Development of Teaching Materials on Movement Plant Based Interactive E-Module Learning Results of Class VIII Students at Smp Negeri 1 Bitung
Keywords:Interactive e-module based teaching materials, student learning outcomes, class VIII junior high school students
This development research aims to: (1) produce teaching materials based on interactive e-modules on the learning outcomes of class VIII students at SMP Negeri 1 Bitung, (2) producing interactive e-module based teaching materials that are appropriate for the learning outcomes of class VIII students at SMP Negeri 1 Bitung, and (3) producing teaching materials based on An interactive e-module that is effective on the learning outcomes of class VIII students on the learning outcomes of students at SMP Negeri 1 Bitung. This development research refers to the development design steps developed by Allesi & Trollip. The development design is grouped into three development procedures, which include: (a) planning stage, (b) design stage, and (c) development stage. Product trials consist of tests
alpha which was carried out by two material experts and two media experts, as well as beta testing which was carried out in 2 stages, namely beta test 1 (small group trial) on 6 class IX students and beta test 2 (large group trial) on 60 class VIII students Bitung 1 Public Middle School. Data collection uses interview guidelines, observation, questionnaires for material experts, questionnaires for media experts, student response questionnaires. This research (1) produces interactive teaching materials in digital form which are packaged using a Compact Disk (CD) and equipped with an instruction book that can be used by students as a learning resource to support science learning, (2) the resulting product is considered very suitable for improving student learning outcomes based on the assessment of material experts, media experts and test subjects, and (3) the resulting product is effective in improving
The learning outcomes of class VIII students at SMP Negeri 1 Bitung are proven by the average pretest score of 42.16, increasing to the posttest of 83.5 with a gain score of 0.71.
How to Cite
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.