Development of Invertebrate Zoological Learning Videos for Students Based Ecological Aspects of Macrozoobentos in The Toaya River Waters

Authors

  • Rahmat Ansyari Pendidikan Biologi
  • Achmad Ramadhan universitas tadulako
  • I Nengah Kundera universitas tadulako

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22487/j25490192.2021.v5.i1.pp35-40

Keywords:

Macrozoobentos, streams, vidios

Abstract

Macrozoobenthos as basic organisms in relatively sedentary habitats. This study aims to describe the development of invertebrate zoological learning videos based on aspects of macrozoobenthic ecology in Toaya river waters and the results of the research can be made into videos about the types of Macrozoobenthos as a media for learning biology. The method used is a descriptive method with a purposive sampling technique. The results of the research have been developed as learning media in the form of videos with a percentage value of 78% for content experts, 80% for design experts, and 77% for media experts. Meanwhile, there were 20 student trials, the percentage reached 87%. This shows that the video made is suitable for use as a learning medium. The number of Macrozoobenthos found were 4 Macramia magnifica, Bellamya javanica, Faunus ater, and Ocypoda stimpsoni. The diversity of macrozoobenthos in the waters of the Toaya river, Sindue District, Donggala Regency is low, for very abundant abundance, high density and low frequency, very high dominance, and low diversity. The most distribution patterns are at stations IV and III which are inhabited by Ocypoda stimpsoni species.

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Author Biography

I Nengah Kundera, universitas tadulako

pendidikan sains program magister pascasarjana universitas tadulako

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Published

2022-12-02

How to Cite

Ansyari, R., Ramadhan, A., & Kundera, I. N. (2022). Development of Invertebrate Zoological Learning Videos for Students Based Ecological Aspects of Macrozoobentos in The Toaya River Waters. Jurnal Riset Pendidikan MIPA, 5(1), 35-40. https://doi.org/10.22487/j25490192.2021.v5.i1.pp35-40

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