Project-based learning design in improving 21st century skills


Education in the 4.0 revolution era demands the formation and development of student skills in dealing with the development of student skills in the face of increasingly rapid developments in science and technology. The skills targeted for national education are 21st century skills, namely critical thinking and problem solving, skills, creativity, communication skills, and collaboration. Meanwhile, science education that takes place in schools has not provided meaningful education for students in the learning process. Based on the results of several studies, project-based learning has the potential to form and develop meaningful learning, so that teacher skills are needed in designing project-based learning that is relevant to the goals of National Education.


Design, 21st century skills, project-based learning


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