The Effectiveness of Science Literacy Based Video Energy Sources Materials for Increasing Learning Outcomes


  • Dwi Akhirul Anam Faculty Teacher Training and Education, Universitas Muria Kudus, 59327 Central Java, INDONESIA
  • Eko Darmanto Faculty Teacher Training and Education, Universitas Muria Kudus, 59327 Central Java, INDONESIA
  • Gunawan Setiadi Faculty Teacher Training and Education, Universitas Muria Kudus, 59327 Central Java, INDONESIA



Camtasia studio, scientific literacy, energy sources, learning videos


Determining The research objectives: 1) analyze needs; 2) produce literacy-based learning video development products; and 3) analyze the effectiveness of Class IV Energy Source materials to improve student learning outcomes at Elementary School Segugus Slamet Riyadi, Geyer District, Grobogan Regency. This type of research is research and development (R&D) using the Borg and Gall model. The product is a scientific literacy-based learning video media. The trial subjects of this study were fourth-grade elementary school students in the Slsmet Riyadi cluster, Geyer District, Grobogan Regency. Collecting data using interview guide instruments, questionnaires, and expert validation sheets. The need for product development was analyzed by qualitative description. The products developed are tested for feasibility by material and media experts. The effectiveness of learning videos in improving learning outcomes was analyzed by statistical analysis of the Independent Sample T-test with a significance level of <0.05. Fourth-grade students at Public Elementary School No. 1 Sobo, Public Elementary School No. 2 Sobo, and Public Elementary School No. 4 Sobo, Geyer District, Grobogan Regency as research subjects. The data collection instruments used were the test, interview, and questionnaire techniques. The results of the needs analysis show that students and teachers need the products developed in this study. Product development design is carried out with the planning, drafting, and evaluation stages. The overall mean score of validation from material and media experts was 4.33, and 4.67, and both were included in the "Eligible" criteria, respectively. Eligibility is also supported by the results of student and teacher questionnaire responses which show an average score of 4.40 and 4.30 with the criteria of "Very Good" and "Very Good". The product developed was also proven to be effective in improving the learning outcomes of fourth-grade elementary school students in Gugis Slamet Riyadi, Geyer District, Grobogan Regency based on the results of the Independent Sample T-test <0.05, namely 0.000.


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How to Cite

Anam, D. A., Darmanto, E., & Setiadi, G. (2022). The Effectiveness of Science Literacy Based Video Energy Sources Materials for Increasing Learning Outcomes. Uniglobal Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 1, 41–46.