The Development of 3D Model Using 2D Site Layout as Self-Assisting for Construction Management Course: A CDIO Approach
CDIO (Conceive-Design-Implement-Operate) based teaching method is a style of pedagogy which integrates teacher's research-based teaching and student's research-based studying together; in-class instructing and outside-class practicing together; textbook explaining and extensive reading together; teacher's guiding and student's self-studying together. Generally, the implementation of CDIO is an approach to assist teachers in measuring the students’ performance with respect to the psychomotor and affective domain. This is aligned with the course outcomes (CO) and programme outcomes (PO) requirement which is part of the Outcome Based Education (OBE) standard. In this paper, a CDIO approach has been implemented in Construction Management Course where the students are required to develop a 3D Model based on 2D site layout for the construction site. This course is offered to Diploma in Civil Engineering students, UiTM with the aims to strengthen their engineering management skills related to pre-construction activities with implementation of good management practices during construction. The students’ achievements are based on the PO11 and PO5 attainment mapping with CO2 and CO3 assessments to measure student’s presentation performance that apply for one’s one work, as a member or leader in a technical team related to managing projects in multidisciplinary environments. They also require demonstrating knowledge and understanding about engineering management skills. This approach uses to ensure students ‘engagement in project management activities, engineering activities and hands-on projects are incorporated into the learning process.
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