Development of Basic Electronic Practices Module in Vocational Schools

Moch Sukardjo, Uswatun Khasanah, Fatur Rahman


Before students majoring in Audio-Video (AV) engineering class X at Vocational High Schools take the next lesson, mastering Basic Electrical and Electronics Subjects, both in theory and practice, is one of the basic competencies for them. In addition to the theoretical knowledge in the Basic Electrical and Electronics course, students also practice measuring resistors, capacitors, coils, transistors, and other components. Thus, students are expected to gain meaningful experience when learning about the basics of electricity and electronics. Vocational education aims to train graduates to work with technical competencies, to improve their position in society through the skills they master. Vocational high schools also prepare students to develop professionalism in working according to their expertise independently and productively. This research was conducted to develop and find out the feasibility of basic electronics modules as a practicing medium in SMK Negeri 7 Bekasi City. This study used a research and development (R&D) method by adopting the Hannafin and Peck development model. A Likert scale survey was conducted for collecting data from students; the questionnaire was modified with four options, while the test instrument was applied to measure the level of student mastery of the material being taught. The feasibility of the practice module is based on the results of expert assessments, namely (1) assessment by material experts with a percentage gain of 92.50%, (2) assessment by media experts with a percentage gain of 82.60%, (3) assessment of student usage getting a percentage of 86.89%. The results of the experts and students’ assessments suggest that the basic electronics practice module meets the requirements, is feasible and effective to be used as a learning medium for Elementary Electricity and Electronics in class X Audio-Video Engineering Department in Vocational High Schools.


Keywords: basic electronics practice module, audio-video, vocational high school.




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