Development of e-module based on flipbook as a teaching materials of animal tissue material for student XI class on senior high school

Nurul Azma, Yusminah Hala, Syamsiah Syamsiah

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The integration of technology of 21st century in learning will greatly support independent learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. E-module is an interactive digital-based learning that is systematically arranged to support independent learning especially in animal tissue material. The aims of this study to develop a valid and practical electronic module based on flipbook so that it is suitable for high school students at Senior High School 3 Pinrang. This research was carried out by using the ADDIE method which consists of 5 stages, 1) Analyze, 2) design, 3) develop, 4) implement and 5) evaluate. The results showed that the flipbook-based electronic module as a teaching material was declared valid by expert validators with a validity level of 4.48 %. The teaching material test was based on the teacher’s response, which was 94.19% and the student’s response was 91%. This shows that the e-module is practical. Based on the data, the electronic module (e-module) as a teaching material is suitable to support independent learning.

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