING FACTORY DI SMK TATA BUSANA GUNA MENDUKUNG TUMBUHNYA INDUSTRI KREATIF Fitrihana, Noor
TAMAN VOKASI Vol 5, No 2 (2017)
Publisher : TAMAN VOKASI

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (398.059 KB)

Abstract

In the strategic plan of the Ministry of Education and Culture 2015-2019, The Ministry was targeted more than 1000 SMK to develop Learning/Teaching Factory (TEFA). In other hand, according to Government rule, vocational education should have in cooperation with Professional Certification Institute (LSP), develop teaching factory (TEFA), and build competency test Center (TUK). Base on both, this paper will focus how to develop teaching factory using business model canvas in fashion design vocational high school.
Rancangan Pembelajaran Teaching Factory Di Smk Tata Busana Fitrihana, Noor
Home Economics Journal Vol 2, No 2 (2018): October
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (451.992 KB) | DOI: 10.21831/hej.v2i2.23293

Abstract

Peraturan Pemerintah Republik Indonesia Nomor 41 Tahun 2015  tentang pembangunan sumber daya industri menyatakan bahwa  penyelenggaraan pendidikan vokasi industri berbasis kompetensi harus dilengkapi dengan Lembaga Sertifikasi Profesi (LSP), pabrik dalam sekolah (teaching factory), dan tempat uji kompetensi (TUK). Peraturan Menteri Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan Nomor 22 tahun 2016 tentang standar proses pendidikan dasar dan menengah menyatakan bahwa salah satu model pembelajaran yang perlu dikembangkan adalah  pembelajaran yang menghasilkan karya berbasis pemecahan masalah (project based learning) disesuaikan dengan karakteristik kompetensi dan jenjang pendidikan.  Kedua peraturan ini menjadi landasan implementasi teaching factory (TEFA) di sekolah menengah kejuruan (SMK). Makalah ini selanjutnya akan membahas tentang rancangan pembelajaran  TEFA di SMK kompetensi keahlian Tata Busana