PENGEMBANGAN MODUL BERBANTUAN VIDEO DAN ANIMASI PADA MATA KULIAH KIMIA ORGANIK I DI PROGRAM STUDI PENDIDIKAN KIMIA FKIP UNIVERSITAS SRIWIJAYA

Andi Suharman, Arif Rachman Ibrahim

Abstract


Abstract: This research is aim to develop a Modul of Organic Chemistry I which is indicated Valid and Practiced according the criterian of Research and Development model that taken a model of Rowntree and  Tessmmer. The title of of the research is Developing Modul  Based on Video and Animation Which is Major of Organic Chemistry I at Studi Program of Chemistry education Faculty of Teacher Training and Eduaction, Sriwijaya University. The Modul willbe used  as teaching materials in learning process at 3rd semester  student of Studi Program of Chemistry education. Accoding the result f shown that the validation of pedagogy aspect is 0.78 that means the validation accroding to exspert is high, interms of design aspect result   shown  is 0,58 that means the validation of this modul good enough. In line with content of modul, the result of the validation is 0.67 that means the content of the modul  good enough. The criterian of practice the result indicated is 0.82 wich means the modul wich was developed  is very high score.  The field test also shown that  average score of students test indicated 81.25 which means  that teaching learning process used that modul  was given impact to the students to comprehensiveness of organic chemistry I subject.  The result of this research also shown that the value of N-gain is 0.68 which means by using the modul wich was developed above as teaching materilas was given positif impact to the student understanding of organic chemistry I as subject.  As conclusion that modul which was developed a bove can be used as teaching materials to support  in teaching process of organic chemistry I at  Study Program of Chemistry Education.

Keywords: organic chemistry, video and animation, modul


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