INTEREST OF DEAF STUDENTS OF SRAGEN REGENCY SPECIAL SCHOOL, INDONESIA IN USING MULTIMEDIA BASED LEARNING MATERIALS

Luqman Hidayat

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Deaf students are students who lose the ability to hear. The challenges faced by deaf students at school are the difficulty to obtain learning materials that are suitable with their needs and characteristics. This was a descriptive research, with deaf students on high school level from all Special Schools in Sragen Regency, Central Java as the subjects. Deaf students have unique and different learning styles from the person who has good ability to hear. Technology in education is designed to ease students and teachers in learning and teaching. The use of appropriate learning materials is the basis of the development of education in the future. How far deaf students’ interest in multimedia based learning materials is needed to know in order to provide an indicator in the preparation of learning materials that are accessible and meet the characteristics of deaf students. The technology adapted for education will facilitate the delivery of material / knowledge transfer from teacher to student.

 

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deaf, interest, multimedia based learning

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