Development Of 3-Dimension-Based Physics Learning Media Using Assemblr Edu Assisted Smartphones On Optical Device Material


  • sekar ageng azizah Purnomo UNS
  • Tazkia Dick Laluna
  • Zahra Annisa Putri


learning media, scientific learning, validation, optical, assemblr edu


Misconceptions still occur in learning physics in high school, this is due to the limitations of the media used and the low enthusiasm of students in participating in learning because the media used is considered old-fashioned and does not follow the development of science and technology. Writing this physics laboratory paper aims to: (1) Create smartphone-based 3D physics learning media assisted by Assemblr Edu on Optical Instruments material for high school physics learning, (2) Determine the results of validation of smartphone-based 3D physics learning media products assisted by Assemblr Edu on Optical Instrument material. Assemblr Edu is an application that can be used to share activities in the form of presentations, projects, and quizzes in 3 dimensions. The process of making this learning media includes (1) the preparation stage, namely identifying problems, compiling indicators and learning objectives, concept maps, materials, practice questions and evaluation questions related to Optical Instruments material. (2) The creation stage is the stage for creating learning media using the Canva application and supported by other applications such as Assemblr edu, Chrome, Youtube, Google Form, and Sketchfab. (3) The completion stage is the last stage, namely the validation process carried out by an expert validator. This study uses the Research and Development methodology. Based on the assessment by the expert validator, in terms of material, media, and language, this media obtained a validation score of 108 out of an ideal maximum score of 112 with very good criteria and still pays attention to suggestions, input and notes from the expert validator on the validation sheet.


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