DEVELOPMENT OF BACKDRAFT AND FLASHOVER SIMULATION AS VIDEO-BASED LEARNING MEDIA FOR FIRE DYNAMICS
During the Covid-19 pandemic that we are currently experiencing, lectures can be held online. The purpose of this research is to improve learning, which is video-based simulation on backdraft and flashover materials for the Fire Dynamics course using the ADDIE method with limitations only to the Analysis, Design, and Development stages. In the Analysis stage, it is done by collecting literature studies also guided by the RPS for the Fire Dynamics course. The next stage is a Design based on the flowchart and scenario created. The next planning stage is Development, with reference to scenarios, material guides and studies that have been carried out previously and then the video making process is carried out using Fire Dynamic Simulator with hardware facilities in the form of a laptop. The results of the video were then tested by material experts and media experts regarding the feasibility of learning videos. The results showed that the learning video on the flashover and backdraft material for the Fire Dynamics course had met the assessment of the material expert in the very good category and was considered feasible, while the validation results from the media expert stated that this learning video was in the good category and was considered feasible.
Key Words: Learning Media, Video, Fire Dynamics, ADDIE