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Development of Interactive Learning Media Based on Teaching Multimedia Scouting Faculty of Sports Science

M. Irfan, Zen Fadli

Abstract: Technological developments and changes in globalization towards the digitalist era are challenges that must be balanced with the learning process to strengthen the commitment of universities to emphasize character education and increase productivity especially in learning. The research objective of developing learning media is to produce products in the form of multimedia-based learning media on Scouting courses. Media development will facilitate lecturers and students in lecture interactions to achieve planned competencies. The research method used is research and development (RnD) with the Intructional design approach with the ADDIE approach, which is an extension of analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation. The instrument used to collect data is a questionnaire in the form of a questionnaire and supported by the acquisition of data based on interviews, observation (observation), documentation, and Forum Group Discussion (FGD). Conclusions based on the results of testing using questionnaires obtained a percentage of 94% in the "Very Good" category. The media is then applied in the learning process in Scout courses to achieve lecture competencies, instill Scout values, and support the development of technology as a culture of culture and must lead to good things in accordance with the KKNI curriculum implemented.

Keywords: Development, Media, Scouting

Country: Indonesia, Subject Area: Education

Pages: 328 - 333

Edition: Volume 8 Issue 1, January 2019

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M. Irfan, Zen Fadli, "Development of Interactive Learning Media Based on Teaching Multimedia Scouting Faculty of Sports Science", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/archive/v8i1/show_abstract.php?id=ART20193946, Volume 8 Issue 1, January 2019, 328 - 333

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