Developing Tematic Economic Comic with Characters for Early Childhood

Journal of Educational Science and Technology

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Title Developing Tematic Economic Comic with Characters for Early Childhood
Creator Rahmatullah, Rahmatullah
Inanna, Inanna
Rakib, Muhammad
Mustari, Mustari
Rabania, Rabania
Subject Character Comic Development; Thematic Economics; Early childhood
Description This study aims to develop a character economy comic for early childhood. This research is a type of research development (Research and Development) includes 5 stages, namely needs analysis; Identify the material to be developed; Development; Production; as well as the Trial stage. After the product has been designed, a material expert will assess the feasibility of the material content developed in a comic character design, as well as a design expert to assess the feasibility of the design side, both in the structure and appearance of the images as outlined in designing thematic economic comics. The data analysis technique used qualitative descriptive analysis and quantitative descriptive analysis. The results showed that thematic economic comics were feasible to be developed and tested on users based on the results of due diligence by experts. The average value of the results of the material expert trial was 4.7, while the results of the design expert's assessment obtained an average score of 4.5. The two results of the assessment are in the very feasible category for use in the field trial phase. After conducting field trials on elementary school level students, an average score of 4.7 was obtained and was in the very feasible category. Thus, it can be understood that the character economy comics that are developed can be a supplement in learning, especially in fostering children's economic character from an early age
Publisher Universitas Negeri Makassar
Date 2020-12-29
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source Journal of Educational Science and Technology (EST); Volume 6 Number 3 December 2020; 293-300
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 Rahmatullah Rahmatullah, Inanna Inanna, Rabania Rabania

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