Quiet Book Media Development to Improve Ecosystem Material Learning Results in Class V Elementary School

Volume 4 Issue 3
A. Indra Nihlah Annashih Waspodo Tjipto Subroto
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The objective of this study is to find out (1) Quiet Book media development procedures (2) Feasibility of developing Quiet Book media. This type of research is Research and Development (R & D) research, with a trial design of One Group Pretest-Posttest Design. A limited-scale trial was carried out on 5 VA class students and a large-scale trial was conducted on 25 VB grade students at the Elementary School in Wringinanom village. Data collection was conducted using questionnaires, observations, and tests . Questionnaires are used to obtain student response data, observations are employed to obtain learning implementation data, and tests used are to obtain learning outcomes data on cognitive aspects of students. The results showed that the developed media had been declared feasible by obtaining 92% validity percentage, 93% practicality of learning implementation, and effectiveness of student learning outcomes from pretest to posttest which is 75.04 to 93.52, so that an average increase in scores of 18 was obtained. Effectiveness was also analyzed using N-Gain with Gain value of 0.74. So if it is interpreted in the Normalized Gain index table according to Hake, it is included in the High category (0.70 <g <1.00). Thus, it can be concluded that the development of Quiet Book media is declared feasible to be used as a learning media.


  • Quiet Book Media
  • Learning Outcomes
  • Natural Sciences
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