Muhammad Giatman

Work place: Universitas Negeri Padang, Padang, West Sumatra, 25132, Indonesia



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Muhammad Giatman was born in Bukittinggi January 21, 1959. Education, Doctoral Degree in Education with expertise in Technology and Vocational Education, Postgraduate UNP 2012, and Sandwich Program at Ohio State University USA 2009-2010. Became a Lecturer from 1983 at the Faculty of Engineering, Padang State University. Experienced in teaching various courses in the Department of Civil Engineering, Postgraduate FT UNP, and also in various private universities in the city of Padang. 2019 Professorship, Project Management expertise. Work experiences include: Initiator of the Establishment of the UBH Padang Industrial Engineering Department in 1991-1997. Head of D-3 Civil Engineering Study Program FT UNP 1997-2006. Coord. PLI Civil Engineering 2006-2007. Representative Management of QMS ISO 9001:2008 FT UNP 2008-2016. UNP Head of Quality Assurance 2017-2021. Ikip Padang P2T project Technical Team 1991-1995, UNP IDB Project Technical Team 2011-2016. Padang State University Development Project Technical Team 2017-2022. Writes a number of reputable books and scientific articles and National Journals.

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Development of Collaborative Learning and Programming (CLP): A Learning Model on Object Oriented Programming Course

By Efan Efan Krismadinata Krismadinata Cherifa Boudia Muhammad Giatman Mukhlidi Muskhir Hasan Maksum

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Jun. 2024

There appears to be a tendency for the strategies and methods that have been offered in OOP course learning to affect the improvement of individual skills only. There is a significant need for learning strategies which are relevant and able of improving collaborative working skills. The purpose of this study is to develop a Collaborative Learning and Programming model suitable for Object-Oriented Programming courses and assess its validity, practicality, and effectiveness. The implementation of the CLP model was conducted using the ADDIE development procedure by involving 7 experts, 35 experimental class students, 23 control class students and 4 lecturers of the Object-Oriented Programming course. The survey results showed that the CLP model was valid, practical, and effective in achieving these goals. The validity test results were verified based on experts' assessment, indicating that the aspects contained in the CLP model were valid with an Aiken's value V =0.89. The practicality test results indicated that the model was highly practical with the practicality value of 89.95% from students and 89.67% from lecturers. Finally, using the CLP model demonstrated its effectiveness in reducing the abstraction and complexity of OOP courses and improving student collaboration, particularly in programming tasks. The significance of conducting this survey is that it provides evidence for the effectiveness of the CLP model in achieving its intended goals and can inform the development of future OOP courses and programming tasks. The survey was conducted well, as it used both expert assessment and student and lecturer feedback to assess the validity, practicality, and effectiveness of the CLP model.

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