Development of 'Video Bank' Based on Prehistoric Community Life at The Sangiran Site as an Independent Learning Media

Slamet Sujud Purnawan Jati, Arif Subekti, Wahyu Djoko Sulistyo


Accessibility toward archaeological remains is a vital component in the Indonesian prehistoric lesson among students. Unfortunately, those archaeological relics are scattered in various places throughout Indonesia. Resources for prehistoric period both for lecturer and researcher are abundant, with resources being collected both on several museum and preservation center. The purpose of this paper is to provide an innovation of learning media through R&D methodological phase onto Bank of Video on social prehistoric life in Sangiran sites as independent learning media. First step is the exploration to gain primary data and the preparation of video’s plot held in Sangiran, Sragen, Central Java. Second phase is development process to validate the draft and limited experiment, in order to deliver “normal” accomplishment. The last process, since several revisions of previous stages, is implementation of media, which average outcome is >80. It elucidates the effectiveness of Bank of Video as learning media.


Video Bank; prehistoric site; Sangiran

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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