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Akselerasi Penyelesaian Proyek Akhir Mahasiswa Jurusan Pendidikan Teknik Elektro FT UNY Melalui Aplikasi Metode Kawakita Jiro Yatmono, Sigit; Zamtinah, -
Jurnal Edukasi@Elektro Vol 5, No 1
Publisher : Jurnal Edukasi@Elektro

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This research aims to: help student accelerate the compiling final project report through implementation of Kawakita Jiro method; to know the effectiveness of Kawakita Jiro method; and to improve the quality of student’s final project in PSTE FT UNY. This research conducted through Class Action Research method using Kurt Lewin model. Data collected through questionnaire, observation, and investigation of relevant documentation. Population of this research is 42 students of Electrical Engineering Education department who are taking a course of Final Project, which was then taken as a whole the research samples. The data obtained are further analyzed using descriptive percentage.  Results of research indicate that: students who follow the program consist of 3 classes: the 2004 as 6 students (18.18%), the 2005 is 19 students (57.57%) and the 2006 is 8 students (24.25%). Beyond of all participants only 5 students or 15.15%, which already has a final project title and supervisor, while most of the 28 students (84.85%) did not have a final project title and supervisor. Based on monitoring using Kawakita Jiro cards, the constraints faced by students in finishing final project are: a) most of students have no final project title when they take a final project course, or only 3 % of the participant of final project accelerating class; b) less intensive of guidance process; c) There is no special room for student to finish the final project in campus; d) No punishment for student who do not fulfill the agreement when they assign in final project class. Among 42 students who join the final project acceleration class, has stated that 8 students or 19% have passed the final project examination, while 2 students (5%) still in progress to conduct the final project examination; 24 students (57%) had collected final project proposal and until the end of research there were 8 students (19%) had not been collecting final project proposal.