Development of Mobile Educational Game of Economics

Indah Rahayu Kurniasari, Baedhowi Baedhowi, Albertus Maqnus Soesilo


Along the rapid development of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), learning media are required to undergo renewal. Innovation of learning media that combines modern technology is needed to improve the effectiveness of learning. The research is a Research and Development (R&D). The product result of this research is mobile educational game of economics. This research aims to determine the feasibility of mobile educational game of economics. Media feasibility was assessed based on the results of media-use response questionnaires that given to experts and students. Expert validation result showed that mobile educational game of economics achieved very good judgment. The assessment questionnaires result from the student also stated that the quality and effectiveness of mobile educational game of economics were very good. So, the research concluded that mobile educational game of economics worthy to be used as a media of economics learning.


Educational Game; Economics; Mobile Learning

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