1. LEARNING SOCIAL SCIENCES NATURAL DISASTERS TO INCREASE STUDENT LEARNING MOTIVATION BASED ON ANIMATED VIDEO MEDIA AT SDN LAMSAYEUN
The differences that the Lamsayeun Elementary School students have in their mindset, imagination, supposition, and their work require the teacher to choose creative learning designs before delivering material to students so that they can provide opportunities and freedom to be creative on an ongoing and sustainable basis. Students have various types of potential, character, and needs in learning. Teachers need various skills, especially in managing the learning process. The teaching and learning approach at SDN Lamsayeun only relies on conventional methods which results in children looking less enthusiastic and less involved in the learning process. Therefore, the researcher tries to introduce a simulation model based on video-animation media because it provides opportunities for students to participate directly with other students and generate new ideas with the aim of improving student learning outcomes. SDN Lamsayeun became the place of this research. Therefore, the purpose of writing this article is to describe social science learning natural disasters to increase student learning motivation based on animated video media at SDN Lamsayeun. The method used is descriptive qualitative. In this study, the researcher relied on the researcher's observation to collect data through direct observation in the field. In the sense that researchers do not participate in these activities, then the observations are passive participatory observations (passive participation). SDN Lamsayeun students were used as research subjects. The research data is a learning process based on video media. The results showed that the use of video-animation-based simulation models at SDN Lamsayeun in learning about earthquake natural disaster mitigation can improve student learning outcomes.
Keywords: IPS, Motivation, Animation Videos