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Integrating Game-based Interactive Media as Instructional Media: Students’ Response Saputri, Dwi Yuniasih; Rukayah, Rukayah Rukayah; Indriayu, Mintasih Indriayu
Journal of Education and Learning (EduLearn) Vol 12, No 4: November 2018
Publisher : Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science

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Instructional media functioning to deliver the lesson has a very important role. There are a lot of instructional media used in learning process; one of those is interactive multimedia. This study aims to find out students response toward game based interactive media as instructional media in elementary school. The method used in this study was descriptive qualitative. The sample in this study was 10 students 5th grade elementary school. The data collecting methods were interview, observation and questionnaire. The collected data were analyzed by using interactive analysis consist of data collecting, data reduction, data presenting and conclusion. The result of this study shows that the student gave a good response toward game-based interactive multimedia. The students like and support the use of game based interactive multimedia as instructional media. Students felt that it was easier to understand lesson because the lesson was delivered not only through text, but also picture, audio, video and animation. The game in interactive media make the student be entertained and active in learning process. It is suggested that the teacher cooperate with the expert in education technology to improve interactive multimedia as interaction media.
Integrating Game-based Interactive Media as Instructional Media: Students’ Response Saputri, Dwi Yuniasih; Rukayah, Rukayah Rukayah; Indriayu, Mintasih Indriayu
Journal of Education and Learning (EduLearn) Vol 12, No 4: November 2018
Publisher : Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (255.55 KB)

Abstract

Instructional media functioning to deliver the lesson has a very important role. There are a lot of instructional media used in learning process; one of those is interactive multimedia. This study aims to find out students response toward game based interactive media as instructional media in elementary school. The method used in this study was descriptive qualitative. The sample in this study was 10 students 5th grade elementary school. The data collecting methods were interview, observation and questionnaire. The collected data were analyzed by using interactive analysis consist of data collecting, data reduction, data presenting and conclusion. The result of this study shows that the student gave a good response toward game-based interactive multimedia. The students like and support the use of game based interactive multimedia as instructional media. Students felt that it was easier to understand lesson because the lesson was delivered not only through text, but also picture, audio, video and animation. The game in interactive media make the student be entertained and active in learning process. It is suggested that the teacher cooperate with the expert in education technology to improve interactive multimedia as interaction media.
Transformasi Pembelajaran Melalui Penggunaan Multimedia Interaktif Berbasis Game: Persepsi Guru di Sekolah Dasar Saputri, Dwi Yuniasih; Rukayah, Rukayah; Indriayu, Mintasih
PANCAR Vol 2, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : Jurnal Pancar

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This study aims to describe: (1) teacher acceptance of game-based interactive multimedia as a learning medium; (2) teacher's understanding of game-based interactive multimedia; and (3) teacher assessment of game-based interactive multimedia. The research method used is descriptive qualitative. Data collection is done using the method of observation and interviews. Data analysis techniques used are interactive analysis consisting of data collection, data reduction, data presentation and conclusion drawing. The results of this study indicate that (1) teachers provide good acceptance of game-based interactive multimedia because learning becomes more active and student-centered; (2) interactive multimedia based on simple games so that it is easy to use to help students learn; and (3) the teacher has a good assessment of game-based interactive multimedia so that it can be used as a companion learning media both at school and at home