Scout Practice Digital Teaching Module on the Topic of Scout Knots for Elementary School Students
Keywords:Digital Teaching Module, Practice, Scouting, Knots
This research is motivated by problems in Scouting learning that are still confessional so that they are not effective to be understood and the use of digital technology that has not been maximized. This research aims to develop a quality Digital Teaching Module for Elementary Scout Practices by testing its validity and practicality. This type of research is Research and Development with the ADDIE model. The subjects of this study were 2 media experts, 2 material experts, 2 design experts, 2 lecturers, and 12 students who had attended scouting lectures. The data collection method used was a questionnaire with an instrument in the form of a rating scale sheet. The data analysis technique used is descriptive qualitative and quantitative. The results showed that: (1) the developed media prototype consists of 3 main parts, namely the opening, core, and closing views, (2) the validity test results show an average score of 93.83% material experts, 96.66% design experts and 95.33% media experts with very good qualifications, (3) the results of the practicality test show an average individual test score of 97.5%, small group test 98.61% and by practitioners of 96.66%. The conclusion of this study is that the digital teaching module for elementary scout practices developed is very valid and practical to be developed in learning.
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