IMPLEMENTATION OF ANALYTIC HIERACHY PROCESS (AHP) FOR DECISION MAKING ON THE METHODS FOR LEARNING OPERATION RESEARCH

  • Justin Eduardo Simarmata(1*)
    Program Studi Pendidikan Matematika Fakultas Ilmu Pendidikan Universitas Timor
  • Debora Chrisinta(2)
    Program Studi Teknologi Informasi Fakultas Pertanian Universitas Timor
  • (*) Corresponding Author
Keywords: Analytic Hierachy Process, Decision Making, Learning Methods

Abstract

An implementation of learning methods have to be adjusted for each course including Research Operation. This course relies on the process of critical thinking, problem solving and concept understanding. The selection of an appropriate learning methods is required to obtain an optimum learning outcome. An analysis of an appropriate learning methods can be done using Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP). In this paper, AHP is applied to analyse and hence make decisions on appropriate earning methods for studying Operations Research course. The criteria used consist of effectiveness (K1), lecturer ability (K2), specialization (K3) and test scores (K4). While the alternatives used are the learning methods carried out, namely: Problem Based Learning (a1), drill and exercise (a2) and Blended Learning (a3). Based on the priority weight of each alternative, it is obtained that the Problem Based Learning learning method has advantages in effectiveness criteria, Drill and Exercise have advantages in student test score results and Blended Learning has advantages in the ability of lecturers. In calculating the overall weight, Problem Based Learning gives the highest weight among the Drill and Exercise learning methods and Blended Learning.

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Published
2023-06-30
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Simarmata J, Chrisinta D. IMPLEMENTATION OF ANALYTIC HIERACHY PROCESS (AHP) FOR DECISION MAKING ON THE METHODS FOR LEARNING OPERATION RESEARCH. JD [Internet]. 30Jun.2023 [cited 27Feb.2024];5(2):56-7. Available from: https://ejurnal.undana.ac.id/index.php/JD/article/view/10828
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