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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CARRYING OUT WULANG REH FOLKLORE INTO VIRTUAL FAIRY TALE TO IMPROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ CHARACTER BUILDING
Corresponding Author(s) : Septiana Agustin
Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews,
Vol. 8 No. 3 (2020): May
Purpose of the study: This research aims to figure out the effectiveness of Wulang Reh script values presented virtually at elementary school during the instructional process.
Methodology: The research method used was an experiment adapted from Borg and Gall. The data collection technique applied to collect them was by distributing questionnaires to fifth-grade students divided into the control and experimental classes, each consisting of 26 students. Likert Scale was taken to analyze the data by assessing the pre-test and post-test.
Main Findings: It is found that less attractive learning media at present condition resulted in unsuccessful or less effective on the students’ character building related to the moral values based on the local culture. It needs to present the material through technology as the new learning media to link and integrate today’s perspective and learning goals.
Application of this study: The result of this study can be used as the reference or stepping stone for other subjects seen from two aspects. Firstly is that it can be used as the model for other relevant subjects to include local culture, technology to achieve learning goals. Secondly, it can be implemented as the media to conduct an integrated study of subjects taught at the elementary school by crossing them.
Novelty/Originality of this study: Included local culture in terms of folklore presented in virtual technology by combining audiovisual into an attractive learning media is the novelty in this study. It is hardly found a similar study by the learning goals for character building from national education perspective.
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