Development of Modeling Video Learning Media to Improve Self-Development Skills Clothing for Children with Retardation Mental at Yamet CDC


Authors : Ayu Maharani; Riswandi; Herpratiwi

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 6 - June

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6800693

Abstract : The purpose of this study was to develop learning media for video modeling of self-development material for children with mental retardation at Yamet CDC Lampung. This research is based on the results of observations at school with an analysis of the need for development to overcome the problem of selfdevelopment in dressing children with mental retardation. The research method used was adapted from research and development (R&D) Borg & Gall, in its implementation the researcher only carried out until the 6th step, namely: (1) Potential and problems; (2) Data collection; (3) Product design; (4) Design validation; (5) Design revisions, and (6) product trials. Data collection techniques using observation, interviews, questionnaires, and documentation. The results of the analysis conducted in this study indicate that the conditions and potential availability of facilities and infrastructure strongly support the development of video modeling learning media for selfdevelopment skills in dressing children with mental retardation. The data analysis technique in this study used descriptive statistical analysis techniques. The results of validation by material experts got a total of 87.49% with very valid criteria, while the results of validation by media experts got a score of 80.55% with valid criteria. The results of product trials by the teacher got a score of 88.88 % with very decent criteria, while the results of field trials to students got a score of 89.69 % with very decent criteria. Based on the results of the responses from these students, it was concluded that the Video Modeling learning media could be implemented to improve dressing skills for mentally retarded children at Yamet CDC Lampung.

Keywords : development; modeling video; selfdevelopment skills; retardation mental.

The purpose of this study was to develop learning media for video modeling of self-development material for children with mental retardation at Yamet CDC Lampung. This research is based on the results of observations at school with an analysis of the need for development to overcome the problem of selfdevelopment in dressing children with mental retardation. The research method used was adapted from research and development (R&D) Borg & Gall, in its implementation the researcher only carried out until the 6th step, namely: (1) Potential and problems; (2) Data collection; (3) Product design; (4) Design validation; (5) Design revisions, and (6) product trials. Data collection techniques using observation, interviews, questionnaires, and documentation. The results of the analysis conducted in this study indicate that the conditions and potential availability of facilities and infrastructure strongly support the development of video modeling learning media for selfdevelopment skills in dressing children with mental retardation. The data analysis technique in this study used descriptive statistical analysis techniques. The results of validation by material experts got a total of 87.49% with very valid criteria, while the results of validation by media experts got a score of 80.55% with valid criteria. The results of product trials by the teacher got a score of 88.88 % with very decent criteria, while the results of field trials to students got a score of 89.69 % with very decent criteria. Based on the results of the responses from these students, it was concluded that the Video Modeling learning media could be implemented to improve dressing skills for mentally retarded children at Yamet CDC Lampung.

Keywords : development; modeling video; selfdevelopment skills; retardation mental.

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