KEEFEKTIFAN ALAT BANTU AJAR LOW-COST PADA PEMBELAJARAN KLINIS AKDR

KEEFEKTIFAN ALAT BANTU AJAR LOW-COST PADA PEMBELAJARAN KLINIS AKDR

  • Sandra G.J. Tombokan Poltekkes Kemenkes Manado

Abstract

Alat bantu ajar dalam pembelajaran klinis di pendidikan kebidanan sangatlah dibutuhkan. Namun demikian, tidak semua alat yang dibuat dan dijual di pasaran memenuhi standar mutu ‘low-cost’. Alat bantu ajar pemasangan dan pelepasan AKDR sudah dibuat oleh JM Metha dengan memodifikasi alat yang sudah dijual bebas untuk kepentingan pembelajaran klinis yang disebut sebelumnya. Oleh karena itu, penelitian ini dimaksudkan untuk membuktikan bahwa alat ‘Metha’ tersebut memenuhi tiga kriteria alat bantu ajar ‘realistis, awet, dan murah’ selain ‘aman’ karena terbuat dari bahan kain yang tidak membahayakan..

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The Southeast Asian Journal of Midwifery
Published
2018-08-26