Development Of Mobile Multimedia Module With An Ecological Awareness Based On Daily Project Learning
Education and schools have great potential to support the success of efforts to instill the value of
ecological awareness amidst the problems of environmental damage. The development of mobile
multimedia modules designed with the concept of a daily project-based learning approach makes
ecological education more meaningful and contextual. The purpose found out the method of
implementing the value of ecological awareness through the development of mobile multimedia
modules for elementary school students using a daily project-based learning approach. This type
of research was research and development (research and development). The development model
for this multimedia module is the ADDIE (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation,
Evaluation) development model from Lee & Owens. The results of the material validation showed
that the overall average value of the validation is 3.6 in a very valid category. Media validation
with an average value of 3.4 categories was valid. User response showed that an average number
of 3.2 indicating a positive response. The test results on students showed the value of Sig. (2
tailed) was 0.000 < 0.05. Therefore, it can be concluded that there was a difference in the
average Pre-Test and Post Test, which meant there was a change that showed the effectiveness of
implementing ecological awareness values through the development of mobile multimedia
modules for elementary school students with a daily project-based learning approach. The results
of students’ daily activities in the project also showed good and very good categories.
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