Smartphone Based Learning To Improve The Quality of Vocational High School Graduates

Sulfkar Sallu, Otto Fajarianto, Kisno Kisno, Mega Achdisty N, Kapraja Sangaji


The world of education has now entered a new era in the learning process, development of information
technology, supported by progress needs education provide constructive feedback to improve the quality of
education itself. Vocational High School (SMK) is one of the vocational institutions that shelter under the ministry of
education and culture of the Republic of Indonesia, the equivalent of high school that provides technical knowledge
in order to work properly either work individually or works in a team. Vocational learning that there is now almost
entirely using computer spring so it is considered will not have difficulty in a learning-based smartphone. Teaching
materials presented at the SMK is also a large part of the teaching materials obtained from the ministry of education
and culture and the industrial world. It is expected that all the knowledge is given in accordance with the needs of
the existing vocational job. alumnus fraction compliant with world standards of work both in the government and
the industry and are able to work independently and be accepted in the world of work, based on the knowledge
gained during the implementation of vocational education for approximately three years. The method used is
applied important that development process on learning conditions that exist today in the learning process and make
changes gradually to the delivery of materials into the device-based digital base mobile.Tujuan this paper is to design,
improve the ability/knowledge and design models learning in vocational school to be converted into a smartphone
as a device that can be used to access the learning materials whenever and wherever students are so that students
can study freely in accordance with the time available for 24 hours.

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