Application of the Synectic Model with Filmora Go Video Editor for the topic of Social Movement Settings in Social History Courses at History Education Study Program,Tadulako University

  • Nuraedah, Charles Kapile, Mohammad Givi Efgivia, Al Bahra Bin Ladjamudin, Mujiarto

Abstract

The problems of this research are, a) how to train the abilities of the students to apply the synectic model in a social history course?; b) how to apply the synectic model with filmoraGo video editor for social movement settings in the trial class?. The objectives of this research are, a) to determine the steps of the synectic learning model with FilmoraGO video editor for social movement settings in social history course; b) to analyze the use of the synectic learning model with FilmoraGO video editor for social movement settings in class B. This research used the R & D approach, the research subject was class A (32 students), and class B (34 students). Learning recordings in class A using with FilmoraGO video editor were tried out in class B, the duration of the video show was 45 minutes. This research produces a learning product Synergic Model Aided by Filmorago Video Application, using learning resources in the form of social history lectures, lesson plans, and student assignment evaluation design so that it can streamline time and study space to enable students to learn outside the classroom through filmoraGo videos.

Published
2020-11-01
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Articles