PENGEMBANGAN PENILAIAN HASIL AKHIR BELAJAR SISWA SMK KESEHATAN DAARUL HIDAYAH SUKOHARJO DENGAN PROTOTYPE
Learning media that have been used in the form of books and learning media using power point still not
support student achievement. In this method sometimes the concentration of students is split with other
things, consequently the students are less understanding of the subject matter, as well as the subjects of
PPKN, not a few students feel bored and saturated to learn it, students just memorize without
understanding the basic concept. The main software used is Macromedia Flash 8 as a software to create
create an interesting learning media, iinterakktif and educating. This learning media is filled with materials
that have been peeled, researched and in accordance with the Education and Culture Materials Anis
Baswedan by issuing the regulation of Minister of Education and Culture no 160 of 2014 about the
implementation of the curriculum in 2006 and 2013 curriculum. Application of learning media PPKN class
II SMK curriculum 2013 facilitate the teachers or teachers to deliver lessons or materials PPKN. And
increase interest in learning and ease in teaching and learning process.
Keywords: Learning Media, Multimedia, Macromedia Flash.
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