Validation Analysis of the Implementation Plan of Learning of Aneuk Jamee Culture-Based Thematic Learning Model (Mt Bajee) Integrated Hots in Elementary School

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Mardhatillah, Khairil Ansari, Abdurahman Adisaputera


This study aims to test the validation (feasibility) of the learning implementation plan of the AneukJamee (MT BAJEE) culture-based thematic defense model integrated hots in Aceh provincial elementary schools. The method that will be used to achieve the objectives (specific targets) above, applied developmental research methodology with 5 stages of development of Plomp (1997), namely: (1)  initial assessment  (define),(2)design (design),(3) realization (construction),(4)  Testing, Evaluation, and Revision  (develop), and (5) widespread implementation (experimentation) with attention to 3 product quality criteria from Nieveen (1999), namely: validity, practicality, and effectiveness. The results obtained are the design of the thematic learning model developed to make the cultural element of the AneukJamee tribe a theme in uniting the syntax of learning and integrating several subjects into learning. The aspect value is obtained from the average number of indicator values given by experts and practitioners for each aspect of the assessment with the number of experts and practitioners as assessors. Furthermore, the average value of the total aspect is 4.6 obtained from the number of aspect value sharing with many aspects of assessing the validity of learning devices. The average value is 4.6, if referred to in the criteria for determining the validity of the learning devices that have been set, it is concluded that the learning implementation plan developed belongs to a valid category.

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