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Title: Pengembangan Media Video Animasi dalam Pembelajaran IPA untuk Meningkatkan Kemampuan Berpikir Kritis Siswa SD
Authors: Sae, Herlin Lusiana
Keywords: Video animasi;Pembelajaran IPA;Berpikir kritis
Issue Date: Dec-2023
Abstract: Seiring dengan semakin berkembangnya teknologi di era modern ini, mendorong pendidik agar juga lebih kreatif dan berinovasi menyesuaikan diri dalam mengembangkan media pembelajaran. Media pembelajaran yang baik akan membantu guru untuk meningkatkan minat belajar siswa. Berdasarkan masalah diatas maka peneliti tertarik untuk melakukan penelitian sekaligus mengembangkan sebuah media pembelajaran yang dapat membantu proses pembelajaran lebih efektiv. Penelitian ini dilakukan di SD Negeri Mangunsari 07 dengan jenis penelitian R&D, dengan model ADDIE. Instrumen pengambilan data melalui wawancara, observasi dan penyebaran angket responden. Uji validitas media dan materi dilakukan oleh dosen ahli media dan dosen ahli materi. Uji kepraktisan dilakukan oleh kepala sekolah SD Negeri Mangunsari 07. Uji efektivitas dilakukan uji coba terbatas dengan uji coba perorangan sebanyak 7 siswa, uji coba kelompok kecil sebanyak 15 siswa dan uji coba lapangan 30 siswa. Dan dilakukan uji hipotesis parsial pre-test dan post-test menggunakkan SPSS Versi 22.00. Hasil validasi ahli media memperoleh rata-rata skor 4 dengan kategori “ Baik”. Hasil validasi ahli materi juga memperoleh rata-rata skor 4 dengan kategori “ Baik”. Hasil validasi praktisi memperoleh rata-rata skor 3,56 dengan kategori “ Baik”. Hasil validasi dari ahli media, ahli materi dan praktisi menyatakan bahwa media video animasi layak diujicobakan di lapangan tanpa revisi. Tahapan uji coba terdiri dari tiga tahapan. Uji coba perorangan memperoleh skor rata-rata 24,9. Uji coba kelompok kecil memperoleh skor rata-rata 54. Uji coba lapangan memperoleh skor rata-rata 112,1. Serta perbandingan pre-test 64,8 dan rata-rata post-test 78,1 dengan nilai sig.2 tailed 0.000<0.05. Kata Kunci: video animas;,pembelajaran IPA;berpikir kritis
Along with the development of technology in this modern era, it encourages educators to also be more creative and innovate in adapting themselves in developing learning media. Good learning media will help teachers to increase student learning interest. Based on the problems above, the researcher is interested in conducting research while developing a learning media that can help the learning process be more effective. This research was conducted at SD Negeri Mangunsari 07 with the type of R&D research, with the ADDIE model. Data collection instruments through interviews, observation and distribution of respondent questionnaires. Media and material validity tests were carried out by media expert lecturers and material expert lecturers. The practicality test was carried out by the principal of SD Negeri Mangunsari 07. The effectiveness test was carried out in a limited trial with individual trials of 7 students, small group trials of 15 students and field trials of 30 students. And pre-test and post-test partial hypothesis testing was carried out using SPSS Version 22.00. The results of the validation of media experts obtained an average score of 4 in the "Good" category. The results of the material expert validation also obtained an average score of 4 in the "Good" category. Practitioner validation results obtained an average score of 3.56 in the "Good" category. The validation results from media experts, material experts and practitioners state that animated video media is feasible to be tested in the field without revision. The trial phase consists of three stages. Individual trials obtained an average score of 24.9. Small group trials obtained an average score of 54. Field trials obtained an average score of 112.1. As well as a pre-test comparison of 64.8 and an average post-test of 78.1 with a tailed sig.2 value of 0.000 <0.05. Keywords: animation videos; science learning; critical thinking
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