Development Android-Based Game “Chemical Hydro Adventure” For Learning Hydrocarbons Materials

Nadifa Nur Permata(1*), Achmad Lutfi(2)


(1) Chemistry Education Study Program Universitas Negeri Surabaya
(2) Chemistry Education Study Program Universitas Negeri Surabaya
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


Purpose of this research was to develop an Android-Based Game which it named Chemical Hydro Adventure as a media learning of hydrocarbons materials which it used to improve learning outcomes and also its quality. This research used Research and Development (R&D) methods within three aspects assessed, they were: validation by the experts, practicality of the game based on students’ questionnaire results distribution, and also the games effectiveness which based on improving learning outcomes. This result showed 86.13% highly relevant, meant that the game media was suitable to validity criteria, so that it can be tried and tested. The practical results obtained 94% Very Practical meant the game could facilitate the students to learn hydrocarbons materials. And the results showed there were significant effect about the game that has reached minimum completeness, which meant the game was a very effective one. So that the game developed is reasonable to be used and we also expects that chemistry teachers can apply and utilize properly, then it could facilitate chemistry teaching and learning process of hydrocarbons materials.

Keywords


Android; Effectiveness; Hydrocarbons; Game Media; R&D

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