Motion Graphic Animation Videos to Improve the Learning Outcomes of Elementary School Students
APA 7th edition
Hapsari, A.S., Hanif, M., Gunarhadi, , & Roemintoyo, (2019). Motion Graphic Animation Videos To Improve The Learning Outcomes Of Elementary School Students . European Journal of Educational Research, 8(4), 1245-1255. https://doi.org/10.12973/eu-jer.8.4.1245
Hapsari A.S., Hanif M., Gunarhadi , and Roemintoyo 2019 'Motion Graphic Animation Videos To Improve The Learning Outcomes Of Elementary School Students ', European Journal of Educational Research, 8(4), pp. 1245-1255.
Chicago 16th edition
Hapsari Angganingrum Shinta, Hanif Muhammad, Gunarhadi, and Roemintoyo. "Motion Graphic Animation Videos To Improve The Learning Outcomes Of Elementary School Students ," European Journal of Educational Research 8, no. 4 (2019): 1245-1255. https://doi.org/10.12973/eu-jer.8.4.1245
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of the development of motion graphic animation video media in Natural Sciences subjects in Elementary Schools. This study uses a type of Research and Development research with quantitative tests. This study employed the experimental research method involving 27 students in the control group and 27 students in the experimental group. This research was conducted on 5th-grade students in elementary school in 2 different schools. Data collection uses interview methods for preliminary studies, observations and tests to test the effectiveness of animated video media motion graphics. The results of the study showed that there were significant differences between the results of the learning achievement of the experimental group and the control group. As well as motion graphic animation video media, its effectiveness has been tested in improving student achievement, especially the experimental group. Hence, the interactive motion graphic media is effective to be used to improve the students’ knowledge in the science subject of the fifth graders.
Keywords: Motion graphic, animation video, learning outcomes, elementary school.
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