The Effectiveness of Developing Diving Basic Teaching Materials in Improving Basic Diving Knowledge and Skills for Students at the Faculty Sports Science, Yogyakarta State University

Muhamad Nanang Solikhin, Sumaryanti Sumaryanti, Hedi Ardiyanto H


This study aims to examine the effectiveness of the basic teaching materials for diving which are used to improve the knowledge and basic skills of sports students at the Faculty of Sports Science, Yogyakarta State University. This research was compiled based on theoretical studies related to the results of the development of basic diving teaching materials to improve the knowledge and basic sports skills of the students of the Faculty of Sports Science, Yogyakarta State University. This research is a quantitative observational study by collecting qualitative data through direct observation in the field or research environment with an instrument for assessing basic diving knowledge and skills. This research takes place in the Yogyakarta State University Swimming Pool. The research sample in this research was carried out by purposive sampling with the sample criteria being students of the Faculty of Sports Science who mastered swimming skills in at least 2 swimming styles, consisting of 10 people. The research data were analyzed by Likert 5 scale method. Test the validity and reliability of the instrument for assessing the basic knowledge and skills of diving, with a validity value of 0.875 to 0.958 \geq V table 0.79, and the overall Cronbach's Alpha test results on test subjects were in the range (0.799 to 0.975) > 0, 60 then the questionnaire or questionnaire is declared reliable or consistent. The results of the comparison of the average pre-test and post-test gains were converted into the interpretation of gain values (Hake, 1998), to show the value of 0.856 0.7, which means that the teaching material product has a high influence on increasing basic diving knowledge and skills in the test subject group.


Teaching Materials; Sport Diving; Basic Skills

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