Pengembangan Media Game Edukatif Berbasis Wordwall Mata Pelajaran IPA Materi Sistem Peredaran Darah Manusia Kelas V Sekolah Dasar

  • ANISA CANDRA FAJARIANTI UNIVERSITAS NEGERI SURABAYA

Abstract

Based on observations made at SDN 1 Bangunmulyo, Pakel District, Tulungagung Regency in learning activities in the classroom the teacher still uses the lecture method and does not involve students directly. The development of educational and interactive media is needed to make students active in learning. the purpose of this study is to develop educational media in the form of wordwall-based games on human circulatory system material that is feasible based on the validity, practicality and effectiveness of the media. So that it can facilitate students in understanding the material and improve student learning outcomes. The study used a type of development research or Research and Development (R&D) by using the Borg and Gall model adapted by Sugiyono. This study limits only 8 stages, namely, potential and problems, data collection, product design, design validation, product revision, product trial, product revision, and trial use. With a product trial design using one group pretest-posttest. The validity of the media is known from the results of media validation which obtained a percentage of 83.5% with very valid criteria, and 84.4% material validation with very valid criteria. Practicality is known from the results of student responses obtaining a percentage of 88.6% with very practical criteria. Furthermore, at the product trial stage, it obtained a percentage of 93.7% with very practical criteria. The effectiveness of the media is known from the percentage of student learning completeness of 91% with very good criteria, and N-Gain obtained a score of 0.88 with high criteria. Thus, wordwall-based educational game media on human circulatory system material for science subjects in grade V elementary school is suitable for use.

Keyword : media development, game wordwall, human circulatory system

Published
2023-06-07
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