The Impact of Classroom Condition to Learning Comfort in Student Design Model and Information Building Department Vocational High School 6 Bandung Rositha Mujica, S.Pd(a), Adi Ardiansyah, S.Pd, M.T (b), Dra. RR. Tjahyani Busono, M.T(c)
Department of Architecture Education Faculty of Vocational and Engineering Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia Jalan Setiabudhi 229, Bandung 40154, Indonesia
This research based by Engineering Drawing subjects which carried out in two different rooms so that have different learning comfort. Manual drawing studio was once a room for chemical laboratorium, judging from the physical condition of this drawing studio has less natural lighting so it requires additional or artificial lighting that comes from the lamps in the room. General classroom that should not be a place for practical learning such as engineering drawing subject is an option because the number of drawing studio is less. The study uses a quantitative approach with a type of descriptive research. Respondents from this study were class X Design Model and Information Building (DPIB) 3 and X DPIB 5 SMK 6 Bandung, amounting to 60 people. Data collection techniques using questionnaires and observation instruments. Based on the results of the research that has been done, it can be seen that condition of the classroom can explain learning convenience by 63.9% in DPIB 3. The details of the class condition variables are 73.3%, mostly students feel good. Variable convenience of learning is 46.67%, mostly students feel comfortable. In DPIB 5, 34.6% of class conditions can affect learning comfort. The details of 43.3% of the mostly students in class condition variables feel bad. 46.67% of mostly students on comfort variable in learning feel uncomfortable.
Keywords: architecture; education; thermal comfort; high school; learning