Pengembangan media audio visual sebagai media pembelajaran: Kesehatan reproduksi bagi remaja tunagrahita
Background: Teachers have experience difficulties in delivering reproductive health material to adolescent with intellectual disability. Until now, learning reproductive health has not been taught in a structured manner in learning in schools because it has not been included in the educational curriculum structure in special schools. The lack of references or guidelines for parents and teachers shows the importance of media learning.
Objective: This study aims to develop audio-visual media as a learning media for reproductive health for adolescent with intellectual disability.
Methods: This research is a Research and Development (R&D). The first step is a need assessment of the problems and experiences of the parents, the teacher then continues to draft the instructional media in audio-visual form. The validity test was carried out by media and material experts as well as field testing on teachers at SLB N 2 Yogyakarta.
Results: The feasibility of reproductive health audio-visual media for adolescents with intellectual disability based on material experts is 74 points (feasible with a good predicate), the eligibility of media experts is 90 points (feasible with very good predicate), and the eligibility of teachers is 81.5 points (feasible with very good).
Conclusion: The design of the audio-visual media that has been made feasible to be tested on adolescents with intellectual disability after passing the revision stage.
Payne, JS & Patton, JR 1983, Mental Retardation, A Bell and Howell Company, Ohio
Cheng, MM & Udry, JR, 2002, Sexual Behaviors of Physically Disabled Adolescents in the United States, The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, vol. 31, pp. 48-58.
Direktorat Bina Kesehatan Anak, 2011, Pedoman Pelayanan Kesehatan Anak di Sekolah Luar Biasa (SLB) Bagi Petugas Kesehatan, Kemenkes RI, Jakarta.
Griffiths, DM & Fedoroff, P, 2014, ‘Persons with Intellectual
Disabilities and Problematic Sexual Behaviors, Psychiatr Clin N Am, Article in Press, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.psc.2014.03.005
Barger, E., Wacker, J., Macy, R. & Parish, S 2009, ‘Sexual Assault for Women With Intellectual Disabilities: A Critical Review of the Evidence’, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, vol. 47, no. 4, pp. 249-62, DOI: 10.1352/1934-9556-47.4.249
Eastgate, G, Van Driel, ML, Lennox, N, & Scheermeyer, E 2011, ‘Women with intellectual disabilities: A study of sexuality, sexual abuse and protection skills’, Australian Family Physician, vol. 40, no.4, pp. 226-30.
Wulandari, B & Wulandari, AN, 2019, Model Pengembangan Health Reproduction pada remaja berkebutuhan khusus: Tunagrahita di Yogyakarta.
Setiawan, D., St.B. Waluya, & Mashuri, 2014, Keefektifan PBL Berbasis Nilai Karakter Berbantuan CD Pembelajaran Terhadap Kemampuan Pemecahan Masalah Materi Segiempat Kelas VII, Unnes Journal of Mathematics Education, vol. 3, no. 1.
Gall, MD, Gall, JP, & Borg, WR, 2003, Educational Research an Introduction, Pearson Education, Boston
Sugiyono. 2009. Metode Penelitian Pendidikan Pendekatan Kuantitatif, Kualitatif, dan R & D. Bandung : Alfabeta.
Matos, A., Rocha, T., Cabral, L., & Bessa, M. (2015). Multi-sensory storytelling to support learning for people with intellectual disability: an exploratory didactic study. Procedia computer science, 67, 12-18.
Tracy, J., Grover, S., & Macgibbon, S. (2016). Menstrual issues for women with intellectual disability. Australian prescriber, 39(2), 54.
WHO, UNICEF, JMP. Consultation on Draft Long List of Goal, Target and Indicator Options for Future Global Monitoring of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene 2012. Available from: http://www.rural-water-supply.net/en/resources/details/378
Articles received and published by the Media Ilmu Kesehatan are by the publication, the copyright of the article is fully transferred to the Media Ilmu Kesehatan. All operational forms such as printing, publication, and distribution of hard file journals are carried out by the Media Ilmu Kesehatan. Articles that have finished the review process and have been declared accepted by the journal manager or editor will be asked to fill out a statement of submission of copyright by the journal secretary to the main author or correspondent author. The statement of transfer of copyright is signed with a seal and sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org and contacted the admin of the journal to be followed up on archiving. Journal managers and editors have the right to edit the manuscript according to the provisions of the writing rules in the Media Ilmu Kesehatan.
Articles that have been declared accepted either online through the author's account on the OJS website https://ejournal.unjaya.ac.id/index.php/mik or a letter of receipt of the article (LOA), as well as those that have been published on OJS are not allowed to be published in other journals, or proceedings. The number of authors with more than one and as the main author or designated as the correspondent writer must have coordinated with members of the research team. The order of the authors submitted in the article as the author of one, two, three and so on cannot be changed when the article is published unless an error occurs in the technical operation of the journal.