The Science-Math Stories Based on Digital Learning: Digital Literacy Innovation in Increasing Ability to Solve Problems

Muhammad Nur Wangid, Chandra Adhi Putra, Hendra Erik Rudyanto


The existence and use of technology can be a means of maximizing the potential of students' thinking abilities, including the ability to solve problems. Learning that utilizes cellular technology that contains material in science-math stories be-comes one of the ways of utilizing technological developments in learning activi-ties. The study used a pretest-posttest control group design with more than one experimental group. There were two experimental groups from two schools that experienced learning with science-math stories based on digital learning as digital literacy media, and one control group from another school who carried out litera-cy activities using reading books in the class and the library. The use of science-math stories based on digital learning as a digital literacy media can improve problem-solving skills for elementary school students. The main content in the form of realistic fiction illustrated stories with adventure themes that raise envi-ronmental problems to be solved becomes the main strategy in improving the ability to solve the problems of elementary school students.


Science-math stories; digital learning; elementary school students, problem-solving skills

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