DEVELOPING ISLAMIC PHYSICS MATERIAL USING ADDIE MODEL BASED ON CURRICULUM PERSPECTIVE
Recently, many physics books have been developed for Senior High Schools. However, physics books based on Islamic values are rarely developed. Therefore, this research wants to develop an Islamic physics book as enrichment material using a systematic and systemic approach of ADDIE model (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation). In developing these lesson materials, five physics teachers and five physics lecturers, as well as 20 senior high school students were involved. In the analysis phase, the researcher used self-evaluation to ensure the appropriateness of the analysis. In addition, researchers also use expert appraisal on prototypes I and II. After the try out, the teacher interviewed the potential users of the lesson materials and also distributed questionnaires to the students. The results of basic competency analysis (KD), national education goals, local contents, and other results are used for the design phase. In this phase, prototype I was developed in the form of a table of contents, and then prototype II was developed in the form of a number of chapters involving one religion lecturer. Furthermore, these chapters were tried out to see how far the developed book was practically used. In the final phase, the researcher evaluates the results of the development book in terms of validity, practicality, and effectiveness. The results show that the lesson material is valid because it contains up-to-date material, has important components as a learning material, and its components are strongly linked with each other. Meanwhile, its practicality shows that the book is easy to use in the teaching and learning process. The lesson material is also very effectively used in learning physics. In conclusion, using the ADDIE model improves the quality of the lesson material.
Keywords: Islamic-based physics, lesson materials, ADDIE model, curriculum, teacher lecturer collaboration