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The Production of Interactive Software for Supporting the Kinematics Study on Linear Motion and Swing Pendulum

Kartika, Gunadi (2010) The Production of Interactive Software for Supporting the Kinematics Study on Linear Motion and Swing Pendulum. The Production of Interactive Software for Supporting the Kinematics Study on Linear Motion and Swing Pendulum.

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      Abstract

      abstract Many students assume that physics which is learned at school is considered as a difficult and boring subject. This condition happens because of conventional teaching and lack of visual aids. As a result, the subject is considered boring, not attractive, and difficult to understand. This software is developed to make the student to be more enthusiastic in dealing with physics, not only in schools but also in their personal computer. This software can help the student in order to learn about kinematics of rectilinear motion and swing pendulum. This software is developed using Borland Delphi 7.0 as interface, Macromedia Flash MX as material delivery, and Microsoft Access as database. This database is used to save the question in the quiz to make it possible to be changed. Based on the polling result, it is concluded that 80% of the senior high school students 10th and 11th grade agreed that materials in this software is more attractive from the aspect of text layout, picture, and supporting simulation. Besides, 90% of senior high school students said that this software could increase the motivation in learning physics. Keywords : Computer Aided Learning, Interactive Software, Physics, Rectilinear Motion, Pendulum Swing.

      Item Type: Article
      Subjects: T Technology > T Technology (General)
      Divisions: Faculty of Industrial Technology > Informatics Engineering Department
      Depositing User: Kartika Gunadi
      Date Deposited: 25 Aug 2011 09:58
      Last Modified: 25 Aug 2011 09:59
      URI: http://repository.petra.ac.id/id/eprint/15157

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