Developing A Pop-Up Storybook Based on Multicultural Education for Early Childhood Students

Khairunisa Kusumaningrum(1Mail), Sugeng Bayu Wahyono(2),
(1) Teknologi Pembelajaran, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia
(2) Teknologi Pembelajaran, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.31004/obsesi.v4i1.230

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Submitted : 2019-07-12
Published : 2019-08-25

Abstract


This development research was aimed to produce multicultural education-based Pop-Up storybooks for early childhood students. This development research referred to the development design procedures developed by Thiagarajan et al. The development design was grouped into four development procedures, which include: (a) define, (b) design, (c) develop, and (d) disseminate. The product trial was carried out through 2 stages: the limited trial done with only 6 students of Grade B in TK Vanda Perta Rini Kalasan and the main trial done with 22 students of Grade B in TK Vanda Perta Rini Kalasan. The results of the product feasibility assessment score through product validation from media expert were 3.8 (very feasible) and from material expert were 4 (very feasible). Based on the result, it can be concluded that the pop-up book is effective to be used for introducing the understanding of multicultural education for early childhood students.


Keywords


pop-up storybooks; multicultural education; early childhood students

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