Android-Based Shopping Skill for Mentally-Disable Student

Agustina Sri Purnami, Mulyoto Mulyoto, Bekti Winoto

Abstract


This study aims to develop an Android-based learning media to improve shopping skills in retarded students. The research method used is the design validation stage which is part of the research development. The instruments used in this study were (1) the practicality of the research product questionnaire, and (2) the validation sheet to measure the validity of the research product. The data analysis technique used is to determine the average rating of research products, then the average is stated qualitatively in 4 categories which are very high, high, medium, invalid. the results showed that the Android-based application media to support shopping skills has been validated by experts and practitioners in the good category. Developmental students who are used as research subjects said that the application is easy to use anywhere and anytime, applications can achieve learning goals that are skilled shopping, and mental retardation students are enthusiastic about using this application. To see whether the application media is effectively used practically, it is necessary to do a field test on retarded students

Keywords


Android; Shopping Skills; Mentally-Disable

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