Development of Macromedia Flash Learning Media to Increase Participation and Results of Learning Aqeedah Morality Vocational School, Muhammadiyah
The learning process of aqeedah and morality at the Muhammadiyah Vocational School is currently not fully able to generate student participation and learning outcomes. When learning takes place, it is evident in the less innovative learning methods in terms of the quality of teaching that still seems to be merely delivering material with conventional methods. This study aims to develop a macromedia flash application-based media in the implementation of learning class X (ten) moral Aqeedah education at Muhammadiyah Vocational School. The learning media is to facilitate students in learning class X moral Aqeedah. This research includes the type of development research with reference to the Theory of Borg & Gall. Products developed based on preliminary research are the development of learning media based on macromedia flash applications to increase student participation and learning outcomes in subjects of moral aqeedah which contain complete material including: learning material, motivational videos, syllabus, lesson plans, and daily Deuteronomy. The trial subjects in this research and development are learning media experts, guidance teachers, and subjects of class X as potential product users. Data collection techniques were carried out by questionnaires used to assess media developed in terms of media completeness and media quality. Data were analyzed descriptively qualitatively and quantitatively. The use of learning media is an approach that does more than just using conventional methods. So from that the researcher hopes that the use of this learning media can be effective in increasing student participation and learning outcomes. Thus the students have strong aqeedah and morality so that they are ready to face the challenges of a heterogeneous outside world, able to maintain a noble attitude in the midst of the current era of challenge attacks, and active students in learning, giving rise to thoughts in students' minds that learning will be more meaningful what he will learn is not knowing it.