DEVELOPMENT OF DIGITAL LEARNING MEDIA COURSES OF ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS USING CREATIVE-PRODUCTIVE LEARNING STRATEGIES
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The development of learning strategies is needed as part of improving the quality of education. In this study,
the development of Creative-Productive (CP) learning strategies in Engineering Mathematics courses was
used as an effort to understand the field of mechanical engineering. The approach applied uses research &
development (R&D) methods to develop and validate products. Data collection techniques used by
distributing questionnaires. The stages in this research, namely: planning and formulation of learning
objectives; creation and development of Engineering Mathematics learning materials with CP learning
strategies; and formative evaluation by material, media, and instructional design experts as well as one-toone evaluation of students, small groups, and field trials. In this R&D, digital teaching materials are feasible
and effective in learning engineering mathematics by using PC learning strategies. Where 84.43% was
declared eligible by the validator and 90.08% was declared eligible in the field test assessment with the
"strongly agree" category. The average value of student learning outcomes, which is 75.35%, is able to
exceed the Minimum Completeness Criteria value on the effectiveness of digital learning media. 90% were
declared eligible in the field test assessment with the "strongly agree" category that the media could be
applied in engineering mathematics learning.
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