Development of Media Learning by Video-Based Textile Fiber Combustion Test in Vocational High School
This study aims to develop video-based textile fiber burning test learning media, test the feasibility of the media through expert validation, and determine student responses to video media. The type of research is Research and Development (R & D) with the Borg & Gall development model. The data collection technique used in this research is a questionnaire (questionnaire). The data analysis technique used descriptive statistical analysis. The results of the research are: 1) Video-based media development is carried out through media preparation procedures covering several stages, namely a) potentials and problems by analyzing student needs; b) collection of required data and information; c) product design, namely making product designs; d) design validation is carried out by media and materials experts; e) design improvements in accordance with the revisions provided by media and materials experts; f) small-scale trials; g) Product revision; h) limited scale trial; 2) the video-based learning media developed is included in the very appropriate category for use based on the assessment of material experts by 100% and media expert assessments of 96.67%; 3) student responses to the use of video-based learning media through a small-scale test showed a very good category of 82.26% and a limited-scale test of 86.01% included in the very good category.
Keywords: Learning Media, Video, Textile Materials