Video Animasi Lagu Anak Berbasis Signalong Indonesia

Authors

  • Citra Fitri Kholidya Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • Khofidotur Rofiah Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • Mudjito Mudjito Universitas Negeri Surabaya

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26740/inklusi.v3n2.p129-135

Keywords:

video animasi, lagu anak, signalong Indonesia

Abstract

Abstrak

Komunikasi merupakan hal terpenting dalam interaksi sosial manusia. Begitupun bagi anak berkebutuhan khusus. Keterlambatan komunikasi menjadikan anak berkebutuhan khusus terhambat dalam memahami lingkungan sekitarnya. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menghasilkan media video animasi lagu anak berbasis Signalong Indonesia sebagai solusi bagi anak berkebutuhan khusus pada keterlambatan atau kendala komunikasi. Penelitian ini menggunakan model pengembangan Research and Development dengan prosedur pengembangan sebagai berikut, (1) potensi masalah, (2) pengumpulan data, (3) desain produk, (4) validasi desain, (5) revisi desain, (6) ujicoba produk, (7) revisi produk, (8) ujicoba pemakaian, (9) revisi produk, Hasil penelitian dan pengembangan ini berupa prototype video animasi yang telah melalui uji kelayakan berupa, uji validasi ahli media dengan skor 94.5% dengan kategori baik dan layak digunakan, ahli materi dengan skor 98.5% dengan kategori sangat baik dan layak digunakan, dan uji coba produk dengan hasil 88% dengan kategori baik dan layak digunakan.

 

Abstract

Communication is the most important thing in human social interaction. Likewise for children with special needs. Delay in communication makes children with special needs hampered in understanding the surrounding environment. This study aims to produce a video animation for children song based on Signalong Indonesia as a solution for children with special needs on delays or communication constraints. This study uses a Research and Development development model with the following development procedures, (1) potential problems, (2) data collection, (3) product design, (4) design validation, (5) design revision, (6) product testing, (7) product revision, (8) trial of use, (9) product revision, The results of this research and development in the form of a prototype of an animated video that has gone through a feasibility test in the form of validation, a media expert with a score of 94.5% with a good category and suitable for use, expert material with a score of 98.5% with a very good category and suitable for use, and product trials with 88% results with a good category and are suitable for use.


Author Biographies

Citra Fitri Kholidya, Universitas Negeri Surabaya

Teknologi Pendidikan

Khofidotur Rofiah, Universitas Negeri Surabaya

Pendidikan Luar Biasa

Mudjito Mudjito, Universitas Negeri Surabaya

Manajemen Pendidikan

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Published

2020-04-27

How to Cite

Kholidya, C. F., Rofiah, K., & Mudjito, M. (2020). Video Animasi Lagu Anak Berbasis Signalong Indonesia. JPI (Jurnal Pendidikan Inklusi), 3(2), 129–135. https://doi.org/10.26740/inklusi.v3n2.p129-135

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