EFEKTIVITAS MEDIA ANIMASI TERHADAP HASIL BELAJAR BIOLOGI SISWA SMPN 2 KEDIRI

Prisma Sains : Jurnal Pengkajian Ilmu dan Pembelajaran Matematika dan IPA IKIP Mataram

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Title EFEKTIVITAS MEDIA ANIMASI TERHADAP HASIL BELAJAR BIOLOGI SISWA SMPN 2 KEDIRI
 
Creator Oktarini, Dewi
Jamaluddin, Jamaluddin
Bachtiar, Imam
 
Subject Animation media, learning outcome
 
Description The use of instructional media is essential for understanding Biology. This study aims to determine the effectiveness of the use of animation media on learning outcomes. The study was conducted with quasi-experimental and non-equivalent pre-test-post-test control group designs. Data were taken from the pre-test, post-test and gain scores. The research instrument is a written test in the form of multiple choice questions. Data were analyzed using 'mean difference test'. The results showed that the results of the study on sub photosynthesis and respiration material differed significantly. The gain analysis shows that the animation media has improved student learning outcomes.
 
Publisher IKIP Mataram
 
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Date 2014-06-07
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion

 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://ojs.ikipmataram.ac.id/index.php/prismasains/article/view/1048
10.33394/j-ps.v2i1.1048
 
Source Prisma Sains : Jurnal Pengkajian Ilmu dan Pembelajaran Matematika dan IPA IKIP Mataram; Vol 2, No 1: June 2014; 1-7
2540-7899
2338-4530
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://ojs.ikipmataram.ac.id/index.php/prismasains/article/view/1048/865
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2014 Dewi Oktarini, Jamaluddin Jamaluddin, Imam Bachtiar
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
 

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