PENGEMBANGAN ANIMASI ONE PIECE BERBASIS INSTAGRAM PADA POKOK BAHASAN MITIGASI BENCANA ALAM DI KELAS XI UNTUK MENINGKATKAN HASIL BELAJAR SISWA
Technological developments in the VUCA era are still moving faster than classroom teaching methods. One of the innovations in the use of educational media is the exclusive use of animations. Based on the popularity of this animation and the fact that many children like it, animation can be developed as a learning medium. Various problems faced by the teachers of class XI IPS in MAN 1 Trenggalek in studying geography, students often do not pay much attention to the teacher's explanations. Making a revolution in learning media production, media development was done, namely ONEPIECEGEOPEDIA with media in the form of animations of work based on Instagram media. Aiming to know the feasibility of learning media using Instagram-based one-piece animation to improve disaster learning outcomes.
This research is an RnD research that produces a product in the form of a study medium ONEPIECEGEOPEDIA. Data collection was done through observation using data from pre- and post-test results, student response data, and documents. Data results will be processed in SPSS with validity and reliability tests, normality and homogeneity tests, T tests and post hoc anova. The results of data processing are described through descriptive analysis of quantitative data
The results of the first study, ie media feasibility tests conducted by media researchers and subject matter experts concluded that this medium was suitable for use as a learning medium. So the implementation of this learning medium produces a significant difference between the experimental class and the control class. When the students' learning styles were measured, it was found that in these two classes students have the most visual learning styles. Furthermore, the response of the students to the ONEPIECEGEOPEDIA developmental media has been very positive in implementing this developmental media in learning.
Keywords : VUCA, Learning Media, Learning Outcomes