« Prosiding Konvensi Nasional APTEKINDO VII dan Temu Karya XVIII FPTK/FT-JPTK Se-Indonesia (Bagian III hal 374 sd. 579)
Analisis Pengembangan Kurikulum Pendidikan Teknik Mesin Universitas Negeri Jakarta Terintegrasi dalam Kerangka Kualifikasi Nasional Indonesia (KKNI)Imam Mahir
, Ahmad Kholil
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Government policy on Indonesian Qualification Framework (IQF) appears among one of the circumstances the rearrangement of direction, goals, and educational institutions in addition to the demands of global competition, changes in orientation, and job requirements. This condition requires the higher education institutions to organize themselves to develop a curriculum including both core and institutional adjust to IQF. The Implications of the IQF curriculum integration is a college graduate is able to reflect the ability of the specific identifier college value, scientific vision, and market signals. This article reviews the development of the mechanical engineering curriculum integrated to IQF is based on four of curriculum foundations that are philosophical, historical, psychological, and social. The foundation of this curriculum is intended to transform the curriculum in holistic and fundamental as demanded by the times performed. The analysis showed that the development of engineering education curriculum touches aspects of the foundation of curriculum. This was first seen philosophically that there is a change in the content, how students learn, what methods and materials used. Historically, the development of the curriculum is also able to formulate solutions of the problems and demands of today's. Psychologically, learning process is also getting attention in the formation of behavior, cognitive development, and individual development. Socially, curriculum change is directed over the social trends that occur at this time. It is recommended that the development of engineering education curriculum integrated to IQF concerned to the foundation of the curriculum.
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