Development of E-Modules Based on Science Activities to Facilitate Students Learning Light and Optics Materials at Home

Novita Kusuma Wardani, Sudarmin & Ellianawati

Pascasarjana Prodi Pendidikan, IPA Universitas Negeri Semarang, jalan Kelud Utara III Petompon, Gajahmungkur Kota Semarang, 50237 Propinsi Jawa Tengah Negara, Indonesia, &


The development of the 2013 curriculum in Indonesia is based on the notion of competencies that need to be developed in facing the challenges of the 21st century. To be able to carry out learning that develops 4C skills, in each student’s learning process, it is necessary to emphasize the ability to understand concepts of the material being studied and facilitate students to learn effectively. independently at home. This research seeks to create a learning media product in the form of an electronic module (e-module) that has undergone testing and validation to ensure that it is practical and efficient for use in science learning on light and optical devices. The R&D (Research and Development) approach using the ADDIE development model is the research and development methodology employed by researchers (Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, and Evaluate).The research subjects were material experts, media experts, science teachers, and students. Researchers collected both quantitative and qualitative data. The validation outcomes of material experts, media experts, literature reviews, and e-module user practicality questionnaires provided quantitative data. Techniques for gathering data include observation, unstructured interviews, and sending questionnaires to specialists in the field of the subject matter, the media, and users of e-modules. The results of the research in the form of light e-modules and optical devices based on science activities are suitable for use as learning media for students at home.

Keywords: e-module, science activities, light and optical equipment, learning at home.

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