Kepraktisan dan Efektivitas Media Flashcard Modifikasi pada Materi Interaksi antar Makhluk Hidup Bagi Siswa SMP/MTs
Problems in education often occur due to a weak learning process, namely the lack of student interest
during the learning process. This is because most teachers direct students to understand theory only.
One solution to this problem is the existence of learning media. This study aims to describe the results
of the development of modified flashcard media based on its practicality and effectiveness. This
research is a development research that uses the ADDIE model which stands for analysis, design,
development, implementation, and evaluation. The subjects of this study were junior high school
students in grade VII. Practical data was obtained from student observations when using the media and
the distribution of student response questionnaires after using the media. Then effectiveness data was
obtained from student postests after studying the interaction material among living things using
modified flashcard media. From the results of this study, it was found that modified flashcard media is
very practical with an average score of 93.2% and very effective with an average score of 87.1%. Thus
this learning media is very well used in the material of interaction among living things.
- 2023-10-06 (2)
- 2023-04-30 (1)
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