Effectiveness of metacognitive learning’s model in engineering

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The Industrial Revolution Era 4.0 is a continuation of the era of society 3.0. One of the fields that experienced obstacles in facing this era was the industry sector. In creating experts in the industrial world, especially machinery, is not easy. One of the efforts made in improving the competence of workers in the field of machinery by adopting an appropriate learning model. During this learning model used in the field of machinery including work based learning and project based learning. These models experience constraints including the lack of relevance to the actual industrial world. This study discusses the effectiveness of the TEFA learning model in improving the quality of learning and ultimately producing machinery workers who have good competence in accordance with bloom's taxonomy at level 5.




Riadi, S., Triono, S., Syahril, S., & Nofriansyah, D. (2019). Effectiveness of metacognitive learning’s model in engineering. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 9(1), 4438–4443. https://doi.org/10.35940/ijeat.A1457.109119

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