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Project-Based Action Learning

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Course Description

Students work on long-term projects – from a week to a semester – that involve them solving real-world problems or answering complex questions. They demonstrate their knowledge and skills by creating a product or public presentation for a real audience.

As a result, students develop in-depth content knowledge as well as critical thinking, collaboration, creativity, and communication skills. Project Based Learning releases a creative energy that is contagious between students and teachers.

Project Based Learning is a teaching method in which students acquire knowledge and skills by working for long periods of time to investigate and respond to authentic, interesting, and complex questions, problems or challenges.

Learning Outcome

By studying this course, participants are expected to get learning about the implementation of Project-Based Action Learning with 6 self-paced material sessions.

Bachelor Degree

Credit: 3

Learning Outcomes

  • Explain the importance of action learning in the learning process.
  • Explain how to apply action learning in learning.
  • Explain how to Move Action Learning from one State to Another.



  • Section 1. What is Action Learning?
  • Section 2. Why Action Learning is Important?
  • Section 3. How to Implement Action Learning?
  • Section 4. Who is Responsible for Action Learning?
  • Section 5. Where Action Learning Work Best?
  • Section 6. When to Move Action Learning from one State to Another?



Course Teams


Prof. Richardus Eko Indrajit

Prof. Dr. Ir. Richarus Eko Indrajit, M.Sc., MBA

Profile Lecture :

Eko Indrajit studied at the 10 November Institute of Technology (ITS) Surabaya, Indonesia. He continued his education at various universities abroad such as Harvard University (United States), Maastricht School of Management (Netherlands), Leicester University (UK), STIKOM London School of Public Relations (Indonesia), and Master of Information Technology Swiss-German. University (Indonesia). He obtained a Doctor of Business Administration degree from the University of the City of Manyla (Philippines) and The University of Information Technology and Management (Poland). He was confirmed as a professor in the field of Computers at the Perbanas Institute.



Prof. KC Chan.

Practice Professor KC Chan (Pradita Visiting Professor)

WILL (Wholistic Institute of Lifelong Learning)


Dr. Amelia Makmur

Profile Lecture:

Dr. Amelia Makmur

Amelia Makmur studied Bachelor of Civil Engineering at Maranatha Christian University (Bandung) in the period 1990-1995, and earned a Master of Engineering degree in Civil Engineering with a priority in Transportation Engineering at the University of Indonesia (Depok) in 2000. In 2018 she received a Doctorate degree Civil Engineering from Parahyangan Catholic University (Bandung) for Transportation Sector. In 2019, he received a professional engineer certificate for the Engineer Professional Program at the 10 November Institute of Technology (ITS).



Profile Lecture :

Erick Dazki, S.Kom., M.Kom, active Lecturer at Pradita University since 2018. Undergraduate education at ABFII Perbanas Jakarta. Then he continued his education in Master of Informatics Engineering at Amikom University Yogyakarta.


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    Dec 31, 2030
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    Dec 31, 2030
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    Self Paced
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