The Effect of Animation Video as Educational Media on Student Preparedness in Facing Earthquake Disasters

I Wayan Sukawana, Ni Made Juniari, Ni Komang Yuni Andriani, I Made Sukarja, V.M. Endang S.P Rahayu, I Gusti Ayu Ari Rasdini


Based on data released by the United Nations International Strategy for Disaster (UNICEF), as many as 60% of children in the world are victims of natural disasters. This is a serious problem because in the next 10-20 years the disaster's impact will affect the child's physical condition and psychology.  According to Indonesian schools, data shows that 75% of school locations are in disaster-prone areas. This study aimed to determine the effect of providing education with animated video media on the preparedness of elementary school students in facing earthquake disasters. This research used a Pre-Experimental design with one-group pre-post design. The number of samples was 30 people. Data was collected with the interview method using a dichotomy question questionnaire with 20 question items. Each parameter's index in disaster preparedness uses a standard formula developed by LIPI-UNESCO/ISDR. The statistical analysis used was paired t-test statistic test. The results of the study showed that the preparedness of elementary school students before being given education for animated video media was at an average of 52,40 and after being given education was at an average of 82,00. This research found there was an effect of education with animated video media on the preparedness of elementary school students in facing earthquake disasters with the results of a p-value = 0,000. It can be concluded that there is a significant influence on providing education with animated videos on the preparedness of elementary school children in facing earthquake disasters

Keywords: animated video, earthquake disaster, preparedness, media education

DOI: 10.7176/JHMN/105-07

Publication date: January 31st 2023

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