Pengaruh Media Video Animasi terhadap Hasil Belajar IPA Siswa Kelas IV SDN 20 Pagi Jakarta Timur

  • Nur Aini Universitas Muhammadiyah Tangerang
  • Rizki Zuliani Universitas Muhammadiyah Tangerang
  • Candra Puspita Rini Universitas Muhammadiyah Tangerang


This study aims to determine the effect of science learning outcomes on students who are given animated video media with students who are given powerpoint media. The method used in this study is a quantitative experimental method (Quasi Experiment), the experimental class, namely class IV A, is given using animated video media and the control class is class IV B using powerpoint media. The population used is all fourth grade students of SDN 20 Pagi East Jakarta as many as 61 students consisting of 31 class students who are taught using animated video media and 30 class students who are taught using powerpoint media. The data collection technique used a performance assessment test. Before the data were analyzed, it was necessary to test for normality and test for homogeneity using Fisher's exact test. The homogeneity test of the test results using Fisher's exact test was obtained = 1.07 and = 1.854. So that 1.07 < 1.854 ( . Thus it can be concluded that the two population variances are the same or homogeneous. The results of the calculation of the hypothesis test obtained that the posttest data was 3,195 at the significance level = 0.05 with the gain = 2.0099 on the posttest data > then it was rejected and accepted , which means that there is an effect of the average value of learning outcomes for students' science subjects between the control class and the experimental class, thus the effect of animated video media on science learning outcomes.

Keywords: Animated Video Media, Learning Outcomes
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Aini, N., Zuliani, R., & Rini, C. P. (2021). Pengaruh Media Video Animasi terhadap Hasil Belajar IPA Siswa Kelas IV SDN 20 Pagi Jakarta Timur. NUSANTARA, 3(3), 417-426. Retrieved from