Development of Face Care Learning Models Using Augmented Reality Applications

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Nurul Hidayah, M. Sukardjo, Uwes. A Chaeruman


This study aims to produce a facial care learning model using augmented reality applications to improve student learning outcomes. This research method uses research and development methodology (R and D) by adopting the Borg and Gall model in collaboration with the Step of System Approach Dick and Carey Model of Educational R&D and the development model by Lee & Owen. The results of the development of this learning model determined by the formative evaluation of expert judgment that the learning model is excellent, then in the ono-to-one evaluation with three students getting a score of 4.62 on a scale of 1-5 so that facial care learning materials using augmented reality applications are suitable for use in facial care courses. The small group evaluation was carried out on nine students and got an average score of 4.69 meaning that the learning material was suitable for use, then in the Field Trial evaluation was carried out on 30 students and got an average score of 4.74 so that it can be concluded that the learning material is outstanding. The results of testing the effectiveness of facial care learning models using augmented reality applications can be seen from the results of the student's pretest and posttest to determine the level of knowledge, based on the average pretest and posttest scores of 63 and 87 respectively. From the average pretest and posttest, it is known that there is an increase. Then continued with the t-test, the results of the t-test are known t-count of 22.480 and t-table of 2.045. Because t-count > t-table, it explains a significant increase in the average learning outcomes before and after learning facial skin care using augmented reality applications. This study results based on research that Augmented reality can improve visualization skills in abstract things or unclear material in facial care learning with a focus on facial skin anatomy, facial skin structure, and facial skin diseases. Augmented Reality (AR) media is designed to simulate observing the mechanism of skin regeneration, the process of acne, and the healing of skin diseases.

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