Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Current Issues in Education (ICCIE 2018)

AR Module: Is It Necessary to Improve Students’ Environmental Care Character?

Authors
Purwatmaja Listiadhi Karana, Ali Mustadi, Muhammad Nur Wangid
Corresponding Author
Purwatmaja Listiadhi Karana
Available Online June 2019.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/iccie-18.2019.69How to use a DOI?
Keywords
environmental caring, character, augmented reality, module.
Abstract
Character building has become one of the main focuses in realizing Golden Indonesia Generation of 2045 and it is done through the education process in school. Teachers need the media to facilitate the goal by combining learning and technology. The technology that can be used is Augmented Reality (AR). AR is currently developed for games and other businesses. This research is to reveal the need for augmented reality module to improve students’ environmental care character. This study employed a survey through observation, interviews, and questionnaire for teachers and students. This research was conducted in the fourth-grade students of Galur district by involving the research subject of 30 teachers and 150 students in SD Negeri Sungapan I, SD Negeri Prembulan and SD Negeri Brosot. The results of this study indicated that teachers need the media or other teaching materials that support learning activities. The AR-assisted modules were considered necessary as a supplemented media for the teachers and the students' books.
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