PRE SERVICE TEACHERS' PERCEPTION ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PROJECT BASED LEARNING IN MATHEMATIC CLASS
Project based learning is one of the 21st century methods aof teching that can increase the students ability in having the good competence in their learning , especially in learning mathemathic. Hence, the teachers perception on the implementation of PBL is very important to know. The purpose of this study was to determine student perceptions about the application of project-based learning models . This research is a survey research with a quantitative descriptive approach. The samples used in
... his study amounted to 63 student of 6th semester in Mathematics Education department, Universitas Muhammadiyah Sumatra Utara . The data collection technique used a questionnaire. Test the validity of the research instrument based on logical and empirical validity. Reliability test using the Cronbach's Alpha technique . The data analysis technique uses quantitative analysis techniques with a statistical approach. The results of this study indicate that: (1) the students' perceptions of the interaction aspects of students and teacherss are in the very good category with a mean score of 85.32%. (2) students' perceptions on the aspect of motivation / increasing student interest in learning are in the very high category with an average score of 85.53%. (3) students' perceptions on the competency aspect of understanding subject matter are in the very good category with an average score of 85.48%. (4) students' perceptions on the competency aspects of critical, effective and efficient thinking are in the category of strongly agree with a mean score of 82.62%. (5) students' perceptions on the aspects of good time management competence are in the good category with an average score of 79.10%. (6) students' perceptions on aspects of good student learning outcomes are in the very good category with a mean score of 82.67%. (7) students' perceptions on the conformity aspect of the learning model with subject characteristics are in the very high category with a mean score of 84.05%.