The development of flash-based physics learning media
This study aims to produce Flash-based physics learning media, knowing the feasibility of Flash-based physics learning media on the subject of Newton's Laws. Type of research and development. The product development model adapting the ADDIE development model developed by Lee & Owens (2004) consists of analysis, design, development and implementation, evaluation. The feasibility of learning media involves 2 media experts, 2 material experts, 5 students on small group trials, and 22 students of grade VIII on field trials. Data analysis technique used in this research is descriptive. The results of this study are: To produce Flash-based physics learning media products. Knowing the feasibility of instructional media, resulting in a mean total score of 4.14 in the eligible category. The material expert's eligibility earned an average total score of 3.73 in the eligible category. The results of the assessment by the students resulted in 40% of students declared this learning media in the category very feasible, 60% of other students in the eligible category. 22 students resulted in 64% of students declared in a very viable category, 36% of other students were in a decent category. Thus, Flash-based physics learning media can be applied in the learning process.