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Dyan Yuliana, Achmad Fauzan Azzubair

Abstract: The application of technology in the form of computer applications as learning media, such as Macromedia Flash 8.0, can be implemented in learning in order to achieve the expected quality of education and learning outcomes. Biology subjects require materials / materials / objects that are sometimes difficult to present in a real class or in front of students, but by using the Macromedia Flash 8.0 application media these objects can be presented and told in an attractive animation form so as to increase student interest and motivation . This study aims to apply learning media with Macromedia Flash 8.0 in biology class X subject and determine the feasibility of the software being developed. This research is a development research conducted in four stages, including: analysis; design; production; and evaluation. Data obtained from a questionnaire and given a score on a scale of 1-5. The results showed that the learning media with Macromedia Flash 8.0 resulted in the quality of learning media based on the results of the material expert's test with a score of 3.85 in a good category, the results of the media expert test had a score of 4.2 in a good category, and the results of testing on users (students) with a score of 4.4 in the very good category. So, it was concluded that the learning media product with the Macromedia Flash 8.0 Program was effective and suitable for use in the Biology learning process for class X ATP students at SMK Ibrahimy 2 Sukorejo
Keywords: good / score / Learning Media / Macromedia Flash / Sukorejo / Expert's / Ibrahimy

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