Enhancing Student Achievement in the Measurement of Objects on Science Material by Developing 3D Hologram Learning Media


Dahniar Ainun Nurulita , Agung Mulyo Setiawan






Vol. 10 No. 6 (2024): June


Hologram media, Measuring of object material, Student Achievement

Research Articles


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Nurulita, D. A., & Setiawan, A. M. (2024). Enhancing Student Achievement in the Measurement of Objects on Science Material by Developing 3D Hologram Learning Media . Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan IPA, 10(6), 3414–3422. https://doi.org/10.29303/jppipa.v10i6.5848


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Based on observations and interviews, it was discovered that junior high school students' achievement in measuring object material remained low. To improve students' achievement, innovative learning media such as hologram media can be implemented. This research aimed to produce hologram media that is decent and effective in improving student achievement. The hologram media products development follows the ADDIE model, including 3D hologram animation videos creation and a teaching module to aid the learning process. A range of tests were conducted on various products, including justification tests, perception tests, and student achievement tests. The participants consisted of experts, teachers, and students. According to experts, both products were successfully developed and received very decent justification. Teachers and students have also reported excellent perceptions when using the products for learning purposes. According to the achievement test results, students' average post-test score (81.85) is higher than their pre-test score (50.74). The results indicate a normal distribution and significant differences through a normality test and paired sample t-test. According to the N-Gain test results, it showed a 63.41% effectiveness rate, indicating that the learning on the measuring of object material using our hologram media is capable of enhancing student achievement in junior high school.


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Author Biographies

Dahniar Ainun Nurulita, State University of Malang

Agung Mulyo Setiawan, Universitas Negeri Malang


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