Developing Eastern Culture-Based Arts Education To Improve Students National Identity
This study aims to determine the feasibility of developing art education teaching materials from the aspects of content, language, design. The study was conducted at STKIP Citra Bakti Ngada-Flores-NTT. The subjects of this study were STKIP Citra Bakti students who took art education courses, while the object of the research was arts teaching materials based on eastern culture. This research was developed using the ASSURE model, with the consideration that this development model is oriented towards learning. The development is carried out with 6 steps: (1) analyzing learning needs with the observation method; (2) formulate objectives with the ABCD method; (3) design teaching materials with methods of making teaching materials, expert testing with TESSMER methods and refinement with TESSMER methods; (4) apply teaching materials (product) using the ASSURE method; (5) group testing using the ASSURE method; (6) evaluate test methods and revise test result methods. The data collected in this study were analyzed descriptively and qualitatively to assess the feasibility and effectiveness of the developed teaching material. The results showed that the teaching materials developed were reviewed in terms of the content, language, design, and feasibility of the teaching materials as ”Good” quality with an overall average rating of 75.88%. Thus, it can be concluded that the Eastern culture-based art education teaching materials developed are feasible and effectively used as media for art education learning.
Keywords: Teaching materials, Art Education, Eastern Indonesian Culture
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